The Clever Dummies Podcast
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Can I mind o Tei Numbe six of theClever Gums Poca? I am looking joined by a NK going to light my friend greatI'm, going great bu yeah that S it's episode, six, my we are pumping theseat, like like it were bloody making iphones overseas might were just Chinthrough these, like we're, like we're made of at brothers back an also it'sgreat. Is it's brilliant it', brilliant and there's been some good responsecoming through as well, people have been shes still sort of Kebase a nice shoutout. The saying is you know it 's, a good job, don't about job well done aswell, as you know, appreciation for certain items that wetalked about as well yeah. Now, that's always good. We know we're doing it forourselves and we know there's a few people listening, but yeah peopledigging it so that makes us feel good and sort of gives us a bit more feel tokeep going and pumping in out so yeah Blay have tyou guys, love it for the people who have beentuning into our podcast or listening to UN sportify. I can't get that tunit outof my head have been tuning it well for people who have been listening, there'sa page up on our website, which is homework o. You know if you want to doyour homework and that's where we're going to post all the links. That's allup in live, so you can check it out. thes foryou items, ofthing yeah we'vegot a couple of things, reference that each sort of episodewy talked about,maybe a few things that people might not be familiar with or a couple booksand that we hit a few good ones. Last week, O year, oit looks alsomaded, as Isaid before, but now the the website look bloody great yeah, very proud ofyourself might put yourself my back young friend how's your day. What do you get up to n?Not Too much migy had a had a full week et off, which is good first time in awhile that I've had the weekend off. So we got a house inspection tomorrow. Thelovy joys and benefits of renting a just got the house ready for that sortof th. The cleaning that you put off a little bit ot most of that done andthen sort of had the head of mounover. We watch the UFC today. As you know, Ilove that Shit so much so it was really good. Ind, just kind of like Grega is nothingquite like it. The atmosphere and the energy that he brings. The EA T was abloody great day and always a good day when I watch the FC, but even been whenhe's on for Shor, it's just fucking Piare. How good was the fight Myyeah? It wasunbelievable and th the build up to. It was interesting because itd been awhile, since he compated it was October, W thosand and eighteen and beforethathe hadn't fought him an made two years before that. so He's beeninactive and didn't really know what he was going to come out with how he wasgoing to come out, but the man just deliveras. He knows how they handle thepressure. He looked a little bit nervous. He looked like H, you knowithad been a while for him, but he came out and he looked so big and he wasfinhding it well to Weigt, which is a hundred seventy pounds for oursletsabout seven eventy. Seven killers, yeah, that's right, a little bit bigger thanwhat he's used to so people are wondering if his powerwas going to transfer over how you know, maybe he's conditioning might drop offHowis tat all going to work, and you know none of that shit came in a paybecause it just came out like a bloody dog in a dog on heat for a leg. I don'tknow if hit's a say, Gooni and just pass if Li a teroni couple of sholdershots and put him on the back foot SMACKD IV in the face with his foot andstarted, it was a sort of key from there. The it was just about the referejumping in and Givin Seroni a chance to kind of fight back, but now that wasthat absolutely as Domitad as you pretty much can be yeah, it's prettyspecial. It was brilliant. Tony Second, was it twenty Senfi? Last nows, forty seconder forty eight seconds at Om Oy, seen fouryear teckond yeah, didn't feel likevery much. So that's for sure it's yeah. It was a good fight. I seenthe highlights. I didn't actually see the fight itself. I was O shopping, butyeah I saw the highlights was a brilliant fight. You know thoseshoulders really lead into him. You know unusual move on his hand. You KnowY. U don't see that very often, but it is brilliant yeah, never saying thatreally impactified that significantly it's something that they'll use tomaybe disrup timing in the clinch when they start to grappl and he's a guythat doesn't necessarily want to grapple, but he was venomous with itlike he was like just get the fuck O me. What are you trying to clinch up and hesort of came out t the start of the fire and then the overshot e left heand,so he sort of set himself up for the clinchand yeah. We've never seen likeshoaler shoulder barge to the face like be so impactful with that's kind of abeautiful thing about em a mait's, not boxing. It's not Keik boxing you canduse, you know, basically, the entire part of your body, Tho inflict damageand yeah, it's pretty pretty powerful. We sort Ofen droppe down a bit and hefrow it up like an upper cut almost, but wit he shold Hem as fucking. A Elike that's Highlie, good ha is how do you? How do you block a shoulder hit?You just run away you just Puttin away t you throw that over Gole, you throwyour hand over the top of his to try to change of it. Now that was yeah. You'vegot to get out of thete and by the time...

...srany realized it was baging in like hewas like shit he's actually trying to hurp wit this by the time he realized,that is, none was broken, so yeah, it was very fast, is powerful Laden. Nowit's just like so happy to have you back for sure is brilliant is brilliant.Is You know one for the history books, Wer sure? As he says, yeah, that's WATIT S, andhe's plug for his alcohol company with I whatpopery OYeahi, it's a bret, that's what Mrit's! So funny because he comes out andunlike anyone else where you know people you know taking it seriously andsort of be you o lightheaded and just trying to get out of the zone he's justlike you know, this is my opportunity, I'm just going to plug it, yeah how doe a Gamiis, Mama, shat outall that usual stuff, but yeah, a hundred percent and is usually a lotlike more aggressive Li ies call ats and he called everyone o called him.Bloody falls usually goes a bit harder, but now he's his maturity. A little bithe's he's not as not as reckless as he was before, but yeah he's. I mean he'smade a shit load of money. I think he made about six million dollars of hisfirst year of of PROPERTWELV witky and have you have you tried it befor know?Is it good yeah? It's not too bad. It's pretty pretty smooth, pretty sweet, soa's an easy drinker one I came over here. I think I first tried it in Marchor something like that was about sixty fivedoars. It's probably like a forty.Forty five dollar bottle. It's not not quite worth the sixty or dollars, butyeah. It's well worth I go and you can drink it on the rocks. It's BRT got alittle bit of Scot, like a vanilla tinge or a o tins to it. So yeah, it'sactually not too bad to yea. If you're out an about GIV, O Goit, you, I thinkyou're like well league thewell, the YGO corner it. That's your shoutoutproper toll whiskey, give it a go. Yeah! That's right, hopuly that self for asponsor. I might have I well that's it! You know. If you have, can him a Gregoosponsoring you, you know what else could you want? I was going for that apple sponsorship,but yeah. I guess that's a you know topic for another podcast, Isuppose or say you got, Ta shoot your shot and it was pretty cool to have hisown company sponsoring the cage when he was fighting. You know very, likeyou've, never seen that before, but he's actually briing and he's got hiscompany past that over there. So that's pretty pretty evig he's a realgroundbreaker, so y! AH, Budy G Ofer, your it's just an overal unusual person,and you know he doesn't really do things very how things are done: Contemporary Yeahactly, that's a big younow. I S Onake yeah, absolutely now which that last part brings us to our place.TOPEC, AI, Lin, here's a categer way were talking about being different or being antentic as to being yourself and how to charry outyour life and how to do certain things in how to achieve greatness and how toachieve success and all those things that you know wedesire. But you know very often we get told that there'sonly one way to do certain things and you know- and we often buy those things.You know we say yeah l right. Well, I guess it's only one way to do thing Imean Cona is a great example of as to how different he is from anyone else who fights in the UFCor any other athlete. You know it not any of the things thathe does hasn't been done before you know. A lot of them mean the w you inhis fighting style. So H is a great example and you can see his success andyou know people end up liking those people a lot who are just different yeah most. Definitely, I think fold bywhether in Boxing Kida had a similar approach where he sort of took thebusiness axpects the aspect of it onto himself and traditionally in sport. Youknow you're under an umbrella of an organization or a promotion or asponsorship, so usually sort of tow. The political line just like in thebusiness worldy sort thof represent your company, but it's those sort ofpeople and that sort of attitude that you know obviously he's got anaffection personality and you enjoy hearing him talk. He doesn't sound. Youknow, like he's, rubbing, sticks together, but he's just so uniqually himself, and hehas such a positive and he's like hes goals are so big that he's justconstantly chasing it, and it sounds crazy at first and a lot of it wascrazy, but when he started when these things started coming throue, it's likewow this guyis, not just the talk. He doesn't just talk with Talkeo back etup to oh for sure. That's IT and- and I thinkthat's what's all about as well, because you know if you talk aboutsomething on talk about doing something different, you have to pack it up aswell anbutup. You know no, let's Om, I'mgoing to start by looking into and as we always do exploring this a littlebit, you know doing things different and youknow not following the crowd because- and we spoke about this- you know someof our previous episodess will we are...

