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Danger Close with Jack Carr
David Morrell: 50 Years of Rambo

Danger Close with Jack Carr

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 243:54


Today's guest is literary legend and icon David Morrell.   On May 25, 1972, he introduced the world to Rambo with the publication of his debut thriller, First Blood.   Over the past 50 years it has never been out of print.   He went on to write dozens of novels including The Brotherhood of the Rose, The Fraternity of the Stone, The League of Night and Fog, Testament, Blood Oath, Last Reveille, The Totem, The Fifth Profession, Assumed Identity, Burnt Sienna, Creepers, Scavenger, Murder as a Fine Art, The Opium Eater, Inspector of the Dead, Ruler of the Night, and scores of others.   He captures and passes along advice from his decades of writing experience in The Successful Novelist. David has also contributed to the world of Marvel comics having written for the Captain America, Spider-Man and Wolverine franchises. While immersing himself in research for his novels he has learned to fly, been trained in firearms, hostage negotiation, assuming identities, executive protection, defensive/offensive driving, wilderness survival, and corporate security. He is an honorary lifetime member of the Special Operations Association and the Association of Intelligence Officers.  You can learn about David Morrell and his work at davidmorrell.net and you can follow him on Twitter @_DavidMorrell.  Sponsors: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle Coffee. Purchase at www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order!  SIG: This episode is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Featured Gear: Zero Foxtrot:  Today's featured gear segment is brought to you by Zero Foxtrot. Gear up with Zero Foxtrot and use code "JC" at checkout for 20% off your order. Evan Hafer's Original ‘First Blood' Artwork  Black Rifle Coffee Club  Montana Knife Company Super Cub Shout out to @trackerjoe08 for the incredible replica of the arrow from Savage Son

The MetalSucks Podcast
#439: Astronoid's Brett Boland

The MetalSucks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 82:53


Brett Boland of Astronoid is our guest this week! We discuss why lyrics are the part of creating music that he finds the most difficult, how current events affected the words that he placed on the record, and what recent film that he felt was an influence on him sonically. We also discuss the A24 film universe, why the PBS streaming service is all he needs for television, having his daughter and the transition that comes to your life with having kids, the stride that the band hit before the pandemic and how that pause affected their momentum, and of course, his thoughts on the final Rambo film. Petar, Jozalyn, and Sylvia blast Vince Neil for being the face of a pay day loan commercial, Bon Jovi's current vocal issues, and Emperor Rhombus' piece on Dio always being the coolest metal singer. On this week's episode, Petar mentions that a GoFundMe has been launched for the family of his late friend Ben Black. You can donate to Ben's campaign here. Song: Astronoid “Human” Song: Astronoid “Sleep Whisper” Thank you to our sponsor, Metal Blade Records, for their continued support! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The James Perspective
CLIP: From Episode #593 - Elon Musk's Call for ”Rambo” Lawyers

The James Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 6:45


The Morning Crew discusses Elon Musk's call for "Rambo" lawyers.

The James Perspective
FULL EPISODE: #593 - The Morning Crew

The James Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 72:21


The Morning Crew discusses the baby formula shortage; the peanut butter recall and hypochondria; inflation and excess reserves; what happens if/when the dollar resets; and Elon Musk's call for "Rambo" lawyers. 

Toy Power Podcast
#264: Toy-verse of Madness!

Toy Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 72:43


Today on the Toy Power Podcast, our own Villain for Hire takes the wheel as Scot stands in for Hollywood Trent. Election night aside, we get to vote on some of the biggest toy stories of the week including: Lego Transformers, more Ultimates Thundercats, Earthworm Jim, Legends, gun packs and a perfect Donatello? Hats off to the Bad Boys of Toys who get the honor of having official Mythic Legions made of them. Will this finally kick us into gear? Then it's off to the MCU and the Multiverse of Madness! Who gives a surprisingly high score? Plus a tease for next weeks special guest... Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

GGR Pirate Radio
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Discussion

GGR Pirate Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 66:45


Mike, MC and Rambo discuss their thoughts and opinions on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

At The Diner
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Discussion

At The Diner

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 66:45


Mike, MC and Rambo discuss their thoughts and opinions on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

GGR Pirate Radio
Moon Knight Finale Discussion

GGR Pirate Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 59:00


Mike, MC and Rambo discuss the Moon Knight finale, the series as a whole and how it may connect to other MCU properties

At The Diner
Moon Knight Finale Discussion

At The Diner

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 59:00


Mike, MC and Rambo discuss the Moon Knight finale, the series as a whole and how it may connect to other MCU properties

Sylvester Stallone Fan Podcast Network

Hosts Craig Cohen, Jeff Ferry and Jeff Hulit talk 1988's Rambo III. Before jumping into the movie they chat with Mat from RAMBOMANIA about the alternate scripts for the film as well Rambo creator David Morrell's novelization of the film. Join our Discord  https://discord.gg/jDrUtNcRq2 

Trash'fer Brains
Ep 109 - Rambo: First Blood Part II

Trash'fer Brains

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 69:23


Its a long road when you're on your own and it's gonna be a long road for those Vietnamese villagers to build back their decimated society. Rambo is unhinged and the boys are here for it. Join them, you know you want to.Let us know what movies we should cover!https://www.instagram.com/trashferbrainshttps://www.facebook.com/TrashferbrainsTell us your home town urban legends or let us know what spooky creatures or tales you want covered next in Fear'fer Brains.trashferbrains@gmail.comMERCHhttps://www.teepublic.com/user/trash-fer-brains

The Protectors
#338 | Jack Carr is Back! Talking IN THE BLOOD & TERMINAL LIST

The Protectors

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 50:52


Jack Carr returned to the The Protectors Podcast™ to talk IN THE BLOOD, learning about becoming a NYT Best-Seller for the first time, Rambo, The Terminal List coming to life, leadership, and a ton more.We were joined by @robz_travelz as special co-host, make sure to check out Rob's podcast FIGHT LIKE HELL.This episode supported by BIG TEX ORDNANCE @bigtexordnancePS. Make sure to catch Jack's podcast @dangerclosepodcastCatch @jackcarrusa on previous Protectors episodes # 39, # 104, # 203, # 266, and YouTube TERMINAL LIST announcement.#theprotectorspodcast #theprotectors #jackcarr #terminallistSupport the show

Crónica en Negro
Crónica nº 99: El Rambo Gallego - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

Crónica en Negro

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 46:35


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Chacón se encontraba bebiendo en una Cervecería de la localidad de Cuntis, en Pontevedra, cuando, en un momento determinado, se dirigió a un grupo de jóvenes entre los que se encontraba Manuel Garcia Varela, un joven de 24 años que trabajaba en una empresa de trasporte y que vivía con sus padres y que se encontraba allí tal y como había hecho en multitud de ocasiones, divirtiéndose en el interior de este pub de esta localidad en compañía de unos amigos. Según contaría el propietario del local, Alfredo se dedicó «a buscar bronca» y «a faltarle al respeto a todo el mundo». Sobre las cinco de la madrugada de aquel domingo, 19 de agosto, siempre según la versión de varios testigos, Manuel contestó a las provocaciones del acusado y sin razón aparente, Alfredo, sacó una pistola del bolsillo apuntando a la cabeza de Manuel, apretó el gatillo, pero la pistola estaba descargada, no salió proyectil alguno, las personas que había allí no daban crédito a lo sucedido, menos aún Manuel cuando vio como Alfredo salió entonces del establecimiento. Pero regresaría a los pocos minutos en actitud provocativa y dirigiéndose de nuevo a Manuel, este al verlo se fue hacia Alfredo para pedirle explicaciones por lo que acababa de suceder y cuando se encontraba aproximadamente a medio metro de él, Alfredo extrajo repentinamente la pistola del bolsillo y volviendo a dirigirla a la cabeza de Manuel, disparó el arma, pero en esta ocasión si estaba cargada, saliendo el proyectil que penetró en la zona fronto-parietal izquierda, Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Superfeed! from The Incomparable
Defocused 350: Lesser Rambo

Superfeed! from The Incomparable

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 61:25


Diehard on a mountain. Host Joe Rosensteel and Dan Sturm.

