May 2, 2022

Steps To Building A ROCK STAR Brand

Steps To Building A ROCK STAR Brand

"You gotta build your brand!" You've heard this 1,000x but I'm willing to bet the people saying that aren't even sure what that means. On today's show I am talking with Chris Vagilo to get a better understanding of what "build your brand" means and a few tips to make it happen!   

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.360 --> 00:00:05.960 Now here's something we hope really like. You're listening to creating daily. There's 2 00:00:06.000 --> 00:00:09.119 something wrong with you. You know that because you and I are like a 3 00:00:09.240 --> 00:00:13.359 mullet is the is the business. So he's the front part of the haircut 4 00:00:13.439 --> 00:00:17.120 and then I'm the party in the back. I think they're hilarious. Speaks 5 00:00:17.160 --> 00:00:23.640 to me. It's like he's saying what I'm thinking. What is going on? 6 00:00:23.679 --> 00:00:27.000 Everyone, and welcome to another episode of creating daily. I'm your host, 7 00:00:27.039 --> 00:00:30.760 Billy Thorpe, and on today's episode we're gonna have a lot of fun. 8 00:00:30.879 --> 00:00:32.880 All right, that's all I got to say about that. Brent is 9 00:00:32.920 --> 00:00:38.159 already in the chat over on facebook saying this is the anticipation is killing him. 10 00:00:38.159 --> 00:00:40.439 So I'm glad you could wait two minutes. I was going to change 11 00:00:40.439 --> 00:00:44.159 that countdown the five minutes, but maybe I'm not going to. Okay, 12 00:00:44.159 --> 00:00:47.600 because I don't have that much patience. So today's shows going to be pretty 13 00:00:47.640 --> 00:00:51.119 awesome. Actually, this whole entire week on creating daily's Cann be awesome. 14 00:00:51.119 --> 00:00:55.200 I got Chris Baguilo joining me today to talk about the building a rock star 15 00:00:55.359 --> 00:00:58.719 brand. Really going to be talking about building your personal brand and I think 16 00:00:58.719 --> 00:01:02.600 it's a content creators. It's hugely, hugely important for us to do along 17 00:01:02.640 --> 00:01:06.040 the journey not just hide behind the logo but really get out there, put 18 00:01:06.040 --> 00:01:08.000 our faces out there, be vulnerable and build our community and our audience. 19 00:01:08.000 --> 00:01:11.680 We could talk about all that fun stuff. I got my friend John Join 20 00:01:11.760 --> 00:01:15.239 me tomorrow to talk about the creative brain overload and how to deal with that. 21 00:01:17.000 --> 00:01:19.599 Wednesday we get a creator round table coming up, going to be on 22 00:01:19.640 --> 00:01:23.239 club house and on all the live streaming platforms that we're currently on. Thursday 23 00:01:23.280 --> 00:01:26.120 we are what am I doing? Thursday? I'm going to I'm going to 24 00:01:26.200 --> 00:01:30.760 talk to you about audio gear, what you can buy that doesn't break the 25 00:01:30.799 --> 00:01:34.400 bank to really level up your audio as a creator, content creator, live 26 00:01:34.400 --> 00:01:38.799 streamer. And then finish it up on Friday. My normal cohost, sedd 27 00:01:38.000 --> 00:01:41.599 is a little bit under the weather this week. I'm going to let him 28 00:01:41.599 --> 00:01:42.840 rest them. We give him a day off. All right, he's older, 29 00:01:44.400 --> 00:01:46.760 not feeling good. Going to give them a day off. I'm going 30 00:01:46.799 --> 00:01:51.239 to bring my friend Chris Giles into talk about NFT's and how we can use 31 00:01:51.319 --> 00:01:57.680 them to create revenue into our live streaming projects, all that kind of fun 32 00:01:57.719 --> 00:02:01.079 stuff. So saday, though. My friend Chris, he's a great dude, 33 00:02:01.280 --> 00:02:07.599 comes from the long history of film and Video, photography, music, 34 00:02:07.599 --> 00:02:12.680 all those fun things, and so he's going to be joining us here in 35 00:02:12.719 --> 00:02:15.919 a few minutes from the rocket growth agency headquarters. I don't know if that's 36 00:02:15.919 --> 00:02:19.479 what he calls them, but that's what I decided to call it last minute. 37 00:02:19.520 --> 00:02:23.960 All right. So let's jump her right in to our first little segment 38 00:02:23.039 --> 00:02:28.840 here. As you guys always know, before we have the person on the 39 00:02:28.840 --> 00:02:30.319 the real person, the special person, we could have a couple of segments, 40 00:02:30.360 --> 00:02:35.680 so let's go ahead and jump right into what it's still time with creating 41 00:02:35.800 --> 00:02:40.879 daily all right. So today's tool is pod decks. 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I did so many called actions, but today I'm really pumped, 76 00:05:02.920 --> 00:05:06.480 I'm really excited. I've had a lot of coffee and I got my 77 00:05:06.480 --> 00:05:10.879 friend Chris on, who is just a wealth of knowledge when it comes to 78 00:05:10.879 --> 00:05:15.040 building personal brands. Like I said earlier, spent a lot of time of 79 00:05:15.199 --> 00:05:17.920 building a brand for twenty years. Decided I really want to help people in 80 00:05:18.000 --> 00:05:21.959 made a transition into helping people one on one and small groups, that kind 81 00:05:21.959 --> 00:05:26.439 of thing, and so today he is here to help us ione to welcome 82 00:05:26.600 --> 00:05:29.800 my friend Chris Vangulo to the show. What's up, Chris, how are 83 00:05:29.800 --> 00:05:32.160 you doing? Man, pretty awesome. Thanks for having me. This is 84 00:05:32.160 --> 00:05:34.920 great. Thanks for having this is this is really cool. So happy to 85 00:05:34.959 --> 00:05:39.199 finally be on her because, you know, I've been watching the show since 86 00:05:39.199 --> 00:05:43.560 you started doing it and it's been really cool seeing all the different guests that 87 00:05:43.600 --> 00:05:47.920 I have come on and everybody's I've actually learned a lot from a lot of 88 00:05:47.920 --> 00:05:50.720 the experts that you've had on here. So this has been a great show. 89 00:05:50.759 --> 00:05:53.839 So yeah, thanks for having me. Yeah, man. Well, 90 00:05:53.920 --> 00:05:58.079 Hey, I appreciate it's always honors share of stage with you, either on 91 00:05:58.120 --> 00:06:01.480 clubhouse or now here on on this live stream. So I guess we're sharing 92 00:06:01.480 --> 00:06:05.000 a lot of stages because we're on youtube and facebook and guild and bullhorn and 93 00:06:05.040 --> 00:06:09.600 all the places, and just want to remok yeah, man, everywhere. 94 00:06:09.600 --> 00:06:14.120 We're everywhere. So I want to remind people too that they can ask any 95 00:06:14.199 --> 00:06:16.800 questions in the in the chat. Just put q Cole and ask your question. 96 00:06:16.839 --> 00:06:19.360 That way I can quickly get to it and bring it on the screen 97 00:06:19.839 --> 00:06:24.639 or what not. So so, Chris, before we jump into it, 98 00:06:24.720 --> 00:06:28.000 speaking of pod decks, I got a few pod deck questions for you. 99 00:06:28.160 --> 00:06:30.399 I want to without here to just get it, you know, get it 100 00:06:30.399 --> 00:06:34.240 all warmed up, change it up a little bit. So so first question. 101 00:06:34.399 --> 00:06:40.319 If you were designing your own fragrance to represent you, what would you 102 00:06:40.360 --> 00:06:48.519 call it? Fi with designing my own fragrance, what would I call it? 103 00:06:48.560 --> 00:06:53.399 What would you call it? Yeah, man, I think I'm just 104 00:06:53.399 --> 00:06:56.480 going to keep it with with the theme of everything, you know, like 105 00:06:56.560 --> 00:06:59.879 I think I'll just call like rocket, you know, called rocker. See, 106 00:07:00.040 --> 00:07:01.079 all right, rocket, you know, like you know, with the 107 00:07:01.160 --> 00:07:04.199 lightning bolt and everything. So it's like, you know, it's the rocket 108 00:07:04.199 --> 00:07:08.720 fragrance, the whole thing. All right, all right, just keep the 109 00:07:08.800 --> 00:07:11.240 branding go. It is deep. Yeah, I mean your Brandon Guy, 110 00:07:11.279 --> 00:07:14.600 like you can't come off brand. That was a dumb quick get out of 111 00:07:14.639 --> 00:07:17.399 here, dumb question. Get Out of here. I should never bad like 112 00:07:17.519 --> 00:07:21.439 that old like David Letterman, like sound of factor. He's the throws like 113 00:07:21.000 --> 00:07:24.399 you, like the glass shattered by you. Yeah, I did. I 114 00:07:24.399 --> 00:07:26.600 should get that. I would. I throw something. I just hit that 115 00:07:26.639 --> 00:07:30.240 big. Was I used always laugh at that. Um. All right, 116 00:07:30.240 --> 00:07:31.720 me. So, speaking of branding, speaking of like social media, getting 117 00:07:31.720 --> 00:07:33.879 people. Well, we haven't spoke of any of that yet, but we 118 00:07:33.920 --> 00:07:39.160 will. What is a surefire way that someone can grab your attention? So 119 00:07:39.240 --> 00:07:42.680 their brows and Linkedin, they come across Chris Bagilot and they go, I 120 00:07:42.680 --> 00:07:46.000 want this guy's attention. How do they get it? You know, I 121 00:07:46.000 --> 00:07:49.079 love this question actually, because I get you know, you always get these 122 00:07:49.120 --> 00:07:54.680 DM's and stuff like that, like and honestly, the sure far away to 123 00:07:54.680 --> 00:07:59.160 get my attention is the you something like actually have read through my profile or 124 00:07:59.199 --> 00:08:03.800 my bio and mention something that you know is of interest to make like literally. 125 00:08:03.839 --> 00:08:05.800 That always gets me right away because then I immediately know like well, 126 00:08:05.839 --> 00:08:09.120 somebody took the time to actually get to know me, at least from a 127 00:08:09.120 --> 00:08:13.040 surface level. And it's not just the hello, how are you doing today? 