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The Parrsitivity Podcast

Episode 33 · 1 year ago

The Parrsitivity Podcast #Episode 69 Tyren Lee

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In today's episode I'm joined by Tyren Lee, Tyren is a motivational speaker/ Podcaster! In today's episode we talk about health, nutrition, passion, positivity and much more! Instagram @Tyrenleeofficial YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ7uBWxUBfJnK6GWThB31JQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-parrsitivity-podcast/message

Hither. My name is Adam Po and the podcast host posity to podcast. In this podcast, you will be listening to me connect with people from different walks of life, from the military to people in the music industry, to people in the self help industry and many other areas of life. In this podcast I'll be talking about topics from self help, mental health, motivation, spirituality, mindset, society, current affairs and much, much more. If you enjoy this podcast, please subscribe, share and let me know your feedback. And my main intention on this podcast is to have a positive impact for you, the lit the listener, to take something positive from it, to apply something positive into your life from this. Now with without further ado, let's go to podcast and enjoy. Hi and welcome to pose it's podcast. On today's episode I'm joined by Tyrene Lee. Tying Lee is a motivational speaker and podcasting. In today's episode we talked about nutrition, lifestyle, Diet, passion, happiness, motivation and much, much more. So I hope you enjoy this episode. Now, sit back, relax and enjoy. I don't hagging near me. Once you hear me, yeah, I can you know. Great, great, sorry, I hadn't had them. I turned off as so right, oh, everything sound good, everything sound clear. I think it's going to be a really good yeah, sounds great, sounds perfect. Yeah, but not saying like yeah, thank you for coming on the podcast. Really appreciate it. Really means a lot. Yeah, man, means a lot to me, I think, like I was saying before, or any opportunity I have, you know, to try to help people out and, you know, give inspiration and value and motivation. That it's something that means a lot to me because I know it's people out there that want to hear something from somebody. They could be dealing with something inside and the only way from the break out that is, you know, here's someone else, you know, articulate through that problem in talk about solutions. So I never you never know of your voice or what you're seeing could be that solution for somebody. So it's an honor to be here, man. Yeah, I know you know, same here, like you know, very very grateful to have you on and you're very welcome to be here like as well. And I think you're right, like you know, with podcasts and you know, video content, all your content, like you know, you can put something out there where someone can, you know, take something fromat applied to the life. You know, might even change that life, you know, might lead them take an action, to do something or just change that perspective you know wasn't and that's what it's all about. You know, we can do that right, I think. I think a lot of people need to recognize that. You know, life is not about jazz waking up every morning and, you know, being selfish and, you know, only trying to fulfill your needs. That we need to understand that it's other people out there, you know, that needs help. In some certain ways, I feel like if you're not trying to be a solution to any problem, problem in the world, then you you are a part of every problem that's going on. So, yeah, I think everyone should, you know, at least try to lift lift everyone else, especially through the times were going through right now. We need a lot of, you know, encouragement out here and not just selfish desires, you know, being filed. So yeah, yeah,...

...no, I completely agree. I think you said we've what's happening at the minute, you know, with the virus, plus, you know, the the over situation. Yeah, yeah, it's we live in in a kind of a crazy time period. It's it's exciting, you know, it's a thrill, but because I know I never lived through a period whether, you know, there's been a pestilance pandemic, and also, you know, I never lived through, you know, a period where ratio, you know, diversity was like, you know, where there was a lot of protest and it was it was the system out of racism. I never really lived through those periods. Always heard about a history books, you know, at school, but this is like living it at firsthand. It's kind of it's kind of wild, but it's crazy. Yeah, it's definitely an eye open there isin a the you know, these are these all significant of going to be significant historic events that, oh yeah, in yes, the constant book information that's going to go in his books in the future. Yeah, sit and it's like, you know, the you know, the job loss impact, the financial impact. So unemployment. Yeah, I think I saw in the news it was like this the first time, first record low in like a century or something crazy like that. Yeah, pretty beer. But I'm like you said, you know, like we like the protests and have a fing. I mean, it's it's crazy how it's almost like a pressure cooker like this whole coronavirus situation is like a pressure cooker. You know, people are stressed out, people aren't, you know, themselves, and then that that event happened and it just kind of blew the lid off everything else that was happening. I find yeah, I mean, like said, racism and you know, all of that side of things has been going on for some time and you know, Chang Change needs that change needs to take place to big time. Yeah, I think I think we should start off where, you know, we need to start this source, where where you know, majority of it, where is really peeking out of? I think the police in the s ud the police academy in that environment. I think there should be some legend late. Let's just lintion and let's just yeah, yeah, I think that's needs to be some more rules implemented and system more, what should I say, regulations and stuff that's put down, because, you know, for too many years you've been seeing this happen and thank God for social media. Right, a lot of people trying to cover up social media, but I mean are trying to beat down social media, but we need to be glad that we have social media, because there's a lot of things that have been been hidden, that coming to light that we never you know, we always knew that that would brutality, police brutality. But you know, that could have been if we didn't have social media today, there could be there could have been so many. You know, we wouldn't even see what happens to just just after George Floyd. We wouldn't seen that, you know. Yeah, so good things. Social Media's here to cover up, to bring a lot of things a light that we we've been missing out. Yeah, yeah, man, it's just need to be some type of new rules, and I think they're there. These protests is forcing you know, political politicians and stuff to start looking to the rule book and trying to change some things around with the police, because I've been seeing some things like that in the news. So that's good. When we use our voice and when we speak up and when we chant and you know, we I don't like riot. Now now that's something I'm not for. Riots are you know, that's nothing but evil. That's not pe. So now there's something not for. Maybe we can talk about this. But, like you know, lately, I having not lately, but like when this first started, there are many people getting out out of their ways and going to destruct many innocent businesses, right, you know, you know, burning down target and burning down all each other infrastructures and stuff, and I'm like, I'm like, that's not the right way to show Ali you know, get changed. You know, hey, for hate. Never it's the answer is always love. And Yeah, you know, I think we continue to peacefully protest and show up the world. There were tired of this and they will have nothing but a reason to, I mean, they'll have no choice but to, you know, make the correct changes. But yeah, you can't fight fire or fight can you? You can't help any can't anybody, you know, and ovious side, and I think that I did say on facebook live. I saw like a couple of minutes and they are actually, and I don't know if it's is it the Supreme Court during one of the courts the minute in America?...

Now there in the court, talk to talking about, you know, Joe, I think, George Floyd's family there and looking the looking into it, you know, like you said, the legislation side of the police. I mean, I don't know how you know the judical system works in America is very different to him, but they're looking into it and I think, you know, there's going to be some amendments made. Oh yeah, that there's going to be something. That's going to be something I think so obligate. I've seen, like you know, all kinds of footsage, like on the Internet, of you know, no clips where, you know, African, American, you know, and, like said, racism occurring. We ever the police, and so wrong. It's so wrong and I like it. Does you know you can church someone just because the cold of the skin, like you know, it's not the we're people. That's that's that's not love at all. Man is pure Hay and it's put from the devil, you know, like we said, it's been going on for years and stuff, and that's why we at as I know, black people, were retired of this. We want to be treated like everyone else, right. We we're not animals, we're humans and until they recognize it and, you know, give us respect for our you know, our our skin color, and you know, it's not I don't know, it's just it's just. The the stands for a police officer is to, you know, to protect a community right, protect protect areas of the city. That's that's what police officer is for. This their duty, that's their role. It's not to you know, it's not for them to put that suit there, their their attire on and feel like they are the master of the situation where they are, you know, just over somewhere, but using without yeah, it's just like how very high power would they can just do whatever they want to do. That's not that's not right. So I think it's a it's a lot of should be in an examination of police officers when not going through academy, are going through the training. That should be like a big Exim nation and the chiefs need a you know, as certain questions and do like background history and see a really examine this person before they give them the opportunity to police over to cook the community. So it's this is a lot. I really don't want to talk about it much on this episode because every time I think about this stuff is just, you know, it makes me think hard. But yeah, yeah, pray to this world. You know, peace is it's comes, you know, peace goes around. Things get back to where it was, you know. Well, yeah, they get back to her. It was because maybe we needed this. I saw opposed to said. Everyone said you know, two thousand and twenty needs to be canceled. No, maybe we need this. We needed two thousand and twenty so it can like make us look like understand awareness. Shit. So what like an awareness? Yeah, open our EYAACA. We've been a we are eyes been closed for years and two thousand and twenty was an eye open, a big time for us. Make us where. What's going on that we need to get we need to get back together, we need to we need to, you know, get back on the right lane, i. get back and right path. So we needed this, but I don't know, I feel like I don't know. It is a different time period. It's is a different time period. Coronavirus already. Yeah, of ours already beating a lot of us up. We just need to like, yeah, I don't know, come together, unity, yes, uniteam an. Yeah. No, I think it's like, you know, one big kind of catalysts and I think, you know, it's a big, big, massive shift. I think a lot of people the calling it, basically saying like the you know, from all this and there's yeah, it's like, you know, people are more where. You know, it's almost like a shift in energy and energy people you know, shifting from what they were thinking previously to, you know, the whole new belief. Yeah, yeah, because a lot happened and you know, people are just realize, you know, whatever they've been doing asn't been serving that. Yeah, yeah, they're changing their weights. You know, I don't think people are changing their way backs. Facts makes a must ends. Bro that makes almost sense. But but like what? What kind of got you into doing podcasting? I'll see that you've got your own podcast. We'll got me to podcasting. You know, I just always for for a period of time, I always knew that, you know, God has something for me, that he wanted me to do something to, you know,...