...living in a society where its very muchappropriate to follow the crowd and at times the only thing that people endup doing is following the crowd with its careers, whether it's you know social stans or you knowwhether your political stand and all those things where you are. You have the opportunity tomake a decision. People end up following what everyone else is doing, and you know that particular mindsetflows into many things and you can see it. I mean theres search results for itand you know I work a little bit in now. wrorking. Well, not a little bit,I worked quite comprehensively in you know, so I suppose entertainmentright, O in entertainment. We have a saying theyre. One of the best. Thebest show is the best thing that can happen to asshore is forit to be sellout for it to be a Selo now, which is interesting, because sometimes you theshow doesn't even have to be sold out. You just have to say that you could youknow that you're not selling any more tickets you'd be surprised how quicklybfor want to buy tickets. You know thes that Tory and I mean Isuppose, the Skare city mindset sort of comes into that place as well, becauseyou know whe. You often crave things that are in Shur demand, but you know,apart from that, it is a fact that you know people think people are reallyreally thinking the way they'r thinking worksis well, everyone else is seeing. It must be good, so I need to watch it. Ineed to Co, see it and there's another example of you know something that really triggers me personaltly is is a film reviewers right and I've seenherdics, you know credics ar they really get my blood boiling. The reasonI bring them up particularly, is because I've I've had friends and who, who would say, would not go watcha movie because some critics said that's not a good movie, yeah yeah, it's just that when you know owein mice,Ist watchitg, onlike Yeahnd, let's not watch that movie, but I want to Bochthat movie. Well, no, it's shit because that person said is shit. You know notmaking your own mind up. I mean you know. The thing about critics is-and this is real interesting because- and I had this conversation withsomeone before who was sort of specialize in human behavior-and you know we had this chair an Sai. Why does this happen? So what we sortof came to a conclusion was: if you really think about of what critics aredoing right sort of their job to critique, or you know to find the negatives in a particular movie orsomething otherwise. If they don't they just looklike chumps yeah, you know you may imagine cretic going to a movie andshying that movie was incredible. Yeah whutever job woulever, Kno Wuldn't havea Cho so which which is really interesting, and you know so. That'sjust shows that sometimes we're just letting other people make our minds upfor us and not really exploring our options now. Thethe big pone is the big onecomes to as to how we start our live. So when we finish school that you knowa general life would offer person, you know if you were to look at majorityright of people. Their lives would go something like this. They born you know they grow. UrParents Love them slowly, they end up going to preschool. You know they teachers love. Then theybreak you. They end up going to primcy school primary school, this prettydecent time for them. They growing up the exploring the learning but life. You know, then they end up going tohigh school, some of them. Some of them end up building some good social skils,some of them not as much, but you know their parents still love them. Theylearned a lot, a lot lot of things and you know exploring the option as to whothey are going to become now as soon as the school school lifefinishes. For some reason, the learning stops there as well. Some people end up going to universatyand it's often not because that's what they want to do, but it's only because that seems like a reasonable option,because everyone else does it and if you try to Yif, try Ou for you try to get out ofthat sort of thing. You know your parents, your friends, and you knowyour teachers. Everyone will tell you. What are you doing? That's what youshould be doing. I shoud commit the university because go to university isthe only thing you should be doing you know now, I'm not saying you mustisbad. You shouldn't go to inivesting YR. In fact you should, but if that's whatyou want to do, Ritso you know often people Il FinishUniversity, get a job, get a you know if people, so they ill be twosyches again. Some people will end up...

...going to a trade or you know some othersort of scenarios, but there's only few just a handful of option that peopleend up doing, because those are the parts that Bein the most treveled andthey seem safe. Yeah and ANYONA EICATIONAL systemcreates that kind of that function that you just spoke about of doing whatother people are doing. Like you, R, your design, you're. The way you learnis structure in a way that it's kind of preparing you for the job force in away, that's good, obviously, because you're, you know, you're preparing forwhat you're studying for, but it kind of creates a very similar way ofthinking and breeds. A lot of people who are inturned, O kind of think, acertain way and a lot of degrees, don't kind of promote the idea of criticalthinge based off. You know what what are we teaching you and you know that'skind of the cold, hard fats of it and I think, outside of you know your kind ofyour math and your business degrees I mean invident businesss should be somuch creativey, but most of these degrees. It's about this is the coldheart truth, and this is what we've always kind of lived by and then it'skind of like a bleed on effect and hats of people are doing it. So it justbelds and create a society of people are kind of thinking the same way aboutit. Absolutely and often I new universitydegrees, you don't really what you said Lok its absolutely Tue. You don'treally learn about innovation. You don't run you don't learn about how tocreate something. You learn about how something is done, and now it's alwaysbeen done. Yep, Yeh Righ. So that's what happensand you know so. People will finish degrees and, to be honest, some of themwill probably end up getting very well paying jobs. You know you can end upgoing becoming a manager justplay, some people going to med they under becominga tactor, and you know they and they finish their degrees. They get a job,they have kids, you know those areliothe timelines. A little time runstimelines very, but you know it's sort of the same story. You know they liv, they live thelive.They end up bank, probably end up getting a mortgage getting up getting ahouse kitting a house. They have kids and youknow the SCENA Europets for their kids and you know they'll probably live adecent life by their regards or what society told them what the life was,that they should live, and you know they believe. Technically, quitehappily, you know they take a holiday once severes once every year or twiceevery year, depending on what their job ends up being and they lip press o thei, tays outjust sort of going to the job and doing all that stuff and one day it all comes to an end dam andthen they con't. So it's just like o life. That soundslike the cycle of lifeor trambing Yeh. For sure- and this is now, the question is what's wrong withthat right. So that's the question. My question is the question that I proposehere is: Why is that the right option proposing that to me or you, sort ofjust putting that I was just poposing it and I was hoppy Yeais Yeah Nyou havea slight posin there as well yeah that it's interesting, because on the onehand it crects like security, and it gives people you know, gives people direction. Itmight give them a sense of purpose, but the purpose is very limited to that. You know that career choice or kind ofthat lifestyle and people find it very difficult and very hard to move on fromthose situations. Even if it's a situation where they might, you knowthey're very unhappy ind because they spent you know four years didding adegree and they've kind of created this life, or even even people, associatethemselves with it. Like you know, John, does this like Jontan, AC, captain orbills, a Alberryis, a Budjak and those things are good like we all need thosesort of people. You know in our day you no without those people like withoutnot running the meal jobs, but without those sort of nine to five type jobslike we wouldn't be able to. We wouldn't be able to function as society,but it definitely, I believe, that's alarge contributing factor to a lot of people's unhappiness in today's society.Of you know they ever too scared or the then they're not sure how to go outsideof their. You know, area of expertise and loan, something new, and eventhough the kind of the essence of why you started studing Wat o learn havingto do you kind of forget that, as you kind of grow on, and you got a lot ofthings that become dependent on that way of life and then it just like atramvit. Is that vicious cycle like it's very you know, that's very kind ofcold hearded about it, but that's what a lot of people live their life as I inthat vicious cycle? Absolutely absolutely and it's a cycle that willget you in there and you will never sort of you know, there's no escape youend up getting a job and you'll stop...