128 00:08:13.160 --> 00:08:16.800 Like you know immediately it's a delete. So that's what I would say. 129 00:08:16.879 --> 00:08:20.399 Yeah, and I'll say this. I'll answer for Chris. That was 130 00:08:20.439 --> 00:08:22.439 a good that was good answer, but I have a better one. Just 131 00:08:22.480 --> 00:08:26.079 mentioned something about Star Wars and he'll jump right all that. You guys will 132 00:08:26.120 --> 00:08:28.360 be best friends and then I guess this would be a good segue to tell 133 00:08:28.399 --> 00:08:33.600 you, Chris, I've never watched a full star wars movie. Get Out 134 00:08:33.639 --> 00:08:35.159 of here. I know, I know, and I when I found out 135 00:08:35.159 --> 00:08:37.360 that you're a huge star wars fan, I was like, thank God this 136 00:08:37.399 --> 00:08:41.399 guy didn't book on the fourth, because I would have been like dead in 137 00:08:41.440 --> 00:08:46.399 the water for like an hour. Yeah, made me the fourth, but 138 00:08:46.559 --> 00:08:50.080 yeah, that's that's crazy, because, I mean it's fine that you don't. 139 00:08:50.159 --> 00:08:52.679 You know, go ahead, you can hang on our wars, but 140 00:08:52.720 --> 00:08:58.240 it but it's I think in our age, you know our age range, 141 00:08:58.440 --> 00:09:01.559 it's a little a bit of a rare thing to have met somebody that's never 142 00:09:01.600 --> 00:09:09.360 watched a full star wars anything like show movie. You know. So I 143 00:09:09.399 --> 00:09:11.000 feel I know people are hating me right now. People are hating me. 144 00:09:11.039 --> 00:09:16.759 Brent's are Brent is already in the chat booing me. My men hate you. 145 00:09:16.840 --> 00:09:18.799 It's really hate thing. But I but I questioned. This is a 146 00:09:18.879 --> 00:09:22.039 shot. You know what, I don't even know if you're a human. 147 00:09:22.080 --> 00:09:26.039 I'M gonna go ahead and kill kick you out of my circle. Oh Man. 148 00:09:26.200 --> 00:09:28.679 All right, and I got one more silly question and we'll kind of 149 00:09:28.759 --> 00:09:31.240 jump into it. Okay, in this is, this is if you were 150 00:09:31.360 --> 00:09:35.039 musically incline, which I know that you are musically inclined, who would you 151 00:09:35.039 --> 00:09:39.039 want to have in private jam session with? Man, it would be my 152 00:09:39.120 --> 00:09:43.000 hero, who unfortunately passed away a couple couple of years ago now, which 153 00:09:43.039 --> 00:09:46.120 can't believe it's been. Actually it's been a year. I think it's been 154 00:09:46.120 --> 00:09:50.639 a full year. And Evan Helen. All right, yeah, I mean 155 00:09:50.799 --> 00:09:56.600 I's and I don't think I would even jam because I could be but, 156 00:09:56.759 --> 00:10:01.879 like, I mean he's the reason why I even started playing. Between him, 157 00:10:01.879 --> 00:10:05.480 ACE Frehley and probably Randy Rhodes and Jimmy page, those are like my 158 00:10:05.480 --> 00:10:09.919 my four leg go to guitar players. That like what I was really young. 159 00:10:09.000 --> 00:10:13.639 I was like there's nothing better than that. So but yeah, I 160 00:10:13.639 --> 00:10:16.559 would be Addie Eddie, all right, and Evan Hill. Well, yeah, 161 00:10:16.559 --> 00:10:20.240 that's unfortunate, but I mean that's unfortunately you won't have that opportunity. 162 00:10:20.279 --> 00:10:24.519 However, that's a good pick, man, that's a good pick. Yeah, 163 00:10:24.559 --> 00:10:26.240 I might just be I don't know if I would jam with anybody because 164 00:10:26.240 --> 00:10:28.200 I'm also a guitar player, but I don't know, I don't know, 165 00:10:28.279 --> 00:10:33.440 like there's people bull I admire, but if I was given an opportunity to 166 00:10:33.559 --> 00:10:35.679 jam with them, I may just decline and to see, you know what, 167 00:10:35.799 --> 00:10:39.720 I'm just sit real close and watch. Yeah, that's you don't want 168 00:10:39.759 --> 00:10:43.519 like and I think about that, but I'm like, you know, like 169 00:10:43.600 --> 00:10:46.679 even favorite musician, but I can at least pie play like a you know, 170 00:10:46.840 --> 00:10:50.120 far three, three, bar, for for Bar, like blues or 171 00:10:50.159 --> 00:10:52.360 something like that. Because, true, m out, you know, I 172 00:10:52.399 --> 00:10:54.679 can at least hold my hold my own on that. And then he could 173 00:10:54.720 --> 00:10:58.360 just rip. Yeah, that's pretty true. That's true. That's true. 174 00:10:58.399 --> 00:11:01.200 Yeah, yeah, like, you know what, just give me a bass, 175 00:11:01.240 --> 00:11:03.279 I'll play the bass line. Okay, I don't skip over here, 176 00:11:03.279 --> 00:11:07.000 you go the rhythm. Michael avity did that for years. It's just like, 177 00:11:07.039 --> 00:11:11.679 you know, just didn't fine your Bass player and Van Hall and good 178 00:11:11.720 --> 00:11:18.600 job. Yay, right, like you're awesome. Pressure at all. Well, 179 00:11:18.639 --> 00:11:22.240 I won't. I won't get you distracted by music and star wars anymore. 180 00:11:22.320 --> 00:11:26.600 I already have. So, man, your content creator. You've been 181 00:11:26.639 --> 00:11:28.840 a content creator for a long time. I mean you own a business of 182 00:11:28.840 --> 00:11:33.960 film and Film Business for twenty years. You transition, you came over to 183 00:11:35.320 --> 00:11:37.919 you know, helping people individually become their own brand, but, you know, 184 00:11:37.919 --> 00:11:43.159 become recognized in their world. So I hear a lot of people say 185 00:11:43.240 --> 00:11:46.639 this and I even say this. Hell, I think it's even in the 186 00:11:46.679 --> 00:11:52.720 creating daily pods like podcast description of like we hope you build your brand, 187 00:11:52.799 --> 00:11:56.240 your grow your brand. And then, when I really be honest with myself, 188 00:11:56.240 --> 00:11:58.600 I'm like, I don't even find know what that means. I know 189 00:11:58.639 --> 00:12:03.240 what it means to a ten foot level, but I like a Thirtyzero foot 190 00:12:03.320 --> 00:12:07.000 level. So what does that mean, Chris Waglo? You know, it's 191 00:12:07.039 --> 00:12:11.639 actually really simple at the end of the day. Really, when we're talking 192 00:12:11.639 --> 00:12:15.000 about like your personal brand, I'm going to separate a little bit because you 193 00:12:15.120 --> 00:12:18.360 like you have your company brand, right, which is like it's your company 194 00:12:18.360 --> 00:12:20.720 brand, it's kind of what your brand stands for. What kind of emotion 195 00:12:20.799 --> 00:12:24.120 is an evoke when people want to buy it or do business with with your 196 00:12:24.120 --> 00:12:28.200 company and your brand? But like on a personal brand, the keyword there 197 00:12:28.279 --> 00:12:31.919 is personal, right. So just keep it really simple. Is it's really 198 00:12:31.960 --> 00:12:35.960 all about you, you know, like putting yourself out there and letting people 199 00:12:37.039 --> 00:12:41.440 see like the real you, not the sort of like fabricated as I like 200 00:12:41.480 --> 00:12:45.639 to say, like a Matrix, Matrix version of of yourself, like it's 201 00:12:45.720 --> 00:12:50.360 really all about who you are, what your core values are as a human 202 00:12:50.399 --> 00:12:54.559 being and the things that you're interested in, and letting that become part of 203 00:12:54.679 --> 00:12:58.919 you, know, letting people see who you are and what you're all about, 204 00:12:58.960 --> 00:13:01.240 and I think that that is, I mean, that's a simplest way 205 00:13:01.279 --> 00:13:07.399 to boil it down, is to not make the assumption at everybody just knows 206 00:13:07.399 --> 00:13:09.200 who you are what you're doing, and, you know, everybody goes, 207 00:13:09.240 --> 00:13:11.559 Hey, well, what's the thing? How do I differentiate myself? How 208 00:13:11.559 --> 00:13:16.240 do I stand now? I honestly just beat yourself like there's no one you 209 00:13:16.360 --> 00:13:20.080 or yourself, like there's no one exactly like you, even if, you 210 00:13:20.120 --> 00:13:22.759 know, like billy, you and I could have gone to like the same 211 00:13:24.440 --> 00:13:28.200 like concert together, right, but like the experience you had at that concert 212 00:13:28.279 --> 00:13:31.320 is probably going to be different than my experience, even though we may have 213 00:13:31.399 --> 00:13:35.639 even gotten together, driven in the same car and like hung out together. 214 00:13:35.679 --> 00:13:37.399 Like your perception of that night, in my perception, and I are going 215 00:13:37.440 --> 00:13:41.679 to be, you know, different and that experience is going to be unique 216 00:13:41.679 --> 00:13:45.279 to us. And so that that's a really like simple, simple way of 217 00:13:45.279 --> 00:13:48.120 boiling it down. But when you compare it out to like somebody's life, 218 00:13:48.200 --> 00:13:52.320 right, and what they've been through, those are two things that make you 219 00:13:52.519 --> 00:13:56.879 a unique human being. You know. You don't really have to look much 220 00:13:56.919 --> 00:14:01.320 further than what you've accomplished in life today, you know. Yeah, man, 221 00:14:01.480 --> 00:14:03.759 I love that because I think a lot of people do Swish in the 222 00:14:03.799 --> 00:14:07.840 business world. It's like, and I see this in the content creation space, 223 00:14:07.840 --> 00:14:09.919 I see a lot of people hiding behind and I'm not gonna say hiding 224 00:14:09.960 --> 00:14:13.600 behind, like they're, you know, trying to hide something. But right 225 00:14:13.679 --> 00:14:16.799 it's just like it's safer back here behind my logo, behind my brand. 