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BMitch & Finlay
PFT Commenter

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 21:02


PFT Commenter from Barstool Sports joined the show to talk about the WFT and the NFL playoffs. 

Pro Pels Talk
Pelicans Destroy Knicks

Pro Pels Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 52:08


Jose Alvarado has a career night as Ben Mintz of Barstool Sports and Chris Conner join the show!

BMitch & Finlay
1.21.22 Hour 2- PFT Commenter, Fan Thoughts on Stadium, Stadium Location

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 38:55


1:00- PFT Commenter from Barstool Sports joins the show to talk about the WFT and the NFL playoffs.  22:50- Opening up the phone lines to hear what people think about the WFT stadium. 34:00- Where should the stadium be in a few years? 

104.5 ESPN
Ben Mintz – NFL Playoff Divisional Round |

104.5 ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 7:37


Ben Mintz of Barstool Sports joins the show to give out picks for the NFL playoffs divisional round. The post Ben Mintz – NFL Playoff Divisional Round | appeared first on 1045 ESPN.

104.5 ESPN
The Early Line 01-20-22 |

104.5 ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 40:06


Mario Jerez and Matt Musso bring you The Early Line! Today, the guys start the show breaking down LSU's loss to Alabama. What went wrong? Continuing the LSU basketball talk & Ali Gaye/Micah Baskerville return to LSU. Ben Mintz of Barstool Sports joins the show to give out picks for the NFL playoffs divisional round. The post The Early Line 01-20-22 | appeared first on 1045 ESPN.

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co
Dave Portnoy Threatens To Fire His Entire Team — DPS #65 w/ Dana White

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 93:20


On this week's pod, Dave has a blow-up at the beginning of the show over unpreparedness by his team, Barstool's NFL Senior Draft Analyst Steven Cheah joins to trash Dave's Patriots, and UFC boss man Dana White talks UFC 270, Jake Paul, and breaks news on Paddy The Baddy's next fight. Support Our Sponsors Felix Gray Check them out now at https://barstool.link/FelixGrayDave Manscaped Get 20% off and Free Shipping with Code PORTNOY at https://barstool.link/ManscapedDPS Birddogs Go to https://barstool.link/Dave and use promo code DAVE. Helix Sleep Helix is offering up to $200 off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners at https://barstool.link/HelixSleepDAVE Check out Barstool Sports for more: http://www.barstoolsports.com

BMitch & Finlay
PFT Commenter

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 16:48


PFT Commenter from Barstool Sports joined the show to talk about the direction of the WFT. 

BMitch & Finlay
1.14.22 Hour 2- PFT Commenter, Staying Warm, Playing Outside

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 36:39


1:00- PFT Commenter from Barstool Sports joins the show to talk about the direction of the WFT.  21:30- Bart Scott apparently has a way to stay warm when playing football in the cold.  31:45- Do you think every team should be forced to play in a dome, especially in the playoffs. 

Jay Towers in the Morning
Best Male Artists Of All Time?

Jay Towers in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 6:53


Barstool Sports put together a list of the best male artists and they couldn't be more wrong about a few of them!!

No Credentials Required
Episode 55: The Drop-In (1/12/2022)

No Credentials Required

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 51:23


It's Episode 55 of No Credentials Required and it's time for another Drop-In! Ryan starts the episode with the Mighty 518 Sports Beat where he talks about the Albany FireWolves first franchise win on Saturday against Saskatchewan. Ryan had the chance to attend the post-game press conference and get a few quotes from coach Glenn Clark as well as a few players. Then, Ryan goes over the week that was in Adirondack Thunder hockey and how he missed Barstool Sports' Frank the Tank become an Adirondack hockey legend. Lastly, the Albany Empire sign a familiar face and drop their schedule. Then, Ryan talks about the messy injury and COVID situation in the NHL that directly affects the New Jersey Devils in the Metro NY Sports From an Upstate Point of View. Plus, Ryan gives you a few show announcements for next week! No Credentials Required is a part of the Belly Up Sports Podcast Network in association with Gozilla Media.

Zero Blog Thirty
Kate Has Covid But The Show Must Go On!

Zero Blog Thirty

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 61:13


On this episode of ZBT we've got 5 rounds in the magazine ... Round 1: Katie Covid joins the show to talk about her bout with the viral devil. Her illness gives us all a chance to complain a little bit. I love complaining! Round 2: How on earth did we start shaving our flaps and balls? Excellent question. You asked. We answered. Round 3: Norway is making their soldiers share… wait for it… wait for it… UNDERWEAR! Round 4: When I found this out, my jaw dropped. Larry David was in the Army. Round 5: Chaps surprise round! Check out Barstool Sports for more: http://www.barstoolsports.com Follow Zero Blog Thirty here: Facebook: https://facebook.com/zeroblog30/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/zeroblog30 Instagram: http://instagram.com/zeroblog30

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co
Dave Portnoy On His Decision To Suspend Rico Bosco From Barstool — DPS #64

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 113:55


We recap the opening weekend of the Barstool River North bar in Chicago. Dave gets in a debate over hot dogs with the Chicago office. We record an emergency segment discussing Dave's decision to suspend Rico Bosco after an incident with another Barstool employee Support Our Sponsors Roman Promo Code: Dave https://www.getroman.com Felix Gray Free Shipping. Free Returns. Free Exchanges. https://barstool.link/FelixGrayDave Check out Barstool Sports for more: http://www.barstoolsports.com

DSC On Demand
Naughty Girls, Top Male Singers, & COVID on a Plane

DSC On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 151:39


The DSC Show for Tuesday 1/11/22: Today we heard from a bunch of Naughty Girls, we went over the list of Top Male Singers according to Barstool Sports, and we learned about COVID on planes!

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
01-11-22 - Damage is Done!

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 14:49


On this weeks episode the damage has been assessed. This time Leroy takes on an airline company, JFig takes on Barstool Sports and Marcos takes on Guh-Len.

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
01-11-22 Tobin and Leroy Part 2 - We hear from Stephen Ross

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 47:13


We hear from Stephen Ross and discuss his comments following the abrupt firing of Head Coach Brian Flores. Tobin questions if being considered a "jerk" is enough to warrant a firing. We wrap the hour with Damage is Done where Leroy takes on an airline company, JFig takes on Barstool Sports and Marcos takes on Guh-Len.

Bruins Beat
Lawson Crouse Linked to the Bruins & Oskar Steen Finding Success | Marina Maher | Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky

Bruins Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 28:17


Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 290 Lawson Crouse Linked to the Bruins & Oskar Steen Finding Success Presented by BetOnline   Evan Marinofsky of Turner Sports is joined by Marina Maher of Barstool Sports to discuss all the latest Bruins news. They start with the news that the Bruins are linked to Arizona Coyotes forward Lawson Crouse which…is not surprising. They also get into David Krejci's comments on Bruce Cassidy and why Oskar Steen is such a fit on the third line. Plus, what's the ideal look for the bottom six?    Follow Evan Marinofsky on Twitter  Follow CLNS Media on Twitter   2:00 - Marina's life-changing news 5:00 - Would Lawson Crouse make sense for the Bruins to target in a trade? 11:00 - David Krejci goes at Bruce Cassidy 16:00 - The win at Tampa Bay felt different 20:00 - The Oskar Steen fan club is almost full 25:00 - What should the bottom six look like?

All Wings Report In
#35 - The Book Of Boba Fett - Chapter 2 Discussion with Robbie Fox!

All Wings Report In

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 62:18


This week Vinny & Chris are joined by Robbie Fox, the host of the My Mom's Basement Podcast, bassist of the band Pup Punk & blogger for Barstool Sports. The guys discuss Chapter 2 "The Tribes of Tatooine". Follow Robbie & watch/listen to My Mom's Basement podcast on Monday's! http://instagram.com/ThatRobbieFox http://twitter.com/RobbieBarstool Please rate & review our podcast! Follow us on social media. http://instagram.com/allwingsreportin http://facebook.com/allwingsreportin http://twitter.com/allwingsreport submit your questions to allwingsreport@gmail.com *use codeword "allwings10" at checkout for 10% off your oder at www.skywardfunfupply.com

Chicks University
21: Men, Sororities, and Carbone have WHAT in common?

