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The Parrsitivity Podcast

Episode 92 路 2 years ago

The Parrsitivity Podcast #Episode 10 with Lewis Misseldine

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

On this Podcast I'm joined with my good friend Lewis Misseldine you can catch him on Instagram @lmisseldine7. He is a singer, songwriter, music producer of EDM, house music, he is also in the process of making hypnosis relaxation tracks. We talked about empathy, mental health, social media, fear, success, where we want to be in 5years, people, positivity, passion, happiness, depression, covid-19, anxiety, music, relationships. Enjoy ! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-parrsitivity-podcast/message

How I yeah, yeah, good, so good. Nice have you on for the second time. Yeah, definitely. I'm looking forward to what's in store. Pretty much notice few topics of them we talk about. Yeah, I was just fair passion what we could do before we go to the topics. is going to kind of go into like you know, what you do and like, you know, would you use it? God Stop. Yeah, of course I'll be happy to do that, because I've no, I've no new, Lewis Oman. I've since well, befos, Eighteens Pos, eighteen, eighteen. Yeah, pretty much, we met join our time where we used to sort of going on, go out for drinks, etc. Yeah, like night and through like front. Pretty Yeah, pretty much, and it's to me, and you know, probably too as much been along tenship, which is great, and it's great that we've sort of getting contact. Yeah, so exactly, because, which is great. People through each your problem with everything else. Yeah, yeah, like what what you like, but what you do is like, you know, you make your music, don't you? And Yeah, I'm just going to introduce myself. Hi, I'm Louis Ms Bean, I'm twenty six and I'm a professional pilot from Nottingham. Good now I'm Luis Down Twenty Six. I'm a singer, Song Water, producer music from from Nottingham and yeah, so we stopped from there. You basically make your music you and you write your own songs. Yeah, pretty much. It started a young age for me. started singing sort of around three, two, four years old, and ever since then, I'll sort of I've loved, I've loved every bit of music. Yeah, I've loved the music that sort of start from there, everything about it, and then I just wanted to sort of to learn a bit more. So then going back, going into the you know, a few years, definitely eight, start songwriting and learning how to play keyboard, piano, etc. which then came into a big passion for me to express myself through the lyrics, from the heart, and I was just learning every day from that young age as well, which quite a young age, hmm. And I've I've been with you when you've like been doing this as well, and you know you really, you know you really are good and you think this is your passion and this is where your your energy and a flows. Yeah, I think what it is, Audam, I think it drives me a lot sort of do well, yeah, on this and a lot of people have, you know, been said, you know, stick with it, stick with it, etc. And that's why I've sort of done I mean, even when I was sort of like ten eleven, I started producing my own music. You know, my sort of production as well. Ten eleven are the old school, you know, the techno music, you know, etc. Also in that times where I did learn how to sort of wrap. So, you know, it's just about sort about expanding my capability. Often the world a ward, the world's voice with that, isn't it? You can build and create different kinds of music, you know, which you've been doing. If you got any samples music, you're know, pun podcast to play or whenever we can do it. Whenever, whenever you you have some. Yeah, definitely, yeah, definitely, I'll be for that. I'll get my sort of collection stuff and show you and the people that are listening.

Yeah, of course. Yeah, that's great. It's great to have you one. Yeah. No, it's great to be here. It's great, clear. But what what topicals like to talk about? First we talked about passion. HMM, passion, social media, fear, empathy, creative intellect, goals. Yeah, my, I can you. Sorry, Adam, I think you breaking up a bit. Yeah, minute, it's tough. In a little bit. I think I can hear you now. You can now? Yeah, yeah, I think so. Okay, yeah, yeah, lovely. You know, Tortu until while passion. Yep, that's what you say. Well, why? Why is passion? And Bortom and I'll wash your passion. My Passion would be the the music, and I feel that it drives me, like said, drives me to do, to do well. Since IBO'd so many people sort of comment on it and say, you know, you don't really well, especially now, which is great, because I think in the past for me, like I said on the previous podcaster, had a lot of hate, etc. And that that did you s to sort of put me down a little bit at the beginning, because it always does. But you know, I've just learned to sort of forget about what people think. In regards to bad, negative feedback, well, it's not so caring about other people's opinions is pretty pretty much and sort of, you know, I just do my own something now, etc. Firs. So for me it's kind of a learned behavior, which is great. And then every inch, I think age thirteen to sixteen. I then wanted to progress and challenge my creative Internet even more by learning how to play different instruments as well, you know, drums, Guitar, recording music around Fifteen, sixteen in my bedroom. So I've got some, you know, some equipment. Start produce it from there. And then also went I went to confettit college right after school, so about sixteen, seventeen, all the way up to twenty one, and I learned a lot from that as well, because I was there for five years and in that time I've learned huge a man huge amount. So that's helped massively. Yeah, and I think you know, as you go out your conver zone in those scenarios and situations, you you learn about yourself and yourn about music and you were able to create, you know, a certain content. HMM. Yeah, I mean I'm even today. I don't I'm learning how to sort of produce every you know, a lot of genres, and it's not just because my sort of main thing at them, and it would be sort of deep past sort of stuff like Philip jewel or etc. You know, with all going and Piano House, etc. And and then I just want to sort of expand that so I'm learning every single day, challenging greative intellect, learning new stuff every day, and it's great. It's great. You know, it's great. What's important to isn't it to you know, folly patient and to do as most to you comfortible self. Yeah, absolutely, absolutely, and it's just, you know, the matter of fact that you know, you a lot of people. I think in the past, like said before, I think sometimes it's sort of I think it used to sort of a little bit upset me a little bit, I said, but for me the passion just lives on and no one can sort of take that up from a you know, away...