...spread positivity or spread start some certain message or help certain people out. are like help a massive amount of people. I was something and I always knew my voice, you know, what's going to be used for a big way. And I was like, how can I get started? You know, I started off in snapchat in high school with my first social media out and actually, to be honest, if you want me to tell you like the true truth, when I first started looking at my health and look at my physical life, you know, my physical health and stuff at a different perspective. You know, that brought in my mind up to start doing different things. And before high school I was like the average kid, you know, eating junks and knacks and now working out and, you know, watching a lot of TV and stuff and just living life. And in high school I saw one of my buddies, you know, he was an athlete, and do what's ripped and stuff. Do Look not? You do look good, and he really he ate them like he was. He always eat really clean snacks and food and class. And I was like, I was question him. Why heat like that? I while he not eating like, you know, the regular vine machine types snacks and all that. And Hey, like he's trying to keep his health up. And you know he played, he plays sports. Who trying to keep his physique up? And you know it. From that moment forward, it's like my whole mindset changed. I was like, why can't I look my best? Why can't I, you know, look good and still walking out, you know, train my body where it can be, you know, built and stuff. So it's like it's funny when I first when I started putting my health into condition and when I started to re engineer the way I was thinking about food and all that and start eating, ride and working out. My mom set for life also changed as well and I started looking I've stopped thinking about like materialistic things and self pleasing things and start looking toward things that can build myself up or my and group. My ambition grew to as well, like what can I do for this world? So I started to get more mature and stuff like that, as I will work out and eat right. So that's that. Shows what there that health, health, health can really play a big factor with your mind as well. And so I started to figure out. I started time I find my passion, my purpose, and I would praying to God and all that. And I always wanted to be some type of motivational figure. My I first all was want to be a motivation speaker, but quickly looked myself. I examine myself and I was like Nah, that's already too many of them out there. I can be a speaker one day, but that's after I do a lot of things that differentiate myself from the crowd, when I build things and, yeah, when I build my legacy from doing something. You know, I think the difference between someone who has the credibility or the audacity to speak to people. The difference between a great speaker and like average speaker, someone who actually do something, actually did something, have the credibility to, you know, to talk because they show like they actually build something from nothing to something right desolutely. We get to that too, but that's there's a lot of differ. There's a lot of fake motivation speakers out there. That's's talking, you know, Fluffy Air, and they're not. They they don't have nothing. They built. But yeah, and I like know, you need to be more motivation speaker right now. You need a focus on that. There will come in the future. After you do something. You need to figure out what is it that you need to you know, what is your purpose, what you need to learn, what you need a bill, and then that's when I podcast is one of the main ideas. And all like yeah, I need to start something where I, you know, try to inspire my community or inspired my following base, you know, to you know, reexamine their lives and re examine their health situations. I know what helped me by eating right and working out. Maybe I need to build a platform where I can speak about what helped me so I can help others, so they can get, you know, take the blind fold from over their eyes and change their lifestyle. And that's why, and that's when I started. I started podcast my first year of college. Two years after, you know, at two years after, I started eating rite and stuff like that, and then I also have a lot of other ideas I started working with. And Yeah, man, but ever since I started last year in July, July twenty two, and so July twenty two, that's coming up with make a year. Yeah, man, I'm on my dirty thirty five, thirty six episode, so it's think, going good. Yeah, yeah, man, I just it's just a I never I would never regret this decision because it's something I really love. I really love, you know, be parking, I redo. Yeah, no, I think it's really great what you've done and, like you said, with your diet, like you said, you sort of thinking about your health and how you wait, and you know, your friend was like eating and, you know, having his kind of diet a certain way for for what he was doing, and I think, like you said, it's massively important, like you know your health and your diet and you know how you live your life. Like...

...if you're like, how do you Sung I'm twenty, twenty year, so by how you're living now or you know the previous years is going to have an effect. It's later on when you're like twenty, five, thirty, and it's just building on that, isn't it? I mean it's difficult to get started. That's the hardest heart is, man, you know, no, you know what getting into the other I would say. I would say that's a hard part, but I think the hardest part is staying with consistent, staying with the with the journey. I think that's the hard that's that's really the hardest part right there, because the reason why I say that mean let me let me tell you why I say there. Because you know, when you start something new, you got to be able to keep up with it, and when you when we trying to do something great, it's hard to continue when you don't see a progress you want to see immediately. So a lot of people try to get into working out, and I trying to use the word Diet because you know, diet is kind of means that you know you're only doing this for a set amount of time. Then after it, after that said, my time say, you say you trying to get linked for a summer. So you go to the beach. You know, you you put yourself when I diet like a two months, ie whatever. Then after the summer and you get back to eating like how? You know that's not how it's supposed to be. I think it's a lifestyle and nutritional change. Lifestyle right. And Hmm, what about to say? I forgot. Well, but I will say earlier. So you's about. You said. The holiday call is the consistency. Thank you. When you when you when you start eating right and when you start working out, you want to see, you know, for me at least, I want to see progress. I want to see the muscles comming. I want to see my body fa get in a lot. I want to I wanted to live like ornald too quick, right on a swat snack. I wants to look like him too quick. It's just not it's a mindset a lot of people have, but it's just not realistic. Right. Yeah, I think it's a marathon on expressed. So people would think wanted to be a sprint and when it's not, when it doesn't comming. This this goes for all phases of anything you're doing. When you want the reward to quick. You know, if you do get it, it will not be worth it and most of the Times you not. You know, you will not withstand the consistent see of counting to going because not going to come. I yeah, you gotta be able to you know, God the time it takes, in the time it takes you think. You know it had to contact. Sometimes had to take, you know, two plus years. But you know, the great things come from you know. You know, stay in the course, since they sticking to your scrip for a while. Those that's where where, that's where the great things come. So I think the hardest part is stay in the course big time. Yeah, I know, I I think you completely right. And it's like you said, people we live in a world where we've got instant gratification. People want things straight away and there's lots of like advertisements and then if you see them on television, on the Internet, I'd be shortcut. People's all people always looking for a short cut to how they can get, like I was like six pack in three weeks or something like that US, and I've seen like when I when I last went to America, on television, those as TV program and it was like they were selling this exercise device where you do like situps. It's like, if you do this for three weeks, you can get the best six pack. And I was like, and it's you can't cheat the system and even if you are, even if you do try and cheat it, it doesn't. The rewards aren't the same and you don't. It's not. It's not. Yeah, it's you know, like you can change the repetitions and you have to build up to them. You have to build a mass the process and for you know, social media comes, comes a part to play and people see. People always see like, you know, the final result. You know that person looking that way, that person's out to putting the world behind the scenes. People don't necessarily always see that. People, people, people are looking at the beyonce today and they're looking at, you know, they look at the Michael Jackson of his time and stuff, but they don't, they did not see the work that those two characters put, you know, behind in order to get you that place. You know, it's it's just it's just an idea that has to be taking our head that great things come quick. It takes time. It's just like a Marcrowave, microwave of meal and Oven Bake meal, you know, the one that taste the best. You know, come from the oven because it takes a long duration of cooking and stuff. And just like fast food and, you know, homemade food. You know, when you get fast food, you getting a load of calories that are,...

...you know, very dim. Yeah, prosure protests. We are a lot of healthy nutrients and artificial flavoring and additives and just a lot of bad ingredients and it's very empty. It's a lot of empty calories. You know, it doesn't have it's not complex and don't have complex cars or fiber. And you get the result. After you eat fast food, majority of US have to run to the restroom because it is there's no fiber and the messed out of our dog jests a system. So, like you, yeah, if you want the best result in you it's like you keep saying over if you if you want the best resulting, you want the greatest things, you got to be willing to, you know, take the slow, long grind that's going to get you there. Now, that grind, that pathway. It's not going to be easy, right, it's going to be. It's going to be hard. You know, of course, Abra Thomas Edison when he was working with the lightbulb. You know, if he wanted to very quick we would and have lightbulb today. You know, it took him a thousand and one attempts to get the light Bulup to click. Yeah, right on that. Thousand people do who do you think would it was? Will it stay? You know who has tried a thousand times? You know, no one, especially these days, wouldn't have try a thousand times to get some to worry, that would have been gave up black at the four hundred times or at twenty of times. You know, Dude, yeah, it's out of reach. A thousand times you've been right working with something and been failing. So it was a doubt. It was a thousand and one attempt that the lightbulb came in. Man, that's shows right there, that persistence and consistency. It's everything, Bro. It's crazy. Yeah, no, I P could be great. I think, like you said, that that persistency, not exsistency. If you know anything you through in life is is key. If you want to be like a must you cry then? Yeah, yeah, you know, people, people won't. I mean I'm guilty. I'm quite guilty over I used to be guilty where I like to hit the ground running. I want to feel confident straight away, and but that the Styes, and how you know life works. You have to put in our work in that time and you get better at a time. That's the only way, Bro that's that's the that's the only way. And you know, if we if we continue to not teach, you know, the next generation already kids coming up. If we don't be you know, be leaders, until these kids who are won't things quick, you know, won't thing so fast like Amazon prime delivery, like if we if we don't, you know, if we don't coach them up and tell him no, sit back, you probably looking at about five plus years and you want this rock. And if we don't tell them that we they're going to continue to be confused and you know, they're not going to withstand the journey and they're going to keep dropping out. You know, and I don't know, I think it's a lot of kids dropping out of their passionate for something when, if they don't, they didn't know that, they would have kept going on a little bit longer, they would admit, they would have got their reward. So you just gotta you gotta gotta go man. Yeah, I got it. You got to keep going to thinking about something all day, having the idea about something all day, which is another thing. It's not going to get you to that place. You got to actually put into works. You gotta get your hands dirty and you got to actually, you know, start building something. You know it's don't you got to. You gotta do something. You know, people have a lot of ideas and stuff, but they never do nothing. So they don't get to that place and then they complain and they start blaming other people. Then they start looking at the people who winning. They start looking at the people who eat in their share their pie, but those people actually word, all have a piece of the pot. We all have the opportunity to get a piece of the high but you gotta do what you have to do to get that, you know. So, yeah, no, no, it's true though. True though, and I agree, and I made a quote on Instagram to week and it was like, I think I said we we will got the same twenty four hours in the day. It's just like d without money. Yeah, Bill Gates, marks Duggerberg, Jeff Bezos, all these other glass Larry Page, all these other great men, Gary v All these other people. You know. Yeah, this say we have. We all had the same amount. That isn't it's not like they have like five more hour after they have tim or hours, and we do. We all have twenty four. What you do with your time will depends on if you make it or not. You know, I think Tom is pretty I think the most precious thing is time. You know, I think. I think that's way. Yeah, the money, materials. Anything else do you think? Think of? Because you can get money back and you can get certain things back, but what you can't get back, Bro, it's time. After this waste, it is gone, and you know that's something that man if it was one other thing, I want to use pound of people heads that use your time. Wissle, you like, how are you man? Prom twenty seven, Hey, you're very young. You're still your twenty, bro. I think you know, and it's amazing that. I mean you we got something going at a young age. You know, we you want to, you want to build where you're young,...