Chicks University

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 87:16


SPOILER: They're all overrated. Barstool's Jordyn Woodruff comes back on the Podcast to interview Kat about her life leading up to today. The girls talk about their night at Carbone, everything that guys have ruined for them, why Kat transferred colleges, sorority hazing, how to pitch to Barstool Sports, and learn that they're kind of feminists.  YouTube Version: https://youtu.be/Rb1F7cAScps

104.5 ESPN
The Early Line 01-06-22 |

104.5 ESPN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 40:08


Mario Jerez and Matt Musso bring you The Early Line! Today, the guys start off today's show discussing Brian Kelly's newest hire & the National Championship game. NFL week 18 preview & lines. + Saints injury updates/roster changes. Ben Mintz of Barstool Sports joins the show to give his personal picks on the National Championship […] The post The Early Line 01-06-22 | appeared first on 1045 ESPN.

Token CEO
Maria Menounos Shares Life Lessons for 2022

Token CEO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 78:22


Maria Menounos wears a lot of hats. She's a TV personality. She has a podcast and web series called "Better Together." She's a cancer survivor and a caregiver. And she's a friend of Erika's. She joins Erika to talk about what life lessons she picked up in a particularly difficult 2021 and what she's bringing with her into 2022. Erika also brings you inside her company-wide meeting and shares her goals for 2022. Then, she and Barstool Chief Revenue Officer Deirdre Lester host a panel for "Work Like a Girl." And, as usual, Erika answers your questions and gives you tips for adulting. (00:01:47) Barstool Sports 2022 Goals (00:07:57) Barstool 2021 Company Meeting (00:22:51) Q&A (00:28:46) Maria Menounos (01:05:58) Adulting (01:08:03) Work Like A Girl

Fire in the Hole w/ Jimmy Martinez
Episode 128: Spend the Block

Fire in the Hole w/ Jimmy Martinez

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 63:10


On this week's episode, Jimmy starts off the New Year to tell the origin story of his big butt obsession and telling your rapper friends that they're trash. All this and more on the most raw podcast in the game!!Get Your Fire in the Hole gear at TeeSpring.com/stores/FireInTheHoleNY
Join us at Patreon.com/FireInTheHole for the full video version to the show and more exclusive content.
Check out our YouTube channel for the best clips from each week: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE6AyAQ8_xuTE7IPECylR7A
Follow the show @FireInTheHoleNY on Twitter & Instagram!!

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
Jeff Utsch speaks on his company being featured on Barstool Sports for Navy Seal training.

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 6:56


Barstool Sports featured our dear friend Jeff Utsch on his Navy Seal training. he also discusses the Constitutionality of the Navy mandating medical testing along with other mandates.

Breaking Tables Podcast
Bills Ran Into, Through, and All Over The Falcons

Breaking Tables Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 64:23


Happy 1st Monday of 2022! With a 29-15 win, our #BuffaloBills are back in the playoffs and STILL in the driver seat for the lead in the AFC East! Join in as Brian and Tampa Neil talk about this victory! We'll dabble on things we liked, didn't like, Antonio Brown is turd, and talk about implications for the remainder of the year (final game vs jets and playoffs)!You do not want to miss out on this episode, because we guarantee that eye and earholes fixin' to get wet AF!#BillsMafia #BreakingTables #BUFvsATL

Breaking Tables Podcast
Bills vs Falcons Pregame Show

Breaking Tables Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 28:34


Happy new year! Join in this morning for our take on the upcoming match! Two games left in the season, and Buffalo needs to keep the gas on the pedal! Matt Ryan, Nolan Ryan, Saving Private Ryan, Ryan Seacrest, does not matter; BILLS BY A BILLION#BILLSMAFIA #BUFvsATL #BillsByABillion

Balcony Chatter Podcast
Happy New Year!

Balcony Chatter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 36:00


One last episode to send 2021 off into the sunset and never look back. This week we talk about the Celtics getting a nice win, the Bruins hopeful return to the ice and more on the NHL pulling out of the Olympics. 

BMitch & Finlay
PFT Commenter

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 21:12


PFT Commenter from Barstool Sports joins the show to talk about the WFT.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BMitch & Finlay
12.31.21 Hour 2- PFT Commenter, Calls on WFT, Acceptance

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 37:13


2:00- PFT Commenter from Barstool Sports joined the show to talk about the WFT.  22:30- Opening up the phone lines to hear what fans think about the WFT.  32:00- Is it time to just accept that the WFT isn't very good?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Gentlemen's Agreement
John Madden Football, NFL Playoffs, Conspiracy Theories, The Omicron aka "Omarion Variant" & 2022 goals

Gentlemen's Agreement

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 103:24


The GA boys get together for the last time for 2021 and discuss John Madden's death & legacy, Barstool Sports, Fantasy Football, NFL Playoffs, if Bam was a GM, conspiracy theories, hood politics, The Omicron aka "Omarion Variant", Mog losing weight for 2022, kettlebell workouts, GA Olympics & 2022 goals for the podcast & The Matrix film. Please tell a friend to tell a friend about Gentlemen's Agreement Podcast. 

Breaking Tables Podcast
Breaking Tables w/ Mama J (Joanie DeKoker) and Larry Palme

Breaking Tables Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 68:22


Breaking Tables w/ Mama J (Joanie DeKoker) and Larry PalmeIs #BillsMafia ready for the rest of the year? Ready to fry up some falcon meat? (ok, maybe not falcon meat, but you know what I mean!)We're joined with another Mount Rushmore of Bills Mafia, Mama J, and Larry Palme!Get to know Mama J and Larry! Great people with great insight about our Bills and Bills Community! We'll chat about last week's beatdown of the Pats, this upcoming game against the falcons, and even talk about the rest of the year and expectations!You do not want to miss this one, because we're about to drink and talk Bills Football!! Guaranteeing eye and earholes will get a little damp on this one!#GoBills #BUFvsATL #BillsByABillion #BreakingTables

The Jordy Culotta Show
We Boot The F Up W/ Will Wade As LSU Gets Its Mind Right For Its Tilt With Auburn In The Jungle. Barstool Sports Ben Mintz Is In Studio After We All Suffered At The Hands of Ian Book In The Sportsbook

The Jordy Culotta Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 102:30


Breaking Tables Podcast
Bills Beat Patriots To Take Division Lead

Breaking Tables Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 56:32


Bills Beat Patriots To Take Division LeadJoin in as Brian and Tampa Neil go ham on this beautiful ass whooping the Bills gave on Sunday! We take the division and have the drivers seat for the AFC East!Josh Allen MVPO Line Showed UpDB's Showed Up#BillsMafia #BUFvsNE #BillsByABillion

Breaking Tables Podcast
Were we on point with our predictions?

Breaking Tables Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 31:22


Were we on point with our predictions? Brian, Tampa Neil, and former Bills - Butch Rolle were pretty damn close with our predictions. Tune in to hear what we had to say! Our recap of this game will be recorded Monday night 12/27 at 7:30pm. 

Loaded Bases w/ Mason Hall
Dallas Braden- Former MLB & Baseball Personality

Loaded Bases w/ Mason Hall

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 47:54


Let's welcome Dallas Braden to the #LoadedBasesPodcast! Growing up in Cali, Dallas found himself competing into the mound. He even found himself throwing MLB's 19th perfect game. He is now a host on Starting 9 (Barstool Sports) and a color commentator for Oakland As (NBC Sports California). Take a listen. Dallas' Social Media Handles Twitter: @DALLASBRADEN209 Instagram: @the209mayor   Baseball Reference: https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/b/bradeda01.shtml • Available on Apple Podcast, Spotify, YouTube, and more! • Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/2VExnzc Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3nw9t4q YouTube: https://bit.ly/3CdduPy • Instagram: @loadedbasespodcast Twitter: @LoadedBasesPod Website:  Loadedbasespodcast.com Venmo: @LoadedBasesPodcast • Loaded Bases Podcast Gear Mic: https://amzn.to/3p5vCG2  Camera: https://bit.ly/3D4kT3y Arm: https://bit.ly/3xAAU06 Chair: https://amzn.to/3I7nKwg Lighting: https://bit.ly/3pev7t8 RSS: https://www.podbean.com/

Amanda's World
Amanda's World Christmas episode featuring Large from Barstool Sports

Amanda's World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 30:55


This week on Amanda's World the Christmas special I had on Large from Barstool. We talked about so many different things. Thanks for listening to this weeks episode I'll see you guys on Saturday for the hundredth episode. My Merch shop link https://applypresha.xyz/ Large Instagram https://www.instagram.com/largebarstool/?hl=en My Instagram https://www.instagram.com/amanda_penny_14/

Starting 9
Starting 9 Episode 297 - Mark Appel, Lindsay Meggs & Final Thoughts

Starting 9

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 180:28


Barstool Sports presents the Starting 9, featuring Jared Carrabis and Dallas Braden - the baseball podcast everyone wants but no one else will give you. This week's podcast is features a discussion of the two managerial hires (Buck Showalter/Mets, Mark Kotsay/Athletics), an interview with former #1 overall pick Mark Appel, who discusses his incredible baseball journey (42:44), an interview excerpt with Washington baseball coach Lindsay Meggs (2:41), the Cincinnati Reds Mount Rushmore, and some final thoughts from Jared and Dallas on what could be the end of the 5-season run for Starting 9.

