The Clever Dummies Podcast
The Clever Dummies Podcast

Episode 3 · 2 years ago

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

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

All right, maybe. Welcome to episode number three of the clever dummies podcast. I am your host, lucky joined as always by my best man and Best Mate, Mr Unique. How you going today, you bloody crazy man. Interesting fact about a nick a lot of people might not know. He's actually currently on a working visa in Australia. So how's that going? Really good, pretty good. I would say. Those acquisitions are full, so I'm going to don those. That's right. Okay, so that that's very legally correct. WHO MAKES IT? Now? I'm proudier for that one. I'd know those acquisitions without my league advisors. Yeah, without your lawyer, Prince. How's Your Dab Mate? Yeah, now, very good mate. I had another day off work today, which is good. Sort of got like a threeday log a weekend, which is nice. As you know, like working sort of, you know, pretty busy days for me. I work, you know, one of my jobs in retail. So this Christmas peeled was like really busy. I did probably, you know, ten to fifteen sort of tall six in our days. So it's really nice this year sort of focusing back on my health. It was actually kind of a funny thing. Like would having a discussion in the gym to day. You know, everyone kind of talking about how, you know, they're coming back and everyone sort of still trying to get their fitness back up. But you know, I've gained a few killers here are they? I'm actually three killos lighter than I was before Christmas. You know, feeling pretty good, but it took a couple of weeks of just getting back on Diet and back and that sort of way of thinking. Yeah, it has been good. You know what, when your work like it's, you know, you need to make the money, but it is nice to sort of have a few days off and I sort of just train today do a little bit of uniwork. We had a, you know, quite a bit of discussion about the podcast today and got some really good feedback off some loved ones and some friends. You know that I really appreciate what we're doing. So that's always good. It's like a nice little pep of motivation. But yeah, just should day and you know we all need those sort of rest and the recover days. That's, e. my favorite sometimes, just not too many of them at a row. Yeah, that's right, that's right. And and and I was checking our stats as well on nuspify stats and we are on spotify. That's pretty that's pretty crazy. It's pretty good and they're all positive stats as well, so they're all looking yeah, it's good little motivation to keep gointing, which is good. That's all it 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 what we distinguished very quickly, like we're doing this for ourselves and more of you know, a task and something that we felt like we could check off our bucket list. And then, obviously, you know, the way our brains work is we're not just going to do something Halfass, like we're going to try our best and get as much exposure and get as many people listening and try to make our you know, our podcast, as good as it can be. So yeah, yeah, and it's always at all fun and commutation. Yeah, that's exactly right. Like it. We're enjoying it and I think it comes across they were enjoying it. We're actually wanting to do it. So I think that's that's so important for what we're doing. Well, this is our third episode in a week. Were Nice people all right, all right, right, now, that's it, from zero to a hundred. That's all I say. That's that's all. It is, a zero two hundred. Did you know where the world podcast came from? Now, like the actual word. Yeah, now we're drops, and I recently learned this. The word podcast comes from point as in I pod, the I pod that used to store a whole bunch of songs. That that hundred sixty GIG I put chamber, the one little fat one. Yeah, yeah, mine was like sixteen. So that's itterly. They used to be a hundred sixty gig guys. It is to be a hundred sixty GIG ipod, and he used to be one with the like a wide screen and it was like a little fat one. That's where it comes from, because that was the first ever mobile device to hold capacity to download programs onto it. So, yeah, right, yeah, and that was poured at Carca steam. That's right. The cast came the world game from broadcast support, I podcast. So the word, that, the first ever word, was used as an APP on that device called podcast. That's where it comes from. Yeah, I mean how good were apple two at that time? Like it's easy to look back and I've actually watched the original interview with Steve Jobs, not interviews like a it's almost like a Ted talk that he gave when they first were bringing out the iphone. And obviously ipod was pretty iphone. But like so many things that that were before their time, they did and the IPOD was one of those things. And now it's like even big media companies are doing, you know, a force to do podcast, because it's just the best way to consume media and you know, you can do it anywhere and anywhere and the things that I...

...like the most it's just like unedited's raw, like you'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 from something as simple as that, is, the ipod that we used to listen to our music from, and then sort of develop into the our phones we have now. So yeah, it's pretty pretty awesome. Well, that's it. That's it, and I think the one of the best things about podcast is the fact that you it's easier. Especial people drive a lot and it's always been mobile going. Mobiles just benefit like you know, you're driving for long distance. Let's say you can listen to podcast. And there's an example is after just after Christmas, I drove up to Sydney and from Melbourne, which is how long of a drive is that? It's roughly ten hours. You know, obvious it. Look, Google maps will do you it's nine hours, but it's not, because you cannot drive straight for nine hours. And when you stop, when you stop put let's say a minute or even let's say you used to. Let's say you stop for five minutes, that five minute isn't just isn't just cutting, you know, adding five minutes to your total time. It's adding five minutes plus the time, plus the distant that you would have traveled in the five minutes that if you were on the road. Yeah, so it's like on top of five minutes of pure time like which is calculated, I guess, through you know the speed you're traveling if you're on highway and everything else, but it's also you kind of add the time that you would have traveled anyway. So it's almost like double. So if you stop for five really it's, I think, more than double. Yeah, it's more than double there. But yeah, so that I think that's something people never think about because every time I drive to look or to you know, it's known hundre kilometers. So you should be. Don't leg it. Always like well, no, because personal fall after fill up. Yeah, you know a robot, you know, driving a tras and has four hundred lads like so very cause. But there's like three leaders of petrol, right, you can fill up away. Well, that's it. And so, you know, I had so I had nine hours of ten hours of driving. So what I did was, and I'm going to plug this podcast again and I promise that we're not getting any money from them or any sort of financial help, but I'm serial. was listening to them their season two. Yeah's brilliant. Season Two was about this military personnel in the best in Afghanistan who sort of walked out of his walked out of his you know, but peace and end up getting kidnapped by the telebands in Afghanistan and it's a phenomenal story and how he ended up going back to America. He was an American soldier, Yep, and he got in a lot of trouble for do walking out. But yeah, he was in captivity for five years. Crazy, crazy truth thory. So check it out cereal. Yeah, the serial podcast is brilliant. It's like the POCOSTA is the American life so rited by Rokenic. She's beautiful. Yeah, and you've got like you've got the professionalism and if you've got the production of like a high quality, you know, typically media production like television or or radio, but it's like done through a podcast Plat. That's right, it's it just very well done. Yeah, yeah, very well. Yeah, very good. They're one of the most popular for a reason. Right, and most of the podcasts are like conversational and it's like, you know, a certain person, like Joe Rogan's the guy that I listened to the probably the most. has like you know he might have you might say, yeah, that's where all my information comes from now days, like I'm not actually talking from my own head, it's all from him. But you know, one week, one episode, who have like a nutrition expert, the next you have someone that you know has their degree in like physics, and then someone who's Bro Science, and then you have some comedians and like you get a full spectrum, but like you've never any love any one must on that. Yeah, and then Elon Musk would just you know, eighty stock would drop eighty percent because he smokes a little bit of weird and then, you know, two weeks later he drops like the have you seen like the latest Tesla, like tank? They're basically coming up with like a fucking take. Yeah, what allegedly is? It's he's a genius. He's he he's just brilliant. He's one of those most I think he's probably the most brilliant mind on off our of our generation. Well, not Jay is would it's our century. Yeah, he's out. He's our Isaac Newton, like he's all those people that we read about and text books like. That's, you know, that's what our kids are going to be reading and talking about. Is Elon Musk and those sort of and definitely Steve Jobs too, because, you know him met himself. Apple take has changed the planet, and you're speaking of just to segue out, you're speaking back about Google maps, that sort of thing. Apple have actually launched their own sort of map system and they're still in the early stage. Is still a pretty good function. But I in coughs harbor, I actually saw a car driving around with apple maps, you know, with the I'd sold you want highbors. I saw them. I was as well, you're they're doing a lot then they're trying to cover a lot of ground very quickly. Yeah, and like the way...