226 00:14:16.960 --> 00:14:20.320 I don't want to put myself on my artword like, I don't want to 227 00:14:20.360 --> 00:14:24.240 do any of that because I want to be about the message. But it's 228 00:14:24.360 --> 00:14:28.039 the same in business as in content creation. I think that people come for 229 00:14:28.240 --> 00:14:31.879 the person who's creating it at the end of the day, like you know, 230 00:14:31.960 --> 00:14:35.000 sad meadows is on the show Friday and he was basically saying, Hey, 231 00:14:35.039 --> 00:14:39.240 who has more followers? Amazon or Bezos, you know, like Elon 232 00:14:39.360 --> 00:14:43.000 Musk or his projects, and it's always the person who's creating it, and 233 00:14:43.039 --> 00:14:46.799 that's where the interesting thing comes through, and so I love it that you, 234 00:14:46.840 --> 00:14:50.919 in Your Business, like take your shovel, your coach shovel, and 235 00:14:50.960 --> 00:14:54.600 dig down deep and say hey, let's let's get some stuff through the surface. 236 00:14:54.679 --> 00:14:58.440 That's pretty cool. So, Mane, if I walked into your office 237 00:14:58.559 --> 00:15:03.960 or zoom call, like what's the first thing that you're gonna kind of dive 238 00:15:03.039 --> 00:15:05.600 into to say, Hey, here's the first thing you need to do to 239 00:15:05.679 --> 00:15:09.559 find who you are and what you want to share about yourself? Yeah, 240 00:15:09.600 --> 00:15:13.399 I mean. Well, the first thing I always ask everybody is honestly, 241 00:15:13.440 --> 00:15:16.159 like what are you looking to accomplish at the end of the day, you 242 00:15:16.200 --> 00:15:20.720 know, and whether that's you know, could be just as flat as like, 243 00:15:20.759 --> 00:15:24.639 Hey, I'm just looking to stand out. Like, for instance, 244 00:15:24.679 --> 00:15:26.639 like I've worked not I'm not going to give a any names, but I've 245 00:15:26.639 --> 00:15:31.279 worked with, say, somebody WHO's sells commercial insurance for a living, right, 246 00:15:31.399 --> 00:15:37.679 and they, you know, great, great awesome person, but there 247 00:15:37.919 --> 00:15:41.559 is in his company, there's a lot of them, all selling the same 248 00:15:41.559 --> 00:15:46.320 products and services. Right. So in that sense it's like how do I 249 00:15:46.399 --> 00:15:50.120 just get that that edge, that little bit of a competitive edge, in 250 00:15:50.120 --> 00:15:52.120 the sense where I'm going to stand out and I'm going to become more memorable, 251 00:15:52.320 --> 00:15:56.639 right. So that's ultimately then, like that's something to work on, 252 00:15:56.679 --> 00:15:58.120 to say, Hey, Chris, how can I become more memorable, because 253 00:15:58.120 --> 00:16:03.879 I want people to remember who I am, not just to be like polarizing 254 00:16:03.919 --> 00:16:07.639 and loud, because it's all about like well, who are you? Naturally, 255 00:16:07.679 --> 00:16:10.840 so what we then begin to do is like, let's start thinking about, 256 00:16:10.919 --> 00:16:15.000 or let's start looking at your strengths, you know, your characteristics, 257 00:16:15.039 --> 00:16:18.679 the things that make you inherently who you are, and now let's begin to 258 00:16:18.679 --> 00:16:23.799 really push those to the front of you know what it is you're trying to 259 00:16:23.799 --> 00:16:27.639 do. Let's let's use those. They're really they're all strengths. Let's use 260 00:16:27.679 --> 00:16:30.960 those and let's get them out the front. So then that way people can 261 00:16:32.039 --> 00:16:36.080 begin to say, Oh, you're the guy that like star wars and and 262 00:16:36.080 --> 00:16:38.360 and metal, like yes, I am that guy, and you know why, 263 00:16:38.399 --> 00:16:42.120 and that's fine, and they but I'm also the guy who's, you 264 00:16:42.159 --> 00:16:45.440 know, I've, you know, been a content creator. I owned a 265 00:16:45.440 --> 00:16:49.000 business, so I know how to run business. I'm also the person who 266 00:16:49.000 --> 00:16:55.080 talks a lot about personal branding and feeling more confident in yourself and and finding 267 00:16:55.120 --> 00:16:57.240 like sort of your own like you know, your inner power, but I 268 00:16:57.279 --> 00:17:00.039 mean really, it is. It's just that it's the things you apparently possessed, 269 00:17:00.039 --> 00:17:03.559 the things you were born with, and just stepping into it and say, 270 00:17:03.639 --> 00:17:06.480 you know what, yeah, this is who I am and these are 271 00:17:06.519 --> 00:17:10.359 things I'm interested in, and I'm also really good at these things, like 272 00:17:10.400 --> 00:17:12.319 I'm very knowledge, I'm an expert in these things, and using all of 273 00:17:12.359 --> 00:17:17.920 that in just a completely like, you know, the word of the last 274 00:17:17.960 --> 00:17:21.000 couple of years has been authentic, but really it's true. Yeah, it 275 00:17:21.680 --> 00:17:23.720 is an authentic thing because it's you. It's not like you're making it up, 276 00:17:23.759 --> 00:17:27.119 like if I said, hey, billy in the you know, I 277 00:17:27.119 --> 00:17:32.720 gotta listen, I'm running this Webinar. Had someone back out. I've got 278 00:17:32.720 --> 00:17:36.839 a great spot. It's about fifteen minutes. Do you have a topic you 279 00:17:36.880 --> 00:17:41.640 can talk to for at least fifteen minutes to provide value? And I'm sure 280 00:17:41.640 --> 00:17:45.200 you'd be like Dr Chris, I know exactly what I can like right away. 281 00:17:45.400 --> 00:17:47.720 Yeah, you know exactly what you could talk about for fifteen minutes. 282 00:17:47.720 --> 00:17:51.519 Why? Because you're an expert in that topic or subject you feel confident about 283 00:17:51.599 --> 00:17:53.640 and you're providing high value, like that's that's, you know, the stuff, 284 00:17:53.680 --> 00:17:56.599 that's your strength. Yeah, that's the things you know about. So 285 00:17:56.720 --> 00:17:59.920 so that's a good that's a good test, I guess, to say, 286 00:18:00.039 --> 00:18:02.480 Hey, if if I called you right now, last minute, what could 287 00:18:02.519 --> 00:18:06.720 you talk about? But are there are other ways that people, because you 288 00:18:06.759 --> 00:18:11.000 know, sometimes like okay, so this show, for instance, creating daylight, 289 00:18:11.160 --> 00:18:15.160 like I'm getting so many comments from people who probably only you know, 290 00:18:15.160 --> 00:18:17.680 maybe they'll watch the show one time, maybe they'll watch it every week, 291 00:18:17.799 --> 00:18:18.839 but they're like, dude, you're pretty good at that, you know, 292 00:18:19.000 --> 00:18:22.839 like you're okay. Then I'm like am I am I because I'm like have 293 00:18:22.119 --> 00:18:26.640 fun, I'm goofing off. There's no like hey, if you don't do 294 00:18:26.680 --> 00:18:29.519 this perfect, you're out, like there's no yeah, nine to five, 295 00:18:29.519 --> 00:18:32.400 there's no job attached to it. So I'm having a I'm having a lot 296 00:18:32.440 --> 00:18:37.039 of fun doing what I want to do and probably being myself more now than 297 00:18:37.039 --> 00:18:41.400 ever in front of people show. Is that like something that you coach people 298 00:18:41.400 --> 00:18:45.359 to do, like hey, go talk to five people who know you and 299 00:18:45.400 --> 00:18:48.279 five people who don't and see what they like about you and then, well, 300 00:18:48.400 --> 00:18:52.480 actually, yeah, so that one of the ex yeah, it's you 301 00:18:52.480 --> 00:18:55.160 actually bring up a great because that is one of the things I do talk 302 00:18:55.240 --> 00:18:59.599 to people about as like what I typically say is a great thing to do 303 00:18:59.799 --> 00:19:02.319 is sort of like this, like, I don't what do you want to 304 00:19:02.319 --> 00:19:07.359 call it self on it or whatever, but it's it's literally ask five people 305 00:19:07.359 --> 00:19:11.680 who know you really won't ask them what your best characteristics or attributes are. 306 00:19:11.359 --> 00:19:15.079 Just give it to me and then I usually say then do it back for 307 00:19:15.119 --> 00:19:17.759 them as I thank you, because for thank you, because everybody should know 308 00:19:17.759 --> 00:19:19.920 what they are. And it may just be as simple as like hate, 309 00:19:19.960 --> 00:19:22.880 you know, billy, you're really you're really comfortable, you know, talking 310 00:19:22.920 --> 00:19:26.839 on Mike, or you're a great conversationalist or, you know what, you 311 00:19:26.960 --> 00:19:29.720 got a really good smile. You should really use it more, you know, 312 00:19:30.079 --> 00:19:34.759 or like whatever those characteristics are, like you can like those are the 313 00:19:34.759 --> 00:19:37.960 things you want to know, and sometimes what you really find out, more 314 00:19:38.000 --> 00:19:41.240 often than not, or are the things that you kind of may be attributed 315 00:19:41.319 --> 00:19:45.559 to being a weakness yourself personally. But now, when you do that, 316 00:19:45.559 --> 00:19:49.279 you go, oh my gosh, like everybody said this one thing, which 317 00:19:49.279 --> 00:19:52.359 I used to kind of be like, you know, I kind of don't 318 00:19:52.400 --> 00:19:55.720 want to show that, but they also know that's a great actually bet. 319 00:19:55.759 --> 00:19:59.000 That's a strength. That's why people like really like to talk to you or, 320 00:19:59.160 --> 00:20:02.000 you know, they remember you by this and they're like wow, I 321 00:20:02.079 --> 00:20:04.000 kind of thought that was a weakness in my own head. So those are 322 00:20:04.000 --> 00:20:08.279 two little things you'll sort of discover about yourself when you go through that process, 323 00:20:08.319 --> 00:20:11.599 because we, you know, it's so hard to like we were our 324 00:20:11.640 --> 00:20:15.759 worst critic, we're harshest critic, right and then, yeah, but having 325 00:20:15.759 --> 00:20:18.200 the people around us who know us like they can look at us to that 326 00:20:18.279 --> 00:20:22.200 the unfiltered Lens and go no, no, this is actually this is what 327 00:20:22.240 --> 00:20:25.079 I love about you, you know. This is why I'm actually friends with 328 00:20:25.160 --> 00:20:26.720 you, or why I help you, or what you know, whatever it 329 00:20:26.839 --> 00:20:30.559 is. Those are the great things that you'll learn about it. When you 330 00:20:30.559 --> 00:20:33.839 do like just a little exercise like that, it kind of opens up your 331 00:20:33.839 --> 00:20:37.880 mind a bit. Yeah, I love that because I think oftentimes we do. 332 00:20:38.319 --> 00:20:42.960 We are our own worst critic. It is tough to pound ourselves on 333 00:20:44.000 --> 00:20:47.480 the back, but I'm but I believe in keep a balance, you know. 334 00:20:47.559 --> 00:20:49.119 I mean there's some people who, you know, I've been this person 335 00:20:49.119 --> 00:20:52.680 where I'm like I'm like the only person, but on the you know, 336 00:20:52.680 --> 00:20:55.359 I'm like, yeah, you're awesome, due then I'm really not, but 337 00:20:55.480 --> 00:21:00.559 unlike trying just throw my insecurity feel better about myself. So how do you? 338 00:21:00.599 --> 00:21:02.759 So? So you go out there and you say, Hey, let's 339 00:21:02.799 --> 00:21:04.200 mind this thing, but say if they are, say if they're like you. 340 00:21:04.279 --> 00:21:07.359 I mean you're a film expert. You probably, you know, if 341 00:21:07.400 --> 00:21:11.480 I had to imagine, you probably know a lot about photography in general, 342 00:21:11.559 --> 00:21:18.759 videography, live streaming, podcasting, growing brands, marketing media, social media. 343 00:21:18.799 --> 00:21:22.839 I mean you you're like a multi creator. But how do you decide 344 00:21:22.880 --> 00:21:26.039 and how do you coach people to decide, like grab one of these things 345 00:21:26.039 --> 00:21:30.119 and focus on it, or do you grab all of those things and trying 346 00:21:30.119 --> 00:21:33.759 to focus on it? Yeah, it's a really great question and I always 347 00:21:33.880 --> 00:21:37.920 tell people listen, don't keep it simple, like I know that I you 348 00:21:37.920 --> 00:21:41.640 know, even my coach said this to me and she said, you know, 349 00:21:41.720 --> 00:21:47.680 I sometimes think that like somebody like you in a way could potentially like 350 00:21:48.400 --> 00:21:49.559 you know, and I never realized this, but she said in a great 351 00:21:49.599 --> 00:21:52.559 way that you know, maybe sometimes I might scare people off by thinking. 352 00:21:52.640 --> 00:21:56.480 Well, because Chris does all these things, like that's what the expectation is, 353 00:21:56.759 --> 00:22:00.680 and I was like wow, even though I've never really talked about like 354 00:22:00.720 --> 00:22:03.559 because I'm always like, listen, start simple. You know, the reason 355 00:22:03.599 --> 00:22:07.960 why I'm involved as so many things is because I've been doing this for years 356 00:22:07.000 --> 00:22:12.440 and I've built in little like systems for myself that lets me to be able 357 00:22:12.480 --> 00:22:15.920 to create different ways and I don't spend you know, so I haven't, 358 00:22:15.960 --> 00:22:18.079 you know, I don't do a lot of certain things anymore. So while, 359 00:22:18.279 --> 00:22:22.160 you know, sometimes I spend more time creating this over that. And 360 00:22:22.160 --> 00:22:23.720 and actually how I do it. You know, I go where I'm having 361 00:22:23.759 --> 00:22:27.559 the most fun, where I'm having the most impact. And I think for 362 00:22:27.720 --> 00:22:32.279 people in general, if they're looking to say, well, Christian, I 363 00:22:32.319 --> 00:22:36.920 podcasting and make videos. Should I should I write more? Should I do 364 00:22:36.960 --> 00:22:40.160 more design? I mean, whatever it is, I say, well, 365 00:22:40.160 --> 00:22:44.079 listen, pick the one that you enjoy doing the most and focus on that. 366 00:22:44.160 --> 00:22:47.240 Don't worry about the other stuff right now. Eventually, if you want 367 00:22:47.240 --> 00:22:49.440 to start diving into this or that or you know, hey, I just 368 00:22:49.519 --> 00:22:52.680 want to do a podcast, but do I need to do video as well? 369 00:22:52.720 --> 00:22:55.119 I'm going to say, well, do you want to do video. 370 00:22:55.119 --> 00:22:56.440 Well, I don't know what kind of it. Don't worry about that right 371 00:22:56.440 --> 00:23:00.880 now. Let's just focus on doing the podcast. Like make the podcast. 372 00:23:00.960 --> 00:23:03.920 Let's do five minutes or ten minutes. Just start with that and you're going 373 00:23:03.960 --> 00:23:07.440 to naturally find I like this, I don't like this or now I want 374 00:23:07.440 --> 00:23:11.599 to get better at it, and I think as creators, I'll talk to 375 00:23:11.599 --> 00:23:15.559 the creators here for a second, is that we all know that once we 376 00:23:15.559 --> 00:23:18.799 start creating something, you know, it's our urge to constantly make it better 377 00:23:18.839 --> 00:23:22.400 and keep growing at it and go well, I want to be a better 378 00:23:22.440 --> 00:23:25.319 interview I want to get better equipment, I want to get better like all 379 00:23:25.400 --> 00:23:30.279 the things that grow with it when you're creating. But I say for people 380 00:23:30.359 --> 00:23:34.160 that I think anybody all around like, don't worry about being the absolute best 381 00:23:34.200 --> 00:23:40.359 at it right away. Just worry about getting going and keeping it really simple 382 00:23:40.440 --> 00:23:44.400 for yourself so that way you don't quit. Yeah, that's usually the biggest 383 00:23:44.400 --> 00:23:48.079 things. People just quit because they've already made it too complicated for yourself. 384 00:23:48.119 --> 00:23:49.599 Don't worry about what everybody else is doing. That's the other thing, like 385 00:23:49.680 --> 00:23:52.000 that's good, Oh my God. Well, my friends doing this and I 386 00:23:52.039 --> 00:23:55.799 hang out with all these guys, you know, like and I look even 387 00:23:55.880 --> 00:23:57.480 you, billy, I know you, you know we've been talking for a 388 00:23:57.519 --> 00:24:00.759 while and hanging out clubhouse. I look at you and I go, oh 389 00:24:00.799 --> 00:24:04.599 my gosh, like I I for me, I strive to be as good 390 00:24:04.599 --> 00:24:07.920 in a smooth because I view it as like, wow, billy's really organized, 391 00:24:07.920 --> 00:24:11.640 he's got a stuff together, he's very knowledgeable, like he jokes out 392 00:24:11.759 --> 00:24:15.200 love or not. Well, you do a good job faking en'll say you 393 00:24:15.200 --> 00:24:18.319 make it that. But, but even, but, even with that being 394 00:24:18.359 --> 00:24:22.519 said, like you know, like you influence me, you know, and 395 00:24:22.599 --> 00:24:25.680 I think that's what other good creators do. But don't get caught into the 396 00:24:25.680 --> 00:24:30.799 trap of the the thing of being influenced by somebody, as opposed to being 397 00:24:30.839 --> 00:24:33.720 now frustrated and saying, well, I'm never going to be as good as 398 00:24:33.799 --> 00:24:37.319 billy, so forget it, I'm just going to quit. Or, you 399 00:24:37.319 --> 00:24:40.759 know, I can't be as active on Linkedin or whatever is Chris Cell, 400 00:24:40.839 --> 00:24:42.519 forget it, I'm just not going to do it. And that's that's the 401 00:24:42.559 --> 00:24:45.599 wrong attitude. Don't get sucked into that. Like, be inspired and be 402 00:24:45.680 --> 00:24:48.440 motivated, but don't, but don't let it be to the point where now 403 00:24:48.440 --> 00:24:51.759 it tells you that like or, you know, force you you to say, 404 00:24:51.960 --> 00:24:52.799 well, I don't want to do this anywhere because I'm never going to 405 00:24:52.799 --> 00:24:56.079 be that good. You know, I write. You've been podcasting for a 406 00:24:56.079 --> 00:25:00.640 while. I've been, you know, involved in videos and for a long 407 00:25:00.640 --> 00:25:07.039 time. podcasting for me, honestly, is only been in the last, 408 00:25:07.240 --> 00:25:10.160 you know, couple of years that I've done you know, but even before 409 00:25:10.160 --> 00:25:11.880 that I started doing a podcast with my buddy and we were just talking about 410 00:25:11.920 --> 00:25:15.279 nerd stuff and that was it, and that was galaxy Geeks, and we 411 00:25:15.279 --> 00:25:18.759 started at like two thousand and fifteen and I did that for years, just 412 00:25:18.799 --> 00:25:21.960 he and I like yeah, not even worrying about who the other stuff that 413 00:25:22.000 --> 00:25:23.759 goes along with it, honestly. And then, you know, it wasn't 414 00:25:23.839 --> 00:25:27.960 till the the the great pause of two thousand and twenty that then I start 415 00:25:29.039 --> 00:25:30.400 going, well, let me start this, you know, my rocket live 416 00:25:30.480 --> 00:25:33.400 show, and then, you know, and then eventually meeting Amanda and doing 417 00:25:33.400 --> 00:25:37.759 a Christ of Amanda Show. But like, those things were all in evolution. 