Espresso w/ Ben Polizzi
gifts u want for xmas but can't ask for | SHOT 190

Espresso w/ Ben Polizzi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 61:29


The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co
2021 Best of The Dave Portnoy Show

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 171:12


The 2021 Best of The Dave Portnoy Show includes Tyler O'day resigning to Dave on air, The interview with Wallo and Gillie from Million Dollaz Worth of Game, and Ryan Whitney in studio with Dave. Support Our Sponsors Birddogs Go to https://barstool.link/Dave and use promo code DAVE. Simplisafe Go to https://barstool.link/SimpleSafePORTNOY for 40% off your entire system. Rhoback Go to https://barstool.link/Eddie and use the code “EDDIE” for 20% off your first order! Check out Barstool Sports for more: http://www.barstoolsports.com

BROOKLYN BOXING PODCAST
BOXING CLIP - BRIAN KELLY NOTRE DAME

BROOKLYN BOXING PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 2:27


BOXING CLIP - BRIAN KELLY NOTRE DAME https://www.patreon.com/thepodmatrix (https://www.patreon.com/thepodmatrix) Pat Healy sits down with Mike McCarthy aka "Large" to talk about his journey from Wall Street to Barstool Sports. Growing up in NYC, Large became a boxing fan at a young age watching some of the greats like Sugar Ray Leanord and Roberto Duran. His passion for boxing continued into college where he fought in the "Bengal Bouts", an amateur boxing event for Notre Dame students. After a long career on Wall Street, Large has found a home at Barstool Sports where he hosts multiple podcasts and interviews today's biggest stars in the boxing world. Pat and Large talk about the most recent win by George Kambosos over Teofimo Lopez, Canelo moving up to Cruiserweight and so many more hot topics in the fight game today!  Social Media: @largebarstool @thepodmatrixnyc @brooklynboxingpodcast @_patrickhealy ALL ACCESS https://linktr.ee/thepodmatrix (https://linktr.ee/thepodmatrix) FOR MORE CLIPS AND FULL EPISODES… SUBSCRIBE to THEPODMATRIX on YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/c/THEPODMATRIX (https://www.youtube.com/c/THEPODMATRIX) WATCH ALL EPISODES for FREE here: https://www.youtube.com/c/THEPODMATRIX LISTEN to ALL EPISODES for FREE here: Apple Podcast: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3WJ6ngK1uPucCXAUwCkq9r?si=5bdd678268714033 FOLLOW us on SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: @thepodmatrix https://twitter.com/thepodmatrix Instagram: @thepodmatrix https://www.instagram.com/thepodmatrixnyc/ Linkedin: THEPODMATRIX https://www.linkedin.com/company/thepodmatrix/ Facebook: @thepodmatrix Support this podcast

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
The Woods Golfing This Past Weekend, Bocce Discussion & COVID Disrupting Sports

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 47:14


Hour 4: Frank The Tank from Barstool Sports shares his thoughts on the Buck Showalter hire, The Woods and the Dalys go head to head in golf this past weekend, Pete Davidson's dating habits, Jim Harbaugh continuing to roll the dice, bocce and COVID are discussed.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Much Ado About Nerding
Childhood Toys: The Epic Pick 'Em Of Our Favorite Toys

Much Ado About Nerding

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 86:41


Toys! All I really want is Toys! Player 1 and Player 2 have a knock down dragout Draft of their favorite toys from the 80s 90s and early 2000s!! We got the idea from Barstool Sports but took it a step further and added catagories.  Electronics-2 Action figs/dolls- 3 AF playset- 2 Back yard- 2 Outdoor- 2 Board games-2 FLEX -1 Much Ado About Nerding Content written, performed and edited by Joe Otero and Selena Otero. Theme created by Selena Otero. Executive Producers Joe Thanks for stopping by, if you like what you heard please LIKE, COMMENT, RATE and SUBSCRIBE to the Pod on whatever platform you are listeing on. And Please SHARE with fellow Nerds and welcome them into Nerd Nation! Podcast Producers Our Patreons The Roller Derby Betty, No One Trolls Like Gaston, Professor Em, Master of Muggle Studies, Motor City Timmy T, Fact Check Paul, The Phoenix Fam and StellarGem Patreon Patreon.com/muchadoaboutnerding Instagram Much_Ado_About_Nerding Email nerdnation2020@gmail.com Sounder Webpage muchadoaboutnerding.sounder.fm YouTube and Selena. Thanks for listening and until next time stay Rad and NERDY ON!!!

Knee Brace Radio
Episode 124 - Florida State Sorrow, The Transfer Portal plus so much more

Knee Brace Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 52:01


The guys are back and the audio is better - Lets talk about College Football latest, the NFL Latest, and some Bowl prep. LETS GO

Fearless with Jason Whitlock
Ep 113 | NCAA Football Changes Are Bad? | Deion Sanders & NIL | Will Urban Meyer Be Back Soon?

Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 107:18


Whitlock has long been a proponent of changing how college athletes are compensated. But are the recent name-image-likeness and transfer protocol rules going to irrevocably damage NCAA football? “Fearless” regulars Steve Kim and T.J. Moe explain why Deion Sanders landing a top prospect at Jackson State indicates a new era in athletics. How does the massive growth of Dave Portnoy's Barstool Sports play into the NCAA metamorphosis? What will happen to Urban Meyer and the Jacksonville Jaguars now that they have parted ways? “Cut the Bull” podcaster Shemeka Michelle is furious over the California teachers who changed a 12-year-old's gender identity without the parents' consent. “Fearless” columnist Delano Squires verbally dresses down black pastors for being mouthpieces for the NAACP instead of for Christ. Plus, Uncle Jimmy explains the subtle difference between George Clooney and George Floyd.   ​​Today's Sponsor: Tis the season of giving, and give the perfect gift with Good Ranchers! Good Ranchers has steakhouse quality meat for less than $5 per meal! Visit https://GoodRanchers.com/FEARLESS to get $20 dollars OFF and FREE express shipping. Save 20% on “Fearless” swag! Use Promo Code Fearless20 at: https://shop.blazemedia.com/fearless to make yourself an official member of the “Fearless Army.”  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Starting 9
Starting 9 Episode 296 - Bobby Witt Jr.

Starting 9

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 171:59


Barstool Sports presents the Starting 9, featuring Jared Carrabis and Dallas Braden - the baseball podcast everyone wants but no one else will give you. This week's podcast features an interview with Kansas City Royals stud prospect Bobby Witt Jr. (31:45), some Hall of Fame ballot analysis, what to watch on TV from Jared and Dallas and much more!

The Kirk Minihane Show
Legitimately Angry

The Kirk Minihane Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 76:06


Former assistant producer Justin Trudell is not happy about KMS sidekick Chris Klemmer talking down to him (00:02:15). Bruce Springsteen sells his entire catalog (00:44:15). Kevin Blackistone is repulsed that he even has to mention Barstool Sports after Deion Sanders flips the #1 recruit in the country (00:38:13). Chris gets Kirk's Hall of Fame Ballot, a new game & much more.