Google maps is brilliant in terms of how long you 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 their shit sorted, which obviously are going to do it and they're going to do. I mean, like, how if you haven't their system from this, unless you have android. That, yeah, Google dendroid. Well, then get an apple so you'll be right back checking. All right. Well, you know, if you have someuny want to download the original podcast APP and you know you would need an apple. Yeah, as a podcasters I feel like we have to be apple supporter because their game up with podcasts. Yeah, they did, they did, but no, Google, you know, the system, actual application. You know, we're going deep in technology now, but I still think, you know, android phones are better in terms of usability and ease of use, but it just like anything. If you're familiar with apple, like that's the easiest thing to use and they integrate so well with so many different platforms and so many different applications. So each of their own. But I, like a lot of people, look at technology and they're worried and scared about it and it's like unknown. But I'm excited by like I like how you know how awesome things going to get and they're still things that be careful with, like data sharing and that sort of thing, and that was sort of a big thing that came out of the last you know, two thousand and nineteen. One of the biggest stories of two thousand and nineteen was, you know, all the different platforms that had to change their you know, the galleys and everything else in terms of data sharing. But I think for the most part like some of the some of the advances in technology and things that we take for grinned now and we don't have like Google maps, like even five year get. Five years ago, like Google maps was like your you are still better off having an avman. And now if you've got a Navman like you know, you're probably an old man or a truck driver or you don't have a phone. Like it's pretty crazy to see the acceleration of that sort of technology. Are we getting into DEC knowledgy today this episode? I think we're just rolling off the tongue. Brother. We're just doing what we because if we are, I am am ready to get into bess talk and technology talk. Yeah, well, that's just a can of worm day. So now I think we can. We can do whatever you feeling like. Next, next, next, episode. Let's do that. Technology, I guess, fluence of the stage baby episode for Stay Tunes Mail Apposite Four. So that's a little thriller. That's a little triller for our episode. pull the influence of technology and media. Yeah, let's do that. Yeah, that's good, that's good. All right. Well, so we're going to do a little bit of a continuation, continuation from our Lart last episode of the podcast. Yeah, and I felt like, and you, I'm sure you did, do we were in out of time. I feel not that there was any limit, but we just thought it was getting with crazy. Yeah, that's right. And you can talk in circles and I think also resetting and kind of refocusing helps us do that. But obviously our second episode, which is live on spotify now, we've got it on instagram and you can go directly through spotify or you can look at our website, which is zero Mediacom. Dowe you for slash CDP in our episode two was titled Health and Fitness. Let's get moving. We talked a lot about action in the first episode, but it was really based on, you know, physical activity and kind of those sort of aspects that are going to help your everyday life. So I think we're onto a good thing now. So yeah, I think we keep going at that and, you know, we let it go. We let it go however it goes good. What did you say? What's that? You can hear me now? I didn't heat the last bag. Is Okay now. I'm just saying we just keep rolling. How we're rolling? Yeah, for sure, for sure, hundred percent. So I think let's get back into it. I think we spoke about the benefits of the fitness and I and that's what I and I kept on saying over and over again that we were merely scratching the surface and and I think what we missed out on the last episode is sort of talking about the impact that it had on our lives, more so as to the general, general benefits of Health and business. Yeah, relating it to us, like yeah, yeah, yeah, so I think so, which maybe I feel like this is more of an indulgement episode as well, if you will, but you know, it's more of a fun episode. I suppose we would talk about the impact it had on us and you know why we strongly recommend to everyone. Perhaps, yeah, why it's been such an integral part of our lives and why continues to be a passionate part of our lives to and we're able to talk about it for so much so often. Yeah, that's it. Did you trend to it? Yeah, I certainly did. So this morning I did. I did what we call it our falls gym. Shout out to our falls and cost harbor. So we do a double up. So we generally have three classes in the morning and two to three classes at night, and then the classes are quite intense. There forty four. They go for forty...

