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Before tonight's guest, John Kershaw, had his 1st Dogman encounter, he thought the idea that they could be out there was a complete joke. Well, 1 day, when he was fishing from his kayak, in a river system, in Western Sydney, Australia, he had an experience that changed his paradigm on their existence. 3 days after that, he had another encounter. That time, after hearing something that he could tell was ambulating bipedally; something that he could tell was heavy as a horse, he saw the source of those heavy footsteps. It was a 10-foot-tall Dogman. Luckily, John was able to pull his phone out and snap a few pictures of it. I'm going to display those pictures on the YouTube version of tonight's show, at the 32:14 time stamp. To listen to the GoPro audio John recorded, when he had his 1st encounter, please go to… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieKLMaJ8jOUTo visit John's YouTube Channel, Creepers Cryptid & Paranormal Corner, please go to… https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-50plvH_T3ppVSSd-NQVpA/videosPremium memberships are now available! If you'd like to be able to listen to the show without ads and have full access to premium content, please go to https://DogmanEncounters.com/Podcast to find out how to become a premium member.If you'd like to help support the show, by buying your own Dogman Encounters t-shirt, sweatshirt, tank top, or coffee mug, please visit the Dogman Encounters Show Store, by going to https://Dogman-Encounters.MyShopify.com If you've had a Dogman encounter and would like to speak with me about it, whether you'd like to keep your encounter confidential or be interviewed on a show, please go to https://DogmanEncounters.com and submit a report. If you've had a Sasquatch sighting and would like to be a guest on My Bigfoot Sighting, please go to https://MyBigfootSighting.com and submit a report. I produce 3 other podcasts. Below, you'll find links to them.My Bigfoot Sighting... https://spreaker.page.link/xT7zh6zWsnCDaoVa7Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio... https://spreaker.page.link/WbtSccQm92TKBskT8My Paranormal Experience... https://youtube.com/channel/UCyxVu8_b4yxLHcZ1fNPmRkAThanks for listening!
Flip The Switch - It's Time to go PRO! (EP#501) COACH BURT HAS A SIMPLE PHILOSOPHY “Everybody needs a good coach in life.” Those that have great coaches outperform those that don't 3-4X and out earn those that don't 3-4X.Burt is both INTENSE and POSITIVE and many like his authentic nature and pure coaching skills of packaging and delivering content in ways that get people to take action and get results.Coach Micheal Burt is considered “America's Coach,” a unique blend of a former championship basketball coach combined with a deep methodology of inner-engineering people to produce at a higher level in the business world. Coach Burt found his unique voice early in life at the age of 15 by starting his basketball coaching career with a junior pro basketball team.
In this episode we talk about long term trends. These are trends that play out over a long period of time - think 10, 20, 30+ years. This is an incredibly insightful episode, and will be especially relevant if you have a reasonably long time horizon to invest. We speak to Steph Perrin again, who is a Global Equities Analyst at Milford Asset Management. She talks about the trends that she thinks we should be paying attention to, and looking for opportunities in. This is an awesome episode to help you grasp the concepts of trends, and will give you some really cool investment ideas. Even Vic took notes in this episode! ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks so much to our friends at Stake for sponsoring this podcast. When you sign up to Stake, you get a free stock in one of Nike, Dropbox, GoPro or a mystery stock, when you use the code 'thecurve' and fund your account within 24 hours: https://hellostake.com Raising The Curve has been prepared solely for informational and educational purposes. Any information provided and serviced described in this website are intended to be of general nature and provide general information only. The opinions expressed by The Curve do not constitute investment advice.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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What do the George Foreman Grill, GoPro Camera, and OxiClean have in common?I bet you said they are all billion-dollar brands, and you are right.But they all reached that success thanks to the amazing talents of my friend Rick Cesari who is on the show today.He is a video marketing legend that has helped build many iconic brands that you know, like the Juiceman Juicer, Sonicare Toothbrush, George Foreman Grill, OxiClean, Rug Doctor, GoPro, Momentus Golf, Clarisonic, Dormeo, and many, many more.There's no person alive today that has sold more products through video than Rick. He has been a leader in the direct-to-consumer marketing industry for more than 25 years.I also had the great honor of co-authoring The Amazon Jungle book with Rick, where we combined our skills and expertise to help amazon sellers navigate the marketplace.In this episode, we discuss the elements that you need in a video in order to communicate in an authentic way to your potential customer that your product is for them.Tune in to learn more from the legend himself!Key Takeaways- Historical perspective on the evolution of direct response marketing (02:53)- The power of a story in video marketing (09:18)- How to use Amazon reviews, ratings, and questions for your video marketing (12:22)- Creating the famous George Foreman TV commercial (18:19)- Learning how to sell and overcome objections (22:11)- Features tell, benefits close the sale (30:39)- Marketing spending anywhere drives sales everywhere (38:56)- Multi-purposing your video content across different channels (44:18)- Video tip of the day (47:03)- How video has changed everything (48:06)Additional resources:- Connect with Rick Cesari and buy his books at: rickcesari.com or email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org- Schedule a FREE consultation with the Ave7 team- Grab the FREE Amazon Seller Central Checklist- Get the book “The Amazon Jungle” book by Jason Boyce- Learn more about Avenue 7 Media----Day 2 Podcast has a goal of helping Amazon sellers learn how to launch, grow and protect their brand on the world's largest online marketplace (and beyond).Follow us on your favorite podcast platform so you never miss an episode!
We love streaming services but research has revealed many are freeloading on someone else's account, we check out the chair that can help you work in comfort, DJI released its new action camera on the same day as GoPro, we give you our verdict on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, Uniden has released a new high-tech baby monitor, Samsung's portable storage solutions that can handle anything and still keep your data safe and we'll answer all your questions in the Tech Guide Help Desk.
GoPro e DJI lanciano le nuove action cam sul mercato, quali sono le novità? Spoiler: nessuna. • Seguici su Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/crope_/ • In live su Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/crope_studio Un podcast di @Crope con @Emanuele Di Mare e @Simone Cioè #podcast #fotografia #videomaking #crope
We love streaming services but research has revealed many are freeloading on someone else's account, we check out the chair that can help you work in comfort, DJI released its new action camera on the same day as GoPro, we give you our verdict on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, Uniden has released a new high-tech baby monitor, Samsung's portable storage solutions that can handle anything and still keep your data safe and we'll answer all your questions in the Tech Guide Help Desk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
En este episodio viajamos en el tiempo desde 2017 y revisamos el "Momentum Tecnológico" recordamos episodios que explicaban hace casi 4 años lo que lanzaron en 2022.Evidentemente no hay innovación, ni mejoras, ni algo revolucionario, recorre conmigo este análisis y participa comentando.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJi_0cravkg&ab_channel=idearVloghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tafzQKo3_hw&ab_channel=idearVloghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Yvi4X0S3VU&ab_channel=idearVlogY no te olvides de VER y disfrutar de todo esto en el canal!! Te dejo el link de IDEARVLOG
00:00 Intro y encuesta 02:28 Se filtra quién fabricará los nuevos chips de Apple y Google 05:21 Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 podría llegar hasta 3.5 GHz 07:45 GoPro lanza 3 nuevas cámaras de acción 13:24 DJI lanza una nueva cámara de acción 18:02 Amazon lanza un nuevo Kindle 20:06 Walmart lanza aplicación para probarte ropa desde tu casa
En esta emisión de Autos y más, algunos datos que posiblemente desconocías de Mustang. Hablamos del lanzamiento de 3 versiones de cámaras de GoPro. Toyota Corolla Gazoo Racing ofrece 3 versiones. nuevo integrante a la familia de Jeep.
On the show this week we're sifting through the huge amount of products being announced in time for your Christmas shopping. Razor has a new eScooter with a seat, Amazon release a new Kindle, Sonos have a new subwoofer, D-Link want to solve your Wi-Fi woes and DJI and GoPro go head to head with new action cameras. Also, is digital art, created by AI, real art? Don't forget to leave a review and feel free to contact me directly at any time. You can follow Geoff Quattromani on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/gquattromani or Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/gquattromani on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GeoffQuattromani --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/technologyuncorked/message
There have been game and tech launches galore this week, with Pocket-lint's own Luke Baker joining host Rik Henderson in the studio to talk about the new GoPro Hero 11 cameras.Rik also chats with Activision's head of mobile, Chris Plummer, about the unveiling of Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, which is coming to Android and iPhone in 2023.And, Britta O'Boyle reviews the iPhone 14 Pro after using one as her main handset for the last week or so. Find out what she thinks about it and the new Dynamic Island.Visit us at pocket-lint.com, check out our latest videos at youtube.com/pocketlintcom, and sign up to our daily newsletter at pocket-lint.com/info/newsletter.*** Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to the Pocket-lint Podcast. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! ***Hosted by Rik HendersonProduction and editing by Rik HendersonGuests: Luke Baker, Chris Plummer, Britta O'BoyleMusic by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
En el Top Tecnología de hoy te contamos que una marca está diseñando su fragancia distintiva. Por otro lado, GoPro anunció nuevas cámaras y, en noticias no tan buenas, Twitter perdió un centro de datos a causa del calentamiento global. Si quieres saber más sobre estas noticias entra a Expansión.mx/tecnologia y síguenos en nuestras redes @ExpansionMx, @Gin_jabbab, @Guarolf y @Eresinaeresina.
