May 11, 2022

Gettin' Live with Doc Rock

Gettin' Live with Doc Rock

The man, the myth, the legend, Doc Rock will be gracing us with his presence to chat all things live streaming and what it takes to prepare to reach 1 billion people. 

Connect with Doc Rock https://www.docrock.live/findme

Transcript
WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.000 --> 00:00:05.320 And now here's something we hope you really like. You're listening to creating daily. 2 00:00:05.400 --> 00:00:08.599 Yeah, with the number one live streaming show that I'm the host of, 3 00:00:08.720 --> 00:00:17.359 speaks to me. It's like he's saying what I'm thinking streaming. What 4 00:00:17.480 --> 00:00:21.800 is going on everyone? Welcome to another episode of creating daily. I'm your 5 00:00:21.839 --> 00:00:25.320 host, Billy Thorpe. I'm pumped for this show. We got a great 6 00:00:25.320 --> 00:00:27.519 show. I got a great show lined up for you. I get the 7 00:00:27.559 --> 00:00:30.039 man, the mid the legend, doc rock, going to be joining me 8 00:00:30.120 --> 00:00:34.439 in just a few minutes. I already see Gabriel, or gobby's already jumped 9 00:00:34.479 --> 00:00:38.159 into the chat here. Says he took his lunch just to be here to 10 00:00:38.320 --> 00:00:41.719 watch. I hope you're eating lunch, not skipping lunch. It's gonna be 11 00:00:41.719 --> 00:00:44.200 good, but I don't know if it's that good to skip a meal. 12 00:00:44.600 --> 00:00:47.320 But Anyway, thanks for being here. Let us know where you're watching from 13 00:00:47.320 --> 00:00:51.679 in the chat. Super excited about today's episode. Got Doc rock on the 14 00:00:51.679 --> 00:00:54.280 show. is going to be talking about all things live streaming. Who knows 15 00:00:54.280 --> 00:00:57.039 where we're going to go. He's one of the most interesting people that I 16 00:00:57.119 --> 00:01:00.320 chase around the Internet and learn a lot of stuff from when it comes to 17 00:01:00.399 --> 00:01:03.680 this, in particular, live streaming. And here's a goal to reach one 18 00:01:03.799 --> 00:01:08.680 billion people and something I'm curious. What does that look like to prepare to 19 00:01:08.719 --> 00:01:11.280 get your your face, your message out to one billion people? Say, 20 00:01:11.280 --> 00:01:15.640 its pretty cool goal. I love it. So we're going to jump right 21 00:01:15.719 --> 00:01:19.120 into that here in just a few minutes, but before we do, be 22 00:01:19.159 --> 00:01:22.680 sure to hit that like, follow, share, do all those fun things, 23 00:01:22.680 --> 00:01:25.799 because, vanity or not, they mean a lot to me. All 24 00:01:25.879 --> 00:01:27.879 right, that's how I know you love me. is by Sheh. Just 25 00:01:27.959 --> 00:01:30.519 freaking follow the show. Okay, if you enjoy it, just follow the 26 00:01:30.519 --> 00:01:34.840 show. It's going to be fun. And before we get to doc always, 27 00:01:34.879 --> 00:01:37.480 as always, got a little creator highlights. Let's jump right into it. 28 00:01:37.560 --> 00:01:42.519 Creator highlights. No cooking necessary and no assembly required. It's got to 29 00:01:42.599 --> 00:01:49.280 be fuck all right. On today's creator highlight we have Keiley. She is 30 00:01:49.319 --> 00:01:53.120 a discord for creators. Is the name for Youtube Channel. She is helping 31 00:01:53.200 --> 00:01:59.200 you set up discord. Actually found her in doc rocks discord and started watching 32 00:01:59.239 --> 00:02:02.519 some videos of how to set up a discord better. I have mind going 33 00:02:02.560 --> 00:02:05.519 but you know whatever, if you want to jump over there and check it 34 00:02:05.560 --> 00:02:07.919 out, is called creating daily should be in the show note somewhere. But 35 00:02:08.000 --> 00:02:12.479 if you want to learn how to build a place for your community to gather 36 00:02:12.520 --> 00:02:15.840 on discord, that place is kind of like a bunch of aliens live there 37 00:02:15.879 --> 00:02:17.199 and do a bunch of bots and all this crab. I don't really understand 38 00:02:17.240 --> 00:02:21.000 it, but I'm hoping to learn, and so you should do that to 39 00:02:21.120 --> 00:02:24.560 go check her out. So just want to highlight her for this creator highlight. 40 00:02:24.560 --> 00:02:28.199 And also, while you're doing that, while you're setting up your discord, 41 00:02:28.280 --> 00:02:31.919 have a nice cold or Hot Cup of coffee brought you by Maven coffee. 42 00:02:32.080 --> 00:02:37.159 My friends over at Maven create the best. They had the best small 43 00:02:37.159 --> 00:02:40.199 batch Colombian brew, and it's not just because I say so, but literally 44 00:02:40.280 --> 00:02:45.919 the Farms they work within Columbia have one best coffee of the year award. 45 00:02:45.960 --> 00:02:47.879 I think maybe a couple times I might be false advertising the air, but 46 00:02:47.919 --> 00:02:52.520 anyway it's been voted the best coffee. It's all small batch to go right 47 00:02:52.560 --> 00:02:55.960 to Columbia, right to these farms, hand curate these relationships and all and 48 00:02:57.680 --> 00:02:59.719 picks. I mean, I don't know. Anyway, they did a munch 49 00:02:59.719 --> 00:03:01.520 of crap up. That makes them the best so go check them out. 50 00:03:01.719 --> 00:03:07.240 Maven coffeecom and putting there that billy sent you there, the Friends of mine. 51 00:03:07.280 --> 00:03:09.479 I'm just doing this for fun, but it would be nice to see 52 00:03:09.520 --> 00:03:13.360 if you guys are really doing it or you're just are you just here for 53 00:03:13.400 --> 00:03:16.560 the entertainment of me talking about their coffee? All right, now, that 54 00:03:16.680 --> 00:03:19.879 was really fast, man. I should slow my paste down a little. 55 00:03:19.879 --> 00:03:22.759 I'm going to ask stock what he thinks about it, but super excited to 56 00:03:22.759 --> 00:03:24.520 see much people jumping in the chat and I'm going to give you what you 57 00:03:24.599 --> 00:03:28.400 came for. The man, the mid the legend, doc rock. What's 58 00:03:28.479 --> 00:03:30.879 up, my man? How are you? Oh, don't talk. I'm 59 00:03:30.960 --> 00:03:34.560 you did you don't talk. Jesus, I always do that. I put 60 00:03:34.560 --> 00:03:38.159 the I put the mute button on there on the the street deck and I 61 00:03:38.159 --> 00:03:42.280 didn't push it to it anyway. Whatever. God, I got so much. 62 00:03:42.879 --> 00:03:46.080 That's all good. It's all good. A listen. It's very important 63 00:03:46.080 --> 00:03:49.680 that you accidentally knew, I guess, at least once to show I do 64 00:03:49.759 --> 00:03:53.240 it. I think that's the sign of doing it correctly. It's like if 65 00:03:53.280 --> 00:03:57.360 you see a chef and they have no burns and no cuts. Don't eat 66 00:03:57.560 --> 00:04:00.319 a damn thing that they could not a single piece like a you as the 67 00:04:00.360 --> 00:04:04.199 water. He'll no, I gotta go piece out. That reminds me. 68 00:04:04.240 --> 00:04:08.280 Man, one time I was in believes and I was talking about street food 69 00:04:08.400 --> 00:04:10.960 in the guy that was like helping us out there he's like, Hey, 70 00:04:11.000 --> 00:04:14.319 look at their feet. If they got clean feet, eat the food. 71 00:04:14.360 --> 00:04:16.519 If their feet are dirty, don't eat the food. I'm like, all 72 00:04:16.600 --> 00:04:20.360 right, whatever, man, I just played by your rules. So that's 73 00:04:20.480 --> 00:04:24.800 it's funny. But there are certain things, like certain indicators, right, 74 00:04:24.920 --> 00:04:28.000 that you need to know. And it used to be like Gif the mechanics 75 00:04:28.040 --> 00:04:30.240 car was really dope. You're not a good mechanics because this is known thing 76 00:04:30.240 --> 00:04:34.279 that all mchannon's got broke up cars because they busy working on other people's stuff 77 00:04:34.319 --> 00:04:38.519 and his join this loss and you probably can't trust them because they spend too 78 00:04:38.639 --> 00:04:41.759 much time working on the own thing. You know that. It's pretty true. 79 00:04:41.759 --> 00:04:44.439 Man. That's a good point. That's a good point. Well, 80 00:04:44.560 --> 00:04:46.560 that's why I don't know, doc, but if I put that same rule 81 00:04:46.639 --> 00:04:49.040 on you, man, that doesn't apply, because you're actually have a really 82 00:04:49.079 --> 00:04:54.600 amazing live stream shows. You're coaching people. I make mistakes on a regular 83 00:04:54.600 --> 00:04:58.360 basis and I just laugh at him and roll. I think the funniest thing 84 00:04:58.399 --> 00:05:01.120 about life screaming is that so many people want to do it perfect. It's 85 00:05:01.160 --> 00:05:03.879 not intended to be perfect, you know. True, it's true. I 86 00:05:04.600 --> 00:05:09.959 put it to the level of you know, everybody's got that one. You 87 00:05:09.959 --> 00:05:13.839 know, I would leave the grandmother or Nan or whatever you guys you choose 88 00:05:13.879 --> 00:05:15.800 for your term of endearment, for the old lady that birth your mom or 89 00:05:15.879 --> 00:05:20.480 dad. When you when they go into the kitchen, right, you got 90 00:05:20.519 --> 00:05:24.800 some of them that got the measuring cups and do all other stuff, and 91 00:05:24.800 --> 00:05:27.560 you got the other ones that like throw the flower in the air, catch 92 00:05:27.560 --> 00:05:30.439 it back in the hand and just sprinkle it and it's the food is perfect 93 00:05:30.480 --> 00:05:33.720 every time. They're not a there's not a measuring cup to be found, 94 00:05:33.759 --> 00:05:38.759 and the one that they do have is full of like pennies and coupons and, 95 00:05:38.800 --> 00:05:43.439 you know, like stuff that you don't measure. So live streamings like 96 00:05:43.480 --> 00:05:46.399 that in the way. You just throw together what you have in the kitchen, 97 00:05:46.480 --> 00:05:49.120 a stew like a smoke is board. You Make It pop, you 98 00:05:49.160 --> 00:05:51.959 do it what you got and then as you get better ingredients, you just 99 00:05:51.959 --> 00:05:56.519 get better right, but everybody needs to start and just do the thing. 100 00:05:56.519 --> 00:05:59.560 And people still like, I don't know if I should get in last year 101 00:05:59.639 --> 00:06:00.959 and that okay, you keep not knowing. I must stop telling you. 102 00:06:01.040 --> 00:06:05.240 Got To told you fifty times. Either step up or don't be mad at 103 00:06:05.240 --> 00:06:08.959 me. Like ten years from now, you know when I'm spurted, when 104 00:06:09.000 --> 00:06:11.800 my arm is Swartz the naked from the whipping, and he like, Damn, 105 00:06:11.839 --> 00:06:14.319 how you just such a dope whip. I was like, well, 106 00:06:14.360 --> 00:06:16.160 you know, told you to jump into live stream in the NFTS. Would 107 00:06:16.160 --> 00:06:19.240 you was ignore me? Oh Oh, just dropped it. Yeah, I 108 00:06:19.279 --> 00:06:21.920 mean that's the thing to write. Like. I even look at myself for 109 00:06:23.120 --> 00:06:26.040 five years ago. My Gosh, I wish you to start doing this sooner. 