...from me or thing. Yeah, so I think people can want to put people down because it brings up insecurities and them sort of because they feel like that they're not able to do certain things, that want to crush over people because by other people being confident and doing certain things makes them feel crap about how they are because they're they haven't got the confidence and they want to squash you with people's they can be on the same level of his own. Yeah, instant agree on that. It's going to happen. From if you know, everyone experiences, not single kind of experience, you know, later in life, but I think kind of makes you more aware of people and I think it kind of gives you that motivation to just crack on with your craft and what passionate about. HMM, because I think, if you know, you didn't have yeah, I mean, I'm promoting it as well. I'm promoting you on instagram. You know, I just did see what sort of people think is. Well, it's, you know, with you know today, with the music as well, it's all about emotions getting out there as well, if you're sort of a serious artist, service producer, and I think with the Internet today, there's so many ways that you can just, believe it or not. Yeah, so I I was just saying that, with the Internet today, there's so many ways that you can distribute, to connect with people putting musical on different platforms. Yeah, that Tick Tock, you've got tick Tock, or the as you tooth's soundclowd yet. All right, choose. Yeah, many more. HMM. Yeah. So I think I think the most important thing is well to me is that when you're in this sort of patty, you enjoy it. You do enjoy it. N I do, I'm really yet enjoy what I do, and and it just motivates you to do well. Yeah, it just motivates you to do well. Another thing as well, tip of the day. Did you know that Philip George went to the same colleges as me? And I didn't know that about a couple of weeks a couple of weeks ago, I didn't know that all. Pretty so that that was it's nice to night, it's nice today. Yeah, pretty cool. Yeah, I think just you know, when you think of a people see all these stars and people of Music, when you think they started out just my ourselves and all the Marken same college. They came from an overtime, you know, they they you know, smooth, get mocky. Some people got off an opportunity or they just keep doing that. I'm positive right timing. Of course he's got something people as well. They could just say one person to listen to your music. Yeah, who's in the history, and then go right, yeah, this person's got something here, and it just takes that one point of person to believe in you. It's kind of give you that extra lift. Yeah, how about what you see on x factor and these auditioning music programs? You know, the people are self creatings music and someone just has to see the sparking you who is it's going to work. Is like war. Yeah, it's like Kurismon. It's like watering a plant. You know your you're you know plant. But for an example, you know your plant and they they nurture you, they give you the right ingredients and they kind of, kind of watch you're going to blossom. You know, give you the support the need. And it's it's been in the right environment with the right kind of people, because you know, there's too many people out there who are talented people, they've gold as passional as energy, and then the surrounded by the wrong people, they're in the wrong environ are and the corn growing around the wrong people,...

...the right the wrong environment. So it's important to you know, know, you know your tribe and who you want to spend your time around with a new energy and because there's no point talking about operating your content people who which can be negative, because then we'll just train you and the t you from probably doing it. But it's how you think you know react to these situation. Yeah, HMM, I got you on for your full control of how you choose to be and how much content you choose to do and what you think and believe about it. MMM, absolutely, absolutely. Yeah, that's a hundred percent correct, accurate. There it's whether you're into the light said about the negative people, around negative people, and then of course that takes a hit on you as well. So, yeah, it's just an EC on that really. So it's just, you know, a hundred agree. But then again, you can use that to your advantage. You can have people say, I if it still work out and you gives you you know, it's how you response that, like and you kill our wall. I'm going to show these people, you know there is going to work out. Yeah, my mentality is completely that. Yeah, sorry, my taking that as well, because I've been because I put up with that for quite quite a while. So my mentality is, yeah, it's that. Yeah, well, it's time when your isn't it? And one in the driver's seat. Why? Why the other people stop and slow you down on your journey, though? Absolutely absolutely. I mean as well, when creating and producing records, right, it makes you feel good, it really does me, especially dance tracks, you know, deep how stuff, progressive, house, etc. It makes you feel good and it makes you feel like you want to Dja and I befa, you know, and and stuff like that. So that that sort of sliding in with with the goals as well, with with the topic we've got as well with with goals as well. So so I'm quite an ambitious person. I think I've always have been ambitious ever since of sort of wanted to do well. It is, you know, even with the singing through three to four years old and then I really got series around for the seven eight. It's quite young age and it's been. It's always good to think it that age as well. You know, I was doing concert at the school, the school doors when I was saw young, you know, infant school, the concerts in these parents, they're you know, etc. And Yeah, you just get, you know, just get bus from it. It's great. Well, I've seen it when I been with you. We've gone to town sometimes or to the cinema and there's being like a piano fings on a train station somewhere and there's a piano somewhere and you just hopped on the piano. Stop playing music. You know, that's right, like could like it was nothing. You know, you can play musical instruments, you can write and make your music you can sing. You know you're very talented and very creative person. Often, you know you've got a lot of potential. You know, to thank yeah, they sorry. Yeah, just keeps getting off. I don't know whether it's mine to know or not. Yeah, I mean even when I think going back into the cinema, I think when it was monsters inc university that came out and there was a piano in in the cinema. That this, you know, monsters ink. Yeah, and I was I was with my girlfriend at the time. It's you fen it time, and basically I played all sorts of and I remember she's telling me in my ears, I was just telling me that other people want to go on the piano. I wasn't listening at all this until I just carried on because it's kids queuing up to play and I knows they're playing titanic. Okay. So, yeah, yeah, and all...