...paying bills in the bills. Just keeppalting up they just keeping increasing you know. You know, then there's then there's you know inqreasing a like.You know, as in general. What is that to? We called when everything goes up in you, yeah mine, all righteacathink of theword. That's right! It's yeah that that thing you know Sa. Youknow, expenses go up as well. Li cost of living goes up and you just can'tget Oll of the job. You know and sometime people have those flayersthose little sparks and those parks end up getting buried between the bills andthe lives and the kids and everything. Now that's the general, I'm not talkingabout allthe people right. So this is this is a very old school mentality,but I'm not I'm not going to stop there. I'm just going to keep on sort of drillinto this problem, a little bit more and then Sto Sar looking at thesolution and as to effect of it. You know another problemother thing tat happens now more in I'm talking about the Times that we are in ourgeneration, particularly, is a you know: theres, a big Le This, a big movementon that our generation is Yiu, know ontetenewsthey, really up encoming theinfluences in the ondepreneurs once again, they're doing what everyoneelse is doing. They're trying to push it's the majority always goes. You knowwhat's bare with the majorities. No one else is like trying to innovate, hats,that's the biggest problem and even when theyr doing the, evenwhen they are doing their own trepreneur ship and you know first ofall, I would like to say U now, if you're, if you're, following onsomeone's footstep by each step at a time, you know pulling each step,that's been crazy, you know now to know you know no to penew Watti Noi, someonewho takes risk and you know find their own path now. The reason I talk aboutpart is because we keep going on the same part that everyone else is taking.No one is exploring. No one else is doing anything. You know, and it'sreally interesting because I just want to this- is sort of like our littleplatlock Ond, because you know you there's so many people making podcastnow and we're making podcast and Dourisin that we're doing the samething as everyone else, but I just want to. I just want to actually saysomething here about how we've done things. We were doing these kind ofpodcast sort of videos. Before I was chool like one hundred yeah, I meanwith we start doing it in Twoyou, know twothousand a ten twohousand. You knowthe round ten, two thousand and eleven oay to Thir twelve, and I saw aroundthere right so we tar doing in early year. Everything was like weererecolding videos and bootoing blogs, but they were, you know, we've neverdoing him. For you know, publicity B, even I remember that now, like I'forgotten about that, like even Preradio, were doing like those littlecarvlogs and just check yeah. Would y like t yeah? Absolutely so, and wenever did those things because we wanted to be like everyone else. Infact, everyone probably thought that we were silly and for doing those kind ofthings, because you know they didn't think that was like cool or you knowthey probably thought Wa scringe, but we were doing us Wut we did what wewanted to no to whatwhat ends up happening iswhen you people actually choose apart that someone else's, because when youleave someone else's life, what ends up happening? Is You? Will you know it's a simple thing?You will never be. You know you if you're coping someone, you will neverbe the best then because they are the best time ifyou're copying someone serletss. If you're you know, if you, if you'recopying a guy named Jerro, I bring up Jerry a lot if you're copying a guynamed Jerry, and you know, following his spotstar footsteps and as to you,want to become exactly like him, whether et's a doctor or whetherwhether he's Ontuprenou, whatever he is right. If you're foldowing his steps-or you know, there's a whole bunch of people like Jerrys, you know, let's sayfitness Industris, a big one where people all want to become influences,and you know pos pictures of their body and all that stuff yeah you will never.You will never be the best jerry ever because the best Jeryis Jerryhimself, what you can be the best, is the bestyou you know so, which is where you find you authenticity and do things different and you know sometimes thingsmay be hard, but I think the best way to go about it is to find your ownground and be authentic, because if he don't, if you don't find your Wy, why and who? You are? Your Wie is the most important thingever. That's the only thing you should find out. You know why? What's your Wy,you know whether you want to make a difference in the world or whether youjust want to make money and an interesting thing about money is whenyou just want to make money and money when your, why is money is driven bymonetary value? You you won't. Do...

...anything you won't get it simple, asthat reason being the reason being it's sort of that similar scenari's ascarcity mindset because you're chasing something and I'm iw only want to bring this it andbring this in quicklise because think think about it. Think about it like cat right! So have you ever? You know that Skare Tometo so. If there was, there was a experiment done with cat. So let's say:If you dangle a DANGLEA little string in front of a cat right,the cat will chase it. Now, if you throw the CATT through the string infront of the cat, the cat wouldn't cere a shit right yeah. So the reason Ibring that particular theory in it's sort of like money right until you Cherkeep chasing money like that cat. You know you will never end up gettingthat money because you're someone who is constant, worry worriing state ofmoney. So you will never end up getting thei money because you that's who youare? Who you worry about money right? You need to be a different person. Youneed to find your reason why you're doing it and then you kno another thingis and now how are you going to do it? Doyou don't have to do it like how everyone else did, and even even inscenarias, where you do end up doing that things thatae been done before, sowhether you end up becoming a doctor right or an actor right, so in actingindustry- and I talk a lot about this because I have a lot of acting actofriends have a lot of axtra friends. You know they all sort of go throughthe same parth, where you know what everyone else is done to end up endingto end up in Hollygood right and I always say to them iself what ifthere's another way- and they will always reply to me now. This is this ishow it's always been done, and I just look at him and I say, and so you tellg met, there's no otherway. No, but that's how it's always been done. Are you sure, there's nother way, YeahBoll, that's how it's only always been done. So that's always the response and what what I sort of suggested andthere are people out there who have alternative methods. Like you look atthe Doin Johnson, the rock he was an actor he sort of came through.He built a he built, a sort of a fame. He built a name for himself and he wentend up going to movies and he's now the biggest star on the planet. Yes, it's a greate didn't take thet. Hedidn't take the road that everyone else Di. He didn't go to drama school. Hedidn't go to he now he didn't. He didn't go to drama school, hidingfeaturing inty films. He didn't do any of that. You kno I'm not saying thisror anything wrong with those things, but you don't have to do things becausethey've always been done like that. This this Nen ways to do one thing: Doesn't you know and there's no oneright way of metodology of doing something? You know it's it's yeah, so there's no right met. You knowsome. Sometimes things work for people and sometimes they don't. You know. Iwant to use an example here, and I heard this example where, and I can'tremember where from it's like imagine, you're trying to put a nail in a wallright Andif you trying to hammer that in andyou try to hammer that in much as you can and it just doesn't. Goin right know you what you say is aboll everyonejust try, everyone hammers it in and it goes in, but you know maybe would youdo you'd just keep doing it? Would you lo a lot of people? Their mentalitieswill just keep hammering it in until one day going because that's howeveryone else does it, but you know, maybe you can stop there and thinkabout the fact that will, if I'm hammering that in is it a possibility? There's somethingbehind here. There's, maybe there's a metal piece behind the doin need tolook at another place to nail this nil thising am I holding the you know? Am Iholding he the nail wrong way around, or should I use a hammer can neel thatin because you know I've been hammering it in with my hand, but you know it'sjust saying just questioning yourself questioning the path. The dwangr Johnson was a really goodexample of it, because he, you know he perfected his craft of performance andeven though I wasn't acting specifically, he was obviously you knowvery successful one of the most successful I culdly pro wrest thes ofall time. You know that in itself is a it's an an athletic endeavar first andalmost so, it's theyre very much so itso aboutperformance to so it's about building a character, making people believe thatcharacter anm going from there, but his original goal was never to be. You knowthe biggest actor in the world. It sort of just organically came, as he I'msure, developed as a person and wanted to try new things. He sort of fell intoit and I guess that's kind of the limitation of you know getting a degreeor getting a for mal sense of education,...