418 00:25:37.079 --> 00:25:42.400 It's all evolution. So you gotta crawl before you can walk and then, 419 00:25:42.440 --> 00:25:45.559 you know, before you can run. It's you know, it's and 420 00:25:45.559 --> 00:25:48.880 you've heard this, is it's not a sprint, it's a marathon. You 421 00:25:48.920 --> 00:25:52.640 know, it is about you know, you just gotta like be patient with 422 00:25:52.680 --> 00:25:57.400 yourself, keep it simple, and then you'll build off those things. You 423 00:25:57.440 --> 00:26:00.240 know, don't get so wrapped up into whatever. Keep it up with the 424 00:26:00.319 --> 00:26:03.640 Joneses, as they say. You know well, man, and I think 425 00:26:03.680 --> 00:26:07.039 that's one thing that I've kind of learned just in life in general, really, 426 00:26:07.039 --> 00:26:11.319 not even just as being a creator, but just in life in general, 427 00:26:11.440 --> 00:26:15.359 is, you know, you said something earlier about different experiences, different 428 00:26:15.359 --> 00:26:17.880 perspectives. Like, you know, we both go the same concert, we 429 00:26:17.960 --> 00:26:21.640 come away with different things, and I think that is the beauty of creating 430 00:26:21.640 --> 00:26:25.839 content. Like you and I could literally create. You could have the Christena 431 00:26:25.880 --> 00:26:29.200 man to show. I can have the billy and billy show about music or 432 00:26:29.240 --> 00:26:33.559 whatever and talk about the same songs and have way different, you know, 433 00:26:33.640 --> 00:26:37.720 way different experiences, approaches and I think a lot of times we, and 434 00:26:37.759 --> 00:26:40.359 I heard someone say this the other day in a clubhouse room. They said, 435 00:26:40.400 --> 00:26:42.319 well, you know, Mr be this isn't about Mr Beast, which 436 00:26:42.359 --> 00:26:45.680 is like, I don't know if you know who that is, but he's, 437 00:26:45.720 --> 00:26:48.440 you know, number one Youtuber in two thousand and twenty. Yeah, 438 00:26:48.559 --> 00:26:52.519 one, whatever. I know what year is either. And and so they're 439 00:26:52.559 --> 00:26:56.000 like comparing their channel to his and I was like, you know what, 440 00:26:56.079 --> 00:26:57.960 if you want to do that, if you want to compure yourself to another 441 00:26:59.000 --> 00:27:02.279 creator, then you have to do exactly verbatim what they do. It's got 442 00:27:02.279 --> 00:27:04.920 to be dollar for dollar and pound four pounds. So go spend ten years 443 00:27:04.960 --> 00:27:11.039 obsessing over Youtube, give all your money away that you make from Youtube and 444 00:27:11.079 --> 00:27:14.720 create better and better and better videos and then and then ten years you can 445 00:27:14.759 --> 00:27:17.920 go, okay, I did everything he did. Now I can compare myself 446 00:27:18.000 --> 00:27:21.720 to the you know, like there we got. I did everything ever mat 447 00:27:21.799 --> 00:27:25.240 him. But and that's not possible for anyone to do because we all have, 448 00:27:25.319 --> 00:27:29.000 you know, EG personalities or whatever. And so I love that you 449 00:27:29.000 --> 00:27:30.599 share that, man, because I think so many times like I would do 450 00:27:30.599 --> 00:27:33.480 that. I would get on linked in or instagram or facebook and go, 451 00:27:33.839 --> 00:27:37.079 I'm just never going to create a show like that. And then finally one 452 00:27:37.160 --> 00:27:40.599 day I'm like I'm just going to create the show. I want to do 453 00:27:40.599 --> 00:27:42.599 that, I'm gonna have fun. You know, it's like yeah, I 454 00:27:42.599 --> 00:27:45.759 mean and you getting too the imposter syndrome thing, which is the other trap, 455 00:27:45.799 --> 00:27:48.960 which is like well, do I even deserve to be doing this? 456 00:27:48.119 --> 00:27:51.519 And and listen, that happens. All of us were human beings, right, 457 00:27:51.519 --> 00:27:53.400 I mean happens to me. You don't sure it's happing to you. 458 00:27:53.440 --> 00:27:56.680 It happens all of us. Like it's just a matter, though, of 459 00:27:56.720 --> 00:28:00.519 how you eventually deal with that, that that imposter syndrome and sort of those 460 00:28:00.519 --> 00:28:03.240 feelings that you got, and you really just have to remind yourself that. 461 00:28:04.000 --> 00:28:07.400 You know I am, I know what I know. You know I'm good 462 00:28:07.400 --> 00:28:11.079 at these things that I know, and I'm going to share my take on 463 00:28:11.559 --> 00:28:15.599 these things and these experiences I've had, and that's that's what gets me a 464 00:28:15.599 --> 00:28:18.680 seat at the table. You know, I don't need anybody to grant me 465 00:28:18.720 --> 00:28:22.559 permission to do these things. Like you don't need permission. You don't need 466 00:28:22.599 --> 00:28:26.319 permission for any of that. You just need to start doing it. You 467 00:28:26.359 --> 00:28:29.079 got to give yourself. If you need permission for anybody, it's from yourself. 468 00:28:29.079 --> 00:28:32.359 Give yourself to fermishing, to say hey, it's okay and I'm going 469 00:28:32.400 --> 00:28:34.160 to do this and yes, I'm going to make a lot of mistakes and 470 00:28:34.400 --> 00:28:38.160 it's not going to be technically perfect and you know, I'm going to stutter 471 00:28:38.400 --> 00:28:41.839 sometimes, or whatever. Whatever it is that you choosing to create, whatever 472 00:28:41.839 --> 00:28:45.039 your medium, whatever your medium is that you want to express yourself and, 473 00:28:45.200 --> 00:28:51.559 yeah, and create content with like, there's gonna be a hundred mistakes and 474 00:28:51.559 --> 00:28:53.759 you're going to learn a hundred lessons from them, because then the next hundred 475 00:28:53.839 --> 00:28:56.960 episodes, or whatever it is, our writings or videos are not going to 476 00:28:57.000 --> 00:29:00.599 be better before it. You know, don't let all these things like it's 477 00:29:00.680 --> 00:29:04.200 head trash. And that's the biggest thing that I deal with with a lot 478 00:29:04.240 --> 00:29:08.759 of people and I and it's because we're human and we we have to go 479 00:29:08.839 --> 00:29:12.000 through these things and we get a lot of head trash. Of of I 480 00:29:12.039 --> 00:29:15.319 can't do it, I'm not good. What gives me the right? You 481 00:29:15.359 --> 00:29:18.279 know, these guys, these people, are so much more there. They're 482 00:29:18.319 --> 00:29:22.440 better at this than I am. There's so much more knowledgeable out it than 483 00:29:22.480 --> 00:29:26.200 I am. And Yeah, they probably are, and but that's okay. 484 00:29:26.240 --> 00:29:29.519 There's still but in a date, they're not you. You know. Yeah, 485 00:29:29.599 --> 00:29:32.480 like you know, there's a you know, there's a lot of podcast 486 00:29:32.519 --> 00:29:34.119 experts out there and other creators. But you know what, they're not you 487 00:29:34.160 --> 00:29:37.720 billy. They're not you like, and that's the unique thing about it. 488 00:29:37.799 --> 00:29:41.119 Like I want to get information from you, if I want to get them 489 00:29:41.160 --> 00:29:45.279 from somebody else, I'll listen to them too, but, like you know, 490 00:29:45.319 --> 00:29:48.400 I'm saying. So that's don't worry. Once again, do not worry 491 00:29:48.400 --> 00:29:52.079 about what other people are doing. Worry about what you should be doing. 492 00:29:52.119 --> 00:29:55.400 And if you're if you're going to look at others being fluence, be inspired 493 00:29:55.400 --> 00:29:59.240 to be motivated, don't use that as the other way. Yeah, man, 494 00:29:59.279 --> 00:30:03.039 this is good, this is I love this content that you're bringing man, 495 00:30:03.079 --> 00:30:04.559 it's such good remind you, good reminder for me, and I often 496 00:30:04.599 --> 00:30:08.240 time I am like kind of that forefront mentally, like okay, dude, 497 00:30:08.279 --> 00:30:11.920 this is what you're doing to worry about everyone else. But one thing that 498 00:30:12.200 --> 00:30:15.400 I think, and we got some we got some chats dropping in here. 499 00:30:15.440 --> 00:30:18.880 I'm going to bring some of them up real quick to get him, by 500 00:30:18.960 --> 00:30:21.599 the way, Brent, bash him said, be yourself, except maybe don't 501 00:30:21.640 --> 00:30:25.440 mention your hate for Star Wars. Let me just clarify. I didn't know 502 00:30:25.440 --> 00:30:29.359 where during this episode did I say I hated Star Wars. Right just said, 503 00:30:29.359 --> 00:30:33.359 I didn't watch the show, which maybe for Big Star Wars fans like 504 00:30:33.400 --> 00:30:37.079 yourselves, maybe that's what that means. Maybe it translates to hate, John 505 00:30:37.200 --> 00:30:40.960 jepp and hate weak to dark side. So we don't, I don't use 506 00:30:40.960 --> 00:30:44.319 the word hate. Yeah, right, right, John's give you on the 507 00:30:44.319 --> 00:30:45.200 show. To my I says billy is one of a kind. Appreciate your 508 00:30:45.279 --> 00:30:48.960 kind words, and then look to look at billy. He had a lot 509 00:30:48.960 --> 00:30:52.519 of head knowledge. Okayn, is that a was that a big head joke? 510 00:30:52.720 --> 00:30:56.920 Knee, was that a big head joke? Um, yeah, Right, 511 00:30:56.920 --> 00:30:57.880 Oh, I love it. I love you. Get some sound effects 512 00:30:57.880 --> 00:31:02.400 over there too. So, man, we kind of talked about Prett. 