One Piece Episode 651
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I share podcasts to my friends (who are not in BNI), as a means of introducing them to BNI.I have shared some classic podcasts, like for example the one on having a life plan- that particular episode for me is a life lesson- its more than business or network.
Blissfully unspoilered One Piece noob takes the plunge and wades through the eight-hundred plus episodes of One Piece for the first time.POSTS: Monday, Thursday, Saturday. TWITTER: @thdray1 Will answer questions there too.DISCUSSION: If you want to join in the One Piece chat, I've set replies to week-long followers only (as spoiler protection). Reblogs work, though, so I'll answer from those too.
Can I host some of those episodes since you're not doing it? They're like, yeah, go for it. And I just started interviewing like our best clients from special ops or big corporate clients and stuff, and it was just a lot of fun just having a conversation and I just thought, man, imagine if I could do this for work.
Jess Larsen: Yeah, so we've done, I've done over 750 episodes now and it's billionaires, pro athletes, movie stars, tech unicorn founders, public company CEOs, New York Times bestselling authors, Delta 4, Seal Team Six, CIA case officers, some really amazing non-profit leaders. Like it's fun to have, like, I got the actor Danny Glover to come on the show from, you know, a Lethal Weapon.
Pat Flynn: That's amazing. And so 750 episodes, I mean, what a, what, what, like have you replaced your audiobooks with these essentially now that you can have these direct conversations? Or are you, are you actually still consuming audiobooks as well?
You get so much better feedback. It's after all these years. We finally launched our YouTube show last week for this exact reason. I really do regret not having started like you much earlier, just for the feedback to know if the episodes are serving people, like what people wanna hear more about and these kind of things.
Right, and so the more we become familiar, the more we can become comfortable, the more, the higher the likelihood we could be influenced. And so being able to show up all these places in their life, keeping out the frequency, but also getting the short reminder of like maybe the 30 second Short leads them to the eight minute clip that leads them to the full length episode. And a again, YouTube has so much better analytics for trying to become a better version of myself, trying to create a better show. That to me, like we have just become, it's like the YouTube is the center of the hub. And then there's all these other things that come off it. You know, I'm transcribing my episodes into books, so I'm doing one book called Zero to Billion.
Nobody asks that, right. So like what we're working towards is doing, I think our next experiment is adventure episodes. So I'm a real action sports nut. So we're gonna be taking certain guests backcountry snowmobile snowboarding, and I, I just went skydiving with a guest and then we did the interview on the beach in Santa Barbara afterwards for my birthday of the summer, it was my birthday present myself.
Or at least the majority of it. So they think you actually care about them because you do, cuz you put in some effort to know what's special about them. It'll come out in your questions. Right, and at the beginning of every episode, I, I leave at least 5, 10, 15 minutes to shoot the breeze and help them feel comfortable and start off with asking them what's a win for them and complimenting them on something and being interested in them and letting them ask as many questions as they want before the interview starts, until they're actually like come t