110 00:06:26.079 --> 00:06:28.160 I wish you would to start you. You know, life seeming sooner 111 00:06:28.199 --> 00:06:30.240 and it's my biggest that's my biggest thing. I'm like, I wish I 112 00:06:30.240 --> 00:06:32.639 would just been sooner. So, man, see a lot of people, 113 00:06:32.800 --> 00:06:34.600 doc. You brought a lot of fans with you. Man, we get 114 00:06:34.800 --> 00:06:40.160 we got God baby got knee in there. Knee likes your microphone sound fire. 115 00:06:40.319 --> 00:06:43.519 So it's not it's just a cover. Don't get it twisted. But 116 00:06:43.600 --> 00:06:46.600 you can get these at dark rock dot lives mic covers. There we go. 117 00:06:46.800 --> 00:06:50.959 there. I got purple, I got orange. A toum Buck to 118 00:06:51.120 --> 00:06:56.240 save me a picture of a sparkly silver one that he bought for heather and 119 00:06:56.319 --> 00:06:59.839 I was like, oh, that's Gloriou's, like I gotta want to sparkly 120 00:06:59.920 --> 00:07:02.439 civil war for my James Brown days. All right, so you brought a 121 00:07:02.480 --> 00:07:05.839 Tom Buck. I follow him on Instagram, obviously, and I saw that 122 00:07:05.959 --> 00:07:09.800 same thing. I didn't look at it. I thought it was a joke. 123 00:07:09.920 --> 00:07:12.480 I thought you're at the aluminum oil around it to be funny, but 124 00:07:12.519 --> 00:07:16.480 that's a room mic cover, my covers. Yeah, it's was it? 125 00:07:16.600 --> 00:07:20.720 Yes, it's as I made the short link because it was just difficult. 126 00:07:20.759 --> 00:07:24.959 There's no affiliate or whatever. The place is called reporter store, if you 127 00:07:25.000 --> 00:07:28.279 want to remember that. It comes from Netherlands. It takes a little minute 128 00:07:28.360 --> 00:07:31.120 to get here, but up their dope. I just wish we had them 129 00:07:31.120 --> 00:07:34.720 not so far away. And because the shipping, your my cover is going 130 00:07:34.759 --> 00:07:39.800 to be twenty four dollars, your ship is going to be forty yell readers, 131 00:07:39.800 --> 00:07:41.959 because I live in Hawaii, but whatever. Well, dude, that's 132 00:07:41.959 --> 00:07:44.199 why it's gonna say it's probably cause you live on an island, because I 133 00:07:44.240 --> 00:07:46.160 also, at this moment, live on an island. And did, I 134 00:07:46.199 --> 00:07:50.120 guess, sure to send me some madphone birthplace like your birthplace, Puerto Rico? 135 00:07:50.959 --> 00:07:54.920 Yeah, by a moment, all right, heck yeah, man. 136 00:07:54.920 --> 00:07:57.720 Well, I love this place. It's one of my favorites. I'm excited 137 00:07:57.720 --> 00:08:01.240 to go home, but it's one of my favorite places to be. So 138 00:08:01.879 --> 00:08:07.279 beautiful island, beautiful island. Let's see what is going on. Games, 139 00:08:07.279 --> 00:08:09.560 since a sort of streaming two thousand and nineteen and still learning so much from 140 00:08:09.560 --> 00:08:13.040 other creators. You know, doc and I, we're just having this conversation 141 00:08:13.120 --> 00:08:16.920 right before the show, that we're always learning, we're always growing, and 142 00:08:18.040 --> 00:08:20.800 you know, you're talking about some stuff about being a heart surgeon. So 143 00:08:20.839 --> 00:08:24.480 if you want to give a little rent on always learning and always position yourself 144 00:08:24.480 --> 00:08:26.439 to learn as a creator, I'd love to hear your thoughts on that. 145 00:08:28.240 --> 00:08:31.160 Well. Well, first thing you got to realize the is that, like 146 00:08:31.319 --> 00:08:37.639 way too many people push around this terminology expert and Guru, and I know 147 00:08:37.840 --> 00:08:43.159 this. The tenzero hour thing has been somewhat debunked, but I will kind 148 00:08:43.200 --> 00:08:48.320 of stick to that because they say, still not a better definition. If 149 00:08:48.360 --> 00:08:52.720 you will, pretty much anybody that has tenzero hours at something, they might 150 00:08:52.759 --> 00:08:56.519 be close to expert. I know for a fact that I have well over 151 00:08:56.600 --> 00:09:01.360 tenzero hours in live streaming because I started when it was not easy. I 152 00:09:01.399 --> 00:09:07.919 started way before, Justin TV. I started before like basically at three hundred 153 00:09:07.919 --> 00:09:09.519 and twenty, hundred and forty resolution. That's how long it must start. 154 00:09:11.120 --> 00:09:16.639 But that being said, still learn brand new stuff every single day, like 155 00:09:16.759 --> 00:09:20.000 every every single day, and they like, Oh, I just guy knows 156 00:09:20.000 --> 00:09:22.480 everything. There's no about and no, nobody could ever know everything. There 157 00:09:22.519 --> 00:09:26.720 is no about anything. It just doesn't exist. It's not possible, because 158 00:09:26.799 --> 00:09:31.159 new stuff happens on the daily basis, right, and you're either seeking to 159 00:09:31.200 --> 00:09:35.840 improve your skills or you're staying stagnant like living where you're at. And I'm 160 00:09:35.879 --> 00:09:39.240 like even a heart surgeon, every time they crack a chest cavity, they 161 00:09:39.360 --> 00:09:43.720 learned something new, because all bodies are different. Like you'll walk in something 162 00:09:43.759 --> 00:09:48.000 you never even seen on the x Ray and right there's an extra full, 163 00:09:48.120 --> 00:09:52.679 UN fully developed ribbon here that soft, so it didn't show up in the 164 00:09:52.799 --> 00:09:54.919 x Ray, but that person actually had two ribs. You know, there 165 00:09:54.919 --> 00:09:58.679 were just in there that you know, just never developed or whatever. It's 166 00:09:58.720 --> 00:10:01.360 not causing any problems. I need to do anything, but it just see 167 00:10:01.360 --> 00:10:05.200 something that they had never seen and it didn't show up in the X ray 168 00:10:05.279 --> 00:10:07.600 and you only knew one should cracked the chest. I used to be in 169 00:10:07.600 --> 00:10:09.799 a hospital, so I know these kind of weird things. He's dude, 170 00:10:09.039 --> 00:10:13.559 that comes from. I was a paramedic. Well, Oh, okay, 171 00:10:13.600 --> 00:10:15.320 that's what I was going to ask you. Where doc came from. A 172 00:10:15.399 --> 00:10:18.720 paramedic makes sense, and you are one of the people, I think I 173 00:10:18.720 --> 00:10:20.279 said this on another stream that we were just kind of hanging out over in 174 00:10:20.320 --> 00:10:24.440 the ekamp community. I mean, you know a lot of random stuff, 175 00:10:24.480 --> 00:10:28.200 like there should be a doc rock nose random or random doc rock or some 176 00:10:28.320 --> 00:10:31.120 kind of podcast, because every time I'm like listening to you, my God, 177 00:10:31.200 --> 00:10:33.200 how does he know all this stuff? Man, I barely even know 178 00:10:33.320 --> 00:10:37.480 my family's names. More or less, you know all the stuff you know. 179 00:10:37.600 --> 00:10:41.720 So I love that about to the tyro's curious and figuring out, figuring 180 00:10:41.720 --> 00:10:46.240 that stuff out. It's important. It's important to stay curious, it's important 181 00:10:46.279 --> 00:10:52.679 to like, basically, if you all right, I have a thing I 182 00:10:52.720 --> 00:10:56.720 always study stuff about things that I have nothing to do with me, because 183 00:10:56.879 --> 00:11:03.200 that's one of the best forms of unselfishness possible. So I might be scrolling 184 00:11:03.240 --> 00:11:09.360 through to Youtube or whatever right and then I'll see something that talks about, 185 00:11:09.399 --> 00:11:13.919 you know, the Oh got what. I can't even say the name because 186 00:11:13.919 --> 00:11:16.000 I don't want to butcher it. I liked it. I like to pronounce 187 00:11:16.120 --> 00:11:20.600 foreign words correctly. But there was a female Chinese empress, bring back, 188 00:11:20.679 --> 00:11:26.799 one of the only ones, and she was like just I don't even know 189 00:11:26.799 --> 00:11:30.960 what the word for it. It's just a super powerful, mean, authoritative 190 00:11:31.000 --> 00:11:35.840 and all of the above. So I sat there and watched an our documentary 191 00:11:35.960 --> 00:11:39.919 on this lady. Right now, I'll go back and watch it again so 192 00:11:39.960 --> 00:11:43.759 I can solidify said knowledge way, because it's interesting. But one day I'm 193 00:11:43.799 --> 00:11:46.120 going to go be somewhere and I'm going to be talking somebody. I'm like, 194 00:11:46.159 --> 00:11:48.240 Oh, so, what's your major? I'm in ancient Chinese history, 195 00:11:48.279 --> 00:11:52.360 and I'd be like Oh man, you know it's fascinating. Is You know 196 00:11:52.720 --> 00:11:56.440 the documentary that I just saw about, you know, the only female empress, 197 00:11:56.559 --> 00:12:00.840 long before they stopped letting females be emperor. Yeah, and never they 198 00:12:00.879 --> 00:12:03.200 how do you know about that? You know, and it they immediately drop 199 00:12:03.320 --> 00:12:07.120 some of their guard and, you know, are willing to talk with you, 200 00:12:07.120 --> 00:12:11.399 a little bit more open, be a little bit more of themselves, 201 00:12:11.399 --> 00:12:16.080 things like that. Right. So this is come across and so many times 202 00:12:16.120 --> 00:12:20.799 where I have been able to talk to somebody on the level of something that 203 00:12:20.840 --> 00:12:24.399 they love, that they understand, that they feel with and again, that's 204 00:12:24.440 --> 00:12:30.399 a very big sign of unselfishness. So many people want to tell you, 205 00:12:31.480 --> 00:12:33.679 I mean, I want to drag the conversation to what they know and not 206 00:12:33.799 --> 00:12:37.840 to what would make the other person feel good. So I think it's good. 207 00:12:37.879 --> 00:12:41.879 I think it also you never know, you might end up on jeopardy 208 00:12:41.000 --> 00:12:45.120 or just being a bar somewhere and they're like, oh, we're giving out 209 00:12:45.120 --> 00:12:48.960 free food for whoever can answer these five questions, and I feel bad for 210 00:12:50.000 --> 00:12:52.600 them when they do that mess if I'm sitting there because I'm fitting eat. 211 00:12:52.759 --> 00:12:56.720 Ladies and Gentlemen, Doc Rock Trivia, champion of Hawaii every year since two 212 00:12:56.759 --> 00:13:03.039 thousand and two awesome it's whoo see ten. That's the name. Will See 213 00:13:03.039 --> 00:13:07.039 ten, that's that was the lady. See now you know. There we 214 00:13:07.080 --> 00:13:09.879 go. Now I'm stay information. I'm about to check her out. Man, 215 00:13:09.919 --> 00:13:13.399 so doc kind of all the creative things that you do have done in 216 00:13:13.440 --> 00:13:18.679 your past. Why live streaming? Like what's Scott? What's got you sitting 217 00:13:18.759 --> 00:13:24.519 from that microphone every day? And that that webcamp? I live stream for 218 00:13:24.559 --> 00:13:28.279 thirty years before there was a video camera in a Dj boot at a radio 219 00:13:28.320 --> 00:13:33.480 station. I know the connection that it makes with people. I know that 220 00:13:33.519 --> 00:13:37.200 there's kids in Hawaii named after me because of, you know, the radio 221 00:13:37.279 --> 00:13:41.399 station that I was on. I've been in the grocery store and had people 222 00:13:41.480 --> 00:13:46.279 come up and say things like, Oh man, you know the day that 223 00:13:46.320 --> 00:13:48.879 I called the radio station and you know, I know I'm probably not the 224 00:13:48.919 --> 00:13:52.120 only one, but you hung out with me for four hours. You know, 225 00:13:52.159 --> 00:13:54.720 it could we could put on somebody, we can put somebody on the 226 00:13:54.799 --> 00:13:58.000 phone and when they call in, we can leave their line open and we 227 00:13:58.039 --> 00:14:01.480 can have them in the DJ booth talking with us, right and then when 228 00:14:01.480 --> 00:14:05.000 you got to turn the music or talk commercials, whatever, you just hit 229 00:14:05.000 --> 00:14:07.759 the little button you mute them, just like we're doing right now. Right. 