513 00:31:02.400 --> 00:31:04.880 You know, perspective and everybody's perspective. You know a little bit. And 514 00:31:04.880 --> 00:31:07.119 there's a word I forgot. I was going to ask you another question with 515 00:31:07.160 --> 00:31:11.240 maybe I'll remember it, but it doesn't, man, it doesn't all go 516 00:31:11.400 --> 00:31:15.079 smooth. Even when you and everyone's highlight real is they're right. Like we 517 00:31:15.119 --> 00:31:18.319 all have our highlight reel, we all have our instagram. It's curated, 518 00:31:18.440 --> 00:31:22.480 it's created by us to be who we want to be, when you know 519 00:31:22.519 --> 00:31:26.640 we're not ourselves or whatever. And I think oftentimes we will get into that 520 00:31:26.680 --> 00:31:30.920 trap. But it's kind of like in the fish world, and this is 521 00:31:30.920 --> 00:31:33.000 what I imagine in the in every world I've lived in. You know, 522 00:31:33.000 --> 00:31:37.079 I've lived in a lot of worlds, so speak. Just getting real Meta, 523 00:31:37.799 --> 00:31:41.319 but man, there's a there's a saying in fishing and I do a 524 00:31:41.319 --> 00:31:42.839 fishing show and people come on, I tell you all the stuff he can 525 00:31:42.880 --> 00:31:45.880 do and then they're like, well, is there anything that else and the 526 00:31:47.000 --> 00:31:49.279 like. No matter what out of all this, it's just time on the 527 00:31:49.279 --> 00:31:53.559 water, and so it's just time doing it. It's time getting in front 528 00:31:53.599 --> 00:31:56.759 of your camera, it's doing the reps, it's showing up, it's you 529 00:31:56.759 --> 00:32:00.200 know. So do you agree with that as well? Like is it? 530 00:32:00.519 --> 00:32:02.440 You might not just be naturally good live Shimmer, but if you do it 531 00:32:02.599 --> 00:32:06.799 a hundred days in a row, like India I mentioned earlier, you're gonna 532 00:32:06.960 --> 00:32:10.240 learn something. Yeah, I mean, listen, it's the tenzero hours or 533 00:32:10.279 --> 00:32:14.599 whatever the that that statement is. I mean, you know, I'm going 534 00:32:14.680 --> 00:32:16.319 back to my left ready, Van Helen. I mean, listen, as 535 00:32:16.359 --> 00:32:22.519 talented as Eddie van Halen was, you know, he still had to like 536 00:32:22.640 --> 00:32:27.880 learn to play guitar. He still to practice to master the instrument for him 537 00:32:27.880 --> 00:32:30.880 to be able to innovate. He did. Now, you know, yes, 538 00:32:30.000 --> 00:32:34.680 he had a natural talented ability to play music, to write music, 539 00:32:34.720 --> 00:32:37.720 but it didn't mean he just picked up but you know, wrote eruption the 540 00:32:37.799 --> 00:32:40.400 very first time he picked up the guitar, like, you know, like 541 00:32:40.480 --> 00:32:45.160 I didn't happen. Mean, listen, maybe mythically, Oh yeah, Eddie 542 00:32:45.200 --> 00:32:47.480 saw a guitar, just ripped eruption for the first time, like, but 543 00:32:47.599 --> 00:32:51.039 the truth of the matter is, no, it didn't. Like, you 544 00:32:51.079 --> 00:32:53.759 know, he sat in his room and played guitar and like learned how to 545 00:32:53.799 --> 00:32:58.000 play it and when everybody else was going out, like, you know, 546 00:32:58.079 --> 00:33:02.839 getting into trouble being teenagers, he was sitting playing guitar. Feel like and 547 00:33:04.039 --> 00:33:07.559 but I think that's but that's what it is like. If you want to 548 00:33:07.559 --> 00:33:08.839 be Gett something, you got it. You got to do it, Yetta, 549 00:33:08.839 --> 00:33:13.960 put the reps in and and you can't. I think I've you know, 550 00:33:14.319 --> 00:33:16.440 you can hear this almost every single interview, I think, ever with 551 00:33:16.480 --> 00:33:23.000 anybody who's ever accomplished anything. And by a time we see what they've got 552 00:33:23.039 --> 00:33:28.319 going on and they get noticed when they're on our radar. Like we're seeing 553 00:33:28.359 --> 00:33:34.640 the end result of those hours that were that dedication at that all the stuff 554 00:33:34.680 --> 00:33:38.920 that they've been doing. We're seeing the the tenzero hours of time that was 555 00:33:38.960 --> 00:33:45.359 put into something. Yeah, a band that releases their debut record like they 556 00:33:45.359 --> 00:33:49.119 were already writing those like appetite for destruction, you know, guns and rose 557 00:33:49.240 --> 00:33:52.640 is a great example this too, like I mean they had to play in 558 00:33:52.640 --> 00:33:55.160 those songs for for a bunch of years already, like the live shows, 559 00:33:55.160 --> 00:34:00.119 slogging it out, like playing and practicing and playing and practicing, and and 560 00:34:00.160 --> 00:34:02.440 by the time I they get an appetite for destruction, they knew exactly what 561 00:34:02.559 --> 00:34:06.359 kind of act record they wanted to put out. They knew those songs, 562 00:34:06.400 --> 00:34:08.800 they knew how they wanted to sound like, you know. And so when 563 00:34:08.800 --> 00:34:12.599 we heard that record for the first time, it wasn't like they just wrote 564 00:34:12.679 --> 00:34:15.119 those songs ten days ago, like you know what I'm trying to say. 565 00:34:15.199 --> 00:34:19.880 It's like they put the time into get there. And even when it came 566 00:34:19.920 --> 00:34:23.320 out, by the way, it's still took a year from when that record 567 00:34:23.360 --> 00:34:27.280 came out before they even kind of hit it big. You know, welcome 568 00:34:27.320 --> 00:34:30.400 to jungle came out, was not a hit, like was out of hit 569 00:34:30.440 --> 00:34:32.480 song. It was sweet child on mine. That was the hit and like 570 00:34:32.599 --> 00:34:36.679 then they blew up, but I took a year for that to even happen. 571 00:34:36.800 --> 00:34:38.639 So yeah, you know, we see the tip of the iceberg a 572 00:34:38.639 --> 00:34:42.639 lot of times and it's I think it's and I think you can apply that 573 00:34:42.719 --> 00:34:46.599 to everything. Hundreds, anybody we admire out there. You know, is 574 00:34:46.679 --> 00:34:51.159 like we're seeing revolt of the hard work. Yeah, man, it's kind 575 00:34:51.199 --> 00:34:53.880 of like the you know that the I don't know if you've ever hear the 576 00:34:53.960 --> 00:34:59.360 Chinese bamboo tree and kind of the process it goes through. But it is 577 00:34:59.480 --> 00:35:04.840 planted, go out there every day in nurture it for like five years and 578 00:35:04.880 --> 00:35:07.239 it doesn't do anything, it doesn't sprout, it doesn't do anything, and 579 00:35:07.280 --> 00:35:10.239 then all of a sudden, like in year five, five and a half, 580 00:35:10.280 --> 00:35:14.400 whatever, six, I don't know, it just grows like ninety feet 581 00:35:14.400 --> 00:35:16.480 tall, like can one, you know, unlike just a few months or 582 00:35:16.519 --> 00:35:19.679 in one year, whatever, whatever the time. I mean, it's amazing 583 00:35:19.719 --> 00:35:22.760 and when I read that story I was like, Gosh, man, I'm 584 00:35:22.760 --> 00:35:25.599 in such a hurry sometimes because we're always you know it, we get everything 585 00:35:25.639 --> 00:35:29.840 instant. You know, if I don't have Internet, instant working. Bam, 586 00:35:29.920 --> 00:35:31.760 I'm frustrated. You know, fast food, fast, this fast, 587 00:35:31.800 --> 00:35:36.920 you know, whatever. And so my wife, and she is always tell 588 00:35:37.000 --> 00:35:38.880 me, like, billy, you had to slow down and enjoy the process. 589 00:35:38.920 --> 00:35:44.840 And she's built her whole business in the last seven years just by enjoying 590 00:35:44.880 --> 00:35:47.960 the process. And it's like right, I'm just now learning that after, 591 00:35:49.039 --> 00:35:51.599 you know, being married for seven years, almost eight years. I'm like, 592 00:35:51.840 --> 00:35:53.400 Oh, honey, I finally I'm like, I'm enjoying the process. 593 00:35:53.440 --> 00:35:57.280 She's like, no, Dud Ding Dung, like eve been telling you this 594 00:35:57.400 --> 00:36:00.719 forever. Let we go, all right, whatever. So I think that's 595 00:36:00.800 --> 00:36:04.239 hugely important. Man. It's like in all this building your brand, building 596 00:36:04.239 --> 00:36:07.679 your business brand, building your personal brand. Yeah, it all takes time, 597 00:36:07.679 --> 00:36:09.760 but I love that. You know, show up authentic, be honest 598 00:36:10.000 --> 00:36:14.800 and be super honest with yourself. So how important is honesty to make this 599 00:36:14.880 --> 00:36:21.039 happen, to really grow something that people recognize? I think it's probably the 600 00:36:21.280 --> 00:36:24.480 it is the number one most important thing because, listen, I mean if 601 00:36:24.559 --> 00:36:30.719 you're sharing information with somebody that you are trying to like provide high value content 602 00:36:30.760 --> 00:36:34.639 in their life, trying to help them, like, it should be the 603 00:36:34.719 --> 00:36:37.360 right information it should be the right the right content, right topic, you 604 00:36:37.400 --> 00:36:40.639 know, like I don't want to for me personally, like I wouldn't want 605 00:36:40.679 --> 00:36:45.239 to make stuff up or puss stuff out there that wasn't true. Like, 606 00:36:45.559 --> 00:36:49.800 you know, I want to help people and if I'm not doing that, 607 00:36:49.800 --> 00:36:52.880 then I'm not servicing and I'm not helping anybody, not doing anybody as service. 608 00:36:52.920 --> 00:36:58.719 I'm actually doing way more harm than good. Yeah, to them and 609 00:36:58.800 --> 00:37:02.039 to myself, like it's not good. It's not good energy. And I 610 00:37:02.159 --> 00:37:06.119 believe in Karma that stuff comes back to you and what you put out there 611 00:37:06.119 --> 00:37:08.360 comes back, you know, good or bad. And you know, if 612 00:37:08.400 --> 00:37:15.280 you're choosing to be, you know, not honest, you know, and 613 00:37:15.960 --> 00:37:20.880 trying to look for the get fast rich kind of things, it's yeah, 614 00:37:20.960 --> 00:37:23.840 you know, I mean, listen, I if you're that person, I'm 615 00:37:23.880 --> 00:37:27.960 going to just say it's it will come back and haunt you. If you 616 00:37:28.000 --> 00:37:30.599 don't think it won't, when it will? I don't know when, but 617 00:37:30.639 --> 00:37:32.679 it will. And you know, I would say if you're doing those things, 618 00:37:32.679 --> 00:37:37.000 stop, think about what you're doing to yourself and to others around you, 619 00:37:37.239 --> 00:37:42.280 because it's not the way you should be spending your time, you know, 620 00:37:42.440 --> 00:37:46.039 and I think that you will get more rich in the sense if you 621 00:37:46.719 --> 00:37:51.320 stop doing all that and focused on, you know, what's right, and 622 00:37:51.519 --> 00:37:55.320 that will be that will you more rich than anything that you could possibly imagine. 