Episodes

Why do you walk and talk

Here is a rough transcript: Hey, so this is getting a little bit psycho here. So I'm recording videos, I'm asking questions that I'm answering the same questions. There's came up with the concept of a mastermind of one, where it's when we have an...

Why are you answering your own questions

Here is a rough transcript: Hey, so this is getting a little bit psycho here. So I'm recording videos, I'm asking questions that I'm answering the same questions. There's came up with the concept of a mastermind of one, where it's when we have an...

Introduction to Walk and Talk on Tik Tok

Here is a rough transcript: Hey, this is Justin just finished gym workout for today. And I've been creating 10 to 15 audio messages every single day and thinking about starting them off as opposed to doing audio messages, doing them little videos on...

Walking and Talking vs. Sitting in Front of a Computer

Here is a rough transcript: Hey, this is Justin, it's Friday morning, September 16. This is getting ideas rolling around inside the head outside into the head way that could potentially be useful. And so I did get up every morning this week, up until...

Benefits of Walking and Talking vs. Computer Time

Here is a rough transcript: Oh, here we go post two of the day. This is number 16. It's about seven o'clock in the morning, right now these are getting ideas rattling around inside the head outside of the head. So I just did a post a few minutes...

The Power of Voice Notes for our Work

Here is a rough transcript: Hey, this is Justin. So when going on the theme of walking and talking this morning as the, as a way of working, and just had a conversation with somebody who was talking about his CEO, I made the comment that asynchronous...

What happens when you get behind on short form audio

Here is a rough transcript: Okay, so about a year and a half ago, we start mastermind groups that were completed solely on asynchronous audio, the challenge that people get into with audio messages, they get behind on the messages. And they give...

Mood Management When Feeling Sick

Here is a rough transcript: Hey, this is Justin It is Thursday morning and feeling a little bit sick this morning. So woke up at 330 did about 90 minutes of work. In the morning, I knew I wasn't gonna get back to sleep. And then finally get back to...

Shut Up and Talk Sessions

Here is a rough transcript: Here we go, okay, this is Tuesday morning, September 13, this is just sharing ideas rattling around inside the head, getting them out into a way that can potentially be useful to my future self and to other future selves....

My drop in energy in the afternoons

Here is an unedited transcript: Hey, this is Justin It is Wednesday morning. This is a brain dump, not a walking talk, I'm back at the camp, we went to the dog park this morning and play dog played quite a bit. So didn't have a chance to go on the...

Using Google To Organize What is Going on in our Brain

Here is a rough transcription: Oh, okay is was it Wednesday morning, Tuesday morning, Tuesday morning, September 13, going on a walk in and talk with the puppy and just excited to fix my workflow this morning, where my podcasts are getting uploaded...

Organizing Our Closets, Walking and Talking and Google Search

Here is a rough transcription: Hey, this is Justin and I just changed my workflow today, which gave me a little bit of a dopamine hit right, whereas my podcasts are getting published as drafts right now. So don't have to go through a secondary...

Test Case to Do Straight Through Processing of Podcasts

Here is a rough transcription: Hey, this is Justin It is Tuesday morning, September 13 2022, messing around with straight through processing of podcast right now to spend down, gotten about 430 In the morning the last couple of days and have been...

Walk And Talk

Why I do Walk and Talk Recordings?

Here is a rough transcript: So I remember in the early, early 2010 two that we talked about lifestyle, you know, laptop lifestyle, that was the big thing being able to work on work anywhere from your laptop, and then it's sor...

Podcasts Straight Through Processing

Taking a Picture to Make Straight Through Processing of Podcasts Work

Here is a rough transcript: Okay, so here we go. And I've been messing around with loading images up to be able to use for my podcast. And what I think I'm going to be doing is taking real time images in the moment that are after we do our processing because I think they seem small enough and they seem to get through to all the services if we do it that way. So I'm testing that out right now. And solving the image proxy just adds another layer of workflow into our process we have to edit an image just to give a little I'm recording these things on phonic I started a production and the only like, normally I could just do straight through processing on the production but I've got to edit the image for each one of the episodes. So it comes off as something different on to comes up with something different on the on the back end. So what's the problem is the images that I have my phone are typically too big to to work for, for our processing. So that is why I've got to figure out another solution. I think the solution is going to be to take a picture in the moment to make it work. So that's what this is going to be an experiment with taking pictures in the moment to make our straight through processing of podcasts work.