Defocused
350: Lesser Rambo

Defocused

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 61:25


Diehard on a mountain. Joe Rosensteel and Dan Sturm.

Toy Power Podcast
#263: Rock out with Rob!

Toy Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 62:29


Today on the Toy Power Podcast, our 2nd favourite Canadian drops by: Rob McCallum! Rob tells all about his latest projects including the recently launched Action Figure Adventure Season 2! It's simple goal: Make Jay sweat even more! Where did the crew head this time? How is season 2 different? What off-screen purchases were made? And it wouldn't be a Rob-show without him taking over and turning the tables on us! What questions does he have in store?  Support Rob, Jay and Season 2 on Kickstarter: https://bit.ly/3MfjMn9 Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Morning Cup Of Murder
A Rambo Style Bloodbath - May 14 2022

Morning Cup Of Murder

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 7:25


May 14th: Campo Elias Delgado Born (1934) When a killer dies before their arrest, they take with them a chance to understand their motive for their crimes. Motives that, while in no way excuse an act, give an insight that some can find comforting. On May 14th 1934 a man was born who would go on to begin a bloodbath that, in the end, we have no idea why he decided to commit.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campo_El%C3%ADas_Delgado, https://murderpedia.org/male.D/d/delgado-morales.htm, https://www.bbc.com/mundo/noticias-america-latina-47036526

BAMF RPG and Comics Podcast
Everyday Heroes -the Spiritual Successor to D20 Modern

BAMF RPG and Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 20:32


Talking with Dave Scott from Evil Genius Games about Everyday Heroes RPG - and talking about their new Modern D20 game and the plethora of licensed settings (Rambo! Pacific Rim! Highlander! Escape from New York! More!) that they will have content for. Check out their website at: https://www.evilgeniusgames.com/ Kickstarter link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/evilgeniusgames/everyday-heroes-the-roleplaying-game  

ChinaEconTalk
China + Hollywood: are we heading for a divorce?

ChinaEconTalk

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 77:54


China is now the largest market for movies globally, and there have long been whispers about exactly how this impacts Hollywood decisions when it comes to scripts and casting. This episode I'm joined by Erich Schwartzel, author of Red Carpet: Hollywood, China, and the Global Battle for Cultural Supremacy, for a deep dive into the world of Chinese cinema, Chinese movies abroad and China in Hollywood. Along with co-host Irene Liu, a research analyst at Rhodium Group, we get into: Why the director of Seven Years in Tibet apologized to China 15 years after its release Which tech giant has a minority stake in Steven Spielberg's production company Whether Richard Gere is unhireable Why the Kenyan official responsible for importing films loves Chinese ones The American movies makers involved in Wolf Warriors Irina Nistor, the Romanian translator of Rambo: https://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/18/opinion/vhs-vs-communism.html. Chuck Norris vs Communism was a fantastic movie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znp1dNaPp3k Outro music: My New Swag (我的新衣) by VAVA feat. Ty. and Nina Wang https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aknkofx2bHg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ChinaTalk
China + Hollywood: are we heading for a divorce?

ChinaTalk

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 77:54


China is now the largest market for movies globally, and there have long been whispers about exactly how this impacts Hollywood decisions when it comes to scripts and casting. This episode I'm joined by Erich Schwartzel, author of Red Carpet: Hollywood, China, and the Global Battle for Cultural Supremacy, for a deep dive into the world of Chinese cinema, Chinese movies abroad and China in Hollywood. Along with co-host Irene Liu, a research analyst at Rhodium Group, we get into: Why the director of Seven Years in Tibet apologized to China 15 years after its release Which tech giant has a minority stake in Steven Spielberg's production company Whether Richard Gere is unhireable Why the Kenyan official responsible for importing films loves Chinese ones The American movies makers involved in Wolf Warriors Irina Nistor, the Romanian translator of Rambo: https://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/18/opinion/vhs-vs-communism.html. Chuck Norris vs Communism was a fantastic movie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znp1dNaPp3k Outro music: My New Swag (我的新衣) by VAVA feat. Ty. and Nina Wang https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aknkofx2bHg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Lion and the truth
Sharks and Cash Cow

Lion and the truth

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 21:43


Lion and The Truth is a comedy podcast that brings unfiltered, defiant, and flagrant content from the Minds of Legends Cast and Guest. No political correctness, only facts and comedic amplification. Host Reuben, Alset, and guest are giving you hot takes and could care less about feelings, if it's funny and legendary we said it. If you are soft when it comes to words you hear, this is not the podcast for you. But if you loved the days of Loud music, comedians being funny, and Rambo, we have your Comedic Freedom. Welcome to Lion and The Truth  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpUa9t-34pzXIUYduA1z2Tw https://legendspodcasting.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lion-and-the-truth/id1418994133?uo=4  https://open.spotify.com/show/2kb6at5eSR9jlqajwoozOO?si=8qvHMkqgTzSCZSxjlv2bmg If you like the effect s titles text and transitions clink the link below. It supports the show and makes your videos look amazing. https://aejuice.com/?ref=legendspodcasting  

Morðcastið
151. Orð dagsins er: Rambo

Morðcastið

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 42:32


Þáttur dagsins kemur beinustu leið frá Tórínó, hvorki meira né minna! Bylgja segir okkur frá tveimur málum, bæði hræðileg, bæði áhugaverð. Í boði Sjóvá, Smitten, Grönt, Ristorante og Orville. Óklipptan þátt má finna inná www.pardus.is/mordcastid

Real Eyes Radio
Vanishing Point

Real Eyes Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 87:19


Welcome back to Season 2 of Real Eyes Radio. In this episode, Rambo gets taken down by his own immune system and HV finally reaches a psychedelic state, exploring the backrooms of consciousness and getting a front-row seat to the movie-projection that is Life.  We wonder if our sudden and intense bouts of see-sickness have more to do with awakening than contagion, wait patiently for the reported-demise of the Queen while admiring the steadfastness of her stand-in, and deconstruct the controversies and conservatorships of celebrity supernovas. We end with a listener questions and remind ourselves that we render as we go. Follow us on Patreon for more in-depth analysis and matrix-cracking insights from the minds of HV & Rambo. Learn more about the quizzical role of Ella Slack here and also check out Episode 02 of Real Eyes Radio Season 1 for a more in-depth discussion on the Queen's so-called stand-in. Enjoy! ---   Music by AYZ @Ayz, and a special shoutout to *THE UNIVERSE* for sponsoring our second episode of Season 2.              