230 00:14:07.759 --> 00:14:11.360 So you could be like literally in the booth with me all night, 231 00:14:11.399 --> 00:14:15.799 but from your house right. And so, because I started out with the 232 00:14:15.840 --> 00:14:20.480 overnight shift. You would always get the sad singles, depressed, you know, 233 00:14:20.600 --> 00:14:22.919 by themself, people, and I never hung up on them. I 234 00:14:22.960 --> 00:14:28.399 always left them on the phone. And part of that was when I moved 235 00:14:28.440 --> 00:14:33.360 to Hawaii, I moved here by myself, so I know what it was 236 00:14:33.440 --> 00:14:37.600 like to be away from your family. And you know Bazabata, so many 237 00:14:37.639 --> 00:14:39.159 people are with their family, but they're still away from their family. I 238 00:14:39.159 --> 00:14:41.679 think that's one thing that people don't understand. I was talking to somebody, 239 00:14:41.720 --> 00:14:46.039 but yesterday you could be in a room full of people and be lonely. 240 00:14:46.000 --> 00:14:48.600 Yeah, you know what I mean, because because back, you know, 241 00:14:48.759 --> 00:14:52.000 back then, you'll we didn't know Jack about mental health the way we do 242 00:14:52.080 --> 00:14:58.320 now. We didn't understand what the word is, like depression and things like 243 00:14:58.320 --> 00:15:01.399 that. We had no understanding of the stuff, right. We just, 244 00:15:01.480 --> 00:15:05.440 you know, it's like a don't be such be we see stupid stuff. 245 00:15:05.480 --> 00:15:07.600 We didn't know. Yeah, but yeah, I guess. I guess being 246 00:15:07.639 --> 00:15:11.960 here by myself whatever, like, I kind of just had a natural connection 247 00:15:13.039 --> 00:15:16.279 in these folks. So I would just leave them on the call, the 248 00:15:16.279 --> 00:15:18.720 warm line. I would leave them on and, yeah, hang out with 249 00:15:18.720 --> 00:15:20.039 me. Tonight I'M gonna do my shift. Plus, I'm in a box 250 00:15:20.080 --> 00:15:24.720 by myself too, in the radio station at dark, nobody in there but 251 00:15:24.799 --> 00:15:28.000 me and the other person on the AM station, who I felt worse for 252 00:15:28.000 --> 00:15:31.159 it because they nobody listening to him. Yeah, you know. And then 253 00:15:31.200 --> 00:15:33.879 like we bump me to each other in the coffee or the bathroom, but 254 00:15:33.919 --> 00:15:35.320 I would just talk to these people and, you know, years later I'm 255 00:15:35.360 --> 00:15:39.080 at the grocery store and someone say, Hey, I recognize that voice, 256 00:15:39.080 --> 00:15:41.000 A. Are you DC rock? And I'm like yeah, and they go, 257 00:15:41.120 --> 00:15:43.840 man, you don't know, but you stayed on the phone me one 258 00:15:43.919 --> 00:15:46.279 nighte. For like three or four hours and, like, you know, 259 00:15:46.360 --> 00:15:48.879 I had the knife in my head. I'm like, well, you cooking, 260 00:15:48.240 --> 00:15:50.200 and they're like Nah, man, I I was literally doing to, 261 00:15:50.279 --> 00:15:52.919 you know, commit suicide the night but you, you talked me through it 262 00:15:54.080 --> 00:15:56.200 and Blah, blah, this, my wife, my kids, like I'm 263 00:15:56.240 --> 00:15:58.240 doing good, I did this, I did that, and like, you 264 00:15:58.240 --> 00:16:03.279 don't even know this stuff. You know I'm saying. So, first all, 265 00:16:03.240 --> 00:16:07.360 don't be a dick ever. Just find a way to not be a 266 00:16:07.399 --> 00:16:12.840 dick ever, because you have no idea what impact you have on somebody else's 267 00:16:12.919 --> 00:16:17.720 life well, and I think after the last time I heard that was not 268 00:16:17.759 --> 00:16:22.639 that long before the pandemic, and I got introduced to this lady and she 269 00:16:22.679 --> 00:16:25.960 had her three kids and her husband and you know she was she gave me 270 00:16:26.000 --> 00:16:30.399 a similar style story just from listening to our show or whatever you're that you 271 00:16:30.399 --> 00:16:34.080 know it basically change her trajectory. I was like, yeah, I got 272 00:16:34.159 --> 00:16:37.279 it. I got to do this as a thing, like I got to 273 00:16:37.320 --> 00:16:41.759 make sure that I am trying to just positively impact the lives of people, 274 00:16:41.919 --> 00:16:45.120 and so that's that's it. Like just try to get people to tell their 275 00:16:45.159 --> 00:16:48.360 story and you be surprised. You just never know. Fahim Dank Dude. 276 00:16:48.519 --> 00:16:51.559 All Right, I was about tear up there from it. I'm like, 277 00:16:51.559 --> 00:16:53.039 I can't cry, I can't. I can't cry on the air, like 278 00:16:53.080 --> 00:16:56.679 you can absolutely grab mint and cry. Stop to see. That's the problem. 279 00:16:56.679 --> 00:17:00.240 That's how we got what we are right now, because we men would 280 00:17:00.240 --> 00:17:03.159 be like, I can't cry. And you know, it's funny because, 281 00:17:03.240 --> 00:17:06.519 I mean, I think I still say the same thing and I'm trying my 282 00:17:06.559 --> 00:17:11.039 hardest to learn to stop saying that, because we're not giving men the okay 283 00:17:11.160 --> 00:17:15.279 to be not okay. Yeah, and I just wanted to everyone listening. 284 00:17:15.359 --> 00:17:19.400 It is absolutely okay to be not okay and especially made to a mental health 285 00:17:19.400 --> 00:17:22.000 to wearing this month. If you need to cause somebody, call, somebody, 286 00:17:22.119 --> 00:17:25.599 call someone. Say Yeah, man, well, and I do cry. 287 00:17:25.599 --> 00:17:26.759 You can check out some episodes, I mean, but my problem is 288 00:17:26.799 --> 00:17:30.200 I get ugly. I can't stop. My wife would be like please, 289 00:17:30.400 --> 00:17:36.039 honey, calm down, come here, let me get ugly. All right, 290 00:17:36.039 --> 00:17:40.160 shows over, guys, thanks a lot. Sorry. Really, Hey, 291 00:17:40.359 --> 00:17:42.720 is what I love about you. I love that you are yourself. 292 00:17:42.759 --> 00:17:47.240 Man. I love that story because I you know, I often think so 293 00:17:47.319 --> 00:17:51.119 many people have a message to share that change my life and when you know, 294 00:17:51.319 --> 00:17:52.240 it's same with you, man. I mean you know, I respect 295 00:17:52.319 --> 00:17:56.720 you. I see you doing this thing and oftentimes, I think people will 296 00:17:56.759 --> 00:17:59.960 get live streamers or podcasters or whatever and like Oh, there's trying to be 297 00:18:00.079 --> 00:18:02.880 Joe Rogan, they're trying to get famous or trying to make a buck, 298 00:18:02.960 --> 00:18:07.440 when really, when you dive into these stories like yours, it's hey, 299 00:18:07.440 --> 00:18:08.839 man, I want to be there to inspire people, to help people, 300 00:18:10.000 --> 00:18:12.160 give them hope when they're in the dark place, and so I think people 301 00:18:12.160 --> 00:18:17.839 who are struggling to you know, become you know like move into the Creator 302 00:18:18.039 --> 00:18:19.400 Zone, or whatever you want to call it, or hit the record button, 303 00:18:19.480 --> 00:18:22.200 hit to go live button. They need to know this stuff, man, 304 00:18:22.279 --> 00:18:26.720 like somebody's out there waiting on you on the other side to be inspired 305 00:18:26.759 --> 00:18:30.880 by your message. That can change their world. So I think that's a 306 00:18:30.960 --> 00:18:33.839 huge thing. Man. I appreciate you sharing that story, for sure. 307 00:18:34.000 --> 00:18:40.119 Yeah, it's funny because, I mean, first of all, I don't 308 00:18:40.119 --> 00:18:44.079 want to be Joe Rogan. I used to think, okay, this is 309 00:18:44.079 --> 00:18:48.880 really strange and very beginning of fear. Fact they're I thought he was kind 310 00:18:48.920 --> 00:18:52.160 of one of those but wipes. And then he started his podcast and you 311 00:18:52.279 --> 00:18:56.000 learned about what he did and what he was doing and stuff like that, 312 00:18:56.079 --> 00:18:56.759 and I'm like, man, this guy's all right, you know, like 313 00:18:56.799 --> 00:19:00.480 I can stand there and I can listen to it and then, you know, 314 00:19:00.960 --> 00:19:03.799 this is super funny. I can put the finger on it exactly when 315 00:19:03.799 --> 00:19:10.319 it happened. When he hit that next, next, next tax bracket was 316 00:19:10.400 --> 00:19:15.519 being to spotify sale all of a sudden, really funny how his opinions changed 317 00:19:15.920 --> 00:19:19.000 because the text bracket changed and I was like, Joe, your Dick now. 318 00:19:19.119 --> 00:19:22.160 I'm sorry, like you got to always remember where you come from. 319 00:19:22.200 --> 00:19:25.680 Like, I am more than happy to hit that next text, next next 320 00:19:25.680 --> 00:19:30.160 text bracket, and I will pay seventy percent tax. I don't care there, 321 00:19:30.559 --> 00:19:33.680 right, because that even with the thirty percent I had left over, 322 00:19:33.759 --> 00:19:36.920 I'm way baller than where I am right now, you know I'm saying. 323 00:19:37.079 --> 00:19:40.160 So, if I get to the damn near billion dollars that and they're like 324 00:19:40.160 --> 00:19:41.480 we're going to take seventy percent of Ingham, all right, take it, 325 00:19:41.519 --> 00:19:45.119 I don't care. I'm still chilling. But you know, it's funny. 326 00:19:45.119 --> 00:19:48.720 And so once yeah, I just don't identify with him at all. I 327 00:19:48.759 --> 00:19:51.000 don't even like to even the myth, the fact that I used to like 328 00:19:51.079 --> 00:19:55.960 that show. And then so, yeah, it's hard enough being you, 329 00:19:56.160 --> 00:19:59.000 all right, can you imagine me trying to be billy? True, you 330 00:19:59.039 --> 00:20:00.759 know, I mean it's hard enough being me. You have to tell that 331 00:20:00.759 --> 00:20:04.240 personally down bore yourself out a little bit if you want to be me man. 332 00:20:04.559 --> 00:20:07.680 Well, first of all, my knees would not hurt, and you 333 00:20:07.720 --> 00:20:11.720 know I won't be shot by the cops anytime soon. So like, yeah, 334 00:20:11.799 --> 00:20:15.720 I'll be cool with being billy. That was a very horrible joke, 335 00:20:15.799 --> 00:20:18.640 but I'll take it. It's I'm leaving it in man, I've to drive 336 00:20:18.759 --> 00:20:22.480 road. No, no, no, I leave it, man, leave 337 00:20:22.519 --> 00:20:25.279 it. You Know Me. I'll say weird stuff. I don't even care, 338 00:20:25.880 --> 00:20:30.279 but I'm leaving. I gotta say I'm proud of what you're doing because 339 00:20:30.440 --> 00:20:33.160 I remember, you know, from Club House and then, you know, 340 00:20:33.359 --> 00:20:36.799 you joining in the Lgl community and you were doing your thing. I think 341 00:20:36.839 --> 00:20:40.839 what you're doing is super dope and it I think it's it's harder than people 342 00:20:40.920 --> 00:20:44.279 think, but it's also easier than people think. You know what I mean. 343 00:20:44.319 --> 00:20:47.519 So yeah, yeah, I think it's dope. Oh, I just 344 00:20:47.559 --> 00:20:51.160 see my mentors in here. H Stephanie, sorry, I see you got 345 00:20:51.200 --> 00:20:52.880 the she's dead. He got her with that one. You got her with 346 00:20:52.920 --> 00:20:56.920 that joke. She's and the knee and the news joke. There you go, 347 00:20:57.240 --> 00:21:00.960 you get them all. Man, appreciate it. So, Dude. 348 00:21:00.000 --> 00:21:03.559 Yeah, and you know, I think it is like the you know, 349 00:21:03.599 --> 00:21:06.319 the daily show. It is a grind. You're doing a lot of shows 350 00:21:06.319 --> 00:21:08.079 a week, you're doing a lot of training a week, you're showing up 351 00:21:08.119 --> 00:21:11.920 all the time. So, man, how do you keep yourself for lack 352 00:21:11.960 --> 00:21:17.200 of a better term, motivated to keep going, like what? What you 353 00:21:17.200 --> 00:21:18.480 know? I guess I could use the word motivate. I hate that word, 354 00:21:18.519 --> 00:21:22.200 but it's only when I can think of all right, first on billy 355 00:21:22.240 --> 00:21:25.359 show. I will be the first person to tell you, and I didn't 356 00:21:25.359 --> 00:21:26.839 make it up, I actually learned it from Mel Robins. But I want 357 00:21:26.880 --> 00:21:32.559 to just say motivation is absolute BIS. It's just it's just not a thing. 