The Clever Dummies Podcast
The Clever Dummies Podcast

Episode 3 · 1 year ago

The CDP // Ep3: The Mind "What's on your mind"

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

The mind is the greatest tool we have and we can use it to make us, or it will destroy us for sure.

Maybe Wan to have U Freef the ClemerDummyes podcast Imour host lucky joined, as always by my best man and best mate,Mr Annik, how you going today, you bloody crazy man, interesting fact,togeter make a lot of people might not know he's actually currently on aworking bazer in Australia. So how's hat going Ma, we good br, pretty good, I would saythose accusitions Ar folled. So I'm going to deny thoe tes rigt a Soyeah,that's very legally corrector! You might say now I'm pretdy for that oce.I denied those acquisitions. Without my legal advicers, yeah witout, your lowaren how's, You da bin Ma yeah, Ihav, verygood man. I had another day off work today, which is good sort of God like athree day log o weekend, which is nice, as you know, like working sort of youknow pretty busy days. For me, I work you know. One of my jobs is in retail,so this Christmas pield was like really busy. I did probably you know- tend fifteensort of Twelv fouren sixteen hou days. So it's really nice this year, sort offocusing back of my health. It was actually kind of a funny thinglike what having a discussion in the gym today. You know everyone kind oftalking about how you know they're coming back and everyone sort ofs stilltrying to get their fines back up. But you know I've gained a few killers hereof they I'm actually three killers lighter than I was before Christmas.You know I velly pretty good, but it took a couple of weeks of just comingback on Diet and back in that sort of way of thinking so yeah. It has beengood. You know what, when you work like it's, you know you need to make themoney, but it is nice to sort of have a few days off and I saw Thi just trainetoday to a little bit of Uni work. We had a you know quite a bit ofdiscussion about the podcast today and got some really good, foodback offs andlove ones. andsome friends, you know that a really appreciate what we'redoing so. That's always good. It's like a nice little pep of motivation, butyeah, just o Shour da and yea w. We all need those sort of wrestler recoverdays. That's my favorite, sometimes just not too many of them in a row.Yeah, that's right! That's right and, and I was checking ouar status well orNU, potify stats, an we all on Spotifye, that's Prett! THAT'S PRETTY CRAZY! It'spretty good and they're all positive states as well, so they all lookingyeah. So it's good little motivation to keep going, which is good. That's allit is! Isn't it once you get into the motion, and you know it's all just sort of keeps on building yeah, that's right, and but that's whatwe distinguish very quickly like weere doing this for ourselves and more ofyou know a task and something that we felt like we could check off our bucketlist and then, obviously you know the way our brains work. Is We're not justgoing to do something? How farus like we'R, going to try our best and get asmuch exposure and get as many people listening and Tryin to make out. Youknow our podcast as good as it can be so yeah. Well, that's IEAH and it'salways be fundition yeah. That's exactly right like we're enjoying itand I think it comes across there, we're enjoying it we're actuallywanting to do it. So I think that's, that's so important for what we'redoing well. This is our third episode in a week, Wetra itdongethos Ta to people all right. Now,that's it from zero to a hundred. That's what I say yeah! That's that allit is a zero to hundred. Did you know where the world podcast game from no,like the actual word, yeah now were Dropson, he wes n. We learnt this. Theword podcast comes from palled as in Ipud that I put that used to store awhole bunch of songs that that hundred Sixty Geig, I put chamber the one little fat, one yeah,the Min was like sixteen. SO THAT'S WICUL! No, there used to be a hundredsixty yeargo. It is to be a hundred sixty gig. I pod and e used to be onewith the W like a ll white screen and it was like a little fat one, that'swhere it comes from, because that was the first ever mobile device to hold capacity todownload programs on to it so yeah right, Yeh Ye and that was pured acoasnames. That's right. The cast came the world game from broadcast so port. Ipordcaster the word that the first ever word was used as a APP on that devicecalled podcast. That's where it comes from yeah. I mean how good were apple. Twoat that time, like it's easiyr to look back and I've actually watched theoriginal interview with Steve Jobs, not interviewes like a s almost like a Tedtalk that he gaye when they first were bringing out the iphone and obviouslyipot was pretty iphone, but like so many things that th t that were beforetheir time they did and the ipod was one of those things. And now it's likeeven big media companies are doing. You know a force to do podcast because it'sjust the best way to consume media, and you know you can do it anywhere andanywhere and the things that I like the...

...most is us like: inedited Rall, likeyou're, not getting a hundred different ads and you're, not getting you know,producers spraying interviews like, and it's so awesome to see it come fromsomething as simple as that as the ipod that we used to listen to our musicfrom and then sort of develop into the our phones we have now so yeah, it'spretty pretty awesome. Well, that's it! That's it and I think the one of thebest things about podcast is the fact that you, it's Easye. Special people drive alot and it's always been mobile. Going mobile is just benefit like you know,you're driving for a long distance, let's say know you can listen to apodcast and ther's non example is AF. Justafter Christmas, I drove up to Sydney and from Melbourne, which is how adrive is that it's roughly ten hours, you know Obbous SA look. Google mapswill tell you it's nine hours, but it's not because y. You cannot drivestraight for nine hours and when you stop, when you stop pulling, let's saya minute or even less sa you stor. Let's say you stop for five minutesthat five minute isn't just isn't just cutting. You know adding five minutesto your total time. It's adding five minutes, plus the time plus Ha distant,that you would have travelled in the five minutes that if you were on theroad, Oh yeah, so it's like on top of five minutes of pure time like which iscalculated. I guess through you know the speed you'r traveling if you're onhighway and everything else, but it's also you kind of add the time that youwould have travelled anyway. So it's almost like double. So, if you's topfor five, you really it's more than double yeah, it's more than double butyeah, so that I think that's something people never think about, because everytime I drive the local to you know it's nine hundred cometers. So you should beDon Lugate, always like well, no because Pirst O fall af to fill up yeahyour, not a robot you're, not driving a trafic and has for hundedines like Sicars. But there's like three leaders of pitcture right. Youcould fill up a way. Well, that's it! And so you know I hadso. I had nine hours, often I wars of driving, so what I did was and I'm going to plugthis pordcast again, and I promise that we're not getting any money from them.Erany sort of FININC Yaur help, but I'm serial listening to them their seasonto yeah. It's brilliant season to was about this military personnel ine fast inAghanistan who sort of walked out of his walked out of his. You know, base andended up getting good nap by the talebands in Afghanistan and it's a phenomenal story and how heended up going back to America. He was American soldier Yeph and he got in alot of trouble for walking out but yeah. He was in captivity for five years:Crazy, crazy, truth, row so check it out. Cereal Yeah, the serial podcast,is Brian. Its like AFO is Thamerican life rited by Syracanic, she's,beautiful, yeah and you've got like you've got the professionalism and, ifyougot the production of like a high quality, you know typically media production liketelevision or or radio, but it's like done through a podcast Plat, that'sright. It just very well done yeah, yeah, very well De, very good they're,one of the most popular for a reason right and most of the podcast are likeconversational and it's like you know, a certain person like Joe Reagans, theguy that I listend to probably the most yeahyou know he MiG backto. That'swhere all my information comes from now days, Lik o actually talking from myown heditall rom him. But you know one week, one episode wo have like anutrition expert. The next Holl have someone that you know has their degreein like physics and then someone whos, bro Scins, and then you have somecometdiangs and like you'll, get a full spectrum but like you've, Never Yoyo reMusedon, the yeah and then they on musk wol. Just you know: Addi his stock willdrop eighty percent because he smokes a little bit of weed and then you know,two weeks later, he drops like tha. Have you seen like the latest testler like tank, the Basi coming upwith like a fucking, TAK yeah, yeah? Well, elegeis he's a genius he's. Youknow he's just brilliant he's, one of those most, I think, he's probably themost brilliant mind of our of our generation. Well, not Juwe, wouldit',ourcentury, yeah he's out he's our eyes ar an like hes all those people that weread about in textbooks. Like that's Gonow, that's what our kids are goingto be reading and talking about is Elon mask an those sort of and definitelysteve jobs to itwause. You know him and himself. Apple Tae has changed theplanet and Youare speaking of just O seg way out. You're speakingback about Google maps, an that sort of thing apple have actually launchedtheir own sort of map system and theyre still in the early stage, ers still apretty good function, but I in couff's harbor. I actually saw a car drivingaround with apple maps. You know wit so Highwa I saw them o Ias as well.They're doing a lot, then they're trying to cover a lot of ground veryquickly, yeah and like the way Google...

