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  1. Just a couple of comments:

    1) video pot cast is the way to go, because it covers people who like audio pod cast and people who prefer the full video experience, giving more choice for 20 Dollar more is a no brainer….

    2)I agree about checking your own product:
    if you have a website just ask someone to use the website for the first time to buy something, and just sit next to the person and see how it goes….
    If you offer a service just ask someone to use the service and give him the money to pay for it, and watch from the sidelines how things go….

    πŸ™‚

  2. I recently upgraded my weekly interview show with a video background. When I went to look at it, it has that “windows movie maker” vibe despite using adobe to make it.

  3. How weight loss actually works: https://i.pinimg.com/originals/98/7c/27/987c27e6fd38e84dbb3154f5bad098e7.jpg

    You’re doing all the right things, Eli. Your system of experimenting and looking at the numbers is how John Sonmez and Greg’O Gallagher succeeded in their fitness journeys. I enjoy fasting cause it removes the stress of cooking breakfast from my daily routine. I also find bigger meals more satisfying to eat in one sitting which makes the process easier to stick with long term.

    Everything else still applies, I weigh my food and measure out servings striving for a good mix of proteins, fats, and carbs. Vegetables, fruits, and sauces are ‘free game’ so I don’t have to count those calories towards my daily deficit. I refeed once or twice a week with a focus on consuming more carbs on those days. Instead of my 1,550 deficit number, I can eat closer to maintenance which is around 1,900 calories.

    For podcasts, I really like the system that Security Weekly uses. They publish their podcasts in video form and later offer the audio of the episode up for download. During the livecast, they’re conscious of the fact listeners later won’t be able to see anything being shown or demoed so they make references to show notes on their site where links are provided if people are interested in seeing it later. I do normally prefer the video content over the audio.

    https://securityweekly.com/
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg–XBjJ50a9tUhTKXVPiqg

  4. trying my best to leave specific political rhetoric for $5 a month this is my safe space from pat you on the head heres a ribbon mentality of stupidity. its a breath of fresh air and brings a sort of balance yes life sucks adapt or die , good luck.
    with all the sound bytes and ludicrous misinformation thanks ELI

      • Trying my best to leave specific political rhetoric. For $5 a month this is my safe space from pat you on the head heres a ribbon mentality of stupidity. Its a breath of fresh air and brings a sort of balance. Yes life sucks – adapt or die.
        Good luck with all the sound bytes and ludicrous misinformation,

        Thanks ELI
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      • Yeah that some how got jumbled up.
        I apreciate your tell it like it is approach. Your a great breath of fresh air from this insane pat you on the head here’s a participating ribbon world views. It’s a safe zone from the bull shit of the I deserve $15 for eating tide pods crowd lol.

  5. Yeah that some how got jumbled up.
    I apreciate your tell it like it is approach. Your a great breath of fresh air from this insane pat you on the head here’s a participating ribbon world views. It’s a safe zone from the bull shit of the I deserve $15 for eating tide pods crowd lol.

  6. Just a little feedback, Eli:
    I am really enjoying the podcast via iTunes to listen to the older content while commuting (I am seriously thinking about pay for the newer content, as the price is really affordable for this extra service).
    Back in the day, I used to extract the audio myself from the YouTube videos, so I could listen to them. To have the opportunity to get them already converted and in the iTunes/Podbean plattaform is a great charm.
    The video podcast would not make much difference for me, because I usually watch the videos at home, at morning, while preparing/eating breakfast and doing other mechanical stuff.
    Keep up with the great job you have been doing Eli. And thanks a lot for the useful and sincere advices!

  7. Take the part of the video at around 20-ish minute, where Eli is expressing the waving frantically, and imagine viewing this from the side, as he waves his hands maniacally at the screen.

    Just a fun thought popping into my head as I’m watching πŸ˜€

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