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The Jasmine Star Show

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Thank you thank you all okay so you guys check out her book on Amazon or we're all books are sold. Don't keep your day job how to turn your passion into your career and Kathy. How can they find you on online online so so first of all we actually spent the entire summer? I worked with a psychologist and I worked with my team on creating a quiz to help you figure out which one of those four things you are. It's pretty fun. It's Cathy Heller Dot Com. And I love I love taking it and I love helping people who you're that and they're like yes that's one thing how the DOT com. But then I do love hanging out on instagram. So I'm also Cathy Heller. But yeah listened to the PODCAST. It's free I mean. Jasmine is incredible. Keep doing this stuff you know I feel like people can give give you incredible strategy and you have it you know it. I think it's just about you. GotTa turn on that light switch. You know you've got to either believe in yourself or you don't won't and charge your batteries just like you charge your iphone. You know. Listen Jasmine every morning get yourself pumped up rip it open. You will get so much more done in the state of energy like that than anything else and then actually apply some of what it is that we talked about here because it's your birthright. You deserve to have that life was is meant. I'm for you ended their queen. You are so good thank you thank you thank you thank you I mean wow what am I right. I feel like I don't have any other words than just what I loved about. This interview is that every time I asked Kathy Kathy question. She went even deeper and got to the root of the question. Like I asked her how to make your mess into your message and then she immediately goes into you. Why were afraid of the mess in the first place? Oh we. She brought us to let church. She's just so grounding and I could seriously talk to her all takeaway. I hope you go and get Cathy's book. Don't keep your day job and if you loved this episode well share some love with us on social media we would I would love to connect with you at Keller and at Jasmine Star. We'd love to hear your take on the conversation and connect with you on instagram. Thank thank you and as always I appreciate you. Tuning into the Jasmine star show. I hope you have a wonderful week in. I will chat with you on a future episode. The podcast soon take..

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

09:15 min | 11 months ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Are you a tea drinker. We provide all of those just to ensure that consistency remains the queen of of your domain. Is that showing up everyday and keeping those conversations going. It doesn't make people feel like they're sold to because when you get into a launch or you really excited to do this thing and you've been silent on social media and then you show up with the machine gun approach. You know. It's like by this thing by this thing by this thing by this thing quiet. I'm in Kabo Pictures. Who Margaritas my feet in the sand? Silence launch this by this thing so real and so that because we see it happen too often and just think that actually the Kabo photos are amazing and the launch photos in capitals are amazing but you gotta fill in the blanks on the inbetween or people just feel sold. Jack is such a smart idea. Soup it as part of it you get you get photos they can use. Is your photos on their instagram. Feed or their facebook and then they're writing the copy. Is that right with our own and I want to make a very clear distinction that when people say oh. They're your photos. No Baby Boo there your or photos. I don't need photo credit. I create these photos as a way to inspire people to show up and no photo credit is needed and the captions are thinking about this as a really cool entrepreneurial got mad libs so we talk about what are things. You're most proud about your business. And then you fill in the gaps and we talk about the emotions related to that. How do you spend your holidays? It's fifteen captions where you can Opening up on the first month and say every other day I have engaging caption that is related to my business but not selling my business so we have a team of freelancers in creatives that we work with to get the photos that you see for our social log for instagram. We do photo shoots where we take like a crap ten photos at one time and then my team will upload them in. I've said it before. Used an APP called plainly so that P. L. A. N. L. Y.. Anyone wants to check it out. But there's there's just a ton of photos and then it doesn't matter what the photo is because what people are coming to my feed for is the copy. That's attached to the photo so oftentimes see on my instagram. It might be a picture of me you know. Sometimes I'm like this is just a picture. So here's whatever but most of the time. It's like a picture of a Coffee Coffee Cup and talking about motivation like they have nothing to do with each other. But you need that beautiful photography to set a certain standard for the type of brand that that you have or the type of company that you're building so such a smart idea. Well thank you. He was literally built. Like what is that. The Cold Lake the mother of innovation is a separate station excessively necessity and so I was walking my I was walking like my tribe. Hi through what it meant to do this. What it meant to plan so basically? I'm a huge advocate of what you said like batch bathroom your content so that you're not shackled at the content and the thing that we heard again and again again is that even if he had the photos of what they didn't know what to say if they would say they didn't have the photos and we also include a monthly marketing plan. This means is that like people are getting this every month. We focus is just an one micro topic like how to use instagram stories as a vehicle to talk about your business