Do you struggle with the creation of your podcast content?  Always feel like you are a step behind and trying to get ahead.  I know, even I struggle with this sometimes.  Today, I’ve invited Tonesha Hyde, host of the U R Immeasurable Podcast.  She’s been recording weekly for just about a year and I wanted to ask her how she comes up with her content. 

 

Tonesha shares her process for recording content, including writing down important points and the importance of passion and authenticity in podcasting. She also discusses her struggles with creating structured content and how she feels about repeating topics (psst. – it’s a good thing!).

 

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Hello. What a what a snafu with Facebook this

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morning. Yeah. Facebook stream yard. I mean, it was all the

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thing. Yeah. We we tried several different things in order to get this interview

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started. So, yeah, you know, as long as there are

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other alternatives. Right? I mean, ultimately, If we don't

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make it happen. Yeah. If this didn't work, I would have just moved over to

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Zencaster. I would have been like, you know what? Let's go there. Let's do that

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there because that's cloud based. Yeah. Okay. We will

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figure it out. We will get it to you. We will get you the audio

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that you desire and you need because creating content for your

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podcast is super important. Right? Yeah.

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Yes. Definitely. And, you know, hey. to make

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it sound great. That's where you come in.

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Well, thank you. But let's get started with you first. Right?

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Okay. Tell me a little bit about you and

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your podcast and why you named your podcast the name it

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is. Oh, so I gotta dang. You gonna make

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me go back and have to remember stuff. So

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who am I? I am Tanisha Hyde. and

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I am a relationship transformation agitator.

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And, you know, I'm I like that better than just saying

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I'm a coach or I'm a transformation coach or whatever. And I like

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it because it kinda gives you more of an idea of

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exactly what I do, how I work, and how we you know, and how

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it all comes together. Mhmm. So, yeah, I focus on

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relationships, your relationship with you, your relationship with other

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people, your relationship with stuff sometimes.

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And yeah. So that's how we do it. you said, why did I

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name the podcast? What I named it? I named it like that

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because a lot of the things that that I focus

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on and that we center on or that we talk about

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me and my clients is a lot to deal with a lot

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of inner a lot of inner things. How you talk to yourself? Your

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your inner monologue, your your your self talk,

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what, you know, what are your thoughts sounding like? How do you

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work through whatever, you know, you might be dealing with

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and all of those things? And knowing that a lot of

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people, especially like business owners, and even, you

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know, some people that aren't business owners, people in their careers and things, you know,

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that impostor syndrome pops up, all the I can't.

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Maybe I shouldn't. I don't know if I can. you

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know, all the things that we do to to doubt ourselves.

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Sometimes we just need somebody to let us know, or we need to get to

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the point that we realize that what somebody

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else thinks or sometimes even how I'm trying to measure myself

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is as enough. And so that's why I went with you are

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immeasurable. So it's me telling you that you're

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immeasurable, but it's also a reminder, like, you know, when

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you're looking at it or when you're looking for it or whatever that you know

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what? Yeah. Yeah. My wife's gonna be

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measured. I'm in amazing. I have listened to

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every episode, and it is amazing. You get some great tips

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in it too. Right? Before we get started in some of the questions, I

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just wanted to make mention that you are

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immeasurable is not spelled the

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correct way. It's spelled the phonically way. So I just wanted to make sure that

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everybody knows that. The letter u The

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letter r in miserable. Perfect.

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Okay. Excellent. Alright. So how many episodes do you have

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under your belt right now? Do you want me to tell you?

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I think where where we at? We're about 48, 47, 48. We're

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about yeah. Yeah. I think I just -- -- 50. Yep. I

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think we just did 48 that'll be released soon.

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Yep. Excellent. Yeah. Actually, I think 48 will be probably

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released the same day this is. So, yeah, 48 today. Right? Okay.

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Okay. So, yeah, we're we're we're we're we're almost to 50. We're almost to

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50. Excellent. Yeah. Well, aren't we all? Right?

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Literally. Because you are your your main

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focus is Genexx women. Right? And so we're -- And -- Some of

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us are almost to 50. Well, we are we are right

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there. Rock kicking the door.