Steve Job said, you know him, and Steve Watching. That the reason why they were able to get what they you know, apple bill and stuff, because they started when are young. He would steve was like twenty and watching neck was like twenty, twenty seven, like your age, and he said the beauty of that is that there's nothing to lose, but that's all to game. Right like that, when your twenties, I mean some people might be you know, might have some kids and stuff, but that's a few. But most of us were still young. We don't have nothing. We just got couple of things we got to pay for. It's not like we have a whole family and a career job and stuff like. We don't have all that baggage. You know, we have a lot of free time our hands, so we shouldn't use our free time that we have our hands to waste it and party and drinking, you know, play video games and do all this other time wasting stuff. We should build something and if you fail, okay, it's our rather fail. You know, I would rather fail at five thousand ideas then to to never get started on one idea. That all the side of my head right. I'll rather have five thousand. Yeah, it's not. While I say regular reather. How feel? If like dirty ideas, then to continue to punder a one idea my whole life because trying it's always better than regret adding man, never doing. Trying it's always better than ever doing. Always you got it. You gotta try. I complete. Yeah, no, I completely agree, and I think, like you said, with trying and failing. I mean I think that is like key. I mean, like you said, just to take action and try and you know, if you don't try, you have to regret not doing it and not one end. I'm not those two words so poisonous. Yeah, and carrying that around this like not good enough. Imagine, imagine, you know you would have never started the part of partitivity. It's just a name of right, partitivity. Okay, you never I'm guessing the reason why you put the partitivity because your last name par and you should put it in positive. Okay, out, yeah, I was thinking that was it. Imagine if you always just had the idea and like you never acted upon you know, buying equipment or starting the show and stuff. You know you would always and then you will see, you will see all these other podcast blowing up. You always think you're back in hair like what if? What if you can never change that? Would it like that? What if will stay forever? That's yeah, no, it that hurts, I know for her. From me it's still only a couple. What if, in instance, we girls, like couple girls back here and it's choutted, but a couple of couple girls, a couple girls back when, you know, you know, elementary, yeah, school and stuff. I said, what if, I mean, what if I would have just said this to her? What if I wasn't so sid? You know, where will I be today? So after that, no one now are seeing that. Now my confident build has built a big time with approaching, you know, girls and stuff, and I'm just like till cares, bro we live once, like just just go do it, you know, scared. And you know, when I think about what, every time I'm about to do something that's kind of scares me, I think back in my hand. I'm like, like, we're all going to die one day anyway. Still, like who cares, like she go do it, she's gonna do it, you know. So, yeah, I think that's I think. I think, I think a lot of people to understand that one you know, we have one life. And actually, but I don't think you know this, but you know, do you know that odds becoming a human? I always talk about this, because this really, hopefully, this help your your audience, but this really is going to what's all the becoming a human all don't becoming to you, the awesome being born as you being being, the awes of becoming being born as yeah, as your identity as you. Yeah, that's a purse. You don't know. No, no, it's actually four hundred tree two one, four hundred training two one. So, if you thinking about it other terms garvy talks about in these my own own words, actually, scientists found this out. There a lot of you know, research and stuff, and Garrivy was the first to bring this to the same. So probably get vy for but that's almost like the almost a chance, the chance of you being born, it's almost zero to nine. Basically, people don't people to do yeah, people don't. People, people might think, oh, being born, like everyone all. There's a lot of, you know, births and stuff every day, but the odds, like there's so many eggs. There are. There's so many eggs that were missed, that didn't hit. That sperm that comes from your father. You know, there's millions of your mother produced, your in, your your dad, have someone sperm right and in a spermit to travel to mirror. Millions two eggs and there's a lot of eggs there are not being hit. So those all first house there are not becoming like coming to life. And do the fact that yours hit, you know, at a all them millions of eggs, your one, your...

...one egg got a million's dude about how rare they is. Dude. Yeah, no, it's when you put a lot dollar blows your mom a little bit. You like because it's like yeah, it's crazy, you're done. I say, this is kind of funny, but you know, why are you to do? In College I used to make risk bands to have this slogan like four hundred, twenty two, one of you're alive, don't complain and stuff like that, like a motivation dangers, like a little money, and I was selling around school, yeah, or Biden actually, for like a dollar a bracelet, and I was every time I was saying, you know, I had to talk about it because they didn't know what for. And streaming to win and a lot of kids their eyes to blow up and I whoa, are you serious? Wow, it's like that. It's just that expression. Yeah, I see you people face existence the world. To me it's a world, because it's real. Bro Like Your Dad could have moved the wrong way in the bed when he and you would in it, but you know it would have missed you. You probably wouldn't be here today. Yeah, so anybody, Hey, anybody in the parsitivity audience is listening to us right now. You know there's a meaning for you. There's a purpose for you. You know you you have a lot here. So be grateful and look at that opportunity to be alive as don't world. This is the greatest gift that's given to you. Your purpose is hidden within you like it's a treasure within you. Just got to find what that is. Why help me get find my purpose. Was Praying to God my closet. Everyone else perpse ways to find a purpose is different, but you just have to find what. That is what you, like me, I think, do. I think hobbies have so many how so much potentially with many people what you love doing. You know as a hobby you can turn that into a business. You can actually monetize your hobbies. People don't understand that. Like this right here, podcasting is a hobby for me. We can make money. Literally, I don't know. You know, but you can monetize your podcast? Yeah, sponsorship, affiliate marketing, murder, you can do a lot of things. And if you like, I think, if you like sweeping the floors, if you if you like mopping and stuff, you can make a broom or mob or a mob business something like that. And Yeah, where people always thought about this. PEOP can create their own creative broom and stuff, and you can. People might like it, because there's really no company out there to allow you to customs your broom and stuff. So I mean, Hey, I'm not going to do it because I don't, I don't. You know, it's not about passion, but you can find a way. You know, you can find a way to make money from whatever you like doing. In if you like playing video games, you can build your if you can start your own game club or game business, whatever. I can go on and onto. Letty. It's a little as I think. Yeah, not, sorry, I should think. I just think people need to recognize that. And they're not here net from other for from leaders a Gry V. it's really the only person influencer that that's really talking a lot from, because that's where I got got most of the hobby stuff from. This really you know articulated in this, but we need more people saying, like, what is your hobby? I love working out, Bro, like I love work out now and I'm trying to. I'm actually going to join body I'm actually going to get into bodybuilding. Right, you can make money and bodybuilding. I'm not doing it for money, but you know, there's ways for you to get your hobby out there and it's a lot other things. I'm doing this my hobby, and it's just you don't want to settle your you don't want to settle for it. Ninety five lifestyle, where you working on there a man doing something you hate. You know, that's the worst thing. That's that's the worst thing ever, because you know it's just so much triss that can be built from net and you can find yourself in your room crime, mean and punching a wall. If your life don't have to be like that. It simply do not. It's it simply do not, bro Crazy Bro. HMM. Now, I completely agree, and I think like the crazy thing is is, like, like you said, whatever you're passionate is, you know you can make money out of it and like, I think when you're passionate about something you're you know, the money isn't the main reason why you're doing it. You're doing it because that thing makes you happy and that has a positive impact in some aspect on you or the people. And you know the money comes, comes with it, and I think you know like and you read the benefits and you feel better as a human being doing something that flows with you, as opposed to do and where you it feels like you're rubbing two stones together. I mean, I think we've all done those jobs. I worked in restaurants and hotels, stressful situations, you know, in hospitality, with customers, with chefs, and then when you finished work a like eleven a clock at night or you know later, you feel burnt out and then on your days off you don't want to do anything because you're recovering from all the energy going something you don't...