...five minutes in length. But basically it's even. It's even Moy tie, which is similar to it's like kickboxing. Moy ties nicknamed the art of eight limbs, so it's got kneas and elbows included, but we do focus on boxing, keep boxing movement and everything else in between. So it's like it's a really it's a great way to be physically fit because you're doing something different in each exercise. But yeah, we did it. I did it to double ups today, so in the morning, seven and eight o'clock, I did two classes and then tonight I did two classes and I use the old Apple Watch. I can love the Apple Watch, and I easily burnt over a thousand calories and we'll talk about before the show, like kind of me replenishing that, you know, eating enough food now, because I've, you know, I've decided to and I've it's been a while now, but I've started to eat really healthfully. Like it's actually can be sometimes difficult to make sure you're eating enough of the right foods each day. Or like you could go to fast food, you can eat poor quality food and you can eat a lot of calories really quickly because the food is no genetically made for the most part and it's, you know, high in calories, high and additives high and sugars. But yeah, I spent sort of two hours doing keep boxing today and two hours doing like innaval training, and there's nothing quite like it because you're getting a heart rate up, your sweating profusely, but you're old also learning a new art form to and you're kind of drilling some technique and I think, as I spoke about in the last episode, like that aspect of technical development is what sort of motivated me and yeah, it was just great. It's sort of set the platform for today and even though I didn't do a lot in terms of work or everything else, it was a really good day because emotionally I was in a really good state because of my training, and that's one thing that I continue to the benefits I continue to reap from training is like the emotional comfort or just a better feeling you have. You have more energy throughout the day and it's just a bleed on effect into everything else. You have more energy in all our areas. That's it, absolutely one hundred percent. What about yourself? To Do you trade by? I did. I did so a little bit of a story. You know as well. It's not a story. It's pretty bleak to be honest, but I'm when I tell the my story anyway. So I woke up this morning and roughly at normally I wake up at forty five is suor just before six rite. Today I walk up at as I do, at six hundred forty five and turned off my alarm and I was about to get off and I sort of you know, dressed in my head for a second. One of the worst mistakes anyone can make ever. You know, we all put you had done new alarm tap. Yeah, yeah, like I'm going to get up just one more second, and is never one more second. Next thing you know, I wake up at eight o'clock and you know, I was I was pretty committed to go to the gym and I you know, I hit up terrence. I said, you know, terrence is one of my best friends, I suppose, for people who don't know, yeah, the rights man of many talents, the old test, that's it him. Say He's in the Middle East right now, you know, Pur showing his passion of spreading the good word. So he just does it all, man, you can just know that. Never that's why I think, yeah, is he in the Middle East at the moment? Yeah, maybe that's the last thing I heard, but he could be. Could be in Russia, like, I don't know. He's just everywhere. That's right. He's just one of those people, you know, he flies around the wood crazy man. But yeah, so I get him up, I said, let's go to the gym, and he goes. You've been going to Jim pretty much every day just stack could do off. And at that point I was, you know, I was ready to take any suggestion, and I did and I was like yeah, well, guess he's right. Not Going to go to Jim's. I didn't go to gym in the morning. Later on I went to work the usual work staff and had bit of a all did all the work side of things and dealt with few items were to are sort of irritating me. And you know, stress reduction is also a big thing. So I've been also constant consciously working on that as well, because you know, stress, stress also has an impact on where your physical capabilities lie as well. So if you're feeling stress all the time, it's not so much as it is that it stress, it's more so something that's bugging me right and you know, might just want to get it off my place. I wouldn't call this stress, is just something that's bugging me because I have to worry about it anyway. So later on the day came finished work, came home and had a solid chest session and then dynamic stretches, did some self piece Yoga, I guess, which is one. That's the story. So what do you do? What do you mean in terms of self pace, Yogo. So you're you're just like doing active warm up. You're just sort of loosening and body up. And this is after after my work out so I can work out. I just did some so like dynamic yoga stretches,...

...and that's kind of stuff it's good to get. Get, get the body moving, stone to stretch them upstart really just lose. Yeah, work out actually, yeah, nice and not overly intense, but you still did telling and that's one thing I know I have to constantly be working towards, like you're always thinking about. You know how strong I can get, all how fid I can get, what weight I can move, but if you're not allowing your body to recover and you're not, you know what stretching really does is it sort of just loosens everything up, obviously, but at primes your body and gets a body ready to go and allows your body to recover quickly. So I feel like now like up in cops harbor like. I guess the only rule negative downside of it is there's, you know, resources are limited in certain areas and this just like less places to do things. So there's less places to do yoga and there's less times available and those times 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 to work on is like range emotion flexibility, and it doesn't have to be anything to major. It's just like constantly knowing that I need a stretch, even ten twenty minutes a day. That's like a little goal upset to myself is like stretch for twenty minutes the day and by doing that I know I'm like getting it's going. I'm going to get better at it, because twenty minutes is in a lot of time and it's enough to get your body ready to go. So, yeah, it's cool that we're sort of focusing on that same thing. I guess. Well, that's it. That's it, and that's what is all about, you know, trying to get that do and get that mind muscle connection going as well and, you know, get stretching and you know this. Obviously this is some immense benefits of your go as well. And to be honest, I'm going to admit truthfully that I've never done yoga. I know, actually I have. I did one class back in the day's a very long time ago. Someone, there was a girl that I was, you know, talking to out the time and she sort of called me into doing it and now I do. It was good, but you know, I haven't done it and I really considering doing it because, as I said, I want greater range of movement and, you know, want all the benefits that come along with it. You know, it's just one of those things that it's just good. I mean it increases flexibility, you know, it increases even increases muscles, you know, muscle strength and you know, proves your energy flow and all that those kind of stuff as well. You know, helps you breathe better. So just just a good, good thing to do, I suppose. Yeah, it's a good supportive act. You know, the main goal is like you do on it, you know what not. But I don't know, like this is something to that lifestyle of, you know, being yoga being a main goal and everything else. And if you know, it's probably a good way to start for a lot of people. But we're more action people. I think we're out you know, our interest is always in higher intensity, like more performance based. Try well that. I think we use these other things. They help support that. Then everything gets better, just like eating. Well, like it supports everything else. Well, it's it's different lifestyles based on what people you know, it these aspect of your guys all very commercialized ride and which is another marketing episode, isn't it? I'm pretty sure there's a whole episode in terms of marketing and advertiseming and the fact that it has on people and you know, all that kind of that kind of ideology. So I really think the whole episode in there. But yeah, could very much commercialized. I mean it's great for what it is. It's great for, you know, like the things that I just listed. It was seen as great for flexibility, great for, you know, your respiratory systems and all those items. Great, you know, increases blood flow. It's brilliant and it but it has become one of those things where, you know, people do it for the for the you know, you seem cool right. Yes, it's like you're part of a club. You're part of a club, I suppose, which is sort of like that with it, you know, MMA or MMA or you know kick boxing. But yeah, it's definitely often, often yogi's a little bit more douchebaggy. I'm going to say it's right. I'm going to say it was just like yeah, good joke. If never met a vag and they didn't tell you there were Vegan in the first ten seconds. And well, that's look, I'm not and I just I just listed the benefits of yoga. So, but I'm still saying there are people who, you know, do it and then they want the bragging rights with it and they, yeah, tell you about it. You know this. There's actually a story which is really interesting. There was this one time. So and I have been reason well, for the past past year and a half, I've been gone. Maybe, yeah, past year and a half, I've been consciously trying to get into meditation. Yeah, often because so one of the problems that I suppose it's still in part...