...maps is brilliant in terms of how longyou know, traffic and everything else, but that it's still a third party,that's linked up through a phone like if apple can really get there. TheirShit SORTOF, which obviously they're going to do it and they're Gointo Doimean like yeah. If you have a system, unless, unless you have android, thenyeah gogonend or then get an apple, so you'll be right. T that Jackit all right! Well, you know, if you haveSOM, you want to download the original podcast APB and you know you would needan apple. So yes, as podcasters I feel like we have to be apple supporterbecause they came up with podcast yeah they did. I did, but now Google yea thesystem, actual application- you know were going deep in technology now, butI still think you know. Android phones are better in terms of USABILITY andease of use, but it just like anything if you're familiar with apple, likethat's the easiest thing to use and they integrate so well with so manydifferent platforms and so many different applications of each of theirown. But I like a lot of people, look at technology and they're, worried andscared about it and it's like unknown, but I'm excited by it. Like I like howyou know how awesome I things ar going to get and there's still things to becareful with like datha sharing and that sort of thing, and that was sortof a big thing that came out of the last. You know two thousand an nineteenone of the biggest stories of twousand and nineteen was, you know all thedifferent platforms that had to change their. You know t the Galities andeverything else in terms of Dola sharing, but I think for the most partlike some of the some of the advances in technology and things that we takefor granted now and we don't have like Google maps like even five year. Fiveyears ago, like Google maps was like Yous, you were still better off havingan NAV man and now, if you've got on, have men like you know, you're,probably an old man or a truck driver or you don't have a phone like it'syeah, pretty crazy to see the acceleration of that sort of technology.Are we getting into technology today? This episode, Oh, I think we're justrolling off the tongue brother we're just doing ot, because if we are IMI'mready to get into business, talk and technology talk yeah. Well, that's justa cind of worm. Tay said now. I think we can. We can do whatever you'refeeling like Nex next next episode. Let's do that technology. I anfluenceof Teoogy State Shit, baby episode, Otatug Ma Episode, bfor. So that's alittle Ciller at's, that's a little triller for our episode. pull theinfluence of technology and media yeah. Let's do that yeahat's good,that's good, O! Well, so we got to do a little bit of acontinuation continuation from our lat last episode of the podcast yeah and I felt like and you I'm sure you did-do we rin out o time. I feel not that there was any limit. We justdan't skil bit crazy yeah, that's right and you can talk in circles and I thinkalso reheading and kind of refocusing helps us do that, but obviously oursecond episode, which is live on spotify now we've got it on instagramand you can go directly through spotify or you can look at our website, whichis zero media come OWDOF. You Ford, slash CDP in our episode. Two wastitled Health and Fitness. Let's get moving. We talked a lot about action inthe first episode, but it was really based on you know physical activity andkind of those sort of aspects that are going to help you everyday life. So Ithink we're on to a good team now so yeah. I think we keep going that andyou know we let it go. We let it go hower it goeds. Could what did you say? What's that youcouldn't hear me? No, I didn't heed. Last bigtyusaid, okay, now I'm justsaying w. We just keep rolling how wer roller yeah for sure for sure hundredpercent. So I think let's get back into and I think we spoke about the benefitsof fitness and that and that's what and I kept onsaying over and over again that we were merely scratching thesurface and- and I think what we missed out onthe last episode is sort of talking about the impact that it had on ourlives, more so as to the general generalbenefits of Health and pitness yeah relating it to Wuce like yeah yeahyeah. So I think so which maybe I feel like this is more of an indulgementepisode as well. If you will, but you know it's more of a fun episode, Isuppose we will talk about the impact Ed head on us and you know wwhy weel strongly recommend toeveryone, perhaps yeah, why it's been such an integoral part of our lives andwhy continues to be a passionate part of our livesto and we're able to talkabout it for so much El, so often so yeah? That's it did you drender it yeah.I certainly did so this morning. I did. I did what we call it. The Our forcegym shall at to our force and COSHABA. So we do a double up, so we generallyhad three classes in the morning and two to three classes at night and thenthe classes are quite intense, theyre fortyfor. They go for forty fiveminutes in length, but basically it's...