...one because you you know for a longtime. You feel you know you feel, like I said, to identity, to being that, youknow being that type of person or having that degree, and we sertin allneed like qualifications. We all need things that are going to help us levelup, but that's how you get trapped because then there's no creativity,there's no expension of that. You know. If that sort of thought process is like.Okay, I'm going to become this one thing and stick to this one thing: youknow Iranical enough or Weeven talkig about Jeff Bayzers last night and HesHi's, even maybe even a better excapt what he knows for people that don'tknow Ho's, obviously the the founder in current. You know big boss of Amazon.You know the we bi pretty much the biggest company in the world and he'scertainly the most worthiest person in the world, but he started out. You knowdoing very well at you. High School got into you and he wasn't really sure whathe wanted to do, studied electrical engineering and then went into thefinancial industry. So he was a stockbroker and then I think, by theage of thirty, he was in charge of one of the biggest investment or of SeniorVice presint or somthing of one of the biggest investment firms in the world,and then he sort of realized like Woll. This is like you know. This is greatand I had more money than I knew what to do with, but I didn't really findhappiness and hes. Why was always I want to do? OTHINK BIE, like I want tomake change. I want to help people I want to. I want to do something. That'snever been done before and then eventually that went from you knowobviously creating Amazon and I actually got reminded of at I forgotabout it, but for the longest time Amazon was just like books. It was justlike you buy a book, you know you buy a physical book andthen obviously technology came over Nho by an audio book and then they sort ofbranched out onto that, and you know what we're sort of out outside thescope of Abazon a little bit because they haven't quite hit the Australianmarket. Yet this sort of they here but th. You know still a very still a verynew concept, a lot of people and people ave using it but overseas. It's justlike. If you need I, if you need a plate, you drop a plate. You just go onAmazon, then it's there the next day and that's kind of testimony to hisinnovation that he started out doing one thing he went into something elselike he was leveling up all the time, but he constantly had this thought inthe back of his head like I need to do something I need to be something biggerand we can all do that in our own life s. It doesn't have to be gied steps,but I think if our attitude is about that, then you'll constantly find thatyou know if you want it like some people won't get lucking. They mightfind something when they're young, that they love to do and then pint of bringing it back toHollywood, like th a lot of a lot of actors who make itreally big, they sort of go away in Atset, because they've sort of done itand they realize like well. I don't actually want to do this as much sothought, or maybe I did at one stage, but it's th, the most successful peoplear the ones that obviously have you know insane work ethics and theyobviously work really hard and they're very disciplined and very regimentedabout what they do. And I guess that's the benefit of tertiary education or aformal education. You kind of get taught those principles, but if you hold onto your wire a youremember why you started you know and the pretty much anyone who started,because it's F monetary value don't make it because it just doesn't. Lastlike you can. You can actually burn a lot of money and then you just realize.There's no satisfaction in that. So if you holdinto that Wy, so I looked atinnovate in your own life or that could just be in your own mentality, keepleveling up and you'll just keep doing. You know you keep doing and griingthings that your, I believe, that'll just help, get you towards joy and helpmake life better. Absolutely innovation makes you ivation.Innovation is progression and progression, as we said before,progression makes you happy progression is happiness. Progression is Grothprogressin his life yeah e, His love Shrekis. Let's not talk about that one that'ss,but you know absolutely, and now you know you on the mark. Ther, you know, Jeffpresis is a great example. He always stayed innovative in a sense where they,you know he found another methodology of doing something. I'm sure peopletorted to him at the time and said well, there's no way you can sell booksonline. I mean he started, selling everything online. You know it's. Itsis an interesting concept that when people end up doing it, you know hejust find he sa. Well, you kno. He came up with an IT and made it happen, and you know another example of it isSteve Jobs. He was. It was another great innovator in a sense where youknow he did what you know what what nothing knownever did before. He came up with at the time, computers. You know, computerswere very, not use a family when he was startedworking this't this a real nice documentary about as to what he didBuyou know he made documentary friend. You know he made computers, userfriendly. You know, interface was really the guy interface was a result of you know, Steve Jobs doing it. You know SteveJobs, really pushing their innovation.

Another example of that is, you know,went Steve Job, O steeve jobs himself, so he's probably by far you know youwould always regard him as one of the most innuvated people in the world. Imean you know if if he was alive today, aBunder, but I would have loved to seen, is love to see what he would have done, but you know he dropped out of collegeand but what he did do was he did take up this ti tie of tyography class orColeograph coreocloe grass class, but you know that's where he decided thathe was going to put Nice phont in the computers and that's be the fonts inall. Modern computers came from if it was if he never took that class atuniversity and that's the only class he took because he really dropped out ofuniversity, and you know he took that class and hedidn't take that class. You know he would have not. You know we would havenot had we've not had any modern any fancy phone in our computers. So just goes to show. You know how much how important it is to be innovativeand to do things differently right. No now these are the these other examplessthat you can look at and there's so many people out there who doing it, butnow the's, just there's just different ways to do things, and if someone tellsyou that there's only one way to do things and you need to stick is youneed to stick to it? You can tell them to fuck off, and you know, to be honest,people will make you feel pretty shirry about finding your own part, because itmakes them feel uncomfortable. You know, makes people feeluncomfirtable that you are. You know you're finding your own path, which is,is completely different, and is you know it's one of those things where people are afraid? You know almost that? How could someone like you is youknow? How could someone just take complete new part, because you know itgoes against everything they know. You know inneed another example here I work inonce again technology and you know business so where we look at you know where we look at howbusinesses perform and try to better businesses. So you know, increase theoperation in operation efficiency and I find you know. One of my jobs is tolook at processes and how certain things are done and you know whet. I would go in andlook at how people are doing things and showing up people are still doing. You know the old pen and paper and theexel sheet, and you know it's like they living in the s right and I come in anso well. You know we can replace all that with this thing and you know theysure enough and the first response I get is it's always been done like that yeah yeap. Well, she know that's theresponse. I get. It's always been done like that. What does so? What? If that's always been donelike that? Why why why? Wouldn't you not change? Why wouldyou not upgrade right? You know you, don't you don't it's like you know it's like anything in life. You knowyou think about the progression of things. You know time changes thingschange, you have to change your mentality and if you don't do that, youknow if you stick to that, you know. Surely enough, you will be out of thegame sooner R later you know it's like you know. Let' sayif there was a you know, ther was a doctors prescribed you medicine forsomething you know four years ago and whenever you get sick, you still keeptaking that because that's how you've always taken it. That's not how it works. That's notwhat you do and you got ta up this a upcrick right and that's like the same.That's a practical example of what you just sayday, like that's the sameprinciple like imagine, yeah imagire, doing something that worked. Andi guess that kind of goes back tothe loop and the track of your formal education like if you're only taughtthis one way, then that's kind of the only way you know, but if you've gotanother way, that's more efficient like be open to it. Let it you know, let itembrace it and learn about it and you're, probably going to make yourlife easier. That's a beautiful thing about technology, it's all aboutconstant enovation for sure and that's and life is aboutinnovation, and I think w we get inuvrate and there's there's a way ofdoing everything as well and so many people would you know, I suppose, theye almost afraid. Isuppose where they you know, they don't want to explore. What's outthere, what arther options- and you know what I said before, which is apretty big dus to you- know, find your own path and I'm talking about smallthings. Now we' taln about things like you know, or you know you, you know,let's say you've been working at a job for let's say eight years, and you knowwhat you do. Let's say you print the orders right, you brint the orders and then you stapt them, and then youknow you write on them saying done if...