...enjoy, and I mean it's sad. And if you can find, like you said, that thing that you enjoy, you know and that makes you happy, that that's great. I mean I saw Gary v took to this guy and he was like what do you do, and he's love but delivering God. So BC. I think that's like you happy and it's all. I love it. He's all, he's all you want, right, you know, a lot. That's you know, you know, I probably got something to say against that a little bit because I agree with it a hundred percent. But like if, because some people might be happy in no committed murders. Right, so you might be happy and still the things from the store. Yes, I mean, yeah, but if you want to think about it, could be like that. Or do what make you happy? Okay, I like being meaning people like doing this. That's that's this negative right. So sometimes you gotta put you gotta year. If your context is it got to be serving a mission, I think. I think if it's, if it completes that, if you complete that, think in your life, that's just make you feel like a hundred percent and it's completed a purpose and helping other people. You know, that's a quote. That was a quote to said the the reason why you're alive is to find your your your gift. Yeah, the reason why your life is fine your guilt and the purpose of it is to give it away to others. And that that quote sticks for me because I think if what you're doing it's not a gift that's helped, is giving a way to others so they can benefit off you. What was your passion or what's your you know? Yeah, and if it even if you are a piece of guy and you love it, I mean you, that's have to be that's have to be something more, you know, because the only thing you're doing is making people feel better when they're when they're hungry, a boy eating a piece of but that's not changing on one's life. You know, it's I don't know, it's it's deeper levels to it. Yeah, yeah, it's. There's deeper levels. I mean, I think he just said you've want because he's hot, thing what he's doing, and I think he was saying happy nothiness is key. Yeah, you know, yeah, it is the key, but it's definitely true. But you know, it shouldn't be a point. You shouldn't you shouldn't find because people might be happy to play video games, but and they just stay there the whole life to play video games, you know, and Gary v Power Be the same way. All you're happy doing. Okay, to keep no, no, I mean that's you got to you gotta find a way where you can be helping other you're happy while you're doing and it's helping other people, you know, grow with what you're doing. You know, like with me, I'm trying to learn nutrition and health. I'm trying to learn, you know, foods and I'm learning about additives and toxic ingredients right now that we're eating consuming through fast food. They a lot of people are ignorant towards and I want to be that person that the blindfold off many people eyes and tell okay, you're eating hot food too, hot food, those corn sir, you know, it's modified corn starts. It's hurting you. It links to cancer. You eating todium nitrate assualt that is used to preserve many meets. It links to cancer. I'm doing this, I'm learning. I'm learning a lot of different ingredients and stuff and I'm learning foods in herbs that can help people, so that I enjoy doing it right. But guess what also doing? Gets to what's also doing it. It's helping others as well, because when I give the information now, right through podcast and through God willing, you know, I have the opportunity to speak at conference distance, stuff and right books is actually helping the world become a better place and I love doing it. So that's a real purpose right there, you know. So, yeah, that's that's that's that's that's my take on it, Bro, for sure. Yeah, not my civil isn't it? Like I said, like it's not just being happy, but if you can leverage that, I've a positive impact on other people, you know, make changes in some way and, like you said, like with food. I think, like said, food and being you know where we've what food, you take it. And the thing is, you know, when you're making your life better, you want to make up with people's lives better and by make other people's lives better, your life becomes better. Backs, facts, facts, Bro. That that's that's one hundred percent, Bro, that's one hundred percent. And, like you said, with food, I mean it's crazy. Like I remember I bought a bug of crisps and you calling the potatoe potato chips in America. Week got crisps and looking in the back and the ingredients was like it was like sodiums. There's like a very scientific world. I was like that's something crisp. So like, yeah, I googled it and it's what...

I said, with a monol, sodium glue, tomate, don't know, something like because that, yeah, that's a called brain I'm deficient deficiency and brain function and all that. Yeah, because I googled it and I said side of fact might be had a probably stick medmnal. So you looked at I was like, I just didn't think I finished. So many people are not looking at the food labels, are they're not looking at their nutrition facts, and all this information is literally in the new shouldn't like you, like you found out. It's literally in the ingredient box. They're overlooking it. Even if they look at it, they don't know what it is because no one talked them. Okay, this is these are poison, these are toxins. Right. It's like people are in taking poison that then don't even know that in taking poison. It's like it's like peels that there. It's like you get some sometight you you're getting some type of poison, peels or something, and you're in taking it and you think it's happening you, but it's really killing you inside. They're unaware. All these ingredients in these fast in these chills and he and those Chris and honey buns, in these fast food and these drinks. You know all all those ingredients are artificial attitids and and artificial colorings and stuff. There are body was just not made to contain. You know, it has no ingredient, it has no nutrition, has no Michael, it has no micro minerals, it has no macrominos, it has no macronews, it has none of that stuff. Has No fiber, no vitamins. Man, pole are killing their own sales and we're wondering why. At least here in America, over six Hundredzero people a year, average, like a year, died from heart attacks. Six hundred zero people. And Yeah, yeah, it's it's a crazy it's crazy situation. I mean I think the UK here where just kind of on Paul. We're getting, you know, just on Paul with America and of like you know, even how problems and diabetes. I think with the Coronavir situation, I think like a lot of people going to bolt who die. That's it. That's why there's a lot of people die from it, especially sample the same here as well. But I actually had a guy on my podcast and I'll send you the he he's in the medical industry and we talked about food. He told me that the people out there who work for these companies who search. It's that job to research how this food makes us feel and the reactions, chemical reactions that this food has. An a growin the Crunchius of it. What are the the texture, everything, the people researching it and bro Yeah, you just said it's something to ask study as well. Companies like, you know, nest, so that you know. I think nest was when to create oreos. I don't know. Catalogs. Yeah, you know they are. Ladies go on in. All these companies are paying scientists billions of dollars to go and to lay up somewhere. I can just imagine. It's probably like three scientists leaving each other. Say No, this going to get them right, is going to hurt them. Blah, blah, blah. Evil Sciences. Think about that the most people. So you know they're going to lay out miss mix and poshes stuff and trying to create the best and taste. You know that? Can you know engineer I mindset, are brain. I read different chemicals and you know it can make us so addicted with there are dope me, he is our dope. Mean and make us, you know, become so relaxed when we eat it that it's a property within us that, yes, to keep getting that same feeling over and over and over. Same thing with drugs. People take drugs. People are didicted to drugs because, yeah, me, it's released when I take drugs, and it's it makes you so comfortable and it makes you just want to keep doing it over over. This is like sex and all that. So is it? That's the same thing. Release Me, fast food, and it's the chemicals that they're putting inside that's making it. They hitting that ripe spot in the brain and it's just we'ch out, Bro we're rich out, rich out, and it's until some want to stand up and take that blind flow over people eyes and tell them what's going on. What are you eating? You know why? You need to stop eating fast food most of the Times a week, while you need a engineer, eat more organic, natural foods. We're going to keep, we're going to keep, we're going to going to keep going to this, you know, living lives, you know, very short time...

...before our time and not even die. You know, I talk about longevity, but you want to live in longevity, you know, free of illness, you want to live in peace, you want to live at comfort, you want to live, you know, where you can run around a hundred do I see a video a hundred ten year old people right, not Hudepri it's at you, a hundred year old running on a track. Man. Hundred Year olds fault. Yeah, yeah, I saw a video, like I used to cross fit before this happened. You know, you got cross fit America. I'm yeah, they's founded America like cross fair and awesome videos where there a lot of people are like ninety five. They're in the high intensity like activities and sports and so yeah, I mean, like you said, that you go to have your Health Franks. I mean there's lot of people who you know, that age. You kind of do those things dutiful centers of that is high here in America. The Irish the Irish age, Irish life, expecting expectancy for male and female. Here in America it's around like early S. it's not good, Bro. That's the yeah, that's young. To me at least. That's young. People might think, are you out of your mind? Do S old? No, if I see literally a video of a hundred and fifteen year old or a hundred thirteen year old talking clearly like a like like a six year old, into a camera and I'm like, this dude is old, but he was talking like he had his heals in the right mind everything, like what, yeah, health is will see his crew in coronavirus is exposing a lot of people who have their who've been eating bad, who have me take care of the health. I think, I think that's what happened. I think virus because it's more like you say, it's more susceptible to those who as are, who already have health deficiencies. Like I seen the high percentiss people who have how blood pressure that gets coronavirus and die. Second one with diabetes and like obesily and all that. So and my breathing dishes. Well, Aspay, I have asked me, but I look what there was like one of the lowest ones that you know contracted and die from it. That's crazy. If you think about it. You think coronavirus, the symptols is that it hits your chairs, hit your longs and those who have asthma already has long problems. So you think Askma will be number when, but it's actually no. Well, for here she part my mail released the statistics and Asthmas like number, number, like what, like the last one. So it's it's crazy, isn't it? And I just think about what you said about like fast food and food, like I thought about where you live. But Macdonald's and all these fast, fast food chains all kind of close down and they will shut down and McDonald's reopened, I think, all of the stores they would last week for takeaway only and like drive through only, and there was a video footage of the the footage of the vehicles queuing up to go to McDonald's through you, because they reopen. Video footage of vehicles, people queuing up to go to go to McDonald's for the drive to collect the food and the queue when times for a mile was like forty of fifty calls, all stressed by to get McDonald's and make you say about you know, it is being addictive and the how it makes people feel. It just show it just kind of highlights it, doesn't it? You know, people are willing to que and that call for an hour. For some it's not more and value frying and value Burger and drink. Yeah, Bro, it's like most of the food do. The amount of money that we spend on fast food, we they could go towards healthier foods at like a whole food market or Walmart and a healthier, the healthy grocery our. You know, we could. We you know, People Complain, oh I can't eat healthy because organic it's very expensive. But is that true? I don't think yeah, because I think many people go shopping and they don't have actual food list or grocery lists within them. where I with them, they just go picking up stuff and they think, okay, I need this. That's what makes your ticket high, that's what make your your your bill, you know high. You when you check out. But if you buy no small amount of food that you know actually need, you actually need for your goals, then you're not going to it's not going to be that expensive. In I think organic is very important, but you know, you don't have to all your orgaining if your budget doesn't, you know, Mash Organic. Go to you know, natural race form food...