...eve. It's even mor tight, which is similarto it's like kickboxing, my Tis, nicknamed the art of eight limbs. Soit's got nees and elbows included, but we do focus on boxing, keep boxingmovement and everything else in between so itslike. It's a really it's a great way to be physically fit because you're doingsomething different in each exercise, but yeah we did it. I did a two doubleups today. So in the morning seven and eight o'clock, I did two classes andthen tonight I did pu two classes and I use the old Apple Watch. Buckang lovethe Apple Watch and I easily burn over a thousand calories and we're talkingabout before the show, like kind of me, replenishing that you know eatingenough food now because I've, you know, I've decided to- and it's been a whilenow, but I've starting to eat really healthfully like it's actually can besometimes difficult to make sure you're eating enough of the right foods. Eachday like you could go to fast food, you can eat poor quality foon and you caneat a lot of calories really quickly because the food is now genelicallymade for the most part and it's you know high and calories high, aneditives, high and sugars but yeah. I spent sort of two hoursdoing ki boxing today and to I was doing like innibale training andthere's nothing. Quite like it because you're getting your heart rate up,you're, sweating profusely, but you're also learning a new art form to whenyou're kind of drilling some technique, and I think, as I spoke about the lastepisode like that aspect of technical development, is what sort of motivatedme and yeah. It was just great it sort ofsaid the platform for today, and even though I didn't do a lot in terms ofwork or everything else, it was a really good day because emotionally Iwas in a really good state because of my training and that's one thing that Icontinue to the benefits I continue to reap from training is like theemotional comfort or just a better feeling. You have you have more energythroughout the day and it's just a bleed on effectin to everything else.You have more energy in all ouve areas. That's it absolutely one hundredpercent. What about yourself? Did you tran mother? I did. I did to little bitof a story. You know as well. It's not a storyis preblake to be honest, butI'm Goinna tell the my story anyway. So I woke up this morning and roughlyat normally a wake up at SI forty five ishor just before six right today, I woke upa as I do at tick. Forty, five and dund off my alarm and I was about to get offand I sort of you know dressed in my head for a second one of the worstmistakes anyone can make ever you know we on put your head down the Lon tapyeah Y, like I'm gonna, get up just one more second and his never one more.Second, next thing, you know I wake up at eight o'clock and you know I was. Iwas pretty committed to go to the gym and you know I hit up Teren. So I saidyou know. Tenense is one of my best friends, I suppose for people who don'tknow yeah the GI, tes man of many talents,the old tesert I hit him mo O, say he's you know in the Middle East right nowyou know purshuing his passion of ready, the good word, so he just does't all man. You can just know the never. That EAH is in the Middle East at themoment. Yeah Maye, that's the last thing I heard, but he could he could bein Russia, like I don't know he's just everywhere. That's right he's just oneof those people. You know he flies around the wood, crazy man, but yeah. So ICAL MAPACELA's go to thegym and he goes you've been going to Gim pretty muchevery day. Just stick a deal, and at that point I was you know I was readyto take any suggestion and I did I was- and I was like yeah well guess- he'sright not going to go to Tam, so I didn't go to gym in the morning lateron, I went to work. The usual borkstaff and had bit of Woll did all the work side of thingsand dealt with few items where two ere sortof irritating me- and you know, stress reduction- is also a big thing. So I'vebeen also constantly consciously working on that as well, because youknow stress stress, also has an impact rom where your physical capabilitieslies Walso, if youre feeling stress all the time. It's not so much a is that is, trans ismore so something that's bugging me right and you know Mi just want to getit off my place. I wouldn't call this stress, but it's just something. That'sbugging me because I have to worry about it anyway. So later on the day came finish, work camehome and had a solid chess session and thendynamic stretches did some self pace yoga. I guess which is one, that's the story. So what do you do? What do you mean interms of selfpace Yogu, so you'r you're, just like doing active, warmup, you're,just sort of loosening your body up a this is after after my workout to IAW. I just did some so like Dona Mc Yogu stretches andthase kind of stuff,...

...jus good to Getget, get the body movingstaring to stretch the must out really s: Obroko Actua, yeah, nice and notoverly intent, but you still did something and that's one thing. I knowI have to constantly be working soars like you're. Always thinking about youknow how strong I can get o health. Yet I can get what weight. I can move, butif you're not allowing your body to recover and you're not, you know whatstretching really does. Is it sort of just loosens everything up? Obviously, butit primes your body and get somebody ready to go and allows your body torecover quickly. So I feel like now like up in cops harbor like I guess,the only real negative downside of it is thirs. You know, resources arelimited in certain areas and there's just like less places to do things sothere's less places to do yoga and there's less times available and thosetimes generally clash with my main, you know my main times that I work out at,but that's one thing: that's one thing in this new year that I really want towork on is like range emotion, flexibility, and it doesn't have to beanything too major. It's just like constantly, knowing that I need astretch. Even ten twenty minutes a day. That's like a little goal upset tomyself is like stretchd for twenty minutes today, and by doing that I knowI'm like getting it's Gon, I'm going Ta get better at it, because twentyminutes isn't a lot of time and it's enough to get your body ready to go so yeah. It's cool that way. It's sort offocusing on that tame thing. I GUESS! Well, that's it! That's it and that's what it's all about. Youknow trying to get that trying to get that mind, muscle connection going aswell and you know get stretching, and you know, there's obviously thereissome immense benefits of Yoguyas well and, to be honest, I'm going to admittruthfully that I've never done yoga. I know. Actually I have. I did one classback in the dayis a very long time ago, someone there was a girl that I was youknow talking to at the time and she sort of calned me into doing it, and I did it was good, but you know I haven't done it and no'really considering doing it because, as I said, I want greater range ofmovement and you know want all the benefits that come along with it. Youknow it's just one of those things that it's just good o I mean it increasesflexibility. You know I increases even in chresis muscles, you know musclestrength and proves your you know energy flow andall that those kind of stuff as well now helps you breathe better. So justjust a good good thing to do, I suppose yeah it's agood supportive act. You know with the main Boallis like you don' it you knowwhatnot. I don't know like this selling to thatlifestyle of you know being yoga being a Mangol and everything else, and ifyou know it's probably a good way to start for a lot of people but we'remore action. People, I think, we're out you know our interest is always inhigher intensity like more performance based Trabel that I think weuse theseother things to help support that. Then everything gets better. Just likeeating well like it supports everything else. Well, it's different lifestylesbased on what peope you know if these aspect of your guys Sall, verycommercialized ride and which is another marketing episode, isn't it I'mpretty sure there's a whole episode in terms of Marketing and advertising? Ishe fact that it has on people? And you know all that kind of that kindof ideology? So I really think a to episode in there, but yeah culd yoayswere very much commercialized. I mean it's great for what it is. It's greatfor you know like the things that I just lisenwer sing his great forflexibility. Great, for you know your respyratory systems and all all thoseitems, great, you know, increases blood flow, it's brilliant, and but it has become one of those thingswhere you know people do it for the for the you know, you seem cool right, yeah, it's like you're part of a club.You're part of a club, I suppose, which is sort of like that with the you know,mmma or memeor. You know, keep boxing but yeah.It's definitely often yogis a little bit more dushbaggyi'm gonnasay isI'oayt Ai'tell you. They were Vega in the first ten seconds of well, that'sLOI'm not- and I just I just listed the benefits of yoga so but I'm stillsaying they are people who you know do it and then they want the bragin rightswith it and then Yeah Til, your Bordet. You know thiss th, there's actually astory which is really interesting. There was this one dame so D, I havebeen reswele for the past past year and a half I've been gone, maybe yeah pastyear and a half I've been consciously trying to get into meditation Eah, often because so one of theproblems that I suppose is still in...