...you process the order and then you'vedone it and now you know someone comes in and tells you Oll thatcan be done. You know automatically in a computer system, and I guarantee you,you know what the first response Wuld be from. That person has been doing it.Well, it's always been done like that. If, if I ain't broken, Wy boy fix it well, because here's more efficient wayto do it, yeah O it comes that thatprobably comesfrom a little bit of a fear of you know, job replacement, but then that wouldjust force you to evolve and take on a new position or do something like that.Like you've got Ta, you've got to be willing and open, and that's a greatexample, because that happens so com, so common, I'm sure and I'm so surethere's so many people out there that have worked in a similar atmospherewhere there was something that you know at first, it felt very scary and itfelt like well. This is going to take over this is going to change. You knowthe way we do things that may be the comfortable feeling af the way we do it,but, like it's better like it, is more efficient than if you the moreefficient you are in life like the better, the more things you can getdone, the more time we have to get things done. That was a great yeah,that's a great analogy, but well that's it right. That's it andyou know thes, that's it. You Got Ta, be different, an you, be yourself right,that's it and there's another there's another there's another areawhich is completely you know so people in regards to sothis. This is very business I was talking abut. I was talking about theirbusiness career, who you end up, choosing to become in a person, and now,if I talk about you know in more at a personal level, why so people in? Ifyou look at attraction, I tattraction is a very interesting oneway. People will be attracted to people that they pur group and people aroundthem. Think that are attracted, and you know you know they know, Damnwell what they. But you know that person is attractive. A let's sae andI'm talking about, like I, let's say person a you know, finds person beattractive, but you know his Ba. The PP group is not particularly attracted to thatkind of person. That person will end up saying. Well,no, I'm not attracted to present be because Expo at because my per groups have, youknow, think they're not attractive. So now that's an interesting one, becausenow that's at personal level- and I just want to you know, say how muchthat influence happens. You know because you're listening toliterally listening to what people are saying and you are letting theminfluenceis, not even thinking of there's another way right, you're notbeing different. You are not being yourself because you're attracted tothat person, but because you know you what your going to you have to go withthe crowds, if the crowd doesn't think they're not attractive, so you have to.You must think they're not attractive, because you know. Obviously there mustbe something wrong with you if you find them attractive. What do you think of that? One Olanexample Youi think you rattled my brain there alittle bit, I'm Tryi to comprehend it. It's is it? Could it be that people is there a fear of failure with it like it sounds verygeneral, but is you know? Is that way? Obviously, there's like a like a cheapesk way of looking at it where you're soll ar following you know, maybeyou're worried about saying the wrong thing or doing the wrong thing. Do youthink that maybe people just continue to follow the same way, because it'sjust a comfortable feeling like it's? It's familiarity, maybe well it justworksso that I mean it works. It works by change. You know once again it goesback to the thing. What people keep saying to me. Why change something thatworks? That's that's a whole problem yeah theway of thinking, because you know thei, friended, theyr saying you know. Let'ssay I'm friend saying well person be the x kind of people are attractive thewhy kind of people are not attractive, but you know for some reason. You findthe why people attractive but youeknow going no say you're, notgoing to tell your friends and your peers and your family, because that youfo because well, I guess you you know Yo. They must be right, so you're goingto go with them because it works for them. So I has to work for you and I really want to like how crazy isthat that you are attracted to someone. But you know you question your owninner. You question yourself because you know that's what your pearies do.That's Whar, your friends, whowent! That's what so site it does, and it'svery interesting because if you think about how these things endup in an attraction is a big one people. You know, and I see it all the time andI see it all the time where people are you know.

People are attracted Ta, certain kindof people, and then you know I now yo look at a person and see what kind ofperson theyare what with right. It's almost like. It's almost like you canjust predictit what kind of person they would be with right, yeah base what they are, and it's really interesting, and I findthat really interesting because is justit's just interesting- how itworks, because they're sticking to what the everyone knows and you know theydon't want to break any boundaries and because you know hey, don't want to doanything, and you know it's so I'll. Tell you what happen Locken I'll,tell you what the fear is right. It's the Rosa Parks example. You know RosaPark who protested. When was it when you know equality between the black people and I'm allowed to sayblack people, because technically a brown o you just m aendwi would neversay that wel but yeah. So you know she was standingup with that and she stood up and she Wu got ridiculed but eventually turnedinto think. But the difference was she stea SA. She did her own Inoi Siow.That was innovation. You know we read about those things and we loveinnovators. Yet none of us want to move, and even though we sometimes willsacrifice what we want just to stick to the method that everyone else is done. Yep I find that fascinating, but I don'tthink that's a wide way to go about things, noit's very, it's kind of very problematic and very very to the way our society has beenbuilt and it blied like, and I guess it dependson how you are raised in a sense like if you were, if you were encouragedwith things you did like if you were, or if you socialize in a group wherepeople are looking out for each other and trying to get the best out of eachother, then I think more of them not like you'll help, each other to growand you're going to continue to grow, and I think that's the beauty of havinglike a real, diverse group of friends at he can kind of beout ideas of eachother, and you can hear different ideas from different perspectives and you gointo things with a mindset of growth and kind of looking for what know kindof the deeper meaning of things but like. Why is this thing donedifferently? And I guess that's a problem when you have maybe a similargroup of friends or you know similar work, environment or anything like that,like you're, just not forced to go outside of your COMPA Sone, a lol F,the time so you just don't like obviously being uncomfortable isuncomfortable. So it's like it's something that, if you're not forced todo you generally won't and that I guess that idea or that that point youbrought up about that similar. You know that similar way people dress in thesimilar way. People look like it's that feeling of it's that feeling of comfort.That's not forcing that's forcing you to be the same. So even though it mightfeel like it's the right thing to do, and it's like the safe thing to do it.You really just blending in with each other and you're, not actually using.You know what we 'll have a unique personality, trait to better bettersituation or just kind of continue to grow in life. It's so easy to do like Ialways find myself slipping in a way I thought- or maybe I might consume acertain type of media for a while and then eventually I just start to startthinking in that way alone, and I don't sort of broader my spectrum. So it's like as long as I'm thinking like on to endlike problem like kind of problem solving is like. Why is this the caseand then what can I do to help so o counteract that? I feel pretty goodwith it, and I feel I can pick up from a lot ofter people when they closesminded. But if you sort of aren thinking of that way, then it's veryeasy to kind of get blinded by yourself and then that kind of rolls on fromther- and maybe that's like I'm kind of guessing a little bit by that happens.But I think the people that I've dealt with that have that similar personalitytrait or those examples that you talked about ththey, often very often they cual isminded and it might not even be their own fault. It might just be the waysthey ere raised or whatever else, but they they all have that in common and it'sjust like a it's a trap, it really is well the sad parties, that's roughlyhalf of the word, probably more IFYEAH, that's right! That's right, yeah andlike yeah, I think we've got us. We've got asociety of people here who are pretending to be open minded, yet they pretending to be open, mindedrest to their. You know. What does open minded really means. Open minded meansthat you're open to possibility of the life possibilities of life. Possibilityof the work. You know, that's what it means, but what they're doing is they areal watat? They just saying that they open minded, but yet they keep doingthe same thing to what everyone else is doing. I mean you, don't not reallyopen minded, then. Are you yeah the opposite for sure it's completeopposite, you know and which is which...