Con una singolare contemporaneità, GoPro e DJI hanno presentato i loro nuovi prodotti, con caratteristiche peculiari davvero molto interessanti. Arrivano le prime recensioni su iPhone 14 pro, a breve anche quella di mister gadget.Per leggere la trascrizione completa: https://www.mistergadget.tech/114439/novita-action-cam-da-gopro-a-dji-podcast/
Apple's new phone feeling is available to everyone with an iPhone 8 or later, with iOS 16 now out. Trev and Steve talk about what's new, whats great and what to look out for. There's research showing we're keen for eSIM, just what does that mean? GoPro comes out with the Hero 11 and there's something new, something smaller coming too! Sonos launches a new smaller Sub, Netflix with ads - what will that look like, some insights from ad-land, and the iPhone 14 our first thoughts.
China approves new games from NetEase and Tencent for the first time in over a year, NIST and Google partner on nanotechnology semiconductor designs, and DJI and GoPro announce new action cams. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a month here. A special thanks toContinue reading "China Approves New Games From Tencent and NetEase – DTH"
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L'info qu'il faut - 30 minutes à changer dans votre quotidien pour être plus heureux et en meilleure santé - Pourquoi plus de bébés naissent le 23 septembre ? Le winner du jour : - Un ours débarque à l'anniversaire d'un petit garçon et dévore les gâteaux - Il s'amuse à lâcher des pets "irrespectueux" sur son lieu de travail et se retrouve licencié La Chronique d'Ana : Sabine la fofolle et Calogero Le savoir inutile : la pandiculation Le devinez-quoi : Chaque minute dans le monde, elles sont 177 à être vendues ? La chanson du jour : Jackie Deshannon "What the World Needs Now is Love" Le bonus du Double Expresso : le dirty Soda Les pourquoi de Max : "dans le plus simple appareil" Les coffres à jouet : Aurélie et Clémence d'Amiens remporte une caméra GO PRO. La Banque RTL2 : Sandrine de Plelo près de Saint Brieuc remporte une télévision the Frame.
This year marks GoPro's 20th year. It's been an interesting journey for a company that has become synonymous with a specific product category for well over a decade.
Alex and Hereditary Chief George Quocksister Jr. used GoPro cameras and divers to record what was happening underneath the fish farms. When the footage was shown to First Nations communities, there was shock and sadness, then anger. Fish with holes in their bodies, chunks missing from their faces, barely moving and close to death. A group of young First Nations people felt the pull to defend the wild salmon and they occupied one fish farm, then two, then three. They stayed 270 days before Marine Harvest got an injunction to force them to leave.We are crowdfunding to cover the cost of this podcast. If you'd like to contribute, as little as five dollars per month can help support this work: https://www.nationalobserver.com/donate/podcasts.
Picking successful stocks can feel overwhelming, but a great place to start is by looking at current and future trends. In the investing world, these can be grouped into two main buckets: short and long terms trends. In this episode we were lucky enough to talk to Steph Batchelor who is a Global Equities Analyst at Milford Asset Management. She explains the importance of understanding short term trends, and how as investors we can use them to help us pick successful stocks. In next weeks episode we will go over long terms trends. Hint: if you can find a stock that fits into of these buckets, that's generally when the magic happens! ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks so much to our friends at Stake for sponsoring this podcast. When you sign up to Stake, you get a free stock in one of Nike, Dropbox, GoPro or a mystery stock, when you use the code 'thecurve' and fund your account within 24 hours: https://hellostake.com Raising The Curve has been prepared solely for informational and educational purposes. Any information provided and serviced described in this website are intended to be of general nature and provide general information only. The opinions expressed by The Curve do not constitute investment advice. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Time codes: 1:00 - Introduction to Steph Bachelor who is an analyst at Milford. 5:00 - What are short and long term trends? 6:45 - Understanding short term trends. 8:00 - Examples of short term trends 12:00 -The Peloton went up 600% from March-Dec in 2020. 14:00 - DIY as a short term trend 17:00 - Inflation as a short term trend 18:00 - Brand power and loyalty - how these brand survive inflationary environments 24:00 - More examples of short term trends (invasion of Ukraine impacting oil prices) 27:00 - The great resignation - another short term trend 31:00 - A peep behind the scenes into Vic's job 33:00 - Intuition is is important when it comes to investing 34:00 - Oat milk - the trend we all could have spotted! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Abernathey is the man behind the Destination Elk camera. Fresh off filming Corey Jacobsen and Donnie Drake's elk hunt in Alaska, John and I talk angles, gear, editing, software and tips for filming hunts. We discuss GoPro audio, DSLRs, filming in the rain, and what happens when Corey goes into predator mode. This episode originally aired last September, but it's one of the most popular and since it's filming season, I'm re-releasing this excellent episode with John. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
今年iPhone在美國也有很好的優惠，高達$1000美金。特斯拉大手筆準備在加州加蓋4座大型超充站，而且會有CCS。 DJI/GoPro都選在9/14發表新產品。 買杯咖啡支持我喔. http://buymeacoff.ee/bosshu YouTube: 胡老闆 BossHu IG: @master_bosshu FB: 胡老闆 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bosshu/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bosshu/support
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In this episode, Matt and Nick take an article from HubSpot which gives several good marketing ideas to brands, and break them down about how those same ideas could be used in the local church. They also discuss how social and short form video is affecting the attention span of people and what that means for churches moving forward. SHOWNOTES HUBSPOT ARTICLE REFERENCED: https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/short-form-video-trends?utmcampaign=Marketing%252520Blog%252520-%252520Daily%252520Emails&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=219842216&utmsource=hs_email TIMECODES 00:00-02:26 Intro and Short Form Video Trends 02:26-03:56 Why Short Form is the most effective 03:56-07:16 What htis means for church services 07:16-11:08 How churches can use trendy content 11:08-14:04 Brand Challenges 14:04-17:46 Use of Influencers 17:46-24:06 Product Teasers 24:06-26:38 User Generated Content 26:38-29:57 Behind the Brand Videos 29:57-34:13 More Educational Videos 34:13-37:31 What plaforms should we use besides TikTOk and Reels? 37:31-38:29 Outro TRANSCRIPT Nick Clason (00:01): What is up everybody. Welcome to episode eight of the hybrid ministry podcast with me as always on these glorious mornings, Matt Johnson sipping his coffee. Matt, what type of coffee are you drinking this morning? Matt Johnson (00:17): Uh, I am drinking a local light roast from around here that supports, um, kid cancer whenever you buy it. So, wow, Nick Clason (00:28): Dude, you're such, you're such a good citizen of the world. Matt Johnson (00:33): Don't know about that, but you know, I love good cause Nick Clason (00:36): Is it, is it hot or ice this morning? Matt Johnson (00:39): It's hot this morning cuz I was in a rush. So I just, you know, grinded up my beans and threw it in the Keurig real quick. Nick Clason (00:45): Nice. Um, well I don't, I don't know if mine supports anything, but I roasted it yesterday in my garage. So there you go. There's that I guess Matt Johnson (00:55): Supports you. Nick Clason (00:56): Yeah, it does. Matt Johnson (00:58): Nick Clason (00:59): And I, so I, we were at summer camp two weeks ago and I roasted a gigantic batch. Um, and I brought it to camp and I thought I was gonna be safe, but then all the leaders wanted to try my, my freshly roasted coffee, which is fine. I wanted to, you know, I wanted to share with the people, but that's the yesterday was the first time I'd roasted since camp, cuz I I'd just, you know, it was my birthday in between there. So I got a couple bags of coffee. So I've been been using that. So here we go. No one cares, but that's, that's the low down on my coffee situation. Matt Johnson (01:30): I love your coffee situation. Nick Clason (01:32): well today, uh, we wanted to talk about short form video trends because we haven't talked about short form video enough, right? Matt Johnson (01:44): Nope. Not even close. Nick Clason (01:45): No. Well, and even though we have it's, it is everything right now on social media and on the internet. And so we wanted to, um, we have, there's a, a HubSpot article that came out a couple of weeks or months ago and I wanted I'll link that in the show notes. So you guys can check that out hybrid ministry.xyz, but also, uh, I wanted to go through that and then kind of bring some of the, bring some of our like church ideas kind of into that. So mm-hmm so that's what we're gonna be talking about today. Um, so let's just dive into it. You ready? Matt Johnson (02:24): I'm ready. Nick Clason (02:25): Let's do it. So, uh, the first thing is that 85% of marketers say that short form video are the most effective format of video on social media. Well actually mm-hmm, not even video most Matt Johnson (02:40): Effective just general Nick Clason (02:41): Format on social media, 85%. That's crazy. Mm-hmm what are those other 15% even trying to say? Do you know Matt Johnson (02:50): Um, the other 15% aren't being seen I'll tell you that, um, I've even seen people that are doing static images as videos now. So that's kind, that's just kinda the world we're in. Nick Clason (03:03): So they literally post like a JPEG and turn it into a video. Matt Johnson (03:08): Yeah. So they'll like, you know, fade in the text or whatever. And you're like, this is literally just a static image with text that fades in Nick Clason (03:15): all all to be seen by short form video. Is that just