...part of the topic of bellness right. Soone of the problems that I find is I I have a you know my brains verycollucted, all the time so ways givg new ideas. You know if I was to talk about it: Do' Go. Thisis how it work by so youll. Be There Ol right, you know, I'm hanging out, youknow doing whore doing work DII. You know what, if I was to do that. What would then happen you know. Isthis random post that I would have so I find it. I've been. You know, trying tomeditate just to help a little bit. So I can, you know, be more conscious andyou know be able to be more ipresent and do all sort of things around wasI've been you know, doing some meditation and this beneficial some ofit is really good. There's is vishon Vishon Lakiana. I think this isIM. He's on Youtubehe's got a six phase, meditation God idmeditation isbrilliant. So if you want to check out, meritation is good. It sort of good toset it intentions. ofter you day to come, so it's brilliant this, so sothere, as is one time I was at at a beach which is not far from my house, Iwas atat a beach just meditating right. So this guy cameup to me and he stood in front of me until I opened my eyes and he says e abatis was he there withDogin for you or one he's jus tending who's setding, but I have to admit hisshorts were very, very, very short: Yeah, like yeah. There was o make, butthere was a little bit o Chak Out, Ono yeah, yeah and like he wasn't, you know I wasn't. I wasn'tfreaked out, but I was like annoyed obbousy. I was like manlike. Why areyou standing right in front of me where's? You know you blocking my beachview. First of all, you know, and then it was just it's just awkward. You knowso I was like. Why are you doing that anyway? So later he sits down next tome and then he starts talking to me about how important you know or he seesthem into meditation. I'm like Yeah I've been sort of giving the go. Youknow just dabbling, he goes. He goes, yeah you're not really doingit right, I'm like and then at this point I'm already triggered like youknow, I yeah. I'm redy doianhd with I rih all the meditation I had just done justto you, know, cam myself down and you know, being a relaxed ate all going outof the window because I'm ready to beat the shit out of this guy. You know I'mlike I'm, going to put you through a war, but even though there's no war I'mgoing to do something to you anway it keeps going about how I'm notdoing it right, because you know a my, my pawse, which is called the HalfLotus, that I'm only doing the half Lotis in the FULLO. This is the onethat I should be doing so I was like man wha. Why are you stilltolking to me der Estand? What's going on anyway? So he goes and then he goesinto. He goes walk with me to the beach I'm like. No thanks is Gonta se Har O bit, and then he andthen he goes into how important you guys and he was into boy building andhe did he goes Jorin do any sports, and at this point I'm thinking to my head,I'm like okay. This is a good opportunity to blag that I can beat theshit out of him. I'm like yeah, I do mix Muho mix, so I sayit Workin I'll be woring. My elbows right and Ibing a Siat, so he goes e could see that I lift as well. You know I go tothe gym, so it's pretty obvious. So then he goes. He goes. You know heneeds dime he's done, miked marsial ar so he's done, cong fo and he's done.You know he's done, woit lifting his six back ABS and you know the mostamountof benefithe ever found was from Yoka and he just reached a whole notherlevel of level of winess and now he's now. His walk iswhat he said to me and he said I should probably stop going. I shouldystopgoing to the gym and stop medaging wrongfully and start joining Yoga, andhe insisted that I take his number and come joining for yoga, so ye payhimasthy subscription for you, monthles is Giptur. So that's a story. I'm notsure what was happening there, but I was really goodonfused, but assure you I was you know. I was at my full Gord.I had my guard position already: Yoere thefotstates, I'm a FIHT stendsradiose right to I had my waitdress for going on. For you know my Woi Tran. It was all that yeah, it's all happened. What happened like he sort of just likewell like allright goodbye, your Ni, so no, no, he din't he stayd there and hekept em talking and then I had to say look I have to go so yeah thatis yeah its funny, becauseyou find those strange sort of people in all warks on life and like it. Maybehe fought like he was doing the right thing, but he was you know you have topart of fitness. As you have to guide people, you have to help people whatyou have to. Let people get to themselves right and I don't know- maybe he found youattractive. I ot know. Maybe he liked the way you looked at it an maybe he cuDon Wan, some of that that yeah.

If I now don't know it's a very in fact,e made me take his number down and I've actually got his number by Ford becauseheinsister than I I take his number dop, I wonder if I still an you numbers orone will give it out. No, we can stop there. You know what, what better than to readout your number on sporify right. That's, what way to get likedix will beshot or asses a bag will be wel have made it like will be successful, butnow there was a actually a little interesting point that you touched onbefore that and yeah anytime. You get people trying to sell something likeit's always like this, like a weird thing that comes along with it, butmeditation in itself, and people sort of have like that self image or thathave that picture in their head of what what meditation is in, like most mostreligions, most policisms talk about meditation in one form or another, andI think when you focus more on the physical positioning and everythingelse, like you kind of take I away from what it really is. But what it's reallyabout is sort of clearing your mind and allowing yourself to think and thinkclearly and get rid of all other distractions, but also work to get ridof the distractions in your life, and you know, that's kind of what prayer isin. The sense is like you're asking for something you want something to happenlike you want to get rid of of HOIC, but you're I'm doing in a way that youknow you want to do it in a meditative state, because you want to be free ofstress, and you know, that' kind of way sitting in that position is really goodbeing in a place of like Ati. What what do you do? WATAABACHS eally and it'sbeneficial yeah? Well, that's it! You know, because you've got more freshoxygen coming in. I think what meditation at least what it means to me,I'm just going to say that I'l say that litle bit, so I feel I feel like myoften meditation is very confused with in a fact that it has to be you clear,your head, you can't, I don't think, that's actually physically and in any way possible that you can't youcan actually clear you had you simply can't that's not possible, you know.How do you not think, like you know, Younen the act of not thinking isactually technically thinking. If that makes sense right. Yes, it's more, soit's more sospending extended period of time and astationary stationaryisposition right. So were you standing sitting or layingdown for extended period of time where you, where you are basically merely bystander or if you will or good greatanalogy of it would be. You know you see your thoughts go by like cars go bylike cars. If you were just sitting sitted sitting on side of the road- andyou know you see, you thought you acknowledge it, you know you saw thatthought and you let it go you don't. Do you don't dangle onto the thought? Youknow you don't indulge into the thought you know? So? U, normally your thoughtwould go something like that. You know if you, if you were hanging out andhave absolutely no stimuli which see that's also another thing big thing:Aboust meritation, because we have so much stimulant coming in you know yougo fones, you and everything is just you know it's the moment. You get boredand you jus start looking at your phone. You know so, if you're hanging outthere, you know just thinking about it, you have a thought, you know, let's say:Oh did I leave the ovher on right what you would normally Dois, O you'd gointo that thought and you dril into that thought. You know your drillingprocess would go something like this. You know. Oh did I leave the Abanon ormaybe I did you know. Who else leaves the other known? You know my you know. My friend leavesOuan on right. All the time fuck is us, come huntecoen anyway, yeah yeah, wait. I remember that onetime remember that one time he did that Dick move. So that's how our thoughtprocess would work right and E, and it's a loop like Hou just getget intoit, and it just doesn't stop so in Meditative State. You would acknowledgeit. You go okay, a you won't Dango on to it. You know: Youill go back to youranchor, which might be breathing right. You breathing is your anchor and payingyour full attention to your breavhing might be your anchor or you kno. Ifyou're listening to, if You'e at a beach you'd be listening to waves right,so you'd be listening out for the waves and that would be anchor you'd go backto that. I think that's what meditation is andbeing in that state. Long enough, you know your bla brains starts to learn tonot indulge into those thoughts as much because then you're, basically livingin a Mirag of you, know just thought if you keep doing that because youe eitherliving in the past or the future and you're not liaving in the present,because you know the only time Yourin whenever you in your head, you aie theliving in the past or the future, because the present is in the physicalword. That's the only thing that exists in the physical world. Everything elseis, you know mere storiesing of our...