...is fascinating. Bok, because I can everyone whos told me that they openminded. I can geit it. I can there's few things. I can list bout, notfitthing majority of things about them. I can say well. This is what you there.This is the you right there you're following everyone else. It's the sheep, sheep mentality, justfollowd, the hood. You know and it's a it's a disease. I almostwant to say because a in society in life, this a construct that we live inand there's so many things that are there and no one ever questions right.There I mean: There's a there's, a website actually really funny website.It says the most useless rule, laws doe ever question those laws, right theses,other things you know yeah yeah in society. Like you know, if you don'tmet religion, has certain rules and you're like well what a ack you know oryour parents would put certain rules. You know your friends will put certainrules in and you know it', it's a it's a thing like or you know, I'm going touse a greoat example of Wen es an example here when people say- or youknow just a small example here, oh by de o, why do you Che with yourmouth? Open wine? Oh, like you have to sit while beating or you know you haveto have breakfast so these things that are listed out just quickly. They wererandom things like you know, for example, you have to have breakfast see.That's really interesting because well Yin. Everyone just believes at that. Wehave to have breakfast and noral really questions. Well, should we have it? Weshould do we need to be. You know our teachers told US Boll. Our mom to mymom, told me that you should av breakfast. So I'm going to havebreakbcase. I guess everyone must be right. Yeah oways breakfast is the mostimportant ill e day. What gets your day going Wat you O to it's? Not It's, but you know Locklawhat's interesting. Is Our bodies were always telling us not to have thatbreakfast yeah? You know no one! No one wants to eat in the morning, so ourbodies were telling us not to have breakfast, but we forced ourselve, andeveryone has breakfast it's a thing because that's what society does and iscames seling? You always do so you do it with that. Always thinking why youdo it that's right and it a Omi, it's sort of based a little bit of old,sights and Pi. I guess the idea that you know youneeded to. You need food to help get your day going when you know we knowour ancestory was not that our the intestry was the opposite. It was likeyou sort of ate at night and then Hou fasterd throughut most of the day, andyou sort of spent the day doing things so you could eat at night and yeah it kind of became yeah. Itobviously became a social norm, an it's just one great example, something thatwe do yeah f. no one questions it on questions. It what's happening thatpeople just doing it and you know there's an other examples. Like youknow, when people say to you, you know all you need to have table manners orlike no. The fuck are coming up with thesethings like what is these things who people are coming up with? You knowthat's not like Manoris, like Wel fuckying know I want to you know I wantto like the inhi example of is like Obod. You should eat this with a four,because Iu should well what if I want to eat it with what my hands you know.Well, it's not polite, but the Fucke you mean it's not polite. You Know Wha,that's just an example right. You know who came up with their rule and thisthat's I'm just using those rules, because I hear them a lot. My parentstell me to you know, or you have to eat like these, why you know, and I'm goin that's a littlebit extreme. You don't have to have to do those, but those are just some mallexample Han. No one ever questions what happens there is it's a great minde to have Oria justthat question, just quoson everything, fel questionn everything else, yeahquestion everything. What are you doing? I mean I dare to God in a day and seethe things that you do and ask yourself hy. Why do you do them right? You know they. If you wake up in themorning- and you know, you may have a habits I mean Ata, I know people aregoing to get very angry at me for saying this. But the way we are at the moment it's verypseudocody, as in very Wele, like an algorithm right, so ill grethem has hasboundaries right, I's, very safe I'lgoithm. It's the way it works. Is Iwake up? Should I do xwide said yes? No, yes, the society says I should do it.Yes, okay, I will do it. Should I do exwel said to society say. Should I doit? No, oh! Should I do it? No because society saysno, but there's no question happening as towhy, because you at tha moment, there's no difference between you and theprogram is in the programming is coming from society like Asi New People aroundyou, you know there was a. There was a. There was a examination town on few people and theysaid people who took a political stands...

...on. You know particularly said theystood by certain party was actually not because that's what they thought, butin fact, because what thes social programming was but yeah yeah that makes sense, doesn'tit absolutely and so thes these other things as well like you know, and weend up CET. So this that's is an example. We don't we just consume,which is it's called. We do what everyone elseis doing, no one's questioning anything and you know who are you voting for?Why are you voting for someone? Do you do you know much about it? I mean Idon't no Australia a right all. I Min Australia. It's really interestingbecause the democracy system right it's great, it's great but at the sametime most people wil wote for someone, but you know an average Australian oraverage American or everage. Anyone else doesn't really know who they'reworting for or what they're voting for they just do what he, what they' doingright, yeah, yeah, thic, Ust doing it or you knowthey would sit around and talk shit every now and then, but you know,that's it. No one's really doing anything, and youknow, and once again like you know, the the big one is another on. So this is ainteresting at so you know, I've had I've run into people who are greatadvocate for climate change, and you know apropes wo them for that and I'veseen those exact people bring to five hundred pages of fucking bullshit,because that's how it's been done before and that's how they've Olway donalways done their job. You know it's so interesting because they a advocatingfor climate change. You know I want. I wild normally give them proplems for it,but I almost have a feeling that they're doing it, because everyone elseis doing it because on the other side, if they were questioning one of thosethings, they would go well, I'm a great advocate for prior. You know, climatechange. Should I be printing five hundred pages? You know what I mean: Ta e Hat, I'msaying these now question happening like bat was my mind like? How is thatpossible? Like? Are you that insane? It is that how mechanical you are and I'm to like you know, I'm talkingto myself here as well. At times you know, I'm I've always been a little bit. You knowpersonally and a Loto. I know you haveinwe've been always sort of like alittle bit different sort of like you know, we've been a bit alternaate,ulternate alternative yeah, it's a thats me like we've been done thingsdifferently, you know, but it's more so questioning things right, it'so. Whyare you doing something what's happening? You can't advocate for can'tadvocate for climate change and go to work and print five hundred pages,because well that's how I sopis to when there's complete there's another way todo it. You know, I'm not talking it. Let's say you know. If you someone outthere, he don't blame clima change. Why would you still waste paper? You knowjust this is an example. Are you question? Should you question that? Butyou should because when the printing metodology came around, there was a lotof paper and that's what people did right and that's you know they didn't.They didn't have computers, so they did. Printing, we have diffe Wen a differentscenario now, so you should do something different, maybe should lookinto it. Maybe should consider it you knowit's just a great x, it's justanother example, and you know, and then so many example that people do andpeople people sort of stand for different things, because you know onegroup of their friends or what everyone else is doing. Then you know that'swhat they've done so you conforble with and it just ends up being a cycle andthey never question anything yeah. That's far less and I guess that's the problem withidentity politics or that a lot of the I don't want to use the word socialjustice, but a lot of things and a lot of reasoning that people do things like.I guess, if you're doing something, because you you know someone else toldyou to do it or you don't look too far into it and you sort of do it likeyou're, actually kind of Blindedto the shortcomings and you're blinded to thehypocrisy of it, because you're doing it for the wrong reason and anyone whodoes anything for the right reason. Wor, do the things tae right way becauseyou're just constantly looking at it and I? Why is this happening? What do Ineed to do that there and that printing things are great example like if youactually really you were doing it for the right reason. You would, you wouldsee whelliterally Y W, this paper came from trees and the trees are w needmore trees to be able to Brathe it to live and obviously to impave less onnature, but you can yeah. You can absolutely pli that into many differentthings in life. I think the big thing with like kind of ther politicalspereis, how a lot of people feel it's not so much male but thisis, certainly like a kindof an Agran with the I get. What guess what you wouldcall the like left, leaning, political people, so the political left, believethatthere's you know, there's a very select...