...like it might have a little pesticize in it, but you know it's not that bad. It's not that bad. People just make an excuses. How can you complain about natural growth like form, raised live stock to have some pesticides, infern lot ds, but you're eating no fast food that has all kinds of chemicals and you know, talking about they're complaining. Okay, there's no getting but you're yeah, crap, this way worse. You know. They said, yeah, just healthy, this is don't want to live of that. They just don't want to put their big boy pants up and are big girl pants up and just eat right and you can go yeah, so you could have. I thinks are saying like people who on educate. Often people are educating themselves more on what they eat, but I think a lot of people they just see what they got attracted by the branding because it stands out to them it might be cheap, making your taste good and they're not necessary. Yeah, convenient, and they're not necessarily thinking about where it comes fall. What's much about how these fast foods are not real food. Bro Majority of majority of these meats and stuff, for me, burgers and chicken nuggets. You know Boutang, a gas chemical. They use that to inside chicken nugs, bro to make it for a different taste. People are getting their kids in. One thing I really care about, one thing that's I'm really wearing about are the kids that come up in the next generation, because it's those that those are our tomorrow, kids, they are are tomorrow, to lead them in a right way by, you know, training them at a young age, when their babies, when they're like two months ago, to eat healthy baby foods, not feeding them French fries and a piece of a piece of crust or something, you know, some out that's already setting their brains of enjoy those type of meals. We need a set there. We need an engineer at a young age to like healthier foods so when they grow up they'll already be, you know, stuck to those type of foods. They're putting do it. They're putting all kinds of stuff inside these foods, just like you said, scientists just to make and have you ever seen like on a back of like fruit snacks or something in it says like natural flavors and other natural flavors and stuff like that. Yeah, that's yeah, you know those natural flay when it says that that's that's that's not good, because usually that means when I say no other natural flavors, that can be anything NASTURAL, like a bug or anything that could be. I heard that they could be anything natural, you know some out. So it's a lot. Yeah, they we are. We are killing us in a government and all these people who regulate these companies. They know what they're doing to us. They know that. Do you think that? You think the men and a high and and on a high floor of McDonald's, the person who's over all the MacDonald's to making a money, think he's eating? My dons know that. Men are the woman. Yeah, you know, eating was healthy. There's just using. They know the fast food industry. It's one of the highest which is there one of the highest paid industries in America, because everybody putting their money towards fast food. So they're just using their fast food restaurant corporation to bring their money, but they're eating. Was Right. It's a Weppen't Oh yeah, musterluly. Yeah, I'm absolutely I agree. Yeah, man, like I've been to the states a couple of times. I went to Florida a couple of years ago, Davenport Florida, and then I went recently to New York last year my friend and like, like I said, portion sizes. I mean here a fairly big when you go to places, but like in supermarkets, I've noticed like in America, things are like much bigger, like your I don't. We in all I don't know if this is anywhere else. We've got like guidelines, like government guidelines, on the size of things, and it's displayed on the calories. But when there's a you know, these naked the drinks called called naked I, yes, cool, all these juice of the we have them here and then they quite like and then I went to the state and it was like two or three times bigger than Quan's hill and it said something crazy like tune et fringe of colories and drink and always love, like yeah, that muddy drink. Yeah, it's out of a drink. Yeah, and the cereal boxes, Jesus, like somebody by the cereal boxes are sort about could like broke, you could, you could jump inside of you can jump in the tide of lose...

...your stuff. Aside facts. It's a lot of people do listen to this right now and it's going, yeah, I know for sure that health. You know, they're going to change the way they eat and stuff. I know the eyes can be open to this because men, yeah, portion size, but, like you said, you know sometimes I think what you're eating is really you know, it's really important, but how much you're eating of it. It's what it's really the the is what really defeating you big time. We're eating too much, we're overeating. We get a serving, then we want another serving, one another serving. Slow down. You don't need your body doesn't need that much, you know. And people get an ice cream called no. We get like a large, like a your get a large shake and stuff, and it's just then they did. Their stomachs are hurting. This will happens. They get a large Shakey, they sip it up their stomachs to start punching them inside. They run to restaurant and then it's just that there they use it's not there. What you say. Well, when they when they use it, it's not the correct way, you know, is they know it's bad. You know, it doesn't come out correctly, and it's this. They just feel like Crown Yeah Day and they get lazy. Then they jump on the couch and they watch TV or get on social media and stock people and their whole day. They do that the hult and they do it every day and every day and every day in every is, and it's bad, bro it's just so. I mean some time by Baber. It's almost like it's almost like people await for this to the sleep. So you can say that there, you can say that twenty more time. Yeah, the yeah, the thing that got me though, like when I went to America like the first time. You know, cheetos. She tells yes, she doesn't. Yes, cheetos lot the Chris. You're always like, oh my God, these are amazing. I think, are you of me? You think I too find yourself with the whole bag already gone? Yeah, I know you're talking about man. I was like those so big, so cheese and I was AH my God, I took like four bikes are with me back to England. But but yeah, I mean Jeff, what's your were gonna to all like he talks a nutrition as an attrition law through his podcast. Is The podcast day. I'm trying to mimic months out there here. Just how he's podcasts what inspire me to keep going, because he's at the top of the pockets game, like like he's at the top top. It doesn't get it really doesn't get hired. Joe Roguejoe Rogan, you's hear that? spotify just really he's just recently been. Yes, you know, spotify is really on spotify. Now spotify has some Tipe of deal with you on where they give. He's making like a hundred, I forgot, million something. Yeah, Bro, this could create for a podcast and just just like look like this. Imagine you can to pay a million for this episode right right here. Yeah, you realize, I mean, Hey, if we can make that out really, you know, that will be the world to me. I love doing this anyway. I make the type of money for episode. But yeah, it's crazy. Yeah, it's crazy. This is great, and this one I'm talking about when I say you can make money from your hobby. You can make money from podcasting. It's crazy, Bro, but anyway, yeah, Joe Rogan, I look up. I'll watch Joe Rogan. I was just watching some fields yesterday. I love the way he interviews, I love the way he he gets down into it. Health, this wealth. We need to recognize that we need to eat to live, not live to eat. If a difference between those two right, yeah, people will, you know, for the first one, they'll you know, that's me. You're eating the right food. Foods there will optimize your by or upgrade your body and make you look your best version instead of it's eating a lot of junk every eating everything you see inside and it's just, you know, beating yourself up into down green you you know, disease, look, disease, Oh, age and death come by accumulation of toxics and poisons. They we eat throughout our whole life. That's that's it right there, feels and it will kind of builds up, doesn't it? Like someone like I've kind of flock my my brothers and my mom and my family are like vegetarian slash Vegan. So I mean I've been living with them for this lockdown and I've kind of eating meat like most of my life, but it's definitely, I mean, I won't go into too much, but you know, I've definitely been thinking more about what I'm eating,...

...where it comes from, and I think I saw I saw an advertisement and it was a burger king or McDonald's and this Burger King and I had a burger and you saw the burger slowly decompose like over time. There were, for there's like videos on links where you can watch like these burgers do as foods, and it's like three weeks later that I was just thinking, I was went into a little, you know phase. I meant. You know, I didn't tell you this, but you probably know it, but you there's there's been multiple stories. I'm sorry, I got I'm sorry. If you hear, do you hear like a Ding or something? Okay, okay, I'm going. It's funny, but it's just thinking. Okay, never mind, but there's there's been many people who had a MacDonald's Burger and they kept it wrapped up for years. Probably never ate it, they never open it, they never know consumed it and like at a after a set point of years, for about twelve years, they finally open and see how it look. Bro Tell me why. The Burger look exactly the same. Nothing change, broke, nothing change. It gets tough, but it's is. There's no mode on a bread, there's no like Greens, it's nothing that looks nasty. It's just like a burger that's tough, like to you know, to buy it. Oh, it's so NASTI's I think about it. So it's that, you said. Then what type of meat is that? You know what met, don't you know? Decomposed after a certain amount of days, been set out this. That's why, baby, it's like they blusted it with radiation or something. It's like I was, it's just it's just picture that shows that. They said how how your burgers are being made, and has like a lot of pink slimy stuff. They had the scientists or this said they had this part to work in a factory and like a lot of slimy. So well, come out this big machine and outside that's just look nasty and I don't know, Bro I don't know what it is, but we're just we we go buy burger because it's cheap, we eat it and it goes in our body. We don't know what that's doing to our organs. We don't know what's it's doing. We don't know. We're don't like what's inside that meet and what it's causing us to you know, what's happening. We we just don't know because we're so we so focused in a short term of eating something tasty quick. We're so time. You know, we're always like this, or we gonna be some all. We gotta do this. Oh, we so we want some so convenient with so convenient that we can't sit back and just like okay, it's calm down, relax, what you need, go go buy, to go to to our bottom. Chicken bread, some link chicken breast, go bossom brown rice, go bossom vigis and cook a decent meal and eat, enjoy, and actually enjoy and be filled up for hours instead of eating a burger and French fries just going to feel you up for about thirty minutes and then you get hunger again because empty calories. Yeah, no fiber, and it fiber makes you feel up, makes you feel that filled up. We no fiber. May going to make you hungry again quick and then you're going to run some bag of chips. That's empty carriages again. You can get home hungry again about twenty minutes. You go get some cake or something like. That's how it happens. That's how we get fat and that's how we die. Yeah, as well with the like. I was holding to somebody who went to MC Donald's give a day and I thinks that it cost like fourteen pounds, like fourteen dollars, and he was asked quite a lot and I was like damn, and I was like, well, if he went to supermarket like you said that you could. You could probably buy vegetables and buy, you know, bunch of food kind of like you know, a healthy food and you can use that for out the week, stagger it throughout the week. Into one guy once and he said he spends like x amounts of money and he gets like spinach and he'll look it up and it will prep it for the week ahead. That's what he is built. He's not happen to go out and hey, it's about, you know, buying, and it mostly foods, mostly foods, these healthy foods. Like I said, if you think about it, it's not that expensive. Like if you, like I said earlier this episode, if your budget doesn't match organic budget, then you can go to actual, you know, the natural form rays of other food that has a little past pesticides and stuff in it, and those especially or, you know, pretty cheap. But people want to ignore that. A bag of Carre is a bag of UNORGANIC carrying cause probably about one here and one dollar, one dollar part fifteen seps like that here at the market and you can buy like twenty of those those you will you rather buy that or like,...