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1811: Signs You Are Overtraining, Avoiding Weight Gain When Scaling Back Training, Ways to Maintain Fitness As a New Parent & More (Listener Live Coaching)

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 91:07


In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach four Pump Heads via Zoom. Mind Pump Fit Tip: The THREE most important components of getting a GOOD PUMP: WATER, SALT, and CARBS. (2:51) Body by cheese! (6:24) The guy's favorite and least favorite classes in high school. (9:15) Making the case that the student loan system should be market-based. (16:16) Rambo couldn't save her. (20:40) Dad life updates with the guys: Going out to dinner with children, manifesting good traits into your child, and showing love. (23:25) The benefits of collagen protein if you lift heavy. (29:36) Scientists claim to have learned the secret to successful flirting. (35:24) The value in taking NED's hemp oil before your next mobility session. (42:18) Big Pharma is taking over your TV. (47:42) #ListenerLive question #1 - Any suggestions on workouts or a MAPS program that would be best while distressing? (51:11) #ListenerLive question #2 - Could overtraining be the main cause of not regaining lean body mass and progressing in my workouts? (1:00:14) #ListenerLive question #3 - How should I program my workouts to maintain my gains post-baby? (1:10:59) #ListenerLive question #4 - What can I do to compensate for gaining body fat, for my less demanding job? (1:21:43) Related Links/Products Mentioned Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: live@mindpumpmedia.com Visit Paleo Valley for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP15 at checkout for 15% discount** Visit NED for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! May Promotion: MAPS Starter Bundle and MAPS Spilt 50% off! **Promo code MAYSPECIAL at checkout** The Pump: Ego Booster or Muscle Builder? - Mind Pump Blog Visit Drink LMNT for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Chocolate milk for recovery from exercise: a systematic review and meta-analysis of controlled clinical trials RAW FARM usa All-In Podcast E78: VC fund metrics that matter, private market update, recession, student loans, Bill Hwang arrest Watch Rambo: Last Blood | Netflix Kyoto Palace - Japanese Steakhouse Lift Heavy? Then You Need This Cheap Protein This kind of flirting works best Working out with weed RIDICULOUS Drug Ad Gives New Meaning To “Bent Carrot" Mind Pump #1780: Why Blood Tests Are Overrated With Dr. Stephen Cabral MAPS Fitness Anabolic MAPS Fitness Performance MP Hormones Mind Pump Hormones Facebook Private Forum Mind Pump #1142: Nine Signs You Are Overtraining MAPS Symmetry Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Dr. Stephen Cabral (@stephencabral)  Instagram

Prepper Talk Radio
Ep 173 EDC and Rambo Knives.

Prepper Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 37:00


Fortress Clothinghttps://rb.gy/uart4rUse Code "PREPPER" for 20% off!Devos Outdoor https://www.devosoutdoor.com/discount/PTR3.0Get 10% OFF!Jase Medical. Get your anti-biotic supplies.https://www.jasemedical.com/?rfsn=6574356.8994bdMy Portawell - Portable water pump.https://myportawell.com/?ref=dtkxycr3ixtq7Check out our websitehttps://preppertalkradio.com/Like Our Facebook page.https://www.facebook.com/preppertalkradioOther channels by the hosts.Parishttps://www.youtube.com/financialselfrelianceShanehttps://www.youtube.com/user/Thepreparedguy*****Connect with ushttps://bio.link/preppertalkradio*****Are you looking to be better prepared for life?Every Day Carry (EDC) & Rambo Knives*****Combining 3 lifetimes of experienced, tried, and true prepping and self-reliance with diverse backgrounds educationally, vocationally and regionally. Aligned on the principles of God, family and country to help build a stronger, more prepared community and Nation.We believe every person and family has an obligation to be or become self-reliant and to help build stronger, more prepared communities for all of life's unexpected emergencies, BIG or small. It doesn't matter if you call yourself a prepper, a survivalist, a citizen or patriot; we are all in this together. Our mission is to survive, thrive and carry on traditions of liberty and self reliance through our faith and fellowship.#PTR #SHTF #preppers #survival #prepping #prepping2022 #survivalprepping preparedness ready minded prepper talk radio readyminded food shortages readyman preppertalkradio preppertalk shtfprepping survivalsolutions

Super Live Adventure Podcast
S3 E31: Super Dad (2022 Mother's Day Special)

Super Live Adventure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 62:25


Chris and Laura meet a goat named Rambo, Laura buys a car from the most Staten Island man on the planet, and John's shares his kid's answers to a Mother's Day questionnaire. We want to hear from you! Give us a call at 781-POD-SLAP. Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/426ffaa67956/slap-newsletter Interested in joining the Li'l Chub Club? Members get an exclusive bonus episode every month! Visit patreon.com/superliveadventure to learn more.

Cinephilia
Ep. 007 - 15 of Cinema's Greatest Years

Cinephilia

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 98:51


Showcasing their ability to be flexible, Trevor and Mike take the opportunity to discuss the ((often considered)) greatest years in cinema history. Mike flexes his borderline savant knack for movie year release dates, while Trevor further drives the point home that he really can't recall the release years for movies. Fun fact for this episode: we now hold the record for mentioning the most movies in a single episode. Enjoy!

Up Your Creative Genius
Jan Santos - How to make your personal brand stand out and shine