because the algorithms have changed? Is that because of the popularity of TikTok? Is that like what what's behind that? Do you feel, Matt Johnson (03:27): Uh, it's a hundred percent TikTok. Um, you can see every big, uh, organization has been trying to mimic TikTok. You saw it with Instagram, with reels, YouTube was shorts, um, Facebook with their promotion of just video in general. So it immediately, once TikTok blew up the way it did. Cause it's been a long time since we've seen a social media channel grow as quickly as TikTok did. Yeah. Everyone had to get back on board with it. Nick Clason (03:56): Yeah. It says there's a quote in here that says the growth of social media is causing the human tension span to become shorter and shorter. So leveraging the power of short form video content will give you a leg up on the competition and help you engage your audience. And so mm-hmm, what, like, do you feel like that is a threat to, uh, the traditional in room church gathering 35 minute sermon model Matt Johnson (04:27): A hundred percent. Yeah. That's something that I don't think we're talking enough about as a church. Um, instead of actually, you know, trying to cater to this, you know, new generation, uh, millennial, gen Z gen alpha that are their short, their attention spans are shortening we've I've noticed church sermons are getting longer or um, oh, we'll just have more production into it, you know, more lights, more action. But um, if you're live experience, isn't on par with, uh, you know, like a big live concert almost at this point or short, you're not gonna be able to capitalize on it. So just an unfortunate world we are in right now. But uh, I think there's some creative solutions that we could figure out and that some of these tasks out there can help us figure out. Nick Clason (05:13): Yeah. How, how do like where's the line though? You know, like where's the line on, like we need to cater to them versus like, you know, preaching, biblical content is still meaningful and important and we should still do that as well. You know what I mean? Like when I feel like that probably just has to happen at every church's, uh, like value level, they just have to have that conversation and be like, well, this is what the world is seeing, but this is where like we're gonna stake our claim or whatever, you know? Cause I do think we can get into a slippery slope there and just be like, well, sermons are gone, you know? And I dunno that we're trying to, I dunno that we're trying to say that either. You know what I mean? I think that we should be, be cognizant of where that, where that line is. Matt Johnson (05:59): I think the big thing that people, and this is a way bigger tangent than what we had planned on, but Nick Clason (06:05): For sure, I didn't even know we were going this way. Matt Johnson (06:08): I think a big thing that we're at to figure out as, uh, as churches is just what, what is that next iteration of the sermon that we can figure out? So I don't think we need, you should at all straight away from biblical teaching and biblical truth. And if you're shying away from talking about Jesus at your church, I strongly feel like you're failing as a church. Like yeah, people wanna hear about Jesus when they're at church, they wanna hear about the Bible, it's the way you deliver it. So I just think we have to start kind of figuring out what, uh, your sermon 2.0 would be like, and I do not have a solution for that at all. Um, you know, someone will figure it out and they'll blow up and we'll all go and then everyone will copy them for the next 10 years. So Nick Clason (06:55): Yeah, but in the meantime, like there are solutions to the, the hybrid kind of side of it, right? The, what happens, what happens Monday through Saturday, the days you're not in the auditorium the days you're not at church and that's really where kind of this article comes in. So mm-hmm, uh, they say that this, this article also has another stat, says 63% of marketers say that trendy content related to cultural moments and news stories generate the most video engagement. So that's really what that's saying. If I'm understanding that statistic correctly is just that like things that are relevant tend to perform the most. Like if it copies a, if it copies a trend or if it copies a dance or if it copies a, a song that, or, you know, a sound that's going viral, like those are the ones that perform better on average Matt Johnson (07:48): Mm-hmm . Yep. Yep. Definitely. So that's something you gotta keep in mind too. So that is the majority still. It's not like the, um, it's not like 75% though. 63%. That's a still, that's a pretty good percentage of people that, of your content that should be probably more trendy relevant rather than just original stuff that you're trying to get relevant. Nick Clason (08:11): Yeah. And that's gonna require someone to kind of have their finger on the pulse of that. You're not just going to like pull open TikTok and like no trends. Matt Johnson (08:21): Uh, yeah. And that's, that's gonna be the biggest challenge. Yeah. Mm-hmm Nick Clason (08:25): Yeah. So who is that person? And there's probably, there's probably a young person in your church that, that does know that, you know, whoever you are listening to this, whether that's you or you're in leadership at your church, like that's a, that's a, there's a person out there that you can probably delegate that to, or at least tap into their knowledge. Cuz I actually, you know, this is the, here's a great case study for this. So I post on TikTok all the time, uh, at our church and I was posting and um, these students of mine were like, you should do this. And I was like, no, no. I was like, this is what's working on our TikTok. And I'd like, told them this thing. They're like, what? I can't remember. They basically like, no you're wrong. We just need to do this thing. And I was like, whatever, I didn't have, like, I didn't have a plan for like my next post anyway. So I was like, that's fine, whatever. We'll just do it. And so we did it and it was by that night it was the number one video on our TikTok channel Matt Johnson (09:25): and they Nick Clason (09:27): Were like freaking out about it. They're like sending me screenshots. I'd like, Nick, this is the number one video on our to channel. And I was like, yeah, I'm an idiot. You guys are smarter Matt Johnson (09:37): Than me. when it comes to having yeah. When it comes to having the finger on the pulse of trends, your students are gonna be the people that know what's going on. Nick Clason (09:46): Yeah. Which I posted something on our Twitter the other day and there's like, you know, TikTok ideas, like short form video ideas. And one of them basically is like, ask your youth group smiley face. Matt Johnson (09:57): Yep. Nick Clason (09:58): Just go to them, like stop putting some 35 year old in charge of, of TikTok. Like go ask the 15 year olds who are spending all hours of all days on it. They will bring you the trends. They'll bring you the ideas and Matt Johnson (10:12): Exactly Nick Clason (10:12): Crap, dude. They'll probably even like do it for you if you want 'em to like Matt Johnson (10:16): Yeah. Which is actually one topics we talk about. Yep. Nick Clason (10:20): And, and that's what man, we talk about that, or that's been talked about in like the growing young study by four youth Institute, Kara Powell, all those people, they talk about this idea of key chain leadership, like give, give the, the students who have, uh, some level of authority and responsibility within their church are more inclined to stick with their faith. Mm-hmm so if you give them some sort of ownership of it, you know, but oftentimes I think we just shy away from that because they could make us look bad or they could do something that we don't know or trust, but you know, that's a, it should, church should be a safe place for them to express that and, and try things and fail and, and all those things. So. Matt Johnson (11:05): Yep. Exactly. Nick Clason (11:06): Yeah. All right. So, um, let's look at these six ideas. Um, and we're gonna talk about, we're gonna talk about six short form video trends to look out for. Uh, the first one is brand challenges. So Matt talk about what a brand challenge is for just a second, so that us, uh, layman and idiots know what that even means. Matt Johnson (11:32): Yeah. So a brand challenge, um, is essentially taking the viral content idea. So if you, if you're li if you're listening to this and you have no idea how TikTok works TikTok, you can actually search stuff by like dances songs and sounds, um, which is what makes it stick out from a lot of the other social media platforms. So it's not like based off of hashtags or actually trying to search, or you can search things off of filters. Like that's like the world of TikTok. So you can search actually based off of the content. So as a brand, you could create like a brand challenge sound. So let's go back to, um, a couple years ago in the ice bucket challenge. Okay. And how big that got before the world of TikTok. Now think if your brand could actually mimic the success of the ice bucket challenge on TikTok and how big that could actually get. Matt Johnson (12:32): Uh, so it's really taking this idea of, Hey, we're challenging you to, uh, you do something, whatever that looks like. So a great way you could do this as a church is we wanna challenge you to, uh, talk to God five times this week. Um, or, Hey, we wanna challenge you to pray twice this week. Like you can come up with some spiritual challenges that people can do, or you can come up with some church challenge or like more outreachy challenges. So like, um, we wanna challenge you to, you know, see with Jesus' eyes five times this week and help somebody on the street. Um, so it's like starting to be more cognitive, uh, to help people be more cognitive of like their day to day. Uh, another good example of this is like Colgate for mother's day. They did like this huge make mom smile challenge, which was really a challenge to just post photos of your mom or a video of your mom on TikTok. Matt Johnson (13:34): And it was for mother's day in Colgate, you know, make mom smile, get white teeth. I don't know, but it was really just a way to get people to post their mom and