instead of. Oh like my beating. Cheerios O.. The cat got into the laundry. Those those stories are finding great but they're also our strategic ways to talk about your business as an extension of Iran in really show up for your audience in real ways we also about facebook ads. When mom's we talk about copywriting be writing when mom so were there to kind of be a solution in a community for people who do want to show up and they just want a clear path to get there seriously? I mean it's shocking to me that I didn't think of it first. So congratulations just kidding. I think that's such a smart idea in it so so helpful because I know like there's there's a ton of women who listened to this who do direct sales or multi level marketing. And they know how to do the network they know how to do the parties ladies but they really struggle with how to show up on social and social just increases your reach ten. Fold particularly for those of you who live in smaller towns so coach if someone's listening in their super down. What website should they go to check this out my social curator DOT COM and? Let's go back for a second to building building a personal brands. You did mention MLM. But I believe that the foundation of a release accessible person within a MLM structure is somebody who knows how to build a personal brand and the thing. Is that at these amazing. MLM companies will give you lots of collateral but it it empowers the company to for you to talk about the product. But why if I can buy essential oils is or haircare or a fitness shake from literally hundreds of thousands of people. Why would I choose to buy it from you? And now this is your opportunity to define who you are and do that. No like trust factor and say you know what that. Vote of the Cup of coffee when you really talked about motivation. It's just you Rachel. I WANNA buy your book. I want to talk to you so whatever it is. I'm GONNA choose you anything that that's how we need need to view this as we are the captain of our ship. How are we going to show up and connect to our tribe in a way that they feel empowered and also close affinity to who we are? You know what I'm never. You're so oh absolutely right and have never thought about it before the idea that you have you have to be able to build a personal brand to stand out within a community of people who are. We're also insane product that you're selling that's so it's not just any totally not mlm because you clearly did this when you started your wedding coordination like you knew that people were going to hire you even though other people can get the exact same resources to the florist Dj to the venues. But they said it's you. I want to work with you. And so many of us as business owners. We want to lead with what we do. We WANNA lead with our product we WANNA leave with are pretty pictures and all actuality. Let's turn it inside out so we were our hearts on the outside and our products. It's on the inside if people can get through the outside then. They're in their sold. Dang so good so much good information. I knew I was going to have fun talking to you but I really appreciate the wisdom that you are dropping on the ladies today came so welcome of so beyond checking out the website if people are not already following Jasmine Star. Tell us what's your favorite platform to hang out and wet handled so they hit you up on over there. Well I hang out on all that. Yeah but okay so Jasmine the entrepreneur really loves all platforms Jasmine. Just like the homegirl. With time based on instagram. Like that's just where I met. That's definitely where my heart's at but you can find me on all social platforms Jasmine Star. So we'll sister. Thank you so much for our chatting with us today and taking the time and bearing with us as we rescheduled ball we moved to a different state. A real no big deal I in your life was changing or just changing the world through movies and movement. I super appreciate it I am. I'm really excited to have had you on the podcast but are also one hundred percent want to hang out with you in real life. The real friends Let's do it action. You're you're in La Right. I in Newport beach but down here in southern California. You know everybody's like yeah I got you I got you but I will. I have to come within the next month because I have to get my hair done and yes I'm GONNA fly back to La because yes yes. A few people Ask Level and one of them is located in L. A. so But we will. We will be sure and somehow talk about that when we're hanging out together real life but hey a As super appreciate said it before but I super appreciate you taking the time and also I told her acknowledge the like where we started. This idea. That you were blazing this trail that you were setting this new standard for your family and what it meant to be a confidence strong Latino women and you you have totally done that tenfold. It just has taken a different form so I am so. I'm sure so. Many women are inspired by you and are getting adding to see that. If you can see it you can be it. You are showing women what they can be so thank you for your work and thank you for your heart racial. Thank you who I received that it takes. I'm one of those people who like kind of like wilt when somebody gives a compliment. But I'M GONNA stand in this because I'm standing purpose. I received this. Thank you for the gift that you are truly friend. Thank you so much for listening in on this conversation with Rachel Hollis if you want to hear more raw conversations like this one make sure are you. Subscribe to the Jasmine Star. Show to not miss a single episode better yet it would mean the world to me if you left a review. I read them all well and they help secure more amazing guests like Rachel and many others. So I will see you there in the reviews and I cannot wait to connected you. They're on social media and by emailing podcasts. At Jasmine Star Dot Com. If you have request or ideas for future episodes I look forward to seeing you on a future show and..