Up Your Creative Genius

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 37:16


Jan Santos holds a Bachelor of Science in Fine Arts major in Advertising from Batangas State University, Philippines and International Baccalaureate Teaching Certification for Visual Arts and Theory of Knowledge (Epistemology) He is the CEO of The Creative Scoop which is a Branding Agency that helps businesses from Australia, Germany and the UK, grow through the utilization of social media and modern creative content. He also coaches entrepreneurs, abroad either 1:1 or group, with his Branding and Identity Program. Moreover, he started The Creative Talk Podcast on Apple/iTunes, Spotify and Amazon Music, supporting entrepreneurs, leaders and creators to stand-out and establish a market competitive edge. Currently with 10k solid supporters from 16 countries worldwide. His goal is to solidify one's branding and identity, ensuring the business to be unique and memorable by means of creating a consistent visual style, goal and focus. His drive is to enhance ones' brand credibility and recognition. Jan Santos is presently residing in Batangas City, Philippines with his wife Farrah Arellano-Santos and little boy Enzo Mariano Santos. Timestamp 2:51 From comics, to fine arts, to advertising and branding - Jan's unique journey 7:10 Emotional appeal, the fall of traditional advertising and the rise of branding 11:25 Two icons that inspire Jan 13:27 Three points to create a solid, strong brand 15:03 Aligning business visions with his purpose in life 17:53 Forging diamond brands from the rough 19:50 Visions for the future 22:55 Daily routines and how they changed during COVID 25:09 The Creative Talk - introducing his podcast 26:32 The fruits of labour often provide the best answers to those who don't understand 28:43 Keeping up with ever-evolving platform algorithms 33:10 The importance of putting intent before content Social Media Web:https://www.thecreativescoop.me Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/thecreativescoopjansantos/ Podcast:https://linktr.ee/thecreativetalkpodcast Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagram https://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/ Up Your Creative Genius - https://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/ Patti Dobrowolski 00:03 Hello, Superstars! Welcome to the Up Your Creative Genius podcast - where you will gain insight and tips to stomp on the accelerator and blast off to transform your business and your life. I'm your host, Patti Dobrowolski. And if this is your first time tuning in, then strap in - because this is serious rocket fuel. Each week, I interview fellow creative geniuses to help you learn how easy it is to Up Your Creative Genius in any part of your life. Patti Dobrowolski 00:39 Hey, everybody, it's Patti Dobrowolski! Oh my gosh. I have Jan Santos here. I don't know if you've looked at my Instagram feed, but it totally changed this year - and it's thanks to Jan Santos and The Creative Scoop. Because he came in and scooped me and scooped me up, and like, elevated me to 10,000 followers - all these different things that happen. Now let me just tell you a little bit about him. He's the CEO of Creative Scoop, which is a branding agency that does work with people in the UK and Australia, Germany, US - I'm the US, right - and he helps entrepreneurs to grow their brand online. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Fine Arts and Advertising from Bantagas - is that how we say- Jan Santos 01:24 Batangas, yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 01:25 - Batangas. Batangas State University in the Philippines and an International Baccalaureate teaching certification for Visual Arts and Theory of Knowledge. He is amazing and incredible, and I love everybody in his team that's helping us - so please welcome Jan Santos to the show! Jan Santos 01:46 Wow, wow. Thank you, buddy. Amazing, amazing intro. Love that. Love the vibe. Love you. Wow. Patti Dobrowolski 01:52 Yeah. Well, you know, I love you back. And here's the thing - you know, it's almost the middle of the night there for him. So just want to say: thank you for coming on the podcast today to share some tips and drop some big wisdom on us. Jan Santos 02:08 Always welcome, Patti. Three coffees, and lots of love. Patti Dobrowolski 02:12 Exactly. Love is the key booster. We know that right? It's the essential dopamine within us. So tell everybody, Jan, tell us a little bit about you - how you came into be doing brands at all. You've got this fine arts degree. So tell us, you know, where did you come from? And you can tell us even a little bit about your family, and then how you got to where you are today with your branding agency? Jan Santos 02:37 Wow. Yeah. Well, I'm always into arts. You know, when I was a kid, I'm - well, you can see that. I'm a Batman collector. Comics, books - Patti Dobrowolski 02:48 Yes, yes. Behind you. Yeah. Jan Santos 02:51 So a lot more behind that. So I'm - you know, I love illustration. I love the creativity. I love the world of imagination. So, but growing up, you know, we're doing okay. But my parents, they work hard, and things like arts are very expensive. Yes. But then I remember like, walking, and there's a comic toy store. And they're very expensive. So I can only read comics - like, if they're past two months issue, they put in a basket - so I go there, and I read it, but you cannot bring it out, so you just read it, and then you put it back. So, you know, that fuels my creativity, and that's my journey. And then I'm always, the thing that - I don't know, that's my special sauce - the thing that makes me different is that I'm always interested even when I was a kid, in the process. So if I see - like, for example, I can never forget: if I see Batman artwork, I was always think, like, how did they do this? How did they create this? What are- not the word process, because I'm a kid at that time, but - you want to know the journey, things like that. That- you know, fast forward now, that is something that I could say: it's the process of the journey, that what makes a piece valuable. So that paves the way for me to you know, tell my parents that I'm really into art, even though it's expensive, what's the plan? Patti Dobrowolski 02:53 Yes. Jan Santos 03:03 But you know, my mom and dad, they really supported me - mostly my mom because, you know, we're not a complete family. She really invested a lot in me entering the world of arts and, you know, Fine Arts major and Advertising. And that opened the door for me to see, there's a lot more - more than arts, you know, yes. And this is going to be an arguable topic, but for me when I entered fine arts, the highest form of learning is art, because only art can go past human logic and straight to human emotions, and I love that. Yes. Patti Dobrowolski 05:12 Yes, it can. Jan Santos 05:13 And when that happened, when that happens - human judgment will always follow. You know, that's the reason why when we watch a movie or a cartoon, or you listen to radio, you know: you get captivated, you're pushed, you cry, you're happy, you get mad at the protagonist and antagonist about what's happening - that's the power of art. And I was there - I've seen that happen, I've been a part of that. And at that time, advertising is utilizing that power. You know, so in that core is branding. It's not branding yet, but the essence of it is hidden in advertising. So you know, cut the story short: I love arts, I was given an opportunity to be in that industry, and here I am now. Patti Dobrowolski 05:25 Yes, no doubt! I mean, really, what I love about what you were saying is that you talked about, and this is what I see reflected in your work. Like, if you go to Jan's website, you go to his Instagram - it has a very cartoon style. And so I can see that you came from that, because - and, you know, me, too. That's what I did. My favorite cartoons were Mad Magazine, but not the magazine itself - it was the little tiny cartoons at the bottom of the page. That's what I feel like my style represents that, really: everything I draw, I'm always thinking - will this look good on the bottom of the page of Mad Magazine? Because I think it imprints you, and then you see the world through that lens, but you're talking about advertising - and this is old school advertising in a way before it came into brand. When you go to an advertising, you know, fine arts in advertising, really, we're talking about looking at the big brands, understanding what advertising's goals are, etc. But how did you find your own voice in that sea of advertising? How did you find you? Jan Santos 07:10 You know, let's give a backstory of what advertising really is. And there's a distinction between advertising and, you know, fine arts, because when you say Fine Arts that's in the realm of creativity, right? Yes. But when you say about advertising, that's- it's using that creativity to really - I'm gonna use the word - manipulate people. Patti Dobrowolski 07:35 Yes, yes. I was gonna say get the audience, you know, grab them, and then inculcate them with whatever it is you want them to buy. Mm hmm. Right. Jan Santos 07:45 Yeah. And when I was there, I always say this until now, I'm more of an artist rather than you know, an advertiser. Patti Dobrowolski 07:53 Yes. Jan Santos 07:53 Or a coach or a speaker. That's me, God created me to be an artist. Patti Dobrowolski 07:57 Yeah. Jan Santos 07:57 So in some way, it made me uncomfortable. I say - yeah, we're using the power of arts, and we're operating an advertising-driven business. We're dictating the masses. We're controlling the masses. Patti Dobrowolski 08:12 Definitely. Jan Santos 08:12 Whatever we want, you set the trend. Patti Dobrowolski 08:15 Yes! Jan Santos 08:16 You utilize radio, TV, print ads. That's the only three powerful mediums before, right. So yeah, so it's something that "Nah," I said, deep inside it's like, "no, this isn't it." Patti Dobrowolski 08:16 I know. I know, I feel your pain there. Yes. (laughs) Jan Santos 08:34 Again, I never knew that it would, you know, explode. There's a new industry, there's a new generation that will come. I never knew that. But I always felt that there is a genuine power hidden in advertising. So, you know, I studied, and I really invested my heart, my mind, my soul into it. And I understood: okay, so there's a pure essence hidden in advertising, but it won't work, because it's not the time - yet. Patti Dobrowolski 09:07 Yes. Well, and also, then social media happened, right? Jan Santos 09:12 When social media happened, that was the signal - because there was an option now: you know, it's not monopolized by the three major mediums, which is print ad, TV, and radio. There is now what we call free media. Patti Dobrowolski 09:30 Yes. Jan Santos 09:30 And when free media came into play, it changed the gameplay already. Patti Dobrowolski 09:36 Yes. Jan Santos 09:36 It now gave the opportunity to everyone. To be a creator, speaker, artist - and when that happened, boom - branding came into play. And because, you know, it was the perfect signal - It's like the bat signal- Patti Dobrowolski 09:52 Yeah. Jan Santos 09:52 - it's ready. We're ready, come out. Boom! Patti Dobrowolski 09:55 Yes, that's right. Jan Santos 09:55 When that branding came into play it knocked out advertising. It's still there. But you know, they don't control it - the power shifted already, they no longer call the shots - it is given to the people. Everyone has their own brands. Everyone can set up their brands. So that was the shifting part- Patti Dobrowolski 10:15 Well, and that, then, becomes the open door for you to walk through. Because the kind of branding you're talking about is really creative. It's taking even if you have like- uh, I'll give an example, right - I have a keynote talk. You take a piece of the keynote talk, and you serve it up to the public in a certain way with content attached to it. And then people are interested in that - they're like, "Where is she? Oh, she's at the UN", right? Jan Santos 10:40 Yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 10:40 And then that - that gets all these thousands and thousands of views, right? But that takes creativity