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Yeah. I wonder if you should maybe do a an episode your fiftieth

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episode about turning 50. I know neither one of us are 50 yet, but

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You know? But but we're damn close. Yeah. You know, it's it's that

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well, it's that transition over. It's the second half.

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Right? which we all know is gonna be better than the first half because

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at least I don't have to learn how to walk and crawl and eat.

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That kinda depends on the day. And if my

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knees are cooperating. No kidding.

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So that kinda brings up that topic. Right? So I just kinda gave you

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maybe gave you an idea on your content and kinda got your

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wheels spinning. So how do you come up with all of the content that

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you have each each week? You know what?

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It actually is a couple of different ways. I will say

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in the beginning, it was more difficult

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because, I guess, it's like anything new you're trying to

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figure out, like, your flow in it. Mhmm.

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And so at first, I was like, okay. So I need to

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make this list of what I'm gonna talk about, you

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know, the order and all of that. Well,

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hey, my brain doesn't work like that. Yep. I

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like, my regular ordinary everyday life, it doesn't

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work like that. And so I was trying to

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force myself, I'll say, into a box. And I don't think you

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didn't tell me that I had to do that. I don't think anybody told me

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that I had to do it. I guess it's just, like, one of those things

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that you feel like it should be structured in this way and

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whatever whatever. So with when I was trying to do it that

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way, It was, I'll say, definitely a lot more

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difficult than it is now. Now I really just

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take the things that maybe that I see on social

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media or, like, things that people ask me

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questions about. conversations that I see,

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like, on Facebook or in my groups, things my clients

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are asking me because a lot of times, just like with, you

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know, everything else in life and in your day to day or

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whatever, you'll tend to hear the same thing.

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Mhmm. over and over. Like, you know, you'll be like, okay. Why is

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everybody talking about imposter syndrome this week? Why is

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everybody talking about you know, negative self talk

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this week. And so, you know, from that is like, okay.

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Well, let me put it out there, you

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know, how I feel about it, and then, you know, how

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again, maybe in a coach and things like that. So let me explain

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how I've dealt with it, and then how I help my

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clients deal with it. So, normally, that's where they come

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from. and I found that kinda just let it flow like that.

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I will find myself doing, like, maybe 3 or 4

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episodes at a time because it's a natural

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okay. It's a natural flow. Mhmm. Mhmm. And so

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then, you know, you can piggyback off of it. Okay. Well, yeah. Well, this can

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lead into that, and that can lead into this, and this is a part of

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that. It's just a whole lot, I guess, less

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stressful. when you do it that way. Yeah. And

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I have noticed that sometimes you'll talk about a topic,

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and then you'll go through a couple of and then you'll come back and

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say, we talked about this in episodes, so it's and such, and we're gonna revisit

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some of that today. And I think that's brilliant. brilliant

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because that is not only getting more content about that

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particular topic, but it's getting them to go back to the old episode to

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listen to the old so too. Right? So -- Yeah. So let me

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ask you a question, though, that I think that maybe people are

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struggling with is how did you come up with the

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content for the first 5 episodes, 10

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episodes, 2 episodes, Did you already know what you were gonna

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talk about, or was it just a struggle? Look at you, like, that was over

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a year ago. What are we talking about, Kim? Right. Right. And I'm like,

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what word that? Oh, you know, I can

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actually pull that up on a different screen, and I can let you know exactly

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what those first, you know, ones were -- I I I think --

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Yeah. -- I I think they were, like,

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okay, I remember sitting down and kind of,

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like, making a list of things that I

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felt like, you know, I would be talking about And then

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I, yeah, I think I just kinda went with

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it, went with that. But

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something just in, you know, me being me. I

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may have, like, several things written down or several things that

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I'm thinking about. but it's when I start talking,

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that's when it's like, okay. So, yeah, let's cut this off

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right here, and then we can take this and make it another one, and then

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I'll talk about that there. Because, usually, once, you know, once

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I start talking, then I've got 12,000,000,000 things that are running through my mind.

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that I wanna try to get in here. But then it's like, no. Remember, 15

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to 20 minutes. Stop. You gotta cut it off. Now what

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do you make notes when you are recording so that you'll remember to talk about

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that? No. Just all in your data. Yes. Because, again, if I

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if I'm trying to read it If I'm trying to yeah. It won't it won't

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flow for me. I know that some people do that, but for me,

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it it won't Yeah. So when you come up with the

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content, do you create an outline for yourself, or do you just go poof off

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top of your head? Well, I'm gonna say sometimes I do. Sometimes

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I do if I know that there are specific things that I wanna make sure

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I don't forget to say. Yep. Then, yeah, I

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will. So I did just look up your podcast, your first

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five podcast names, the episode

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names, and they are are you bullying yourself

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the greatness in you, kicking the perfectionist

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demon 100% authentically

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you and letting go of learned habits.

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So those are all released last July, July of

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2022. And my question to you is

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how did you come up with those names?

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I I know that all of those things were definitely on

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on my list of these are the things that I want. you know,

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the topics, basically, that that I wanna make sure,

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you know, that I'm introducing. And Usually,

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the titles, honestly, they just come to me. I love that. You know? And it's

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it'll usually be in something that I say you know, while

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I'm talking. And and so, yeah, I just kinda go

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with that and still try to or if it's something that I'm like, you

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can change it if you, you know, if you think it'll be something better. It

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was I couldn't settle on something. And so

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you know, I'll kinda be like, yeah. I don't know what to call this 1.

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Help me out. But, yeah, usually, it just it

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comes because whatever something I said or something like

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that. Yeah. That's great. So another

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question about your content is have you ever needed to

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take break from your podcast? I didn't necessarily

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need to. I did do a season, like, a break

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from season 1 to season 2. Again, at that

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point, I think I was just still trying to fully get the

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flow because it was one of those things that

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which I think it's kind of like the whole working from home or

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being an entrepreneur or whatever. it's that

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hole you gotta get past. Why does it feel like I'm talking to myself?

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Because it it very much felt like that part for a

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little while in in the 1st season last year when I when I started it.

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And it was, like, getting the the whole really

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just like, okay. Just talk. Mhmm. You know? And I

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and I think we talked about it before that, you know, finally, I'm

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like, okay. Quit worrying about the whole you

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feel like you're talking to yourself because you're not

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number 1, goofy. But from there, it's like,

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okay. Finally settling into it and like, alright. So we

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just I'll just close my eyes, and then I talk. Okay.

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And so, you know, I don't think it was so much. I needed a

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break, but I think that I didn't need to take

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that little bit of time to finally be like, okay. Are you gonna do

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this, or are you not? Yeah. Yeah. You know?

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Because, yeah, who who just wants to continually struggle through the whole

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whatever. So and then I think this time. You know, when we

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came back, I'm like, okay. I'm good now. I got it

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now. Yeah. It does take a little bit of looking at the screen and,

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like, talking to yourself. You know? It's like that stream of conscious, you

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know, and then trying to get out all of your conversation and everything.

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So that actually brings up a good point. Now do you livestream

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your podcast episodes to your group when you do it every time or just

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sometimes? Just sometimes. Okay. Just sometimes. Like,

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if it's definitely, if it's something, like I said,

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that that keeps coming up in, like, conversation or questions

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or things like that, or somebody in the group has

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asked the question. And I'm like, you know what? yeah, this would fit. This

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would be a good, you know, podcast episode. Then,

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yeah, I'll I'll do it like that. But everyone know

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And and really that's because, like I said, the ideas

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come to me randomly. So it could be 2

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o'clock in the morning. It could be 10:30 in the evening. It

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could be, you know, any of the so, yeah.

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And, again, too, knowing myself. When they come, I gotta

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do it now or I'm gonna forget. Yeah. Yeah.

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Because my mind will go down this whole, you know, shebang.

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And then I'm trying to get it all back later, and I have no

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idea what I was thinking. So you're talking about your

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content being very organic. Right? It kinda comes to you, you

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record. So how does that work with your

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your consistency flow? Because you have released an episode every week,

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except for the little time that you were on hiatus right after, I think,

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basically, the month of January, I think, right, of this year. Yeah.

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So if you are doing this organically, how do

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you, as a person, as a mom, as a, you know, businesswoman, as

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all that How do you manage to say to yourself, I have

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to, I have to be ahead because I need to give this to my producer,

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I need to make sure that it's moved on. How do you what how do

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you come up with that content if you're doing this organically? I

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think it it's easier that way because like I said, usually,

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when I haven't you know, when something comes to me or I have an idea,

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then usually, it's compounded. So it ends up

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being 3 or 4 things. So I'll just, you know, record

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them. Boom. Boom. Boom. Nice. Yeah. Batching is great,

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isn't it? I mean, it's great for you great for someone like myself.

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It's great for just you know, I mean, if you wanted to take a week

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off in the middle of the summer and you know that you've already batched a

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couple of episodes, Yeah. You're good. The I mean, the

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the the and the only thing is for me. Sometime I forget. Okay. How

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many did I do? How far ahead am I where am I at?

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or forgetting, like, where or when they're

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gonna release. because to me, I've already said

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this. And so I have to I have to remember oh,

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yeah. Yeah. That's gonna be in 2 weeks. Oh, yeah. That's gonna be

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yeah. that type of thing. Like, to the point that sometimes, I actually

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have to go back and listen when they release because I

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don't remember what I said. So that brings up

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another good topic. Do you listen to your own

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podcast every week? Okay. Great. I

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did. If not every week or, like I

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said, a lot of times, I find that the topics they

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kind of in and out back and forth because these pretty

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much the things that that I'm talking about in in

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in relation to you know, primarily your relationship with

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yourself. Yeah. I talk about other relationships

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in my coaching, but for the podcast, I

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do talk about them and how they relate to

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us, our self image, our self worth, our self

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esteem, and those things. So, you know, when these things

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keep coming up and all this and other than that, I I I try to

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be like, okay. Well, then I just talk I feel like I just talked about

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that. So I'll even go back in, you know, if

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they haven't dropped yet, then I'll go back and listen to the recordings.

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that I uploaded and, like, okay. What did what did I say? I'm just saying

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just because you don't wanna it does seem like you're saying the same thing. over

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and over and over again. Even if you are or even if it's the same

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topic, it's usually, you know, a point that maybe I hit

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it real quick and then went on to something else. So, you know, like

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you were talking about before, if I'm gone going back, sometimes it's

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okay. Let me elaborate on this right here. You know?

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Yeah. I mentioned it, but we didn't really get into it. So let me, you

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know, really get into this. I love that. Going back to listen

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to your content to actually get more content. Right? So

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coming up with even more from, you know, from old

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content. I love that. That's actually really a great tip for

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people to try to figure out what kind of content they might want to come

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up with. So Yeah. I know that we did touch upon a

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little bit, like, how you came up with your first, you know, your first couple.

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And it just they just came to you. They just kind of like something that

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wanted to talk about. Right? Yeah. Yeah. If you had

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any tips for anybody struggling with trying to come up with their first,

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say, 10 10 topics, 10 content, do you have

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any any tips for somebody that would is struggling with

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them? I would definitely say think on

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things or be open to talking about the

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things that that you're passionate about. Because especially

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if it's like just your podcast, you're not

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on camera or whatever, all people have is your voice.

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And if it's just something like and and, again, that's part of

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the reason that I don't, like, script it out because I never wanted to

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sound like I'm reading off of a piece of paper. or, like, you know,

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it's a it's a old school TV show and somebody's holding the

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flashcards, and I'm trying to read it. You know? I never wanted to sound

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like that. Right? So I would say definitely think on

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the things that that you really love to

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talk about or the things that you really like to delve

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into and explain to people. you know,

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not so much things that you practice because, again, it can get to the where

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you're blah blah blah blah. And, no, you don't wanna listen to

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that. So you know what you know, your listeners aren't gonna wanna listen to that

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either. Yeah. So, yeah, just, you know, definitely talk about things that make you

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excited or that you're passionate about yes, things that you know

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about. But, you know, I guess, in some cases, that really doesn't even matter if

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people just be talking, but, yeah, I'm terrible.

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But I I think you're you're right in that effect where

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if you are excited about it, people can hear the excitement and the people wanna

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know more, and then it's just a snowball effect. Right? because you're excited. You're

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you know it. And when you know it, it just flows so much

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easier. So -- -- does. Yeah. Yeah. Some people can can bologna around

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it. But if you know it, you don't -- Mhmm. -- do a lot of

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although I I say you don't do a lot of tripping over your words, but

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I did my first Well, not my first, but I did it. My first

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Facebook live fail the other day.

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And I just I could not get my words out to save my soul.

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But I know what I'm talking about just so -- Yeah. -- I was

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old. And that happens. That does

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happen. And I think, like, for me,

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because a lot of these things, you know, are very much

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emotional thing for me, a a spiritual thing for

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me. So I you can tell that, you

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know, I'm really when I'm really in there,

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that I'm excited about it and stuff. And because of that, again,

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always with the the thought that, okay. You can't talk for

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37 hours. You know? It's okay. What do I

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definitely wanna get in here When do I not wanna let myself

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go down the rabbit hole in, you know, and those type of things? But then

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sometimes you can't always stop it or whatever.

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And I found that, you know okay. Sometime, yeah, you might have an hour

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a half conversation or recording. Well,

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hey, that can be 2 or 3 episodes. That's true. Yep.

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Yep. Absolutely. Yeah. So, you know, looking at it like

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that, and and and again, Think about it and make sure that

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it that what you're doing really does let

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people see you. Mhmm. Because otherwise, they're

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gonna be like, yeah. I don't know.

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Especially, like, you know, if you're to be the authority on

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whatever it is that you're talking about. Then it needs to sound

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like you care. Yeah. It does. It really does. You don't want

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it to come off. I just do this some shit. Or, obviously, we're finally

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fine. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly.

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Yeah. So most of your episodes are solo. but you've had

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a couple of interview episodes. So what made

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you bring in a couple of interview episodes? Was it lack of content

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or something else? No. It wasn't lack of content. It

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was in some of you know, let's hear what somebody else has to

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say. Or, you know, get additional input from the other

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got, like the episodes I did with my husband. We were

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talking I think it was around Valentine's Day, so I think you're

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talking about love. Yeah. Yeah. I think so. That's what I

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I was trying to remember trying to remember the titles. And

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just, you know, again, I focus on relationships.

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Mhmm. And speaking on and talking a

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lot about how we handle ourselves

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that translates and it it transfers to

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every other relationship that you have in your life. Sure. Your intimate

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relationships, your your work relationships, ships, you know, your your

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relationships with your kids, your parents, all of that. It all,

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you know, it's all one thing. It all works together. Well, I mean, not

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one thing, but you get what I'm saying. And so, you know,

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with that also, I wanted to people to

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see that I'm not just blowing smoke. I'm not just

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talking at the side of my neck. You know? Yeah. I do have a significant

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other. And he's just as goofy as I am.

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Yes. But there's lots of serious conversations.

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that we had. You know? He's only took this if we were teenagers. I

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love that. I have actually too. I met my husband when I was sixteen.

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Mhmm. So yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I love that. I know. It it

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is a double edged sword with that. I know that you were not married to

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age it. You actually just got married last year. Right? You're coming up on your

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1th anniversary Yep. Next month in July. I

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like July for some reason, apparently. Love it. Congratulations.

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That's awesome. So I it is something to be said with, you know,

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having those life experiences to help you with your content, to help

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you with with what you specifically too. You know what I mean? Yeah. I

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don't know that you could be a life coach at 17.

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I'm not sure. You could be a TikTok coach at 17. You haven't even

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lived yet. I mean, how often do we tell our kids that you have no

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clue what's going on? You have not lived yet.

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Yes. It's definitely a different thing. You know, not to get off topic here,

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but definitely a different thing with my my son came home from the military, and

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he's just like, not that he's a different kid. He's not, but

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he's he's just more worldly. He knows a lot more things. He's

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more a appreciative of what he has after being in

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the military. Right? He's like, oh, yeah. You know? I hate to

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drive mom's car every day. rather than that. Right.

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Right. So yeah. So you gotta it's it's all about the

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experience. You gotta go through something. Yeah.

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At 16, 17. You know, yes, there may be not seeing

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that, you know, some haven't been through some things. I mean, we've been through some

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things even by that age. But for the most part,

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yeah, no, you're a kid, you're just a kid. Yeah,

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so Now you you record your episodes,

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and you actually, tell me your process. You know what? Tell them

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what your process or what our process is together. How do you How do you

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how do you go through step by step from from thinking about what

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you're gonna record to the very end? How do you do it? What is

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on your task list? Okay. So, yeah, what's

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on my attachments? I don't even know. Regarding your

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podcast from beginning to end. Yeah. Yeah. Okay.

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So depending on what it is, a lot of time, I'll go

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with something that has been in conversation

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or been around me, you know, the last week or so.

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If it's something that I need to nail down

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specifics that I made, you know, go check something

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out, you know, watch some videos I will

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read 2 or 3 books. Okay. Because

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it's like, okay. I know what this is, but I need to be

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able to explain it to other people. This is

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Howard. I understand it. I gotta be able to explain it. And so, you

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know, if it's something that I need to do all of that And then, usually,

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I might like I said, if there's things that I wanna make sure that I

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get in there, then I'll write them down and all of that.

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And then usually from there, okay. Cool. Everybody be

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quiet. Leave me alone. I'm about to record. Yep.

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And so I record everything in Zoom.

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Yes. Sometimes I record it with videos. Sometimes I don't.

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Because, again, I usually, my flow is I close my eyes and just

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talk. So y'all don't want a recording of me sitting there with my eyes

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closed talking.

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And then I download it, and then

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I upload it to you in your CRM. And

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then if if I need to do anything else, you'll let me know. Other than

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that, come on to the next one, or on to the next three,

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or you know, over here living my best life because my

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podcast producer and manager is freaking amazing.

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I wonder who that is.

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You're awesome too. Thank you for letting me work on your podcast. I

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appreciate it. Now look. Like, I and I tell you this

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all the time. Without you, I wouldn't it it no. It

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wouldn't even be there. Because I think what was it? because we had

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the conversation, which is when you were like, yeah. You're doing this.

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What I have the idea, like, what, 2 or 3 years before I

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actually -- Yeah. -- you know, met you, started talking

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to you and all of that. And it was just

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it Yeah. I I have the knowledge. I have the

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information. I can probably talk to anybody

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about anything even though I'm a ridiculously

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sensitive introvert. But,

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yeah, I can I can definitely talk to people and stuff, but

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Yeah, all of all of that? No.

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That is not my thing. That is not my jam. I can do

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it. I can figure it out, but it would take half of my

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life. Oh, no. And so y'all get an episode every

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6 months I love it. I love it. That's what I was talking

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about. Yeah. That's not consistent at all. No.

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So yes. My podcast has life because of Kim.

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Well, thank you. That's so sweet of you to say. So how can people

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find you where should people go looking for you? And are you

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taking on new clients? Tell me all those things. I

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am some of everywhere just because I'm sporadic

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Yep. And let me see. So I'm on Facebook. I'm on

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Instagram. Both of those are at

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Favored Coach. Favorored has a u in it, guys.

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I'm on LinkedIn kinda sorta.

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Mhmm. I'm I'm working on, you know, expanding that. But, yeah, that's

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not my my go to right now.

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thing TikTok. I'm there, but, again,

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it's not a focus right now. But, yeah, definitely

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Facebook. or Instagram. You can message me.

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Great. All those places you get your content ideas from.

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Yeah. I love it. That's that's that's pretty much it.

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I'm I'm everywhere, somewhere, sometimes.

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And any new programs or anything coming up? I did this

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side, actually, yesterday. Oh,

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this is new. Okay. Yeah. It's it's, like, literally I

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I decided to do it yesterday. because I I kept

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getting people asking me when I'm gonna do another

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workshop. Mhmm. And so right now, I'm

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kinda because I normally do them, you know, around the same time every month. Well,

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I just did one. I did it the 1st week of June, And

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so but I didn't wanna do it again the 1st week of July. That's

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the holiday. And so I'm like, I don't

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know, but then I didn't wanna wait too long. So, anyway, so

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what I decided to do was because, hey. We record

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everything. Right? So I decided that I'll just

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pay. If you want the workshops, hit me up.

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I can -- So they're evergreen now. Is that what you're

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saying? They're Evergreen. So you just created Evergreen workshops.

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Nice. Right. And so that way, you know, you don't have to

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always wait until I do another one. You

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know? Yeah. So so yeah. So like I said, I just decided to do that

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yesterday. So -- Okay. -- both my hoarder's hoard workshop

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and my to change my way workshop. You can get those. I

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decided and what I decided to do with them is The

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hoarders were a workshop, nothing too major, $17.

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It changed my way because it's it was 3 days.

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37. And if you want them both, you can get them both for 47.

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Excellent. Well, that's a discount too. Nice. I love it. Yeah. Plain

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is simple. You know? Yeah. And, again -- because

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I don't I don't I don't wanna have to make people wait. You know? Yeah.

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There you go. If you missed it okay. It's cool. You missed it. But here,

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you could you could still get it. I am doing a

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shadow work for beginners challenge next -- Okay. -- week

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in my free Facebook group. It's gonna

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be all week, every day. We're gonna do a little bit of

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something, give a little, like, a little step

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a little tidbit, a little, you know, way to implement this or whatever.

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And because I'm a little neurotic, I created like a

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hunt what was I think it ended up being a 111 pages when I got

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the got through with it. It's a journal for

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the challenge. So everybody's gonna get the PDF

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journal writing prompts and suggestions and things like

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that to go along. with the challenge to help

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them really get in there. And when does that challenge

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start? It starts the 26th, Monday.

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Okay. Monday. Okay. Yep. So if you are

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listening to this on my Facebook group, you can get in

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there right away. Tanisha's gonna give me a link to that. And

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if you're listening to this on Tuesday when the podcast

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drops, then you are going

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to via day late, but you can still get in. You can still get

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in. You can still get in. Absolutely. Absolutely. And, again, it's in my free

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Facebook group owning your season. that's what I've got going on

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right now. I still have the beta 6 week program

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for change my way. it's still in beta. I I

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haven't decided when I'm a take it out of beta yet. I already

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have really enough case studies, but

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Yeah. It's -- I just like it. I like it.

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So I'm having fun with it, and I and, you know, the

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the feedback has been great. So it's still in beta.

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So yeah. Perfect. 6 weeks, 101 still at

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the moment. What else do I have going I wanna do a

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membership. I'm gonna do a membership too. Yeah. Yeah. I

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think that's gonna be on my list very soon as well. So we'll have to

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we'll have to commit about that some more. See what we can help

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with. Yeah. So other than your own podcast, do you listen to any

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other podcasts that you can recommend right now? Oh my goodness.

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So many. The first one that pops off top of your

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head, what do you got? The first oh, man. I know the girl's name,

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but I don't know the name of her podcast. Her name is Stephanie

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Mackenzie. Okay. Can't remember the name of the

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podcast, though. Let me see if I can find it real really fast. She is

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great. She talks a lot about helping people

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come out of people pleasing and, you know,

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those types of behaviors. When you people start making you

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feel guilty, you start relaxing on your boundaries, and all of those kind of

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things. Yeah. She's really, really good. I listen

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to listen to a lot of gen x podcasts

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because they are hilarious. Mhmm. Oh,

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yeah. Oh, yeah. And we refuse to grow up. So -- Yeah. That's

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because we didn't have a childhood. Right? Exactly. So

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we're still kids at heart. We are. It's terrible.

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And then I I recently also started listening to a couple

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marketing podcasts. I listened to them.

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it's still not clicking in my brain, but, you know, we're we're we're still

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working on it. Yeah. Sometimes sometimes it takes a little bit. Absolutely. I

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am definitely one of those people where I hear something, and it needs to

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sink in. Like, it sits like top level, and then it just needs to, like,

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slowly, like, absorb.

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Yes. Exactly. Like, we remember those commercials when we were kids when they put

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a sponge and stuff and then you watch it go up. It's kinda like that.

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Definitely like that. That's how my brain works. Yep. I hear

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you. Alright. Well, thank you so much Tanisha. I really

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appreciate you spending the time to, you know, go through all of our

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hiccups at the beginning and come on And, actually, you're gonna be

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my very first guest on my podcast. So -- Hey. Hey.

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There you go. Perfect. So thank you very much. And

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I will make sure that I add all of your links to my show notes

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and all of the links to the recording after

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I do some editing on this as we had a special

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guest pop in right in the middle. Which

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is my lie. When you see it, if there's any other

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links you wanna add, please drop those right in the in the group so that

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I could add them to the show notes too. So -- Okay. Alright. Thank

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you so much. This was great. This was great. This

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