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

09:57 min | 11 months ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Hey there and welcome back to the Jasmine Star show where you'll hear everything from tactical business strategies to amazing interviews and pay my musings about life and how to stand in your purpose purpose but now it's time to get this podcast party started because I don't know if you've left your house at some point in the last year here. I'm sure you know the woman I had a conversation with a few months ago. Rachel Hellas is a powerhouse and in this episode which is a replay from her podcast. CAST call rise. We go deep talking about our shared background and having the data CD to dream despite what others might have told us. I think you're GonNa love this episode as much as we loved recording it so without further ado. Here's my interview on Rachel Hollis's rise podcast. Thank you so much for hanging out with me today. Jasmine I am a longtime fan. So I'm earning out a little bit that I get to talk to you. I wish you were like hanging out in real life drinking coffee or having wine or during something fun but this is pretty good too. It is pretty good and drinking coffee. So you know we're chatting and drink coffee that's two out of the five things. Okay we're starting off on a good bit So I would love it if you would tell listeners. Who maybe aren't as familiar with you? You or who are and just want to go the story again. Tell us about who you are what you do and how you got here well. My name is Jasmine Star and photographer for in business. Strategist and I happen to believe in no that I like to make wild ideas come to life so to kind of put like what it means to pursue my career in a box would be. It'd be a really wonky box. I just crea- I love creating and I love when people say can't be done because I'm there's like watch me let's just kinda create eight along the way and so how that's manifested itself is. I picked up a camera after dropping out of law school when I saw my mom had a relapse with brain cancer and realize as the enormity and beautiful -ness of life and they realized how short it was and I thought to myself I am on the wrong path in so what does it look like for me to course correct in order to have my mom's legacy intact but the best part of it is that my mom is still here with us today. That was a time in my life where it was just like a big reckoning wing and against all the odds she's arrived in against all the odds. I had taken the camera. I didn't know how to work or what to do. And I was terrible when I first started boarded up. The pictures are awful But you know after you enroll in the university. Google you've figured out figure out like you could really make things things work and three years later. I was voted one of the top ten photographers in the world. And the game is changed and I think that was the first time in my life where I realize that for for people who have the ability to dream. Things are possible so when people tell me we will jasmine. It's talking to work or the odds are stacked against me or I don't think it's possible I look at them and I just say everything is possible. How bad do you want it? I love that I love it and I have a hundred thousand questions so a MM first of all. I have heard that before I listened to your interview with Ed. My less I love so much. I love his podcast. I tell listeners about all the time But there's a great interview interview Between he and Jasmine just getting into that story in that journey for you and I loved hearing about that prompt. Like you're doing this this thing which I think I remember you saying was a pretty big deal culturally for your family that you were going to law school is that right. Oh completely I'm a first generation Latina a first generation college student first-generation Post Grad student. It was like a big thing for an immigrant family but more so it was a big thing for people from like the body. Oh to see somebody we do big things and they felt like. Am I going to let people down. That was my biggest worry. Yeah that's a lot of responsibility. I know one of our team members who has I've been with me for ever. She starred as my sister now. She works in operations. Name's Michelle Shutout She grew up in. La Her she is Latina and that is is something she's talked about. A lot is not really seeing examples of who she supposed to aspire to be like outside of the entertainment industry Who are the women that she supposed to stay in business or that she's supposed to admire so? I love that you started out doing something that you you know to to sort of pave away and now you're doing it totally like an even bigger platform than you would. If you had become a lawyer thousand percent in I believe in and to all the Latinas who are lawyers like my. Hat's off to you when you are when you are walking in your purpose people can see it and they feel like it would have been disingenuous if I was just like. This is the thing I have to do therefore I must instead. It's like people especially in the community. That is supportive and loving you. They want you to win. Nobody's sitting there wagging they're Brown. Fingers here is being like. She's not GonNa do it. No support it. They want they want us to win. But I think without a clearly identified plan in goal. We sometimes flounder. Asking in for help was like a big thing but also admitting say if if I believe in this dream and if I can get other people to support me along the way that it will be a manifestation of all of our collective desires and wishes that's awesome and tell me about the camera because this was did you buy it for yourself or did your husband buy it for you like that. I like okay okay so I okay so the thing was I left law school. I had a full ride scholarship to UCLA. Law School. And I left law school with the full. Knowing that I was going to go back I was going to reclaim my scholarships caller ships. And I just needed to be with my mom during this really difficult time in our lives and during that time my long term boyfriend of nine years proposed and we planned and wedding in three months because the doctors had said it was time to plan a funeral and the one thing I need my mom to see me is to get married and so the doctor said she wouldn't walk and the