...few people at the top that make a lotof decisions and we're all kind of affected upon that and there's a lot ofyou know, there's a lot of power at play there and people not sharingthings around, but I think time the people that go. You know the peoplethat think that way, ththey're creating their own sort of very closeminded way of thinking thatthey're not being open in themselves because the's kind of going so far theother way and they just not thinking very much like they're, just so biased,O so wrapped up in kind of the principle of it or what they believe.Not even they believe they're doing the right thing. So I don't actually thinkthey are they're doing it for the wrong reason, and once you kind of realize that you canyou figure out, a lot of people are just born shittyng like they're, justfucking Theye just made it just going with it. I mean I'm Goingna, I'm gointa quote Jo RoganHare actually is pot relevant. You know we there's people out there and wesometimes you know you can almost you can entertain the thought that there'speople out there, someone out there who's controlling it out, Tiscontrolling it all these people out there. You know, there's some verypowerful people out there controlling it all, and you know what yesdayismarketing in this advertisement. That is very well designed, and we talkedabout this in the you know: apto episode three and about this, how theinfluence works, but you know, but at the same time you know, I think,there's more chances that people are just dumb as fuck yeah yeah and unfortunately it soundsvery harsh, but I now I'm not yeah is you know, I think majority is thatversus you know someone out there whos controlling it all there's morepossibility than we all just dome an spack Yep People Aaly led easy B. Maybe wenot you know? Maybe dams nothe wite bird to use, but we are very easilyinferes. We know Questionin, you know, there's there's a you know. I have ayou know. I have even some good friends, you know even thise few people havevery close to me would always say to me s that you know. Well, you know you getsomething like that. You know I'm actually our going to use an example,I'm not going to quote Ar name, but it's a pretty interesting example, but you know you'd have I have friends whowould say to me? Well, you know someone is lucky because they have intelligenceright. Well, you know, and that's who I am that's just who I am you knowthey've accepted, who they are. You know and once again, tonny robins talksabout it as well. He goes when did you decide at what day? Did you decide? That's whoyou just that's just who you are you know you know so many people wi saywell, that's who I that's just who I am that's. How I do things or you know.Intelligence is a interesting one, because you know people get told that avery early age wey they fit in a slogt and you know, and they just sort ofspend rest of their lives there. You KNO intelligencece intelligence is ainteresting one. Where you know. I personally believe that intelligence ismore to do with effort than actually genetically being gifted yeah, most defily dod. You know what Imean do to get what I'm saying so, yeah, it's discipline, it's it s! Now it'swell a discipline, it's an ephe, it's an effort to learn and to be constantlyin a growth mindset. That's it it's more effort, it's effort. You know a great example of is like, for example,people say who I can't Cook ifuck did was I born by was it was awere other people born knowing how to Cook Yeah? You know you know how. Howdoes that work like? Why are you saying that do yourself? You know why are youputting yoursuff in their minds is like well, that's just who I I can't cook,because you know someone Fatas the problem, no one's questioning it. Whatis it a possibility that I'm not? I have never really let how to cook youknow and, and people blames like well other people Ar Smart and they justlearn how to cook o a the fucker they put efter in this this time. People wesee it's like you know, Ian Error, itro Noa, I heard people. I saw the comments,son, conomicrigaficelok or EAS. You know forty million or sixty milliondollars or forty million dollars in forty. Second, I'm like Hese, stupiderShit. What about the training? What about the effort? What about know allthe years of crine that it took to be there at the Poit? But all you saing isthe forty second that he made in forty million dollar or sixty million dollars yeah, that's right and that', that'skind of a whole! Another idea! That's why that's why I watch fights at homenow, like I can't actually go out and watch. I can't actually go and watch becausethere's a lot of like there's a lot of stupidity that goes into the sport,because people have a very close minded way of looking at it's like. Oh, whywill I pay for a Fine Day Hen? He Goes F R, forty seconds and it's like almost don't, have the effort to gointo it, but that that way of think like that very closemodered way. Thinking like you could actually answer that for yourself inten seconds, alts an athletic competition, there's two peoplethrowing punges at each other. If someone goes down as soone hits SOMM inthe right spot, they're probably going...

...to go thet, you know if he is he's nothe just that he's not getting paid for ny million dollars, because he askedfor him he's getting paid forty million dollars because he brings into hundremiion dollars. Whoever revenue like it's like fuck me, absolutely absolutesure. You don't have to know that exactly, but you have to justunderstand that, like these sort of things, don't just happen like and it'snot, I think that's just insecurity and that's just people. Sport brings outlike the best and the worst in people. Absolutely you know there's one of thegreatest thing. One of the greatest sorry on the great sayin goes: People get paid, not wharth their time,not for their time, but for but they're worth yes simples. That increase you of whatyou know. If you want to earn more money increase your worth Atyo.Actually you know want to talk about something, and he innovation comes intothat as well. You know you can innovate how you get paid. You kno this 't, areally cool example that I saw the today and he said a bar of iron in close about five bucks.Like you know, I think it was he killof in. I was like a hundred grams of Irond,whatever I forgot, what it was yeah. If you make a hose shoe out of it, you cansell for twenty bucks. If you make, if you make what else was it you know,if you can make point going out? No, I don't think itwas Corse Yeah! That's right! If you could make those watch dials, what arethey called? You Watch kys Yeah e yeah. You can sell those up to you know onKno, hundreds of thousand, because you know, if you put in watches, like thosewatches God for crazy prices, but this is an example. You know some of thesewatches. You know you look at some watching watch companies and some ofthese watches are like hundred thousand dollar watches right and which isreally interesting. Fo example, because the mechanics are the same, I aren'tthey, but they just selling a different. What they're worth, which is interesting, as so, you knowhow you innovate, because that's what it is, innovation eaand, which is really so you know,that's the whole idea of what I wanted to talk about today and you know it's. You know, that's me, but you know. Ireally think that W as a society there's something wrong here. I feelwhat are you thalgks about Youre, closing pot, yeah? Okay, okay, now andit's not yeah, it's not just you like it's, because you're you've made a realconscious effort of deciding that's the way you want tolook at life and the way you want to work towards life, and then you justare in a state of concant improvement and like what we spoke about. I thinkprobably every episode, likeself orrded Yo, like being honest with yourself andbeing honest with everything else, and once you pint of get that clarity ofyour own actions and your own thoughts, you kind of drift. You can use that ine, every part of life and and it's just a basic principle ofbeing diligent with it like you just have to just be just be thinking aboutit, like don't, don't n, take it seriously, bwause, I your serious, butit doesn't have to be stressful, and I think it's just important to to still have empathy like. We stillneed to understand that everyone has their own circumstances and reasons fordoing things, but ultimately, if you're, if you're, constantly working on a wayto get better and or constantly work on a way to improve,then you're going to find yourself innovating in your own life, likeyou're, going no you're going to be the Jeff Bezos of your own world in likeyeah ye you're, not gonna, you're, probably not going to cras. The nexttime is one but you're going to continually improve and get better.Well, you know th, that's the IT LOCA! So just quickly on that one, maybemaybe you could create the next emizon. You know yeah, that's it! That's!That's o! That's a AL idea of it. Maybe you will create the next emisone, butyou know who's telling you that you can't yeah exactly and if Youh justdon't live in that mindset. If you can't live in the mindset of like you,can we live in a time and age where there's so much chance and choice andopportunity to do so. Many great things and definitely like I found myself likereally always frustrated with the way things were and being told things forreally poor reasoning, and I guess that's why my account for that was tobe over analytical and you know to kind of come at it from a different angle,but what it did is it just made? You know the same sort of thing. People arees, your really really small or you look at things openly, Ojet, that's agood way of looking at it's like I took time an like. I was the same. Icouldn't cook the shit and I used to say: Oh I'm just not going to cookingnow I just fingured, I just never tryead, you know I just never nevergave it a go and then once you give it a go, we all have our own strengths andthen all of a sudden like fuck, I lovecooking. How and it's a beautiful it's a beautiful thing, but if I didn't tryand I just stayed and was like stuck in Mi mold ways of saying- Oh, you know Ijust can't cok with an guess what I'd...