...the stuff. Did you bring on the soundtrack on the Pan as well? She was a you know what I was tempted to do. So yeah, no, I mean even on like, like I said, we're trained stations. You know, you see a piano stuff on, my instantly eyes lit and just want to go over every play and you show, show the world. You know what I can do? Just get a situation. I'm puppy that. You know, you're doing what you love and I think that's one do important things about being a person, isn't it? And it's finding your craft. It is, you know, once you kind of fight. Some people find it earlier than others. Things one thing, IE, talk wi stress about like that. Yeah, you got to find your thing. HMM, you know, it might take years. You know it takes time, but you just got to try things out. A lot of people don't try things up because they're scared, Ye arm, you know, I can understand. But you know, once you find your thing or something that makes you happy, something that your energy flows with, you know, do that and don't don't really worry about what people think. Isn't it? Absolutely? Absolutely, I think I've always I've always knew that that I wanted to do it from early age. Always need even through school. You know, you have these careers thing curve esor yeah, I I know what I want to do. I'm since I was you know, it's been a good sort of twenty years of wanting to do something and stick with it as well, because I do believe. I think sometimes a lot of people drop out of that, particularly when they start at a young age, and then they lose that passion almost when they're in in the teams and move on to different things, whereas me, I sort of that's stick at it. HMM. Like I said, just challenging that, channeling that energy to creative intellect to sort of learn new stuff every day. It's great because it keeps you happy as well keeps you motivated, which is the most important thing is. You've got to stay motivated, especially with something that you have doing. HMM. No, completely. I think I was as well with the the Intro, in the outro music for this podcasts what you made as well, isn't it? Yeah, yeah, yeah, the dee pounds behind you get there. Yeah, which are you know, I'm very grateful for and you know you spent you spend hours. You spend hours like making music and writing songs and when you when you get a chance in this podcast, get on your laptop or whether and play a little bit. If you got on now. Yeah, I mean I've got some something on that I could yeah, yeah, play, play something now if you like. Just have a look. Yeah, okay, yeah, that okay, a little bit ladder, the Little Bit Luish Swa.

Yeah, yeah, I'm so that. Yeah, fress, really good. No, that do la. Thank you so much. And then I'll just show you just this one world, you know, just tease I'm working on at the minute. So let me show you this one. We go. Sorry, it's very me. Okay, so this is that sort of half I've done. Yeah, let me yeah, yeah, that's it. That's just a little sort of teaser I've got going off of the net. So I hope you like it and go ahead them as well. Yeah, no, I like it, I'm sure for people as well. Thank you. And you've been working ep but recently, or an album? Yes, half, actually I've been working on because what we want to do was do this sort of the singing first, and then obviously you see, if I did, you want me to play with one with singing where you lot, wherever you like something here. Thank you very much. Thank you. So I wrote that one myself as well, and I'm quite proud of that work because that's at the acoustic stuff. So, short of just do acoustic, do all sorts of pop as well. I'm just show you just one last one, which I'm quite that's okay, this one. Seventeen. Again, I think everyone has heard this one and this one's been on the BBC radio as well, which I'm quite quite lucky to have. So let me share this one. Yeah, so that's another one. I'm sort of card. Yeah, now you're doing really well of us and I think it will kind of inspire motivate other people to you know, if there's anyone listening to this or anyone out there who makes music, who sings, you crew, you are is wanting to make as a singer and music content creator, then you know you really can do it and I think, I think it's someone that's a hot, pretty old interest industry to get into, isn't it? Yeah, it's incredible hard because there's so much competition, but if you really believe in what you're doing, just keep on it and I'm sure you know over time, you know you yeah, someone. Yeah, definitely, I think...

...it's right and I think, talking about industry as well, it's it's incredibly hard to get into it, but also the most important thing as well, it's quite even mortal, and this is you know, this is a challenge for all artists is to actually stay on the label, whether it's a major or minor. It's especially if you know hit the big Tang Ceter that's the most hard work is when you actually got to keep it up, which you signed to a specific label. Yeah, because I are you, I want to watch style of a tree guy, you know, the guy sent you video clips of where he makes music, is the music artist racer. Yeah, and Bristol. My brother to see him live and he's think only in the last couple of years he's become like, you know, Major League famous and done well. HMM, and his music's different and he's very different. You know, he's not real like anyone else out there. And he's signed to the same record label, I think, as Ed Sharon, so he can really all the same budgets as ED share and all those of the artists for them for his music, those who's on the same label, and he's, like, you know, done really well. And I think I was thinking to myself when I went to see him alive. I was like Jesus, I was like, you know this guy and do it. Then I thought of you and I was like you know, then, there's no saying that no noice. Someone else can do it. Jarman can't do it like of course. Yeah, I mean, I mean it's not quite well as well, all of a tree and is is. Music's very different, and you know that's the thing with music, is a very personal preferences and that you're going to get people who say you're going to people who see it's not really my complete but yeah, yeah, I get people who do like it and not like anything in life, isn't it? Not everyone's going to like you. It's about you like in yourself and love and the content that you do. That's that's what matters, and the audience behind you. And Yeah, you supporting them, support new kind of thing. Yeah, that is out that's the most important thing. Is is to anyone sort of producing out there as well, leaving it. Have confidence in each and every track that you do. Yeah, that's the best possible advice I could give out there is have confidence in in the work that you're doing and just believe. Believe every every second, etc. No, so I think it shows. It shows when someone's passionate about what they do. You know, it shows when you see someone who's happy doing the thing that they're doing. You know, the kind of blossom signs. It does, and it shines into your sort of personality as well, HMM, and you get that viber from from yourself to the people that you sort of happy and happy inside as well, because I you know, I by you being good at your craft and following something you're passionate about, you're going to get people following you who are passionate about music and who like your show. I'm some music. Yeah, I mean to be honest with you, at them. I'm very grateful that I can do that. I've meant have to do all all these things. Very grateful indeed, because there's not a lot of people that can do that. So I'm just extreme, you know, extremely grateful of what I'm capable of doing and expanding different genres. And you practice, you know, you practice and you practice, and you kind of reach the point, you know, where, you know, AF two years of practicing, and I think you know, we who don't ever stop burn, and do we? We are now kind of keep on evolving, pushing themselves out of conversations, and that's what it's about, you know, as a person. Yeah, that's what matters. It matters that you sort of pushing looking the boundaries as well and sometimes not, sometime that sometimes I'm afraid of success as well. Fear success sometimes. Yeah, I mean fears a big thing that comes into and I think...