...of the topic of wellness. Right. So one of the problems that I find is I have a you know, my brains very cluttered all the time. So it's give a new ideas. You know, if I was to talk about it, will go this is how it worked, right. So you'll be like, all right, I know, I'm hanging out, you know, doing work, doing work today. You know what, if I was to do that, what would then happen? You know, this is random thoughts that I would have. So I find it. I've been, you know, trying to meditate just to help a little bit, so I can, you know, be more conscious and, you know, be able to be more present and do all sort of things around also, and I've been doing some meditation and this beneficial. Some of it is really good. There's this vision vision, Lucky Ona, I think there's his name. He's on Youtube. He's got a six phase meditation. Guided Meditation is brilliant. So if you want to check out, meditation is good. It's sort of good to set at intentions off to your day to come. So it's brilliant. That's so. So there was this one time I was at a beach, which is not far from my house. I was that at a beach, just meditating, right. So this guy came up to me. He's Stud in front of me until I opened my eyes and he says Privatus, was he there with dog in front of you or one's this ending he was selling. But I have to admit his shorts were very, very, very short and like, yeah, there was a rake, but there was a little bit of Chake out on. Yeah, yeah, and like he wasn't. You know, I wasn't. I wasn't freaked out, but I was like annoyed. Obviously. I was like, man, why are you standing right in front of me? Where's you know, you blocking my beach view first of all, you know, and then it was just it's just awkward, you know. So it's like, why are you doing that? Anyway? So later he sits down next to me and then he starts talking to me about how important, you know, or he sees, I'm into meditation. I'm like, yeah, I've been sort of giving it a go, you know, just dabbling. He goes, he goes, yeah, you're not really doing it right. I'm like. And then at this point I'm already triggered, like, you know, yeah, I'm ready drigging all back and whack both ahead with it right there. All the meditation I had just done just to you know, calm myself down and, you know, being a relaxed date all going out of the window because I'm ready to beat the shit out of this guy. You know. I'm like, I'm gonna put you through a wall. But even though there's no all I'm going to do something to you. Anyway, it keeps going about how I'm not doing it right because you know a my my my pause, which is called the half loatus, that I'm only doing the half loats in the full loatice is the one that I should be doing. So I was like man, why are you still talking to me? I don't understand what's going on. Anyway, so he goes, and then he goes into he goes walk with me to the beach. I'm like, no thanks, it's gonna sit here for a bit. And then he and then he goes into how important your guys and he was into bodybuilding, and he did. He goes to you an to do any sports, and at this point I'm thinking to my head. I'm like, okay, this is a good opportunity to plug that I can beat the shit out of him. I'm like yeah, I do mixed martial mix. So I say work about all been working at my elbows right and I'm I was doing a sing that. So he goes. He could see that I lift as well. You know, I go to the gym just re obviously, and he goes. He goes. You know, he needs time. He's done mixed martial arts. He's done Kung Fu and he's done you know, he's done weightlifting, he's as Sixpack ABS and you know, the most amount of benefit he ever found was from Yoga and he just reached a whole another level of level of awareness. And now he's now he's walk as what he said to me, and he said I should probably stop going. I she stopped going to the gym and stop mediting wrongfully and start joining yoga. And he insisted that I take his number and come joining for yoga. So any paces, the subscription for mostly subscription. So that's a story. I'm not sure what was happening there, but I was a really goodfused. But I assure you I was at you know, I was at my full guard. I had my guard position ready. You're fust it. I'm a fight stands. Radios are right to I had my waitress for going on for you know, my waitress. It was all that. Yeah, it's all happened. And what happened like he sort of just like well, like all right, goodbye. You know. So, no, no, he shouldn't, he said there and he kept a dog again that I had to say, look, I have to go. So yeah, yeah, that is. Yeah, it's funny because he found those strange sort of people in all walks of life and like it. Maybe he fought like he was doing the right thing, but he was. You know, you have to part of fitness as you have to guide people, you have to help people, but you have to let people get there themselves right. And I don't know, maybe he found your attractive. I don't know. Maybe he liked the way you looked at it. I maybe he don't want to some of that. Yeah, look at it that don't know, but it's it's a very in...

...fact, he did made me take his number down and I've actually got his number my phone because he insisted that it's I think is number. Dumb wonder if I still your numbers over for one will give it out. No, we can stop there. You know what, what better than to read are your number on what? If I write that's what way to get likes. Next will be shout a US as it bag will be made it like, will be successful. But no, there was a actually a little interesting point that you touched on before that. And Yeah, anytime you get people trying to sell something like it's always like this, like a weird thing that comes along with it. But Meditation in itself and people sort of have like that self image, are that have that picture in the head of what what meditation is. And like most, most religions, most police systems talk about meditation in one form or another. And I think when you focus more on the physical positioning and everything else, like, you kind of take away from brother really is. But what it's really about is sort of clearing your mind and allowing yourself to think and think clearly and get rid of all other distractions, but also work to get get rid of the distractions in your life. And you know that's kind of what prayer is in a sense, is like you're asking for something, you're you want something to happen, like you want to get rid of something, but you're on doing in a way that you know you want to do it in a meditative state because you want to be free of stress, and you know that's kind of ware. Sitting in that position is really good, being in a place of like that's it. What what are you at? A bag just really nice and it's beneficial. Yeah, well, that's it, you know, because you've gotten more fresh oxygen coming in. I think what meditation, at least what it means to me. I'm just going to say that. I would say that little bit. So I feel I feel like often 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 you can actually clear you had. You simply can't. That's not possible. You know, how do you not think? Like you know, even the act of not thinking is actually technically thinking, if that makes sense right. Yeah, it's more so. It's more so spending extended period of time at a stationary, stationary position. Right, so where you standing, sitting or laying down for extended period of time, where you where you are basically merely bystander or, if you will, are good great analogy of it would be. You know, you see your thoughts go by like cars go by like because if you were to sitting seated, sitting on side of the road, and you know you see your thought, you acknowledge that you know you saw that thought and you let it go. You don't do you don't dangle onto the thought. You know, you don't indulge into the thought, you know. So normally your thought would go something like that. You know, if you if you were hanging out and have absolutely no stimuli, which, see, that's also another thing, big thing about meditation, because we have so much stimulant coming in. You know, you got phones, you and everything is just you know, you the moment you get bored and use to start looking at your phone, you know. So if you're hanging out there, you know, just thinking about it, you have a thought. You know, let's say, Oh, did I leave the other on right? What you would normally do is you you'd go into that thought and you drill into that thought. You know, you're drilling process would go something like this. You know, Oh did I leave the other on? Or maybe I did. You know who else leaves the other on? You know my you know my friend leaves our and on right all the time. Fuck is a scum. How the comments? Anyway. Yeah, yeah, wait, I remember that one time. Remember that one time he did that Dick move. So that's how our thought process would work. Right and they and it's a loop, like you just get get into it and it just doesn't stop. So, as in meditative state, you would acknowledge it. You Go. Okay, you won't dangle on to it. You know you will go back to your anchor, which might be breathing right you, you're breathing, is your anchor, and being your full attention to your breathing might be anchor. Or. You know, if you're listening to if you're 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 back to that. I think that's what meditation is and being in that state long enough, you know, your left brains starts to learn to not indulge into those thoughts as much, because then you're basically living in the mirage of you know, just thought if you keep doing that, because you either living in the past or the future and you're not living in the present because you know, the only time you're in whenever you and you head, you either living in the past or the future, because the present is in the physical word. That's the only thing that exists in the physical word. Everything else is, you know, mirror stories in off our...