everyone's gonna post their mom. So, or you could come up with a challenge like who you're praying for this week, post a photo of who you're praying for this week or a video of who you're praying for this week or a video of who you're bringing to youth ministry this week. I'm not gonna see these challenges are gonna go viral. Like, you know, um, the ice bucket challenge, but they could go viral in your church. And that's really the, all that you need right now. Nick Clason (14:04): Yeah. Yeah. All right. So, wow. I got super echoy. I had to move cuz my kids came down the basement. Yeah, Matt Johnson (14:13): You got real echoy. Sorry. Nick Clason (14:16): Um, the next one it talks about, it talks about influencer ads. So mm-hmm, um, obviously we're a church. We're not trying to be influencers mm-hmm but what, like what would be something that we could do in the church with, with that idea? Matt Johnson (14:36): Yeah. So influencer marketing is always going to give you a higher ROI, always. Um, yeah. That's just because think about the people you trust and how you take, you know, what they say higher than others. So, good example of this in the church world is, you know, Lee Stroble is a massive influencer for the Christian community or Dave Ramsey. Um, so if you like got buy-in from them, you're probably more likely going to like purchase whatever, you know, these stro or Dave Ramsey's talking about. Um, now in your world, let's say we're at a church of, you know, let's say really small church just planted. I have 80 people at my church. You're probably not gonna be able to get a Lee Stroble to talk about your church. I mean, if you got Lee stro, talk about your church, that's a big deal. Nick Clason (15:29): Well, and I mean, what's that thing, that cameo thing you could do that Matt Johnson (15:33): You could do a cameo. Yeah. But uh, usually Lee Strobel, cuz you know, I've worked with him, his, uh, the asking price could be a little high for his ads and that's because he is Le Strobel. Yeah. Um, and he did a lot of stuff for favors for us though. Cause he is a really nice guy, but like we also like getting him just speaking, you know, it costs money. I mean he's worth it, whatever. Um, so how can you do influencer marketing in your church? Well, your pastor can be considered an influencer. Um, he, I mean, obviously he's probably the big influencer on your campus. Uh, so you start using him in a more strategic option to like promote stuff. You could also, if you really wanna get creative, find these people that you would call influencers in your church. So let's say this is gonna sound real bad, Nick, and you can push back all you want. Matt Johnson (16:28): Cause this is definitely like going to a weird space with your youth group. But as a youth leader, I, um, you could definitely find the popular kid yeah. And get the popular kid to, you know, start pushing stuff on like be your influencer for you. Um, yeah. Yeah. Now we don't wanna play favorites or anything like that obviously. But at the same time, if you know, like, Hey, if I got, let's say Abigail, for instance, to like get on board for this, I know she would get like 12 other people to get on board for this. That's a good use for influencer marketing. So think of influencer marketing on a small scale at your church that could grow into a bigger scale and just make that short term, uh, short form video. Like that's the key to all this. So Nick Clason (17:13): Yeah. I don't think like, like we've said, I don't think our goal is to become, get famous people or whatever. Right. But no, but you're right. If, if your senior pass, especially if your senior pastor is not a part of your social media channels too often, like when you post him, that's going to, that's gonna have that effect, you know? Yep. If you are the senior pastor you're listening to this and you are the primary person running things on digital and social, like then there is, you're not gonna have that same influencer or effect because you're the primary face on there. You know what I mean? Yep. So you gotta exactly. Who else are you gonna put out there? All right. The next thing we talk about is, uh, product teasers. So, um, this is talking about, you know, it says anywhere from six to 60 seconds, um, where you're teasing something that's coming. I think this one is one that works perfectly within the church. Mm-hmm you know what I mean? Yep. Matt Johnson (18:03): Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. It's like think of a traditional commercial is usually a product teaser, so Nick Clason (18:10): Yeah, exactly. And so one of the things we did, um, all gosh for probably like 5, 4, 4, 5 months, uh, on our TikTok was just the teaser, uh, round signing up for summer camp. So we did all kinds of stuff that was promoting the idea of summer camp, giving a sneak peek to summer camp. Um, you know, funny videos about summer camp, but it was all about some upcoming event. And that was obviously within the realm of our student ministry. Mm-hmm . And so if you're running this for a church, you have not only summer camp coming up, but you have vacation Bible school and you have the adult Bible study starting and you have financial peace university on its way, and you have the missions trip, uh, domestic and international and you, so you have a million things and that's, that's probably more, the challenge is trying to figure out what or how to promote everything, but product product teasing is something that can become very easy to do. You know what I mean? Uh, in the church world. Matt Johnson (19:14): So mm-hmm yep, absolutely. Nick Clason (19:16): So real quick, before we jump to the next one, uh, as someone who does marketing in the church, Matt, what is your like preferred model for knowing what to promote and how often, and do you have like a, do you have like a framework built? Do you have like a, a rule of thumb? That's good, good practice for that because you know, if you're in the seat, you're in the kids' ministry wants their announcement and the student ministry wants their announcement and the women's ministry wants their announcement and the seniors ministry wants their announcement who gets the announcement. Matt Johnson (19:52): Great question. So step one is making, um, the various ministries kind of work together and work backwards. So the rule of thumb on any given Sunday for us is three announcements. And that is just because we know three decisions is as many as people can do before they start feeling overwhelmed. So if I give you four decisions, that fourth decision is gonna take less precedent than the other three. So that's step one is get the ministries to like, not launch five things on the same weekend, which we all wanna do. I, we all wanna do it, but don't do it. It's just two the next week. It's fine. Um, secondly is, uh, yeah, we, we have built, uh, an SOP, a standard operating procedure to really define what takes precedent over everything. So, um, what gets on social media is gonna be different than what gets in our email for the week, which will be different than what's on stage, which will be different than what the pastor talks about. Matt Johnson (20:56): And this is all weighed depending on the, um, the outreach draw of it. So, um, social and email, we have decided that email is for internal. So if this is more of internal event, so rooted, rooted is not gonna be something that you invite friends to really that are not part of the church, cuz rooted is gonna make you go deep in small groups. That should just be our newsletter and um, probably our host spot. And why I say that for the host spot for that is because, uh, that's a great way to get people that are in the church that probably have not done rooted. And they're new to go, okay, go do this to take next step with Parkview. Um, uh, the set, the next thing. So then social like alpha is great for social media because that's an external thing. So I can run, you know, ads behind that and get people to come to that. Matt Johnson (21:59): And then, uh, like if it's something that's gonna really affect everyone and that's a big deal that goes to the pastor to talk about in his spot. So let's say we have like family weekend coming up our next gen weekend. That's something that should probably be talked about by the pastor when the most captive audience is there. If that's something that we have said as a church, like that's hu ways higher than everything else. So you really just gotta define who your target is for everything that you're trying to promote. And then you can kind of figure out where they fit in your puzzle piece of all the digital platforms you have. Um, what's Nick Clason (22:36): The, what's the biggest, like, can you think of a time, like the number one time that you had like multiple people vying for, for something like, and how did you filter through that? Matt Johnson (22:47): Oh, I mean, it happens all the time at where we're at now and it's because everyone thinks their stuff is super important urgent. And the big thing is just sitting down with everyone and explaining their target and actually getting their purpose. And once they start realizing, oh yeah, mine is internal. Mine's really only for preschoolers. It's like, okay, then we should target preschoolers. Like this should not be, you know, an all church thing, um, necessarily it could be depending on what the event is, but 99% of the time, it's not going to be, um, now at a smaller church and maybe you have less going on. That's okay to like talk about all this stuff with your congregation and be like, yeah, I do have a friend that has a preschooler and I've talked about God with them and they might be interested to come, but like, that's great. That's a great avenue for that. But when you have eight different type of group functionalities, plus five kids things, plus your student things, plus your, um, mission things on top of, uh, we have mass baptism weekend or whatever, like you gotta really start kinda weighing what is actually gonna get you the most bang for your, your most bang for your buck, quote, unquote, Nick Clason (23:56): Bang for your, Matt Johnson (23:58): I was saying quote with buck unquote quote. Nick Clason (24:04): All right, great. Those just like a quick deviation, but uh, okay. So