Sept. 12, 2022

Comedy, Rucking, Abraham Hicks and Afternoon Recording

Comedy, Rucking, Abraham Hicks and Afternoon Recording

Here is a rough transcript:

Hey, this is just an out walk in the puppy in the afternoon 355 We're going to be leaving for a drive at about two hours of just taking them out for a little bit, getting some ideas rattling around inside and outside. I noticed in the morning I like to produce a lot, right, I did some teen messages when I went out this morning and now in the afternoon, not so much right? Not not necessarily a need to be able to create that much. But still having the mind fresh, and and open for new things. So what I want to talk about here is afternoon production, right? How do we how do we get stuff done in in our weakest times, and it is figuring out what is like what's that thing that we do? That is like most fun and most empowering and can potentially be the most impacting so for me it is recording messages, right?

Just like speaking out the stuff that is top of mind and ready, ready to go. And I did spend I spent about an hour on social media. I wouldn't call it social media. I was just watching videos, I was watching a comedian by the name of what's his name?

Brian moss I think is his name. Let me just see here. It was Zack moss. Zack Moss was watching Zack moss videos, which I saw for the first time.

And then number two was thinking about rocket, which is carrying a large backpack around and so watch some tick tock videos of people getting that set up and I use those I use tick tock as is this something that I'm interested in, wanting to try and then caught one video where somebody had a GoPro attached to his head as he was starting to work.

So that started setting me off in the direction of thinking about Yeah, sent me off in the direction of working with a working with a GoPro and it was like he had it strapped to his head.

But I'm thinking the chest strap is going to be the the less visible I guess, way to to be able to record so we start to brainstorm and start to create some new ideas.


Here is a rough transcript:

Hey, this is just an out walk in the puppy in the afternoon 355 We're going to be leaving for a drive at about two hours of just taking them out for a little bit, getting some ideas rattling around inside and outside. I noticed in the morning I like to produce a lot, right, I did some teen messages when I went out this morning and now in the afternoon, not so much right? Not not necessarily a need to be able to create that much. But still having the mind fresh, and and open for new things. So what I want to talk about here is afternoon production, right? How do we how do we get stuff done in in our weakest times, and it is figuring out what is like what's that thing that we do? That is like most fun and most empowering and can potentially be the most impacting so for me it is recording messages, right?

Just like speaking out the stuff that is top of mind and ready, ready to go. And I did spend I spent about an hour on social media. I wouldn't call it social media. I was just watching videos, I was watching a comedian by the name of what's his name?

Brian moss I think is his name. Let me just see here. It was Zack moss. Zack Moss was watching Zack moss videos, which I saw for the first time.

And then number two was thinking about rocket, which is carrying a large backpack around and so watch some tick tock videos of people getting that set up and I use those I use tick tock as is this something that I'm interested in, wanting to try and then caught one video where somebody had a GoPro attached to his head as he was starting to work.

So that started setting me off in the direction of thinking about Yeah, sent me off in the direction of working with a working with a GoPro and it was like he had it strapped to his head.

But I'm thinking the chest strap is going to be the the less visible I guess, way to to be able to record so we start to brainstorm and start to create some new ideas. I also had a great conversation with somebody about Abraham Hicks, and I've loved asking is given as one of my key books that have been read multiple times over multiple years, and I'll probably sit down with the hard copy of that book later on this week.

I don't think I've read I went through the processes quite a bit, but didn't read necessarily the beginning section of it. That much of the past so we'll leave that one here for right now.

Good to continue this walk. And then we'll lay down for a little bit and get ready for our trip back. trip back home. Have an amazing day.

Transcript

Here is a rough transcript:

Hey, this is just an out walk in the puppy in the afternoon 355 We're going to be leaving for a drive at about two hours of just taking them out for a little bit, getting some ideas rattling around inside and outside. I noticed in the morning I like to produce a lot, right, I did some teen messages when I went out this morning and now in the afternoon, not so much right? Not not necessarily a need to be able to create that much. But still having the mind fresh, and and open for new things. So what I want to talk about here is afternoon production, right? How do we how do we get stuff done in in our weakest times, and it is figuring out what is like what's that thing that we do? That is like most fun and most empowering and can potentially be the most impacting so for me it is recording messages, right?

Just like speaking out the stuff that is top of mind and ready, ready to go. And I did spend I spent about an hour on social media. I wouldn't call it social media. I was just watching videos, I was watching a comedian by the name of what's his name?

Brian moss I think is his name. Let me just see here. It was Zack moss. Zack Moss was watching Zack moss videos, which I saw for the first time.

And then number two was thinking about rocket, which is carrying a large backpack around and so watch some tick tock videos of people getting that set up and I use those I use tick tock as is this something that I'm interested in, wanting to try and then caught one video where somebody had a GoPro attached to his head as he was starting to work.

So that started setting me off in the direction of thinking about Yeah, sent me off in the direction of working with a working with a GoPro and it was like he had it strapped to his head.

But I'm thinking the chest strap is going to be the the less visible I guess, way to to be able to record so we start to brainstorm and start to create some new ideas. I also had a great conversation with somebody about Abraham Hicks, and I've loved asking is given as one of my key books that have been read multiple times over multiple years, and I'll probably sit down with the hard copy of that book later on this week.

I don't think I've read I went through the processes quite a bit, but didn't read necessarily the beginning section of it. That much of the past so we'll leave that one here for right now.

Good to continue this walk. And then we'll lay down for a little bit and get ready for our trip back. trip back home. Have an amazing day.