...people can be afraid of success afraid of failure as well. So yes, and I think if you're afraid, afraid of success, if you're afraid of these different things, it's almost it's like jumping in quick sign it kind of slow Damb and it will immobilize you from taking action in the first place. I mean, I had a good guy some up on my last podcast and he sure his name was Adrian, and he was talking about feel. We spoke about feel and he was saying he works with young people, he's like a mentor and he works a lot of young people who are completely over confident but the really scared at the same time. But you've just kind of got jump over that hurdle, you just got to kind of fall into it, and sometimes falling down is part of success. It's failure as kind of put that Yeng in Youang with success because through failure, failure, you learn from your your mistakes and you become better at your craft and that's how you know. That's what I think with anything in life. You might make a bad I'm going to people don't like it. MM. Then you kind of like a gonna do better on Xy is a next time. HMM. But by by not diving something like it won't work out because you're not taking action, whereas take the action, it might work out and I might not. So, yeah, by not trying something or why failing? Yeah, you know you still going to get in the same outcome, but it's far worse to not try something. You've got that regret and not knowing how it is going to be or how. Yeah, yeah, completely, you know, completely agree with that, because down the line, say, for example, if I didn't if I didn't try the x factor, HMM, then I think in later life you'd that regret would live with you, I think, for not taking action like, like you said. So that's just, you know, just a plain example. Do you think you'll love? You Love Audition again? You ever been t a? You what this kind of going to the TV side things? I mean to be fair view. I think my my sort of goals to sort of try and make it well, you know, trying to get out there on my sort of own sort of thing and to get the music out there, you know, just so that the whole world can have a listen, etc. So I did as much about sort of sixteen, and it's for me. I didn't get through because it was other yes or no? What was up? Process like very stressful, very stressful. The process of that was basically you had that sort of twenty to thirty boots and and you've got people singing, you know, from high range, etc. And they're all going once and you have to sort of you have to try and ignore that if possible, but that is extremely difficult. And I was around thinks about sixteen, Sixteen, sixteen years old. And Yeah, it was Megamegat off it. You know what, and those sorts of situations are there racking, but in the end you see, you think to yourself and say, you know what, I'm glad I've done that, because otherwise I would have had a regret down in later life not doing it. And, like I says, all everything's worth a try in life. Everything is worth a try. It's right. Once it doesn't work out, try again or new, onto something different. Now kind of really more and...

I think that's those scenarios and trying things kind of build you as a person. And they build your resilience and they they're like, you know, just kind of extra notches to you. Don't really are they on off? Yeah, it's better to try things of fail or find out it's not for you because, you know, I say, you don't not regret hmmm later on. Well, I try the military. I did a little, but I didn't do basic training, but I did army courses with college and then I did preselection, which is you go do your fitness tests and psychometric test near the medical it's the Bile Pot the British army, which I was doing when I was around a team. Wow, because I've always have been in my fitness and running and gym and stuff, and I kind of trained for a while because I was I knew I was wanted to join the military because I originally wanted to be a policeman warmy, while I really wants to join the police and a lot of policemen by x army and are join me in peace in the army, get some experience and get some money. But I kind of I did the barbed tests and I went for infantry and remember like doing my preselection and my medical, my Finnish test and I kind of just had a feeling in my girl where I was like, you know, this isn't for me. You know, I love with the comraderially and the team work and running around in the fitness but could could I stand on the front line and be shot at? Could I? You know, and I just thought, you know, that's not ready for me. But fair play to people who do that, you know, spy to try those things out, to realize it's just like to try that out to figure out I wasn't for me. You know, if I hadn't have tried it, we would regret it now. HMM. Absolutely. I mean you are very much into your fitness as well, which is a very, very good thing. You know right helpfully that you like keep old body health, etc. And it's good to stay on top of things as well. Yeah, and I mean you know you work out as well and you know you you feel the first and you like when you when you do and when you don't, and I think with you know bodies, our minds were able to sculpt ourselves and kind of you know it's that. Yeah, it's that process of growth and you you know it fould your self esteem because you can see how far you've grown and you're able to list certain ways, you're able to run for certain periods of time. I mean, everyone's a different levels and I think you know around fitness, I'm not nutritionist on if I'm like that, but it's I think it's important as a person to at least do some kind of exercise, definitely, whether it's a jog every single day or something like that, or something what's whatever you're capable of doing. I mean some people, you know, struggle with doing physical ex stiles because they might have physical disabilities or, yeah, might not have the money for a gym membership. There are still certain things that you can do and I think pretty inspiring because you know the people are there who've got no legs and they've they do like male friends and you know the might of things wrong with them, which is incredibly great to do and absolute anyone, anyone that does that. It's got that sort of yeah, now completely, but we're fitnessing with you know, your music and what I'm doing and whatever anyone else out there is doing. It to this do no short cuts really and it's it's being patient and, you know, it's kind of learning to love the process. HMM. You know, if that's when I'm learning, you know, learned to be patient, that things are going to happen and work out overnight. You know, something time. It just takes time. Just take time, they said. It's all about that patient waiting getting now. So think, HMM, I and that's and that is I think it's for beneficial with the delayed gratification. You know the end,...