doctor doctor said she wouldn't talk and the doctor said she wouldn't be cleared to fly and as a walking miracle that she is she did all of those things and when we came back it was like I I just felt the force in the gravity of everything she fought for to be on that day and I thought to myself is that the life I want to claim going back and doing the safe path and I sat down with dinner received a letter from Ucla law school and it came on pink paper and we were living in this dive apartment in this totally ripe neighborhood of La. Hey and I opened this and it said you know this is the form you have to fill out to come back and get your place their second semester. Ucla and I thought to myself. This is the saddest. I think I've ever been in a while L.. And he asked me if you could do one thing for the rest of your life and be happy. What would it be and they said? I think I want to be a photographer. Wow he said okay you. You don't have a camera like I didn't have combined owner camera. I've never used a camera but in my mind I was like. Hey that thing I could do it and other people would hear that story and they would probably Italy's they like Oh good luck you bless your heart we're in the South Bay bless your heart. And he didn't he didn't he believed in he believed in the dream and and He had a conversation after it was Christmas Day. Two thousand five. I open this camera and I am not a crier casually joke that I'm like the Tin Man I am holding the camera. And I'm crying but two thousand five was such a hard year for me. I left law school. I mean he's still having a lot of issues with my mom. I had no money I I had just gotten married not living in a place that does driving at two thousand. Two Honda accord with an oxidized hood. And I was working part time at a church I was like I was just like hot mess mess and he said take a year just one year one year. If it doesn't work you can go back to law school. Because I had three hundred to three or wanted to go back and they said okay. Let's take this year but I did not open the camera in two thousand five because the two thousand five is not A. You're ever want to repeat my life but on January first two thousand six. I Open that box and I thought to myself this is it. We're GONNA do things with this camera and we did that. So tell me this because I also am Have a like a master's degree in Google. It is literally happened my company a hundred percent. I heard that I thought was so good. Like in an an age of this much information to remain ignorant about. Something is an active choice. There is so good there is so much information that exists this out there for free So tell me what you did. You open up that camera and you go from never having done this to your being named one of the biggest photographers in the world. Give me some of those steps from there to you. Know How do you go from the bottom to the top in our here. A who doesn't love a little today craft. Let's Okay so let's just break this down into listeners. WHO MAY NOT HAVE THE PASSION FOR GRAFFITI? It's like step number one is reverse engineer. What you want so picture where you want to be about a year and then work backwards backwards from there in so I knew that I had one year to really make or break this thing and I thought to myself in one year how would I measure whether or not I can? Actually they make this work and I thought to myself okay in one year if I could book three gigs and if I could shlep bags in intern and if I could just just take a photo of it didn't look like the worst ever to take those. I was shooting low here but when I had a clearly identified sense of success assess how I defined it and some people look at success. Isn't having a a private jet and it's not having a yacht and it's not having a home in this particular zip code. Success is how you define it if that is picking up your child every day from school then that success success have dinner with your family every.

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

09:57 min | 11 months ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Hey there and welcome back to the Jasmine Star show where you'll hear everything from tactical business strategies to amazing interviews and pay my musings about life and how to stand in your purpose purpose but now it's time to get this podcast party started because I don't know if you've left your house at some point in the last year here. I'm sure you know the woman I had a conversation with a few months ago. Rachel Hellas is a powerhouse and in this episode which is a replay from her podcast. CAST call rise. We go deep talking about our shared background and having the data CD to dream despite what others might have told us. I think you're GonNa love this episode as much as we loved recording it so without further ado. Here's my interview on Rachel Hollis's rise podcast. Thank you so much for hanging out with me today. Jasmine I am a longtime fan. So I'm earning out a little bit that I get to talk to you. I wish you were like hanging out in real life drinking coffee or having wine or during something fun but this is pretty good too. It is pretty good and drinking coffee. So you know we're chatting and drink coffee that's two out of the five things. Okay we're starting off on a good bit So I would love it if you would tell listeners. Who maybe aren't as familiar with you? You or who are and just want to go the story again. Tell us about who you are what you do and how you got here well. My name is Jasmine Star and photographer for in business. Strategist and I happen to believe in no that I like to make wild ideas come to life so to kind of put like what it means to pursue my career in a box would be. It'd be a really wonky box. I just crea- I love creating and I love when people say can't be done because I'm there's like watch me let's just kinda create eight along the way and so how that's manifested itself is. I picked up a camera after dropping out of law school when I saw my mom had a relapse with brain cancer and realize as the enormity and beautiful -ness of life and they realized how short it was and I thought to myself I am on the wrong path in so what does it look like for me to course correct in order to have my mom's legacy intact but the best part of it is that my mom is still here with us today. That was a