...brain or Mirage yeah, exactly right and just like beingphysically active or anything like that, you, you know you do it for a shortperiod of time, but it's not mecessaaily about that state. Like youknow you might get trapped into thinking like Oh man. I have to getback into the state where I'm sort of thinking about nothing and being Zin,but you want that to kind of bleed into other areas of your life. So you knowyou might be having a stressful day at work and you can sort of lean on that lean on those principles. Like you know,we don't always have the time to you know we sitting in the Middle F. Hetraffic, it's probably not the best time to start meditating right, but youcould use those same principles and thought might come into your head. YouSelf, like ordered that thought like. Where did that thought Camrom? Why Dodthat thought come to my head and most of the time those thoughts just likedreams, don't make any sense like it sort of comes out of knowhere. Itdoesn't really mean a lot. You can let it go and then, if you keep having likerecurving foughts, maybe that's something you might needto address. Maybe it's suddhenly that you need to think about more and Ithink the practice of doing that will allow you to kind of take more control over what you thinkand you're not never going to stop the brain from thinking like that's kind ofthe beauty of it and also kind of e the You know the difficulty in the I guess,the downside of being stimulated highly stimulated and having a highlystimulated brave as you're always thinking, but if your blessing in hecursack distance yeah, that's right! If you can start working on it, then maybeyou might get to a stage where you know any time I thought crosses it crossesyour head. You can go okay. Where did that Fort come from? Is it a good?thlought is a bad thought. Why did that thought come up? Do I need or addresstat? Is it something I need to get rid of? What's it something I need todevelop and that kind of goes back to the principal talking about last timelike you can then go into a state where you go. Okay, do I need to se somethingiu need to work on is Tis, something I can control or is the something out ofmy control, and if it's something out of your control will like off it,because you literally have you know no control over it. It's really as simpleas that and yeah meditation doesn't have to be.Doesn't have to have this thing where, like you're, you're, applying a stigmato meditation, just like anything from you know previous experiences just likegoing into the gym and making that a scary place like most, you know mostpeople who go to the gym for a long time have removed that sort of thing.So I think if you can start thinking of that way, it'll help it'll help that aspect ofour life and I think that's in the world we live in in that highlystimulated world. That Yo know you spoke about. That is a really importantstrategy and I think the most benefit we can get from. We can get for meditating. Absolutely absolutely it's you think about how connected we are as a humans right andyou know we talk about ything. Last episode, we spoke a bit of the thefirst episode. We spoke a bit about how ouber generation, particularlymommillenials right, aren't very patient right, and why is that? You,yes, think about how instant everything is right, how it's just everything isjust so instant and there's no waiting process and there's no processingtheres, no processing time right. So you don't there's nomuch process happening. That's the thatse problem and everything is justso so quick and everything is justhappening, but nothing is really happening because all in the digitalrealm of things you know so people are consuming that Sooso for people, I'msure everyone knows what tick tock is right. So tic Tok is this new sort of like it's sort of a fusion between instagramsnapchattan twitter. If you will yeahno, it is fie and two point oun one yeso.Let me let me rea that soit's, a fusion between Instagram, fine, Youtube andsnapchect, and it's brilliant, because the way they set it up, you know yougot upo short videos in the way they set it up. All the NEWKIALL, the kidsare getting on it and it is in I this brage of content right, but the way itworks it. This is genius right, it's very smart. The way they designed itbecause keep in mind this thought people aren't making these APPs byaccident there. These are very well designed APPS that are designed to keepyou there as long as possible right. So the ABS ABS design, thedesign, is basically works off the besic human basic human action reward q cycle right.So basically, what the way it works is you know you look at a video and youknow and that's the Q as soon as the video ends. That's the Q. You knowaction. Is You swipe and you have an you: have a reward right and thit's.The next VIIO, which is sort of funny...

...and I'm not GOINGNA, lie IV spend like twenty five minutes on it. You know youjust twenty five to thirty minutes on it. You think about the fact that thosevideos are roughly fifteen second song. How many videos did I consume and howmany ads did I consume they, its just crazy and like what is what good isthat doing? For my mental health? You Know How am I feeling you know byseing byjust consuming this barage of content, which means absolutely nothing Isuppose, sort of entertaining and then again what is entertainment anymore?You know yeah and, and it just be like talking to or having you know, talkingto twenty different types of people at the same time and just having one afterthe other and indulging deep into it, and it is a great form of escapeand.I've actually found myself like I don't have a I don't K. I was going to say vine. Idon't have a Ticktockacat, I'm sure I will eventually, because our world ismoving towards it and it's going to become a you know. It's going to becomea it's just going to keep growing and it might stick around and I think it,facebook and instagram have done really good things, and that's why they've gotlonggebrity is because it's ther, you know, I guess their business model isbased more off that based off you know, you're able to have long, forneconversations and you're able to do other things. So you know who knows youknow vine or tick Tock, whatever it is, might always have a place and itusually will have a place just like really short commercials during youknow, TV shows like Bam, it's all all of a sudden there, but that's exactly right in yeah once you are aware of that, likeyou, don't necessarily not use it like you might use it even more, but youjust kind of have an understanding of what it is like. What what its designedto do. It's wasn't just made by accident. Wasn't just like some. Youknow wasn't just like a mark like a bit like facebook, just sort of created iton a small scale on it blow up like this was designed. Well, I'm sure, likeI don't know exactly whoweginaly I was originally it was designed to serve apurpose of you know communicating right and sharing Sultan counted betweenpeople. Now it doesn't stop the problem. What's theproblem there ry. So if Youare List Omeore listening, if Youe wonderinglike you know, what's the problem there right, you know if his Isnot for peopleto share content and speak to each other. The problem is the peoplerunning the platforms arn making money, that's the problem with the whole factright, and how do you make money so the facebook makes more. You know ifsomeone's out there would. You know, hasn't realized that yet tracepoo makestheir money out of two different areas of business. So thesmall income comes from Botl time incomes come from and selling ads, so add area. So youknow people obviously adverdise and they get their money from it. That'show faceboll make some of their money now facebookm also makes far bit ofmoney by from their investors as well, and thebiggest amount of money they make is selling data. So those are the areas, D and selling.Very. Very smart data, that's what they that's, how they make their money, so facebook is making more money more ATCC,and so they go they're going to keep you there right. But you know theproblem with that is social media. I'm look, I'm not going to say that peopleare getting worse where people are spending a lot of time in social mediabecause social medias, you know roping them in it's not like that. I thinkpeople always like that back in the days people are reading magazines. Idon't think no, I don't think anything is changed. I feel like people spentyou know, maybe this did spend less times now consuming magazine, Dara andall that stuff. But you know I don't think the concept has changed. I thinkit's just that people are consuming it's easiyer for people to consume. Now,because you know it's more accessible, that's right and yeah. It is the sameprinciples and we're just gotten bed rater than like technology, andeverything like we do live in a better world like there are plenty of things.Hou can poke holes at, but ultimately in terms of being able to get correctinformation and everything else that comes along with the techno logicalworld like we do live in a better world and things are getting more efficient.Things are getting better, it's just getting on Tha grand O scale.Now and you could you know you could resist that world as much as you can,but that's where the world is headed and we need to kind of accept thatthere's no going back like people are not going to turn away from their phone.So it's kind of using those things in more of all the Rei light andeverything else and having an understanding of how it works isprobably going to contribute to that I'd say: Well, that's it. So I think Ithink, the moral of this conversation, or not necessarily moral. What weretrying to get at. I suppose, when I'm trying at this Tatigatad is, you know,there's a place for meditation. An is a place for disconnecting, and it's it'sit's healthy for you, as you know, it's as healthy as going to the gym and it'sgood to have those moments and, like you were saying Lokan you had a daywhere you know you kind of hung out and...