The Marketing Secrets Show
Geeking Out on Story with Josh Forti, Part 2

The Marketing Secrets Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 37:28


In this second installment of this special interview, Russell and Josh go super deep on ‘the master story' and the attractive character…and what happens when you have tons of followers and NO ONE buys! Hit me up on IG! @russellbrunson Text Me! 208-231-3797 Join my newsletter at marketingsecrets.com ClubHouseWithRussell.com Magnetic Marketing ---Transcript--- Russell Brunson: What's up, everybody? This is Russell Brunson. Welcome back to the Marketing Secrets Podcast. So, today's episode is probably from most of my conversations with Josh, might have been one of my favorites. It was really, really fun. We started talking about expert secrets and storytelling and how they work, and attractive character profiles, which one you should be using, and how they work, and can you change them? And then also he started going into his concept of the master story, which is something I talk about in Perfect Webinar, but he goes really, really deep in it. And anyway, we geeked out. This was a really fun episode. I hope you enjoy it. With that said, let me cue up the theme song. When we get back, you'll have a chance to listen to this exciting conversation with me and Josh talking about story and attractive character, and a bunch of other really cool things. JoshForti: I got to ask this. Are you not on Twitter? Like I see you on Twitter a lot, and I see you posting stuff on Twitter. But is it not you that's engaging on Twitter? Russell: No, I don't know how to tweet. Josh: You don't know how to tweet? Russell, I tweeted you a lot. Or not a lot, but I tweeted you quite a bit. Russell: Oh, hey. Josh: And then sometimes you like my tweets. Dang it. Russell: I do like all your tweets. They're awesome. Josh: Yeah. Oh, man. Russell: I personally, I enjoy Instagram, probably my favorite. And then Facebook's probably number two. But that's the two social platforms I spend my personal time on the most. So, if it's from either of those two platforms, it's usually me. If it's other places... Josh: Do you have it like broken up? Like are you like, "Instagram, I do this type of content and stuff on. And Facebook, I do this type of content on." Or is it kind of like a mixture of both? Or... Russell: Um. Josh: For you personally. I know your team posts stuff, but... Russell: The only place I really post/do stuff typically is Instagram, like stories. That's where I kind of, like me personally, do stuff. And then Facebook and my personal page, probably once, every once in a while, I drop stuff there. And everything else, that's my team. Josh: Yeah, that's rare though, not often. Russell: Yeah. Josh: You're not like me who's like, "What? It's been 48 hours without some form of controversy? What can I say? Oh my God." All right. Well, actually, I kind of want to talk about that though. Not so much controversy, but creating content specifically around storytelling, because I think this is probably one of the biggest... Let me give backstory, a little context around this. I came into the world completely backwards of what most people do, right? So I was the guy that came into the world, and most people have no following and no followers, and they can't get leads to happen. Right? And they don't get anybody to show up to their webinar. And then they're super depressed because nobody showed up and nobody bought. I had the exact opposite problem. I had everybody show up and nobody bought. And let me tell you, that's way more depressing. You know why? Because when everybody shows up and nobody buys, you're like, "Crap. Now I really am screwed because I have no idea what's going on." Right? Russell: It was me, and not the… whatever, yeah. Josh: Right. It's not because nobody's hearing it. It's because I actually suck. And I remember the first time I ever did a webinar, we actually... I don't know if you remember this or not. I actually sent you a Snapchat. This is right when you first got Snapchat. This is way, way back in the day. I've told this story before. And I went and I was like, "Russell, what's up, man? I'm trying to build this webinar. How much would you charge me to build out a webinar for me or whatever?" Right? And you sent me a little video, a Snapchat video back. You're in the Jeep, and you were like, "Man, I don't really do that. I don't really do that anymore." So I like snapped you back, and then you snapped me back, and you're like, "It'd probably be like $250,000 or something like that. But I don't really do that." I'm like, "Man, I really wish I would've hired you for 250 grand." But anyway, so I go and we do this huge webinar, and everyone told us... We were like, "We're going to have all these people sign up." And everyone's like, "No. No, you're not. Nobody gets people to their webinar that easy. You maybe have a hundred registrants." We had 2000 people register, and we had a thousand people... We maxed out the room with a thousand people on live. At the pitch, there was like 982 people in the room. I go through, I do my pitch. No one buys, not a single person. And then we hung up, and like an hour goes by, and one person had bought. And most miserable, depressing... Russell: That's the worst because then you're like, "Crap. I thought there was no sound or something. Maybe they didn't hear me." Josh: Right, right, right. But I sat there and it was a bad webinar. We had like dozens, probably hundreds of emails and comments of like, "Can I have my money back for a free webinar? This totally sucks. Worst experience ever." It was awful, right? And what was interesting is that really scarred me for a while, from doing presentations and from doing anything where I pitched live. And so I basically went and I just did sales from that point on. I did lots of presentations. I did lots of content. But I did not actually go and pitch because really, it was like PTSD almost. Right? It was like, "I don't want to go back there." And what was interesting is I went and I would do sales, and I got good at sales, but sales is hard, man. Sales is just a different game. It's just like pushing and pushing and pushing and pushing. Right? And then my brother died, and out of just sheer not knowing what to do, I just started sharing my story because at that point you're like, "What do you do? My whole life is messed up at this point. I'm so confused." And so I just start sharing what I was going through, and I start sharing things of like the emotions and what I'm learning and what I'm going through. And I remember people just started buying, and it was like the weirdest thing, because I wasn't selling anything. Right? But I would go through and I'd be like, "I'm super grateful and thankful to have an audience right now because I'm able to go through and have a business that allows me to go and like be mobile and go to my brother's funeral or whatever." And then people started buying my programs. And I was like, "What in the world?" And then I would share other things, and then people would start buying. And I'm like, "I'm not actually selling these things. I'm just talking about my life." And what was interesting is I went back eventually later that year, and I went back to all these different people, and I was like, "Why did you buy this product?" And they're like, "Well, because you told such and such a story." Oh, that's interesting. So then I went over here and I was like, "Why did you buy that product?" And they're like, "Well, you guys told such and such story." And it was a completely different story. And it was like they were buying because they would hear a story, and they would associate that story with a product that I was selling, and they would go buy it. And so I had all these different products and all these different stories, and I was like, "Okay, well, I got to figure out what's the one story that I want people to figure out?" Right? So I could sell the one product. And so that's what I've really been focused on recently. But that lesson taught me that storytelling was everything, because I had heard that from you a million times. Right? Russell: Yeah. You didn't believe it. Josh: Story, story, story, story. Right? And I'm like, "I'm telling stories, Russell. What more do you want me to do?" But I wasn't. I was telling facts and I was going out there and trying to sound smart. And when I just let go of it all and was like, "This is the story, like the real, the raw, the genuine. I'm not trying to sell you anything. This is legitimately what's going on in my life." I made more money and more sales than I had before. And so I would love for you to talk about... Like I know in Expert Seekers you go through like storytelling and all the different, the core four stories, and the change of false beliefs. But what's the key? And maybe that's it, like going back through that. And that's fine. But like what's the key to telling a good story? Because I think not only do people... And there's a follow-up question to this, which I'm not going to tell you what it is yet. But what are the elements that make a good story? What actually makes a story work? And how do you tell one effectively? Russell: Yeah. First off, it's fascinating because I went through a very similar journey when I got in this world too. I remember going to my very first event. I saw people selling from stage, and seeing the numbers and doing the math, I was just like, "This is crazy. There's no way this actually works." And then I remember getting invited to speak at a seminar, and it was different because webinars are painful, but man, standing on stage and doing a pitch, and then it bombing was even worse. Because it's just like all these people, nobody moved, and it was just like... In fact, I remember I was like, "I'll never, after the first one, I'll never do this again." That was the worst experience ever. And that's when I joined the Dan Kennedy world, and they had this public speaking course. It was like 40 CDs. I remember the pack was like this thick of CDs. And I bought it because I was like, "I want to figure this thing out." I started listening to him. And I don't remember the course at all, other than this feeling of just like it's not teaching. Teaching is not what gets people to buy when you're on stage. It's telling these stories that connect with people. And it shifted my mindset, and so it shifted to the point where I went and tried again. And the next time I tried, I tried to weed these things in, and I got like six sales, a thousand bucks apiece. And I was like, "Oh, okay." Like I got the reward of like this actually worked. And then I was like, "Okay, do it again and do it again." And then you start getting obsessed with it. And then for me, most of my education for the next five years... Because there wasn't a lot of people that had courses on public speaking or things like that. There were a couple, but there wasn't a lot. I just went... And from a timeline, it was before the big 2000 whatever, the big crash in 2008 or whatever. And so there were events happening every single weekend. So I'd go to an event every weekend, and I would sit there and I would just watch the people speak. And I would watch what they were doing and then see how people would buy at the end. And people, the ones that had the big table rushes and stuff, I was like, "Okay, what did they just do? What'd they do to me? How did they do it? What did they say?" And I was like trying to dissect what they were doing. And then I