...brain or marriage. Yeah, exactly right. And just like being physically active or anything like that, you you know, you do it for a short period of time, but it's not necessarily about that state. Like you know, you might get trapped into thinking like, Oh man, I have to get back in the state where I'm sort of thinking about nothing and being then, but you want that to kind of bleed into other areas of your life. So, you know, you 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're sitting in the middle of traffic. It's probably not the best time to start meditatic right, but you could use those same principles and a thought might come into your head. You self like audit that thought, like you where did that thought come wrong? Why did that thought come to my head? And most of the time those thoughts, just like dreams, don't make any sense, like it sort of comes out of know where, it doesn't really mean a lot. You can let it go and then if you keep having like reoccurring thoughts, maybe that's something you might need to address, maybe it's something that you need to think about more, and I think the practice of doing that will allow you to kind of take more control over what you think and you're not never going to stop the brain from thinking like that's kind of the beauty of it and also the kind of the the you know, the difficulty in the I guess, the downside of being stimulated, highly stimulated, and having a highly stimulated brain as you're always thinking. But if you're blessing in the cup practice, and yeah, that's right, if you can start working on it, then maybe you might get to a stage where you know, any time I thought crosses, it crosses your head. You can go okay, where did that thought come from? Is it a good thought? Is A bad thought? Why did that thought come up? Do I need to address it? Isn't something I need to get rid of. What was it something I need to develop, and that kind of goes back to the principle would talking about last time. Like you can then go into a state where you go, okay, do I need to see something I need to work on? Is this something I can control or is this something out of my control? And if it's something out of your control, will let go of it because you literally have, you know, no control over it. It's really as simple as that. And Yeah, Meditation doesn't have to be doesn't have to have this thing where, like you're you're applying a stigma to meditation, just like anything from you know, previous experiences, just like going into the gym and making that a scary place, like most you know, most people who go to the gym for a long time have removed that sort of thing. So I think if you can start thinking in that way, it'll help. It'll help that aspect of our life and I think that's in the world we live in and that highly stimulated world that you know you spoke about. That is a really important strategy and I think the most benefit we can get from we can get from meditating. Absolutely, absolutely it's you. You think about how connected we are as a humans, right, and you know, we talked about anything last episode we spoke a bit of the the first episode we spoke a bit about how our generation, particularly millennials, right, aren't very patient, right, and what why is that? You, yes, think about how instant everything is, right, how it's just everything is just so instant and there's no waiting process and there's no processing, there's no processing time, right, so you don't there's not much process happening. That's that's the problem. And everything is just so, so quick and everything is just happening, but nothing is really happening because all in the digital realm of things, you know. So people are consuming done sort so for people, I'm sure everyone knows what tick tock is, right. So Tick Tock is this new it's sort of like it's sort of a fusion between Instagram, snapchat and twitter, if you will. Yeah, it is fine. And if one know and why? Yes, sorry, let me, let me reseat that. So it's a fusion between Instagram, Buye, Youtube and Snapchat, and it's brilliant because the way they set it up, you know, you got short videos in the way they set it up, all the new kids, all the kids, are getting on it and it is it is barrage of content, right, but the way it works, it this is genius. Right, it's very smart, the way they designed it, because, keep in mind, this is not people are making these APPs by accident. These are very well designed APPS that are designed to keep you there as long as possible. Right. So the APPs design, the design is basically works of the basic human basic human action reward que cycle. Right. So basically, with the way it works is, you know, you look at a video and you know, and that's the queue. As soon as the video ends, that's the que you know, action is you swipe and you have an you have a reward right and there's a next video, which is sort of funny and I'm not gonna lie, I've spent like twenty five minutes on it.

You know, you just twenty five to thirty minutes on it. You think about the fact that those videos are free, fifteen seconds long. How many videos did I consume and how many ads did I consume? There is just crazy and like how, what? What good is that doing for my mental health? You know, how am I feeling? You know, both seeing by just consuming this barrage of content which means absolutely nothing. I suppose sort of entertaining. And then again, what is entertainment anymore? You know? Yeah, it it just be like talking to or having, you know, talking to twenty different types of people at the same time and just having one after the other and indulging deep into it. And it is a great form of escape. And I've actually found myself like I don't have a I don't know, I was going to say n I don't have a tick tock account. I'm sure I will eventually, because our world is moving towards it and it's going to become a you know, it's going to become a it's just going to keep growing and it might stick around. And I think facebook and instagram have done really good things and that's why they've got longevity, is because it's there. You know, I guess their business model is based more off that. It is based off you know, you're able to have longfall and conversations and you're able to do other things. So, you know, who knows? You know, vine or tick Tock, whatever it is, might always have a place and it usually will have a place, just like really short commercials during you know, TV shows, like bang, it's all of a sudden there. But that's exactly right. And Yeah, once you are aware of that, like, you don't necessarily not use it, like you might use it even more, but you just kind of have an understanding of what it is like, what it is designed to do. It's wasn't just made by accident, wasn't just like some you know, wasn't just like a mark like about like facebook, just sort of credit it on a small scale. I want it blow up like this was designed well. That I'm sure, like I don't know exactly who which it was. Originally it was designed to serve purpose of, you know, communicating, right, and sharing certain content between people. Now it doesn't stop the problem. You what's the problem there? Right? So, if you're listener, listening, if you were wondering, like you know, what's the problem there, right? You know, if it's designed for people to share content and speak to each other, the problem is the people running the platforms are making money. That's the problem with the whole fact, right, and I do you make money? So the facebook makes more. You know, if someone's out there would you know hasn't realized that yet. facebook makes their money out of two different areas of business. So they're small. Income comes from all time incomes comes from and selling ads. So add area. So you know, people obviously advertise and they get their money from it. That's how facebook make some of their money. Now facebook also makes fair bit of money by from their investors as well. And the biggest amount of money they make is selling data. So those are the areas and selling very, very smart data. That's what they that's how they make their money. So facebook is making more money, more ads, you see, and so they're going, they're going to keep you there, right. But you know, the problem with that is social media. I'm look, I'm not going to say that people are getting worse where people are spending a lot of time in social media, because social media's, you know, roping them in. It's not like that. I think people always like that. Back in the days, people are reading magazines. I don't think not. I don't think anything is changed. I feel like people spend, you know, maybe this did spend less times, you know, consuming magazine data and all that stuff. But, you know, I don't think the concept has changed. I think it's just that people are consuming. Is Easier for people to consume now because, you know, it's more accessible. That's right. And Yeah, there's the same principles and we're just gotten better at it and, like technology and everything, like, we do live in a better world. Like there are plenty of things you can poke holes at, but ultimately, in terms of being able to get correct information and everything else that comes along with the technolological world, like, we do live in a better world and things are getting more efficient, things are getting better. It's just getting on a grander scale now, and you could, you know, you can resist that world as much as you can, but that's where the world is headed and we need to kind of accept that. There'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 rest light and everything else and having an understanding of how it works is probably going to contribute to that. I'd say. Well, that's it. So I think I think the moral of this conversation, or not necessarily moral. What we're trying to get at. I suppose what I'm drying at the start to get out is, you know, there's a place for meditation. It is a place for disconnecting and it's it's it's healthy for you, as you know. It's as healthy as going to the gym, and it's good to have those moments. And, like you were saying, lock and you had a day where, you know, you kind of hung out and sort of disconnected,...