358 00:21:32.599 --> 00:21:34.480 And like I'm going to be a motivational speaker, you already got no 359 00:21:34.559 --> 00:21:37.240 job, because motivation is be as. Here's what it is. Folks will 360 00:21:37.319 --> 00:21:42.240 do what they want to do, Full Stop, right like folks will do 361 00:21:42.279 --> 00:21:48.359 what you want to do. And was happening is when you're doing something that 362 00:21:48.400 --> 00:21:53.559 you absolutely love, you don't have any problem keeping it going. You just 363 00:21:53.680 --> 00:22:00.799 don't write. I like to put this in a very simple context. You 364 00:22:00.880 --> 00:22:06.319 have to find out as soon as possible what your purpose is. Now, 365 00:22:06.480 --> 00:22:10.440 Billy's already say to to you folks that my purpose is the positively impact the 366 00:22:10.440 --> 00:22:14.240 lives of over a billion people. I know good and well I can't do 367 00:22:14.279 --> 00:22:17.440 it by myself. That would be silly. Right. I was in the 368 00:22:17.480 --> 00:22:21.440 military. I learned how to delegate. So what I needed to do was 369 00:22:21.519 --> 00:22:25.480 trained as many people to tell their stories, because every time wanted you, 370 00:22:25.480 --> 00:22:26.400 guys like you know what I want to be, like doc, only be 371 00:22:26.440 --> 00:22:29.839 like billy. I'm gonna go live, I'm gonna do my thing. You, 372 00:22:30.000 --> 00:22:33.319 you pick people up, you drag people from your community who may have 373 00:22:33.359 --> 00:22:37.559 felt like the lady I was talking about in the grocery store. Right, 374 00:22:37.720 --> 00:22:41.279 you may have changed the life of somebody else. So now you are spreading. 375 00:22:41.359 --> 00:22:45.720 Right, it's that old fabrige a commercial. I'm until two friends and 376 00:22:45.759 --> 00:22:48.759 then you tell two friends and so on and so on and so on. 377 00:22:48.880 --> 00:22:52.480 Right, and by love of compounding, like it just happens really, really 378 00:22:52.559 --> 00:22:56.039 quickly, like it just really steps up. So I believe that once you 379 00:22:56.079 --> 00:23:00.559 know your purpose, and I say this on the regular basis, I do 380 00:23:00.599 --> 00:23:04.279 everything I do with intention and with the purpose of getting me further to my 381 00:23:04.400 --> 00:23:08.359 goal and purposes, and then lges purpose. Don't have problems with time, 382 00:23:08.680 --> 00:23:12.680 purpose, don't have problems with, you know, sickness or pain or whatever, 383 00:23:12.720 --> 00:23:17.799 because anybody who's been driven right, watch any thy four three thousand and 384 00:23:17.799 --> 00:23:21.720 six, sixty nine fourd ninety, watch any you know come up story, 385 00:23:21.920 --> 00:23:25.680 you know Bill Gates went to all of these fairs and have people laugh at 386 00:23:25.759 --> 00:23:27.960 his computer and Blah, blah, blah, and eventually, like you boy, 387 00:23:29.000 --> 00:23:33.160 anybody with the word billionaire at the end of their thing that didn't get 388 00:23:33.200 --> 00:23:37.039 it from their great great grandpappy. Yeah, they was on purpose and they 389 00:23:37.240 --> 00:23:42.519 avoided all the yelling and screaming and whatever and just stayed on purpose. And 390 00:23:42.640 --> 00:23:45.559 so yeah, if your on purpose, nothing else is a problem. And 391 00:23:45.759 --> 00:23:48.839 I was in army for the person who has that. And then you're going 392 00:23:48.839 --> 00:23:52.920 to attempt to butcher that name. Oh me knee. Yeah, NEAT needs 393 00:23:53.000 --> 00:23:56.720 to number one fan and troll the show. Usually it's trolling me, talking 394 00:23:56.720 --> 00:24:00.920 about my fake fathead and all that in the chat, but it wouldn't be 395 00:24:00.000 --> 00:24:07.519 wrong. Sorry, I get distracted by the chat. Gabriel's ask you if 396 00:24:07.519 --> 00:24:08.720 you could still hang out on Friday night. Like, what is this? 397 00:24:08.960 --> 00:24:11.920 Yeah, I actually want to turn that. I think I want to turn 398 00:24:12.000 --> 00:24:17.079 that a happy hour into a show. So I've been talking with Katie and 399 00:24:17.400 --> 00:24:19.240 I'm just going on a trip next week and when I come back I might 400 00:24:19.319 --> 00:24:22.039 just turn that into a show, because I used to do it more from 401 00:24:22.079 --> 00:24:26.480 a question answer. Nobody would ask questions. We would just hanging out. 402 00:24:26.480 --> 00:24:30.440 But yeah, I got it. It's fun. It's a really cool chance 403 00:24:30.519 --> 00:24:33.000 to give people the chance who are afraid to be on the mic whatever to 404 00:24:33.200 --> 00:24:36.519 come and, you know, crack the MIC and kick it with us, 405 00:24:36.599 --> 00:24:37.519 you know. So, yeah, we'll do that. So, man, 406 00:24:37.640 --> 00:24:41.200 I think that's a good I think that's a good lead into talking about doing 407 00:24:41.240 --> 00:24:44.319 the Reps. I hear you say it's a lot of here. You say, 408 00:24:44.400 --> 00:24:45.000 Hey, you gotta do you got to do the reps, get a 409 00:24:45.039 --> 00:24:48.240 show up, you got to you gotta push her, go live, push 410 00:24:48.279 --> 00:24:52.880 record, you got to do the thing. What is like if you're coaching 411 00:24:52.200 --> 00:24:55.839 a new live streamer who says, Hey, I would really want to get 412 00:24:55.880 --> 00:25:00.240 into this. What kind of rhythm should they get into so they become comfortable 413 00:25:00.279 --> 00:25:03.920 in front of the MIC, in front of the camera? All right, 414 00:25:03.039 --> 00:25:11.000 so you know when you go to a party and you look across the room 415 00:25:11.440 --> 00:25:14.319 and we're playing the song? Right, you said rhythm, so I'm gonna 416 00:25:14.319 --> 00:25:15.720 go with rhythm. As a dancer. We're playing rhythm is a desert. 417 00:25:15.880 --> 00:25:22.000 Rhythm is a dancer. Somewhere corner there's this person, and it's probably Hobabel, 418 00:25:22.599 --> 00:25:26.480 who what something is he dance into? What beat is that? That 419 00:25:26.680 --> 00:25:30.480 is not the beat that the DJ is played, but the day on it 420 00:25:30.599 --> 00:25:33.400 own. Little I can't even dance off BEC. I don't even know how 421 00:25:33.440 --> 00:25:36.160 to do it. That's the rhythm you go to. You go to your 422 00:25:36.240 --> 00:25:40.279 own rhythm. You really there is no there. Here's the thing about all 423 00:25:40.440 --> 00:25:44.119 this live streaming, content creation. Whenever everybody wants there to be a silver 424 00:25:44.200 --> 00:25:48.000 bullet, the only silver bullet existence. Course don't. You have to do 425 00:25:48.279 --> 00:25:52.400 what you know you can, but you also have to be cognizant enough and 426 00:25:52.480 --> 00:25:56.519 selfaware enough to push yourself. Now, with a lot of people do is 427 00:25:56.559 --> 00:26:00.279 I'm going to stream once a week. That's all I can do. It's 428 00:26:00.359 --> 00:26:03.279 like Nah, and Nope, you lying. Okay, you lie. I 429 00:26:03.440 --> 00:26:10.000 know that you can squeeze out. You're just riding dirty comfortably at one if 430 00:26:10.079 --> 00:26:14.240 it doesn't hurt a little bit, you're probably not pushing hard enough. I'll 431 00:26:14.319 --> 00:26:18.079 put that on you. But I don't want people to do with you in 432 00:26:18.279 --> 00:26:21.759 India and gretchating. You guys do where you doing every day and they're like, 433 00:26:21.839 --> 00:26:23.960 Oh, I'm burnt out. Like no, that wouldn't be good. 434 00:26:25.079 --> 00:26:30.240 So it's a weird thing. And there is no magic answer. But even 435 00:26:30.319 --> 00:26:33.000 if you don't go life to people, you can go live to your public 436 00:26:33.119 --> 00:26:37.920 group or to your family zoom call or something and just get your reps in 437 00:26:37.079 --> 00:26:41.559 where you're able to speak on the MIC. Billy, ask a question, 438 00:26:41.720 --> 00:26:45.920 I just answer it right and if I go you know, rich is doing 439 00:26:45.960 --> 00:26:48.359 the show. Rich ask me a question, I just answer it. I'm 440 00:26:48.440 --> 00:26:52.880 not going to be like Oh, and even if you do have to think, 441 00:26:53.200 --> 00:26:56.480 I'll know what to say to let you know that I need to think 442 00:26:56.839 --> 00:27:00.039 rather than just sit there with the you know, the look on my face. 443 00:27:00.599 --> 00:27:04.519 So that stuff comes from experience, I think. If you find an 444 00:27:04.559 --> 00:27:08.400 old, old, old interview somewhere, I probably did exactly that. Somebody 445 00:27:08.400 --> 00:27:17.440 ask me a question, I'm like, you know, and then it take 446 00:27:17.519 --> 00:27:19.400 you longer to answer to question that it took Jesus to walk the Nazarens. 447 00:27:19.400 --> 00:27:22.960 So you don't want to do that. You know you want to. You 448 00:27:22.079 --> 00:27:26.960 want to like that. That ability to speak, you know, just off 449 00:27:26.000 --> 00:27:30.119 the top of the Dome, keep it flowing. That just comes from experience 450 00:27:30.240 --> 00:27:33.000 and Reps. Yeah, man, and I think too. You know it. 451 00:27:33.079 --> 00:27:36.440 Maybe I love to hear your thoughts. I studied people a lot like 452 00:27:36.559 --> 00:27:40.920 I watch I watch doc rock like he's live. I'm there. Typically, 453 00:27:40.960 --> 00:27:42.680 I might not be in the comments, I might not be engaged and doing 454 00:27:42.680 --> 00:27:45.920 all that, but I'm watching, I got my phone on, I might 455 00:27:45.960 --> 00:27:51.200 be multitasking, because it's those little those little things, I think, that 456 00:27:51.440 --> 00:27:53.640 make the show. You know what it is like when you're trying to build 457 00:27:53.680 --> 00:27:57.119 this dynamic show and I see little stuff that you guys do, and some 458 00:27:57.200 --> 00:28:02.079 of the people are for running in the ECAMP community in particular, I see 459 00:28:02.119 --> 00:28:06.960 this those little tiny, you know, like little tiny things that happened that 460 00:28:07.079 --> 00:28:08.640 I'm like wow, it's a huge difference and when, a lot of times 461 00:28:08.680 --> 00:28:11.880 I think we're sometimes can get into this and go, Oh man, this 462 00:28:12.039 --> 00:28:15.960 is like you know it's going to be all this big expensive gear, big 463 00:28:17.039 --> 00:28:21.240 expensive this, big that, and it's really just those little little things like 464 00:28:21.759 --> 00:28:25.079 how to ask you interesting question or you know, whatever time and I learned 465 00:28:25.160 --> 00:28:27.240 all the time. And so you're still you're still studying the craft as well, 466 00:28:27.319 --> 00:28:30.359 even though you're leading the pack. And a lot of ways, yeah, 467 00:28:30.400 --> 00:28:36.400 I studied the craft religiously and I followed my favorite interviewers, like I 468 00:28:36.519 --> 00:28:41.000 love me a Bob Costas and the Katie Kirk, you know, brank gumble. 