would model that for my presentations. I'd be like, "Oh, I like how they did that part, how they told the story or how they got emotional." Sort of like just studying. McCall Jones calls it charisma hacking. I didn't know that's what it was at the time. But I was just watching how they did stuff and how it made me feel. And it wasn't just like selling from stage. I started watching religion people as well. Like some of the best presenters in the world are preachers and pastors and things like that. And I was watching just people speak and how they got me to feel and move, and how they told stories in a way that was exciting. And then so that's like this study I started going on. Then I met Michael Hague. I started learning about story structure. I was like, "This isn't just made up. There's actual structures and there's things in place. And this guy's way easier," because now I'm not just guessing. There's actually a pathway. Anyway, so that's kind of my history with it too, but it's fascinating. But I think that if I was to break it down into something for people to understand that's not complex but simple... Because you can go to the Expert Secrets book and it can get really complex. But the simplest form is that if somebody's coming to you, it's because they're looking for something different, right? They want change. They want more. There's some result. And I always think about this like on a mountain because Dan Kennedy used to talk about this. He's like, "You need to become the guru on the mountain. And people are going to come to the base of the mountain, and the closer they get to you up the mountain, the more they're going to pay." Right? So, the base of the mountain, they're paying a hundred bucks a month for a newsletter. And then they want to get closer, they pay 500 bucks a month, then a thousand bucks a month. And for whatever, for 50 grand, they can sit at your feet and talk to you." And he used to always talk about that guru on the mountain thing. And back when I was first studying this, the way people sold was different. It was much more like that. It was more of a status play like, "This is how successful and why you should come up here. And if you want to be like me, you got to come to me, pay me more money." And I never really resonated with that, partially because I'm awkward and I always felt awkward like positioning myself. So I never liked that, and so I started learning about story structure. It was cool because I realized that the positioning of you on the mountain, it's essential, right? But it's not like you sell from the top of the mountain, yelling down to the people. It's like people see you on the top of the mountain, and they're down here like, "I want to be up there." You're like, "Cool." And then it's you coming down off the mountain, running down to where they're at, and being like, "Okay, I know exactly where you're at. Let me tell you my story, because I was in your same spot at one time." Right? And that's the power. So, if you look at the way I do my presentations, I usually drop like one slide or one thing like, "Hey, this is the thing you want." Right? Like, "Cool, I've made whatever." Like I'll do my quick posturing just so they know that I've been to the top of the mountain they're trying to get to. But then I don't stay there. But again, if you watch the old-time speakers from the nineties and early 2000s, they would spend the 90-minute presentation talking about them on top of the mountain the whole time. And I just hate it. So I drop real quick, so you know that I know I've been where we're trying to get to, but I got to come back very, very quickly. And the story I'm telling you is the story, my story, of them. Right? I have to put myself in their spot. Like where was I when I went through the same thing? Because all of us, if you got to the top of the mountain, somewhere you had to start hiking. And you went through that journey to be the guru on the top. Right? And so it's like coming back and remembering where are they at or where were you at, telling your story. And if you tell it the way that they connect, they're like, "Oh my gosh, they are me. I was Russell. Russell went through this. He understands." And there's empathy. Then they trust you. Then they want to go on that journey with you. That's like when you came out and you started telling your story, it wasn't you posturing a position of how great you were. But it's like, "Hey, I've done this thing you're trying to figure out. But let me tell you my story and how I'm struggling, how I'm still struggling, the struggles I went through, and the pain and the fear." And all of sudden they're like, "Oh, I feel that too. I feel the pain. I feel the fear. I understand those things. This person understands me. I can trust them to take me on this journey because he's not going to be the person who's just positioning how great they are. It's someone who I have empathy with. They understand me." And that's the key. Because if they feel like you understand them, then they're going to go on that journey with you. And you do that by telling the story, like your version of their story. Because they're living it right now, and you've lived it the past. You've got to tell that in a way where they connect and now they're going to want to go on that journey with you. And that's kind of the key to it all. Josh: That's super, super interesting. Yeah. Because when I think about story structure, because I've like tried to simplify things down in my own head... Because it's always interesting, because I'll watch everything that you do, and so it's funny whenever I do presentations, people are like, "You're a mini Russell." I'm like, "Well, that makes sense actually. Right?" Like I've watched all this stuff, right? So, but for me, man, going through Expert Secrets, I don't know, it was probably the third or fourth or maybe even fifth time through before I finally actually was like, "Oh yeah, you actually do know what you're talking about." Because every step of the way I'd be like, "But my story doesn't fit in. That doesn't work." Or like, "Mine doesn't have that." Or like, "It's not that systematic." Or, "Russell, it's too much of a science. There's more of an art to it." And then I'd read about it and I'd be like, "This is so scientific." And then I'd watch you do it and I'm like, "That's so artistic." And I'm like, "But they're the same." Right? And so I would try to figure out ways to simplify it down to a way I can understand it. And then once I would understand it, I would plug it into yours, and then it would work. Right? And so for me, it was always like, okay, there's four parts. It's, "How did I get here?" Right? That's backstory. Like, "How did I get to right here right now?" That's like that. And then it's, "Where am I going?" Right? So, the goal, the desire. And then it's, "How am I going to get there?" New vehicle, new opportunity, right? And then it's, "What's it going to look like?" The vision, like what's it going to look like in the process of all that, so we can paint this thing and we get people emotionally attached? And so for me, in my brain... And they don't always happen in that sequential order. Like sometimes you start with the desire, and then you go back, but it has to have all four of those parts. And then I would take that and I would go, and then I would apply it to the Expert Secrets, and then it would start working. Right? I was like, "Oh my gosh, that's what Russell's doing here and here and here." And then you actually have this whole framework out about it, right? And I think one of the things for me is I always go... Because we've done book clubs on Expert Secrets. I teach stories in marketing. I teach stories in personal development. Like stories and storytelling is a big part of what I do now, especially over the last six months and moving forward. One of the questions that continues to come up is... Well, there's two parts. Let me start with the first one. "Hey, Russell, that's all great, but I'm not a leader. I'm not the attractive character that's the leader." Right? "I'm not the person that figured it out and am living my customer's journey." And there's actually a lot more of those people than I thought. I thought most people were leaders because that's what I was when I first got started. So my question is, do you tell this story a different way? Or how is the story different, how is it positioned differently, if you are not the leader? Because I know you're not in your story. You're the reluctant hero, right? And so I tell people, I'm like, "Before you start figuring out your story, you got to figure out what attractive character you're going to be." Right? And we go through the four inside of Expert Secrets. It's like there's the leader, there's the adventurer, there's the reporter, and then there's the reluctant hero. And what's interesting is early on in my journey, I was the hero. Right? I was the one, I was like, "Guys..." I was literally this broke kid, freaking living in a $500-a-month apartment with duct tape windows. And now I'm not, right? And Instagram was the thing, and social media, and here we go. Right? But as I evolved, then the podcast came. And without even realizing it, I became the reporter. Right? And so how does, based on your attractive character, how does that change the story or how you tell it? Russell: Yeah. And it's funny because mine's transformed, not only just throughout time, but in different situations as well. Right? Like sometimes I'm the attractive... You know, when I got started, say when I was an interviewer, so I interviewed people. So I was a reporter for a long time. But then I transitioned to like a reluctant hero. But there's other times, like if I'm on Hockey Live, I'm not the reluctant hero, right? At that time I've got to be the hero. Like I'm coming in and I'm setting authority because I've got a whole group of alphas in the room. And if I don't come there as like the head alpha, they will run me over. If you're like in a situation with Tony Adib, like if I'm that situation, I'm transitioning more back to reporter because I'm leveraging Tony's expertise and things like that. And so I'm going back as a reporter. Same thing with Dan Kennedy right now. You look at... It's fascinating. Like we just bought Dan Kennedy's company, right? We just launched the first Dan Kennedy new offer. By the way, if you're listening, go to NoBSLetter.com and go sign up. But yeah, like... Josh: By the way, make sure you go through my link. Russell: Yeah. But look at like how I've... It's /JoshForti, yeah. Josh: Yeah. Russell: But if you look at like how I'm positioning this offer, it's not me coming as like Russell's the alpha. Right? I'm coming back here as like, "This is my mentor. Boom. And I had this chance to acquire, but I'm going to go through 40 years of his stuff, and I'm bringing it back to you." And I'm pulling these things out, and this is what I learned from Dan and what I learned from Dan here." Right? And it's me coming back in a reporter role with my mentor, and that's how I'm introducing the world to him. So, it shifts, right? It shifts based on the story and the situation. Like what are you using it for? Right? Like I could've come in and be like... Because there's different posturing. Like I could've come in and been the hero and like, "I bought Dan's company. We bringing it back from the dead. Da, da, da." Like put it on me. But that story, first off, didn't feel good. But second off, it's not the story that needs to get people to move. The