...and you know, just did you mean? And sort of hung out, and it's good to have those days. Because how because we live in a reality where everything is just just coming at you, you know, yeah, such a fast pace and yeah, well, that's it, like, you know, that's it, and like we talked about, we always have to remember what our bodies and what our minds were designed to do because, you know, my even though our bodies are incredible, our brains incredible, we adapt very quickly, but our boys and our minds were designed in you know design and adapted to a very boring and very bleak times where we were running away from animals or, you know, hunting for food. And you know, then we're just kind of hang out in a keke or perhaps you know just kind of hang out or you know, that was that was the thing leterally it and that was very singular and that's what the focus was, and there still these benefits of that, like social interaction and hang out with your mates and doing things like that. But yeah, the world is constantly involving that might be for better or might be for worse. I think it's for better because humans are, you know, this one thing that most humans have in Commons. That's improvement, like they want to get better in various well, that's it. Other and it's just marketing, it's just kind of sales. It is those things in the end, and it just turns out that the most efficient way to sell and be creative and kind of heavier outlet nowadays. Is like how many people just like US doing this podcast? Like, not that long ago this would not be a realist of option. Like the only way that this would take places through a phone call between me and you. Now we have that stual to broadcast this sort of thing to me ands of people, I mean because technology. Right. So what we've got here is like I've got a microphone and a collaptip that does everything right. So this is this is studio capabilities off like a Steeo, state of the art studio. You know, let's dig back fifteen, fifteen years, right. This, what we're doing here, is high end studio capabilities. Take Back Fifteen years, maybe twenty years, actually, not fifty years. That yeah, let's tick back twenty years, right. This is being able to go someone and such have such clear recording and all that kind of things. You know, this is studio quality of take back twenty years. But yeah, I feel and yeah, and now it's relatively readily available at our fingertips. And Yeah, that's I mean you can look at it as a negative thing, but it's it's just another part of life off and something that we've able to do and like the application we're using now to record this is wouldn't have been available because of without those resources and without people constantly look at looking to improve and get better at certain areas. And Yeah, so ultimately it's, yeah, just like everything, it is about improvement, it's about being more efficient and getting better. But I guess, to kind of link it all back, without the old adage of time spent by yourself and time spent in his end state and time spent just focusing on yourself, like, you're just going to be stuck in this constant loop of stimulid, you're going to be stuck in this constant loop of go, go, go. So if you can, I guess, manage that and look to balance at a little bit better, it's only going to be beneficial and it's only going to help our first overall, that's one area that I probably need. It would prove on more than anything, is like having time to myself and time to reflect, because we live in such a state of like constant, you know, constant goal searching and getting better and improving that if we just juggle everything and realize that things are happening and like we don't have control out of it. So you just kind of like it, like what we just said, like you just got to understand that we don't have a control over it. Well, that's it, and and I think let's so know the like what we're talking about. This is again, once again, this is a flaw and from the previous episodes we are doing about health and wellness and fitness. In that sense, this is this is really interesting as well. So when we're talking about being disconnected and, you know, being having time to yourself, it's really good, because those are the moments that you have to set intent intentions as well, right. So those are the moments that you have to you know, sit down. Maybe, I don't know if that's where you make decisions, right, that's of who the person you're going to be or what's next, right, and those are intentions setting times as well. So that's even when you medit it, right, like what I was talking about previously, there's a guided meditation where, you know, it's sort of the meditation takes you through of this 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 like, you know, and make it vivid, like what would you do, like how you know your day would say, what time would you wake up as well, because you know it's simple...