to understand which piece of that is going to be the saleable product - which piece of that represents the person in their brand, most authentically - which is really, I think what, you're really good at this. Jan Santos 11:03 Well, that's the good thing of starting in an advertising world. Because, you know, that's the contribution of advertising. You know how - how to use the product, how to use the brand. You know, which talent has potential, which app, you can add, you have the eye. So that's a good thing from advertising that I have. Patti Dobrowolski 11:25 Yeah, and that is no doubt, no doubt. Now, who are you inspired by? Now, when you look out there in the world, like who inspires you? Not just your clients, but who inspires you in the world that's doing something interesting that you think we should look at or be interested by? Jan Santos 11:41 Well, not in the branding world, but first guy who really talked about revolutionising everything in this world? For me, it's Gary Vaynerchuk. Yeah, so when I heard that- Patti Dobrowolski 11:54 Gary Vee. Jan Santos 11:55 Gary Vee, yeah. When I heard him speak about, not about branding, but you know, really making a difference, changing the gameplay - that was my dilemma before, it's like: I need something, but I have no power to change it. I'm waiting for it. And then I heard him speak. And I was like, wow, he understands me in somewhat way. So yeah, so I can't say that he's my mentor. But he really, you know- Patti Dobrowolski 12:23 Influences you. Jan Santos 12:24 -influenced me in a way. Yeah, up to a certain extent. But yeah, he's one of them. And then a big part of it is Myles Munroe. Dr. Myles Munroe. I think I have a book somewhere there, yeah, "The Power of Vision". And it's connected to you know, being visual, as a branding and identity coach. So he really talked about looking past beyond what eyes can see. If you can look beyond what you can see, then you can really create something that can revolutionize the game. So those are not branding related, but those are the powers that contributed what I have now. Patti Dobrowolski 13:05 Yes. And so now in your agency - so you have a number of people that work on a number of different projects. But what do you feel? Like, what do you think that someone who is developing their brand - what do they need to know? What should they be thinking about if they want to really establish a strong brand like you have? Jan Santos 13:27 Right? So first, you know, everyone has a brand, alright. But I love what you said that, if they want to have a strong brand - my term is if you want to have a solid brand - and you can only achieve that by understanding three points: who you are, what you do, and what you offer. If you put that in place before anything else - if you put that in place, you're one step closer in making a solid brand: who you are as a brand, what do you offer as a brand, and who you are, what you do as a brand? Are you, you know, giving value in terms of education? Or are you in the realm of entertainment? So if you can really be concise and consistent in that three major points, you're one step closer to achieving a solid brand. Now you can follow that question: hey Jan, but you didn't answer. Yes, I have that in place. How can I have a solid or strong brand? When you have those three points in place, you need to make a difference: you need to connect, make an impact in your tribe and make a difference. Only then - only then can you say that your brand is solid or strong or successful. When you connect the people around you, you make an impact - may be good or bad, negative or positive - and you transform people's lives - again, good or bad. When you achieve that, you have a strong brand. Patti Dobrowolski 15:03 Wow, that's so good. Because I think that often people think: I'm just gonna create this thing, and then, you know, and that's because I love it, and I love doing it. You know, I remember as a performer, I'd be like: yeah, but if you don't have an audience, then you can perform to seven people - which I have, you know - so you have to understand how important it is to this piece, especially now connecting to your audience, and then helping them transform their lives, helping them to transform their lives, right. And I think this sometimes gets lost on people who are interested just in making money, right? They're just wanting to make some money. And so they go out there, and then they'll try to do all these things, and sometimes you're successful doing that. But are you really then? And I wonder if this is something you think about? Are you really aligned with your purpose? Like when I would ask you like, what is your purpose? Jan Santos 16:01 Funny thing, I always answered that with a comic connected visualization. If you're familiar with Alfred - Alfred of Batman - you know, his purpose is to help Bruce Wayne be the best Batman or be the best Bruce Wayne ever. And that's me. My purpose given by God is to connect with people and catapult that brand, those people, to the next level, by all means necessary. I'm a helper. Patti Dobrowolski 16:30 Yeah. Jan Santos 16:30 The reason why sometimes my clients, my partners, they don't see what I see in them, I see paths beyond what they can visualize in their brand. And I believe in that brand. So my intent before anything else, is to bring that into something tangible. And I push them - you know, I believe in your message, I believe in your brand, so let's do this - until they see what I see. So I'm an Alfred, that's my purpose. I'm a helper. (laughs) Patti Dobrowolski 17:01 Wow, that is - and you know, I think that I love that you're talking about it in this way. Because I think that people underestimate how powerful that is. But if you don't have people, or surrounded by people who can help you, you never get things done. Because you, you know, sometimes are just caught up in the experience that you're in, and you miss the support underneath. And for me, I think of that, too. Like, often people will call me and they'll say, I know that you speak to big audiences, will you - you know, I have a classroom and they need some of these speakers to teach art. Last year, you know, during COVID, somebody called me and said, I have all these students online. Will you teach art one day? Like, of course, are you kidding? Because that's really why we're here. We're not really here to gain accolades. And so- Jan Santos 17:53 - yeah, you know, running a business, it's natural, you know, earning money. Of course, that's business. But I love what you said, you know, it's a blessing that there are people that are willing to help around you. And yeah, not just that - people that are passionate in helping you regardless of there's something in return. And I think I remember it right, this is somewhat connected to our past conversation, you know, even though there's nothing in return. Patti Dobrowolski 17:55 Yeah. Jan Santos 17:56 I would always be committed to you. Because first, I love you. Second, I love your brand, and I love the message - and I see great things happening in your brand. Patti Dobrowolski 18:33 You see that vision of it. Well, and I feel very similarly to you. I see the vision of your brand and your greatness going out there because everyone that you touch, their brand explodes. It does because they are ready for someone to help them and you know how! Jan Santos 18:56 It's not all because of me. I always say this: if you guys watched the movie Rambo - Rambo, part two, I think, if I'm not mistaken - there's a part there that, you know, his commander came and he wants to recruit Rambo again for a mission and he said, No, you turned me into a monster. I don't want to do that anymore. And then he said, No, no Rambo. You're the same, you know, there's a rock and we transform it into a statue. You're the same rock, we just send it out to transform into a statue. That's what I do. I just chisel it out - me and my agency, we just chisel out, you know, the rough edges - but what makes that brand unique is still there. Patti Dobrowolski 19:40 Yeah. Jan Santos 19:40 That makes you, you - we just you know, just chisel it out - Patti's just, it's the same amazing brand. We just, you know, shine it there, polish it here. (laughs) Patti Dobrowolski 19:50 Yes. But what I love is that's a spiritual principle you're talking about, really. Because you come into the world as a piece of coal, and experiences with other people really work you down until you're a diamond when you leave, right? If you make that a conscious choice, and that's- I love that, because it's very linked to that. Now, when you think about the vision for you and your brand, firm, your agency, where do you see yourself in 5-10 years? What would you like to be doing? Jan Santos 20:21 You know what Patti, you know, this is an audacious dream. As far as I'm concerned, there is no branding agency- and when I say branding, because in the Philippines, when you say branding, they're still stuck in the advertising, you know, post-industrial age terms. Patti Dobrowolski 20:35 Those three things. Yeah. Jan Santos 20:36 Yeah. So when I say there is no branding agency like what we have operating, I want to make it big. I want to make it you know, local based, because a company that is people centric, client centric - that's what we need in order for an industry to triumph. And it's not there yet. But step by step with connection, with the right people like you guys, my dream is to really make it big locally, in the Philippines, because you can see all the partners, all the clients are non Philippines-based. So yes, speaks a lot, right. So in the long run, you know, maybe three, five, ten - as long as I'm here, still playing the game - my dream, and prayer is you know, to start locally to help small entrepreneurs, introduce them to a different perspective in how you run your business, how you look on your brand, how you look with your, your clients, your partners, how to harness that relationship. It's not about money - it will come, trust me. Yes, so that's my goal. Patti Dobrowolski 21:44 All right. I love that. Because I think there is something to where you are in the world - I always think, oh, yeah, it will be great. Now, you remember, I've moved to four major cities, right? Five, four or five now. And so, but now we're in Texas, and all I can say is, when I start getting work in Texas, then that means that my brand will begin to be established here, and that matters - it matters to my ability to influence the consciousness here, in a good way, right? Because that's what needs to happen. They need to see me, they need to draw their future and understand that anybody can do it and make a change. I love that you're going to do that. Now, tell people what- I want to know what's it like, you know, you getting up with your agency every day? What's it look like, start to finish? Because today, you got up early, and it's late. Jan Santos 22:43 It's all Patti's fault. Patti Dobrowolski 22:45 Right, it is, it is. Jan Santos 22:46 So, everyone that is listening and watching for this podcast episode, It's Patti's fault. (laughs) Patti Dobrowolski 22:52 Oh, thanks. Thanks. I'll take it, I accept that. Jan Santos 22:55 Yeah, that's why I wake up, I start my day - 5am. Jog, exercise, before I do trainings, Muay Thai. But it- first I'm lazy. Yeah, that's the that's the main thing. And then you know, COVID happened. So I can't go out to things like that. So it's basic stamina, and exercise. And then yeah, 6 to 7 - that's a lot of emails, a lot of messages from different social media platforms. And then 7.30, that's the, you know, the morning briefing with my PA, handing over a lot, dumping everything to her. And then 9 o'clock, that's where everyone in the agency starts to check in. There's another team briefing, handing over of tasks, delegation of whatnot, projects and everything. And then yeah, so we end, Mondays to Thursdays, we end the day 5pm. And then if I don't have schedules for speaking engagements, Clubhouse, or Lives, and if I still have some juice in me, we do online games. We do online games - we love you know, shooting games, me and my friends - so that's what we do. But recently, because of - you know, we are really triumphing on COVID, so it's getting better and better - there's a lot more face to face events that are happening. And I've been invited, like before, to go speak about branding and social media. So, again, that's an addition and a big adjustment because you need to go out. Before, you can like just put on a good shirt and - boom, let's do it. But not anymore, you know? Patti Dobrowolski 24:39 Not online. Yeah, not anymore - you got to put on slacks and shoes now. Jan Santos 24:43 Yeah. Plus, you need to take in consideration the traffic - you know, if a driver will drive me so I can then, you know, make a video content going there. But yeah, no one - it's going to be me. So things like that. So I usually end 11pm, because 10 o'clock should be the start of my podcast recording. It's all just like that, 10 to 11, 11.30 is the latest.