469 00:28:41.119 --> 00:28:45.440 Back in the day, like I like to listen to stuff, I 470 00:28:45.559 --> 00:28:48.759 listened to two thousand and twenty, you know. Still, you know, 471 00:28:48.960 --> 00:28:52.960 even though they're doing a little bit more true crime because hey has popping, 472 00:28:53.400 --> 00:28:56.319 you know, but I'll follow me a hold of copy. You know. 473 00:28:56.359 --> 00:29:00.519 I said, pay attention to her and just see the type of questions that 474 00:29:00.599 --> 00:29:03.799 they ask, but then also learn to develop your own style, your own 475 00:29:03.880 --> 00:29:07.880 rhythm. And here's the funny thing. I'm going to just go ahead and 476 00:29:07.880 --> 00:29:11.400 call people out on their bvs, because it's kind of fun to do that. 477 00:29:12.440 --> 00:29:18.359 If you are thinking that you can't start because you're missing xy piece of 478 00:29:18.440 --> 00:29:22.279 gear or whatever, you're just making an excuse. Like, at the end 479 00:29:22.319 --> 00:29:27.039 of the day, you're just making an excuse. When we was little bit 480 00:29:27.160 --> 00:29:33.759 children's and you had to get up and your dad or your mom stood over 481 00:29:33.839 --> 00:29:37.240 there, it was like, okay, come to me. You did that 482 00:29:37.400 --> 00:29:40.720 one long step with the foot in the air. Use kind of rocked back 483 00:29:40.759 --> 00:29:42.640 a little bit and then you lean for it and the other foot came down 484 00:29:42.960 --> 00:29:47.000 and then you giggled, ha ha. You got a couple three dose in 485 00:29:47.079 --> 00:29:49.000 the row and next thing you know, you ran into your parents arms and 486 00:29:49.160 --> 00:29:53.119 they loved in you. Whatever. You progressed from pulling yourself up on the 487 00:29:53.200 --> 00:29:57.279 couch to the coffee table, to the steps to like being able to run 488 00:29:57.400 --> 00:30:03.119 across the living room. Everybody started out on all fours, where the head 489 00:30:03.319 --> 00:30:07.240 was so heavy you couldn't even hold it up. Use dragging your dome across 490 00:30:07.319 --> 00:30:12.759 the carpet, and now most of US walk. So everybody starts from somewhere. 491 00:30:14.000 --> 00:30:15.839 Right, you couldn't speak at one point and now we can't get you 492 00:30:15.960 --> 00:30:21.680 to shut up. So, yeah, start where you start and then progress. 493 00:30:21.880 --> 00:30:23.920 And everybody who says why I can't because I need to get my studio 494 00:30:25.039 --> 00:30:29.440 tight, whatever lies they you just make an excuses because it will always be 495 00:30:29.799 --> 00:30:33.920 I need one of the thing to make it better. Right, hunting, 496 00:30:33.039 --> 00:30:36.960 all it is just, it's just, it's just lies. You telling yourself 497 00:30:37.319 --> 00:30:40.759 so in the middle of your belief. Is a gigantic word. Let it 498 00:30:40.839 --> 00:30:44.359 down. Look at it again. So, okay, so maybe the gear, 499 00:30:44.759 --> 00:30:48.440 maybe the gears software, maybe we don't need to run out and spend 500 00:30:48.559 --> 00:30:52.799 ten grand on our studio before we hit it alive. But what about the 501 00:30:52.920 --> 00:30:56.480 content? Man, what's the focus there? Because you know as well as 502 00:30:56.480 --> 00:30:57.839 I do, and I heard this from from you actually, man, I 503 00:30:59.200 --> 00:31:02.880 was going live on facebook with you or you know, I was just going 504 00:31:02.920 --> 00:31:04.119 to live just like, Oh hey, well, I'm guys from Bailly, 505 00:31:04.200 --> 00:31:07.680 I'm not talking about anything. And no one showed up, you know. 506 00:31:07.880 --> 00:31:10.839 And then and I didn't have a schedule and I was kind of popping off 507 00:31:10.880 --> 00:31:12.640 everywhere and I heard you on a live stream like did you got to get 508 00:31:12.680 --> 00:31:15.119 a schedule? I'm like, all right, we get a schedule. Are 509 00:31:15.119 --> 00:31:18.920 you got to stop telling the story right now, because the person who told 510 00:31:18.960 --> 00:31:23.640 me I need to schedule, Stephanie Se's beying attention, basically freaking kick me 511 00:31:23.720 --> 00:31:26.880 in the back of the head, like Hay stupid. I need to know 512 00:31:26.960 --> 00:31:29.599 where you going to be, because you always be dropping informs and I need 513 00:31:29.680 --> 00:31:33.799 to catch it. But it is stress inducing to not know when you're going 514 00:31:33.839 --> 00:31:37.400 to be live. So I need you to get a schedule or I will 515 00:31:37.480 --> 00:31:41.000 exactly kick your whatever. And I'm like okay, Stephanie. So I picked 516 00:31:41.039 --> 00:31:45.920 Tuesday Saturday and I have not deviated from it for almost two years. June 517 00:31:47.119 --> 00:31:52.400 six will be too solid. I haven't deviated from that schedule, but Stephanie 518 00:31:52.480 --> 00:31:55.319 Basically told me stop doing drive by lives, and I'm like what do you 519 00:31:55.400 --> 00:31:57.480 mean? She goes yeah, because, like people, you can't growing audience 520 00:31:57.559 --> 00:32:01.519 that they don't know where to find you. And I was like Oh, 521 00:32:01.920 --> 00:32:05.839 okay, because, hey, I was just hey, I'm cool, I 522 00:32:05.920 --> 00:32:07.480 would go live today. I just got this new battle of whiskey. I'm 523 00:32:07.480 --> 00:32:10.319 going to crack it and go talk crapping and the Mike, you know, 524 00:32:12.079 --> 00:32:15.440 and it's so yeah, it was super funny. Man. I always was 525 00:32:15.599 --> 00:32:19.599 just random and you can't be that. You do have to give your folks 526 00:32:19.640 --> 00:32:23.440 a schedule and you will grow. Now you can't go as random anytime after 527 00:32:23.559 --> 00:32:28.000 that, but you should have at least a pillar, like these are my 528 00:32:28.200 --> 00:32:30.119 days, you know. So you're good your Monday through Friday. We know 529 00:32:30.160 --> 00:32:35.400 where to find yeah, man, absolutely. Well, yeah, yeah, 530 00:32:35.599 --> 00:32:37.920 couple weeks from now I won't be here at all because I'll be moving, 531 00:32:37.079 --> 00:32:40.400 but I'm gonna announce that. I'm going to make sure aboddy knows when you 532 00:32:40.640 --> 00:32:45.799 move. Can you get someone from your community to do it while you're gone? 533 00:32:46.319 --> 00:32:50.559 You know what, who out there in my community wants to take this 534 00:32:50.680 --> 00:32:52.519 show live? Money through Frinday, two PM ster. Let me know, 535 00:32:52.799 --> 00:32:55.559 because that mightn't love to do that. I love to do that. Here's 536 00:32:55.640 --> 00:33:00.759 whine. I'm going to see how to like I said, and they're much 537 00:33:00.799 --> 00:33:05.079 more Canadian, but you he's going to run the show while I'm gone, 538 00:33:05.759 --> 00:33:10.279 because this couldn't sound crazy, but when people used to seeing you all the 539 00:33:10.359 --> 00:33:16.519 time, right, and then all of a sudden you dip, they start 540 00:33:16.599 --> 00:33:20.400 looking for something else to do in that time because they have already adjusted their 541 00:33:20.480 --> 00:33:23.200 life to have this hole in it during the time you're around, and then 542 00:33:23.240 --> 00:33:27.759 they might something else and never make it back. And it's not a bad 543 00:33:27.880 --> 00:33:30.759 thing, but you just need to know that could possibly happen. The other 544 00:33:30.839 --> 00:33:35.799 thing it does is it allows you to let your community shine, and I 545 00:33:35.960 --> 00:33:39.400 had to learn real quick. Let Your community help you run your thing right. 546 00:33:39.640 --> 00:33:44.039 So you know, my moderators are on point, even some of them, 547 00:33:44.119 --> 00:33:47.079 my moderators, are ECAM moderators, because their own point and they're like, 548 00:33:47.200 --> 00:33:51.920 man, your moderators are good. Pick your moderators a sap, get 549 00:33:52.079 --> 00:33:57.680 get your moderators on help them help you, because it is very difficult to 550 00:33:57.839 --> 00:34:00.119 do that. And I literally just watch one of the biggest companies in the 551 00:34:00.200 --> 00:34:07.119 plan and get their Channel Act because of mismoderation and it was painful. Their 552 00:34:07.199 --> 00:34:12.800 their friends, you know, and unfortunately they almost got kicked from Youtube. 553 00:34:12.840 --> 00:34:15.039 It took them a week of, you know, crawling up the ladder. 554 00:34:15.159 --> 00:34:17.960 Probably had to get all the way up to Susan before they got their channel 555 00:34:19.000 --> 00:34:22.199 back. Dang. All right, that's a good tip right there. Hopefully 556 00:34:22.239 --> 00:34:24.599 somebody took that home and put and wrote it down. And, by the 557 00:34:24.639 --> 00:34:27.559 way, I want to let people know that's umping in the chat. Got 558 00:34:27.599 --> 00:34:30.800 People Volunteer. Kneed said he'll do it. Will Talk Man. Maybe maybe 559 00:34:30.840 --> 00:34:32.480 we make it happened. Dan, good to see as well. If you 560 00:34:32.519 --> 00:34:36.400 guys got questions for Doc Rock, put a little que could see how this 561 00:34:36.480 --> 00:34:38.000 is something I learned from you too, man, q colon, and then 562 00:34:38.039 --> 00:34:42.440 put your question so we can quickly identify it and then if you're ever on 563 00:34:42.480 --> 00:34:45.440 Bull Horn or Gil, just throw in the chat and I'll switch over there 564 00:34:45.480 --> 00:34:49.719 and take a look at it. So definitely let us know. So so, 565 00:34:49.880 --> 00:34:52.360 doc if you had to start over in two thousand and twenty two, 566 00:34:52.880 --> 00:34:54.760 what piece of gear would you use? Going back to the gear conversation, 567 00:34:54.880 --> 00:34:59.719 because I that's it. I'm going to stop the question there, because I'll 568 00:34:59.760 --> 00:35:02.800 learn that from me too. There we go. If I had to start 569 00:35:02.880 --> 00:35:07.639 from scratch, see, the hard part about me started from scratch is I 570 00:35:07.840 --> 00:35:12.719 have over forty years in audio and video business, so I would just know. 571 00:35:13.920 --> 00:35:16.559 But I would probably buy a short s fifty eight because I can get 572 00:35:16.639 --> 00:35:21.000 a used one for hundred five hundred bucks, or Sampson q to You, 573 00:35:21.480 --> 00:35:23.320 both the same thing, one thousand two hundred bucks. The advantage of the 574 00:35:23.320 --> 00:35:29.119 Sampson Q to You is it us be compatible and you literally just plug a 575 00:35:29.239 --> 00:35:32.599 sucker and to your computer and you're good to go. I might record it 576 00:35:32.719 --> 00:35:37.719 directly into my iphone and then upload it with one of the iphone oriented you 577 00:35:37.840 --> 00:35:43.760 know, podcast type situations. If I'm live streaming, I would use my 578 00:35:43.840 --> 00:35:47.760 iphone as my camera, with Camelo and again one of the aforementioned microphones. 579 00:35:47.920 --> 00:35:51.840 That's I mean. So for less than two hundred bucks I could be up 580 00:35:51.960 --> 00:35:55.519 and running and, you know, just go to town. But yeah, 581 00:35:55.519 --> 00:35:59.880 it won't be long before you getting legs and you know, and I'm every 582 00:36:00.039 --> 00:36:01.719 thing in the studio, I put one one step at the time. You 583 00:36:01.760 --> 00:36:06.079 know, people look at it and you're looking at a finish product. But 584 00:36:06.719 --> 00:36:08.639 I mean, come on, soide. I didn't just roll into the store 585 00:36:08.920 --> 00:36:12.159 and let me, Oh, it look seven hundred dollar Purple Lights, let 586 00:36:12.199 --> 00:36:16.679 me buy those. No, great like that came way later. That came 587 00:36:17.320 --> 00:36:21.320 tons of Amazon credit. Thank you for kicking the links in the description. 588 00:36:22.039 --> 00:36:24.199 You know, that's yeah, Holli Age boy, that's how I happen. 589 00:36:24.679 --> 00:36:27.920 Yeah, man, I love that because you know that's the same thing for 590 00:36:28.000 --> 00:36:30.119 me. Man, I started a lot, a live shooting fishing show two 591 00:36:30.199 --> 00:36:34.199 thousand and eighteen, nineteen, something like that, I can remember, and 592 00:36:35.079 --> 00:36:37.679 I bought I tell a story all time. I borrowed gear from my neighbor 593 00:36:37.719 --> 00:36:40.599 about it was when I got e Cam and they, I think they announcer 594 00:36:40.719 --> 00:36:44.440 launch, like you just hook your cannon right into it. I'm like, 595 00:36:44.480 --> 00:36:46.320 I don't have a cannon, I don't have money to go buy cannon. 