...as this, right. So, if you're going to sleep tonight and you have no plan, you have no plan for like you were just winging tomorrow in a sense where you say, yeah, you'll go to the gym, but you know, you know you haven't set down, like you know you just said to yourself. Is Walking around you you'll go to the gym tomorrow morning, but you haven't set down. You know you haven't envisioned yourself going to the gym more like you know you said, because envisioning and you know visualizing is a very, very strong, very strong it has a very strong effect on you. Right, didn't 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 normally do it, or anyone else would do it to just like a very small for like it's like, Oh, yeah, I'm going to the gym. So Yeah, that was small visualization that happened. You had where you just did pictureice. I've got as gym. That's why you said it, but you didn't put enough intention into it. You didn't put enough focus or energy. And you know they all saying goes. You know where your focus goes. Energy Flows, and you know where energy goes. That's where the most amative results and most amount of magic happens. Right, yes, it was a great word. And that again, that's where were your focus goes, that's where your energy flows and where you're such where energy goes for good, and that right. Yeah, and that's where magic happens. Yeah, now, that's so perfect, because it, yeah, like we are, you know, we do create our own realities and we might have a lot of people that influence that and they might be certain people that decide our success in failure in the short term, but ultimately we are, you know, way other people that decide where our life heads. And if you're, I guess, if you are, constantly remind yourself of that. And and, yeah, that's brilliant. I mean, I don't even know how to articulate it like that. Is Perfect. Where your energy goes, you know, that's where side against our how I needed to say. All right, I'll share again. You focus goes with energy flows and where the energies at. That's where the magic happens. Yeah, for better for worse, right, yeah, yeah, you know, for for better or worse. And the thing is, it's it's almost beautiful in a poetic in a way where it's all about the inner game. At the end of the day, it's all about the inner game. I meant, like you know, you think about. Yeah, we talk about, you know, fitness and health. What are we really getting at at the moment? It's all about it's really all about the inner game and, you know, giving you, giving you the opportunity to set intention and, you know, drive your focus and energy at different places. Yeah, and EST it. Yeah, yeah, more right, healthy manner, healthy manner, like you know this about you know you. We talked about like health, benefits of you know, training and fitness. They all good. And what we kept on also talking about, and that we were scratching the surface, is this is the fact. There's the fact that you have you have focus and you can direct your focus. That means you energy flows there and then magical, think you had. Things happen when you focus on something, you know, when you can set intentions. You know, if you set intentions, to do this year to this year. It's like visualized, visualizing right. So your brain can't tell the difference between reality and visualization, right as to your subconscious can't, and that's a fact. So I'm not sure if you look on I don't know if you have came across the study about they took ten participants and ten of you know, five of them actually worked out, like worked out their bicyp girls, and the other five just merely image, merely imagine flexing right, working out right, and they active, buying the yeah, the just so they may. They merely wiz visualized doing the BICYP girls and, believe it or not, they they had their bite. There was an increase noticed in their bicep as well as the the group that worked out. And you know, you can look that study up as well. So which is what does that tell? As you know that by setting intentions, you know it is all about the inner game, you know, by working out, by you know, having a better mental state, you know, working on your intentionally, working on your mental state, and you you if you want to achieve a lot, that's the way to go about it. Isn't lock them. Yeah, that's right, because, yeah, now that that's so true, because you're yeah, and, as he said, where you're your way, your focus goes, your energy flows. And Yeah, when I when I mean for better or for worse, like you could end, things usually happen very quickly, like you might be escalate very quickly, or success might happen.

Positive things happen very quickly because your focus goes there. And maybe a lot of people have this idea that there, you know, and it usually comes along with laziness, and I know that for my own personal experience, that you feel like you can't achieve a lot, but you're achieving things every day. It just might maybe you spent a lot of your day focusing on something negative. So negative just continue to grow. And if you're focusing on something positive, sure the results, you know, your goals may take a longer time to come to fruition, but ultimately they do appear and they do come in one various form or another, and your can, you like, constantly develop in your constantly evolve in those ideas, because maybe something you wanted last year at this time, you know, January two thousand and nineteen, January two thousand and twenty doesn't exist. But if your focus. You know you, if your focus is constantly about what you want it to be, like a positive maybe a positive improvement, whether it's in your mental physical health, then you will reach that state eventually. And that kind of goes back to your why, like what we spoke about previously, like your why has to be more important than it has to be more significant, more powerful than the obviously coles that are going to come in your way. But that really just links back to the power of thought and the power of your mind that, you know, the might. That's ultimately what separates us from, you know, animals and everything else. Is Alability to articulate, but also ability to be rational and think and think things through, and it just has to be a focus on directing it towards something positive and positive direction. and very quickly, like things change very quickly. You cut people out of your life or maybe you do things that in just these things roll on and it just bleeds into every aspect of your life. Like it is physical health, that is your business, it is everything else, and that's fucking beautiful. Like it's just like an eye opening thought that I'm even think of right now and I'm finding it difficult to quite 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 create your own destiny, and other people's influence, though it might seem significant at one time or another, it's usually stress that makes you believe it's more significant than the other. It's very minimal, like it usually is not as significant as you think. And if you believe one thing, you can change a situation just in your own self belief, and then that belief leads into actions, and of the actions is ultimately the thing that we, you know, build upon. But it's it comes from within, just like everything good comes from within, everything bad comes from within, but the commonality is it comes from within. Well, that's it. Fuck this deep, you know, this isn't good. Is Actually your quote by I think it was Henry Ford said that. Yeah, yeah, Amory, that the court said. I think it was something like I might be wrong, I think, but it was. You're the master of your soul. Now, you're the master of your fate and you're the captain of your soul and you're in control of your earthly destiny, which is brilliant and need the sums up everything. You know, you are in control of that. But you know what the incredible part is that how much control that we have and how how we will control it is all about that. You know, setting intentions and you know realizing is putting your focus on something and then, you know, making it a reality, and it is about what. It is about your wire as well. You know so, and your your why is setting intentions as well. Like you know, your intentions would drive from your why. But you know, a great example of it. It's a technical example. You know. Have you ever, you know, have you ever bought a car, a new car, right that you buy and then all of a sudden you start seeing all those cars around? Yes, every time. I remember growing up like that, hands we get in a car. Yeah, so true, like these guys didn't exist before and now they do. And there's actually a brain. We have. A brain has a system for it's called reactor activation system, reck reaction, reactive. I don't know exactly the name of my head, the scientific care for it, but yeah, it's a it's a function that happens in our brain that basically cuts out all the bullshit that we don't want. You know, our brain only allows that things that we agree with. Right, yeah, reactionary and reactionary sounds right. Yeah, reactionary, Activetian. Yeah, so something like that. You know, it filter. It's a basically a filter. So what it does is, you know, let's say it doesn't. You know, our brain would explode if it took took in everything. What it does it only allows the information that we're focusing right. Yes,...