(whispers) Again, guys, your host- (laughs) Patti Dobrowolski 25:09 Yes. (laughs) I did. I made him stay up late tonight. But tell everybody - like, what's your podcast about? Because I love being on, a guest on your podcast. But also who are the kinds of people that you're interviewing, so they can follow The Creative Scoop, Jan Santos 25:26 Guys, please check the Creative Talk podcast, available in your favorite podcast platform. It's a podcast where leaders, entrepreneurs, creators worldwide gets to be highlighted - the focus is not the host, which is, you know, even though the host is very handsome and very witty (laughs) - the focus is not on him. The focus is on those people because again, like my fascination when I was a kid, to understand the discovery, the process, the journey I adopted into this podcast, we see those icons, and you know, your host, Patti was featured in one of my episodes, we see them as a successful icon - creators, leaders, entrepreneurs worldwide, but we don't know the story. You know, what happened? So that's the focus of the show - it's all about them, and we make it very, very, very focused on our guests. It's their show, it's not mine. So that's my podcast, guys - again, the Creative Talk podcast, please check it out. Patti Dobrowolski 26:32 Yes, definitely. I highly recommend it. I also- I want to know, so when you were starting out your own branding, I mean, like, you must have had challenges building your company going along the way. So what did you do to help yourself get through it? What was challenging for you, or still is - if there's anything at all? Jan Santos 26:53 Well, again, it's something new in the Philippines. So when you know, it's human nature - if we don't know something, we tend to be against it. Because we can't understand. Patti Dobrowolski 27:07 We're fearful, yes. Jan Santos 27:09 And if we don't understand, and we're against it - you know, because we can't control it. So that was the challenge back then - everybody that is connected to me doesn't know anything about what the heck am I talking about. (laughs) That's true! Patti Dobrowolski 27:11 Oh, my gosh, so you have to show pictures and draw sketches? Wow. Wow. Jan Santos 27:31 No, no, no, no. It was like, first, it was frustrating explaining to them. But you know, by prayer and God's wisdom, it's just - alright, okay, in time. You know, when you plant a seed, you don't explain how it will grow - you know in your heart that time will take its effort to grow, and it will grow, right? Patti Dobrowolski 27:57 Yeah. Jan Santos 27:57 You just need the work. You just need to do the effort in watering it, make sure the soil is right, make sure the sunlight is right, protecting it from rodents and pests like that, you know. But you know, the plant will grow - and when it does, when it does - it will bear fruit. That fruit will explain everything for you. Patti Dobrowolski 28:19 Yes. Jan Santos 28:19 And let's, you know, fast forward: people around me, some doesn't still understand that, they don't have a clue. But they see the output. And you know, with that they have security that: oh, okay, he knows what he's doing. People are being blessed, people are being- you know, he's helping out a lot of people, he must be doing something good. Patti Dobrowolski 28:43 That's right. That's right. That's right. I think proof is everything. You know, I used to draw, I would tell people, you know, nobody understood about why you want to picture the future, right? Why would you want to have a drawing or someone drawing in the room. So I go to these big clients like Morgan Stanley - I go into their office in New York City, and I have a contact there, and I put a piece of paper up on the wall, and I do the process with them - to see if they would hire me right? To come in and do one about their company. And they had this during this time, you know, in the mid 90s, early 2000s, they would simply look at the drawing, and they'd say: that's nice, but we don't really have the budget for that, and they'd say, but could you leave that drawing with us? And I'd be like, oh, yeah, so now they got a free drawing, right. But later, you know, many years later, I'm back in that same room - working. So maybe that's 10 years later, right? But it took a long time for the industry of graphic recorders to come to the forefront, which is really what we see in terms of what you've been doing and the branding help. Now, you are really an expert on algorithms. That's what's true, right. How do you keep your acumen, how do you keep your skills up in the algorithm in Instagram or Facebook, or how - what do you do? How could people research for themselves to get more educated? Jan Santos 30:09 Well, stop thinking that you know a lot. Patti Dobrowolski 30:14 That's right. Jan Santos 30:14 Yeah, The moment you say to yourself that, you know, you're good in this area, and you understood everything, is the moment you lose the game already. Patti Dobrowolski 30:23 Yeah. Jan Santos 30:23 Because, you know, algorithm, it's a system. In any platform that's all about YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok - it's constantly changing, because they're constantly innovating - because of the constant creation of content, because of the constant usage of consumers. You know, they are always adjusting- Patti Dobrowolski 30:45 - And all the data, and they're not even adjusting - the algorithm is adjusting for them. Jan Santos 30:51 Yes, imagine the amount of data that comes in. That's like, what - billions of billions of data and they're always improving. You know, when I say adjusting, and innovating, it doesn't mean like always a drastic change. It could be small- Patti Dobrowolski 31:06 No, it's incremental, it could be an incremental thing - you see it, you see it happen, and then you're like, what, something's different now? They're not, this is not happening, right? This, we're not getting as many views, right? Jan Santos 31:18 Yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 31:19 And that's generally because something has changed, based on the algorithm. Jan Santos 31:24 When you have that mindset that you don't know a lot, so you will really invest your time in, you know, researching - you spend time in the platform. And when I say spend time in a platform, it will really take you, you know - months, years - because you know, imagine a platform is a human being, you cannot say that you know a person in like what, a few months? No, you spend time, you build relationships with that human being. And that's the same with platforms. When we talk about Patti, Instagram, I was like, when Instagram launched the Carousels, that was way way back, it was the newest feature of Instagram - I was there. I was there understanding, what is this? Because you know, Instagram before was a online portfolio for photographers- Patti Dobrowolski 32:17 Yeah, it was just visual, it was pretty photos, pretty photos. Yeah, it wasn't about business, exactly. Jan Santos 32:23 So when that happened, I was like, I was spending - I remember, 6am to 9am, I should, you know, watch videos, talk to people on Twitter, you know - I am stalking people. I need to know more about those platforms. Connect with, making collaborations with people that I know are well-versed- Patti Dobrowolski 32:42 Yes, ahead of the game. Yes. Jan Santos 32:45 Yeah. And you know, it really gave me an insight. And then the same principle applies, but different interface, you know, things like that - different platform, but the same principle: TikTok, YouTube shorts, and a lot. You just need to spend time - one platform at a time. Research, talk, listen, join Clubhouse sessions and really, you know- Patti Dobrowolski 33:10 Hear people talk about it - hear what they're saying, take a bunch of notes, that's what I did. And now, you know, in the NFT space, doing the same thing - you know, what can you learn about NF Ts and how could you leverage that in the future because that's the future and we know that, we can see that building and if you follow Gary Vee at all, you see what he's done with his brand, and everything in that space. So it's very inspiring. Well, you are so incredibly inspiring. I hope that everybody has just pulled away these big nuggets. Now tell us - you know, I don't want to keep you because I know we have to go into a class in a moment - so I want to know like, tell people who are wanting to make a change and refresh what they're doing: what is a tip that you could give them on how to, you know, continue to persevere in this space? What would you say to them? Jan Santos 34:04 No, you know, I always say this: intent comes before content. Your intent will always come before content, what ever it is. So know that first: when you put that in place, and you sort that out, you have a solid foundation already with your brand. And trust me: things will be visual for you, you know what to do next. We always hear this from gurus online. You know: know your niche, niche down, or understand your target market, or your only few thousand fans or something like that. And that's not wrong - that's correct. But before anything else, know your intent. Know - you know, Simon Sinek's famous "why", things like that. But more than that, you know, the intent - your Jedi force in you - know that everything will be in place. Patti Dobrowolski 34:58 I love that. That is such incredible advice. I love this time with you, I'm so glad I get to spend more of it. I'm so grateful to you for everything you've done for my brand. And for anybody listening, you know, be sure to look in the shownotes to see how you can connect with Jan - he's really easy and accessible, he'll have a conversation with you to see what you're up to and how we can help you - I know that for a fact, and so I just think that you are amazing. And the fact that I met you is like this magical moment in time. And so I just am capturing that in my head like, ah, this moment right now is a beautiful moment. And so, thank you for taking the time today, Jan - you're just incredible. Jan Santos 35:43 Thank you so much Patti. And again, for all the listeners and viewers out there, I am just a vessel. You know, people like Patti are blessings to me - I learn a lot from them, and I do a little contribution to bring their brand to the next level, but I'm just a vessel. Without God's grace. I'm nothing. And again, guys, people like Patti, they are really transforming people's lives. Please do connect with her, check her podcast- Patti Dobrowolski 36:11 Alright, he's promoting me now, I love it. I love it. Thank you, Jan! All right, everybody. You know the drill - if you like what you've heard, please pass it on to your friends, and get everybody to follow and listen to the podcast, and also just follow Jan and his podcast, because it's amazing. And until next time, Up Your Creative Genius. Thank you! Patti Dobrowolski 36:37 Thanks so much for listening today. Be sure to DM me on Instagram your feedback or takeaways from today's episode on Up Your Creative Genius, then join me next week for more rocket fuel! Remember, you are the superstar of your universe, and the world needs what you have to bring. So get busy, get out and Up Your Creative Genius! And no matter where you are in the universe, here's some big love from yours truly, Patti Dobrowolski, and the Up Your Creative Genius Podcast. That's a wrap!