596 00:36:46.360 --> 00:36:50.440 So I walked across my neighbor's house, because she's a photographer or whatever. 597 00:36:50.480 --> 00:36:52.440 I'm like, Hey, got borrow that like on Tuesday nights, like from 598 00:36:52.559 --> 00:36:55.760 seven to nine, like he's that cool? If she left me borrow it. 599 00:36:57.119 --> 00:36:59.840 And I borrowed microphones, but I did. I borrowed everything. I 600 00:37:00.000 --> 00:37:05.159 was like I was actually, Gee, you don't make Dang billy. That's 601 00:37:05.159 --> 00:37:07.880 actually did and when to give you this much problems, because need told me 602 00:37:07.960 --> 00:37:12.000 not to. But a lot of people don't realize you're cutting them. Your 603 00:37:12.039 --> 00:37:15.320 brother in law, somebody has a vacation camera that they bought but they has 604 00:37:15.559 --> 00:37:19.760 been on vacation horse and so it's just sitting there. Hey, can I 605 00:37:19.840 --> 00:37:22.519 can I get that? You know, like I will. I will help 606 00:37:22.599 --> 00:37:24.199 you out do this wiser. I hope you paint this fence. You've been 607 00:37:24.239 --> 00:37:28.519 sitting there. Borrow that joy. But the other thing I told me would 608 00:37:28.559 --> 00:37:32.159 his every time. This is going to sound absolutely evil and everybody would tell 609 00:37:32.199 --> 00:37:36.679 me how they cannot, but I'm going to call you a liar and I'm 610 00:37:36.679 --> 00:37:38.400 going to say get at me and we'll have this conversation, because I guarantee 611 00:37:38.440 --> 00:37:43.320 you I can find it. I can go in my neighborhood this weekend right 612 00:37:43.880 --> 00:37:47.360 and say I wanted to buy a brand new, you know, cameras only 613 00:37:47.519 --> 00:37:50.760 zv ten would. You can't really buy right now, but let's say I 614 00:37:50.800 --> 00:37:54.159 could a seven hundred bucks from Friday to Sunday. I could go through my 615 00:37:54.199 --> 00:38:00.960 neighborhood and earn seven hundred bucks between washing cars cutting grass, painting fences, 616 00:38:00.360 --> 00:38:06.679 painting houses, babysitting somebody children, helping them clean the garage, helping them 617 00:38:06.719 --> 00:38:10.920 cut down the coconut tree, all this manual labor crap that nobody wants to 618 00:38:12.000 --> 00:38:15.480 do, that are waiting that pay somebody, but they just don't want to 619 00:38:15.480 --> 00:38:17.519 do it. And you're doing two things. You're helping that friend out, 620 00:38:17.840 --> 00:38:22.639 you putting some loot in your pocket and you saving marriages, because I can 621 00:38:22.719 --> 00:38:25.199 tell you right now your wife eating told you to clean up some stuff and 622 00:38:25.320 --> 00:38:30.000 you ain't did it yet and she's about to bust you upside the head. 623 00:38:30.559 --> 00:38:36.719 Hungry every single one of us. It's the Lani, or we, you 624 00:38:36.760 --> 00:38:38.679 guys, call it a balcony, but for me I got stuff on Milann 625 00:38:38.719 --> 00:38:43.199 I that's been on Mila Night, Aka Balcony, for like a year. 626 00:38:43.519 --> 00:38:46.000 And she's like listen, I'm gonna need you to get that crap off of 627 00:38:46.039 --> 00:38:50.000 there, and I'm like sure, be back up. But then yesterday I 628 00:38:50.079 --> 00:38:52.760 saw her like ironing her black belt and I'm like, yeah, better clean 629 00:38:52.800 --> 00:38:57.480 them anight. Yeah, you better get that clean up. That's all, 630 00:38:57.519 --> 00:38:59.960 you know I'm saying. She's like, I'm going to a black belt seminarist 631 00:39:00.079 --> 00:39:04.039 Sunday and I'm like, Oh, yeah, she started kicking, then I'm 632 00:39:04.039 --> 00:39:07.000 going to be mad. So Sunday was she gone. I'm a clean it, 633 00:39:07.119 --> 00:39:09.119 but I just know if somebody came to me and be like Yo, 634 00:39:09.199 --> 00:39:12.760 Fam I'll take that out for you. Give me a hundred bones, I'm 635 00:39:12.800 --> 00:39:15.639 like you, I give you a two hundred. You know I'm saying. 636 00:39:15.440 --> 00:39:20.519 Yeah, you don't say like there's people right now in your neighborhood that got 637 00:39:20.599 --> 00:39:22.840 something that they don't want to do that you could do for them that within 638 00:39:22.960 --> 00:39:27.320 a week you can easily earn it a thousand dollars and buy whatever gear you 639 00:39:27.400 --> 00:39:29.599 need to buy. So stop lying. Yeah, man, know you're a 640 00:39:29.679 --> 00:39:31.840 hundred percent great, and this actually happened. Is to speaking of like wives 641 00:39:31.920 --> 00:39:37.239 and making money off as junk and doing you know whatever, project smile. 642 00:39:37.360 --> 00:39:40.039 I wanted a new pair of are pods when they first came out. I 643 00:39:40.119 --> 00:39:43.280 was like man, I want these and with these and my wife' like you 644 00:39:43.360 --> 00:39:45.480 just got a new pair of headphones for your podcast stuff. Like, if 645 00:39:45.519 --> 00:39:47.559 you want them, you got to sell something. So I was like all 646 00:39:47.639 --> 00:39:51.599 right, at the march out to the garage, started selling stuff on facebook 647 00:39:51.639 --> 00:39:54.039 market place those things like to like a hundred, fifty bucks, two hundred 648 00:39:54.039 --> 00:39:57.039 bucks. I think I came home. I think he's done. When I 649 00:39:57.119 --> 00:39:59.840 was done that weekend, it was like a thousand dollars in my pocket of 650 00:39:59.960 --> 00:40:02.400 crap I hadn't used for fifteen years and I was like, dude, this 651 00:40:02.639 --> 00:40:05.960 is great, man, I'm going to do this from now on. So, 652 00:40:06.920 --> 00:40:09.519 yes, like sell all your love. I have a can and Kit 653 00:40:09.679 --> 00:40:15.280 lings that I haven't used and probably eight years, because I switched to Sony 654 00:40:15.400 --> 00:40:20.559 when the first Sony's came out and I was just like Yo, I fear 655 00:40:20.639 --> 00:40:23.239 ready can sell it. This is probably only worth like fifty, but with 656 00:40:23.320 --> 00:40:27.599 fifty bucks is fifty bucks, Bro. Yeah, you know how much? 657 00:40:28.719 --> 00:40:31.119 Well, one I was seeing always bothers a whiskey. I can buy feeding 658 00:40:31.159 --> 00:40:36.719 bucks. Take Fifty Bucks. Will get that. We'll get that microphone phone 659 00:40:36.840 --> 00:40:37.960 right there. Ship to you, man, you can. You can buy 660 00:40:37.960 --> 00:40:44.159 another one. Yeah, so it's it's kind of funny right. So everybody 661 00:40:44.280 --> 00:40:47.679 in the garage right now is sitting on some stuff that they can get rid 662 00:40:47.760 --> 00:40:51.639 of. You know, it literally is with it now. I did some 663 00:40:54.039 --> 00:40:58.599 I got it one of those things in the mail and it was like Yo, 664 00:40:59.039 --> 00:41:02.239 we're going to give you eighteen months zero interest if you sign up for 665 00:41:02.360 --> 00:41:07.000 this discover card and as like, I don't really need that, but I'm 666 00:41:07.039 --> 00:41:10.679 going to use it to finance my creator beginning right, even though I'd already 667 00:41:10.679 --> 00:41:14.639 been in it for a while. But I got that right before the pandemic 668 00:41:14.719 --> 00:41:16.559 head. It came in the mail. I did it. I gave myself 669 00:41:16.639 --> 00:41:21.639 a budget. I'm like, I'm gonna Spend Twenty five hundred of this card 670 00:41:22.280 --> 00:41:25.360 and I got eighteen months to pay it back. You'll I quite drippled that 671 00:41:25.480 --> 00:41:30.000 Jake. So that's what I did, student, but that's what I did 672 00:41:30.599 --> 00:41:32.159 and of course, you know, paid it. But now I have an 673 00:41:32.239 --> 00:41:37.239 open credit line, which is dangerous when the Max Studio comes out. It 674 00:41:37.360 --> 00:41:42.119 wasn't even thought, but I put myself for ninety days, right. So 675 00:41:42.400 --> 00:41:45.039 yesterday I just bought this Instan three hundred and sixty go so this little joint 676 00:41:45.159 --> 00:41:49.239 right here came out to six hunning bucks. I give myself ninety days to 677 00:41:49.360 --> 00:41:53.280 earn it back. Dang, I love him. Goals, I love it. 678 00:41:53.920 --> 00:41:55.920 I love it. Man, doc, we could probably talk all you 679 00:41:57.000 --> 00:42:00.079 know. We could definitely get into the finances of being a creator and and 680 00:42:00.159 --> 00:42:01.440 talk about, you know, making money, being a creator, all that 681 00:42:01.519 --> 00:42:05.519 fun stuff. I love to have you back on the show man, because 682 00:42:05.519 --> 00:42:08.840 I know you're you're always out there in the front lines. Is Innovating on 683 00:42:09.159 --> 00:42:14.880 multiple different platform you know, like on live streaming software or Dkam and all 684 00:42:14.920 --> 00:42:16.920 the new things, and you're you're over there working with those guys heavy to 685 00:42:16.960 --> 00:42:22.559 make the best product and take care of the community. You're always gear and 686 00:42:22.800 --> 00:42:24.280 you're on the you know, leading forefront, trying to figure out, like 687 00:42:24.320 --> 00:42:27.840 how do we make the same better, one percent better every single day. 688 00:42:28.559 --> 00:42:31.239 So I love Weston in the community, man. I love the vibe that 689 00:42:31.320 --> 00:42:35.519 you bring, the the real the realness that you bring. You know, 690 00:42:35.559 --> 00:42:37.840 I think that's what attracts me to the most. Is like, even if 691 00:42:37.880 --> 00:42:40.679 I'm offended, I'm still like man, I really appreciate he just said that, 692 00:42:40.840 --> 00:42:44.519 you know, like versus. Does this guy you me? You're not. 693 00:42:44.719 --> 00:42:45.440 You know what I'm saying? No, no, thank you you. 694 00:42:45.559 --> 00:42:50.559 Sometimes you have to take the stuff that offends you. It's offending you because 695 00:42:50.920 --> 00:42:53.880 that person probably told you what you didn't want to hear. Yeah, you 696 00:42:53.920 --> 00:42:58.079 don't say exactly. Okay, some things are offensive just because they're a pensive 697 00:42:58.320 --> 00:43:02.280 and some things are offensive because they're true. Right, wis, you're when 698 00:43:02.360 --> 00:43:06.559 your wife looks you in the face to see you talk too much. You'd 699 00:43:06.559 --> 00:43:12.679 be like girls. Whatever you know, whenever you are just going to I'm 700 00:43:12.800 --> 00:43:15.599 getting trouble. I'm a getting trouble. I'm sorry, but it just happens 701 00:43:15.599 --> 00:43:20.840 to be mathematics when you're arguing with any female in your life and the only 702 00:43:20.920 --> 00:43:23.760 answer they got for you a shut up. You want, you just want. 703 00:43:24.960 --> 00:43:28.599 I don't know why they go to that more so than dudes. DUDES 704 00:43:28.599 --> 00:43:30.599 will fight, that's worse, but but girls would just tell you to shut 705 00:43:30.679 --> 00:43:32.920 up, and then you know that you got them right. That's how you 706 00:43:34.000 --> 00:43:36.480 know you want to argument. At that point, walk away, don't push 707 00:43:36.519 --> 00:43:38.119 it any further, just lead. The minute they tell you to shut up, 708 00:43:38.159 --> 00:43:43.199 you win. So like yeah, and that's just because you know you 709 00:43:43.320 --> 00:43:45.800 hit somebody with that punch. That was correct. You know, and you 710 00:43:46.199 --> 00:43:51.960 I'm so, so happy to hear you say that. I am never trying 711 00:43:52.039 --> 00:43:55.599 to hurt your feelings, I am never trying to make you feel bad. 712 00:43:55.639 --> 00:43:59.280 I'm normally trying to pick you up. But what I'm trying to tell you 713 00:43:59.519 --> 00:44:05.639 is you probably are inside your own head and you're probably telling yourself stuff that's 714 00:44:05.679 --> 00:44:09.199 not true, and we all really just need to work on our BS system, 715 00:44:09.480 --> 00:44:13.559 right, which is your belief system, you know. So you tell 716 00:44:13.639 --> 00:44:15.559 people you all need to work in your BS, you need to work in 717 00:44:15.599 --> 00:44:17.559 your be at your belief system, because you just believe some stuff about you. 718 00:44:17.679 --> 00:44:22.199 That's because not true. That's good, man. That's really what it 719 00:44:22.360 --> 00:44:24.400 is, and it's not your fault. Somebody told you that mess and you 720 00:44:24.480 --> 00:44:28.199 know it was the terms of art at the time. You know, it's 721 00:44:28.239 --> 00:44:30.239 just what it is. So I think my mission, billy, was to 722 00:44:30.320 --> 00:44:37.280 take some of that hood knowledge and apply it to something effective instead of destructive. 