...you know, because I think, you know, with society today and so quick and so fast, it's all instant and people are kind of they thrive on that instant gratification. They want results now. That's why I think a lot of people give up because they're so used to having that instant glification. They might have grown up having things given to them straight away. When it comes to working towards something, they're not getting the resiliously one they kind of give up. MMM, which just say a lot to be honest with you. Speaking yourself sort of thing, isn't it? What's that like you with your music, isn't it? You know you're crafted and creating your music. You might not get a million hits overnight, but through continuous activity and what you're doing over time, you know you'll begain that, I'm sure you know, the future. Yeah, I think the most important thing as well is is that you love what you do as well. Nonetheless, that's that's one of the most important things as well, and that's why I make something. Try, you know, trying to make something unique, Execu you know, working with different sounds to make something, you know, unique that people haven't heard before except as well. And yeah, it's just learning how to do that. It's great, you know, and it's good that you you take that chance and the opportunites here, having Si on the own, making different music, content, different music. It takes a lot to do it. Yeah, it you know what Adam is right, it takes a lot, a lot of learning as well. It does take a lot of learning, but you know, the benefit you get from that, it's just incredible, because you're thinking too. So, Oh wow, I could do this, I can do this. So you're not sort of a one trick pony, because I that's one of my things. I just didn't want to sort of do sort of thing, you know, be lights of one trick Pren it. So I want to do different stuff, different stuff, and I always like to surprise the you know, whoever's listening, etc. And I think that's cool. I think I think that's quite important as well. where, for example, if I give you an example, so if I if I release the crustal trap one time and then it could be something completely different way. It could be rock rb the next track or something. So always likes, you know, surprising audience. And I've had a comment from the BBC as well, the injection. He said that there's always reinventing invent which is and also's right. It's a massive accomplishment for me to be on there as well, because not many people of the chrenils. So I feel really, really well in yourself and it. You know, it's nice. That's really good that you've kind of been seeing and being on BBC and, you know, well done for doing the you know, tip to you for doing everything you doing and, you know, believing in yourself and do what you love. And I think that's what inspires people. They kind of think of God if they're doing another done start makes a people want to do it. Yeah, I think as well. That's another important thing I've got to mention is inspiration to the people. Well, you know, I've even thought about doing some meditation myself, you know, creating an atmospheric sound and put my vocal on it. You know, just how now create. Can you show me all if you still you still got that? I don't think I've got that on at the moment, but I could get it here, of course. But but no, that's that's what I thought about doing, you know, again challenging creative Internet by doing something different, completely different, off the rate off of me and just sort of trying to help people as well relax as well. So and it's all great. You know, it's all great. Yeah, that that's really good. You're doing all of us and I think as much. It's much needed in today's society, especially with this chronicles of...

...people getting anxious and freaking yeah, you know what, I don't know. I've got a feeling that a lot of people going to be socially Anglis specifically with this time, which is understanding. It's understandable. You know, we've all got relatives and know people who might have health conditions or slightly older people are wage. I think, you know, we're quite fortunate at the minute because of our age and health fitness levels. You know, very small, small chance that anything bad. It happen to us by thin. Yeah, there's a right to be concerned but, like I put a post on instagram when I said that, you know where we are in full control of how we react in our you know, forms, and it's it's not worth panicking about because we're getting stressed through getting scared and panicked. You know, that releases cause on and, you know, into your system, which then makes you more which then makesures more susceptible to having an illness or having a cold. Hmm, what you know breaks down your immune system and that's that's been proven. And you know, I'm not a scientists, I'm not going to go more into that. But you know, like I went to Home Boorgan's like supermarket, yesterday to pick up some trop and sends. Like the energy and atmosphere like panic. I could just kind of feel it. I walked in and this toilet paper right in the entrance of the doorway. The woman was stocking on care at care ex soap and I said to us, like I'm sure that will be gone within five minutes. It's like yeah, yeah, we'll be. And and those ladies who's she's grabbing like four or five is this woman was putting on a shelf in them and then running to the check out. I mean I bought one because I was running soap anyway. But you know, people are afraid through what they see in the media. The News Project in the circle a lot do with it, hmm. And we just need fact Chun Information. Like I saw Joe Roges podcast last night. He had this specialist on WHO's pretty clued up with disease and viruses. Any he was very factual. It kind of gave you a bit of cloity on the situation, because the media blows things up proportion. I think when you induce fearing people, it's like power almost. Yeah, you know what the I feel that there. You know that sometimes, you know, the media takes over and panics people on a regular basis as well. And you know you've got doctors as well trying to provide trying to provide a man seine this conrenavirus in the minute. I mean that's going to take time. I mean that's what this go say. And but yeah, I mean we shouldn't. We should be balanced with how much media we can assume, how much news, What News we look at, what we digest, you know, don't look at certain stuff before you go to bed, don't look at it for, you know, a few minutes or don't get too over worked about it. And that's us with anything. It's just that binance, isn't it? And I think it's it's probable and it's not worrying and it's kind of, you know, telling yourself you know, things are work out and interesting it, because it's not going to do anyone any any goods by panicking over by over buying shit and the supermarket, making it harder for supply chains and people behind the scenes in the supermarkets and other people who need certain essentials who can't necessarily afford to buy it and Bork. So you know, it's yeah, totally so tiser. And you know, we need to be mindful of that. You know, think about other people, not just yourselves, and just not to panic. Yeah, I agree on that. A lot of...

