Think Different Theory

The World is in the Matrix

WHAT IS THIS EPISODE ABOUT?

In this episode, I’m going to to talk about some things that have really been bothering me about the society we live in today and life in general. Most of us are oblivious to the truth and the value in living an impactful life, and this is just a very sad state of affairs.

WHY SHOULD I LISTEN?

I’ll talk about that and so much more that I recently had a discussion over with my church group leader. Listen in and tell me what you think about it all.

Here are the key topics discussed in this episode:

  • Opening up to Chad (My church group leader) (02:42)
  • Shifting my fundamentals and motives (04:42)
  • Absolute truth does exist in the world (08:06)
  • Trying to figure things out (12:32)
  • The coaching consulting world (13:18)

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May 13, 2019

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EPISODE TRANSCRIPT:

00:00          So this one was just weird. Right? So, this happened to me. I found this out, and then, like two days later I see Alex Becker doing a video on it, and then like two days later I see somebody else doing something on it. And then like, I dunno, like the other day I saw it on Logan Paul’s podcast. Do you know the book, “Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill”, it’s sold like 100 million copies. It’s fake. Like, the book has a lot of good material in it, but Andrew Carnegie and Napoleon Hill have no documented meeting of them ever meeting between the two of them, or for that matter, Napoleon Hill never met with any of the people that he says he did in the book. Aint that crazy.

00:33          You are now entering a new paradigm.

00:33          So, here’s my issue. I wanted to find the answers to life’s biggest questions. Things like, how do I become happy and live with purpose? How do I make more money doing what I love, and what does it mean to be truly successful in all areas of life? My name is Josh Forti, @JoshForti on Instagram, and I ask life’s biggest questions and share the answers with you. My goal is to help you find purpose, happiness, and open your mind to new realms of possibility by helping you think differently about everything you do, know, and understand. On this podcast, we think different, we dream bigger, and we live in a world without limits. This is a new paradigm. Welcome to The Think Different Theory.

01:16          What’s up guys? Welcome back to another episode of The Think Different Theory. My name is Josh Forti and we’re gonna dive right in. We’ve got an important episode today. We’ve got stuff to talk about. It’s like stuff that’s really been on my mind. I want to say borderline bothering me. And, oh, I guess I didn’t say the intro. What episode are we on? I don’t even know. I’m checking, I gotta check. 63. I think this is 63. Welcome back to episode number 63. If you’re here for a perfect intro, well, you’re here for the wrong reasons. So, I apologize about that. But, let’s dive in because we’ve got important stuff. Because, the topic for today is one that it’s really bothering me, and I don’t know if bothering is the right word. It’s just something that I think about a lot, and you know, people being asleep, and the wonderful world and reality that we live in today.

02:00          I’m a very optimistic person, but I’ll tell you, lately/recently, and what I’ve been studying, I don’t want to say I’m not… I’m not optimistic anymore. I’m just very aware, and becoming more and more aware as time goes on. I have mood swings for sure, you know, kind of whether or not I’m an optimist or a realist. I’m never a pessimist. I don’t think I’ve ever been a pessimist in my whole life. I don’t how… I hope I never am, but I’m either an optimist or a realist. I think I’m always a realist and sometimes I’m a delusional optimist, and I try to be, but I also like to see things for where they are at. Anyway, all that being said, I was having a conversation today with my small group, leader’s name is… actually, I don’t know if I’m supposed to say his name. We’ll call him Chad, but… Chad, yeah, he and I… he’s my small group leader.

02:42          Yes. That’s his name. It’s Chad. I was having lunch, not lunch with them. I was over at his house. We were chatting today, because he’s an awesome dude, and Chad, I know you’re listening, so big shout out to you. But anyway, so we’re talking, and I opened up to him. He’s someone that I trust, and… or you know, I’m trusting more and more, and that… you know, I feel like I could talk to him about some stuff. And so we kind of dove deep into, my beliefs on certain things and figuring things out to…. Because right now I have a lot of… of life issues going on. And I don’t mean in a bad way. I’m just like, I’m 25 years old. I’m figuring life out. Right? And so, I have a very big heart.