723 00:44:37.880 --> 00:44:39.119 Yeah, well, man, you're doing a phenomenal job at it, 724 00:44:39.119 --> 00:44:40.880 and that's why I wanted to have you on the show, is to, 725 00:44:42.519 --> 00:44:45.159 you know, inspire my the people are listening to my showing people in my 726 00:44:45.239 --> 00:44:50.119 community, because I think livestream is very powerful. I think everyone should take 727 00:44:50.159 --> 00:44:52.639 a swing at it. It's a lot of fun. Like it keeps you 728 00:44:52.800 --> 00:44:54.159 on the edge of your seat because you just never know what's going to happen 729 00:44:54.280 --> 00:44:58.800 if you're hosting or if you're, you know, in the in the guest 730 00:44:58.880 --> 00:45:01.039 seat or whatever. So it's a lot of fun, man, but you 731 00:45:01.159 --> 00:45:05.280 appreciate everybody jumping in the chat as well. Let's see what his Dean says. 732 00:45:05.639 --> 00:45:09.480 Doc tells me things. I don't want to hear it. If he's 733 00:45:09.599 --> 00:45:14.159 right or it's he's right or something like that. It's he's right. Yeah, 734 00:45:14.480 --> 00:45:16.360 it's he's right. Okay, cool, Gotcha. What's up? He's 735 00:45:16.400 --> 00:45:19.679 still in the chat over here. What's he's talking about? So Wife, 736 00:45:19.719 --> 00:45:22.719 My wife tells me to shut up a lot. Ha Ha, ha ha. 737 00:45:23.159 --> 00:45:25.760 I'm glad you're not watching this. I don't want to be responsible for 738 00:45:25.880 --> 00:45:31.480 that shaming you yet later. It's a thing like it's and I don't I 739 00:45:31.559 --> 00:45:35.599 grew with all sisters, so I maybe it's just my you know, I'm 740 00:45:35.639 --> 00:45:37.840 in the House with seven women, and whenever I got to the point where 741 00:45:37.840 --> 00:45:40.519 they told you to shut up, you normally know you one. And then 742 00:45:40.599 --> 00:45:44.679 with my guy friends is just a swing or a grab, a wrest a 743 00:45:44.679 --> 00:45:47.760 little tackle to the ground or something comes out, but for about female friends, 744 00:45:47.960 --> 00:45:52.960 right, it's weird. All right, just walk away though, learning 745 00:45:53.000 --> 00:45:55.920 to quit while you're ahead. Yeah, man, well, and I think 746 00:45:55.960 --> 00:45:59.559 it's you know, that's what I love about my guy friends, like yeah, 747 00:45:59.639 --> 00:46:01.639 whoops, take a swing at each other, whatever, and then it's 748 00:46:01.719 --> 00:46:07.400 over, and it's legitimately over forever, like there's nothing else but but with 749 00:46:07.639 --> 00:46:10.760 you know, with the wives and sisters and all that stuff. It's like, 750 00:46:12.280 --> 00:46:14.199 did I know I'm going to hear about this ten years from now? 751 00:46:14.280 --> 00:46:16.239 Like I'm just saying, yeah, understand. That's where de turbing, me 752 00:46:16.320 --> 00:46:20.119 and Diana were talking about this yesterday. Why are you bringing us some old 753 00:46:20.159 --> 00:46:24.920 stuff? I didn't even hear that complic that is a it's the funniest thing 754 00:46:25.039 --> 00:46:28.960 ever, because that's the that's the comeback, you know, to a thing. 755 00:46:29.320 --> 00:46:30.519 Two is like, why you bringing us some old stuff? Because you 756 00:46:30.559 --> 00:46:34.800 know you got away with something or you got busted, like back in the 757 00:46:34.880 --> 00:46:37.880 day, and and they'll bring it back right. ANYTHINK I did wrong back 758 00:46:37.960 --> 00:46:40.039 in two thousand and eight yog care would drop it on you. I'm like, 759 00:46:42.239 --> 00:46:44.559 you know, it's two thousand and twenty two, right. It's like 760 00:46:44.719 --> 00:46:46.599 twenty two years later. Why are you bring it up? Some most off. 761 00:46:46.719 --> 00:46:50.280 That's where it comes from. So, yeah, we're dating. WE'RE 762 00:46:50.320 --> 00:46:52.480 gonna get in trouble for saying like horrible things. I'm going to stop while 763 00:46:52.519 --> 00:46:58.760 we're head. So yeah, subject billy, absolutely, we're not getting canceled 764 00:46:58.880 --> 00:47:01.719 right now. I cannot get that. Nobody terrible bring on a live streaming 765 00:47:01.760 --> 00:47:05.599 hero like doc rock and get him canceled on the show because I just let 766 00:47:05.719 --> 00:47:09.000 him go. Hey, I'd be bad posting. I'm very good at staying 767 00:47:09.119 --> 00:47:14.039 out of the way of the women in my life because, luckily I was 768 00:47:14.199 --> 00:47:16.320 raised by a basically seven women and I was the baby, so I learned 769 00:47:16.440 --> 00:47:20.280 all of the dumb stuff not to do and say at a young age. 770 00:47:20.440 --> 00:47:23.320 Thank goodness, like that. Literally, it could have got worse. It's 771 00:47:23.360 --> 00:47:27.800 so yeah, okay, doc I got one more question for you because I'm 772 00:47:27.920 --> 00:47:30.719 curious about this. In my own show of like different formats and different segments, 773 00:47:30.719 --> 00:47:34.840 setups and all that kind of stuff. COHOSTING, not cohosting. What 774 00:47:35.079 --> 00:47:38.119 is your favorite type of live stream to listen to, like, like, 775 00:47:38.360 --> 00:47:42.159 is it like multi host, like one host? I mean, this is 776 00:47:42.239 --> 00:47:45.760 kind of a dumb but loaded question, like, and I don't want to 777 00:47:45.760 --> 00:47:49.239 ask your favorite live streamer because I gets in real trouble with your community, 778 00:47:49.400 --> 00:47:51.960 but is there like one that you always go to? You like, man, 779 00:47:52.000 --> 00:47:57.880 this is just so entertaining. You know, I kind of do like 780 00:47:58.400 --> 00:48:05.480 multi holes is on, is there on similar levels, when one person is 781 00:48:05.599 --> 00:48:10.320 way better than the other one, it can drag because the other one won't 782 00:48:10.440 --> 00:48:15.320 know how to keep that flow going. But I'm down for them to learn. 783 00:48:15.400 --> 00:48:16.960 If they're learning or they're trying to get there, whatever, right, 784 00:48:17.079 --> 00:48:24.519 I can always deal with that. I I just like ones where you know, 785 00:48:24.719 --> 00:48:28.960 the people are just engaging and it's fun. Because here's the thing that's 786 00:48:29.000 --> 00:48:30.840 cool. We could talk to the community, we could tell them what's on 787 00:48:30.920 --> 00:48:34.800 and like yeah, you're going to repurpose this and make this a podcast. 788 00:48:35.320 --> 00:48:37.199 And if anyone listening to the podcast, because you know, it meant I 789 00:48:37.239 --> 00:48:39.679 got to figure out way to deer for the life, because that looks way 790 00:48:39.800 --> 00:48:43.559 more fun. That, to me is winning. That, to me is 791 00:48:43.599 --> 00:48:50.599 winning because that will give them an opportunity to interact communal like I'm telling you 792 00:48:50.719 --> 00:48:53.960 guys, a lot of times if I'm at home by myself, probably cleaning 793 00:48:54.079 --> 00:49:00.000 the Lani, I'm going to have the podcast on, listening to you guys 794 00:49:00.119 --> 00:49:05.159 with the TV right. So it's really strange. My Number One podcast listening, 795 00:49:05.239 --> 00:49:07.920 the vice happens to be a sixty five, is Sony. It used 796 00:49:07.920 --> 00:49:10.400 to be, you know, the phone or the ipods or a little speaker 797 00:49:10.599 --> 00:49:14.320 or whatever baseball over there that, if you say her name, shall start 798 00:49:14.360 --> 00:49:17.960 talking, but now more times and not as the TV. Why? Because 799 00:49:19.039 --> 00:49:22.039 you folks are keeping me company while I'm at home by myself, you know, 800 00:49:22.480 --> 00:49:25.480 cleaning the house or you know, sort of my adidas or whatever. 801 00:49:25.679 --> 00:49:30.239 You know, it's a thing. So then winters two people. I really 802 00:49:30.280 --> 00:49:35.039 feel like, you know, when Tom and heather doing their thing or unfolders 803 00:49:35.079 --> 00:49:37.960 of doing the thing, I feel like it's the three of us and we're 804 00:49:37.000 --> 00:49:40.800 just good to go. But then now you add the people in the chat. 805 00:49:42.360 --> 00:49:45.679 So I know that Dean's going to show up, I know that you 806 00:49:45.760 --> 00:49:47.880 know, God real is going to show up whatever. So now I'm talking 807 00:49:47.920 --> 00:49:52.039 to my homies in the chat. You know, I'm running around doing stuff 808 00:49:52.360 --> 00:49:55.320 and yeah, it really feels like we together. Here's the craziest part be 809 00:49:57.239 --> 00:50:00.920 when I got to San Diego and got to meet some of the people that 810 00:50:01.199 --> 00:50:05.119 we've been in a chat together for like the last, you know, year 811 00:50:05.159 --> 00:50:08.440 and a half to two years, it just clicked. You would think we've 812 00:50:08.480 --> 00:50:13.159 been together forever, you know what I mean. So, like we're not 813 00:50:13.320 --> 00:50:19.559 to dinner Diana, myself, a girl named Kenya Kelly and Kurt Nugget, 814 00:50:19.599 --> 00:50:22.719 I call him nugget, and we went. I promised Kurt to take them 815 00:50:22.719 --> 00:50:25.679 to the Jamaican restaurant and we went to the Jamaican restaurant and we just had 816 00:50:25.760 --> 00:50:30.360 dinner and you would think, like we hang out at lunch every day. 817 00:50:30.039 --> 00:50:34.119 You know, there's I see Jimmy just popped in, bumping in the Jimmy 818 00:50:34.159 --> 00:50:37.280 and San Diego, and it's just like Yo, you would think that I 819 00:50:37.320 --> 00:50:42.119 got I see Jimmy every single day and that's when you know it's good. 820 00:50:42.320 --> 00:50:46.519 Like that is just super bum you know. So I really do appreciate that. 821 00:50:47.320 --> 00:50:50.599 Yeah, man, I'm the same way. Man, I love it. 822 00:50:50.639 --> 00:50:53.119 I'm always I'm always like looking for live streams. I like, man, 823 00:50:53.320 --> 00:50:55.559 what's people pushing their lives? That where they that where they are. 824 00:50:55.559 --> 00:50:59.320 Like im all. I look for live streams now more than I do for 825 00:50:59.480 --> 00:51:00.840 podcast us, and I used to just listen to a bunch of podcasts. 