...you know, the focus on. So when we buy a new car, we're focus, you know, we know, we take in that car and we want to see that car. You know, what was that? Say, it was a joke or the mean. We're floating around. You know, if you do, if you don't, when you walk away from your car and if you don't look at your card, you and have a car. Yeah, you know, you're focused. Your focused in your new car. What happens here is your focus on? Then your brain is letting that in. Now, if you're setting intentions and you letting in negative, negativity, right, in a sense where you are, you know, allowing negative, focusing on the negatives, right, and so many people do that, always focus on negatives. Your brain is on going to stay consistent with it. And what it's going to do is look for negatives everywhere. Yes, you know, just like the car and if your focus, yeah, you just like how you're focus on that car. Your brain look for those cars and found it and found it for you. So you know in a situation, where your intentions are, you know, unconsciously right, because that's what I'm saying. You know, if you consciously set those intentions, you know the unconsciously you intentions are. If they said to negative, you're going to take in all the negativity. You know you're going to. You know you're going to see everything for the negative office, don't you? Wouldn't you know? Lock and I were actually talking about it, you know, being able to see the bright side of things. Yeah, yeah, which, which is brilliants. It's a crazy loop, isn't it? Yeah, hundred percent. It's beautiful that if you set your intentions to put something positive, that you will see all the positives. And that's the incredible things. And you know, I want to use, actually want to use an example here. Recently. This is something has this few examples at here. Right. So I was earlier last so midway last year, I was focusing on my early last year, I was working on very well on my fitness, right, and I was like hundred percent focus on my fitness. But, you know, and I thought was going I was training and I had everything, schedule was great, right, is going good, and I was getting fit and I was able to, you know, I was able to run more distant than I ever had in my life. Like I was like, well, that's crazy, right, I didn't even think I was capable of that. was really like it was incredible. Right, yeah, and I was getting really lean. But then my focus got I got distracted, right, and then, and slowly, surely enough, then I wasn't running long enough and I was all that stuff. So so, you know, you lose that because of and focusing on it. And another another example of it is like, so, I started this, you know, I saw this year with a very positive intentions and you know, this is and I've been saying that this is year's going to be a good year, this is going to be do great things. And surely enough, you know when things like that happened, like I said, you know you see the positives and sometimes, you know, sometimes you know, magical things happen, like you said, you know, like I said before, magical things might be. You know, you something may come out of thing are because you know, because you like, and we spoke about this before, the whole universe conspires to help you. But you know there's this is more, less, less, you know, would a way to wood, a way to look at it. You know, what happens is you know, you're focusing on those items and things come to be out of it, like recently. So this year. I've been very excited about this year and I'm saying I'm going to do this, I'm going to do that, I'm you know, this podcast. You know, podcast came out of this year's intention to do not good things right. So you know it's chatted to Lauchlin and Lacklin said he had, you know, he wanted to do a podcast as well. In fact, you had a resolution, didn't you, lack then? Yeah, exactly right. So to house awake. Yeah. So now if you don't see, if we don't see that as what I'm talking about here, I don't know what it is, right, you know. So this is this is intention, because you see what you cause you're looking for it, because you looking for the opportunities. Is All like you know, to do something and same thing with like, you know, my my business, my crewer side of things, right. So recently I've been introduced to this, you know, I've been introduced to this new possible client, which could be very exciting, right, which is very excited. I met this another met another person who wants to work on another project together. So this do things that have happened, and it's not even ten days in of the year. What am I doing different from December? All? You know, what am I really doing different? Or is it just a massive coincident and all the good things are happening now? Yeah, yeah, it's like it happens very quickly, doesn't it? You, you know, you put in a lot of hard work and though it might not seem that hard work is paying dividends, that it does, and it compounds very quickly and then all of a sudden you've got two, three, four opportunities that present themselves in different avenues, because you spent a long time doing the hard yards, you know, putting up you, and maybe I shouldn't, and people, yeah, and setting a nation connections build...

...off that you're that's an edition, and setting up said and focusing on the positives as well. That's the best, the meat one, and you know this this start of the year hasn't been the smoothest as well. You know there's things that will live off air, but it hasn't been smoothest. 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. You know, they challenges and we all have challenges and need challenges. Can can continue life, but ultimately, if your focus is for it to be a positive, it will be a positive. It might not be right now, but I will eventually think of all the negatives as positive because their mirror friction to help you grow. Yeah, just like body building. Just like body building, as the great arty would say, I get a bomb put every day and it's like going the bump. I'm coming it home, I'm coming here. Did you even coming? UNYE, it is heaven from me. Shout out hardy. Sports are bigger now and I think that's probably a really good way to end, and I think we could talk for hours and it's not merely about you know, it's like quality of a quantity in that sense, and I also kind of have to be up. It's about thing. I could go forever. You know, we will continue this and it's a great conversation and ultimately, I think what we've tapped into now is the physical health is not, you know, your overall health is not just fiscord's emotional, it's mental, it's everything else. So and and it does definitely lead with attitude and what your quote, your quote of the day, is something I'm going to remind myself and I'm going to put that into my phone. And where your focus goes, your energy flows. Where your focus goes, your energy flows, and that that will bleed into every aspect of your life. That's it. The thing to remember is, guys, friends, lacklan me, it's all about the inner game. Yeah, it's all about the inner ecstatics and how few if you fight the inner battle, if you win the in a battle, then the external battle is that is external. But once you win that in a battle, then the external battle gets it gets smaller and you're able to de fad it more efficiently because you're able, ultimately to distinguish the important things from the unimportant things and it just blaze into that. But once you win that in a game, then you've won a life like because that's the battle we all go through every day and a new day will come, but that, in a battle, will still be if we can win that in a battle, then with one life. I think it's as simple as that. Sounds cliche over it, that's really what it's all about. It's a beautiful say we have the control. Fuck yet. Well, on some closing remarks. I would just like to you know, quickly, reback, reback, recap. Yeah, you can do anything in life you want to. You can run Mariton's, you can on iron man, you can swim the ocean, you can fly. You can. You probably couldn't fly, so you didn't need to plan now. Yeah, yeah, I doubt they can. Use Tools. Yeah, yeah, well, use you can do it any fast. You could do anything that you desire. You just have to believe that you can do it and you have to focus on doing it and you know, and and take some time to let yourself recover as well, because if you will, you know if you're if you think of your brain as the engine and your body is the body of the car, you know if your brains useless or if your mind is useless, what are you gonna do. That's it. The the car performs best at Red Line. But you're not meant to be a red line all the time, right. You meant to give it ebbs and flows. But if you can strengthen everything else, that redline becomes, you know, becomes the most efficient, the most important part of life, and that's that's really what it's all about and that's that's perfect. Very well said. Well, on that note, guys, welcome. That's it right. Yeah, but I think feeling right. That was brettiant and I think we could, you know we could, we could be as perfectionate as we want, but I think we hit the nail I head. So that's brilliant. Anything else you want to say before we bounce now? That's it. It's been a beautiful baby, which is has been the clever dummies podcasts, episode number three. I've enjoyed this very much. This one came at a different angle, but I think it's as important as anything else 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 is as important as anything I've had recently. So yeah, I do appreciate it and, yeah, follow us on Instagram, check us out on spotify, give us a download let us know what you think as well, because ultimately, you guys are the listeners and your feedback is going to be what is the driving force of our show. So thank you, guys so much. Yeah, we love you. Cheers, simple as that, baby than.

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