03:17          I have a lot of very, very big goals. Very, very big dreams. I see the world differently than a lot of people, I believe. And, my experiences, you know, and what I have been able to do, and see, and understand. I’ve had some very interesting, unique life experiences that maybe not everybody’s had. I believe everybody has their own unique life experiences, but I have had mine obviously, and I see the world much differently than a lot of people that I come in contact with. And I have big dreams. I had big visions, I have the goals, but I am constantly obsessed with learning. I mean like truly, I want to be the best person I can be. I want to change the world, and I want to change the world in whatever way God’s going to have me change the world. I’m not quite sure what that’s going to be yet, but I have this vision of changing the world, and understanding reality, and understanding people, and understanding this universe, and how we all live and act.

04:00          And as you guys know, I’m big into quantum physics, and I’m big into, you know, faith, religion and kind of things like that. Not… not so much religion. Religion is a bunch of BS rules that nobody should actually live like. But no, like actual like, having a relationship with God and spirituality, and yada, yada yada, what have you. But anyway, all that being said, cause I know I’m rambling here a little bit. We’re having this conversation where I sat down, and I was like, “Chad, I’ve got these issues, man. I… I see things and I experience these things. I think about these things and ask all these questions.” And I’m like, “I just don’t get why people aren’t awake. I don’t get why I’m not the only… or like why I’m the only one asking these questions, why the rest of the world is just like, it just… it just makes me mad.”

04:42          And so basically here’s the story I told him or I don’t know if, I guess it’s a story. My life story is, you know, I grew up with big goals, big dreams as well, but they were very material things like I understood God, Yay, you know, went to church and grew up and my parents loved God. So you know, obviously or they love God but, and so obviously like I was around that. But you know, for me success was monetary success. Success was influence and doing good things was making other people feel good. I had no concept of real relationship with God. I had no concept of how crazy this reality of this world that we live in is. As I look around and I’ve done a lot of studying now and as I’ve grown up my, my whole fundamentals of shifted, my whole motives have shifted or are shifting.

05:27          And um, really how I understand things is very much shifted. And what I mean by that is like, I have gone through high of highs, like very high of highs in the “worldly” success in what, you know, this world defines as, you know, money and hanging out with successful people and driving expensive cars and staying in expensive places. Then I’ve also been pretty, pretty low, right? Like way down on the low of like very depressed, very lost, very broken in deep, deep places. And I’ve experienced, you know, a lot of things like I’ve done heavy drugs at certain points in my life and, and nothing crazy, crazy like I was never on like, you know, meth or heroin or anything like that. But like psychedelics, like chill, like you wouldn’t imagine and like experienced so many different things and have a completely different perception of God and reality and relationships and how this world works.

06:21          And I kind of feel like sometimes, and I want to be very careful with what I’m about to say next. So you know, uh, uh, understand me when I say this, I do not believe at all ever that I am better than anyone. Not at all, nothing ever. I believe that all men are created equal. I think we’re all the same. I think, you know, certain people are smarter, they’re more knowledgeable than other people and we all have different life experiences. But in no way will I ever be, or will anyone ever be above or below another human being. I think we’re all created equal. And so it’s just a matter of knowledge and education and, and I understand that I’ve been incredibly blessed in my life experiences to be able to accomplish the things that I have and learn the things that I have him and experiences, things that I have, which is one of the reasons why I’m very passionate about sharing it with other people because I know not everybody has the same opportunities that I have had or take advantage of them.

07:10          So I really want to educate people and go out and do that. But all that being said, sometimes I feel like, I don’t know if the Matrix is the right word, but sometimes I like feel like I’m sitting here and I’m living in a different reality than most people. And I don’t just mean like, oh great, you know, Josh, you’re 25 and you know, have some money in the bank and can, you know, go and travel and see. I don’t mean, I don’t mean that. I mean from a, from a mental perspective of understanding what’s going on in this world. Now, I haven’t got a lot, a lot, a lot to figure out. I mean, I have in no way have it all figured out, nor will I ever. But one of the things that I have realized and one of the things that I firmly believe is that actually before I state this, I believe that everybody should have strong beliefs in things and no matter how strong your belief is, I think that you should always question your beliefs and make sure that they are, that our firm, I’m a fan of absolute truth, but I believe that a lot of truth is, you know, relative to the situation.

08:06          But I absolutely believe there’s absolute truth in this world. But that means that I believe that there are certain things. Basically you should not be afraid to take a stand on something, even if the rest of the world thinks you’re crazy, even if everybody else thinks you’re wrong. If you believe something to be true without a shadow of a doubt in your mind and you have a reason to believe that, proof to believe that I believe that you should believe that and based on your experiences and based on your facts and you should do that. And one of the things that I believe is that the world is, is living with, I don’t know, a mask. Um, you know, I hate the term like stay woke, but like that sums it up. You know what I mean? Like wake up people. I believe that the world has no idea what reality actually is.

08:41          I believe that the world has no idea what truth actually is and the most scary part of it is I believe that the world doesn’t actually know how to find either of those things. Large majority of them. Now preface this or guess post, I don’t know what the technical term would be for that, but prefacing this by saying, uh, I have only experienced my world, right? I’ve met a lot of people, a lot of people and have, you know, been able to influence some people and travel and see, but you know, I, in our western culture, at least from what I’ve seen and from the bits and pieces of the other parts of the world where I had been to and seen, uh, we’re, we’re kind of asleep. We think that the reality is whatever society is and whatever the world around us is, we think that normal is whatever society tells us to do and society is run by big business and capitalism and greed.

09:32          We, we make decisions not based off of facts, not based off of actual, like emotionless or emotion taken out of an objective reasoning. We make all of our decisions based off of emotion. We do whatever fuels, right? We don’t understand that quantum physics is a real fricking thing over here. That there’s these spiritual battles or battles and other dimensions and other worlds going on and all this stuff that’s happening and we just hunky Dory along. Like Aww man, McDonald’s came out with the latest thing and the newest Avenger movie, which by the way, I love the newest avenger movie. Like that’s top of my priority list and oh my gosh, if I can just go to work and maybe do some good for some people and you know, come home and watch my Netflix or maybe even create a company and make $1 million and influence people and how there’s like that success.

10:20          That’s, that’s the dream. That’s our norm. You know, oh go to college, acquire a bunch of debt, live in an apartment, drive around in a car that’s normal. Or on the flip side of that, that business is businesses only purpose is to make money. Like come on man, really is business his only purpose to make money. I hear so many people say that like, no this is not normal, these are not. These are things that we, we come up within our head based off of our surroundings and based off of where I want to say chance because I believe in God, but like let’s, let’s look at this here, right? Somebody was born in Africa, I was born in America. Somebody else was born in Mexico, somebody else was born in and I was born in Wisconsin, moved to California and now I’m in Omaha, right?

11:04          Uh, or went to Indiana and then Omaha, somebody else was born in Maryland and now lives in Texas. Somebody else, you know what I mean? Like we all have these different life experiences. Some people come from divorced parents, some people’s parents are together, some people were adopted, some, you know what I mean? Like, so we form these habits and we all kind of form our own, our own perception of what reality is and based on the experiences that we grew up with, and then collectively as a society, we all come together and are like, Yo, Yo, we’re all on this planet together. So we all kinda got to just get along. And if we all just get along, then you know, whatever’s cool with everybody, that’s kind of where we’re going. Like what? Like that’s, that’s how this world works man. It’s like Yah and nobody, nobody just takes a step back and like asks,

11:46          Yo, what’s truth? Like what’s actual truth? Because there are, there has to be truth and this is an episode for another time and I’d love to, I can’t wait to bring people on to talk about this. We’re gonna have more interviews, but like there’s gotta be truth. Someone told me Josh, truth is relative. I’m like really? Really? Is truth relative. Huh? That statement that you just said right there. Truth is relative. Is that a true statement? Well yeah, cause truth is relative. But is it because truth is relative? Are you sure that that statement is true? Are you sure? Because if it is, then that statement is false because if truth is relative and that statement is true, then maybe it’s true for you, but not for me. Maybe there is absolute truth for me and not for you, but, but is it? Like, so like people don’t even think about the logic of their own statements, you know what I mean?

12:32          Like people just make up things based on whatever they feel. And I’m just like, what, what is going on? Like, ah. So anyway, back to the story with Chad. Um, I’m going and I’m sitting there, I’m talking to him about this. I’m like, Chad, I don’t get it because I’ve got this business over here and it’s doing really well. Business is blowing up. We’re over, you know, we’re doing $100,000 a month, probably $200,000, maybe even $250,000 a month by the end of the year. It’s, you know, great. And, uh, you know, I’ve got this going over here. I’ve got the podcast going, and then I’m also figuring out relationships and I’m like, you know what, if I go down this route in life, or what if I go down this route in life and what about this and what about this? And he’s like, well why are you, you know, what caused this or why do you want to do this?

13:12          And I’m sitting here and telling them all this and I’m like, I just don’t get why everybody else is so just cool with just sitting around and not thinking bigger, not wanting to go out and change the world. And so we had that whole discussion. Well then that led me down the rabbit hole of truth and then that led me down the rabbit hole of something else. And so I have all these thoughts in my head and I’m trying to figure this thing out cause I’m like, I’m 25 years old, I’ve got to decide whether I want to be married or not. Anytime soon. I’ve got to decide whether or not I want to build $1 million business or $1 billion business. I’ve got to decide whether I want to, you know, go and be an apologist or going to be a business person.  Who says I got to be in business my whole life?

13:50          And like everyone tells me, Oh, you’ve got time to figure it out. And like nothing is certain in life and you can change paths or whatever. Like yeah, you can. But also, um, like maybe I want to go down one thing and become really, really good at it. You’re gonna know, maybe I want to dive at all in on this. Some things I do need to make a decision for. I can’t do everything. All right? Like this is impossible. I can’t be in my entire life everything that I want to be. It’s just not possible. And I also have a bigger purpose. I have a bigger calling. Listen, my calling on this earth, regardless of what anybody believes, but regardless, what everyone else tells me, my calling on this earth or my purpose on this earth is to bring glory and honor God. All right?

14:28          Like I believe that 100% so now my question doesn’t just become what do I want to do now? Because it comes, what does God want me to do? And I’ve got all of these other issues going on, right? And I’ve got philosophy going on and I got quantum physics that I want to study and I got the Bible that I want to study and I’ve got personal responsibility that I’m all about and I want to build businesses and I want to understand systems and I want to go and do all these things. Oh, and the best part, here’s the best part, right? The best part is my whole life I want to be an influencer, right? Like I just though being famous was super cool. I thought, man, if I was famous then I could influence people. If I was famous, I could go out there and change people’s lives by giving out these amazing passionate messages and you know, really showing people how to blow up their business or how to change their life, how to do this.

15:11          And then I realized in order to be famous, you got to appeal to the masses. And quite frankly, every single person that appeals to the mass masses, I just don’t like. Like they’re just, they’re shallow, right? Or they are, you know, not exactly the type of human that I would want to model myself after. Right? They’re completely immoral or, or what have you. And so I’m like, man, ever. The people that I respect most in this entire world that I’ve met that I actually respect most have no fame. They’re really smart and they’ve experienced a lot of stuff in life, but they don’t have mass fame, they don’t have mass influence. They’re just really wise and really smart. And I’m like, man, I want to go and be famous and I wanted to have influence and I wanted to, you know, go change the world that way.

15:52          But also that kind of sounds like it sucks because if I’m famous, I’ve got to appeal to the masses in her old appeal to the masses. All the masses want like listen, like all the masses want is what makes them feel good, right? They want to be comfortable. They want to hear what makes them feel good. They want to be entertained. They don’t want to change their life. Nobody wants, like the large majority of people say they want to change their life, but they don’t. Like they. If they did, they just would. I wanted to change my life so you know what I did. I changed my freaking life. There are people out there that want to change the freaking lives so they go change their freaking lives lives. Anybody can go change your life. You don’t need some motivational crap. Now, great. Don’t get me wrong.

16:29          It’s awesome to be inspired to have motivation to all those things. Those are great things, but some people, they just act like they’ve got a watch motivation all day long, like they don’t even, it’s just, I don’t know, this podcast episode, like I said, it was going to be off the hook and just kind of, I don’t even know that happened. They come at all, but these are things that I’m contemplating in life. People figuring out how to bring peace and how to bring the love of Jesus to people and figuring out how to help people better their lives and figure out how to get people to wake up. It’s not the government that’s holding you back. It’s your own darn self. And by the way, truth is not what’s on the media. Oh, oh, here’s a crazy one you want to know is I’m crazy. All right, here’s something crazy.

17:10          You know, the, uh, uh, book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, right? All right, so for those of you that don’t know what this is the Think and Grow Rich book, it’s one of the most famous books of all time outside of like the Bible. Okay. Um, it’s, it’s written by a guy named Napoleon Hill who essentially interviews Andrew Carnegie, who Andrew Carnegie is like, uh, this big, huge, massive, like super successful person, I guess back in the day. Anyway, so he writes this whole book based off interviews with Andrew and Andrew Carnegie and all of these other really smart people that he goes around and interviews and writes all their wisdom down and spreads it out to the masses. Basically secrets of the rich and how to be rich and bout how to be wealthy. It’s all fake people. People, if there’s no documentation anywhere that Napoleon Hill ever met, Andrew Carnegie, there’s no documentation anywhere that any of these interviews exist.

18:04          In fact, I read, and I’m still doing research on this myself, but I’ve heard it from multiple sources that I trust. Um, multiple sources actually. It’s come up is weird at first heard about it. Then I went and studied it and then, um, I was studying it and I was like, what the heck? This is crazy. And then like two days later I see a video by Alex Becker who he talked about this and I was like, oh my gosh, I’m not the only one. And then like three days later, or two days later, I see another video by another guy who talks about this. And it was, there was, uh, there’s one on Logan Paul’s podcast, “Impulsive”, Spencer. He talked about it and then told Logan Paul not even to read the book because it’s, it’s as fake. I mean, it’s a great book. I’ve read it.

18:37          It’s got a lot of good information in it, but like the whole premise is wrong. Like there’s no, like the things that he said he did never actually happen, but yet mainstream society has put this book up on a pedestal saying this is one of the greatest books of all time, Yada Yada. His book sold, I don’t know, 15 20 million. Let me pull up the research here. Right? How many?  We’re doing research on the podcast how many copies of think and grow rich sold. How many I got here. 20 million copies? No, I’m sorry, hundred million copies. First published during the Great Depression at the time of Hill’s death, 1970 sold more than 20 million copies. And by 2015, 100 million copies have been sold worldwide. 100 million people have bought this book. 100 million freaking people. And it’s fake. I mean the information is good, but what is talked about in there didn’t actually happen.

19:28          How does someone do that? Look at the Bernie Madoff scandal, right? Bernie,  Fannie Mae and Bernie Madoff or whatever. I don’t know what it was that the big huge hedge fund scandal for hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars whenever it was.  Like, guys, what you, just because it’s in the mainstream of society does not make it real. Just because the media says so doesn’t mean it’s true. And I’m not one to be big on conspiracy theories, right? All these people say, you know, Oh, this has happened here. This is happening here. I don’t know. I’m not wanting to be super, super big on conspiracy, but lot of what I am big on his truth and I do know that the overwhelming majority of what is going on in today’s society is wrong and we believe it because it’s what we want to believe.  It’s what makes us feel good. We don’t look at truth.

20:09          We don’t look at at facts, we think facts are relative. We think facts or whatever we want them to be. We think truth is whatever we want it to be. It’s like maddening. And for someone that is seeking truth and wants to change the world and wants to go out there and really make a positive impact on the world today and having these people go, oh, so and so did this or this is true, this is true. And I’m like, are you sure? Are you really sure about that? And they’re like, well, of course. So and so said it. And I’m like are you sure, you know, like, like, ah. So anyway, long story short, uh, if you can’t tell, I have a lot of my mind. I’m very intense, uh, thank you Chad for pointing that out because I certainly had never noticed it myself.

20:52          No. Um, It’s no, but I, I’m an intense person guys. I know and I have a lot going on in my mind and this whole podcast episode is an accurate representation of what my mind looks like on a daily basis, on so many different topics. But just know that this podcast was dedicated to talking about and answering questions like these. And gosh darn it. Yes, because I don’t cuss or swear, gosh darn it. I’m going to do it. I’m going to go out there and I’m going to find the answers to these and share them with you because that’s what I do. And so, you know, right now I’m in the middle of reading a bunch of different books. Um, I just bought, oh, what’s the book that I just bought? It was, it was a book on quantum physics and like how they actually work.

21:34          Hold on, let me pull it up. We’ve got, um, well I’m reading Ray Dalio’s Principles, which is a phenomenal book. I’m reading Einstein’s Relativity. Um, here it is. I’m readying talk Einstein’s Relativity. Uh, yeah, and the quantum revolution. Modern Physics for Scientists. All right, so all about, cause I’m not a scientist, but I love quantum physics. Quantum mechanics, quantum theory. It’s like freaking mind-blowing stuff. I’m trying to be woke guys for as much as the cliche, and I don’t know, hipster is not the right word, but as much as that saying is cliche at times I’m trying to wake people up. But first I’ve got to be woken up myself and I feel like I’m living in a world where 90% of the world has no idea what’s going on. They have no idea what reality is. They have no idea what truth is.

22:22          They have no idea what so many people are, are so many things are. And um, I’m out here to try to change the narrative of wake people up. So it’s been an interesting week, it’s was 85 degrees, 75 degrees earlier today and now it’s pouring rain and uh, I feel like that’s accurate or really accurately reflective of how my mood has or how my thoughts have been.  I had the last couple of days and um, it’s been quite the interesting week for me. So anyhow. Oh, this was fun. I hope you liked this episode. Uh, I don’t really know if there was a necessarily a point to this episode, like, or one common theme or, or wrapping up that I wanted to be like, I hope you learned this from this episode because there’s really not. But if I had to, I would say, hey, nothing is what it actually looks like.

23:08          And oh, by the way, absolute truth is 100% a real thing. Go find that. Hey, by the way, um, reality is not what you think reality is. It’s not what society tells you it is. It is completely different than that. And if there are two things that I would, excuse me, if there are two things that I can tell you to go and study, I would say I go and study quantum physics and go study the Bible/absolute truth. And as you know, I very, very much believe in the Bible. I believe that the Bible is, that’s a whole other, ah, gosh, you don’t have time. I’m already way over on time here. I want to talk about the Bible and I to talk about Truth and absolute truth. Maybe that’ll be the next episode. Guys, you’re in for a treat this week. You get inside the mind of Josh Forti on a daily basis.

23:54          All right, I’m gonna wrap this up, but I need a favor. All right? I need one favor from you. I need to know whether you liked this episode or not. Like actually need like I would really like to know that and we’ll be actually super helpful if you could. Um, you know, um, let me know on Instagram, hit me up in the DM on there and be like, Yo, Josh, this episode was insane and don’t ever talk about it again. I mean, that won’t do, that’s not gonna stop me, but I would like to know if you think that on the flip side, if you loved it and you want more unfiltered ranting craziness of the salt, then please let me know and we’ll go down that rabbit hole too. But probably the next two episodes since I record these in batches are going to be me in this mood.

24:29          So like I said, buckle in because you’re in for a treat. If this is the type of stuff you like. All right guys, that’s all I got for you. As always, hustle, hustle, God bless. Do not be afraid to think different. I am so dead serious. When I say that term, you think like so many people think it’s a sexy or a cliche thing or something that I’m just trying to do branding about and Yada Yada. It’s not, it’s not a branding thing. It’s not a, uh, a way of like, oh, you know, catchy slogan. No, it’s how I live. It’s what I believe. It will absolutely, positively change your life. It will. Huh? And that’s all I’ve got for you today. I’m going to leave you with this thought regardless of what happens. I do believe love is the answer. And I believe that, uh, you know, regardless of what you believe right now or what you will ultimately end up leaving in your lifetime, like love other people so much.

25:20          You know, it’s never okay to be mean or rude. I’m not saying that anyone is above anyone because you’re not, I’m not above anyone. You’re not above everyone. We’re all equal. And we all do need to love each other more. But we really have to wake up and we really have to look at facts and we really have to look at truth. And we really have to look at the things that actually matter in life because most of the things that a lot of people think matter. Absolutely. Just don’t. All right guys, that’s all I got. I love you all and I will see you on the next episode. Take it easy fam. Peace.

25:51          Yo, what’s up guys? You’ve been listening to The Think Different Theory with myself, Josh Forti, which I like to call, “A new paradigm of thinking”, and real quick, I got a question for you. Did you like this episode? If you did, I want to ask a huge favor. See, the biggest thing that helps this podcast grow, and that will spread this message of positivity and making the world a better place, is if you leave a review, a rating and subscribe to the podcast. What that does is, it basically tells the platforms that this is out on, that you like my stuff, and that I’m doing something right. So if you could take like three seconds out of your day and subscribe, leave a rating, and a review, I would be forever grateful for you. Also, I want to hear from you. I want to know your feedback, your ideas, and your questions for future episodes. So be sure to hit me up on Instagram in the DM @JoshForti or via email contact@ThinkDifferentTheory.com.