623 00:37:55.440 --> 00:37:59.960 So, but just to bring this back, I mean I think that 624 00:38:00.159 --> 00:38:04.360 it's very important to be very awesome, authentic and what you're doing. You 625 00:38:04.400 --> 00:38:07.039 know, there's that word authentic again, and I know a lot of people, 626 00:38:07.119 --> 00:38:08.719 oh my God, there's that word again. But you know, it's 627 00:38:08.760 --> 00:38:13.159 just being about who you are like. You know, if you are, 628 00:38:13.199 --> 00:38:15.679 like, you know, Billy listen, an expert of these things, the 629 00:38:15.760 --> 00:38:17.840 growing podcast, the fishing podcast. You know how to monetize things, how 630 00:38:17.920 --> 00:38:21.840 to be a creator, how to you know how to use these. You 631 00:38:21.880 --> 00:38:24.880 have that great knowledge to share and you're doing it the right way, and 632 00:38:24.920 --> 00:38:30.800 I think that that's the way anybody should be. If you are out there 633 00:38:30.800 --> 00:38:36.760 selling commercial insurance, like you've learned a lot about ways that you can help 634 00:38:36.760 --> 00:38:42.159 people. And Yeah, there's probably a hundred, hundred million other videos about 635 00:38:42.159 --> 00:38:45.280 people talking about insurance, but once again, it's not you, they're not 636 00:38:45.400 --> 00:38:50.599 you, you're not them, and you've got people in your own network. 637 00:38:50.679 --> 00:38:54.840 This is something I want everybody to understand is stop thinking. If you're thinking 638 00:38:54.840 --> 00:39:00.360 about this, please stop. Don't worry about reaching the millions or to thousands. 639 00:39:00.480 --> 00:39:04.679 Think about reaching fifty people in your network, because if you reach those 640 00:39:04.719 --> 00:39:08.000 fifty people in your network and they will potentially bring another fifty people into your 641 00:39:08.000 --> 00:39:12.119 network and another fifty people into your net. Will worry about the people in 642 00:39:12.159 --> 00:39:19.039 your community and in your current network. Focus on develop growing that over anything 643 00:39:19.079 --> 00:39:21.960 else, because that will be the thing that will once again bring you the 644 00:39:22.039 --> 00:39:23.719 riches. And when I say riches, if you if you've read, if 645 00:39:23.760 --> 00:39:29.119 you've ever read thinking grow rich by Napoleon Hill, you'll understand what I mean 646 00:39:29.119 --> 00:39:31.440 with that. It's not always about money, you know, it's it's a 647 00:39:31.440 --> 00:39:36.360 combination of everything that makes you happy in life. So focusing on those bits 648 00:39:36.360 --> 00:39:40.079 will actually bring you much more wealth and success and rich in ways, once 649 00:39:40.159 --> 00:39:45.159 again, that you can possibly imagine and and I think that's super important. 650 00:39:45.199 --> 00:39:47.239 So focus on who front of you, who's in your community. Don't worry 651 00:39:47.239 --> 00:39:52.920 about the numbers right now. Worry about reaching those folks and being be the 652 00:39:52.920 --> 00:39:55.440 pillar, be the be the information, be, you know, the sun 653 00:39:55.440 --> 00:39:59.960 in their universe, you know, like be the hub information, the truthful 654 00:39:59.960 --> 00:40:02.960 Ho honest stuff that it's interesting to them, you know, and that's that 655 00:40:04.199 --> 00:40:07.920 to me, is how I've always tried to live my life and that's where 656 00:40:07.960 --> 00:40:10.679 I've always seen the most success. And anytime I've deviated away from that because 657 00:40:10.719 --> 00:40:14.800 I felt the pole one where or the other, it's always be in the 658 00:40:14.840 --> 00:40:16.920 ASS. It just has. So it's like, okay, Nope, this 659 00:40:17.000 --> 00:40:21.280 is the works for me and this is what I'm going to continue to do. 660 00:40:21.400 --> 00:40:23.320 And and then that's what I ultimately share what other people and I know 661 00:40:23.440 --> 00:40:28.840 not be for everybody right, because not everybody wants the slow and patient way 662 00:40:28.880 --> 00:40:32.079 to building relationships and building business and all this, and that like, okay, 663 00:40:32.119 --> 00:40:36.119 well then, I guess I not right for you, and that's totally 664 00:40:36.199 --> 00:40:38.440 vine. And there's other people out there to have that faster, quicker method 665 00:40:38.519 --> 00:40:42.519 of doing it. And Yeah, man's you know, and that's their thing. 666 00:40:42.880 --> 00:40:45.760 Yeah, I love him, and it's like he can't be, and 667 00:40:45.840 --> 00:40:47.400 I say this all time, like he can't be all things to all people 668 00:40:47.559 --> 00:40:51.960 or going to be nothing to everyone. And that's the thing it's like. 669 00:40:52.440 --> 00:40:57.039 And I think sometimes we start out that way in business and in our podcasts, 670 00:40:57.119 --> 00:41:00.760 in our live streams. Sure, I want a million people watching my 671 00:41:00.760 --> 00:41:04.400 show, but I know it's going to take getting five or ten and, 672 00:41:04.519 --> 00:41:07.920 you know, having them show up and be consistent. I'd rather have a 673 00:41:07.039 --> 00:41:12.239 hundred people or ten people or whatever to show up consistently than I would a 674 00:41:12.239 --> 00:41:15.360 thousand people show up one time. And I think, and I've learned this, 675 00:41:15.400 --> 00:41:17.320 because I'm not been like him to pull one over on somebody, but 676 00:41:17.360 --> 00:41:21.519 I have been like hey, if I buy into this, can I get, 677 00:41:21.559 --> 00:41:23.360 you know, can I get a return on my investment way faster? 678 00:41:23.400 --> 00:41:27.760 And you're right, no matter what I mean. I had a business during 679 00:41:27.800 --> 00:41:30.679 the pandemic. This skyrocketed, but it went away just as fast as the 680 00:41:30.760 --> 00:41:35.360 game and I was like, HMM, this isn't really like that's cool. 681 00:41:35.360 --> 00:41:38.639 I made some money when it wasn't sustainable. And I think as creators and 682 00:41:38.719 --> 00:41:43.159 business people it's well, any person really, it's like, yeah, you 683 00:41:43.159 --> 00:41:45.360 want to create this lifestyle that you want, but then also be able to, 684 00:41:45.440 --> 00:41:47.679 you know, sustain it, and so I think that's good, man, 685 00:41:47.679 --> 00:41:50.880 while the action going on over in the chat as well. So, 686 00:41:51.079 --> 00:41:53.079 yeah, wow, I'm sitting at seeing all that pop up as R as 687 00:41:53.159 --> 00:41:55.440 I was going here. This is awesome. Yeah, man, so we 688 00:41:55.480 --> 00:41:59.840 yes, we got sit in there. He's feeling well enough to chat some 689 00:42:00.000 --> 00:42:02.000 many people pretend to be someone that they're not and people buy into it. 690 00:42:02.000 --> 00:42:07.199 It's actually sad. Yeah, it's all about impacting one person at a time. 691 00:42:07.239 --> 00:42:09.800 And then quis ideals was getting on it with you there. Should I 692 00:42:09.880 --> 00:42:13.840 kick yeah, thank you so much. Good stuff, and if anybody has 693 00:42:13.840 --> 00:42:15.960 any questions for Chris, feel free to leave them in the chat. Yeah, 694 00:42:16.360 --> 00:42:20.159 it's been a ton of fun hanging out with you. It's just it's 695 00:42:20.159 --> 00:42:22.599 always fun to talk to your friends on the Internet. So I'm like whatever, 696 00:42:22.719 --> 00:42:24.159 I'm just having fun. I know, I know, this is this 697 00:42:24.239 --> 00:42:27.960 is great. Man. Yeah, man, talking about branding, talking about 698 00:42:27.960 --> 00:42:30.079 all that stuff. So do let's talk about, you know, some of 699 00:42:30.079 --> 00:42:32.320 the stuff that you have going on. I know you got your rocket podcast, 700 00:42:32.400 --> 00:42:36.559 you got Chris and Amanda Show. So break it down for us for 701 00:42:36.559 --> 00:42:38.199 a couple minutes. Man, listen what you got. How do we how 702 00:42:38.199 --> 00:42:43.880 do we support your creative journey here? Yeah, absolutely, I appreciate thanks. 703 00:42:43.920 --> 00:42:45.000 Thank you for asking that. Yeah, so there's a bunch of things 704 00:42:45.000 --> 00:42:47.960 I got going on. Obviously, I think the one thing that you know 705 00:42:49.079 --> 00:42:52.599 talking about. We talk about is honest is I my company is called Rocket 706 00:42:52.639 --> 00:42:58.039 Growth Agency and and really, at the end of the day it's business mentorship 707 00:42:58.039 --> 00:43:01.239 and consulting. I like to work with a lot of creative professionals and I 708 00:43:01.400 --> 00:43:06.960 usually say I like helping them build a rock star brand so they can get 709 00:43:06.960 --> 00:43:08.880 notice, feel confident, bring them more clients. But you know, I 710 00:43:08.920 --> 00:43:13.519 do work with with other you know, it's not just creators or creatives that 711 00:43:13.639 --> 00:43:16.599 you know. I do work a lot with entrepreneurs and owners and sales professionals. 