...people who you know sometimes these have a consideration. Sometimes, you know, the people say and people feelings as well. So we got on sort of them. Yeah, well, we've like empathy. It's being mindful and forth full of how ill other people feel, isn't it? Hmmm, and understanding, understanding as well well. I think, you know, when you dies, something needs to be kind of addressed more in society, in work. M Yeah, because, you know, I think people have got to realize what people don't know, how other people are thinking or, you know what what irrational thoughts and think, you know, thinking, et Cetera, and you know, it's you know, I've always, you know, believed in you know, believing is be kind thing as well, because you don't know what a person's feeling. So one little thing, you know, over the edge, if you say something, something, something bad or something, you know, at the wrong time. So yeah, I just think there's that need to be more and feeling. With stunn, no, I agree, and I think we kind of only people, only see what's happening on the surface. It's but like an iceberg. You might see someone who's walking around, they look fine, but deep down, yeah, you don't. And that sort of stumping with them some, I think, sometimes with depression as well. I think you know when when they're people see you on the on the out you know, when you see somebody and I think, yeah, but it's all to do with the inside our persons feeding which a lot people in you know, today's society don't get. I feel that. Don't get that. You know. So there's but you know, there's a lot of people that you know that has empathy, et Cetera. Yeah, I think what it is it it's just understanding as well. Yeah, it's being understanding of people, being empathetic, being mindful. It's mom being so caught up in your own stuff thinking about how the people are and what might be going on for them. HMM, especially in jobs, especially in some of these corporations and businesses. Yeah, especially businesses. Resources driven, the driven by results and targets, and they're they're not. Someone is a reach in their targets. You know, we we live in a society, and especially the corporate world, where there's some powerful people. It is almost driven into people that, you know, food being powerful, you have to kind of be aggressive, you know, and be very straightforwardly. Someone's not achieving their targets. You know, they get shot down and they're the line. Know why you choven use resorts, WHO XYZ? You know, you could take people get friend were being fired. You know, people need to be more imperfect. Can take their employee aside and belong. Why is it? You know, hope is open okay. Now, why is it that you's something you know. Yeah, yeah, it's like, you know, climbing down people as well that you know work were. You know exactly what you've just sort of said as well, and just have a, you know, a quiet word, not go full Thi yeah, and I think we both experienced it. I mean I remember you telling me things when you I mean you, and I don't meant you know to mention the name place you worked here,...

...but HMM, you know when you worked in this, particularly, some things you told about Jesus. HMM, yeah, wasn't great, and I think that actually put me on a negative level. But hold and negative level. And whilst I was there, I didn't sort of focus on the music as much as I wanted to. Yeah, so that just let me a negative vibe all over. So, yes, when you're in something you don't need, and that's something. Why some point, isn't it to do or make sure happy? And you know, it's a bit like a little pebble and shoe of then bad, my husband make sure like crap, and then something else happened there. Over time, you just come way down. That's why it's important, yeah, to think, to have you know a positive role model and work, or you know a manager but kind of support you and you can talk about films if you don't feel hundred percent with I think that is something that this is lot of businesses lack. People aren't being rewarded for the hard work they're pointing it putting in. You know, I know because I'm being in myself, and you spend a lot of people spend a lot of time at work and you know if you're being valued and your empathize with, then you'll perform better at work and what you're doing and you'll be more want to, just happier and more wanted to stay there. HMM, if you think there's you know, I see it like how would you? I see it is if it was your business, how would you want to be treated? How would you want to treat your employees? What prospects? Yeah, would you want prospect is you people? What progression past would you wants to support people with? You know, I think I Gary v Said, you know you employees work for you. You you don't know your you work for your employees. You know they don't just work for you. It's and that's that's something. You know. People have to go onto courses of the con course. It's to learn how to be imperfect, how to treat stuff, and that, it seems crazy. These these personal humanistic qualities. You know, was bought, donor are teams and people. Often, you know you'll have a more successful business if you care, you employs your more imperfect. That goes in any part. You have a lot more friends if you're perfect. Okay, about people? HMM. Yeah, I think on the line in as much you get a bit, I think, a bit more respect as well, right, heaps like respect as well, I say, and I mean it's something that I think needs to be lighted. Tina. The people are they who who are hot headed, you are very narcisstic, but emotionally detached for their feelings and how people feel. But I think, you know, what goes around comes round. Than I think that you give out you get back. Yeah, I think it's rather I think you know when people treat you badly and then you know once upon a time you don't treat them the same treatment. They don't like it, like it and I feel, I feel it's important to give you know, same respect. Anyone really well, these all these things don't constantly from do the manners? Yeah, don't cost a if you know what? What? What does it take...

...to say funk you, please ask someone about the day and just take your focus away from yourself and put on someone else. M Yeah, I mean I can. I can sort of say up that sort of group with the being to all others. Grow up that and and you know manners as well. Of You know, people have always told me how nice your lovely. I know, manners, respect, etcter, and you know that all on board. So it's something that I've sort of learned as a kid is, you know, to being respectful as well, and manners from the shows as well, like sorry and I don't know, sorry I say. And I've kept it up and not turned into a different person, because that's another thing as well. I think sometimes fame something like that in the music industry, I think you get the steel that people change the personal. He's change where it's for the art. I've sort of never changed to I've been sort of things. Well, yeah, well, I think you've got an understanding of who of yourself and who you are that, whereas that's quite an interesting topic because you look a lot. Not every celebrity, not every famous person. But some of these successful people who've had instant success, massive success. You know, for example, just the BIEBER. He he's very talented, very good at what I'm very but it kind of went off the rails a little bit. But you think of being in the limelight, pressure, the the alcohol, the drugs she might be taking, some people take. It opens up all these different avenues for you when you're in that alarm light. And I will not like you've got crazy amount of money, and some people go hi, I'll do this and don't. But he know themselves. They in do over indulge in all these different things. Yeah, and they lose them think sometimes it probably leave himself as a person. Yeah, because you know you can go at the media, the medial say things about you. So so yeah, you can. You know, suppose it affects in different ways. But there's not say he's a bad person at all. You know, there's certain phases that he's gone through. But if you can, if you're in that you know you make it in that industry and you kind of it together, keep under control. That's why I think it's important, you know, to keep your personal life private and it's not display certain things in the media, social media and stuff. Yes, I basically don't put your eggs all all in the basket and tell people about yours. There is well, I think. Yeah, with that I mean all to all to all too. Yeah, exactly, and I think you kind of got and be cautious, probably even more so, with who you can trust. If you're making a lot of money people, some people might want to take advantage of that make sound deals a moment. All the rest, HM, yes, it's quite tall observing, but I think, hmm, I think the rewards there. So like in the future, Louis, when you make it in your music, I'll just take you. Thirty five percent permission for it on a podcast, is all right, and then no, I'm just yeah, not. I mean another thing I want to do discuss well, is where would...

...you sort of see yourself sort of five years time? I thought, I thought that might be a good one to sort of know. It's got a question. What meet my and I know I've been outside Sary Cap. So where would you say five years time? I feel like TV shows done all of a certain secret quite us with the log good, but me myself five years I the reason I spec so sorry to go again. I feel it's always it's always nice to hear what you know, other people, I've got to say, and I think that's just it. Yeah, no, of course I would like to see. I think I's person to see myself vious time with my own studio, doing doing this, you know, on different platforms, having on Youtube, having podcasts, you know, being video. You be like Joe Rogans, of people haven't on video, about scale, quite a big scale, and then to be doing my coaching and different areas. I'm providing, I would say, packages to businesses we can kind of improve and looking them with, you know, the employees. That's kind of like, you know, something I want to do and be kind of doing bit a public speaking and talks and things like that. Yeah, I generally think that you've quite really good with that. You know. Yeah, but it means a lot. But this is, I mean, you know, you're quite good, good at what you do as well, friend wise as well, always there when you need to talk, talk some to somebody as well, which, yeah, it's a great rate to have. Means A lot. I appreciate her. Same with you and when you've been somewhere in yourself, a certain timmy, a life. Can kind of help others. They've been at there, there, and you know, when you understanding and you've got your imperfect can your people person and you kind of tell with your friends and the social group, you know you're there from kind of like look to it. It's I like to think about felt a certain way. I could lie and talk someone about so stuff who was a friend. It's about, you know, given some of the back and helping others, isn't not when you've got certain expert and says I, you can relate to a people and yeah, but nice. Yeah, great, that's great. I'm glad I've, you know, got user, you know, one of my good friends, and some people guys up, you know as well. Important to have the tribe friends to find, you know, fun too, your friends are and stop some HMM. Yeah, I mean once upon a time somebody told me, very good friend as well, said them by your when you're two and twenty five or thirty or something, he said you can count the friends you're you know, your real friends. Yeah, your left hand, one, two, three, four five. So and then I was quite must talk about that. So far, okay, I'm learning stuff. Say, yeah, I think, yeah, answer you like. What do you see? Yeah, I think being sort of happy. Think not not. I'm not saying now I'm not happy now, I'm saying happier progression. Well,...

...it in sort of the music that as well promote, you know, proaching albums, etc. Hopefully one day to do my own sort of TV show. Yeah, it's well, eventually, I think to be able to you know, to be honest with it, all ties in with me because I sort of like, because I've done like the radio. You know, I've tried radio, the radio Voice we've got, I don't being sort of mixed thing and had my voice, favorite talking etc. So that's been yeah, I think you know you've got you know you've got the ability to create that and I think you know you will. You will really take off. Yeah, I think at the end of the day it's what you believe in. Isn't that thing, it's what it's what you believe in and that competition drive to go for it, which I admit I didn't have that in the past, if I'm completely honest, I didn't have that in the past, but now sort of now, as you get older, get wiser, you sort of folks on one thing you say you know, we let's do it and it's a good little motivation inspiration for the people. You know, if there's people are there that, like I did, etc. For my about helping all people, you can hook you in yourself by have an impact, to making difference. M Yeah, you sense that tranquil and open happiness when helping other people with yeah, you energy, as you energy, changing your energies of different notes. Yeah, that'sousness, if I've got that wrong. Yeah, I mean I got that right. It's important. I think that's such a young age that we are. Well, I like when were young to do to be thinking like this at this stage. You know, it's, you know, pretty grateful that you know we are because, you know, some people like that mental health especially. I think we've kind of grown up in an era, like me and you, I would like, the millennial era, where mental health isn't you know, there's a massive thing and it's it's kind of if you speak to me a few five people, you know, free out of five of those people probably had mental problems. You know, age bracket, where was other generations it wasn't really a big thing that was really looked at. But you know, often the people our age, who you've got, you know, worths and worse of life experience. It's young age and depth of knowledge and how you know how people think, where as you might get some people are slightly older, whereas this is all kind of new time. But that's, you know, the media and the Internet, stardom side tears. Isn't everyone's different? Yeah, I think in the sort of Nice you know, and that sorting it's got. It's got to the fact that, you know, there's a lot of people with nowadays, with mental health, and I think sometimes people don't speak up, which you sometimes people I want to sort of speak thing as well. The often there's a big stigma around, isn't they but I think, you know, by talking about things, you understand there and you grow and you know you're opening yourself up to be helped by people and you help yourself and some aspect. But that's that's something that you know, that's the good thing, a win social media. But social media isn't it as well? It's it's not all negative. It's how you use it. You know, a lot of people use social media, the Internet to as an outlet to talk about the...