826 00:51:00.920 --> 00:51:05.079 But it is, man, it is that Camaraderie and the chat, it 827 00:51:05.280 --> 00:51:07.119 is the you know, you know all that kind of stuff that you just 828 00:51:07.280 --> 00:51:10.440 said, like that's what I do love about you. Know, watching India 829 00:51:10.599 --> 00:51:13.880 every night for a hundred nights. I don't you know, I'm not gonna 830 00:51:13.920 --> 00:51:16.480 catch all hundred of them, but I've become, you know, customed to 831 00:51:16.599 --> 00:51:20.519 seven PM Eastern time, like I'm going to jump on Youtube and there she 832 00:51:20.679 --> 00:51:23.199 is hanging out doing, you know, whatever she's doing. I'm going to 833 00:51:23.320 --> 00:51:25.679 jump in there and say hello and so what everybody else is up to. 834 00:51:25.840 --> 00:51:29.239 So it is an awesome way to build a community, man, and I 835 00:51:29.320 --> 00:51:31.719 think I've seen it over the last you know, thirty, forty five days 836 00:51:32.039 --> 00:51:36.039 of doing you know, I think today is like episode thirty nine or something 837 00:51:36.199 --> 00:51:39.800 stupid, and I've started it at the end of March. So we're just 838 00:51:39.960 --> 00:51:44.880 humming along doing the shows. It's so much fun. But the reason why 839 00:51:44.920 --> 00:51:46.280 I did it is just to say, Hey, what I want to do 840 00:51:46.320 --> 00:51:50.000 a live show. Can I do it? Is it impossible, like everyone 841 00:51:50.079 --> 00:51:53.639 says it is every day? The answer is actually, for me it's easier 842 00:51:53.639 --> 00:51:57.559 because I'm add so I don't have time to think about it. I just 843 00:51:57.639 --> 00:52:00.079 got to show up and do it's got to do it. Yeah, if 844 00:52:00.119 --> 00:52:02.719 you're with me, ready or not, here we go. Oh, man, 845 00:52:02.800 --> 00:52:06.159 see you cannot musical to rest me like that, because now I'm an 846 00:52:06.440 --> 00:52:10.679 ready and not here I come. You can't go to find. Sorry, 847 00:52:10.960 --> 00:52:16.320 you know, it's punning to be the doing something everyday thing. It always 848 00:52:16.320 --> 00:52:21.320 seems daunting at the beginning, right. I just looked at double check my 849 00:52:21.440 --> 00:52:25.440 numbers, but today, in about two hours, will make eighty days that 850 00:52:25.519 --> 00:52:30.519 I did this intermittent fasting in a row, and I would send Yego'm like, 851 00:52:30.519 --> 00:52:31.599 Oh, it's gonna be hard to do when I'm traveling. I kept 852 00:52:31.639 --> 00:52:36.760 trying to give my ways, give myself a way out, but I'm like, 853 00:52:36.880 --> 00:52:39.559 nope, but stick to it, because now I got time invested. 854 00:52:40.079 --> 00:52:45.400 Right now that I'm at eighty, I don't want to stop now, right. 855 00:52:45.639 --> 00:52:47.880 So here's the thing. Once you get to bought forty or fifty, 856 00:52:49.440 --> 00:52:52.559 you're gonna hate having to stop, even though you have to move, like 857 00:52:52.719 --> 00:52:57.199 you go have a hard time doing it without moving. It's just going to 858 00:52:57.280 --> 00:53:00.719 be weird. You like, Yo, I'm gonna break my streak, and 859 00:53:00.960 --> 00:53:05.119 so it becomes that. And this is why streak challenges work. And sometimes 860 00:53:05.199 --> 00:53:08.559 you got a challenge yourself. One of my students who curses me out every 861 00:53:08.639 --> 00:53:13.280 time because she did not want to do lives. She did not want to 862 00:53:13.320 --> 00:53:15.719 do reals, but she's like, I'm gonna just go ahead, I'm listen 863 00:53:15.760 --> 00:53:19.119 to coach, I'm gonna go through it, I'm gonna do it. She 864 00:53:19.280 --> 00:53:22.440 started to do I said, okay, you need to do a real or 865 00:53:22.519 --> 00:53:27.320 a live IG, like ten days in a row, and she's like no, 866 00:53:27.599 --> 00:53:30.440 I'm not at but she gave up and said I'm gonna do seven. 867 00:53:30.920 --> 00:53:35.800 She's at forty something right now. Dank for you know. I mean. 868 00:53:36.360 --> 00:53:38.679 So you start out even the pushback. I told her do ten and she 869 00:53:38.760 --> 00:53:43.599 gave me the fingers like shut up, I'll do seven right. But then 870 00:53:43.639 --> 00:53:45.280 once you get that seven in, you like Oh, he said it was 871 00:53:45.360 --> 00:53:49.320 easier than I thought. I'm not going to let doc wins. I'M gonna 872 00:53:49.320 --> 00:53:51.920 finish this ten. And it's like, you know, I'm just do eleven. 873 00:53:52.119 --> 00:53:53.800 So I could just be like look, Sucker, I did your ten, 874 00:53:53.920 --> 00:53:57.960 look, I did eleven. So shut up and it. Now she 875 00:53:58.159 --> 00:54:00.440 has psyched herself and she's at forty. So he bought the pop fifty and 876 00:54:00.559 --> 00:54:04.199 now she can't quick because she knows she got to hit that fifty, and 877 00:54:04.360 --> 00:54:07.079 fifty will become seventy five, and seventy five will become a honey and next 878 00:54:07.159 --> 00:54:09.800 you know, I did enter hunted. Seem like you was right, and 879 00:54:09.840 --> 00:54:14.559 I was like, I know him right as why I'm a coach. But 880 00:54:14.719 --> 00:54:17.079 tell I said that, she go to punch me. You got to get 881 00:54:17.079 --> 00:54:21.000 a booting from a lot of women today. A lot of them is a 882 00:54:21.079 --> 00:54:23.840 wife. The students made. I, you know, in your hundred percent 883 00:54:23.920 --> 00:54:27.159 right, and I am. There's a little bit of me that it's like, 884 00:54:27.239 --> 00:54:29.199 Oh man, I don't want to take next we you know, a 885 00:54:29.280 --> 00:54:32.119 couple days off next week and then the whole week after that. However, 886 00:54:32.440 --> 00:54:35.760 I do think it's important to, you know, take some rest time. 887 00:54:36.079 --> 00:54:37.920 But I don't know, maybe I'll, maybe I'll get somebody to do it 888 00:54:38.280 --> 00:54:42.320 for me and then, and then, who know, who knows, maybe 889 00:54:42.320 --> 00:54:44.880 I'll show up alive on my phone, like I always talked about. You 890 00:54:44.960 --> 00:54:47.119 don't have to have the best day to do it. So who cares? 891 00:54:47.119 --> 00:54:50.880 May I'll show up on Youtube, just on my phone for five minutes today 892 00:54:51.039 --> 00:54:53.559 until we yes, settling. Yes care. Just you know what you do 893 00:54:53.760 --> 00:54:59.599 for that time be? You explain to them what you're doing about the move. 894 00:54:59.800 --> 00:55:01.800 Let them be part of the move, right, because if you okay, 895 00:55:01.840 --> 00:55:05.760 if we was all going to be in north clack with you. I 896 00:55:05.840 --> 00:55:08.000 would bring you something, right, true. I'll bring you some bees, 897 00:55:08.039 --> 00:55:12.280 I'll bring you some ribs with that sauce, you know, bring you some 898 00:55:12.599 --> 00:55:15.400 tea, some sweet tea, whatever you're talking to guys on keyto man, 899 00:55:15.440 --> 00:55:17.840 I can't in none of that stuff. I can have. You just just 900 00:55:19.039 --> 00:55:22.239 made me start drooling them like cow. You can eat dry ribs, you 901 00:55:22.360 --> 00:55:23.880 know, you can drive rubb your ribs. All right, so them says 902 00:55:23.960 --> 00:55:27.559 right. I mean I would bring you some I can bring you unsweet and 903 00:55:27.599 --> 00:55:30.760 tea. Yeah, that sounds good. Great. You know, I'm many 904 00:55:30.079 --> 00:55:34.480 heels hat and be like welcome back, you know back. Yeah, right, 905 00:55:34.599 --> 00:55:37.920 so until give them the opportunity to do that's a look at. Okay, 906 00:55:37.960 --> 00:55:40.639 look this the new spot. You know, we moving in just the 907 00:55:40.719 --> 00:55:44.000 outside. You know, I just want to be throwing my barbecues. I 908 00:55:44.119 --> 00:55:45.920 might do some of my lives out here while I'm throwing the queue, you 909 00:55:46.039 --> 00:55:49.360 know, because we're back in North Carolina, so I got to throw the 910 00:55:49.440 --> 00:55:52.320 que right. It's good for key, though. You know, just say 911 00:55:52.440 --> 00:55:54.320 I'm going in the Home Depot right now to pick up some supplies. Here's 912 00:55:54.360 --> 00:55:58.119 some paints, what should I get? And somebody going to be like Nah, 913 00:55:58.159 --> 00:56:00.880 man, don't get the bear. That joins the RIPOFF. You want 914 00:56:00.920 --> 00:56:02.960 them will deal Sherwin Williams. Matter of fact, don't even buy your pain 915 00:56:04.079 --> 00:56:07.519 from Home Depot because it's designed not the coat in the single code. Go 916 00:56:07.639 --> 00:56:09.920 to the paint store. By it from the actual pain store. Is even 917 00:56:10.000 --> 00:56:14.119 cheaper, even though you would not think that, and you can get away 918 00:56:14.159 --> 00:56:16.119 with a single code because it's better. And that's actual facts, not even 919 00:56:16.159 --> 00:56:20.599 making it up. Love it. Yeah, see that. I know you 920 00:56:20.719 --> 00:56:23.280 get them random facts, man, I love it. DOC This has been 921 00:56:23.360 --> 00:56:27.239 so much fun. Thanks for jumping on. I would stay on here for 922 00:56:27.239 --> 00:56:29.960 another two hours, but my dogs at the groomer. You know, we 923 00:56:30.039 --> 00:56:31.920 got all this stuff move, move, we're literally moving, moving, moving 924 00:56:31.960 --> 00:56:35.440 all the time, like for the next couple weeks. So we're got, 925 00:56:35.519 --> 00:56:38.679 you know, balancing act over here. But go follow this guy. If 926 00:56:38.719 --> 00:56:43.480 you're not falling docked, then you're missing out on some amazing content, amazing 927 00:56:43.599 --> 00:56:45.440 encouragement. So, man, hats off to you. I would take mine, 928 00:56:45.480 --> 00:56:49.800 but I probably look a little bald and Harry. Maybe, maybe not. 929 00:56:49.960 --> 00:56:52.679 Hats off to you. I don't look but I just like look at 930 00:56:52.719 --> 00:56:53.880 my head. It's insane. I haven't had time to get a haircut. 931 00:56:54.000 --> 00:56:57.239 Man, I'm telling you're going to be a good ball head. You can 932 00:56:57.320 --> 00:57:00.639 look a little bit like powder, but you'll be perfectly for it's good you 933 00:57:00.760 --> 00:57:05.360 get then. If I got a dollar there for every time somebody made fun 934 00:57:05.400 --> 00:57:07.960 of my head on the show, I would I'd be up there right now. 935 00:57:07.079 --> 00:57:10.559 I'd probably at least ten bucks. Oh my God, you said have 936 00:57:10.800 --> 00:57:15.039 the the dollar like Super Cat or like the buy me a coffee like eighty 937 00:57:15.039 --> 00:57:16.800 times. We'll make fut of my head. You got to go to this 938 00:57:16.920 --> 00:57:21.239 day and put a dollar in the head joke jar. Yeah, the head 939 00:57:21.320 --> 00:57:22.840 joke are I'm going to put that. I'm going to put implement that. 940 00:57:23.079 --> 00:57:27.639 That's my that's my takeaway from the show man they be. Man, it's 941 00:57:27.719 --> 00:57:29.880 been awesome. Yeah, man, it's been so much fun. Doc, 942 00:57:29.920 --> 00:57:34.199 I really appreciate you brought thanks for jumping in, Muhalla. All Right, 943 00:57:34.400 --> 00:57:37.440 man, that is it for creating daily thank you, guys, so much, 944 00:57:37.440 --> 00:57:40.440 for jumping on watching. Be Sure to join US tomorrow. I'm going 945 00:57:40.480 --> 00:57:45.440 to be joined by Chris Stone from Del casters. They create amazing show over 946 00:57:45.559 --> 00:57:50.079 on Amazon. He's a podcast producer and we're going to talk about how do 947 00:57:50.119 --> 00:57:53.480 you build a dynamic show? It's one thing to go live or hit the 948 00:57:53.559 --> 00:57:57.400 record button, but how do you build a show that people want to keep 949 00:57:57.480 --> 00:58:00.920 coming back to, keep listening to, keep watching all that kind of stuff. 950 00:58:00.960 --> 00:58:04.599 So so come bring your questions, all that kind of stuff for Cris 951 00:58:04.880 --> 00:58:08.360 Stone tomorrow, two PM Eastern, one PM Central. Thank you so much 952 00:58:08.440 --> 00:58:12.960 for joining. Hit that subscribe button, follow, like, share all those 953 00:58:13.000 --> 00:58:15.199 fun things and we'll see you tomorrow to pm