stories to get people to move is me giving homage to this guy who's changed my life, and now I'm going to be having the chance to bring these things back to you. Like me becoming the reporter back in that phase, in that business and that side, is a more powerful story to use. Right? And so it's all coming down to figuring out what's going to be the best story, right, in this situation and where you're at, and thinking through that. Because right now you're in a reporter role, but other times I still see you, you shift back over where you're running different things. So it's just trying to figure out what's... Again, these are all tools. I was talking to the Two Comma Club X members this week. And part of the group's doing challenges, part are doing webinars, part are doing different things. And they're like, "Which one should I do? Which one's the best?" I'm like, "No, it's not which one's best. These are tools. Like this is a hammer, this is a saw, and different jobs and different tools." And so it's like if I'm coming in here, I want a hammer, but over here I want a saw, and here I want a hammer and a saw, because I'm going to do this thing. Right? And same thing with stories, understanding that. Like your attractive character can shift. Mine's shifted more throughout time, but also situationally it shifts where it's like, okay, this is the role I need to be here, and it's okay to shift back to reporter. I've seen people, in fact... Well, can I drop names? Yeah. Who cares? So like Grant Cardone's a good example. I love Grant. Grant is like the leader, right? And at 10X, after we set all these sales records, Grant was going to shift to the interviewer and he was going to interview me. And it would've been a really fascinating thing for him to pick my brain and ask. And we sat down and we got in the thing, and he sat there for a second, and all of a sudden he was like, he didn't want to. He thought like shifting to the interviewer was a decrease in status. And he literally stopped before he started and said, "Actually I don't want to interview you. I'm going to have somebody else do it." And he got off the little thing, had somebody else come in, and that person interviewed me. And I was like, "Ah, dang it." It would've been so powerful for him. Josh: Come on, Grant. Russell: It would been so powerful for him, for his positioning, for people to connect with him better, if he would've come off like, "I'm Grant Cardone." You know, trade, come down for a second, and done the reporter, and been excited. Because he genuinely was excited. He, backstage, was freaking out. He was like, "I've never seen what you just did. That was amazing." Like it was this cool thing. And it humanized him for a minute. And he could have had that moment where he did it, and he didn't. Whereas me right now with Kennedy, I'm paying all homage to Dan. He's amazing. And it, first off, makes the offer better, makes the story better, but it also makes me more... People connect because now it's like they're the same thing. Like, "Oh my gosh. I have mentors. I can be excited about what they're learning." I don't have to posture all the time where I'm the only person. You know what I mean? Josh: Yeah. Well, it's super interesting that you say that because studying influencers has been something that I've kind of geeked out about. And one of the things you talk about in there, in Expert Secrets or whatever, is the attractive character has flaws. Right? And when the attractive character owns those flaws, it actually makes their supporters love them more. And what's interesting is that I've looked at people like Trump, and we're not trying to get political here in any way, shape or form, but one of the big criticisms of Trump, even from his own people, and I being one of those, is he never admits when he's wrong. He never will step down and even give the idea that somebody else could be right. And because of that, that actually hurts him a lot more in the long run than in the short, than it gains him in the short term. Right? And so it's that same concept. And then I look at someone like a Dave Portnoy, right? And do you follow Dave at all? Dave Portnoy? Okay. So he's the founder of Barstool Sports, and he's the one that did the Barstool Fund and everything like that or whatever. Here's a dude who, I mean, his fan base is not as large as Trump's, but as far as like fans and fans, people love Portnoy. Right? Like, I mean, there's his fans. But he makes fun of himself constantly, right? And he's constantly coming back and being like, "Yeah, I messed up." All of his bets are public because he owns like a gambling or a sports betting company. So you go to his Twitter and it's nothing but all of his wins and then all of his losses. Right? And so you can see both, and people just love it. And anytime people are trying to bash up on him, all of his supporters come and they're like, "Yeah, we know he's an idiot. Right? But he's an amazing idiot. Yeah." Right? And so it's like when you show that other side, people connect to you even better. And it's such a fascinating concept because it's opposite of what our brains think. You know what I mean? Russell: A hundred percent. It's counterintuitive. Like we want to always posture position, thinking that's the... It's just like the guru on the mountain we talked about, right? Like in the eighties, nineties, every expert wanted to be the person, the infallible expert up here at the top. But man, that's not what gets people to connect. It's the coming down and like, "Dude, I struggle too. I remember the pain. I remember the pressure, the fear, the scare, like all those things." And that's what connects people. People crave connection now. Maybe there was a time in history where people just wanted the other thing. But nowadays it's not that way. People connect with vulnerability. But it's hard, it's scary, because it's like... In fact, Natalie Hodson, I think she quoted Brene Brown, but she's the one that told me this. She's like, "When you're vulnerable, you feel small, but people looking at it, it feels makes you feel big to them." So it's a weird thing where you're like, "I feel horrible," but it makes them look at you and like, "Oh my gosh, this person's willing to say things I'm thinking in my head and I don't dare to talk about because of my own fear and anxiety and status, and all those kind of things." And it gives them that thing, and that's what gets people to connect with you. It's really fascinating. Josh: Yeah, for sure. For sure. Okay. Last piece on this, which will take up the rest of the time for sure, is the number one question that I get hands down when it comes to stories... I'm sure you've heard this a million times, but in the odd case that you haven't, Russell, your people want to know this. Okay? The number one question is: How do I know which story to tell? Russell: Ooh, that's good. Josh: Right? It's the hardest thing because people are like... And it's always hilarious because I'll sit down and I'll be like, "Well, what story are you trying to tell?" And they're like, "I don't know." And I'm like, "Well, here's your life story." And I will tell them because I'm like their coach and I've been around them for six weeks or whatever it is. And I'll go, "Here's your story. Boom, boom, boom." And I'll summarize their entire life in 30 seconds. And they're like, "How did you do that?" And I'm like, "Because it..." Well, anyway, I want to know the answer to their question. How do you know what story to tell? Because everybody has these. We're so close, right? And for me, I'm about to turn 28, right? My 28th birthday, we'll do a big birthday bash. Russ is coming on. It's going to be great. We're going to want to do podcasts. It's going to be so cool. Right? But it's like I've got 28 years worth of experiences. How do I know what to tell? Russell: Yeah. It's fascinating. When I wrote the first version of the Expert Secrets, I didn't know that was the question people had. I didn't even know how to answer. It never crossed my mind. And anyway, I wrote the second version of the Expert Secrets and I'd seen it, so I'd updated it. But no one ever commented. And it wasn't until... Actually, you came to it. You came to the most recent FHAT event I did, right? The expert one? Yes, okay. Josh: Yeah, not the e-com one, but yeah. Russell: Yeah. So the first time I shared that publicly was at that event, and I remember it was fascinating because Steven Larson is probably one of the people that have studied me the most. And he raised his hand like, "Oh my gosh." He's like, "I finally understand what story I'm supposed to tell." And that was coming from Steven who like... And I was like, "Interesting." So, this is the problem I think that... And I always tell people, "Tell your backstory. Tell the origin story." So they're like, "Okay. I was born in Provo, Utah, March 8th, 1980. It was a cold night." And they, they go back to there, right? Because they think that's the story, because I tell them, "Tell your origin story." And it wasn't until at that event... Again, I think, I'm pretty sure in the second version, the hardbound version of DotCom Secrets, it's in there. But it was that event where I really said, "The story you're telling is not like your origin story. It's your origin story of how you came upon or created or figured out your framework. It's your interaction with the framework you're sharing." That's the key, right? So, when I'm talking about the perfect webinar, for example, the origin story I'm telling is not my origin story. It's my origin story discovering this framework. So, for example, I went to Armand Morin's event and I saw people speaking on stage. I did the math, and then I spoke on stage, and I looked like an idiot. And I went back home, and then I bought Dan Kennedy's course. I realized it was wrong, and then I went through the thing. And so it's that story, it's how I learned or I earned this framework. Like how did I come up with... What was the things I went through to discover this gem that I'm bringing now from the top of the mountain down to them, saying like, "This is the thing I found out, and this is the story about how I found it. Let me share it with you." And be like, "Ooh, I want that gem. I want that gold nugget." And then they come with you on the journey to go and get that with you. So, that's the most simple way I've figured out how to explain it. I'm curious on your side, because you've explained versions of this as well, would you add to that or change it? Or what are kind of your thoughts on it? Josh: Well, so let me start by telling you the biggest struggle that I had. Like I'm talking for over a year of reading Expert Secrets, I struggled with one specific thing that I could not figure out, and it was the question that I wanted to ask you for the longest time. And then like right before we got an interview, I figured it out. I was like, "Oh my gosh." But it was I didn't understand the difference between the backstory and secret number one. And what I meant mean by that is like, to me, I'm like, "First you discover funnels, and then you teach them the framework for funnels. It's the same thing." But then you would say they're different. And I'm like, "How?" Right? Like I don't understand the difference between those two things. Now, at first I didn't understand it at all. And then kind of my first epiphany or my first breakthrough was, "Oh, wait, wait, wait, wait. First the backstory introduces the thing. And then secret number one has the framework for the