the next thing here in this article is more user generated content. All right. So what's that. And how can churches use it? Matt Johnson (24:18): User generated content is literally just getting your users to create content for you. So, um, Nick Clason (24:25): That feels like churches could do pretty Matt Johnson (24:28): Easily, oh, a hundred percent. You should be doing it. And user generated content has actually been shown. I haven't seen the most recent studies, so don't quote me on this, but it was, uh, shown to be one of the highest ways for conversion rate. And that's because you're trusting someone that, you know, you so it's. So if you think about it in the hierarchy of like influencer marketing commercials and then user generated content user generated, content's gonna have the highest conversion because Nick, if you tell me about something, I'm gonna trust that more than if Lee Stroble tells me about something, which I trust Leero more than, uh, my I'm watching a Dodgers game and there's a commercial that comes on. So if you think about that Nick Clason (25:10): H baseball, right? Matt Johnson (25:13): Cause baseball is good. Nick, it's good for the heart, especially when you have a team that wins a lot. So if you think about that hierarchy, that like, okay. Yeah. It's building that trust user generated content is gonna weigh higher. Nick Clason (25:28): Yeah. Yeah. Uh, how, how, how, like, how could churches go about capturing user generated content? Matt Johnson (25:38): Um, great way is, do you have some kids you trust, well, have them run your Instagram or TikTok for the day? Um, yeah. You're at camp. Uh, have your students do be like, Hey, I want you guys to promote camp today, take the camera or the GoPro with you and you guys just go crazy. Like you have some options there there's a lot, like it CR this is where you can get whoever you want to be as creative as they possibly can within the context of whatever your, uh, your guidelines are at your church. Nick Clason (26:09): Yeah. Well, I'm thinking too, man, you could even do, uh, like what's it called? Like takeovers on Instagram stories. Mm-hmm, you know, um, little things like that. Give, give people like a kind of a glimpse a day in the life, all that type of stuff. Uh, I did that one year at camp where a different person took over Instagram for the day, you know, and they just, they got access to our student mystery account for the day. So, all right. Uh, sweet. The next one is more behind the brands videos. So this one's like a, this one's like a, I don't know, like kinda like a behind the scenes one, but it says mm-hmm, , uh, a sprout social study said that 70% of consumers say they feel more connected to brands who, uh, whose CEO is active on social media platform. So that goes to that senior pastor thing. Nick Clason (27:02): Um, but what are, what are some of the behind the scenes? Like, you know, we that's, that one feels like a super easy one for churches. Like people see what you want them to see on a Sunday morning or whatever, but where, but given them a glimpse into the office or the staff meeting or the prayer meeting, or a tour of like a, a place that normal people don't get to see those types of things, I feel like are super a, you know, have such a chance to blow up for people to just get excited about it. Matt Johnson (27:36): Yep. Yeah. And it's super easy. Like do walk around the office and say, Hey, here's Doreen. I want you to know about her and meet her and give your testimony or whatever. Or here's our meeting room or here's our staff meeting today, or here's our prayer time today, like build that stuff or take a photo of it and post it. And we have personally seen this be some of our, uh, highest, uh, converting slash liked and engaged stuff that we have done. And this is something we've recently just added to our world. So, um, getting, and it's so easy, Nick, it's so easy. Like you just walk up to someone with your phone and you film them for 30 seconds and then get couple hundreds on it. Nick Clason (28:13): Yeah. Yeah. Super easy. So, you know, you can even add that it's like a once a week, like a actually, uh, you've passed a friend of mine. He used to do this thing called, uh, what's behind that door. And it was just like a series that he would do. And he'd like explore different closets basically in the church, you know? And he had a little bumper with it and he would just do it. It was honestly, it was very TikTok esque before TikTok. He was just posting on his Instagram, like feed, but that was basically what he was doing. And then I remember one, he did like a super funny one. where he like went up into the attic and he planted this like baby doll. And so he like shown the flashlight and the attic on the baby doll. And then it just showed him like freaking out, like running away and then just standing there, like stunned at the end. Nick Clason (29:01): And that's how it ended like this, the perfect TikTok archetype, but he was doing it like before, before talk's time, even, you know? But I love that. Just little things like that that are just fun. What's behind that door, you know, what's that closet. Have you ever, have you ever wondered what this is? Like, there's, there's a million probably things in your church like that, and it's stupid stuff. Right? Like you hide it for the weekend, but people, people eat that stuff up, man. If they're like, this is our Christmas storage closet, for whatever reason, they're like, ah, it's amazing. Like I think because there's like a vulnerability there, they just feel like a greater sense of connection to your church. Yep. Because of that, like, oh yeah. I, I got to see where they have the Christmas trees, like who cares, but people do Matt Johnson (29:47): They do. And um, it's easy. like, that's all I could say. It's easy. Just do it. Nick Clason (29:53): Yeah. Yeah. There's really no reason not to. All right. The last one that this, uh, HubSpot article has here is more explainer or educational videos. And I feel like this is the one that the church can just go absolutely crazy on Matt Johnson (30:06): Mm-hmm Nick Clason (30:07): Mm-hmm so here's what I wanna do. I wanna do a little game. You ready? I didn't even tell you about this. Mm-hmm and it's coming to my brain right now for the very first time. Love it. So I want us to make a list and we're just gonna bounce back and forth. And the person who, uh, runs out of ideas first loses you ready? Matt Johnson (30:25): A list of Nick Clason (30:26): A list of educational or explainer videos. Okay. So like things that churches could do, um, great. And I'll start, then you go then back to me, then you, does that make sense? We're gonna ping pong it back and forth. Matt Johnson (30:39): Yep. Nick Clason (30:40): All right. So, um, you could do a, how to pray video, Matt Johnson (30:47): Man. That was on my mind. You could do a how to share your faith video. Nick Clason (30:51): Mm that's a good one. You could do how to read your Bible video. Matt Johnson (30:55): You could do how to share your testimony video. Nick Clason (30:58): that? I don't know. That seems very close to the first one. You said, uh, you Matt Johnson (31:03): Could do test. Well, I guess how do you share Jesus and how do you do your testimony? I guess Nick Clason (31:10): You could do, uh, you could explain like a deep theological truth, like the holy spirit or something like that. Matt Johnson (31:19): Oh yeah. That's good. Uh, one of my favorite types of videos is, uh, like dumbing down, complicated Bibles mm-hmm or, you know, so like, uh, talk about Leviticus that makes sense for people or numbers, you know? Nick Clason (31:37): Yeah. Yeah. That's like the Bible project. Yep. Um, you could do. Yeah. What was I gonna say? I had something, uh, uh, maybe I'm gonna lose here. Uh, you could do, uh, nah, I, I think I lost man. You win. Congratulations. Um, thanks. Yeah, but you see, like we could have gone a lot longer, but I'm an idiot. Oh, Matt Johnson (32:01): Definitely. Well, you had it. It's it's early, everybody. Nick Clason (32:05): That's so early. And this is my fourth room that I'm in now. Cuz I, my kids took the only room that didn't echo and now I'm sitting in a bedroom closet. That's just like the echoes of all the echoes. But I was thinking you could, yeah, you could do Bible content. Oh, this is what I was gonna say. You could do, like you could share, uh, unknown stories of the Bible you could share. I love that. Um, you know, like the weird, like the Balo and the Baylor story, or you could share like the, the name and diving in the, in the Jordan river, like you could just, you could pull some of the, the silly verses out, you know, and explain them. You could, there's just, there's a million different ways you could do overviews of, of new Testament, old Testament who wrote the book, why that's important, how to do hermeneutics, how do homo Lytics, like, there's just, there's things that at any given time, you, if you're a pastor, like, you know, is important, but you have to leave those things like on the chopping room floor yeah. Nick Clason (33:06): Of your sermon. And like you can pull some of those things out. You could even do like a deeper dive from your sermon of something that you did study in your research, but you chose not to include it for time sake or for whatever purpose, but you could just say, Hey, Hey, here's something that I, I researched last week in light of the sermon on acts chapter two and boom, you got a 62nd video explaining that. And those types of things I see on TikTok all day long. Not, not necessarily like spiritually though. I do see some of those, but I just mean like in general, those like quick hitter, 62nd, you know, explainer videos. And I think that this is what, this is what probably most churches probably are gonna lean towards. Um, at least naturally cuz that's we're in the content creation business, you know? Matt Johnson (33:55): Yep. Nick Clason (33:56): So there it is guys. Uh, like I said, I will, um, I will post a link to this article in the show notes, feel free to check it out hybrid ministry.xyz. Um, or however else you, uh, do it, Matt, I have a question for you Matt Johnson (34:12): Ask, go away. Nick Clason (34:13): It's talking about down here later