...still be eating. fucking, fries and I'dstill be blute twenty hias overweight. So we could do it. You know lise cap nw,everyone has the power and the opportunity wild have in a world whereresources are these incredible resources right. The OInternet is available to everyone. Everyone can learn everything and it'sbrilliant that you this. You know you can do a lot. You can do anything youwant to now. Don't let those self limiting beliefs stick around questioneverything and this I just want to bring something up et this to actuallyscenaries. That personally happened to me. I remember so one of my actuallyrelatives said to MDISTME. I said: What are you chasing I'm like? Well, youknow what I'm chasing is you know I want to. Personally, I want to you know,change the word. I want to see the difference in what I want to makepeople better. I goant Ta Oer do all these things right and in the process.I would like to be a billionaire as well I that was my answer. You knowvery ver, cheek ant, but by they thought it was a Chiek enter by allmeans. I believe Tha one hundred percent IIS, not a part of me whodoesn't believe it. I believe it one hundred percent yeah. You know what was the responsethey laughed and they said to me he goes. Are you crazy, ther's, like onein millions of millions of people who end up doing something like that, and Isimply I simply propose this. Is there anyone who said that oneperson out of the million is not going to be me? Yeah simple! Is that that'? That'sright, simpat's, right the attitude that you have towards it and theattitude that they have towards it. I'm sure we. If we really went deep, wecould find that bleed into all Ayes of life. It's Al Yeah Yeah. Yes, a hundredpercent like that pessimistic negative yeah, you canot do things insead oflike. Well, THAT'S UNBELIEVABLE! Like man, that's awesome that you think thatway like go for it fosure. Thank you appreciate that this I ote A. I want touse hiits. Another example use here and now like what we're talking about justabout cooking, which is a great example soallrigh. You once had a friend I'MNOT, going to say names, but let'ssay they were the same ethnicity as made right and othing about Pekasanipeople. They are a little bit entitled in Weird Ways: Theyr lovely people theyprobabl on this Theyr, very smart people. They pobab one of the Swedistpeople on the planet they kind, but sometimes they can be entitled,especially to their own, the own people Qoreuncote right yeah,and you know I reerso one that someone onesaid to me and he said No. They didn't say this. They didn't say to me, but I heard itfrom a source and you kno people goes gossip, so yeah eerything's veryquickly. So these guys said to me said: Well, you know an neo cancel brorkingon all these jobs, but you know he never helps me out, but you know, buthe never helps me out. I've got the same qualifications asm. In fact, I'vego more qualification than I could probably do all the jobs that he'sdoing so. You know it's not there's nothing special. You know he should getme a job there. I could do the job better than him and all I thought whenthey said that to me I said if he could aid to the job better than me. Youwouldn't need me to help Yeu artiget you get that get you that joboky yeahit Yo could possibly do the job better than me. If you could do what I coulddo, you know which you know. The sad thingis Li S. I think they probably could butthey're doing the same tig because they're not loing it that for they justseeing how well he's doing is it must be easy. No, it's all about effort,it's just the thing, so theyr bood selflimiting beliefs, which issomething like you know, WBAT. You said I can't cook well, fuck morthe peoplecan cook. I can't cook I s, it's not that simple, like it DOE's, not how itworks. You know there'se people out there. You know, one of the greatexample is because I do a little bit of I did. I studied acting as well alittle bit and one of the great things, the great interesting things thathappen, so many people believe t and they're very strong, believes aboutthat. They cant Sing Alright and its really interesting inacting school. They did this. You know we had this singing class and theybroke it down. It was amazing the people who couldn't sing sying the best wow yeah. It was incer because it wasit was there was a mathod ont lit yo. Do it and the people wo Yeh seing whatthey did. They put effor into learning, because they' hard tooer school, sopeople seen shing theyr like worlfucker or consuming rody ascinating is liketuif yeah yeah,that's a very yeah. It's a very funny insidt into how psychology thepsychology the mind will work like the you think that you're you know, andthat's one thing that Gary vanichuck talks about is like your strengths,like doubling down in your strength like you, don't do a rest on them. Youdon't just say: I've got this bit covered like I've got to go like thatthing will go like in in the ID like the idea that the people that couldn'tsing had and they improved out of site because they listened and they learntand they weren't close minded and...

...picgheaded about it, and I'm guessingwhere you're in that class or is that something that you were just that wasjust Youi was looking yeah oid imagined you werether one of those guys that gotin there and actually was Tabe to Puncil yeah yeah is good yeah, it's good fun. You know we, it was likeyeah, it was like you know, you saying something funny you know yeah, yes,yeah it was fun, but this's is thiss is an interestingconcept. WBUT ends up happening right, but yeah. So I'm just Goino t do somequick, closing remarks. This has been a interesting one and you know, I thinkis nonetheless is a very important one as all of our podcast Hav peen. So far,I think I still love our last podcast or so, if you haven't heard that one soplease check it out episode six. It's GOING TO BE UP SOON! Well, it'll be upbefore this ONSO. It doesn't make sense. Yeah, THAT'S RIGHTEPISODE YEAH! This isepisode, six Yeahbut Yeah, so you know question everything see. Why are thingsdone certain ways? There reason why they're being done that way? Is there abetter way that can be done? You know, don't do don't put selflimiting believson yourself. You know, and you know, if you're advocate, forsomething and Bin a question. Are you question yourself? Are you now advocatefor something because everyone else is in advocate for it or do you reallytruly believe in the caurse? You know if you believe in the Col couse by allmeans tick Bya, one hundred percent go all in, but then don't be doing. OtherShit, like you know, if you're an advocate for you know, climate chain,don't be printing five hundred pages yeah, don't like Ese e stay true to itsday, treat ouself and yeah. I that stay true to as well yeah, and I trulybelieve I truly believe that everyone is capable of being their own greatself. Even though, is previously, I said everyone is dumb as buck yeah yeah.Well, everyone has of ottential most people yeah most people. Will you knowit yeah, that's in that's! The attitude to have is that people can change likeeven thow, most people statitically. Why it's like the attitude to have hesa people work so thatmof? Let you cose up. This is e a good oneonce again loving with podcast, but I like in Terapup yeah to so much fun man and, of course, if you're not already follow uson instagram check us out, spotify apple podcast, how Ev Youre listeningthrough her give us a review on that platform. Thato'LD be really great.Feedback will be awesome to just to. Let us know what you guys like what youguys thought to get involved with a chat to like send us a messures whatyou thought like, if you fought your way off, maybe you had. Maybe you thinkthat way or you had you know, someone wh thinks that way, and you kind ofwondering why, like sometimes a different perspective, cangive you the answer. So yeah definitely do that and, as always weo appreciateyou guys listening. Thank you, my brother. This is another fluck, anawesome and very encightful podcast. I found myself just listening to youTalkan. I couldn't. I couldn't come up with thoting to say not because Iwasn't listening but because you were just like you kind of just went in aspace that I I wouldn't say I didn't know what was going on, but I was justlike man like you're, just you're, just dropping bombss, like you just keptdropping bombs on me and I'm just I'm trying to thigur what to say. I'm likehe dropped another Bob and I' like Oh, my gosh, but there this is lovely, soYoah. Thank you brother. This is bit yeah, you're, all good,nothing more! Well, good! I'm Goo a IAS. Goinna say thank you so much bortlistening, because it helps me getting those sots out of my head. When I canjust quickly you you, what do you think Likwi just jus, so it's like aselfconformition yeah. I think I ove to o oow Ata, but no, but it's great thankyou so much yeah you to brother Love, you very much mayt. So we have been theclever dummies once and again episode number six. You guys have a great dayenjoy the week big week for sure God lovy Al and has always diin Noer Kisfor et.

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