...you know, where it has multiple carrits in it, or one little honey bum for a dollar, you know, and people just ignoring that. Yeah, he's just ignoring it. In Bro it's just it's just a mindset thing. When it comes down to the end of the day, it just do you want to be a winner? Because people might say, Oh, it's health really well, it's like it doesn't even matter that much what you eat. Yes, it does. We see the damage you can do your it. It affects your mind, it affects your physical health in it and it affects you know, your spirituality and expects. It affects everything about you. Do you want to see your grand daughter, like, Walk Down Her her wedding shoe? Why would I say? Yeah, Walk down a rock? Walk down. Yeah. Do you want to get UN to see that? Or do you when your father or mother? You want to your daughter? Yes, you do want to see that. You don't want to be in your hospital build with two hooked up to you. Bro. And then people do understand when you get, when you get become diabetic, you're in danger of getting your lambs, most of your limbs and on your body decapitate it. Yeah, it's it's just like you said, it is crazy and I think, like sometimes people have this shouldn't be the case, or sometimes things off to happen for people to wake up and realize and even sometimes. I worked in one I want. I worked in the golf club and they met. There was one guy who used to drink wine all the time, all the time, and his face was like beetroot color and he ended up having a heart attack and he would still drink. It is still drink. It's right, a doll that to its own throw by. It's like you going back to your own throw up. Right, is that you're going back to your own ways and you just doing the same thing over and over. You know what it does to your by. You know why this happened to you. You know you almost died. Why will you go back to it? You will think, you will think a great tragedy that happens to your life from some reason. You've been doing something you've been doing. Do you think that? Well, you would think that will change your mindset. You think that would change your perspective. But yeah, it's sad how it doesn't too many people. I think that one thing that might come into it is like somebody's fully mental health, like if they somebody like self esteem or they don't feel like that good enough, they might eat something to make them feel better and then then then going and do that again then or, you know, bit like drinking to block block things out. It's like an outlet almost with people, probably, you tell me, like to somebody extent. But yeah, yeah, yeah, I think you're I think you're absolutely right. I think fast food and bad you know, and junk food, all that is. It's like kind of an escape for people like who. And when you go back to not following your passion and working jobs that just beating your mind up and usually want to escape. You want to you want you want to eat something or see, you want something nes make you feel like you're in a different world. Like that's where many people either run a drugs or they run to bad food, right. Oh, you come from a you come from a long day, or Oh my God, you know. And then you see, you know, I'm she's going to Wendy's or I'm going to McDonald's and give me a burger, you know, or you used to let me go, you know, let me go smoke or sea. So it's a big coping mechanism. Man. I've been eating for me personally, I have ever since I started eating right, for about, you know, three years, going to three years. You know, I I normally eat no dried oats, you know, not oats that come into package. They already have to sugar within it. I you know, I put honey over in stuff and sending man and stuff for breakfast. It's sometimes eat eggs, not that meant that, not that much. But and I eat, you know, some lean chicken with some brown rice and stuff for lunch and all that. And I have nuts for snacks. You know, when I've been eating in fruits, why? When I've been eating these natural foods, I feel better inside and I feel more product do for I feel more awakened, I guess. But when I eat the food like candy, there's not even food, you know what that is? Candy. We don't know what it is, though. Candy and honey, bothers and chills in canes any and these other fast food restaurants, I. E. Fool like that. I always some reason do I run to ristroom quick and I said, it's just mess up my digestice system big time. Why does that always happen? Because there's no fiber in, there's no nutrition. It's not it doesn't have it...

...doesn't have vitamins and minerals within it, and it's just not. It's not healthy. and His me every time. I like I'm sitting, I'm want to tell you. I'm thinking. I'm like, Bro, this is bad. It's got to get better. It's got to get better. This is this, it's food. Shouldn't do that to your body, you know. Yeah, I think it's a balance, isn't it? Like I think, say, if you want to eat, like you said, something like crisps or chocolate, you know, like balance out, like don't go crazy. I've every single day like hey, the week, maybe this for yourself. To moderation. I do live by moderation. Now I'm not saying, and now in the audience, your audience probably so. He said, do ever ead this? He they're probably would think that. But I'm not saying don't ever eat that, because you don't want your life to just be you know, too much of anything is bad for you. Too Much of drinking water with that. You you want to have down it. But people do people understand what moderation is. What scares me because moderation. I made a youtube. I made a video on this. I might I might put out there on SSK him today to actually moderation is not every other day or once a week. I think moderation is more of like every other week or or I would say go deep to once a month. Every other week or once a month. You know, some people have moderation there. Okay, no, now everybody's like me, like you. You're not me, I'm not you. So for you moderation might be once a week. You know, you eat healthier whole week and then the week you want to enjoy something. Hey, that's okay. But for me, we all did have different goals, but I think it's really healthier to like kind of spread out, spread out big time, like every other week or once a month. That's that's that's really that's that's takes a lot of dis one. But for someone who's you know, I know it will make sense to someone who's just now getting on a new roll or new path, Journey, path, a journey power, a new path of eating right. I know that's will be a little bit too different with them and say Oh, once a month you can eat, you can have a burger and a shake. I know that's going to be, you know, very difficult for them. So yeah, you might want to want to say a little stuff. You want to start off my sound hey, once the way you can keep bad. Then we want to eventually make it where every other week you can eat bad. Then when you get better and better and better than now, the gold is once a month you can bat or something like that. But, you know, I don't know. I think labbing, it takes a cup. I say it takes a couple of weeks to form a new habit takes a thinker at least three weeks to, you know, form a new hut there. And you know, I could placed instead of having a chocolate, have an apple, right, you know is it's switched it to something else, isn't that having trying to have an apple right nessarily, look to many people that's super tough, Bro that's super tough. Oh, yeah, crazy, yeah, it is. It's all rights. Well, sometimes, you know, it is for me, like sometimes sometimes, you know, balnce out, have an apple, have a chocolate, but you know, it's not balance of having, you know, one of each food group or something. So I think whenever the place where temptation is at the heaviest, we should think, okay, okay, what am I doing, like, like what what goal I'm trying to reach? In the end that was re engineering mindsets like go, pick up a happen when you want some to sugar, you want some sweet, put down a high see, punch, drink and go get, I would even say probably drink, you know, some natural orange juice or something like. They are something a little bit healthier or some not too sweet, but some tea or something like that. You know, put then put down that juice. You know. So you want to kind of you want to kind of get that taste you trying to get, but in a healthier ad health your way, healthier way, and something a lot of people, you know, need to recognize because, you know, by we don't need to be a slave to our stomach, we don't need to be a slave to our what we to our food, so we put in our body. We need to actually beat a master over what we eat and we need to control our brain, to stop trying to find a most tasty or relax relaxing food or think to take and take me, to challenge ourselves. We not even many of us, not even challenging ourselves to do something new or to live a better lifestyle because we're so lazy and we want we want the easy way out, but the easy way out will never, you know, make you a king or a queen. You know, the easy way out always will keep you at the bottom. And people, people complain, people point out, yeah, someone with a sicks pack and they're like, oh, what can I have? I wish I had a six pack. Will what are you like? Look at your history. What are you doing every day while you're eating every day? and Are you going outside? Are you doing, you know,...