on in this article, best platforms for short form video, it's got TikTok number one, Instagram reels, number two. YouTube shorts. Number three. Yeah. Do, are we messing with YouTube shorts these days? Matt Johnson (34:28): Um, uh, uh, depends on the day. You know, YouTube is actually out is weighing long form content higher again, so, okay. Um, if you can create some YouTube shorts, that's great. If someone gets stuck in the YouTube shorts, that's usually a good thing. The big thing about shorts is, uh, they need to create a shorts app. If they create a shorts app, I think you would probably have more success there. Um, right now it's hidden in the YouTube app. Um, I think it's only a matter of time before they do make a shorts app. Uh, Nick Clason (35:05): So maybe when they do that, it's time to time to make that matter a little more. Matt Johnson (35:09): Yeah. And I'm was gonna say, when it comes to Google, I really don't buy into their stuff quickly cuz the second it doesn't do what they want to do. They just kill it. So , I mean there's a whole website dedicated to like projects killed by Google. You can literally look it up. Um, and I'm telling you like it's literally called killed by google.com and you would just be mind blown by the amount of stuff they test before they kill it. So YouTube shorts is there for now, but I mean, YouTube go was a thing at one point and YouTube originals was a thing. Remember Google Nick Clason (35:44): Plus, Matt Johnson (35:45): Remember Google plus plus. Yeah like there's a lot there. So I would, if shorts does not become its own app, I, I would say it's probably gonna get killed sooner or later. Nick Clason (35:55): There's a lot of stuff on this website, bro. Matt Johnson (35:57): I told you, man. It, well, Nick Clason (35:59): We'll throw it in the notes too. Yeah. Um, Matt Johnson (36:02): It's just a fun website. Nick Clason (36:04): Yeah, it is fun. And then there's uh, there's some other apps that this HubSpot article is referencing like some trier hippo Magisto lately.ai and whiskey. Are any of those worth churches investing any their time in at this point, would you say Matt Johnson (36:22): It depends on your margin? So like trier is very song based, even more song based for, um, the TikTok. So if you have like a awesome worship band and you're not in trier, like maybe you should look into it. Um, and then the other stuff that's on you like hippo, Mao, um, lately a lot of this stuff is more of, uh, how to leverage short form content more rather than a platform that you would host short form content on. So like HIPAA video might be a good resource for you to look into if you wanna really maximize your like CTAs and your, um, auto like automation for video and conversion and stuff. So, um, but for hosting stuff like YouTube reels and TikTok, uh, TikTok are gonna be number one. And the, like I said, you look into it, but it's just like be real that's out right now. There's these, these smaller social platforms that are like captivating their audiences, but I nothing has blown up like TikTok since literally Instagram and Instagram took a long time to blow up. I don't think people remember that. Nick Clason (37:30): Yeah. Yeah. All right. Sweet. Well, I just saw those and I was like, Hey, these are like literally trier hippo Magista lately in w never even heard of any of those. So this is where Matt Johnson (37:41): This is. They're more of a tool podcast. Nick Clason (37:43): Tell us these things. So, Matt Johnson (37:45): Yep, absolutely. Nick Clason (37:46): All right, man. Well that is it for today. Appreciate, appreciate your talking. Appreciate you watching me go from room to room, room, room to room to find spot to record, uh, but excited to continue to be on this journey with y'all feel free to subscribe. Give us a rating. We'd love to hear from you at hybridministry.xyz and we'll talk soon.
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McKenley Mason is an old friend of mine whom I met back in 2015 at the Football Hall of Fame Half Marathon.. He is a marathoner turned triathlete. He used to casually run up to the age of 50. At the age of 50 he decided to quit smoking and drinking and become a more serious runner having prayed on it. Hoping to outlive his parents who had both died in their early 50s, his casual runs became longer and longer and soon found himself running 3 hours straight. His goal at first was to run only one marathon a year but his running family pressured him into doing more. His brother bought him a Walmart bike which was not properly assembled at the store. Mason took it to a local bike shop for repairs and met triathletes who got him to consider participating in triathlons. Although he swam at an early age he was only able to swim 8 feet when he returned to the pool. After looking around for a group of people to train with, decided to train himself using videos, his GoPro, and seeking the advice of various member of the Black Triathlete Association. In 2021, McKenley completed his first Ironman in 14 hours 52 minutes and has plans to do more. Episode Highlights: How McKenley initially started running How McKenley quit smoking and drinking McKenley start as a long distance runner McKenley's first marathon Getting a bike and joining the world of triathlons. How McKenley advanced in swimming McKenley's future in triathlons A look into how McKenley plays to his strengths McKenley Mason shares some words of wisdom Guest Bio McKenley Mason is a Runner/Triathlete. Up until age 50, he would have called himself a casual jogger, only running one local 10K race a year. Both of his parents died in their early 50s; they drank and smoked a lot, and so did he. It became a dream to outlive his parents and he prayed about it. During the year of his 48th birthday, he had a testimonial event occur in his life, and on the year of his 50th birthday, he was forced to stop drinking and smoking. At this point, his casual runs became longer and longer and after a year Mason found himself running up to 3 to 4 hours non-stop. In 2010 at the age of 52, he ran his first marathon in Richmond Va. In the beginning, his goal was to run at least a marathon a year, but once he met other runners and joined several run groups that quickly changed. From 2010 to 2017 he was a marathoner but was given a Walmart bike by his brother and that changed his focus. The bike had many loose screws and parts, so he took it to the local bike shop, and it was there that he met some triathletes. Running over these years has taken Mason to places that he thought he would never see and has met people who today are his Run Family. He has run marathons in 24 states, and 5 continents and completed 4 of the 6 major races of the world. He is surprised when he looks back and sees that he has completed 24 Marathons, 51 Half Marathons. 1 Ultra, 3 Ironman 70.3's and Ironman 140.6……all this after 50. Running has been Mason's love, but becoming a Triathlete has been amazing. When it came to the world of multisport, he could run and cycle and obtain podiums at duathlons, but his swimming was sub-par. He learned to swim in college, but went 37 years without "swimming". He signed up for his first Tri at 59 years old and literally ran all parts of the pools if his feet touched the bottom. There were frustrations learning to swim, but he never gave up. He went to numerous swim and open water clinics and 95% of the time he was the only Black person there. He can't explain, but he never felt comfortable, so he taught himself using videos and advice from fellow triathletes from the Black Triathletes Association, BTA. March 2020, The Pandemic, our world changed and he was happy with his athletic resume. Mason still trained during the pandemic with no race in sight and found himself after a year trained up for the 140.6 distance. He entered Ironman Maryland (IMMD) as a 63-year-old Black man and in 2021 he finished with a time of 14:52:34. In 2 months, Mason will be 64 and sometimes he feels like he started late in this game, but sometimes we are not ready for God's blessings until we have experienced some things. It took me 50 years to prepare for the great things going forward and he wants to thank God and all those he sent his way that is part of his testimony. Connect with McKenley Mason Connect with McKenley Mason on Facebook. Connect on McKenley Mason on Instagram Did you enjoy today's episode? Please subscribe and leave a review. If you have questions, comments, or possible show topics, email firstname.lastname@example.org. 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Episode 80The things you dream up when you have time off.While looking at Google maps for the closest shop that sells bags of protein l saw that there was a ferry that runs from Yokosuka in Kanagawa over to Chiba across Tokyo Bay.Then in my mind l joined the dots and realized that you can cycle the entire loop of Tokyo Bay.So just like an itch you can't scratch it was there in my head just pulling at my psyche, so around the back end of August at 4:30am off l went and here is the audio accompaniment to the film on my You Tube channel.https://youtu.be/Bl2rojO_opkThis is the last bike podcast in a while as work is back in full swing and the normal podcast service will resume soon.Follow us onYou Tube:Just Passing Through PodcastInsta: @justpassingthroughpodacastWebsite: www.justpassingthroughpodcast.comContact: email@example.comDarren.Support the show
El CERN apagará sus laboratorios si no hay electricidad suficiente / Se jubila el diseñador de PlayStations / Microsoft rechaza cheques / GoPro para pescadores / Brasil prohíbe venta de iPhones sin cargador Patrocinador: Volvo ha presentado un nuevo podcast de tan solo tres episodios, pero muy interesantes sobre sostenibilidad. Se titula Un Futuro Muy Volvo, y es fantásticamente didáctico. Escúchalo en Spotify. El CERN apagará sus laboratorios si no hay electricidad suficiente / Se jubila el diseñador de PlayStations / Microsoft rechaza cheques / GoPro para pescadores / Brasil prohíbe venta de iPhones sin cargador ⚡ El CERN apagará sus aceleradores de partículas si falta electricidad. El mayor laboratorio del mundo está elaborando planes para detener su actividad si la red eléctrica francesa, de la que depende, está sobrecargada durante los próximos meses.