...sort of disconected, and you know just didid you, you know mean and sort of hung out and it's good tohave those days, because how because we live in a reality where everything isjust just coming at you, you know yeah such a fast pace, then yeah. Well, that's it, like you know, that'sit and like we talked about, we always have to remember what our bodies andwhat our minds were designed to do, because you know M, even though our bodies are incredible ar brains,incredible, we adapt very quickly, but our boys and our minds were designed inyou know, design and adapted to a very boring and very blik times where wererunning away from animals, or you know, hunting for food, and you know, then wejust kind of hang out in a cape or perhaps you know just kind of hang out,or you know that was. That was a thing literally it and there was very singlerand that's what the focus was and there still these benefits tof, that, likesocial interaction and hanging out with your mate and doing things like that,but yeah the world is constantly involvingand it might be for better or might be for worse. I think it's for better,because humans, Ave, you know this one thing that most humans have in commonas that's improvement like they want to get better and various. Well, that's itand it's just marketing it's just kind of sals. It is those things in the endand it just turns out that the most efficient way to sell and BEA cready,even kind of have your outlet nowadays is like how many people, just like usdoing this podcast like not that long ago. This would not be a realise tofoption, like the only way that this would take places through a phone callbetween me and you. Now we have that tlecal to broadcast this sort of thing.For me an to people, I mean ecul technology, I so what whatwe've got hereis like I've got a microphone and a comlabtub that doeseverything right. So this is this stelio capabilities of like a SteOrstad of the art studio. You know, let's Dick Back Fifteen fifteen yearsright this. What we're doing here is high instudio capabilities, take back fifteen years, maybe twenty years, actually, notfifteen. Is it yet? Let's Stak back Tony Years Right, this is being able tocall someone and such have such clear, recording and all that kind of things.You know this is Stelo quaty. Our takeback ten years but yeah, Eei, M and yeah, and now it'srelaly readily available at our finger tips and yeah. That's I mean you canlook at it as a negative thing, but it's it's just another part of life andsomething that we've av to Doand, like the application we're using now torecord this is wouldn't have been available because of without thoseresources and with without people obstiatelyat looking to improve and getbetter at tain areas and yeah. So alloatly, it's yeah just likeeverything. It is about improvements about being more efficient and gettingbetter, but I guess to kind of link it all backwithout the old adage of Tibe spent by yourself in time spent in his en stateand time spent just focusing on yourself,like you're, just going to be stuck in this constant loop of stimulive you'regoing to be stuck in this constant loop of go, go go! So! If you can, I guessmanage that and look to Baancet a little bit better. It's only going tobe beneficial and it's only going to help at host. Overall, that's one areathat I probably need it would prove on more than anything is like having timeto myself and type to reflect because we live in such a state of likeconstant. You know constant goal, searching and getting better andimproving that if we just juggl everything and realize that things arehappening and like we don't have control out of it, so you just kind oflike it like what we just said like you just got to understand that we don'thave a control over it. Well, that's Itand, and I think, let's so know thislike what we're talking about this his again. Once again, this is a flown fromthe previous episodes. We are talking about health and wellness and fitness in that sense. This is this is reallyinteresting as well. So when we're talking about being disconnected- andyou know being having time to yourself- it's really good, because those are themoments that you have to set intent intentions as well right. So those arethe moments that you have to o now sit down. Maybe I don't know if that'swhere you make decisions right, that's off! Who the person you're going to be wuts next right and those areintentions setting times as well? So this is you kN W, even when youmeritate, I like what I was talking about previously Thereis, a gardedmeditation, where you know it's sort of the meritation takes you through offthis process of setting your you know, setting intention for the day to come.You know. Imagine your perfect day, you know what would you do from likeyou know and make it vivid like what would you do like how you know youdawould sat what time would you wake up...