thing." Right? And so then that was kind of my first realization of like, "Okay, these are separate. It's one, it's the thing. And then the framework for the thing." But then I would look at your webinar and I would go, "Russell, Russell, what's your framework? Like what's the framework to build a funnel?" I'm like, "It's hook, story, offer." That's what I thought, right? I'm like, "In order to build a good funnel, it's hook, story, offer." And then I was like, "Well, maybe that's not the framework. Maybe it's add all the upsells and break the beliefs, and then go through." And I was like... But no matter what it was, it was never... Like the framework for building a successful funnel was never to go and model somebody else's funnel, and then build all the up. I'm like, that's a thing, but that's not the parts of a funnel. Right? And so I got confused because I thought the framework that I was supposed to teach in secret number one was the parts of the thing, not the framework for how to build the thing. Right? And so I think one of the biggest 'aha' moments for me is like each part of the webinar that you're doing is its own separate section, and they build off of one another, but they're also each standalone. Right? And so I thought that the backstory or that the story that I told in the backstory was the story through the entire webinar, and it's not. Right? And so whenever I would hear you say, "Well, tell the backstory about how you learned it and how you earned it," I thought it was like that was the story for the webinar, and then I had to go through and tell each thing. And then I realized that there's a separate story for each thing. Right? There was a separate story for the backstory. And by the time you're done with the backstory... And I think it was you that said it. I go back and forth. I really like how Dan Henry explained some of the things specifically when selling courses, because that was the other problem, was you were selling a software and I was like, "Well, what happens if I'm not selling a software? Oh, crap. Where does it fit in?" Right? But I think it was you that said by the time you're done with the backstory, there's a percentage of your people that are ready to buy. And I'm like, "Whoa. That's the story that I've got to figure out." And so for me, I was like, "What is the story that I have to tell, that if I were not allowed to tell secret one, secret two or secret three, people just took me at my word that what I said was the solution to their problem? What's that story that I have to tell that people would go and buy?" And I became obsessed with that, and that's what I call a master story. Because I'm like, to me... And that's why I was telling you where I was geeking out about it. I'm like, to me, once I figure out that, and I've gone through and taught all these students how to teach stories, if I focus all of my time on the three secrets, we never get anywhere. Like literally. It's ridiculous. We'll spend so much time, and then they'll do the presentation and it won't work. But if I spend 80% of my time on just the backstory and we get that right, they basically figure out the other three secrets like that. And I spend 20% of my time in the other three secrets. Russell: That's fascinating. Josh: Yeah. Russell: Because I spend both of my time doing the three secrets, because that's where people get stuck on my side. But man, the way you frame that's really cool, because I always think about... There's different markets I go after, right? So if I'm going after like a beginner market, my first thing is telling the potato gun story, because it's like, "I had a potato gun, we had an upsell, da, da, da." And for beginner, like... Josh: Which 100%, by the way, 100% of what I've done... The last like six, three months I've been doing sales calls like crazy. Whenever I mention the master story, I go, "Hey guys, do you know Russell?" They're like, "What's the master story?" I'm like, "Do you know who Russell Brunson is?" They're like, "Yeah." I'm like, "Do you know the potato gun story?" 100% of the people say yes, every single time. There's not been a single person... I'm like, "That's his master story when it comes to funnels." Anyway. Russell: That's always interests me because I have a different master story if I'm going over like a more advanced audience, which is the master story of no VCs. Right? So it's like, "We're competing against InfusionSoft and all these things. They had a hundred million dollars in funding. We didn't have any money. We were broke. And so we put this thing together. Da, da, da." And they're like, "Now we get customers for free, and then they buy software." And that master story is what sells it to more of like the corporate, like the business owners who think through the world of like investing. So, that's story that I lead... If I talk about potato guns with them, they're lost, right? So again, it's like, people are like, "But I only have a story." It's like, "No, you have different stories. What are the stories that fit the audience?" Dan Kennedy 101, message to market match. Like how do you connect these things? Right? It's like here's the market I'm talking to. In fact, I think you know this. We bought Doodly.com and we bought like Brad Callen's whole company. And these people, I didn't realize at the time, I thought they were internet marketers using software to make sales videos. But no, they were actually course creators who don't know anything about marketing. And so I went and did my webinar pitch to these people and it bombed, and it was like the worst thing ever. And I was like, "What?" And it was like, "Oh my gosh. I didn't understand the market." And so I had to change. So we rewrote it, changed the story, changed the thing to match the market we're going after. And now it's converted really well. But it was like, it's just understanding that in every situation, like figuring out, "Okay, who am I actually speaking to? So there's the market. And what's the message, the story I think I have that's going to match that to then bring them into our world?" Because I'm selling the same product, no matter what, but there's different stories that's going to hit different markets as you go through. You'll probably hear me quote a lot more Dan Kennedy in your future, as I'm going through all his courses again right now, and having the time of my life with it. So... Josh: Yeah. Well, it's just interesting, just going back to that one concept of like the first core story, the master story, the backstory of it all. I think one of the big problems that I know I ran into this is, once again, I thought the whole webinar was designed to teach and educate. Like that's when I would introduce and teach it, the whole entire process. But it's not. Like secret one, secret two, secret three are designed to educate on the thing that you introduce in the backstory. Right? And for me, with the people I work with on a pretty consistent basis, it's like they don't understand that either. And so when I go in and I'm like, "No, no, no, no, no. Forget about teaching them about it. You have to teach them what it is, why it's so important." And I always go back to that story when you were like no one was buying it and then you're like, "Do you understand what I went through then?" I'm like, "That! That's what you're trying to create." It's like forget the framework for it. Forget how it works. Forget why it worked for them. Forget the external objections for a second or whatever. Like what do you have to do that, if you didn't get to do anything like that, how would you convince somebody that this is the most greatest, amazing thing, and then be like, "And just take my word for it that it's going to work for you." Like, what's that story that you would tell? And for me, once I identified that was what it was, and I started working on my students with that, all the rest of the webinars and find new challenges and everything became easy. Whether it was Catherine Jones when we worked with her, whether it was Brad Gibbon, casual tactics, like all of them, it was like, once we figured out that, then all the rest of the things fell into place. Russell: Yeah. It's fascinating because the reason why I bombed when I first started versus why I started studying dance stuff, is that realization of just like, "They haven't bought into the fact that they want to funnel yet or that they want weight loss or whatever the thing is." Like your only goal during the webinar or the challenge or whatever is to convince them that this is the vehicle that's going to be the most likely successful to get up on that mountain and get the result that they've been looking for. Because they've been looking for the result for a long time, right? I think Katlyn said the average woman goes on eight diets a year. Right? So it's like, now that they're like, "Oh my gosh, I'm going to lose weight." It's not like this, "Oh my gosh, I'm going to make money. Oh my gosh, I'm going to..." Like, they already want the result. They tried three or four other things. You're trying to convince them that your presentation or your challenge or whatever is to convince them that of all the different potential opportunities, that your new opportunity is the one that's most likely to get them success. And if they buy into that, then you can take them on the journey. But you start teaching around the gate. You're trying to take them on this journey, and they're like, "Wait, but there's like 10 other options. I don't think you're the right... I don't even know if you're the right option. I have no idea." So your job and your role is 100% only there to convince them that this is the most likely thing that's going to give them the success they're looking for. And yeah, then you won. Then you can bring them into world. Now you can serve them. Now you can change their life. But until you've sold them on the fact that your vehicle is the one that is most likely to give success, you can't serve them. You can't change their life. You can't do anything. And so that's what we got to become really good at is that transition. So, anyway, so fun. Josh: All right. Well, that'll wrap up the story episode there. I think that was really, really good. I think we got a lot accomplished. Russell: We should go, another time, or next time you're a voice, we should do like a half-day live with everybody on like the master story. That'd be fascinating to go deeper just on that, without the context of having to have all the rest of the webinar things. I'd love to geek out with you deeper on that. So, there's the thought. If you guys want more of that, you got to let me and Josh know, and maybe next time we're around some UFC fight or some fake YouTube boxing fight, we'll plan something fun like that. Because that'd be really cool to go deep on that. Josh: That fake YouTube boxer fight, that's 5 and 0, right? Oh, man. All right. Russell: All right. Thanks, you guys, for listening. If you enjoyed this, please let us know. Tag us on social. Tweet us out. Instagram us. YouTube... I don't know. All the different places. Josh: Don't tweet us. Russell won't tweet at you. He'll just fake like your tweets. Instagram? Instagram. Russell: Tweet at Josh, and then I'll share it. Josh: Yeah. Russell: My team will share it. Anyhow, let us know. We're enjoying doing these, and hopefully you guys love them as well. And the last way, if you want to help grow this podcast, please just tell other people about it. And yeah, that's all I got. Thanks, everyone. Thanks, Josh.