Interview with Tracy Benson - CEO & Cofounder at Obsesh Tracy Benson is a prolific Disruptor, Digital Media Maven, and Tech Entrepreneur whose purpose-driven demeanor, ingenuity, and tenacity have earned her the reputation of a visionary leader and culture-builder. A DTC expert and an experienced CMO - Tracy has helped build leading lifestyle markets and products into scaled companies such as Home Depot USA, Best Buy, Monster / Beats by Dre, GoPro and Seek Thermal. Tune in to listen to this seasoned marketer discuss her journey from an athlete to a serial entrepreneur with a stellar leadership record. What's On The Menu: 1. The story behind Obsesh 2. Empowering and enabling athletes to build and monetize their brand 3. Name, Image, and Likeness Laws in NCAA Sports 4. Tracy's journey from an athlete to a marketer 5. Launching yourself as a female entrepreneur 6. What's it like to be queer in tech
When I mentioned that I was going to the country of Namibia to spend time in the world's oldest desert, people asked questions such as, "Where is that?", "Why?", "Are you crazy?"I somewhat expected that.After a 15 hour flight from ATL - JNB and then a 2 hour flight to WDH, I was in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia.I hired a driver for the 5 hour trip to the Desert Hills Lodge in the Namib Desert, which has been there for 55 million years.Breathtaking scenery kept my GoPro camera busy.I climbed the world's highest sand dune, took a ride in a hot air balloon, became isolated on the top of a mountain, climbed into a canyon, saw several native animals, and enjoyed the magnificent sunsets. Remember these names. Better still, search on Google and YouTube:SossusvleiDeadvleiNamib DesertSesriem CanyonIt is a unique place on our wonderful planet and needs to be on your travel bucket list. I will have YouTube videos posted soon.In my quest to do as much as I can before I throw in the towel, this was well worth the time and effort.Memories of a life time.
Flip The Switch - How to go PRO in your Life and Business. COACH BURT HAS A SIMPLE PHILOSOPHY “Everybody needs a good coach in life.” Those that have great coaches outperform those that don't 3-4X and out earn those that don't 3-4X.Burt is both INTENSE and POSITIVE and many like his authentic nature and pure coaching skills of packaging and delivering content in ways that get people to take action and get results.Coach Micheal Burt is considered “America's Coach,” a unique blend of a former championship basketball coach combined with a deep methodology of inner-engineering people to produce at a higher level in the business world. Coach Burt found his unique voice early in life at the age of 15 by starting his basketball coaching career with a junior pro basketball team.
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Anja Ettel und Holger Zschäpitz über schwere Zeiten für Schnäppchenjäger, eine Klatsche für Twitter, neuen Ärger um das E-Rezept und über Geldverdienen mit Smartness. Außerdem geht es um Sumup, Trade Republic, Mambu, Wefox, Contentful, Flix, Gorillas, Flink, Intuit, Nordstrom, Zoom, Zur Rose, Shop Apotheke, Linde, HelloFresh, MTU, Fresenius, Goldman Sachs EU USA Exposure Basket, BP, Stellantis, Ahold, Roche, SMA Solar, Krones, Schaeffler, Eiger Biopharmaceuticals, Elmos, Jungheinrich, SAF Holland, Jenoptik, Adva Optical, SLM Solutions, SGL Carbon, Samsung, LG, JVC Kenwood, Tamura, Yokohama Rubber, Enplas, Japan Aviation, Tomy, Immersion, Interdigital, GoPro, Kalvista Pharmaceuticals und Monega Innovation (WKN: 532102). Wir freuen uns an Feedback über firstname.lastname@example.org. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
Why is Lorcan Fitzgerald so angry? We try to get to the bottom of that question this week but Johnny just wants to hear about our studio guest's favourite trip to Galway back in the day when he was just a player and not a player/coach wondering what the future holds for him. We were delighted to have Lorcan pop in ahead of Wexford's big cup date with Dundalk and the only disappointment is that the clock defeated Keith Ward's injury time text to Johnny. Dan also recounts his trip to Hungary, and we hear Rory Gaffney's extremely modest theory on the areas where LOI clubs struggle on their travels. Meanwhile, Drogheda United chairman Conor Hoey drops in via Skype to discuss the reaction to his article declaring the club should go pro. And we debate if fitting a GoPro to a LOI player would result in some horrible misdeeds coming to light. As usual there's the mailbag and the Porterhouse Brew quiz, the live show update (tickets on sale Thursday folks!), and all of this comes thanks to our great friends at Future Ticketing and Collar & Cuff. Summer's almost over and we've still got lots more to come...
Two Hour Long Goin' Deep Show free for all with some old friends. Kid welcomes in a few of our favorite people into the studio. Zaldor and his boy along with longtime show favorite Eckler where we discuss filters and catfishing. Freedom and how to have a good week doing whatever the hell you want to. We call out Mr. Kleen for using his friends as smokescreens when you want to hang out with big titted bitches. We dive into who hasn't done the VR porn thing, review a website or two, Changing your name to your old ladies last name, male vs female announcers, going to the deja vu and we wrap with some clips and getting convinced to hit the strip club. Listen In and Go Deep. DETAILED TIMELINE 1:00 Sore dong 2:00 Steakums 3:00 Every time that does that 4:00 Its six fucking years ago 5:00 Drove 2 hours for a date 6:00 Lots of things to smack around 7:00 Do they look like the filter 8:00 You haven't changed a day 9:00 Dude you gotta lay off the soundboards 10:00 Foreign as fuck 11:00 We'll be with grandma's often 12:00 My girls cousin was perpetual single 13:00 Just use a filter dude 14:00 Together and filtered 15:00 Sleeping on titties 16:00 Having alot of friends 17:00 Good to See Eck 18:00 Erica Badoo'd or Halle Berrie 19:00 How big was her nose 20:00 I was 18 she wasn't 21:00 How often is this happening 22:00 He's such a big baby 23:00 She's way too conservative 24:00 Kid was with me tho 25:00 You wanna participate thats fine 26:00 I have no intentions of talking about the show 27:00 Bitch tried to suck it and Kleen was pushing her off 28:00 FetLife 29:00 She liked to get hate fucked 30:00 Shows who goes and isn't going 31:00 GoPro attached to my forehead 32:00 Accessories to masturbate with VR Porn 33:00 Penis envy 34:00 Going to a hotel and banging vs Air bnb 35:00 Wedding and the air bnb seed drop 36:00 House where the owner lived upstairs 37:00 Studio apartment 38:00 Was a good time 39:00 Jack White 40:00 He took her name 41:00 Is Jack short for John 42:00 Changing names 43:00 Handling the name change 44:00 Cursed with girls 45:00 You gotta show your titties and send to us 46:00 Delicious beer tasting 47:00 Fake BJ ing while running the card 48:00 You'd probably still band my mom 49:00 Biting my tongue 50:00 The day Miggy got his hit 51:00 Not doing a dinner dance for your fat ass 52:00 Chunky broad that I abandoned 53:00 Positive energy 54:00 No one has taken me for a spin 55:00 I'm so bummed we didn't do that 56:00 We're calling Mr. Kleen's smokescreen girl 57:00 Shrooms and the Vu 58:00 What was your girl like? 59:00 Starting fights to have angry sex 01:00:00 You're still developing 01:01:00 You're as faithful as your option 01:02:00 Do something different 01:03:00 This is sad - Tales from yesteryear 01:04:00 Easter egg stories 01:05:00 Gigantic eyeballs 01:06:00 I quite doing picture with stories 01:07:00 Dog noises - what the hell was that 01:08:00 The Vu visit 01:09:00 Hotel room didn't have bubbles 01:10:00 Hidetheremoteundermytitties.com 01:11:00 What's next for the evening 01:12:00 First time Sizzle's been to the vu 01:13:00 Lots more fun out there 01:14:00 Your first experience on the show 01:15:00 She lives in a different state now 01:16:00 Why would you settle for that 01:17:00 That was a girl I thought I was talking to 01:18:00 Just be fucking honest 01:19:00 That's the reason these bitches do that shit 01:20:00 Mr. Sinister Hittin' for you 01:21:00 Struggle to load groceries 01:22:00 Who's getting more angry? 01:23:00 That's now too bad I guess 01:24:00 I know more playing little league 01:25:00 Artist, singers etc. female singers 01:26:00 Female announcing hockey fight 01:27:00 Female announcing hockey fight cont. 01:28:00 Listen to Ernie Harwell 01:29:00 The Hockey Clip replay 01:30:00 They still try to get too deep on the game 01:31:00 I like that about football 01:32:00 Gotta have a brotha on here 01:33:00 Friends and Family complaining 01:34:00 Sound like she's yelling at you 01:35:00 She can tell me all day what she's seeing 01:36:00 We gotta be sensitive to everybody 01:37:00 Regular hockey fight description by guys 01:38:00 I played softball until college 01:39:00 Hockey calls 01:40:00 Bob Money 01:41:00 Listening to the players during the game 01:42:00 For the WNBA Finals 01:43:00 Bob Money play by play 01:44:00 Drops a haymaker and everybody's going ape shit 01:45:00 I never saw that one before 01:46:00 Here come the pussies from the bullpen 01:47:00 One be all end all 01:48:00 Beer Roll Call 01:49:00 The ho's were no 01:50:00 The Rescue clip 01:51:00 That bitch is dead 01:52:00 Never gets laid clip 01:53:00 Who's got a boat in town 01:54:00 Bay City Hookers 01:55:00 You gotta be picky when you get there 01:56:00 Eckler final words 01:57:00 It's been fun and I hasn't begun Go Deep.