...an well because you know e yeah, it'ssimple as this right. So, if you're going to sleep tonight and you have noplan, you have no plan for like you'r just winging tomorrow, in a sense whereyou say: Yeah you'll go to the gym, but you know you not. You haven't sat downlike you know. You just said to yourself just walking around year,you'll go to the gym tomorrow morning, but you haven't set down. You know youhaven't envisioned yourself going to the gym more. Like you know, you said, because invisioning and you knowvisualizing is a very, very strong, very strong. It has a very strong effect on youright in you'll. Probably if you sit at night and say all right, I'm in visualizing myself going to the gym,because you know that's what we do, but you do you know most. I would normallydo it or anyone else would do it to just like a very small for, like I like,Oh yeah, I'm going to Jym, so that was small visualization. That happened inyou had where you just did picture you Hav go in the gym,that's why you said it, but you didn't put enough intention into it. Youdidn't put enough focus or energy, and you know theol saying goes. You knowwhere your focus goes. Energy flows and you know where your energy goes. That'swhere the most amontof results and most amotof magic, apbens right. Yes, it wasa Breano wo say that again, but wherewherever your focus goes! That'swhere your energy flows and where your so tur, your energy, goes forgot an atright, yeah and that's great magic happens. Yeah. Now, that's so perfectbecause it yeah like we are. You know we do create our own realities and we might have lote people thatinfluence that and there might be certain people that decide our success in failure in the shortterm. But ultimately we are the YOU KN W. We othe people that decide where ourlife heads and, if you're, I guess, if you are constantly remind yourself of that and and yeahthat's breant- I mean I don't even know how to articulate it like. That isperfect. Where your energy goes. You know that's where sayit again Toha needed to se go, we you focus cous wit, energys slowseand where the energy is at, that's where the magic happens, Yep for betterO te, worse right, yeah Ye, you know for for better or worse, and the thing is it's: It's almost beautiful in a poetic in away where it's all about the inner game at the end of Theday. It's all aboutthe inner game. I meant, like you, think, about yeah. We talk about,you, know fitness and health. What are we really getting at at the moment?It's all. It's really all about the inner game, and you know giving you giving you the opportunity to setintention, and you know, drive your focus and energy at different places.Yeah andterrestid, yeah, yeah, morahealthy manner, healthy manner.Like you know these apart, you know, we talked about likehealth benefits of you know, training and fitness. They all good and whatwhat we kept onalso talking about in that we were scratching. The surface is this is afact is the fact that you have, you have focus and you can direcp yourfocus. That means your energy flows there and then magical thin things happen when youfocus on something Ou know when you can set intentions. You know if you setintentions to dud this year to this year. It's like visualized ritualizing right,so your brain can't tell the different between reality and visualization rightas to your subconscious can and that's a fact. So I'm not sure. Ifyou look, I don't know if you came across the study about they took ten participants and ten ofyou know, five of them actually worked out like worked out their bicyp girlsand the other five. Just merely immerely imagined, flexing right, working out right and the Activbyingthe yeah, the just so they mad they merely visualized, doing thebicyccles and believe it or not e they had they by there was an increasenoticed in Thei bicypis. Well, as the the group that worked out- and you know you can look that study upas well so which is what does that Dol us? You know that bysitting intentions, you know it is all about the inner game. You know byworking out by you know, having a better mental state. You know workingwhen you're indentionally working on your mental state and you o. If you want to achieve a lot,that's the way to go about it, isn't Loklan yeah, that's right because yeahnow, that's so true, because you're yea, as you said, where you're your, whereyour focus goes, your enty flowrs and yea yeah. When I, when I man for betterorf for worse like you, could- and things usually happen very quickly likeyou might the escalate very quickly,...

...our success might happen. Positivethings happen very quickly because your focus goes there and maybe a lot ofpeople have this idea that ther, you know, and it usually comes along withLazeness, and I know that for my own personalexperience that you feel like you can't achieve a lot but you're achievingthings every day I just mihmaybe, you spent a lot of your day, focusingthat's somthing, negative, so negative, just continue to grow and if you'refocusing on something positive sure the results. You know, your goals may takea longer time to come to fruition, but ultimately theydo appear and they do come in one various form or another. And your canyou like constantly develop in your constantly evolve in those ideas,because maybe something you wanted last year at this time in January, twothousad and Nineteen Genuary, two thousand an twenty doesn't exist, butif you're focus you know you if your focus is constantly about what you want it to be. Like a positive, maybe a positive improvement, whetherit's in your mental or physical health, then you will reach that stateeventually and that kind of goes back to your wire, like what we spoke aboutpreviously, like your wire, has to be more important than it has to be moresignificant, more powerful than the obviousicles that are going to come inyour way, but that really just links back to thepower of thought and the power of your mind that you know the might that'sultimately what separates us from you know. Animals and everything else isalbelated to atticulate, but also abiility to be rational and think andthink things through, and it just has to be a focus ondirecting it towards something positive and positive direction, and veryquickly, like things change very quickly, you cut people out of yourlife, or maybe you do things that and just these things reoll on and it just bleeds into every aspect ofyour life like it is physical health. That is your business. It is everythingelse, and that's Wuk and beautiful, like it's. Just like an eyeopeningthought that I'm even thinking of right now and I'm finding it difficult toquite articulate what you know, what I'm, but it's so spot on. It's so true right,like you, you are the Creator and you are the destiny like you, do createyour own destiny and other people's influence, though it might seemsignificant at one time or another. It's usually stressed that makes youbelieve it's more significant than the other. It's very minal like it usuallyis not as significant as you think, and if you believe one thing you can changea situation just in your own self beliek and then that belief leads intoactions and obothe actions is ultimately the thing that we you knowbuild upon, but it's it comes from within. Just like everything. Goodcomes from within everything, bad comes worth in, but the common elily is. Itcomes from within Tartit, five inuts, a deep. You know this Isi good es, actually aQot by. I think it was Henry Ford said that Yeah Yeah yeahmred that the courtsaid. I think it was something like I might be wrong. I think, but it willyou're the master of your soul, now you're the master of your fate andyou're, the captain of your soul and you in control of your earthly destiny, Wich, which is brilliant, and it sumsup everything you know you are in control of that, but you know what theincredible parties that, how much control that we have and how how wewill control it is all about that. You know setting intentions and you know realizing it's. You know putting yourfocus on something and then you know making it a reality, and it is boutwhat it is about your wire as well. You know O and your your way is settingintentions as well. Like you know, your intentions would drive from your Wy,but you know a great example of it is is a technical example. You know, have you ever, you know, haveyou ever bought a car, a new car right that you buy and then all of a sudden,you startseeing all those cars around? Yes, like every time I remember growingup, like my parents were Gettin Thei car yeah. So true, you, like these guys,didn't exist before and now they do and there's actually abrain. We have a brain, has a system for it's called reactory activationsyste re reaction. rective, I don't know exactly the name of my head: TheSCIENTIFI AIPOR, but yeah. It's a it's a function that happens in our brain that basicallycuts out of the bullshit that we don't want. You know our brain only allowsthat things that we agree with right: Yeah, eactionary, actiation, sound rigt,yeah, reactionary, activetition, yeah sosme, something like that. You know itfilter, it's a basically a filder. So what it does is you know? Let's say it doesn't you know our brain wouldexplode if it took Tok in everything waridat does it only allows theinformationthat were focusing right?...