...are you doing any exercise? It's like, what are you doing? Don't complain when you're not putting the work. So, yeah, where we're, you know, we're in the driver's seat of a life Pham where, and it's so just down to us what we saw it to do. And I think, like there's the like a lot a certain pause the world, like coaches, like Japan, you know, they eat like Sushi, you know, and that diet consists of rice, fish, yeah, certain beans, like and like love these a you know, Asian people. They lived to like, you know, very, very old age and you look at it, you look at that dyed natural hole and flies like whole food said, that's where they're that's yeah, their culture is even more. Foods that appropriate. They are appropriate to their temple. To their body. That will, you know, you know, make their body grow in their mind growing stuff they're not even food. That would deprecate their body. And just watch Japan and like you look at some other countries are like the way more healthy. Dude, you're not from United States, but our country is suffering. We have our country is fat. Bro Our country is super healthy. Like if you look on a list of the healthiest countries, we're like close to the bottom in especially in the sad for me to say from from the US, but I don't know how he is over there in England. Well, I rather weppen just it's kind of like we're kind we're not on the same probably we're not far off, Ya tell in terms of lot. Yeah, I F I think we probably are, but still, I mean there's a lot of I be seeing this country that a lot of you know. People he problems and there's really all theres a lot of fast food restaurants around there and Burg kings and stuff like that, when, well, where I live right now I've got to dry about half an hour. I'm going to drive thirty minutes to get to my nearest MC DONALD's. But when I lived in the city there was about it. In town center there's about free or for McDonald's the weight and then you are sobaway and then still fast food and it's still still a lot of stuff in their meeting. All that I found out. So it's no ways not healthy either. All I it's away healthy arm you know, winnings, McDonald's and stuff, but you know, it's still I really don't think so ways really the cleanest or healthy. That's my perspectively. It's not the same like everyone else. So I'll every weapon I do. I said I do like subway, but like the smell of it. It likes stinks, it smells out. Your car is stick to your clothes. Yeah, yeah, I know that. Yeah, makes up so waiting a well, but every time I go in there, actually, you know, I kind of, I kind of like the smell inside, but when you leave it, yeah, you do, I but I don't like the smell of bird like I don't like the smell of my I don't know how I smell after I eat a burger, though. For some reason now that's where I see my fingers and everything to smell like onions and stuff, because you know, you know, they put, they load out with onions inside and all that. It's it's just it's crazy, bro. It's crazy, like you could somebody elements and things to it. It's crazy. Is would you say you have any favorite focus that you like to read? The good question. Actually, a book that, other than the Bible, the book that I really like to read is a call from Dale Cornegie. I don't know of you. Oh No, let me let me back back, because it's two of them kind of skin call it. Okay, yeah, yeah, book it's called start read why boy, Simon Signac. I don't know if you heard of it. Yeah, very's really good, intelligent guy. That book is very powerful. B I think you should check it out. By far it is one of my favorite books because, you know, he talks about what is your why and, like we were talking about earlier about passion and finding your hobby and funding your purpose, like that's your why. Why are you alive? You know, find what is the reason why you're alive then build from there. You know, people, all people, always...

...focusing on what and how to do things, but they never look at why. I. Why are the why are they're doing things and like, you know, being curious and stuff and figuring out their purpose. So when you find your why and you explode that to the nation, to world, the world, that's how people grow. So, you know, it's a really good book. You should. You should pick it up. Yeah, a book that I'm currently reading and it give myself back into finish, and I always never finished books some reason. But it's powerful roads called how to win, how to win friends and influence people by del Cornegie. It's all the legend book. I think I've seen nothing of my husband's a classic. A lot of old people know about it and it's a really classic book. It's all every chapter is like a new advised what to do and stuff and how I'd like to let to listen to people more than talking. How you know, to smell and public when you see people you know, don't have a angry, you know complex you on your face or like a dead complex in your face, broughting yourself up by smelling, how to connect with others. And it's a lot of different advice and tactics and stuff inside of it. So it's really good read. I think you pick that one up to but yeah, that those are I read it to the too. But do this other book I read in High School. That really helped me to I think he called the winners mindset or a winner's mentality or something like that. I've got who was the author, but it built me ups. are talking about the different you know types, the different layers of our brain that we have, like the fire flight method or the fire flight thinking in our brain. Know how we always, how we reacted, you know certain things how we react. You know in it I forgot majority of will talk about, but that was some things I learned. But it was a powerful book at the way all. But yeah, Bro What about you? May I I think one of my favorite books that like is thinking grow rich. I cod in have it, but I never read it before. That's quite yeah, it's a really good book. And I've got Gary V's books. I'm finally reading crush it. It's by Gary V and let's he's talking about. It's this, I think, because his first book he did and he's talking about basically where he started off, and it's slightly it's a very you know, the very early days of the Internet, if when he wrote it. So like facebook, Youtube, twitter, and he just talks about that. You know where he came from and you know the struggles his family went for. I think like his great own call or is uncle went to America from the Soviet Union, you know, made it and it inspired his Dad, Gary Be's Dad, to you know, go to take his family to America about life. And then when they actually got to America's Dad's job fell for so then, you know, they but yeah, it's a really good book and he talks about like, you know, marketing and yeah, I really I never I would want to pick up a Gary v but when his books, while learning a lot from him speaking about he talks about his his background a lot. You know, he was working at it, working his dad from fourteen, always with the wine shop and stuff, and I really know much about his younger life and all that, where he wasn't young childhood and all that. Garvy's a legend. He's a legend and he's one of my favorite of this today entrepreneurs probably is my favorite shrenewver today because he he relates to the culture and he yeah, he you know, all the values. He little you know he stand on it. Just watched in all you know, love and compattion and kindness wins over everything and he's not that type to just try to make money. You know how there's a lot of influencers out there to shout a like, okay, join by my ebook for five, a thousand dollars and you can join this quick talk with five other people in we're going alive and yeah, now and buy your ticket. He's not about that, I would say. Not a sale here. Not trying to sell nothing right. He's just trying to get people to understand ways to make money, way to grow their account organically. You know, it's just doing doing stuff this. He he gives informational stuff like they can really help us. You know, he's really comboy and stuff. So I love Gary va a frequently. Yeah, he he. I miss we have really big time Bai. Yeah, now I think the same as well. I think he's definitely there the top. is just on like a different level, you know, in terms of social media, and he says our is. I mean a lot of people don't agree with how we talks, but I think he, you know, because through the BS and I think he's he's good, and Simmonson xt...

...very good as well. Different subjects. I have heard them all time. Beloh, you know who Tom Leo is? Yeah, he's got too. Yeah, he's good. He's definitely good. Guys called URSD Tyler row social dynamics giverhood of the guy called Tyler Tyler Owen, and a guy called Julian and they basically they saw their videos talking about like coaching and relationship coaches and dating and pick up. So they they're quite motivational guys. Jordan Peterson, it was Jodan Pizza. He's on a different level. Yeah, he's another good listen to. I need to get his book. He got this one book out called a tilt. How did the twelve the tail to? Yeah, Dude Ruse, for love articulate his vocabulary and how he pound, like he punches his words, punches people, you know, and I he puts it out there like he has a confidence about his about his stature to when he's in meetings and I don't know, by watching him. I love to watch him talk because he's a real guy. And John Peterson is big man. Jordan Peterson is big. He was actually hold he was actually sponsor actually, I guess, on Rogans podcast. Yeah, yeah, I sold that. Yeah, I think so. He's think he's on that twice ofthing. He Yeah, I play some of his lectures, like on my computer. So and I'm doing a lot work and you just want to listen. They just want to listen to what he's saying. He's professor. He's making millions of dollars, of course, from books and I speaking engagements and all that. He got a podcast as well. He's doing a lot more, but like, he's a professor. That leave me his mark. Like so many people understand that, like you don't have to be entrepreneur, you don't have to be someone who builds a business, like whatever you do, a professor, a teacher at a marry school, teacher, janitor or a doctor or some you know, in some way you have an influence. I would probate janitor, even you want to. You see your best job as janitor. But if you have any fluence in some way, even if you don't on your own business, like you could really get your name out there, because he's gotta he's gotta put out your truth and you gotta be different from the mass other people who do your same occupation some way, because not every professor. Yeah, lecture how Jordan Lecture Net when he thought a youtube, put out his lectures on Youtube. People like found became too attracted to him because how he speak and like it's like mask. It's just so different, you know. Yeah, they said join a period. Yeah, about man. He's really good. Is Very, very yeah, he's good. And you heard of a philosopher called Alan Watts. He's he's from the like the S S and he he felt like Jodan Pearson, but he's like philosopher and it talks about like life and society and education every time. But he was like ahead of it, was ahead of his time. Yeah, during this and is in the S S S and people wouldn't take him seriously and I think he ended up becoming, you know, an alcoholic. But he was really down to worth and spiritual. I'll have to send you a lot of his tapes, but what he's saying now is actually happening. I mean what he was saying that is actually happening now. So was he like a profit by what he prophetized stuff, or but he was in you know it, go to universities. I think he was a lecturer, but he is avery. It was like philosophy, philosophy. Yeah, I mean it's so important, you know, to have a role model or to you know, mental you know more role models and mentals in your life and surround yourself with this good content. Isn't it on podcast as well? You learn so much. You know, you learn so much. People have to be willing to open their minds up and be willing to learn. They can find out these great men and find out there what they what they do and like what they talked about. And you know, if they're willing to get on Youtube and search them up or get on the Internet and just type in you know people, great man who led in this area or whatever, and you will find these you will find these names. Just so many people out there right now are not...