BFFs are back with our buddy and fisherman, Bo Lo! Today we are Brown Bagging our 40oz, cover 2 girls 1 cup, Frozen catfish bait, Beer Laws in different States, GoPro 10 Whining, and even Ice Fishing. One of the funniest and best episodes to date. Cheers and enjoy! YouTube "Beer Fish Fanatics" Podcast Episode:https://youtu.be/zKZPpHx-tUQPodcast Website and Social Media:https://www.mapopfishing.com/beer-fishing-fanaticshttps://www.tiktok.com/@beerfishfanaticsThanks to our sponsors!Kalona Brewing Companyhttps://www.kalonabrewing.com/Whisker Seeker Tacklehttps://whiskerseeker.com/Download the audio for this episode and more:https://www.buzzsprout.com/993337https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beer-fishing-fanatics/id1511598870https://open.spotify.com/show/0xqMN6XCWmNm5Pyl7vt5FGhttps://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS85OTMzMzcucnNzhttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-beer-fish-fanatics-63122788/MaPop Fishing Website, Social Media, and Vendor Products: https://www.mapopfishing.comhttps://www.facebook.com/mpopfishinghttps://www.instagram.com/mapopfishinghttps://twitter.com/mapopfishingFishing Kit Channel and Social Media:https://www.facebook.com/FishingKitYouTubehttps://www.instagram.com/fishingkit85https://www.youtube.com/c/FishingKithttps://www.tiktok.com/@fishingkit#fallfishing #walleyefishing #fishing #fishingtips #beerandfishing #fishingguide #iowafishing #fishingtips #productdevelopment #customicerods #iowagreatlakes #icefishingtrip #youtubefishing #kayakfishingtesting #fishingonakayak #tournamentfishing #womenfishing #mlftournament #youtubefishing #bassfishing #kayak #catfishguide #fishingguide #catfishing #iowadnr #fishbiologist #icefishing #illinoisfishing #rivercrappies #fishinginstruction #iowagreatlakes #icefishing #fishing #giveaway #icefishing #flatheads #saltwaterfishing #hawaiifishing #deepseafishing #fishingguide #muskies #walleyes #fishresearch #kayaktournamentfishing # kayakfishing #yakfishing #femalefisherman #femalefishing #muskies #musky fishing, #musky lures, #iowadnr #fishingstats #fishknowledge #icefishing #clearlakefishing #fishingguide #yellowbass #bassfish #catfishing #youtubefishingSmells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Every morning during lambing Alistair Bird heads out with his binoculars and a Go Pro camera to look for new born lambs and birthing ewes that are struggling. He uses the GoPro to record the highs and lows of farming for his Kiwi Farmer Youtube channel.
Catching up with the Condits, Alec Baldwin with Chris Cuomo, a talk with Leif Garrett, Brooklyn Beckham trolled, WATP Karl joins us, Dark Side of Comedy: Chris Farley, Adam Neumann's new scam, Trudi's birthday full of famous deaths, and Drew wasted his genie wishes too early.Drew partied hard at the Royal Oak Music Theatre checking out Peter Hook & The Light / Joy Division.The latest ML Soul of Detroit featured Allan Lengel. It sent us down a Gary Condit/ Chandra Levy rabbit hole.Drew's Genie Wishes for the Day: 1) A GoPro on the Washington Twp. guy who claimed he had to stay awake for 72 hours. 2) Total elimination of cheesy weatherman jokes. 3) Some inside wish regarding the Triple Threat Trio.BranDon gets defensive for taking time off work to care for his new daughter and moving his family. Drew accepts his apology.80-year-old Julie Jaman is in trouble for not wanting to shower with weiners. Clementine Adams could use your money to get that sex change.The Detroit Tigers (and former Virginia Tech Hokie) Kerry Carpenter finally hit a dong.August 16 is a special day in history: Elvis Presley died. Aretha Franklin died. Northwest Airlines Flight 255 crash. Trudi Daniels birthday!!!Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!WATP's Karl shows up to promote his upcoming live show at the Magic Bag, brag about attending the South Park 25 concert, comparing Call Her Daddy (with Kristin Cavallari) & Sofia with an F (with Jay Cutler) and destroy the softest TMZ employee possibly ever.Alec Baldwin whines to Chris Cuomo about the Rust shooting on the latest "Chris Cuomo Project".Former NY Governor Andrew Cuomo is a hero.Brooklyn Beckham totally made all his money as a chef.Javy Baez will swing at ANYTHING. The rest of the Detroit Tigers equally suck.Michigan is the #30 state. In your face, Ohio!Las Vegas is flooding, but the gamblers don't care.Adam Neumann is done with WeWork and has started a new company cult: Flow.Local News: Lathrup Village City Council madness. RIP Verlynn Nelson. Belle Isle murder.The latest TikTok Challenge is stealing Kia and Hyundai vehicles.Dark Side of Comedy has dropped with it's first episode featuring Chris Farley. We talk with show stealer, Leif Garrett.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
SEC Mike Bratton (@MichaelWBratton) and his Cousin Shane (@BigOrangeVolz) recap the latest news around the league! Finebaum fan wants to stick GoPro up Mike's ass (2:00), Lane Kiffin perfectly sums up the current wild state of college football and talks Ole Miss QB competition (3:00), Will Muschamp and Glenn Schumann discuss the reloaded Georgia defense (13:35), Tennessee offense getting too much hype? (23:45), Billy Napier discusses depth at QB behind Anthony Richardson and correcting Florida's penalty problems (34:15), Kentucky OC Rich Scangarello talks up the offense he's installing (43:00), Bonus: Mizzou names Brady Cook starting QB (50:00) All show music comes via Nashville band Crimson Calamity; check out their work by clicking the link below: https://open.spotify.com/artist/29HGeJEcYHBJlyt4xIcLBw?si=GJoEOr0YSoeqWkrjhCc0Ug Advertising inquiries: email@example.com Donate to cousin Shane's beer fund via CashApp: $thatSECpodcast Show call-in number: 615-800-5683 We have t-shirts for sale! Check out our merchandise store featuring shirts, hoodies, stickers, coffee mugs, pillows, phone cases and more: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/thatsecpodcast?ref_id=19055 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices