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Change Your Story, Change Your Life - Lisa Berry

Change Your Story, Change Your Life - Lisa Berry

Lisa is an energetic, effervescent person with a zest for life. She states in this podcast if you change your story (to yourself) your life will automatically change. She states it’s important to tune out and tune in. They used to say that years ago when LSD was the big thing but that is not what she’s talking about. She believes you need to have a relationship with your environment, food, people, and friends. Tune out what doesn’t lift you and tune in to what does. She used to be a nutritionist for twenty years. The name of her company was Date Your Diet. That gives you an idea of how down-to-earth and fun Lisa is. This podcast is a lot of fun as well as informative. To reach out to Lisa

Email: Lisa@lightonliving.com

Facebook: Lisa Berry

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Transcript
WEBVTT 1 00:00:03.600 --> 00:00:07.320 Hey, Dr g here. Thank you for listening to moving up stream without 2 00:00:07.320 --> 00:00:11.119 a paddle. I would like to work with businesses, authors, coaches and 3 00:00:11.160 --> 00:00:15.960 the like who understand the importance of shifting perspectives to obtain the results we're looking 4 00:00:15.960 --> 00:00:19.800 for. And please to announce that moving up stream without a paddle is now 5 00:00:19.839 --> 00:00:24.879 offering commercial spots to be air during the episodes. If you believe your organization 6 00:00:24.960 --> 00:00:29.079 would benefit from advertising on the PODCAST, I would love to have you be 7 00:00:29.160 --> 00:00:33.880 a part of this continuously growing show. Let's get connected and inspire the world 8 00:00:33.920 --> 00:00:44.880 together. Hello everybody, I am back again and this time with a very 9 00:00:45.039 --> 00:00:48.039 energetic guess. I'm so. I love the inner the energy that she brings. 10 00:00:48.159 --> 00:00:51.600 This is going to be a fun, a fun conversation. But Lisa 11 00:00:51.640 --> 00:00:56.799 Barry, and Lisa is an expert in breathing life into the dreams of authors 12 00:00:56.840 --> 00:01:02.560 wanting to express their stories and messages virently and energetically through through being interviewed. 13 00:01:03.240 --> 00:01:08.680 So, as a successful and experience international show host and published author herself, 14 00:01:08.840 --> 00:01:15.079 Leasa whole space for these, the conscious conversations that are globally broadcasted, creating 15 00:01:15.120 --> 00:01:22.120 connection and holistic happiness worldwide, worldwide, while also coaching other show hosts on 16 00:01:22.439 --> 00:01:26.920 how to deliver exceptional experiences to their audiences and I I was joking with her 17 00:01:26.959 --> 00:01:29.680 just just backstage a little bit, going that fuck, I'm about to get 18 00:01:29.680 --> 00:01:30.840 cantiu weeked on the show, but it's going to be a great show. 19 00:01:30.879 --> 00:01:34.799 I'm excited for it and to Lisa has written short stories from her own life 20 00:01:34.799 --> 00:01:41.920 and experiences and offering them as coachable moments in anthology books to her readers, 21 00:01:41.920 --> 00:01:47.519 and Lisa hopes that connection is made that uplifts and gives reasons to feel better 22 00:01:47.560 --> 00:01:53.280 in any circumstance with life. She has this desire for wellness for all as 23 00:01:53.319 --> 00:01:57.840 her gunn the star, and Lisa recognizes her passion position is to find and 24 00:01:57.879 --> 00:02:04.239 help connect with those who need and want to shine, and Lisa shines that. 25 00:02:04.519 --> 00:02:07.519 Y'All, this is going to be a great, great interview and is 26 00:02:07.560 --> 00:02:13.360 going to be happen right after this. Welcome to moving up stream without a 27 00:02:13.360 --> 00:02:16.639 path, the podcast that helps develop a mindset for success. I'm your host, 28 00:02:16.759 --> 00:02:22.039 Dr Garrett Goggins, but most people call me Dr g. Now dedicated 29 00:02:22.120 --> 00:02:25.840 my life to helping others understand that if you have the proper mindset, you 30 00:02:25.879 --> 00:02:32.000 can propel yourself up that proverbial stream with no paddle needing, after constantly feeling 31 00:02:32.039 --> 00:02:37.240 like you're going against a flow, but you're never happy with your results. 32 00:02:37.280 --> 00:02:40.280 It's really time to flip your mindset. If that's something that you're ready to 33 00:02:40.319 --> 00:02:45.039 do, you've come to the right place. Now let's get to it. 34 00:02:59.759 --> 00:03:02.599 I hello, Lisa, how are you doing? Hello, hello, I'm 35 00:03:02.680 --> 00:03:06.360 so good. That was such a great intro. I can watch it over 36 00:03:06.360 --> 00:03:13.719 and over. The music. Yeah, I know, it's a it took 37 00:03:13.759 --> 00:03:15.400 me a while to find all that and it just it suits me. Like 38 00:03:15.439 --> 00:03:19.360 it that. That's just that's just who I am and say it was really 39 00:03:20.080 --> 00:03:22.719 I get a lot of comments on it and how wow, Garrett, that's 40 00:03:22.719 --> 00:03:24.800 just you. That just matches you. So it's good. I like it. 41 00:03:24.840 --> 00:03:30.360 Thank you for for noticing that and and appreciating it. Not I love 42 00:03:30.400 --> 00:03:34.719 when people know themselves. That's really the best thing because, yeah, you 43 00:03:34.840 --> 00:03:37.680 always give that confidence just shines through no matter what. So, yes, 44 00:03:37.759 --> 00:03:43.639 that was awesome. I'm so little, you're so bubbly. I'm so excited 45 00:03:43.680 --> 00:03:47.400 to have this conversation and I told you right before that I really base. 46 00:03:49.319 --> 00:03:53.319 I let the conversation happen based off of the guest story, and so I 47 00:03:53.400 --> 00:03:58.840 like to give them the MIC's interstage, whatever you want to call it, 48 00:03:58.879 --> 00:04:03.280 just out the gate and and to just to tell the listeners more on what 49 00:04:03.319 --> 00:04:05.400 you do, why you do it and how you got there, so we 50 00:04:05.439 --> 00:04:09.719 can really make that connection with them. So, if you don't mind, 51 00:04:10.159 --> 00:04:13.879 just taken a few minutes. So are fifteen minutes, however long you want, 52 00:04:13.879 --> 00:04:16.160 just to tell your story and just and we'll let the conversation go from 53 00:04:16.199 --> 00:04:19.680 there. Yeah, that's always a fun invitation. So thank you first of 54 00:04:19.720 --> 00:04:23.920 all. And Yeah, because some people think to tell your story, I 55 00:04:23.959 --> 00:04:28.879 help other people write their story. Find your straight here the story, and 56 00:04:29.120 --> 00:04:30.920 I was I was thinking about this this morning. I was like what would 57 00:04:30.959 --> 00:04:34.040 I like to share and what would I like to put out there, and 58 00:04:34.079 --> 00:04:38.360 what do I feel are my gifts that I can bring and it is important 59 00:04:38.399 --> 00:04:42.480 for us to be able to feel comfortable and confident in saying that like like 60 00:04:42.639 --> 00:04:44.680 that. If I can stand here and say, yeah, I got gifts 61 00:04:44.680 --> 00:04:47.680 and I want to give them to you, I'm not loving yourself, is 62 00:04:47.720 --> 00:04:54.519 really big and something that happened last week and I will say who am and 63 00:04:54.560 --> 00:04:56.639 all that good stuff and what I am. But I will share that last 64 00:04:56.720 --> 00:05:00.480 week I was hosting a meditation on a channel and so somebody else was doing 65 00:05:00.519 --> 00:05:04.040 the meditation and then after, you know, we got chatting, just like 66 00:05:04.160 --> 00:05:09.519 what you and I do, and there's there's always questions like, ah, 67 00:05:09.519 --> 00:05:13.600 you know what about this whole niche thing and what should I you know, 68 00:05:13.800 --> 00:05:16.199 there's like just marketing questions people ask and you don't have to be a market 69 00:05:16.199 --> 00:05:18.560 you just have to listen to your heart. And so one thing I said 70 00:05:18.720 --> 00:05:25.639 was, and they love this, when you have energy around something, that's 71 00:05:25.680 --> 00:05:30.920 the story, because why tell a story that, yes, it's something maybe 72 00:05:30.920 --> 00:05:31.839 happens to you in your life or you went through and think, but you 73 00:05:31.879 --> 00:05:35.959 no longer have the energy around it. It's kind of like it's not, 74 00:05:35.959 --> 00:05:40.800 I don't say it's dead, but there's no fuel. And so if people, 75 00:05:40.879 --> 00:05:45.240 I believe people connect on passion, whether they're struggling and they got a 76 00:05:45.279 --> 00:05:49.040 passion around a struggle or they got passion around a dream. So I always 77 00:05:49.079 --> 00:05:53.839 love say, you know what, let's talk about where your art my energy 78 00:05:53.920 --> 00:05:58.000 is around where's your Jew where's People's energies? And so my energy this morning 79 00:05:58.120 --> 00:06:02.120 was around how quickly we can shift our state of my Hant, our state 80 00:06:02.160 --> 00:06:09.040 of being, and really how how powerful we are, and whether we go 81 00:06:09.240 --> 00:06:13.600 really grumpy and negative or really positive and happy, that's still amazing. You're 82 00:06:13.639 --> 00:06:15.360 really good at it. So if you're really if you're really grumpy, be 83 00:06:15.480 --> 00:06:18.120 good of being grumpy. Then be good at it. If you'RE gonna pick 84 00:06:18.160 --> 00:06:26.920 it, you know you've got a headache. Really good. I got this 85 00:06:27.000 --> 00:06:34.240 headache. Man Knowledge it where you are just own that own it's yes, 86 00:06:34.360 --> 00:06:36.879 yes, and it's funny when you talk about owning things. I think that's 87 00:06:36.879 --> 00:06:39.959 what I was like. Well, Gosh, which story you have the most 88 00:06:40.040 --> 00:06:42.680 energy around? I thought, yeah, that is something that I have to 89 00:06:42.680 --> 00:06:46.240 say. I love helping people do. It's not a matter of just shift 90 00:06:46.240 --> 00:06:50.720 shifting. It's actually about disowning what is no longer true for them, disowning 91 00:06:50.720 --> 00:06:55.040 what they no longer have the energy or that they don't want the energy around, 92 00:06:55.120 --> 00:07:00.199 right, and then owning. Well, what do you want? It's 93 00:07:00.279 --> 00:07:03.639 I wonder how many of us ask that question, like for Real, like 94 00:07:03.720 --> 00:07:06.120 no, like what do I want? What are my things? But like, 95 00:07:06.120 --> 00:07:11.360 what do you like, really want? Sometimes you just want to change. 96 00:07:11.439 --> 00:07:14.639 And so, bottom line, I coach. I coach people, I 97 00:07:14.680 --> 00:07:17.600 help people. I love thinking that I'm more of their friend than a coach, 98 00:07:17.680 --> 00:07:21.040 but there's different boundaries and lines that you go. Wait a seconds, 99 00:07:21.040 --> 00:07:28.560 friend, I might tell you what to do, but truth has to be 100 00:07:28.600 --> 00:07:32.160 there. It's always coming from love. And you know, whenever I spent 101 00:07:32.199 --> 00:07:36.040 twenty years as a nutritionist and hellistic nutritionist, and that's where I pull my 102 00:07:36.439 --> 00:07:41.519 life force really comes from, I get so excited about food and how I 103 00:07:41.519 --> 00:07:45.240 can change my life with food. And again, I always I'm pretty much 104 00:07:45.279 --> 00:07:47.360 of a really strong libra. I'm here balancing right now. I've got you 105 00:07:47.399 --> 00:07:51.680 can use food, but really taking yourself down or bringing yourself up. But 106 00:07:53.240 --> 00:07:57.439 listening to what people when they first come to me about anything healthwise, I 107 00:07:57.480 --> 00:07:59.759 do check in with their diet, checking with your food, but then I 108 00:07:59.759 --> 00:08:03.040 really wanted to well, what are your think what are what are your thoughts? 109 00:08:03.319 --> 00:08:05.879 Where they coming from? And and how much do you love yourself? 110 00:08:05.879 --> 00:08:11.399 How much do you own your special gifts? You know, and if somebody's 111 00:08:11.439 --> 00:08:13.399 coming, U been saying, you know, just even. Oh yeah, 112 00:08:13.399 --> 00:08:15.800 that's why there's so many things. Aga. I love talking, but probably 113 00:08:15.800 --> 00:08:18.879 talked to thirty people just in the morning alone, you know, on chat 114 00:08:18.959 --> 00:08:22.560 and be stuff and I think, wow, I'm something pretty tired by the 115 00:08:22.600 --> 00:08:24.319 end of the day like, which is normal and I would own that. 116 00:08:24.519 --> 00:08:30.920 Right, you go, here we are. But that connection and saying where 117 00:08:30.959 --> 00:08:33.200 are people in they first wake up? Where does their mind go? Where 118 00:08:33.240 --> 00:08:41.039 are their hearts? And that's a really big indicator if there are if they're 119 00:08:41.080 --> 00:08:43.480 happy, if they're following their dream, so speaking. It doesn't have to 120 00:08:43.480 --> 00:08:46.919 be a big dream. Could just literally be I want to be able to 121 00:08:46.000 --> 00:08:50.840 get out of my bed this morning and walk without having inflammation and having my 122 00:08:50.919 --> 00:08:54.559 knees or my hips or my ankles be sore. You know, could be 123 00:08:54.639 --> 00:08:58.879 I don't even know what it could be a it doesn't have to be grandios, 124 00:08:58.039 --> 00:09:01.960 right. And did you wake up happy this morning, Garrett, I 125 00:09:03.000 --> 00:09:05.679 wake up, you know, and it's well, it's this is very interesting 126 00:09:05.679 --> 00:09:11.440 because which we're talking about owning things and I used to never be in morning. 127 00:09:11.840 --> 00:09:15.399 You know, I had that story. That was a story I told 128 00:09:15.440 --> 00:09:18.440 myself was I was never a morning person. I was always an evening person. 129 00:09:18.519 --> 00:09:20.679 I took me forever to get out of it. The more and I 130 00:09:20.720 --> 00:09:24.120 had blah, Blah Blah. I had to have coffee. I had to 131 00:09:24.159 --> 00:09:28.919 have this and in and I stopped telling myself that story. I started going 132 00:09:30.039 --> 00:09:33.799 on this idea because there are things that I needed to get done in the 133 00:09:33.840 --> 00:09:35.480 morning. You know, I had these the schedule that I had to do 134 00:09:35.559 --> 00:09:41.200 in the morning time was the only time that I had for the work. 135 00:09:41.279 --> 00:09:43.799 For on me, that the my internal work, and so I had to 136 00:09:43.879 --> 00:09:48.679 become a morning person to get that piece in and through the mindset and owning 137 00:09:48.799 --> 00:09:52.240 these things that we were going to do. I started just claiming that I 138 00:09:52.279 --> 00:09:56.840 am a morning person, I enjoy getting up in the morning and I'm not 139 00:09:56.440 --> 00:10:01.200 so draggy or whatever, and I still like my coffee, so that's still 140 00:10:01.200 --> 00:10:05.799 a thing. And then that's okay. Right, it's okay for that and 141 00:10:05.440 --> 00:10:11.039 so but so, since I started doing that, I'm always happy in the 142 00:10:11.039 --> 00:10:13.360 mornings and I'm always just it's just it. The mornings are a great time 143 00:10:13.480 --> 00:10:16.720 for me. So it's almost like saying I never have a bad day. 144 00:10:16.720 --> 00:10:20.240 I had a guess on here who that's was. His claim to fame is 145 00:10:20.480 --> 00:10:22.200 might never have a bad day and I always have good morning. So there 146 00:10:22.200 --> 00:10:26.000 we go and that's out its fall. Could never have a bad day. 147 00:10:26.279 --> 00:10:30.600 That's a great track. Recker, I guy. You know, it's so 148 00:10:30.639 --> 00:10:33.600 interesting when you say about switch your thought. I am a morning person, 149 00:10:33.679 --> 00:10:37.799 I do this, and really what fueled you was not that you even want 150 00:10:37.840 --> 00:10:41.440 to be a morning person, you wanted to get things done. Yeah, 151 00:10:41.559 --> 00:10:45.000 so it was the oh, that was one of my words today. I'm 152 00:10:45.039 --> 00:10:48.960 so glad you just said that. Accomplishment. You wanted to accomplish something. 153 00:10:50.080 --> 00:10:54.759 That's what was making your morning amazing. You're like, I got up and 154 00:10:54.799 --> 00:10:56.240 I did so what made who cares if you were grumpy. When you all 155 00:10:56.279 --> 00:10:58.679 come in, everything is like, Hey, but I got it. Accomplish 156 00:10:58.720 --> 00:11:01.720 the things that I really wanted to do, and that's all. You nail 157 00:11:01.799 --> 00:11:07.200 that. That's exactly when I'm speaking with people and I want to hear what 158 00:11:07.360 --> 00:11:11.559 is it you want to accomplish? That that's the happy factor, right. 159 00:11:11.600 --> 00:11:16.039 That's like, and it's such a mood shifter because all those things that built 160 00:11:16.080 --> 00:11:16.639 up on your mind, like Oh, I have to do this and I 161 00:11:16.679 --> 00:11:18.879 need to do this, and the more you don't do it and you know 162 00:11:18.919 --> 00:11:22.559 that feeling, the sooner you do it you're like, oh, okay, 163 00:11:22.559 --> 00:11:28.679 good, who it's a good and it's all these little tiny things like routine 164 00:11:28.720 --> 00:11:31.480 can be. I have a cup of tea every morning, and I really 165 00:11:31.600 --> 00:11:35.519 mean if I had to do something before that Cup of tea, I guess 166 00:11:35.519 --> 00:11:37.159 I would whether really make sure I do get my cup of tea first, 167 00:11:37.200 --> 00:11:41.960 to spend time with the cats. You want stuff and but it's neat to 168 00:11:43.000 --> 00:11:46.720 know. It's fun talking other people and hearing that connection. It's like we 169 00:11:46.799 --> 00:11:50.159 all doing those things. So well, there's this there's something in there. 170 00:11:50.159 --> 00:11:52.360 You know. It's funny. I got twenty things in my brain and I 171 00:11:52.360 --> 00:11:56.519 want to share them all. Pick when and go for it. We can, 172 00:11:56.799 --> 00:12:01.840 we can hopefully get through all twenty. Okay, so what would I 173 00:12:01.879 --> 00:12:05.759 love to share with people right now? I would love to share with people 174 00:12:05.879 --> 00:12:07.480 that, yes, let's find but that that state state of mind, state 175 00:12:07.480 --> 00:12:11.639 of heart, and Oh, I know. What I would love to share 176 00:12:11.639 --> 00:12:16.360 about is when you have something like that, you know you want to accomplish, 177 00:12:16.399 --> 00:12:20.320 you'd love to switch your state, and then somebody else comes along and 178 00:12:20.360 --> 00:12:24.159 tells you, but you're not a morning person, you've never been one. 179 00:12:24.240 --> 00:12:26.120 Care, what are you doing right? And so you go, Oh, 180 00:12:26.200 --> 00:12:30.480 you either a feel like you've got an excuse. Aren't out like a like 181 00:12:31.000 --> 00:12:33.919 a reason for not achieving or accomplishing or it to, you know, bow 182 00:12:35.000 --> 00:12:37.440 it out a little bit, or you give your power away and you allow 183 00:12:37.480 --> 00:12:43.600 somebody else to tell you what your identity is, because they'll be very confused 184 00:12:43.639 --> 00:12:46.799 if you are suddenly a morning person. Well, I don't even know if 185 00:12:46.799 --> 00:12:50.200 any more. What's he doing all this stuff? You know that more and 186 00:12:50.200 --> 00:12:54.000 and that can really affect us. I talk about will do. I work 187 00:12:54.039 --> 00:12:56.399 with a couple people, and so GP walls was my spiritual teacher and we 188 00:12:56.440 --> 00:13:03.919 talked about how identity can really it can when you get so locked in on 189 00:13:03.960 --> 00:13:07.240 an identity right like. Oh see how you introduce me today and you said 190 00:13:07.279 --> 00:13:09.600 you know you'd so energized and so bubbly. Can you imagine if I, 191 00:13:09.600 --> 00:13:15.440 if I wasn't like that would be weird right now. Thank goodness. I 192 00:13:15.440 --> 00:13:18.200 really I couldn't even help. But if I wanted to do but, if, 193 00:13:18.000 --> 00:13:22.960 but, but, we have these we we get to know others and 194 00:13:24.000 --> 00:13:28.159 that allows us to put us in a position where we feel comfortable. And 195 00:13:28.240 --> 00:13:30.480 I think that when we when we look in this role, old up, 196 00:13:30.480 --> 00:13:33.320 how do I want to be happiness? Where's my happiness coming from? Unless 197 00:13:33.360 --> 00:13:37.799 we know our own position of who we really are. It's going to be 198 00:13:37.279 --> 00:13:41.919 a difficult road and tiring, right draining and that reeks have it on our 199 00:13:41.960 --> 00:13:45.320 Mene system. And so for me, when I've I just like health, 200 00:13:45.440 --> 00:13:50.120 wellness, happiness really does come through. It's all together and that whole shining 201 00:13:50.159 --> 00:13:54.240 factor. It's you are going to shine no matter what, when it's the 202 00:13:54.279 --> 00:14:00.519 truth, when it's your truth that comes through right, it's kind of yeah, 203 00:14:00.759 --> 00:14:07.960 one I the how I always say that too, because there are there 204 00:14:07.960 --> 00:14:11.440 are there are people who have noticed changed there, my sister says, used 205 00:14:11.480 --> 00:14:13.559 to say. I don't know, she says it's so much anymore. But 206 00:14:15.200 --> 00:14:16.720 we had this joke between the two of us that we we call each other 207 00:14:16.759 --> 00:14:20.919 magazine x, because we had plenty of issues, right, plenty of issues, 208 00:14:22.039 --> 00:14:24.480 and and I had a lot of them. I had tons. I 209 00:14:24.480 --> 00:14:26.360 had personal space issues. I hate it talking on the phone because it gave 210 00:14:26.399 --> 00:14:31.840 me anxiety. I didn't like public speaking, I didn't like really speaking. 211 00:14:31.080 --> 00:14:37.759 I I was your your your poster child for if we're introverts, that's just 212 00:14:37.759 --> 00:14:43.039 who I was. And so now people, when I tell them that, 213 00:14:43.080 --> 00:14:48.000 they're like, really, I can't even see that. But when my sisters 214 00:14:48.039 --> 00:14:50.440 in the room. She was Oh yeah, no, let me tell you 215 00:14:50.519 --> 00:14:54.840 some stories, and that piece would come up and like and well, how 216 00:14:54.840 --> 00:15:00.120 did you change that? And that's again, it's just I told myself a 217 00:15:00.159 --> 00:15:03.360 different story, because we're writing our own script here, right, and if 218 00:15:03.519 --> 00:15:07.600 what is the thought that we really want? And I wanted like literally, 219 00:15:07.639 --> 00:15:11.840 and that it's a very interesting piece that you bring in, because I wanted 220 00:15:11.919 --> 00:15:15.960 to do public speaking, I wanted to be on stages, I wanted to 221 00:15:16.000 --> 00:15:18.200 do all that stuff deep down the side, but I kept telling myself that 222 00:15:18.240 --> 00:15:22.879 I could never happen because this is who I was. But then I started 223 00:15:22.879 --> 00:15:26.759 to understand that will you are who you say you are, and so stop 224 00:15:26.840 --> 00:15:31.200 telling yourself that and write your right the story that you want. And when 225 00:15:31.240 --> 00:15:35.320 I began that and began to internalize this stuff that I wanted, what was 226 00:15:35.360 --> 00:15:39.159 it that I really wanted? And how do I get there? How do 227 00:15:39.200 --> 00:15:43.039 I become that person? That's when everything start to shift and all these pivots 228 00:15:43.039 --> 00:15:46.159 that were people are talking about. It happens in a way that it starts 229 00:15:46.200 --> 00:15:50.960 here and then it works out outwardly, and so I love that piece that 230 00:15:50.000 --> 00:15:54.159 you were bringing up that. Well, the too what is it you really 231 00:15:54.200 --> 00:15:56.279 want? What is that and who is that person that? You have to 232 00:15:56.320 --> 00:16:02.480 know who that person is and then and understand that you are that person. 233 00:16:02.720 --> 00:16:06.559 You, you already are, just become it's not becoming, it's really just 234 00:16:06.679 --> 00:16:11.080 removing all the pieces of clothing or whatever that is not in line with that 235 00:16:11.120 --> 00:16:15.440 person and just show who your true self is. And I think that's a 236 00:16:15.440 --> 00:16:18.879 beautiful thing. That really comes with a holistic approach to do everything, and 237 00:16:18.919 --> 00:16:25.080 it would nutrition and all the all these aspects. You just I'm kate when 238 00:16:25.159 --> 00:16:26.879 I ever, but most people will know this. I know who it is 239 00:16:26.919 --> 00:16:30.320 and I'm going to mess it up, but that's okay. But they like 240 00:16:30.360 --> 00:16:33.440 they say, when you're an artist WHO's sculpting, they start with a big 241 00:16:33.440 --> 00:16:37.000 clump of clay and then they chisel away to remain with with the piece of 242 00:16:37.080 --> 00:16:41.639 art. So I think that's like we're talking about. And and let's talk 243 00:16:41.679 --> 00:16:45.679 about environment then. That is so interesting. I was just thinking about how, 244 00:16:45.720 --> 00:16:52.200 if, if I wanted say I ate terribly, I had packaged foods, 245 00:16:52.200 --> 00:16:57.000 processed foods, chemical foods, like just not real food in my house. 246 00:16:57.039 --> 00:17:00.159 That was my environment, that was what was in my cupboards and in 247 00:17:00.200 --> 00:17:03.359 my kitchen and in my fridge and I'm in my house, I'm in my 248 00:17:03.440 --> 00:17:06.720 environment. Now I'm hungry, I'm human, I'm going to go eat so 249 00:17:06.759 --> 00:17:10.799 I'm going to eat that. If I only had those beliefs, those foods 250 00:17:11.039 --> 00:17:15.519 right what's available to me, and I created that environment. I can only 251 00:17:15.559 --> 00:17:18.319 make more of that. I'm going to eat those foods and make more of 252 00:17:18.359 --> 00:17:22.519 that. It's up to me to start, first of all getting rid of 253 00:17:22.559 --> 00:17:26.160 those things, removing them, and also were placing them with the with the 254 00:17:26.160 --> 00:17:29.880 foods that I do want, that I do know will build. Well, 255 00:17:30.000 --> 00:17:32.960 first of all, set my environment out, because the more I'm surrounded by 256 00:17:32.960 --> 00:17:36.160 maybe a little basil plant on the counter that's living, I'm like, Whoa, 257 00:17:36.279 --> 00:17:37.839 there's a living little food and I know I'm going to talk to it, 258 00:17:37.880 --> 00:17:41.160 maybe a little conversation, like water it, and then I'm going to 259 00:17:41.160 --> 00:17:45.079 walk my fridge and I'm going to see these like so it's it's having an 260 00:17:45.160 --> 00:17:51.039 it's having a relationship with your environment. Once you once you listen to say, 261 00:17:51.079 --> 00:17:55.440 this is who I am and I do deserve this, and I'll start 262 00:17:55.480 --> 00:17:59.599 small, but let me create an environment for my success. Let me you 263 00:17:59.599 --> 00:18:03.519 know if, if you this is fun. I do like not having blinds 264 00:18:03.559 --> 00:18:06.240 or curtains on my window. I like that when the sun comes up, 265 00:18:06.240 --> 00:18:07.839 if I'm tired, I'm going to sleep through it. My eyes are closed. 266 00:18:07.920 --> 00:18:11.720 A right. But if I do have the curtains close alt and then 267 00:18:11.759 --> 00:18:15.400 I can't set that environment so that when I went to bright it doesn't encourage 268 00:18:15.440 --> 00:18:18.359 me right, it doesn't give me that little push to say, Oh, 269 00:18:18.400 --> 00:18:21.960 did that scooch out of bed? Down, it's time for the day. 270 00:18:22.319 --> 00:18:26.200 He so. So our friends, our foods, are people, our environment, 271 00:18:26.759 --> 00:18:30.400 that will have a huge, play, a huge role in our energy 272 00:18:30.480 --> 00:18:34.799 levels. To make those yes decisions to that as opposed to I'm no longer 273 00:18:34.839 --> 00:18:42.200 that and that's not me anymore. Right, go ahead. Sorry, when 274 00:18:42.240 --> 00:18:45.680 I remember, I used to be terrified just Mak in public as well, 275 00:18:45.720 --> 00:18:49.000 so I love that you said that. I used to shake like like, 276 00:18:49.039 --> 00:18:52.200 just like leaf, and so I realized that I had to memorize what I 277 00:18:52.240 --> 00:18:55.839 was going to say or just know what I wanted to say, because I 278 00:18:55.880 --> 00:18:57.920 was more embarrassed to hold the paper because it was shaking, and then it 279 00:18:57.960 --> 00:19:03.319 is highlighted it. Did you have that to do? Well, yeah, 280 00:19:03.359 --> 00:19:08.359 well, and I never took papers just because I I use them as a 281 00:19:08.400 --> 00:19:12.480 crutch, and so if I had the paper, I would literally want to 282 00:19:12.480 --> 00:19:15.319 read it, and so it wasn't the shaking thing. would be more like 283 00:19:15.440 --> 00:19:19.680 now. But I knew the information like you. I had to memorize it 284 00:19:19.680 --> 00:19:22.400 too, because I knew if I didn't, then I was going. But 285 00:19:22.640 --> 00:19:26.720 I found that I brought that paper on there it was like some subconscious piece 286 00:19:26.799 --> 00:19:30.960 was like here's your crutch, now read it, don't speak it, read 287 00:19:30.000 --> 00:19:33.960 it, and so I stopped bringing the paper and just, you know, 288 00:19:33.039 --> 00:19:37.079 spoke, but I already knew. I knew. So, but I was 289 00:19:37.160 --> 00:19:41.279 Shaked. I would shake two and literally I would probably at one point would 290 00:19:41.279 --> 00:19:42.519 probably just pass out. I mean there was no shaking. It would just 291 00:19:42.519 --> 00:19:45.880 been I would have been on the stage Madi than the end of it, 292 00:19:45.880 --> 00:19:51.839 and they were like you need a great talk or a couple things. It 293 00:19:51.880 --> 00:19:56.200 would it also allows you to trust yourself more when you do get up there, 294 00:19:56.240 --> 00:20:00.519 because I'd be like, well, I just this is a funny story. 295 00:20:00.559 --> 00:20:03.039 I was I was speaking in front of four hundred people for one of 296 00:20:03.039 --> 00:20:08.680 the very first few times and I I couldn't remember not I was so overwhelmed 297 00:20:08.720 --> 00:20:11.839 with like Oh, my gosh, I can't believe by me out too many 298 00:20:11.839 --> 00:20:15.720 thoughts and that I just did that. I went I can't remember a thing 299 00:20:15.799 --> 00:20:18.640 that I'm supposed to say and I just so I just told them and then 300 00:20:18.680 --> 00:20:21.240 it kind of laughs as like Gosh, what is my topic? Even like 301 00:20:21.440 --> 00:20:23.119 it was just so overwhelm I had flown somewhere, you know, and so 302 00:20:23.240 --> 00:20:26.519 finally I was like, Oh, okay, I got this. So then 303 00:20:26.720 --> 00:20:29.319 I started out. I just opened it and that was great. That was 304 00:20:29.359 --> 00:20:32.599 really a challenging the I just opened the floor to foreigner people for question and 305 00:20:32.640 --> 00:20:36.880 answer and they fed me what they wanted and I found out that, wow, 306 00:20:37.680 --> 00:20:41.079 people know what they want to know. And this is a huge thing 307 00:20:41.119 --> 00:20:45.319 about asking Tomas to Muscars, as is my dear friend of business partner, 308 00:20:45.359 --> 00:20:48.440 and when we show open our you know, to help people with podcasting and 309 00:20:48.440 --> 00:20:52.720 showhosting or messaging or organizing content, we actually asked them what is it you 310 00:20:52.759 --> 00:20:56.799 need help with? What weird where you struggling with her a challenge? Where 311 00:20:56.799 --> 00:20:59.000 would you like to see a shift? What is it you're trying to get 312 00:20:59.039 --> 00:21:03.000 to? And then, by asking those questions. So we often think that 313 00:21:03.039 --> 00:21:07.720 we have to have all this information which knowledge is great, informations is fabulous, 314 00:21:07.799 --> 00:21:11.079 you can go back on things, but it is connecting and it's connecting 315 00:21:11.079 --> 00:21:14.079 with somebody. And one, if you were going to read the paper, 316 00:21:14.160 --> 00:21:15.920 you know, then then our heads down or it like are on our phone. 317 00:21:15.960 --> 00:21:21.359 So you know, we're missing that connection. And everything that they want 318 00:21:21.359 --> 00:21:23.440 to hear they'll let you know with that connection and everything that you need to 319 00:21:23.440 --> 00:21:27.759 say, you'll share that with people. And I think it's that trust. 320 00:21:27.759 --> 00:21:30.559 Trust that there's a connection, trust it's there and if there isn't, then 321 00:21:30.640 --> 00:21:36.599 there isn't. It's okay, it's just not that group. Right, right, 322 00:21:36.720 --> 00:21:40.119 yeah, and one the connection and they will go to that story. 323 00:21:40.519 --> 00:21:44.680 Let's go back, because I want to go back at just a quick second, 324 00:21:44.759 --> 00:21:52.599 because when we're talking about the stories, that's what you know and understand 325 00:21:52.599 --> 00:21:55.799 that people want to hear those stories, because I think there's there's a disconnect 326 00:21:55.799 --> 00:21:59.799 between people not wanting to get on podcast, not want to get on stage, 327 00:21:59.839 --> 00:22:03.920 and it's it who's going to want to hear what I have to say? 328 00:22:04.200 --> 00:22:08.079 And and so if we're if we're jumping into that, then there will 329 00:22:08.079 --> 00:22:11.319 never be a connection, because you have to own this idea, like you 330 00:22:11.359 --> 00:22:17.279 were saying earlier. So it's an important thing that I have something to give, 331 00:22:17.359 --> 00:22:19.799 I have value, and that people won't need to listen. Ever, 332 00:22:19.920 --> 00:22:26.039 your hear this value and when you can jump into that that people will go 333 00:22:26.200 --> 00:22:29.599 oh, because that energy is coming off of you and they're going to feel 334 00:22:30.440 --> 00:22:33.839 this person has value. They know they have value. I want to know 335 00:22:33.839 --> 00:22:37.119 what it is. They know because they're confident in what they have. And 336 00:22:37.279 --> 00:22:41.240 then the connection, in my mind, that connection is made and they start 337 00:22:41.319 --> 00:22:45.640 to hang on every word because they're they want to know what, how did 338 00:22:45.680 --> 00:22:48.920 you get this confidence? How did you get this place? And and it 339 00:22:49.000 --> 00:22:52.680 is very intriguing and that to me like that, when you sit it up 340 00:22:52.680 --> 00:22:56.039 front, I was like yeah, that that is how that connection really and 341 00:22:56.240 --> 00:23:02.799 is initiated, and in these platform, stage, podcast whatever, that looks 342 00:23:02.839 --> 00:23:07.480 like yes, yeah, that's so it. This is fun. This is 343 00:23:07.480 --> 00:23:11.559 great that we're talking about telling stories, because I know I used to think 344 00:23:11.599 --> 00:23:14.160 that's into. They don't want to hear that story. I don't want to 345 00:23:14.200 --> 00:23:18.440 tell that story, but I know that I go to youtube, bird, 346 00:23:18.559 --> 00:23:25.640 podcast and everything because I want to hear their story so that I can trust 347 00:23:25.680 --> 00:23:27.279 in them that they you know, they don't have to have gone through the 348 00:23:27.279 --> 00:23:30.359 exact same thing. Nobody does, you know, even even really if they've 349 00:23:30.440 --> 00:23:36.079 researched something, even if so, I did weight loss for since I was 350 00:23:36.119 --> 00:23:38.480 eighteen years old. I've I've taught and helped and coach as Accounselor for weight 351 00:23:38.559 --> 00:23:41.720 loss. I never had a weight problem at that at that time, and 352 00:23:41.720 --> 00:23:44.359 I'm not gonna say ever had a weight problem. I gained weight, for 353 00:23:44.400 --> 00:23:47.680 sure, yes, but I've also it's been more I would like to call 354 00:23:47.720 --> 00:23:52.480 it a wellness challenge. So when I talk about weight, it's about body 355 00:23:52.519 --> 00:23:57.480 composition and health and deadweight, as in what is weighing you down. You 356 00:23:57.519 --> 00:24:03.079 know, what is is holding your health back from from being super starlight right. 357 00:24:03.160 --> 00:24:07.400 So when I used to talk to these women, I was cut coach 358 00:24:07.400 --> 00:24:11.039 a lot of women. They would always say you don't understand and you can't 359 00:24:11.079 --> 00:24:14.559 understand. I said, I don't have to feel what you fell died. 360 00:24:14.680 --> 00:24:18.400 I don't need to have you know, you know, done something like hurt 361 00:24:18.440 --> 00:24:19.920 myself or something like that, but I can but I can offer love and 362 00:24:19.960 --> 00:24:26.400 compassion and some similar situations of where I had to believe in myself and I 363 00:24:26.400 --> 00:24:30.720 had to care enough to pick myself up and ask for help, reach out 364 00:24:30.759 --> 00:24:34.279 and connect with others. And so it's so interesting about stories and they're like 365 00:24:37.039 --> 00:24:41.440 our culture has shaped what we think is wrong with us and where we don't 366 00:24:41.480 --> 00:24:48.279 have value, which is untrue, and and how we know it's untrue. 367 00:24:48.400 --> 00:24:53.200 and I wonder if anybody else can feel this. It hurts. It hurts 368 00:24:53.200 --> 00:25:00.519 when you think that you're not enough and it's painful and sad and disconnecting, 369 00:25:00.559 --> 00:25:04.440 like you feel alone, isolated, all those things. And Eve right now 370 00:25:04.440 --> 00:25:07.960 I can feel my body kind of shaking like inside of a light with pain. 371 00:25:08.039 --> 00:25:11.400 And that's not the world, that's not the life, that's not the 372 00:25:11.440 --> 00:25:15.279 dream that I want to see. or I want somebody else to be with 373 00:25:15.319 --> 00:25:19.480 themselves. I don't want somebody else to go to bed hating themselves and hoping 374 00:25:19.519 --> 00:25:22.279 they don't wake up or hoping that they wake up to a different life. 375 00:25:22.440 --> 00:25:26.319 Great, but but knowing that when they step out of we're talking about a 376 00:25:26.319 --> 00:25:32.720 lot about getting out of bed, stepping it and and knowing that they are 377 00:25:32.839 --> 00:25:37.039 adding value, they're enough just for themselves to add value to the day and 378 00:25:37.079 --> 00:25:41.279 then they will show up as a light for somebody else, no matter what 379 00:25:41.839 --> 00:25:44.839 you know, even even if it is to their basil plants or to their 380 00:25:44.880 --> 00:25:48.200 cats or dogs or something. Right. And I used to wake up there 381 00:25:48.319 --> 00:25:51.400 was up here in my I see. Yes, definitely, I woke up 382 00:25:51.440 --> 00:25:55.599 and I be so miserable that, and I shared this before, that I 383 00:25:55.680 --> 00:25:59.000 used to hope that it was a rainy day so that I could I use 384 00:25:59.000 --> 00:26:02.920 an umbrella and hide. You know that I cover my face where the you 385 00:26:02.960 --> 00:26:04.519 know, the raincoate or whatever, and then everybody else could be gruffy too 386 00:26:04.559 --> 00:26:08.720 because it's raining. Because I felt miserable. And and now it's like, 387 00:26:10.279 --> 00:26:11.799 well, doesn't matter what the weather actually is. Oh, I thought you 388 00:26:11.839 --> 00:26:15.160 love that quote. They say doesn't matter matter of the weather outside, you 389 00:26:15.240 --> 00:26:26.440 hold the sunshine it or something like. But yeah, if people it's so 390 00:26:26.480 --> 00:26:27.559 oh, oh, I got to share the story. I used to go 391 00:26:27.599 --> 00:26:30.359 to the salon to get my hair. I do my own hair now, 392 00:26:30.400 --> 00:26:32.799 but decades ago, used to go to the Salon and sit there. And 393 00:26:32.799 --> 00:26:34.119 what do you do? What do we all do in or at the Salon, 394 00:26:36.079 --> 00:26:38.279 besides talk and got got, which is great, it's all wonderful. 395 00:26:38.279 --> 00:26:42.200 We look through a magazine, right. Well, I used to go once 396 00:26:42.200 --> 00:26:45.440 a months get my hair done. Well, once a month I felt like 397 00:26:45.440 --> 00:26:51.039 shit. It's like, Oh my God, I'm not good enough at all, 398 00:26:51.279 --> 00:26:52.599 or I need this and I want that and all look at this and 399 00:26:52.640 --> 00:26:56.440 I thought I never read magazines any other time, but whenever I do, 400 00:26:56.480 --> 00:26:59.799 and I always noticed that I felt like even here I have my my fabulous 401 00:26:59.799 --> 00:27:03.559 hair was all done, but I still felt less than and I thought I'm 402 00:27:03.599 --> 00:27:06.920 not going to go to this line anymore, which I could have just not 403 00:27:06.920 --> 00:27:11.880 looked at the magazines anymore, change my entire environment and you know what, 404 00:27:11.960 --> 00:27:15.640 I started feeling a lot better. 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I'm like, really, that happened, 431 00:29:27.000 --> 00:29:30.359 but I feel like I get enough news from just having these conversations. 432 00:29:30.359 --> 00:29:34.880 But it was the same thing, like, and I listen to all these 433 00:29:34.920 --> 00:29:37.440 successful people and they would say cut out the news, cut out the new 434 00:29:37.519 --> 00:29:41.599 cut out the news, and I did that and then I started just replacing 435 00:29:41.599 --> 00:29:48.720 it with other things. But I did notice this uplifting piece that I didn't 436 00:29:48.759 --> 00:29:53.880 realize how much that was bringing me down and and really stressing me. And 437 00:29:55.000 --> 00:29:57.920 as I and it really wasn't even happening to me right. It was just 438 00:29:59.160 --> 00:30:03.640 stories of other people, but it was so just who and I felt so 439 00:30:03.759 --> 00:30:06.839 miserable. And then I cut that out, took a fast from news, 440 00:30:07.039 --> 00:30:12.279 and everything change. Everything changed. And but so is this the same piece? 441 00:30:12.359 --> 00:30:15.319 Right when we're going through magazines and guys get this to they may not 442 00:30:15.359 --> 00:30:19.480 admit it, but we go through magazines and we see the body builders or 443 00:30:19.519 --> 00:30:23.480 whatever, we're like, wow, my physique is I'm just I'm not that. 444 00:30:23.759 --> 00:30:29.799 So I'm not worth anything if I'm not that. And and so it's 445 00:30:29.839 --> 00:30:33.039 amazing how, when you choose the right things to feed your body, you 446 00:30:33.079 --> 00:30:37.640 know, mentally, emotionally, to the site, through your food, all 447 00:30:37.680 --> 00:30:41.720 that you're feeding into this, this persona of who we owe. Again, 448 00:30:41.839 --> 00:30:45.799 who is it we want to be? And if we're trying to be something 449 00:30:45.839 --> 00:30:51.880 that's we're not in that magazine we're going to fill. Well, I can't 450 00:30:51.920 --> 00:30:53.359 even be that. Well, do you even want to be that? So 451 00:30:53.720 --> 00:30:57.839 I love that you brought up that piece because it's it's an important aspect of 452 00:30:59.000 --> 00:31:00.839 what is it your feed in your subconscious? What is it your feeding your 453 00:31:00.880 --> 00:31:06.519 conscious? What are you feeding yourself? And and taking note to that and 454 00:31:06.519 --> 00:31:10.960 and shifted if you need to. And but you, like you said you 455 00:31:10.960 --> 00:31:14.200 didn't have to stop going to the dauty salon. We don't have to give 456 00:31:14.279 --> 00:31:18.039 up our life. We really have to just pinpoint what are the pieces that 457 00:31:18.440 --> 00:31:23.440 are bring us down and then remove those again, like you're like you're saying 458 00:31:23.480 --> 00:31:26.920 we're going to Sculpe, we're going to take away the pieces that are inline 459 00:31:27.000 --> 00:31:30.000 or in tune with us. So if it's that's the was a great story. 460 00:31:32.160 --> 00:31:38.279 It's reminding me someone above some, but magazines is reading like words and 461 00:31:38.400 --> 00:31:41.799 when we read, if we were, if you took a magazine and they 462 00:31:41.839 --> 00:31:44.880 actually had to write it out, like type it out. You had to 463 00:31:44.920 --> 00:31:48.480 read about what it look like and everything. That even be more helpful because 464 00:31:48.519 --> 00:31:56.880 you would you would get to translate what beauty means to you. Right, 465 00:31:56.960 --> 00:32:00.319 so some say all, she or he was beautiful. Then you would have 466 00:32:00.440 --> 00:32:04.319 your image of what you feel. And you know what, you might not 467 00:32:04.359 --> 00:32:08.000 even picture anything, you might get a feeling and I think that's one thing 468 00:32:08.039 --> 00:32:12.000 we were lying so much on on visual things. You know, does it 469 00:32:12.119 --> 00:32:17.559 look aesthetically pleasing or food all this is a fun story. So I actually 470 00:32:17.559 --> 00:32:21.480 don't care what my food looks like. And a lot of people like, 471 00:32:21.519 --> 00:32:23.839 oh my gosh, it's so good, but doesn't it doesn't look good. 472 00:32:23.920 --> 00:32:28.559 I'm like, but you, but I feel like it looks good because I 473 00:32:28.599 --> 00:32:30.000 know it's good for me and I know it's in there and I have a 474 00:32:30.000 --> 00:32:34.920 relationship. I was dating. Your Diet was the name of my my practice 475 00:32:35.000 --> 00:32:37.519 for, you know, since two thousand and six right. So you know, 476 00:32:37.559 --> 00:32:40.759 it's understand the relationship we have with food. And so for me, 477 00:32:40.880 --> 00:32:45.000 you know, yeah, my foods, it's pretty ugly, it's can be 478 00:32:45.079 --> 00:32:49.599 messy, it's got stuff everywhere. You but it's to me it's absolutely stunning, 479 00:32:49.640 --> 00:32:51.680 and other people, you know, it's really important and I love that 480 00:32:51.720 --> 00:32:54.000 other people have that skill. I am not a play team person. I 481 00:32:54.119 --> 00:33:00.200 do not want me to plate things and and so we all have these but 482 00:33:00.279 --> 00:33:04.519 if we were too, I wonder when you have your vision boards, you 483 00:33:04.519 --> 00:33:06.680 know people can do that. Are they just are even say I'm a wish 484 00:33:06.680 --> 00:33:13.480 list or I journal, if you really were to feel what they want, 485 00:33:13.519 --> 00:33:16.240 not just know what they want. Okay, if you know you want a 486 00:33:16.240 --> 00:33:22.839 million dollars, okay, what is that feel like? It's like to let's 487 00:33:22.880 --> 00:33:27.559 strengthen the relationship, let's deepen. What that is? I do you even 488 00:33:27.599 --> 00:33:29.720 know what that means, that you want a million dollars? So you have 489 00:33:29.759 --> 00:33:31.519 a million dollars. Now why? Like, okay, I'll have lessto. 490 00:33:31.640 --> 00:33:35.240 So dead feel like? So it's more like what does it feel like? 491 00:33:35.319 --> 00:33:39.680 And I think that's to me how I shift my state. I'll suddenly be 492 00:33:39.759 --> 00:33:44.599 upset about something and I'll go, Whoa, oh, do I want to 493 00:33:44.640 --> 00:33:46.960 be upset about that? No, I do not. And so I'm going 494 00:33:47.000 --> 00:33:50.599 to reveal my secret and I'm going to just say with the whole world right 495 00:33:50.640 --> 00:33:53.119 now, I have two favorite songs and I can listen to them. I 496 00:33:53.200 --> 00:33:57.559 probably listen to them a million times. They are my million dollars. And 497 00:33:57.799 --> 00:34:00.720 soon as I get really upset and I'm like, Oh my God, I 498 00:34:00.720 --> 00:34:04.079 don't know what to do, I'm like, I'm freaking out, I'm upset. 499 00:34:04.119 --> 00:34:07.400 So I lock myself into the bathroom and I listened to that song. 500 00:34:07.799 --> 00:34:12.599 It's making train or I feel better when I'm dancing, and listen to it's 501 00:34:12.679 --> 00:34:15.719 from this new bee movie which I have not yet seen, but you know, 502 00:34:15.760 --> 00:34:17.880 I listened to it, and you get your body moving, because it's 503 00:34:17.880 --> 00:34:23.159 really important as we express, and this is what talking, you know what 504 00:34:23.159 --> 00:34:27.920 we're doing, talking, having a show, being a guest, you're expressing 505 00:34:27.920 --> 00:34:32.239 your moving emotion. The connection is created through the movement of emotion. And 506 00:34:32.320 --> 00:34:37.280 so if you are feeling like well, like contracted, angry, don't know, 507 00:34:37.480 --> 00:34:42.679 too, fearful, tied up, locked in, you need to move 508 00:34:42.760 --> 00:34:45.320 it. And so sometimes even you know, some people love to work out, 509 00:34:45.360 --> 00:34:46.719 go to the gym, do their run, all these things. I 510 00:34:46.719 --> 00:34:50.599 am not most of any of those things. I have a little rebounder or 511 00:34:50.639 --> 00:34:53.280 I do my little dancing or I kind of do my breasts for Yoga, 512 00:34:53.320 --> 00:34:58.159 and once I can do that, I do shift. I haven't even thought 513 00:34:58.199 --> 00:35:01.280 of anything different yet. I've just moved that emotion. I've expressed it, 514 00:35:01.320 --> 00:35:10.880 I've put you expelled it right, like that word. Expelled it. Just 515 00:35:10.920 --> 00:35:15.119 to get a hold of a good word. You know, can that's actually 516 00:35:15.119 --> 00:35:16.760 fun to do. You ever do that? Guarantee have like a word a 517 00:35:16.840 --> 00:35:20.320 day, like you go, that's a good word today. I like that. 518 00:35:20.400 --> 00:35:23.039 I'm going to think about that word. I don't, but I mean 519 00:35:23.400 --> 00:35:27.480 I'll do catch it sometimes if someone says no, I do like that where 520 00:35:27.480 --> 00:35:31.440 I don't have a word a day, but do these conversations. Like expel 521 00:35:31.599 --> 00:35:38.719 is a very good word. I'm very I love the talk part because it's 522 00:35:38.760 --> 00:35:44.039 important, like using the right word for the right situation, and it'll do 523 00:35:44.119 --> 00:35:47.239 what you're talking about here when we're saying certain things like well, let me 524 00:35:47.280 --> 00:35:51.679 lose weight. We have a mentor this as never say lose weight, just 525 00:35:51.679 --> 00:35:53.639 say release it, because of whatever you lose you're going to want to find 526 00:35:53.679 --> 00:36:00.079 again. And so the these the terminology is I do. I love of 527 00:36:00.079 --> 00:36:04.880 the terminology, and to expel is something great. Express is something great. 528 00:36:04.880 --> 00:36:09.280 All these things and and how you're talking about with your story, once you 529 00:36:09.360 --> 00:36:13.199 get that out there. I think a lot of times that we feel so 530 00:36:14.719 --> 00:36:20.679 stricted or whatever, because it's our speed. Our spiritual self is wine to 531 00:36:20.760 --> 00:36:23.239 express the way that it needs to express. Is Why we have these stories 532 00:36:23.280 --> 00:36:27.800 and we actually have some commis on here, Titus and saying that our story 533 00:36:27.880 --> 00:36:30.480 is not for us as for others. So be vulnerable. And what's really 534 00:36:30.519 --> 00:36:35.800 interesting, interesting is when you just take that leap and get on whatever platform 535 00:36:35.840 --> 00:36:42.039 it is and just express whatever that is, you feel so much better, 536 00:36:42.119 --> 00:36:45.519 right because you're like that, because it wanted to lead, it wanted to 537 00:36:45.519 --> 00:36:47.079 get out and needed to be out in the world. And you're like wow, 538 00:36:47.079 --> 00:36:50.599 I feel like I have this weight off my shoulder because you just told 539 00:36:50.599 --> 00:36:52.960 the story you were supposed to tell. And then what's interesting, that happens 540 00:36:53.079 --> 00:36:57.519 once people make that leap, as they get this feedback and like wow, 541 00:36:57.559 --> 00:37:02.519 what you said was so powerful, and they're in. They're really, really, 542 00:37:04.159 --> 00:37:07.800 wow, really, and we're so shocked. But we never know that 543 00:37:07.880 --> 00:37:10.920 until we take that leap, until we really do break break out of this, 544 00:37:12.239 --> 00:37:15.199 you know, because the bondage of keeping all of our stuff, all 545 00:37:15.239 --> 00:37:21.159 of ourselves to ourselves and not really being, you know, the serving others 546 00:37:21.159 --> 00:37:22.360 the way, I think, because to me I feel like that's what we're 547 00:37:22.360 --> 00:37:27.239 supposed to to do. We're supposed to serve others and ways, and that's 548 00:37:27.280 --> 00:37:30.880 I feel like that's everybody's purpose, is to serve. How we do that 549 00:37:30.000 --> 00:37:35.639 is really what really gets into the vehicle. But it is our purpose to 550 00:37:35.639 --> 00:37:39.719 serve and once we start to accomplish that, on whatever platform, we began 551 00:37:39.760 --> 00:37:45.639 to get uplifted because we are, we're walking in that purpose. Yes, 552 00:37:45.760 --> 00:37:47.800 it is. It servings of fun thing. I used to actually really get 553 00:37:47.920 --> 00:37:51.920 upset about that, like here, serve anybody, like, you know, 554 00:37:52.119 --> 00:37:55.239 get my back up, but I had to change the meaning of it for 555 00:37:55.280 --> 00:38:00.719 me and I to understand it more and so it okay, this is going 556 00:38:00.719 --> 00:38:02.679 to go. I like this. This is going deeper than I think I've 557 00:38:02.719 --> 00:38:07.679 gone before, so I'm going to do it. I actually used to have 558 00:38:07.719 --> 00:38:10.719 faith and trust and then I would express and I would tell a story and 559 00:38:10.760 --> 00:38:14.880 then I felt sick after. I thought, oh my gosh, what have 560 00:38:14.920 --> 00:38:17.119 I done? I felt vulnerable, I felt naked. I feel like I 561 00:38:17.159 --> 00:38:21.159 can't take that bag. They've lost respect for me. They see me differently. 562 00:38:21.960 --> 00:38:24.519 Now I'm going to get stuck with that story forever. I had a 563 00:38:24.519 --> 00:38:29.199 lot of healing to do. I had a lot of self love to be 564 00:38:29.239 --> 00:38:35.159 done before it, and and always realize. So I recognize that when I 565 00:38:35.199 --> 00:38:39.079 am ready to expel, whenever ready to express, I'm I am going to 566 00:38:39.159 --> 00:38:45.400 choose who I share this with carefully, with my heart first. Am I 567 00:38:45.440 --> 00:38:50.320 sharing this is so valuable. Guys, if I'm sharing this because I want 568 00:38:50.360 --> 00:38:52.800 to make somebody else feel badly, because I want to tell them how they 569 00:38:52.840 --> 00:38:58.039 made me feel, at how they hurt me and how disappointed I am in 570 00:38:58.119 --> 00:39:02.320 them, that might not be where you want to come from, because that 571 00:39:02.360 --> 00:39:07.599 means that all those things that you want it let that person know you need 572 00:39:07.679 --> 00:39:10.639 to offer yourself all that healing first. That's not where you want to come 573 00:39:10.679 --> 00:39:15.360 from. It's the place where you want to come from serving others that you're 574 00:39:15.400 --> 00:39:20.519 telling your story. If you need to express to somebody because you need healing, 575 00:39:20.559 --> 00:39:22.960 you do need to find a coach, a good friend as something like 576 00:39:23.119 --> 00:39:28.800 be very mindful, because you can really hurt yourself by standing up and just 577 00:39:28.840 --> 00:39:31.360 going Duh, right, there's there's a lot of you do want that inner 578 00:39:31.400 --> 00:39:36.800 strength and that confidence, and it's important to find the people to help you 579 00:39:36.840 --> 00:39:38.719 with it, and so that's something that I really had to do and that 580 00:39:38.719 --> 00:39:43.639 that's when it became such. I was able to help others with their stories 581 00:39:43.639 --> 00:39:46.320 and message, because there's rating on the bio there. You know, I 582 00:39:46.440 --> 00:39:51.920 do love helping to, you know, breathe life into the dreams of others. 583 00:39:52.079 --> 00:39:58.639 But that dream they do SNEF safety. Right, feeling safe is so 584 00:39:59.000 --> 00:40:01.760 unique to each one of us, because each one of US feels not safe 585 00:40:01.760 --> 00:40:05.960 for a different reason, because of a different experience, in a different belief. 586 00:40:06.000 --> 00:40:07.599 And we, when we shed that, leave not to say, Oh, 587 00:40:07.679 --> 00:40:10.199 I'm not, I don't feel safe, but you know what, I'm 588 00:40:10.239 --> 00:40:13.760 just going to throw that aside. Hey, great, that's awesome, if 589 00:40:13.800 --> 00:40:17.480 you can, but make sure it's wrapped in a lot of love and and 590 00:40:17.559 --> 00:40:22.960 knowing who you are so that you it's not confidence, it's a deeper you 591 00:40:23.000 --> 00:40:29.760 know how confidence is like confidence, but knowing is knowing right. It's the 592 00:40:30.079 --> 00:40:34.559 birth and confidence. And when you know yourself, it's almost like you don't 593 00:40:34.559 --> 00:40:37.920 even need confidence because you just know yourself. Like, I can stop it, 594 00:40:37.960 --> 00:40:40.039 but yeah, that I would love to show the people. If that 595 00:40:40.159 --> 00:40:43.519 the first thing I'm thinking I do. I really there's a story and I 596 00:40:43.559 --> 00:40:45.960 need to share it. I want to talk about it. Let's check in 597 00:40:46.000 --> 00:40:52.679 with your self love and value and worthiness and know that you can share everything 598 00:40:52.679 --> 00:40:58.280 like that safely and be there to serve. Yeah, a couple points there 599 00:40:58.360 --> 00:41:04.039 that I where is it coming from? Right, the the attitude behind it, 600 00:41:04.039 --> 00:41:07.639 and because that's not that self serving. Right, if we're going to 601 00:41:07.920 --> 00:41:10.039 we're just being vindictive because we want to get something now, to hurt someone. 602 00:41:10.079 --> 00:41:14.519 That's self serving. That's that's serving us, because that's making us feel 603 00:41:14.599 --> 00:41:17.760 better. That's not serving someone someone else, because it's the it's the healing 604 00:41:17.800 --> 00:41:22.239 stories, it is the coming the rising up stories that serving others as really 605 00:41:22.519 --> 00:41:27.079 bringing them up when we start tearing people down. That's that's not what we're 606 00:41:27.079 --> 00:41:30.079 talking about, and to understand the difference. So if we're coming out with 607 00:41:30.360 --> 00:41:34.280 you know I need is I need to speak my word and I need to 608 00:41:34.280 --> 00:41:37.239 do it because I'm lashing out, and that that's that's a completely different animal 609 00:41:37.239 --> 00:41:40.719 and it's going to hurt everybody involved, like and I love is in it. 610 00:41:40.920 --> 00:41:45.159 It's going to hurt us more, and I love that you put there's 611 00:41:45.280 --> 00:41:52.840 there's confidence, right, and then there's knowing and it just reminds me of 612 00:41:52.840 --> 00:41:55.079 the story that I had that I tell my it's my youngest son. He 613 00:41:55.159 --> 00:42:02.159 does not lack confidence whatsoever and and he likes to tell people sometimes, and 614 00:42:02.199 --> 00:42:07.800 I and I I say, you know, think about how much more powerful 615 00:42:07.840 --> 00:42:13.719 your confidence is when you just show right, when you get when you have 616 00:42:13.760 --> 00:42:17.519 something to prove and you know it. You don't have to tell people. 617 00:42:17.960 --> 00:42:23.639 It just expells, expels off of your person right and we don't have to 618 00:42:24.199 --> 00:42:28.119 and that point sometimes we don't even have to speak. We can just carry 619 00:42:28.119 --> 00:42:31.559 ourselves in ways that that confidence is because we know who we are. And 620 00:42:31.599 --> 00:42:36.280 again it's that knowing. And if we think about the feelings and the energy 621 00:42:36.320 --> 00:42:39.280 that we're talking about knowing who you are, and this is kind of coming 622 00:42:39.280 --> 00:42:43.079 back full circle, right, once you know who it is you want to 623 00:42:43.119 --> 00:42:45.400 be, know what and all that stuff, and then you know deep down 624 00:42:45.440 --> 00:42:50.079 aside, that's who you are. A lot of times we don't even have 625 00:42:50.119 --> 00:42:52.719 to tell the story. People will just watch us and say I want to 626 00:42:52.840 --> 00:42:58.880 know that person's story and they're just attracted to us because of that. And 627 00:42:58.920 --> 00:43:02.000 it's not conceit, it's is that confidence that knowing of who we are, 628 00:43:02.079 --> 00:43:08.039 is is how we carry ourselves and it's a stronger aspect of that's what that 629 00:43:08.679 --> 00:43:12.960 really is coming across, and so I love that you said that too, 630 00:43:13.639 --> 00:43:16.719 and it's because I say with my son, but it's it's the same for 631 00:43:16.760 --> 00:43:20.239 all of us. I mean kids are just humans, smaller humans, right. 632 00:43:20.280 --> 00:43:22.400 They just haven't gone through the experience that them most of the adults, 633 00:43:22.400 --> 00:43:25.480 but they're still the same, they're still have the same energy that we have. 634 00:43:25.639 --> 00:43:29.480 So I love that you that you put that out there. Yeah, 635 00:43:29.639 --> 00:43:31.639 I's confidence, that that's arrogance. I thought. I like that you said 636 00:43:31.719 --> 00:43:36.119 arrogance and confidence, because here's here's the difference between those two words. How 637 00:43:36.280 --> 00:43:40.920 I see it, and I don't want to it's I'm not insulting anybody, 638 00:43:40.920 --> 00:43:45.920 but sometimes when we come across as know, when we say with an arrogant 639 00:43:45.920 --> 00:43:49.920 way or that, it's judgment. It's judgment to say I am better than 640 00:43:50.000 --> 00:43:54.159 you. HMM. And I've loved my father shared this with me when I 641 00:43:54.199 --> 00:44:00.360 was I can't remember a long time ago, he I accidentally said the words 642 00:44:00.440 --> 00:44:04.480 escaped my mouth. I know it was I broken up with a with a 643 00:44:04.519 --> 00:44:08.320 fella, and I said Damn better than him, and my father like went, 644 00:44:08.360 --> 00:44:10.599 Oh, no, no, because, Lisa, nobody is better than 645 00:44:10.639 --> 00:44:15.920 anybody. We are just in different places. Nobody's higher and lower. We're 646 00:44:15.039 --> 00:44:20.239 just from the middle. You're just in a different direction going out. Well, 647 00:44:20.280 --> 00:44:22.559 first of all, my my you know, he's so always sweet and 648 00:44:22.599 --> 00:44:23.159 kind to me. Out, Oh my God, I just got to draw. 649 00:44:23.159 --> 00:44:25.159 He's yelled at me, but he did this and then I was like, 650 00:44:25.559 --> 00:44:30.239 Oh, I was I really judged. I judged. I was like 651 00:44:30.280 --> 00:44:34.360 I wanted to make myself feel better because, you know, I wanted to 652 00:44:34.400 --> 00:44:37.760 have a good reason why I broke up, you know, or or rejected, 653 00:44:37.119 --> 00:44:38.960 or I was feeling bad, you know. So I was like, 654 00:44:38.960 --> 00:44:44.880 well, I'm better man right, so I'm. So that was the most 655 00:44:44.920 --> 00:44:46.679 valuable pieces was, you know, twenty years ago again, and when he 656 00:44:46.719 --> 00:44:51.800 said that, I love that because now I can feel when somebody else is 657 00:44:51.840 --> 00:44:54.599 being arrogant or or overly confident in that way, which there they can own 658 00:44:54.639 --> 00:44:58.760 that and I love that. But when it comes in a way that they're 659 00:44:58.840 --> 00:45:02.159 judging me, I feel separated from them. As soon as we separate ourselves 660 00:45:02.159 --> 00:45:12.440 from anybody else for any reason whatsoever, it's you break the connection to understand. 661 00:45:12.800 --> 00:45:15.559 And then when you don't understand, how can you, how can you 662 00:45:15.559 --> 00:45:19.159 even communicate? And your heart is suddenly blocked us, like there's like a 663 00:45:19.199 --> 00:45:22.880 lecture field thing comes in there head. So No, you can't go here. 664 00:45:22.920 --> 00:45:24.360 And sometimes we are not meant to be in the lives of others, 665 00:45:24.440 --> 00:45:28.960 you know, and the others are not meant to be in our life at 666 00:45:29.000 --> 00:45:31.639 that time or forever and not, you know. So there's this important connection 667 00:45:31.760 --> 00:45:37.840 piece that knowing. Here this is talk about full circle. Knowing where your 668 00:45:37.960 --> 00:45:43.320 energy is highest, where it's most around, where you're fired up and passionate, 669 00:45:43.519 --> 00:45:46.039 and that is where I like to to how I like to choose, 670 00:45:46.159 --> 00:45:50.119 you know, at to whether I'm attracting by choice or not, but letting 671 00:45:50.119 --> 00:45:52.280 them know like, Hey, this is where my energy is really focus and 672 00:45:52.480 --> 00:45:54.119 hot in this area, this is a hot spot right cold, hot gold, 673 00:45:55.320 --> 00:45:58.199 and then they'll know as well. It will. And if it makes 674 00:45:58.199 --> 00:46:00.760 you feel good and makes me feel good, then we're meant to be. 675 00:46:00.840 --> 00:46:04.639 But if, if it's if it doesn't feel good for whatever reason, you 676 00:46:04.639 --> 00:46:07.320 don't even have to have words. Then you know that it's not time. 677 00:46:07.360 --> 00:46:09.880 To have them as a coach, have them as a friend, have them, 678 00:46:09.920 --> 00:46:14.480 as you know, a partner in any way. Yeah, yeah, 679 00:46:14.599 --> 00:46:17.360 it's true, it's true. And and being aware of all that, awareness 680 00:46:17.400 --> 00:46:22.920 is a big key, a big piece and and I think we're getting close 681 00:46:22.000 --> 00:46:24.639 the time. So I think we're going to love that. We just brought 682 00:46:24.679 --> 00:46:29.880 that awareness, though, because if you're not aware of all these things that 683 00:46:30.000 --> 00:46:31.360 are going around you, if not aware of what it is you really why? 684 00:46:31.400 --> 00:46:36.119 If you're not aware of all that, let's become aware and let's really 685 00:46:36.119 --> 00:46:40.360 get you there. And with that, though. So because you do coaching 686 00:46:40.440 --> 00:46:44.840 and and and I know that we talked a little bit about the you and 687 00:46:45.119 --> 00:46:47.320 to Moss, and love to Moss. He's he's an amazing guy. Had 688 00:46:47.400 --> 00:46:51.679 Him on the show. was on his and that the two of you are 689 00:46:51.679 --> 00:46:54.920 listened to your guys to show a lot and and I just love how you, 690 00:46:55.559 --> 00:46:59.360 we talked about this, to how you guys compliment each other where to 691 00:46:59.480 --> 00:47:01.480 moss is very chill. He's just as chill dude, right, and he's 692 00:47:01.519 --> 00:47:07.599 like yeah, yeah, and you're like yeah, and the how you the 693 00:47:07.719 --> 00:47:09.920 energy exchange that happens between the two you is really cool. So what if 694 00:47:10.119 --> 00:47:14.639 if people really want to like, you know, I really do want to 695 00:47:15.440 --> 00:47:20.239 tell my story in and uplifting manner. Right again, time and lifting manner, 696 00:47:20.280 --> 00:47:22.400 but I don't know. I don't know how to go about that. 697 00:47:22.519 --> 00:47:27.280 And they're, yeah, really compelled or drawn to you to to learn how 698 00:47:27.320 --> 00:47:29.599 to do that. How can they get in touch with you? Okay, 699 00:47:29.679 --> 00:47:32.440 thank you so much for asking and and I'll show if you everybody listening, 700 00:47:32.519 --> 00:47:37.360 watching is you don't have to tell the story on air, you don't have 701 00:47:37.440 --> 00:47:42.480 to have a show. It is literally how do you tell your yourself, 702 00:47:42.559 --> 00:47:45.360 your own story, people that you meet at a party, but you know, 703 00:47:45.599 --> 00:47:49.880 how are you engaged in your own story? And what what we're to 704 00:47:49.880 --> 00:47:52.360 start, because a lot of times intil moss and I talked a lot about 705 00:47:52.400 --> 00:47:55.119 this. You've lived a long life. There's a lot of stuff that happens. 706 00:47:55.119 --> 00:47:59.000 There's like content going on all over the place, and you're like, 707 00:47:59.039 --> 00:48:00.840 well, where do I start? Which one? And so we do, 708 00:48:01.119 --> 00:48:05.159 and I do. We help people tune into where you have the most energy 709 00:48:05.239 --> 00:48:07.599 around. What is how is it? You would love to show up and 710 00:48:07.719 --> 00:48:10.440 just serve without even it's effortless, effortless serving right, and I love that. 711 00:48:10.559 --> 00:48:14.519 So, first and foremost, so easy to get ahold me. If 712 00:48:14.559 --> 00:48:16.239 you you can, will do we can you facebook. But honestly, I 713 00:48:16.239 --> 00:48:19.400 would love for somebody to email me. But if they're thinking you know, 714 00:48:19.559 --> 00:48:22.000 I don't know. That's an email. Like what do I say? You 715 00:48:22.000 --> 00:48:24.360 can literally write high. I saw you. I'd love to connect it right. 716 00:48:24.400 --> 00:48:30.719 It's so easy. But Lisa at light on Livingcom and that's light lght, 717 00:48:30.920 --> 00:48:37.559 so light on livingcom. But absolutely track me down through facebook. Lisa, 718 00:48:37.599 --> 00:48:40.119 Barry, and this is fun for me to say. BARRY BE R 719 00:48:40.159 --> 00:48:49.719 why? Like a strawberry, the low glycemic fruit. Fun, very but 720 00:48:49.840 --> 00:48:52.440 UN Tilmas. And I actually if you are, whether you're show hoster just 721 00:48:52.480 --> 00:48:54.480 wanting to learn how to communicate or express, we do have a private facebook 722 00:48:54.519 --> 00:49:00.000 group. It's called podcast prosperity. Prosperity meaning abundance, you know, the 723 00:49:00.800 --> 00:49:04.159 the richness, the fullness of your life, and podcasting, of course, 724 00:49:04.239 --> 00:49:07.679 if your if you want to be a fabulous guest or a show host, 725 00:49:07.960 --> 00:49:12.119 then we would love to have your podcast prosperity. We do a live every 726 00:49:12.119 --> 00:49:15.599 Friday, but it's called fun Friday. And you're right about Tomas here, 727 00:49:15.639 --> 00:49:20.480 and I have to say this Tomas is like this calm mountain with that a 728 00:49:20.599 --> 00:49:22.880 storm of fun going on and I'm like the storm of fun and I've got 729 00:49:22.880 --> 00:49:30.440 to calm mountain inside me. larious. It is, it is. It's 730 00:49:30.480 --> 00:49:35.199 a great dynamic and in I mean I get so much out of it. 731 00:49:35.199 --> 00:49:38.000 But I love the Fun Fridays and those are what I really watch probably more 732 00:49:38.320 --> 00:49:45.360 than anything, and the dynamic that was great. And so, even if 733 00:49:45.400 --> 00:49:49.440 you don't want to have a podcast, join it because it's cool to watch. 734 00:49:49.480 --> 00:49:52.480 It might even inspire you to really use utilize that platform. But I 735 00:49:52.519 --> 00:49:55.199 like how you said, you know, the story can be told anywhere. 736 00:49:55.199 --> 00:49:58.639 It doesn't have to be on a podcast platform or doesn't have to be on 737 00:49:58.679 --> 00:50:02.840 the stage. But thank you so much to Lisa. I really it's been 738 00:50:04.079 --> 00:50:07.039 I knew it was going to be a great show and it has been so 739 00:50:07.119 --> 00:50:13.400 much fun. You've offered me a place to expel bet. A lot of 740 00:50:13.400 --> 00:50:15.679 more people are going to be using the word expel today. So that's or 741 00:50:15.880 --> 00:50:20.960 whenever they use it the or see your or here the the podcast. So 742 00:50:21.159 --> 00:50:23.480 we just we just started a trend. That's good, good, yes, 743 00:50:23.599 --> 00:50:27.639 I love it and and just everybody, thank you for tuning, thank you 744 00:50:27.719 --> 00:50:30.880 for having a beautiful show. You have some fabulous guests. I've heard them, 745 00:50:30.920 --> 00:50:34.400 and people need places to come to like this to experience you, because 746 00:50:34.400 --> 00:50:36.800 your file love that you get to share your sort of stories too. But 747 00:50:37.199 --> 00:50:38.440 thank you for having the show and offer it to the listers, and thank 748 00:50:38.440 --> 00:50:44.039 you, listeners, for tuning in and taking your time for this awesome Lisa, 749 00:50:44.079 --> 00:50:46.760 I appreciate you so much. With that, though, I know you 750 00:50:46.760 --> 00:50:51.239 have someplace to be, so we're going to let you go and I'm sure 751 00:50:51.280 --> 00:50:53.239 we will talk soon. And all you listeners out there, I know that 752 00:50:53.239 --> 00:50:57.639 we will talk soon, and probably in just a couple days. So until 753 00:50:57.760 --> 00:51:04.519 then, farewell everyone. Thanks for tuning in. If you've found value in 754 00:51:04.559 --> 00:51:07.320 this episode, the best thing you can do is to subscribe, rate or 755 00:51:07.400 --> 00:51:12.320 review this podcast. If you would like to further investigate how you can flip 756 00:51:12.360 --> 00:51:17.599 your own mindset, feel free to contact me through my website at wwwaginscom. 757 00:51:19.320 --> 00:51:24.079 Can't wait to catch you on the next episode.