...things that they've been from HMM, but you've got to do whatever you absolutely find is the best kind of route for you. You know, what will some people might not work for someone else. HMM. It was always always away. Yeah, there's always way. And Yeah, I mean if you can provide some value, if you can have an a positive imparts on other people, then that's great. And if you're happy in what you've done, isn't it? HMM, absolutely. Yeah, most most important thing is if if you're happy. Well, and I think with happiness as well, it's always great to feel feel happy as well. But they're not, obviously you feel that that's a sort of empty you feel that the people that are not happy as well, and they talk to you about you know, the yeah, etc. So you do feel the empathy there. Sometimes Presn't say you you do something really nice. Is What don't you want to you saying? It's telling me that you volunteer, you you are your works, like a homes shoulter or something. You you helped homes people with it. Yeah, yeah, that's right. I got you know, just talk to people as well, see how they feeling, etc. And on my most best, you know, see if I could. You know. Yeah, it's connecting with people, isn't hmm, and in a calm way as well, and that's that's empathet it's best that I'm perform understanding and positivity. It's helping people and yeah, yeah, yeah, you feel that. You feel happy within yourself as well, but you're helping the people out, you know, by talking, and then it makes you feel good. Yeah, it's supporting people, isn't it? And you know by you doing that, you know, makes a difference their lives and whole days go by, their day and how they think of themselves, and it's just like a domino effect, isn't it? It's in a positive word. HMM. You know, I'll tell a half doing that. It's really nice and it's really something that's beneficial. It's positive, it's good for your CV and it's good for your heart. HMM, it is, you know, it's it makes you a better person for helping. It's yeah, it's great. You just get a bit of a great, great one for me, a great boss from it, you know, talking down and try to help people as well, even, you know, with to do with mental health. So there's tub drugs or the home of suit, the different, different backgrounds. Yeah, yeah, and sort of, you know, trying to no, I think the most important thing as well is to listen as well. And, yeah, just and then, you know, once you listen, etc. And just trying to try and try to help people the best that you can do. and Iw feel it's always important to these starts, to chats. You know, particular in this society, lstead of for because you don't know what people are thinking, and in a way as well, for Gi, give people that reassurance that you know that it's going to be okay. Except as well. No,...

...of course, now I'm just sorddressing and yeah, yeah, and yeah, so apple for the connection one again. So I think it's you know, I suppose you can't always sort of fully understand what person's gone for unless you've been there or go for it yourself. Yeah, you some people don't know unless they've been themselves. Like sometimes you could probably talk somebody about something and that don't really engage or connect to what you're talking about. Others know think, especially with a like mental health, anxiety and certain foods, people that ever understand it and they just coughing along. What's that? You're not able to kind of connect. Yeah, people overs think if you been a self or you've had a certain tasted it, you know, you understand that, you you feel it. One of the people do you do. And this there's a lot of people with with with that at the minute as well, and it's so hard for people to fully understand as well. And I think, I think people that haven't had it all, never had that at all, never have that issue, they won't sort of fully understand it. And exactly like you, what's this? What's fucking off, especially if people are in jobs and they're trying to the need time offer. They don't feel okay, the boss is like, you know, the boss doesn't understand, or it's got even more pressure. HMM. Yeah, yeah, the pressure is yeah, got dog God. Yet they be a lot of pressure there. I think. Sometimes, well, financial difficulties as well. Sometimes people with Pression, etc. Anxiety maybe sometimes have five financial difficulties. Yeah, no, clearly, because they sometimes people want to take take time off work or something like that, or or haven't got a job due due to depression, of anxiety, etc. It's hard. Yeah, so, of course I think a lot of learn competition around get jobs as and stuff, and you know, a lot of employees. Employers give jobs to work experience, so it doesn't create opportunities for people trying to get the experience. And what my old mental health things going on are, you know. And I think it's people a chance more, which I think you know businesses are doing, you know, kind of given people of chance. But M yeah, I think, you know, we need to be more understanding path work can be there for people, be willing to give people a shot and to know, tore them to grow. Yeah, take, take a chance on people. Know what you got to lose? Chance complete. Yeah, completely agree on that. HMM. Could. Yeah, mostly, does any finish or, if not, to end on or so? Yes, yeah, if, if anyone they suffers with any sort of mental health, depression, anxiety or something, I don't please don't hesitate to contact me. I'll be on my facebook, which is Lewis and push it ch sorry, and and that gives people a chance. That that give and then that's me to the giving people a chance to sort of speaking. Oh No, no, exactly what you're saying.

And you know, what's your instagram as well? Yeah, I didn't you say that is l Mischldine, seven instagrammers, and you'll find a lot of my content on there as well, stuff project, projects I've been working on, etc. So that is my instagram, which is Mr Dean seven amble. It's been a pleasure talk to me. You can, Louis, appreciate your having on the podcast and if time and similar poss energy and it means a lot. Thank you very much having me, Adam it's been it's been great. Yeah, it's it's been great and it's it's always a pleasure to talk as well when no, no, it if you look really your time. Hope you enjoy this podcast and especially this podcasts Lewis, you know, it's kind of early days at the minute. You know, I'm just starting out with this for what if there's anything that any feedback, anything that you would like to put forward, then please email me. My email is on the account and please, you know, message Lewis and many mother friends that I've had on it as well. You know, I'm going to be doing on Youtube at some point and kind of grow more. But yeah, any feedback, any help you need surrounding mental health or support, anything, then just email Lewis, myself or any mother friends who've, you know, the podcast. Not really yeah, and just sorry and I just didn't think to add yet. Pretty much, just keep on doing what we're doing. I believe you're you. You'll get nothing there with this as well. Yeah, no, certain you know. I appreciate that, and same with you your music. Keep doing what you're doing and as well, connecting and be on the same wave, lengther people, isn't it, and having those who see grains in you and seeing greeness in yourself. And you know same, same to other people who are out there on the craft doing nothing and trying to find the thing that you know you really can do it. You just got to be consistent, Gott to keep on doing it and believe in yourself that you know one day it will happen, it will work out, because I think you know, the moment you believe, you doubt yourself, you still growing weeds. It's a lot harder to get. This kind of slows you down, asn't and keep believing yourself that you know you can do it and you know we can. We can do anything that we sell our mind to asolutely. And all I've got to say to that is fulfill your positive mental attitude. Yeah, of course, in what you do in life, as well, no more lovely. Thank you very much. You're having the Adam. It's been a pleasures always. Yeah, I see the next shots. Yes, a look forward to speaking of absolutely take an Outa.

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