...caring about that and they just caring what they can do to fulfill their own stealth selfish desires and stuff, and it's it's why our our mentality is a majority of our mentality is though, in our mindset, is nice to peek because we're not willing to engage in things are learning things that can help us. You know, it's crazy, man. What do you want? One more thing. What do you think about how the school system in England, how the school system of the England? Yeah, school system here in terms of yeah, like how it works and all that. So so, like there's preschool, so you go to that, I think. Yeah, preschools like nursery. So you go there when you like starting off, and then you go into primary school. And then primary school you then go to set. So the in primary school you go up two, year six. So there was sixth grades. So yeah, one year, two, year, three or four, your five, year six, and then after that you go to secondary school. And Secondary School we have public schools which, you know, everyone can go to. Anyone can go to and then, aside from that, you've got private schools which you have to pay for, which still teach the same curriculum, I think, but it's more smaller classes, you know, it's more concentrated. So yeah, so there's that. And then after secondary school you go to college. I mean you don't have to do these things. I think when I when I went through the system, you know, you could lose school and then do what you wanted or go to college, whereas now you have to stay on. I think it's by law now you have to at least stay on. So I think eighteen really you have to. You have to day in schoos for three to day in school. I think I remember I might be wrong, but I remember somebody telling me that they had to stay after staying in some form of education really till you're eighteen. So like six form, which is you stay in the secondary school and you do your a levels. So like you stay in the same school, you do your science, you pick a couple of subjects to do, or you go to a college outside from your school, like I did, and you you do a diploma and something I did some call a be tech. So I did a BETEC course for three years, level two and three in public services, so that's the police, army, fire service, that kind of thing. And then after that I went into work, you know, working restaurants and shops and getting experience. But you don't have you know, you don't a lot of people. Some people leave college, leaf school and they don't go back into the system, but that's kind of usually the usual route. Yeah, the reason why I have brought you brought up the school system in England because I was trying to see how it how yeah, much do it. Of It doesn't correlate with here in the US. I think a lot of people. I was just trying to see another way that can bring value. I think there's a lot of people out there that, you know, are being forced to be in college. Could be buy any higher uppers, you know in their family or anything. Could be parents or grandparents or, you know, uncle's ore aren't and their force to get education, and all these people up there are telling them, oh, if you don't get education, if you don't get a degree or anything, then you're going to fail in life and it's not going to you're not going to succeed. And I just want to say to anybody, as this into the episode, you know that's that's really not true. You know, there's ways for you. If you have a passion of your passion doesn't require, you know, a degree, then do not be afraid to take the risk. Mark Zuckerberg said that. You know, especially in this time frame they we're living, not taking a risk. It's actually the biggest risk. Is bastally taking the biggest risk, not taking a risk. So you yeah, if you have ideas, you have a dream, you know, and it doesn't require for you to go to college and, you know, spend a lot of money, a heck of a lot of money, you know if...

...you can do it, because I don't know, you said it I don't know the laws and regulations of their England. You know, don't be afraid to try to build your ideal or strives to start that company or try to start, like we will saying in you, guys, if you listen to this whole episode, early in episodever me, we'll talk about our age and ever, you're young, you know. Don't take that, don't take that age for granted, because you you have, you have the time, or you have you can afford to fail at a lot of ideas because you have time. So try, try, try, don't give up. And I just feel like a lot of people, probably, you know, people think that are that they're making themselves think that, you know, becoming a doctor or becoming a lawyer or becoming a dentist or whatever, any other any other career, I mean any other thing that really requires a degree. They make themselves believe that that's what they supposed to do with they know deep inside that that's not what they want to do because they're scared of being cursed by their parents or their friends or stuff. And Yeah, well, sorry as I can. I'll just say, like like you're saying, with people doing things and feeling under pressure of, you know, going to university, you know, because the parents want them to, or that they feel like they have to because the times went to university, all their friends went to university. And I, yeah, and I and I went to university and did criminology for a couple of months and I actually was like this isn't for me, because you really I took us die. I left. So I mean, yeah, yeah, just sir. And it's a it's difficult because you know a lot of people that might be six months into it and then all of a sudden that I'll enjoy it and then the light well, I've come this far. Now I don't let my friends, my family die. And Yeah, you know, all they just think I'm gonna finish. It tricky. You don't want to think. I don't want to waste his money. But you know, Gay v I is there. It's not about you're ready, should you're rather I'll. He's our rather, you know, disappoint my family, my higher up to my family in a short term then and do what I want to do instead of how I I'm probably seen this wrong. Yeah, no, no, I products makes sense. We exciting. Yeah, right now, in a short term instead of, you know, I'm being depressed my whole life because I'm making them happy. You know, it's some out yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, so you put your knees aside for the sake of like family friends. I don't know, man, it's a lot. It's a lot talked about health, it's positivity and schooling and everything. Man, it's a lot that we as the society and if it was anything I can say to this you know, podcast, before we get all you know, I just want to say, you know, continue to you know, continue to be fine who you are, find your identity, find your real identity and find your true purpose. Continue to search for that, because it's out there. You know, look to God, pray, go ask him. He will tell you he created you so he would ultimately know. You know, and just just find out what's your hobby? You know what, what do you love doing on a side time? What you find yourself get into, you know, unconsciously, and you just love doing it. If it's if it's positive, if it could affect a world in a positive way, if it's not a hobby that can affect the world in a negative way, you know it, then you know, you might want to look into and see how can I make money? Get into that, start making money and then you'll you will feel freedom. You know, freedom is what we need. You know, that's that's that's what everybody wants. This was his whole world. Won't they want free time on their hands. And you know, when you find out what your purpose and it reveals you and you do your things, that's how you get the engine going, that's how you start clicking, that's how everything's are working. But it's not. You know, how can you stay in your right mind if you're eating bad? So nutrition has to be key while you're doing your you know, we're working your passionate so that you can live in longevity. You can be a leader. You can be a leader in you know, in your physical body and your health and your mental health. You will know things. You know, you'll your your curiosity would be on a whole different level, your memory will be a whole different level, your thought pattern be your vocabulary will grow. You just become a better person as you eat a right so you'll be able to live long when it's earth and in good shape and good health. And all this is have to Colm together and I just want you guys just...

...to understand that death does the keys. And you know, we all have different religious backgrounds, but I'm a Christian and I'll think that you know, you can have everything rolling, but if you know, if you don't have a good relationship with the Lord, then everything could crash. So it's not you know, you want to have a good relationship as well. So I just want people, I just want I'm glad to be you know, it's an honor to be on this podcast today and I want a lot of people to understand that those when you can get all that in order, then you know, you will have peace, and then we're all searching for that peace and peace come from all that. For sure. No, I definitely agree, tyren, and like it's completely, completely true. You know, I think, you know, people take a lot from this stuffing. We know we covered some really, really deep topics that you know, really important, you know, and that you know ongoing. You know as we speaking, they need to be addressed and I'm really, really grateful, what Humbold, to have the one for you and for you, man. Thank you for having me, because this is this was well needed. You know, we'd even do we even plan this. We even would even have like a talk before. Ok, we want to? Yeah, we didn't. We wanted to come into the script. So, yeah, we just we just went straight off the rockers. and Bro Look, how amazing is this? This talk was we connected. We obviously connected through audio and stuff, and man, it's it's just led to a whole different way. We got the ball rolling and I think we're at our forty four into this and I never, you know, actually done episode. But you know, I still have the energy to go on for five more hours, but I know we can't do that. But man, it's just when we speak. Yeah, yeah, we speaking of truth. Knows the truth. You know, you can go on for days because you know the truth is what's that people free. It's the truth. Is What's that people free. Not Lies, not know, covered up fakes, you know, fake words and stuff. We're talking about the playing truth. So many people probably will hit you up after listening to this. I don't know how your audience bace is with your podcast, but people might be hitting you up and suding like hey, you know whoever that guy was, you know he you know that. That really inspired me. Now now I'm not eating fast food now, you know or or them. I say now I'll love take a fast food. You know, I'm not eating every day. I'm working out more. He know, I'm looking more to my hobbies and stuff, seeing what I can do. Debt what those are the responses you might get. And you know, if I could just change one person life or just help one person within this podcast, that would mean the world to me. I don't need to help like. I don't need I don't I care, but you know, I don't need like to feel like I helped by ten or twenty people. I just want with that one person, one of you, just change your life up, and that's that's going to hit. That's going to yeah, the world to me, like for Real, girl, to the bottom, to the bottom of my heart. That's that means the modes. And Yeah, thanks a lot, man, bro thanks, but yeah, no, no, you welcome. I mean, we're quick. We will find on social media. It's on. I'm sorry you asked the question. Yeah, I was going to say I'm going to be quick because my friends on tuopes and bychery. But where can people find you on social media? Instagram, I'm on it, really, I'm really on instagram only for at tiringly official Tyre leoficial. You can just this a handle, just like read only social media'm all right now. And Youtube, tirely official TV, if you're on Youtube. And yeah, and the tire only podcasted. I. I'm the owner. I'm the founder's honey podcast in a host. So if you want to listen to our one day, let's to another part, another episode, and you want to listen to one of my episodes, and that's where you can find me. I'm on every platform, apple, spotify, Google, any platform you can think of. And thanks, man, it would mean the world's me. Yeah, thanks, Bro. Yeah. Yeah, no, you welcome. You welcome any time and I really really appreciate your time and being on the podcast being really, really great. And you know what, being I'll definitely R D. I won't get you a number, bro, and I want to have you. I won't have you as a guest probably very soon. Bro. Yeah. Yeah, cume up. My audience need to hear this too. Yeah, yeah, here's something like this too. Yeah, of course, I mean, Gosh Man, you have yet. Of course. That's all right, all, bro. Yeah, I seem.

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