Toy Power Podcast
#262: One for all, and all for Ben!

Toy Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 68:07


Today on the show it's news day and the hits just keep coming! But this edition seems very targeted to Bens particular tastes - can he resist the multiple temptations? Trent also announces his new collection and boy has he set the bar quite high... We also recap on the Adelaide Toy and Comic fair featuring our Victorian brothers. All that and a couple of Kickstarters to boot! Prepare thy wallets!  Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk
#199: Million-Dollar RPG Kickstarters

Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 92:29


This week, Morrus, Peter, and Jessica talk about million-dollar RPG Kickstarters. In the news, eight new licensed film settings for D20 Modern, a new Pathfinder audio adventure coming soon, United Paizo Workers visit the White House, new releases on the way for Shadowrun, and more! Plus Our Favourite Game in All the World and a brand new sketch about a group of monsters preparing for the heroes. -------------------- News EN Publishing on Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/enpublishing Morrus received a letter from an inmate https://twitter.com/Morrus/status/1521815031125524481 D20 Modern Licensed Settings including Pacific Rim, Highlander, The Crow, Rambo and more https://www.enworld.org/threads/you-can-play-pacific-rim-king-kong-highlander-the-crow-total-recall-escape-from-ny-universal-soldier-rambo.688013/ Homebrew and Hacking: Crafting Personalized Feats https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/homebrewandhacking/homebrew-and-hacking-crafting-personalised-feats EN Publishing Can We Keep It? Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/enworld/can-we-keep-it-pets-for-your-dandd-5e-game News Digest for the Week of May 6 (United Paizo Workers in the White House, Pathfinder Audio Adventure, New Shadowrun releases, Origins Rescinds Mask Mandate, Pop-Up Gen Con on haitus in 2022) https://www.enworld.org/threads/news-digest-for-the-week-of-may-6.688106/ Star Trek Adventures Player's Guide and Gamemaster's Guide Review https://www.enworld.org/threads/expand-your-star-trek-adventures-with-new-guides-for-players-and-gamemasters.687467/ Not Dnd: Star Trek Adventures with Jim Johnson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-ApC30ERLo UK Games Expo 2022 https://www.ukgamesexpo.co.uk/ Lifepath RPG https://www.lifepathrpg.com/ -------------------- Kickstarters Seas of Kansas https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/wisdomvault/seas-of-kansas Airlock https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/274951579/airlock-random-rolled-resources-for-wardens-and-players The Undying War https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ckg/the-undying-war Disjunction https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tabcreations/disjunction-for-the-shadows-over-sol-rpg Find out all the RPG crowdfunding projects ending soon each week with Egg Embry's RPG Crowdfunding News at https://www.enworld.org/threads/rpg-crowdfunding-news-%E2%80%93-seas-of-kansas-the-undying-war-airlock-and-more.688048/ -------------------- Million Dollar RPG Kickstarters Million Dollar TTRPG Kickstarter List on EN World https://www.enworld.org/threads/million-dollar-ttrpg-kickstarter-club.678540/ BackerKit for Creators https://www.backerkit.com/for-creators Homebrew and Hacking: Crafting Personalized Feats https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/homebrewandhacking/homebrew-and-hacking-crafting-personalised-feats EN Publishing Can We Keep It? Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/enworld/can-we-keep-it-pets-for-your-dandd-5e-game -------------------- Please support us on Patreon at http://patreon.com/morrus Don't forget to join the Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1033145023517295/ and join us on Discord at https://discord.gg/VAuxX8M -------------------- Hosts: Russ “Morrus” Morrissey, Peter Coffey, and Jessica Hancock Editing and post-production: Darryl Mott Theme Song: Steve Arnott Kickstarter Game Research: Egg Embry Kickstarter Game Theme: Lyrics by Russ Morrissey, Vocals by “drwilko”, Guitar by Darryl Mott Malach the Maleficent played by Darren Morrissey Check out all the media content from EN World at http://enliverpg.com