712 00:43:16.599 --> 00:43:19.960 So a lot of folks come with come to me because, you know, 713 00:43:20.079 --> 00:43:23.480 of all the things we've been talking about. But on my creator side, 714 00:43:23.599 --> 00:43:29.400 yeah, I'm I have two shows that currently do, rocket live, 715 00:43:29.400 --> 00:43:31.880 which is basically an extension of rock and growth things. But it's like this, 716 00:43:32.079 --> 00:43:37.599 it's conversations with with people that I that I like other creatives, other 717 00:43:37.679 --> 00:43:40.400 creative professionals, other owners, on entrepreneurs, and really just taught him about 718 00:43:40.440 --> 00:43:44.679 like what what they do, how they do it, why they like doing 719 00:43:44.760 --> 00:43:46.840 it and, you know, ultimately how they're helping others doing what they do. 720 00:43:46.960 --> 00:43:52.079 So I love having those conversations and you know you're actually going to be 721 00:43:52.119 --> 00:43:55.960 on my show. Show tomorrow. So every botroom in at thirty Este to 722 00:43:57.039 --> 00:44:00.960 watch billy and I they probably have part two of the conversations of the sucually 723 00:44:02.519 --> 00:44:07.880 excited Harrow. Yeah, there you go. And then the other show is 724 00:44:07.000 --> 00:44:12.840 the Christen Amanda Show, and that shows much more of, I guess, 725 00:44:12.920 --> 00:44:15.719 quote unquote, entertainment in a sense that me and my great friend, a 726 00:44:15.719 --> 00:44:20.400 man of sharp point, men in club outside this start creating together. And 727 00:44:20.639 --> 00:44:23.119 it's been it over a year. We just celebrate our one year anniversary last 728 00:44:23.199 --> 00:44:28.360 week as a show gratul and thank you. Thank you very much. And 729 00:44:28.480 --> 00:44:31.440 simple, I mean basically, we it's all music based. So we share 730 00:44:31.440 --> 00:44:35.000 three songs with each other we don't think the others heard. And no reason 731 00:44:35.039 --> 00:44:37.880 why this is funny is because I'm definitely much more cut from the PUNK, 732 00:44:37.920 --> 00:44:43.000 hardcore metal cloth of things, while you know, a man is her, 733 00:44:43.360 --> 00:44:46.960 you know country and Christian pop and you know whatever is, I guess, 734 00:44:47.039 --> 00:44:51.599 kind of popular in a radio type of things. So it's it makes for 735 00:44:51.920 --> 00:44:54.519 really funny content and that's just to have these conversations about the songs. We 736 00:44:54.599 --> 00:44:58.960 rate them and react to them and and so we do that live on Mondays 737 00:44:59.000 --> 00:45:02.199 at eat fifteen am I'm eastern. And then, you know you like rocket 738 00:45:02.199 --> 00:45:07.360 live. You can then basically watch replays on Youtube or listen to the audios 739 00:45:07.360 --> 00:45:12.360 wherever you got podcaster. Both available one on every bait, basically everywhere and 740 00:45:12.400 --> 00:45:15.559 anywhere. So yeah, yeah, I make it. I make it pretty 741 00:45:15.639 --> 00:45:19.960 defined me too. So I also have anybody wants to connect with me. 742 00:45:20.119 --> 00:45:22.440 I did throw a link in the chat earlier. It's a link to all 743 00:45:22.480 --> 00:45:27.519 my bile, but I also have a you can also stick connect with me 744 00:45:27.559 --> 00:45:30.840 by texting the words let's rock all one word, no spaces, to eight 745 00:45:30.920 --> 00:45:35.000 hundred and eighty five hundred, and that will get you access to my share 746 00:45:35.119 --> 00:45:37.719 card and from there you get all my information. You can connect links, 747 00:45:37.760 --> 00:45:40.440 all that stuff. So I know oftentimes were as I got. Do I 748 00:45:40.480 --> 00:45:45.280 connect with you? Why, Chuck Mazy? So let's go to just text 749 00:45:45.280 --> 00:45:49.079 the words, let's rock to eighty five hundred and you'll get all of my 750 00:45:49.159 --> 00:45:52.079 information and nice spot. Yeah, I'M gonna. I'm gonna jump on that 751 00:45:52.119 --> 00:45:54.159 texting game. People be like, Dude, you gotta get it, you 752 00:45:54.159 --> 00:45:57.280 get to get it, but I'm like, yeah, I just have I'm, 753 00:45:57.679 --> 00:46:00.559 you know, taking things. It easy when you're doing things like this, 754 00:46:00.679 --> 00:46:04.679 especially from an audio level or, you know, if you're presenting or 755 00:46:04.719 --> 00:46:07.280 something like that. I just if you're in a room, you know, 756 00:46:07.320 --> 00:46:09.280 people just instantly like but won't take out their phones, and they can connect 757 00:46:09.280 --> 00:46:13.800 with you and then you can give them access to like materials, training, 758 00:46:13.840 --> 00:46:15.599 stuff, all any extras that you want to that up. So it makes 759 00:46:15.599 --> 00:46:20.400 a nice easy for people to be able to get access to information. Yeah, 760 00:46:20.440 --> 00:46:22.159 man, that's awesome. Well, Chris, you crushed it. Man. 761 00:46:22.280 --> 00:46:24.079 I love the conversation. I feel like, you know, I can 762 00:46:24.159 --> 00:46:28.599 talk for days and days about whatever, like, Oh, look at that 763 00:46:28.639 --> 00:46:32.599 paint Ryang, Oh, it's also yeah, exactly, the Matt Finish on. 764 00:46:32.639 --> 00:46:35.920 That's so great. You know, I love the way the sun hits 765 00:46:35.960 --> 00:46:37.800 it in the like, not like yeah, right, exactly. Yeah, 766 00:46:38.159 --> 00:46:40.920 now you are you selling my wife. She's like obsessed with paint. I'm 767 00:46:40.960 --> 00:46:44.159 like, honey, I don't care about the color ballent. All right, 768 00:46:44.239 --> 00:46:45.679 just paint whatever paint you want. will do it, but anyway, I 769 00:46:45.719 --> 00:46:49.840 like looking at IFA doing it. So I that's what I do. Not 770 00:46:49.960 --> 00:46:52.639 a painter at all, and nor do I enjoy it. Yeah, right, 771 00:46:52.679 --> 00:46:55.159 I always do a bad job. I'm always like yeah, this is 772 00:46:55.159 --> 00:46:59.519 how you do it. She's like just sit down cutting in kind and I 773 00:46:59.559 --> 00:47:00.599 don't know, what does they even need? Good again, I don't know 774 00:47:00.679 --> 00:47:04.800 it. Just put it out a wall. It's paint. Yeah, exactly, 775 00:47:04.880 --> 00:47:07.320 man. Well, Chris, is been a ton of fun have you 776 00:47:07.360 --> 00:47:09.360 on me and I can't wait to join your show tomorrow night, thirty PM 777 00:47:09.440 --> 00:47:13.960 right. Will be there. Belive it'll be a lot of fun. And 778 00:47:14.000 --> 00:47:15.559 so you guys go check out Chris. Any think, any last words, 779 00:47:15.559 --> 00:47:19.679 any last thoughts that we didn't such up to say. You know, I 780 00:47:19.679 --> 00:47:22.159 mean it's I think. I think it's all good, man. I mean 781 00:47:22.320 --> 00:47:27.480 I would say watch our wars, watching in the right order. That's one 782 00:47:27.519 --> 00:47:30.840 thing. Start with new hope, episode four. I know, episode four, 783 00:47:30.000 --> 00:47:32.199 five and six, and then you can go back watch one, two 784 00:47:32.280 --> 00:47:37.119 three. But you know, honestly not going to, for I haven't done 785 00:47:37.119 --> 00:47:39.199 it thirty five years. I'm not doing it now. Well, maybe I'll, 786 00:47:39.599 --> 00:47:43.599 maybe I would listen, man, never too old, never tool and 787 00:47:43.760 --> 00:47:45.119 all the wont but this will be a good oh, you watched, you 788 00:47:45.199 --> 00:47:50.079 watch episodes four or five and six, and then part two of this could 789 00:47:50.119 --> 00:47:52.400 be talking about your reactions to watching that. We could have a full discussion 790 00:47:52.400 --> 00:47:55.000 about it. All right. Yeah, so how long is it going to 791 00:47:55.039 --> 00:47:58.440 take me to watch four, five and six? How many hours of those 792 00:47:58.480 --> 00:48:02.360 each? A couple of hours? No ours, that's not that's nothing. 793 00:48:02.559 --> 00:48:06.880 You can frushed out of it a day. Yeah, I'll, I'll watch 794 00:48:06.920 --> 00:48:09.039 it. I'll just do it live right here and get copyright bands and all 795 00:48:09.039 --> 00:48:14.199 that stuff. Chris, man, appreciate you. The Guy with the we 796 00:48:14.280 --> 00:48:16.280 neater next door to showed up, so it's great time he appreciates your man 797 00:48:16.400 --> 00:48:20.440 so much. All right, everyone, that is it for creating daily. 798 00:48:20.599 --> 00:48:22.280 Thank you so much to Chris. Thanks for everybody who jumped in joined the 799 00:48:22.360 --> 00:48:28.639 chat over on over on facebook and Youtube and guild and bullhorn and all the 800 00:48:28.719 --> 00:48:31.599 places and that. I don't even remember where I syndicated this too, but 801 00:48:31.639 --> 00:48:36.199 really appreciate you jumping in. Join me. Tomorrow my friend John is going 802 00:48:36.239 --> 00:48:39.719 to be jumping in. He's a also another multi hyping creator, from podcasting 803 00:48:39.719 --> 00:48:44.840 to comic book illustration and, like so many of us, gets overwhelmed with 804 00:48:44.920 --> 00:48:47.039 what you know, what if's and what about and could this happen? What 805 00:48:47.079 --> 00:48:51.920 about that happening? So we're going to dive into it and I honestly don't 806 00:48:51.920 --> 00:48:53.440 know. It could be a therapy session for the both of us, or 807 00:48:53.480 --> 00:48:57.599 we could actually walk away and give you some really good information on how to 808 00:48:57.760 --> 00:49:01.239 control your adhd creative brain. But once again, that's the we neither guy. 809 00:49:01.280 --> 00:49:04.119 He showed up. I don't know if you can hear or not what's 810 00:49:04.119 --> 00:49:07.280 annoying me, so I'm going to hit the end screen, but stick around 811 00:49:07.280 --> 00:49:08.039 for the in screen. I changed it up. Let me know what you 812 00:49:08.039 --> 00:49:13.880 think about it. We'll see tomorrow, two PM Eastern time, right here 813 00:49:13.920 --> 00:49:14.719 at creating daily