Yeah, you know the focus on so when webuy a new car were focks. You know we know we take in that car and we goingto see that car. You know what was that say. It was that joke or the meme werefloating around. You know if you'd, if you don't, when you work away from yourcar and if you don't look at it, you Cardo Ouven have a car yeah. You know your Fokstn new car. What happens there is your focusment.An your brain is letding that in now, if you're setting intentions and youleading in negative negativity ride in a sensewhere you are, you know allowing negative focusing on the negativesighand. So many people do that always focus on negatives. Your brain is ongoing to Stak consistent with it, and what it's going to do is look fornegatives everywhere. Yes, you know just like the car, because you cookyeah you just like how your folks on that car, your brain, look for thosecars and foundit and funner for you. So you know in a situation where yourintentions are. You know, unconsciously right, because that's what I'm sayingyou know if you consciously set those intentions, you know the unconsciously.You intentions are if they said to negative Youre Goin to take in all thenegativity. You know, you're Goin to you, Gonno, you Gonto see everything for the negative office. Don't youwouldn't? You know lock, and I were actually talking about it. You knowbeing able to see the bright side of things. Yeah Yeah Yeah, which H H,which is brilliant. It's crazy loop! Isn't it hundred percent? It's beautiful that ifyou set you intentions to something positive thet, you will see all thepositives and that's the incredible things and you know I'm I want to useactually want to use an example here recently in this is something has thisfew examples at here right, so I was earlier last so midway. Last year I wasfocusing on my early last year. I was walking on verywell on my fitness ride and I was like hundred percent focus on my fitness, but you know, and I was Gon. I wasstraining and I had everything schedule. It was great right, it's going good andI was getting fit and I was able to you know I was able to run more distantthan I ever had in my life like I was like Wol. This is crazy. I don't eventhink I was scapable of that was reail. Od, like it was incredible right, yeah and I was getting really lean, butthen my focus God I got distracted right and then then slowly shorlyenough than I wasn't running long enough, and I was all that stuff. So soyou know you lose that so because I wasn't focusing on it and anotheranother example of Itis like so I started this: U K! Ow. I saw this yearwith a very positive intentions and you know you know this is, and I've beensaying that this is years going to be a good year. This is going to be o, dogreat things and surely enough. You know when things like that happen. LikeI said you know, you see the positives, and sometimes you know sometimes you know magical thingshappen like you said you know, like I said before, magical things might be.You know you something may come out of Tener because you know because you like- and we spoke aboutthis before the whole universe- conspires to help you, but you knowtheres. This is more less less. You know Wouda way to Woodo way to look atit. You know what happens is you know you're focusing on those items, andthings come to be out of it like recently so this year I've been veryexcited about this year and I'm saying I'm going to do this, I'm going to dothat I'. You know this podcast. You know podcast came out of this year'sintention to do not good things right. So you know it' chatted to Lockfin andLokan said he had. You know he wanted to do a podcast as well. In fact, youhad a resolution, didn't you lock him yeah exactly right, so s to pass awakeyeah. So now, if you don't see, if we don't see that as wh t what I'm talkingabout here, I don't know what it is right. You know. So this is this isintention because you see yo? U What because you're looking for it becauseyou're looking for the opportunities, as all like you know, to do somethingand same thing with, like you know my business, my career side of thingsright so recently, I've been introduced to this. You know en I'e beenintroduced to this new possible client, which could be very exciting right,which is very excitedg. I met this another met, another person who wantsto work on another project together so thees, two things that have happened,and it's not even ten days in of the year bt. What am I doing different fromDecember Oyou know what am I really doingdifferent or is it just a massive coincident andall the good things are happening now, yeah yeah, it's like it happens veryquickly. Doesn't it you? You know you put in a lot of hard work and though itmight not seem that hardwork is paying dividends, that it does and itcompounds very quickly and then all of a sudden you've got two three fouropportunities that present themselves in different avenues, because you spenta long time doing the hardyards. You know puttit up your Hend, where maybeyou shouldn't and people yeah inomation...

...connection is built off that your fin,antion and setting said and focusing on the positives as well. That's the s theMado on, and you know this this start of the year hasn't been the smoothestas well. You know these things that will leave off here, but it hasn't beensmoothest, but you know focusing on positive so which is good. It's great.It's beautiful exactly right and those yeah, those you know possible.Negatives are you know they challenges and we all have challenges and needchallengest can continue in life. But ultimately, if your focus is for it tobe a positive, it will be a positive. It might no right now, but it willeventually think of all the negatives as positive because they mere frictionto help ye grow. Yeah, just like body building just like body building is thegreat ony would say I get a pot everyday and it's likecoming. I pump, I, like I'm coming it home becoming at Gancoming evenyway, see. WHATIT is heaven for me: YeahshareHat Tae Sorts O Igga no, and I think that's probably a really good way toend, and I think we could talk for hours and it's not merely about youknow it's like quality over quantity. In that sense- and I also Kan'd of haveto be up it's about Oy thing- I could go for a month. Youknow we will continue this and it's a great conversation. And ultimately, Ithink what we've tapped into now is the physical health is not. You know. Youroveralhealth is not just his cours emotional, it's mental, it's everythingelse so, and it does definitely lead withattitude and what your quote your Quarte of the day is something I'mGoinna remind myself and I'm going to put that into my phone and where yourfocus goes. Your Energy Flows, where your focus goes, your energy flows andthat that will believe into every aspect of your life. That's it. Youknow te thing to remember: Hes, guys, friends, Locklan me: It's all about theinner game, yeah, it's all about the interect stetics and how Yo few, if youfight the INNA battle, if you win the INA battle, then the external battle isthat is external, but once you win that in a battle, then the external battlegets. It gets smaller and you're able to ha fated more efficiently becauseyour awill ultimately to distinguish the important things from theunimportant things and it just blays into that. But once you win that in agame they live one at life like because that's the batter we all go throughevery day and and new day will come, but that then a battle will still be.If we can win that in a battle, then wet Pontt life. I think it's a simpesthat sensiclly shave it that's real. What it's all about it' o be bety. Wehave the control fuck it well. On some closing remarks. I wouldjust like to you know: quickle reback, reback, recab yeah. You can do anythingin life. You want tat, you can run Maritons, you can an iron man, you canswim the ocean, you know you can fly and you can you probably couldn't flyactuall. You don't need Ta plan, no yeah, I don't they can use tolls. YeahYeah. We US you Coul, do anyfisyou could do anything that you desire. Youjust have to believe that you can do it and you have to focus on doing it andyou know, and and take some time to let yourself recover as well, because ifyou were ight, you know if your, if you think of your brain as the engine andyour body is the body of the car, you know if you brains, useless or if youmind, is useless. What are you going to do? That's it, the the car performsbest t red line, but you don't mean to be a redline. All the time Wright youmeant to give it ebs and flows, but if you can strengthen everything else thatbedmind becomes, you know, becomes the most efficient, the most important partof life, and that's that's really what it's all about, and that's it perfectvery well said well on that, not guys O, that's it. R ithat was pre and Ithink we could you know we could. We can be as perfectionate as we want, butI think we hit the nail head. So that's PREA anything else. You want to saybefore we beout now, that's it. It's been beautiful. Aby ciis have been theclever dummies. PODCAST episode number three. I've enjoyed this very much.This one came at a different angle, but I think it's as important as anythingelse we're going to do so. Thank you to everyone and anyone who's stuck around.We love you very much. I love you very much brother. This conversation asimportant as anything I've had recently so yeah to appreciate it and yeah.Follow us on instotagram check us out of spotify. Give us a download. Let usknow what you think as Borl bewause, he alternate ly, you guys are he listenersand your feedback is going to be. What is the driving force of our show? Sothank you guys so so yeah we love. You Te Simple! That Baby.

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