Future Self

Creating Recordings Useful to Our Future Self and Almost Falling

Here is a rough transcript: Hey, this is Justin, it's September 12, doing daily walk and talk with the puppy and down by the waterfront. And I really gone back to one of my favorite ways of operating, getting ideas that are rattling around inside the head outside the head. So hopefully, I'll record for a decent hour now. A good hour, and just putting out different clips and ideas that are rattling around inside the head and outside of the head into a potentially useful and I can typically go stream of consciousness and if something pops into the mind, like some fear pops into the mind. And then there's a stock there's a little bit of a pause, and there's a little bit of a distraction and probably go on, throw away words, you know, just say some random things. And the moment and then we can actually get back to it. So the whole idea of these brain dumps brainstorms is to go directly from like thoughts in the brain and then have them spew out to the world. Now, a thought we have I think about 60,000 thoughts every single day. A thought by itself isn't necessarily useful. And they're fleeting, right? They go and for good reasons, right? Most aren't necessarily useful. So only a small percentage of the things that get talked about or spoken about, make, make a difference in and can be impactful. But if we don't have them recorded, and accessible to our future selves, then they aren't useful. So the whole idea is to go on a walk, which is great. Because now the puppy gets to gets to be outside and gets to do the walk. I get to get some of the ideas rattling around inside the head outside the head into a way where they can potentially be useful. And my future. My future self can potentially access these things later, I can just almost slipped. Gotta watch this. This entrance here.

Workflow

Knowing When to Do a Little Tweak and When to Do a Large Overhaul

Here is a rough transcript: It's so interesting, a little snag and workflow has had me rethinking, changing everything that I was doing so specifics, when I record these messages, and I take a picture on my phone, it's typica...

Working Offline

Work without Wifi and Cellular can bring us closer to the people in our lives?

Here is a rough transcript: So I remember in the early, early 2010 two that we talked about lifestyle, you know, laptop lifestyle, that was the big thing being able to work on work anywhere from your laptop, and then it's sort of moving over to cellular lifestyle, right? How much stuff can you get done on your cellular? And then I personally started thinking about how much stuff can I get done asynchronously while walking and talking, like, on my timeframe when I have the better amount of energy, and how's that start to connect with what other people are doing and what other people are creating what other people are building. Now, over the last couple of weeks, we started thinking about being offline a lot more what can get done without a Wi Fi connection without a cellular connection? What is yeah, what's the work that we can do without those, those connections, because when you have those connections, number one, it's always looking for a signal that's got to be impacting the brain in some way. But number two, we're getting all of these notifications that are coming in, that are designed to draw our attention to a particular act and draw our attention away from the one thing that we are creating in a moment. So the new obsession is how much stuff can get done without a Wi Fi without a cellular connection, to be able to work and right, just doing a whole bunch of different, my strategy is just putting in a whole bunch of different reps of times without Wi Fi and cellular downloading things. When I take my trip. Today, when we take our drive back, I've got all my podcasts actually downloaded onto onto my phone as opposed to searching from searching from the cellular connection. So different ways to be able to mobilize and operate. And but yeah, I've been thinking about how much can get done without a Wi Fi connection without a cellular connection, which actually is probably closer to like in person type experiences now.

Working Offline

What can be Done Offline and What Requires Wifi or Cellular

Here is a rough transcript: Hey, this is Justin had the interesting experience was on a cruise ship for about seven days and just got back to now walking into the woods and starting to look at what are those things that can b...

Innovation

Innovation, Fitting in with People and Experience of Being on the Right Track

Hey, this is Justin. So I've been thinking a lot about innovation and changing behavior and the mere fact of changing behaviors, doing things that are against the grain and against the norm and requires thinking that might be...

Law Of Attraction Comedy

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.

Workflow

Location and Driving Focus

Here is a rough transcript: So very interesting to think about where attention goes. So I've been off of work for two weeks, and work has been the big focus for the last year. And if I look at like most of the action items th...