Lion and the truth
free speech Dave Chappel and Topless bars

Lion and the truth

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 29:03


Lion and The Truth is a comedy podcast that brings unfiltered, defiant, and flagrant content from the Minds of Legends Cast and Guest. No political correctness, only facts and comedic amplification. Host Reuben, Alset, and guest are giving you hot takes and could care less about feelings, if it's funny and legendary we said it. If you are soft when it comes to words you hear, this is not the podcast for you. But if you loved the days of Loud music, comedians being funny, and Rambo, we have your Comedic Freedom. Welcome to Lion and The Truth  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpUa9t-34pzXIUYduA1z2Tw https://legendspodcasting.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lion-and-the-truth/id1418994133?uo=4  https://open.spotify.com/show/2kb6at5eSR9jlqajwoozOO?si=8qvHMkqgTzSCZSxjlv2bmg If you like the effect s titles text and transitions clink the link below. It supports the show and makes your videos look amazing.

2 Dads and a Podcast
Get to Know Jim Foronda

2 Dads and a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 59:28


Our latest guest is most known for his roles as Claptrap in Borderlands 3 and Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, Muscular in My Hero Academia, and Denny Brosh in Full Metal Alchemist/Brotherhood. His vocal talents have also been featured in anime such as One Piece, Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, Fairy Tail, Dragon Ball Super, and many more. His credits don't stop there, having also voiced in video games as Rambo in Paladins, Shredder and more in Smite, and multiple Dragon Ball Z games.   Jim started his career a bit differently than most in the industry, originally working in the advertising industry for Hasbro. Listen in while we talk about everything from video games, his previous jobs, what kind of super power he'd have, and loads more silliness! Find more roles on his IMDB, Behind the Voice Actor's, and personal web pages: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1542420/ https://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/Jim-Foronda/ https://marycollins.com/talent/jim-foronda/ Check him out on social media: https://twitter.com/JimForonda https://www.facebook.com/JimForondaVO/   Support the channel here: https://streamlabs.com/2dadsandapodcast/tip   Podcasts: https://linktr.ee/2dap   Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/2DAP   Twitter: https://twitter.com/2Dap2020 Discord: https://discord.gg/u38dH8yx3X Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twodap/  

Echoes of New Eden - Eve Echoes Weekly Pod
War Updates FILY vs Genfed, And we talk with Oyzer!

Echoes of New Eden - Eve Echoes Weekly Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 93:51


Hello there carebears, podkillers and every capsuleer in between! Rambo and Taylor Rick talk about Eve Echoes News and Updates, community news, game tips and much more!Check it out! Feel free to join us in the studio on my discord, at 03:00 UTC Fridays, 8pm PST.Echoes of New Eden Discord: https://discord.gg/M56U3U6bfQEchoes of New Eden Podcast Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4ox...Echoes from the Front Youtube Channel: https://youtube.com/c/EchoesfromtheFrontSky News Youtube; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8cA...Sky News-Telegram Blog: https://t.me/s/EveSkyNewsSky News Discord; http://discord.gg/w5SQPSnt2qNew Eden FM discord: https://discord.gg/bbNjs7VcfhNew Eve Echoes subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/echoes_eve/Thanks, everybody, farewell and fly safe.

Watching Films on the Toilet
37. Rambo (a violent film is very violent)

Watching Films on the Toilet

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 41:41


In which Eamonn and Ben get stuck in to Sylvester Stallone's hyper-violent sequel, Rambo (2008). They receive letters from a fairly angry comedian and a really angry film director, weigh up whether Ben should ever apologise to anyone, and Eamonn attempts to answer an important philosophical question. "And what is?"

Real Eyes Radio
Time to Wake Up

Real Eyes Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 74:59


Welcome back to Season 02 of Real Eyes Radio -- we'll be dropping another 8 episodes over the coming weeks, a bit more sporadically than last season, but always right on time. In this episode, HV experiments on her human body system in the name of Health & Wellness, Rambo explores his old obsession with building & maintaining muscle mass, and we both ponder what comes first -- the chicken, egg, or lab they were grown in? We vandalize the halls of Natural History Museums, yell into the decaying echo chamber of twitter, and watch Life as we know it enter a catabolic state in real-time as our idols vanish before our very eyes. Actor-based Reality takes center stage, with the many faces of Elon Musk (and many ears of Joe Biden) and we tend to old wounds that refuse to heal, with the digital ghosts of Maddie McCann and JonBenét Ramsey once again haunting our collective-consciousness. We end with listener questions and remind ourselves that the Spell is powered by our belief in it. Follow us on Patreon for more in-depth analysis and matrix-cracking insights from the minds of HV & Rambo. Enjoy! --- Music by AYZ @Ayz, and a special shoutout to *THE UNIVERSE* for sponsoring our first episode of Season 02.    

Hound PodCast: Double U Hunting Supply
EP 154: The Hunting Hound with Nick Gilliland

Hound PodCast: Double U Hunting Supply

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 65:32


Bear and Nick talk a bit on beagles, bassets, and deer (not in the order). They also talk about the shrinking hunting opportunities around the US, and how it affects the average working class Houndsman. They also discuss crazy hounds that think they are Rambo at 5 months, and how Nick can tell his basset hound is getting tired by the tracks he leaves in the sand. It's been a while since the two caught up, and that always makes for a great conversation. So Kick back and enjoy some good laughs along with some serious conversation.  Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @thehuntinghound

One Brew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Episode 117: Rambo: Last Blood

One Brew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 65:15


Due to some unforeseen circumstances (not Covid) we couldn't get to the Netflix film “The Bubble.” However we reached far back into our archives and found an unreleased episode where we review 2019's “Rambo: Last Blood.” Some preview comments of this episode say it is Dumbo all over again. If Stallone keeps making these movies we will keep reviewing them because one of the hosts loves Rambo.

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
Mario Cristobal Won't Let The 2022 NFL Draft Happen Again, Miami Hurricanes Stadium?

Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 34:28


The Miami Hurricanes only had ONE player selected in the 2022 NFL Draft. Nose tackle Jon Ford was selected with pick 234 of the seventh round by the Green Bay Packers, While this did continue Miami's impressive 48 year streak of having at least one player selected, it was Miami's worst NFL draft output since 1980. This is another major reason why Miami had to go out and replace Manny Diaz with Mario Cristobal, who has a proven track record of recruiting and developing top tier talent. Miami has players like Tyler Van Dyke, Will Mallory, Jaylen Knighton, and several others, who should be able to find improved positions in the 2023 draft (if the under-classmen declare, of course!). Host Alex Donno discusses why safety Bubba Bolden and WR Charleston Rambo were not selected and why teams will regret not taking a chance on them in the future. Bolden landed in Seattle as an undrafted free agent while Rambo wound up in Carolina. Receiver Mike Harley signed with the Browns. Donno also reacted to Inter Miami's new stadium venture being brought up as something that could potentially be shared with the University of Miami football team. Alex believes there are multiple better options available, including remaining long term at Hard Rock Stadium or allowing John Ruiz and other boosters to bankroll Miami's own stadium at Tropical Park. Becoming a tenant to a Major League Soccer team in a small stadium does not seem like the answer the Hurricanes should be looking for. Plus, Donno recaps the controversial NIL saga with basketball guard Isaiah Wong, who ultimately decides NOT to enter the transfer portal or renegotiate his NIL deal with Life Wallet. Why did this happen, and was Wong misrepresented by his agent? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices