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“You GET OUT What You PUT IN!” – James Hetfield – #Entspresso

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Comments to “You GET OUT What You PUT IN!” – James Hetfield – #Entspresso

  • Let's put in some work today guys !

    Chilling With Mike September 13, 2017 11:03 AM Reply
  • Hard work pays off y'all! Let's go

    Joseph Ocbamicael September 13, 2017 11:04 AM Reply
  • Thanks for this video I needed to experience this. God bless and keep going..

    Beat Designers September 13, 2017 11:06 AM Reply
    • Beat Designers l

      Ruby Rai September 13, 2017 11:46 AM Reply
  • I am preparing for my exams. I study an average of 4 hrs per day . Proper one . Wish me luck ! Cause I am working hard.

    Ashwani Sadhu September 13, 2017 11:13 AM Reply
    • Good luck on your exams! All the best. 🙂 #BTA621 Luka

      Evan Carmichael September 13, 2017 12:44 PM Reply
    • Ashwani Sadhu You reminded me of my time at university (2years earlier) when I studied 24 x 7 and got a 'First Class Degree in Business Enterprise'. It was a killer because at time I was pregnant (and unwell) as well…and gave birth 1 week after my Graduation.But I must say : "Hard work and dedication does pay off if you believe in yourself." !

      CreativeQueen x September 13, 2017 12:53 PM Reply
    • Go for it man, its happening.

      Kevin Banks September 13, 2017 1:12 PM Reply
    • Ashwani Sadhu all the best u know u can do it ?

      CreativeQueen x September 13, 2017 1:15 PM Reply
    • Good luck! 🙂

      Fritz Schneebauer September 13, 2017 3:58 PM Reply
    • Thanks a lot guys !

      Ashwani Sadhu September 14, 2017 11:23 AM Reply
  • Awesome information and Video. Believe and Achieve Your goals. Just Do It. THANKS again for Today's outing video again Evan. WORK HARD BUT WORK SMART. Enjoy YOURSELF DAY. Hugs. Troy.

    Troy Hagen September 13, 2017 11:13 AM Reply
  • Thank you Evan ?

    Ms. Jade Campbell September 13, 2017 11:21 AM Reply
  • Great message. Made me put my goals into perspective and help me realize I need to strive to do more. Thank you #BTA2 #BELEIVE

    Chermylife September 13, 2017 11:43 AM Reply
  • Yes I always believe working hard. You have to put in 10,000 hours to master what your doing.

    scott huynh September 13, 2017 12:07 PM Reply
  • This is true! I just became a board certified registered nurse by consistently studying night and day. I studied before work and after work, on lunch breaks and went to bed listening to lectures. I'm so happy for this accomplishment. I'm the first RN-BC in my organization!

    Karen Salazar September 13, 2017 12:16 PM Reply
  • Very true gotta put in 10 work to expect 10 results!

    Clifford Starks September 13, 2017 12:17 PM Reply
  • Definitely where I need to be. I'll be the first to admit, I'm not giving it what it deserves to get out there.

    psykomystro September 13, 2017 12:26 PM Reply
  • Gotta say i have been slacking a little bit, thanks for the boost. Great video and messages! #BTA36

    Andrey Ferreira September 13, 2017 12:26 PM Reply
  • 'Just having a flashback in time' : Remembering my time at university (2years earlier) when I studied 24 x 7 and got a 'First Class Degree in Business Enterprise'. It was a killer because at time I was pregnant (and unwell) as well…and gave birth 1 week after my Graduation.But I must say : "Hard work and dedication does pay off if you believe in yourself." !

    CreativeQueen x September 13, 2017 12:55 PM Reply
    • CreativeQueen x Respect to you lady.

      Ramsés F. September 13, 2017 9:08 PM Reply
  • Great video Evan #BTA01

    Blacjack S. September 13, 2017 1:08 PM Reply
  • I believe that I am putting in the work necessary. I have 3 kids and still manage to find every other waking second writing and creating great music, however I know there are areas that I can improve in. And for those things I pray.

    Kevin Banks September 13, 2017 1:10 PM Reply
  • Ain't that the truth, gotta work your ass off. Everything in life has a price, what price are you willing to pay? Relax now and pay later by failing and never getting your dreams or pay now with ridiculous hard work and hopefully get that dream?

    Clayton Hernandez September 13, 2017 1:35 PM Reply
  • One of the things that I have noticed is that “Mother Nature” rarely loses. We live in a very advanced technological world but the ferocity of a hurricane, tornado, earthquake, tsunami, blizzard, flood, or volcanic eruption still tends to render us somewhat powerless. Mother Nature’s spouse, “Father Time”, also always wins. Who among us hasn’t wished that they could go into the time machine with the knowledge, experience, and wisdom that they now possess and relive some past events when they had a more active physical capability than they do now? Nature is not just a villain. She is also a heroine. When a forest is carelessly destroyed, doesn’t nature find a way to rebuild and replenish? Isn’t it neat when the leaf of a plant is blocked from its source of sunlight and a branch evolves adjusting the position so that the leaf has direct sunlight exposure? We can’t control nature but we must try and PAY ATTENTION to it. When we know that the hurricane is approaching we move to safer ground, buy batteries and supplies, and prepare to hunker down for safety. When there is a tornado warning, we move to the safest room away from the windows. Extreme scenarios effectively motivate us to pay attention. What I want our focus to be now is when nature is a bit more subtle. I submit to you that nature gives us clues how to be successful but we fail to PAY ATTENTION. As toddlers, we copy and learn from our parents just as the animal kingdom does. Nature at work. PAY ATTENTION. The best thing about being human vs. being an animal is our ability to think. To visualize solutions. To change our environment for the better. To reason. Most importantly, to resolve, to commit, and to not be denied. To will. The greatest gift that our Creator has given us is the ability to CREATE. PAY ATTENTION. Similarly, our greatest gift can also become our biggest deterrent. Oh, we create all right. Unfortunately, we create negatively. We are especially good at creating road blocks for ourselves. Barriers. Limitations. When this happens, we stop trying. Nature never stops trying. PAY ATTENTION. Anyone, with even a small modicum of common sense, has got to reason that if you want to become part of the minority that are successful, that you should COPY what they are doing. We copy our parents when we are young. In fact, this is how we survive. Where and how did we meander off track? The ironic truth is that we love to copy others. Have you ever listened to a group of teenagers talk to each other? Or businessmen or businesswomen “interfacing”? The worlds of fashion, music, entertainment, sports, and politics, just to name a few, are cluttered with copycats. Feelings of conformity seem to be vitally important. One of my co-workers justified a policy at work with the following words of wisdom: “It’s always been done that way.” I’m not opposed to tradition. I am opposed to mindless tradition. I asked my co-worker if he thought we should still have slavery, and should women have the right to vote, and should we only have land lines and the U.S. Postal Service. I loved getting the “Jackie Gleason” response he gave me: Huminna, Huminna,Huminna… In addition to the uncomfortable feeling of being a non-conformist, there is also the fear of embarrassment. What if I try something and it doesn’t work? If you make only one attempt at a worthy objective, you are not committed. Your fear of embarrassment is stronger than your level of commitment. Successful people don’t get embarrassed, they get more determined! To succeed you must continuously fine tune, assess, make a new plan with a new starting line, and take more action. As Zig Zigler famously said: “Anything worth doing is worth doing poorly until you can learn to do it well.” Too often, people feel embarrassed because something wasn’t wildly successful on their first effort. Failure is an event, not a person. Remember, if failure is not an option, success isn’t either. The fear of embarrassment often leads to this type of thinking: Nothing ventured, nothing lost. When you play not to lose you usually lose anyway. And, most importantly, you never move forward if you don’t try to move forward. You won’t get embarrassed by not trying. What you do get is a plaid jacket that they give to members of the Mediocrity Hall of Fame. Trust me, you won’t look good in plaid. In today’s world of multi-distracting ourselves by unsuccessfully attempting to multi-task, the prevailing attitude is: If at first you don’t succeed, you probably don’t have the ability. If Rome wasn’t built in a day, then you probably don’t have the ability. So why try? Commitment, my friend. Focus, my son. Clarity, young man. Singleness of purpose. Let’s talk about ability. There are two meanings to ability: a fixed ability is one that constantly needs to be proven and a changeable ability is one that can be developed through learning. In one world, success is about proving you’re smart or talented; In the other world, it is about stretching yourself to learn something new. Developing yourself. Don’t you tire of people that continuously give you their resumes “proving” that they are smart and have ability but then they never perform? Why don’t people copy the minority that is successful (as nature intended)? We have talked about feelings of non-conformity, the fear of embarrassment (fear of failure) and the difference between fixed ability and changeable ability. There is one more factor to consider in the equation. We, as a society, value natural, effortless accomplishment over achievement through effort. There is no such thing as effortless achievement. Guess why Steph Curry is such a good shooter? Or why Tony Robbins is such a good speaker? They appear to be performing effortlessly. They continually stretch themselves, behind the scenes, with new ideas, techniques, and by reviewing their imperfect performances to make themselves seem more natural. The devil is in the details. Of course, that’s where excellence hides as well. Studying the masters is the key to success in everything. Here is my major point. It is natural to find a successful person, the 2%er, and copy what they do to be an outstanding achiever. I say this because nature has offspring copy their more successful parents at birth and in childhood to survive and thrive. When you are pursuing “unchartered” territory, copy the formula of those that pursued “unchartered” territory before you. Plan, do, review, be committed and expect temporary failure. It is part of the process. It is a law of nature. Do not let failure deter you from your committed outcome but rather use it as inspiration to continue. Don’t feel that you always must follow the crowd. A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back to the crowd. Do not become embarrassed when you are not perfect in your performance. Copy the 2%ers that realize success is the constant correction of a series of failures. Do not ever feel that your education is complete. Continually stretch yourself to develop new skills. Remember to drill, practice, rehearse, and review to make your movements seem natural and smooth to others. Then do it again! It is necessary to tell you some of the “why’s and because’s” people are unable to become successful. We are human and subject not only to the frailties of our species but also the shortcomings of the society that we live in and its influences. My goal is to inoculate you from copying mediocrity by exposing the virus so that you may recognize it when you see it. And, as always, to Educate, Lead, and Inspire. PAY ATTENTION TO SUCCESS AND COPY IT.

    PETER Avergun September 13, 2017 3:02 PM Reply
  • No one gets by on natural talent alone. I can't think of one person.

    roscoegino September 13, 2017 3:02 PM Reply
  • Sorry james, you're my idol, but I must correct you: You never get out of a system anything more or even equal to what you put in, you get out less. That's why you need to work so damn hard, to have anything in the end. The physical law of the universe is that any process will consume some energy and not be able to output the same amount that was put in. Entropy.

    x1134x September 13, 2017 3:20 PM Reply
    • So in the end, we have established that all you really wanted to say was: "You dont need to pin point little points in a video to say that its inaccurate". That is simply your opinion and you're entitled to it.

      x1134x September 13, 2017 8:36 PM Reply
    • x1134x Yes I do, and also youre point is not valid because it is not quantifiable. Peace

      The Alex Falardeau September 13, 2017 9:00 PM Reply
    • The exact quantities do not matter in the equation System+Work > Output. Regardless of the what exact quantity of the work or the output happens to be, the work will always be more than the results. and we're always accurate to say so. I can't tell you how many standard marbles can fit into a 3x3x3 cube, but I can tell you that a 4x4x4 cube will always hold more.

      x1134x September 13, 2017 10:12 PM Reply
    • x1134x Dude, seriously…I understand that physics and mathematics rule the world, but you can't use them to explain hard work..Theyre so many tangibles in life that one could never determine how much is gained from a certain amount of work. Let me put it this way : Practice doesnt make perfect. Practice makes permanent. So one person putting in work that is sub par in quality will get subpar results – But not quantifiably. Another person putting work that is higher in quality, OBVIOUSLY will get better results. But again, it is not quantifiable. Anyway, I hope Ive explain myself well enough here. I get that physics and math are important, but the bottom line is WHO CARES? Better work, longer work, harder work will yield better results. Thats the only thing that matters and my point is the SAME one as in the video!

      The Alex Falardeau September 13, 2017 11:02 PM Reply
    • Its not pertinent to know "how much is gained", we simply always know that it will be "less than was put in". When we discuss WORK as a physics term, and we discuss work as effort in life, we're still talking about the same thing. Your second paragraph is a reiteration of "practice makes perfect only if its perfect practice". I understand from the get-go that your point is "who cares?" to my legitimate point of "its always less out than in". We both fully understand each other I believe, i just value clarity to a greater extent.

      x1134x September 13, 2017 11:33 PM Reply
  • Tom Luca September 13, 2017 3:24 PM Reply
  • Hi Evan :), I think you should consider doing Allan Watts's top ten rules for success. He is another Eckhart Tolle, probably more famous when he was alive.

    Delbert Frost September 13, 2017 3:46 PM Reply
  • Three videos each day … more than 5 000 videos yet … That's quite amazing!

    Fritz Schneebauer September 13, 2017 4:00 PM Reply
  • Love love love your channel. The only reason I don't have on notifications is because of how often you do actually post (already in notification overload); but it's also the reason I'm subscribed. Fresh content and it's actually helpful. You have something for everyone and that's what we need more of. Thanks for the espresso ☕️ Good little midday pick-me-ups!

    SNP September 13, 2017 4:29 PM Reply
  • Hi Evan! I don't want to bother you but I will post this on every video I can until you answer to my message on facebook! Its a kind of threat really I guess…anyway ?hope to know from you soon #Believenation #Help me

    Rubpc24 September 13, 2017 5:27 PM Reply
    • Your message was already replied. Thank you very much for reaching out. #BTA622 Shine

      Evan Carmichael September 14, 2017 4:31 PM Reply
  • I recently saw Metallica, and they played for two and a half HOURS. They didn't have to, they're Metallica. But they know you get out of it what you put into it! ?

    Bryce White's Meditations September 13, 2017 5:53 PM Reply
    • Seen them too, they're nothing compared to Megadeth live. Metallica are better songwriters, Megadeth are better musicians.

      x1134x September 13, 2017 6:56 PM Reply
  • #BTA94Honest answer is NO

    Tueluz zaman September 13, 2017 6:09 PM Reply
  • "No one gets anywhere without hard work". Really a great video. I'm currently working hard on my art. I spend 3 hrs/day on it, because I have to deal with school, but after watching this video, I'll increase my daily practice to 4 hours. I also think that consistency is very important. Never give up. Your videos give me a lot of inspiration, also on the bad days. Thanks a lot, Evan! #BTA9

    Just Smile September 13, 2017 6:39 PM Reply
  • Ah a heavy metal themed video! Love it. Metallica is one of the hardest working bands out there, going on decades now, so much respect to James.Evan, in consideration of working a primary gig, I do feel I've been putting in the necessary and consistent work on my side-venture, but you have directly inspired me to try and commit even further. This past month I went from 1 piece of content per week up to 2 pieces per week, written and video combined. 1 to 2 per week may seem like a minimal increase, but it is a significant shift in output for me. Thanks for always challenging your community.

    Still Feel 21 September 13, 2017 7:04 PM Reply
  • Hey Evan, do you think you could do manu bennett? He's what made me want to start acting, or give it a shot.

    Simpumba September 13, 2017 11:05 PM Reply
  • Nice job, Evan. Thanks a lot!

    Pedro Monteiro September 14, 2017 2:39 AM Reply

    Everglade Radio September 14, 2017 7:01 AM Reply
  • "Am I working hard enough at the thing I want to be great at?" One word… no. When you had to hit your partner/instructor with that reality check spoke to me as well. There was a guy in my class who was at the top and I remember asking him last week how did he excel so quickly. He told me he was up late, til 1am just putting in the work and practicing. Stepping up my game if I'm going to compete at a high level.

    Adrian Thomas September 14, 2017 11:58 AM Reply

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