Starting 9
Starting 9 episode 295: Jonathan India & the HOF

Starting 9

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 127:09


Barstool Sports presents the Starting 9, featuring Jared Carrabis and Dallas Braden - the baseball podcast everyone wants but no one else will give you. This week's podcast features a discussion of the recent Hall of Fame results and what the Hall stands for in 2021; some managerial vacancy rumors: an interview with NL Rookie of the Year Jonathan India of the Cincinnati Reds (48:05) - and more!

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co
Previewing The Biggest Rough N' Rowdy To Date — DPS #61

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 61:19


On this week's pod, we're joined by Jersey Jerry and Jeff Nadu ahead of their headline RnR fight this Friday in West Virginia. We host a fight forum with questions for both fighters, discuss Dave's Art Basel weekend, and the recent success of Michigan and Patriots football. Support Our Sponsors Birddogs Go to https://barstool.link/Dave and use promo code DAVE. Felix Gray Go to FelixGrayGlasses.com/DAVE Roman Go to https://barstool.link/RomanDPS you can get your first month of Swipes for just $5, when you choose a monthly plan. Truebill Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling today at https://barstool.link/TBDPS Check out Barstool Sports for more: http://www.barstoolsports.com

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – December 2, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 122:14


Keith Olbermann's idiotic tweet, schools close over threats, Antonio Brown suspended, Jussie Smollett's trail, Alec Baldwin v. gun experts, a new Bonerline, and Maz checks in on the state of sports.It's Britney Spears birthday and the world has to know all about it.Demi Lovato is no longer 'California Sober'. They no longer support themselves.Oxford Updates: Keith Olbermann's stupid tweet tries tying the Oxford school shooting to Dave Portnoy, Barstool Sports and Donald Trump. 60+ local schools were closed follow new threats from idiot kids on social media. A few kids have been arrested today. A new pic of the murderer in Oxford.40 years ago, Drew never would have thought the guy who shot the President would have 1,000 fans of his music... not because of the technology advancements but because he SHOT THE PRESIDENT.High Five Guy wants to donate a washing machine to an animal shelter in our name to settle his failed OSU over Michigan bet before going double or nothing next year."Alec Baldwin Unscripted" drops tonight. A TV show because a woman was killed by a celebrity.Jussie Smollett trial updates. Things get hot and steamy in a bathhouse.There is no sponsor for the Bonerline today. Anyway, call 209-66-Boner.There is too much entertainment these days.ABNN: Antonio Brown has been suspended for violating COVID rules.In other COVID news, LeBron James is in protocol as is Detroit Red Wing, Tyler Bertuzzi.RIP Gunner Ross.Tom Mazawey joins the show to complain about the MLB lockout, complain about Brian Kelly, complain about Antonio Brown, complain about Jon Gruden's firing, complain about Lia Thomas complain about the Detroit Lions, complain about bowl games, complain about China and much more.The NBA is in love with China.Michael Sanchez sold his sister's text messages (including Jeff Bezos penis pics) for $200,000.00.Adam Levine figured 42 is the perfect age to get a stupid face tattoo. Post Show Edit: Apparently it's fake. Real cool, dude.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

KFC Radio
Pat Has White Trash Body Hair Ft. Pat and Joey Camasta, Heather Mcmahan, & Colum Tyrrell

KFC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 234:22


- Spotify wrapped - KFC and Nick play a cruel prank on Pavs - The Book of John - Bill Parcells changes his name from Duane Parcells because he looked like another guy named Bill - The Constitution is on sale?? - Pat and Joey Camasta come on the show and talk gooner faces, does gay sex last longer, a**holes, cancelling people at Barstool Sports, and much more ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 0:00. - Intro 1:49 - Spotify Wrapped 08:04 - Prank on Pavs 46:34 - The Book of John 01:07:58 - Pat and Joey Camasta 01:45:29 -AITA 01:55:11 - Video Voicemails ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Gage Diamonds: Go to https://barstool.link/GageDiamondsKFC or use promo code KFC for 20% off. MVMT: Go to https://barstool.link/MvmtKFC! Nectar Sunglasses: Go to https://barstool.link/NectarBSS today for 40% off this holiday season and use code Barstool to get free shipping! Roman: Go to https://barstool.link/RomanKFCRadio you can get your first month of Swipes for just $5, when you choose a monthly plan. Sezzle: Go to the Barstool Sports Store and shop now, pay later with Sezzle

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co
Barstool Gaming Employees Get In Screaming Match — DPS #60

The Dave Portnoy Show with Eddie & Co

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 85:03


We're back after Thanksgiving week to discuss Dave's mishap over the holiday, Gaz's escapade with Rick Ross in Miami, and the results of the huge Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend. Smitty and Devlin get into a heated argument over internal problems surrounding Barstool Gametime. Support Our Sponsors Birddogs Go to https://barstool.link/Dave and use promo code DAVE. Black Rifle Coffee Company Go to https://barstool.link/BRCDPS and use code DAVE today and get the freshest coffee in America shipped to you! ZipRecruiter Go to https://barstool.link/ZipRecruiterPortnoy and you can try ZipRecruiter FOR FREE. Check out Barstool Sports for more: http://www.barstoolsports.com