time in my life where it was just like a big reckoning wing and against all the odds she's arrived in against all the odds. I had taken the camera. I didn't know how to work or what to do. And I was terrible when I first started boarded up. The pictures are awful But you know after you enroll in the university. Google you've figured out figure out like you could really make things things work and three years later. I was voted one of the top ten photographers in the world. And the game is changed and I think that was the first time in my life where I realize that for for people who have the ability to dream. Things are possible so when people tell me we will jasmine. It's talking to work or the odds are stacked against me or I don't think it's possible I look at them and I just say everything is possible. How bad do you want it? I love that I love it and I have a hundred thousand questions so a MM first of all. I have heard that before I listened to your interview with Ed. My less I love so much. I love his podcast. I tell listeners about all the time But there's a great interview interview Between he and Jasmine just getting into that story in that journey for you and I loved hearing about that prompt. Like you're doing this this thing which I think I remember you saying was a pretty big deal culturally for your family that you were going to law school is that right. Oh completely I'm a first generation Latina a first generation college student first-generation Post Grad student. It was like a big thing for an immigrant family but more so it was a big thing for people from like the body. Oh to see somebody we do big things and they felt like. Am I going to let people down. That was my biggest worry. Yeah that's a lot of responsibility. I know one of our team members who has I've been with me for ever. She starred as my sister now. She works in operations. Name's Michelle Shutout She grew up in. La Her she is Latina and that is is something she's talked about. A lot is not really seeing examples of who she supposed to aspire to be like outside of the entertainment industry Who are the women that she supposed to stay in business or that she's supposed to admire so? I love that you started out doing something that you you know to to sort of pave away and now you're doing it totally like an even bigger platform than you would. If you had become a lawyer thousand percent in I believe in and to all the Latinas who are lawyers like my. Hat's off to you when you are when you are walking in your purpose people can see it and they feel like it would have been disingenuous if I was just like. This is the thing I have to do therefore I must instead. It's like people especially in the community. That is supportive and loving you. They want you to win. Nobody's sitting there wagging they're Brown. Fingers here is being like. She's not GonNa do it. No support it. They want they want us to win. But I think without a clearly identified plan in goal. We sometimes flounder. Asking in for help was like a big thing but also admitting say if if I believe in this dream and if I can get other people to support me along the way that it will be a manifestation of all of our collective desires and wishes that's awesome and tell me about the camera because this was did you buy it for yourself or did your husband buy it for you like that. I like okay okay so I okay so the thing was I left law school. I had a full ride scholarship to UCLA. Law School. And I left law school with the full. Knowing that I was going to go back I was going to reclaim my scholarships caller ships. And I just needed to be with my mom during this really difficult time in our lives and during that time my long term boyfriend of nine years proposed and we planned and wedding in three months because the doctors had said it was time to plan a funeral and the one thing I need my mom to see me is to get married and so the doctor said she wouldn't walk and the doctor doctor said she wouldn't talk and the doctor said she wouldn't be cleared to fly and as a walking miracle that she is she did all of those things and when we came back it was like I I just felt the force in the gravity of everything she fought for to be on that day and I thought to myself is that the life I want to claim going back and doing the safe path and I sat down with dinner received a letter from Ucla law school and it came on pink paper and we were living in this dive apartment in this totally ripe neighborhood of La. Hey and I opened this and it said you know this is the form you have to fill out to come back and get your place their second semester. Ucla and I thought to myself. This is the saddest. I think I've ever been in a while L.. And he asked me if you could do one thing for the rest of your life and be happy. What would it be and they said? I think I want to be a photographer. Wow he said okay you. You don't have a camera like I didn't have combined owner camera. I've never used a camera but in my mind I was like. Hey that thing I could do it and other people would hear that story and they would probably Italy's they like Oh good luck you bless your heart we're in the South Bay bless your heart. And he didn't he didn't he believed in he believed in the dream and and He had a conversation after it was Christmas Day. Two thousand five. I open this camera and I am not a crier casually joke that I'm like the Tin Man I am holding the camera. And I'm crying but two thousand five was such a hard year for me. I left law school. I mean he's still having a lot of issues with my mom. I had no money I I had just gotten married not living in a place that does driving at two thousand. Two Honda accord with an oxidized hood. And I was working part time at a church I was like I was just like hot mess mess and he said take a year just one year one year. If it doesn't work you can go back to law school. Because I had three hundred to three or wanted to go back and they said okay. Let's take this year but I did not open the camera in two thousand five because the two thousand five is not A. You're ever want to repeat my life but on January first two thousand six. I Open that box and I thought to myself this is it. We're GONNA do things with this camera and we did that. So tell me this because I also am Have a like a master's degree in Google. It is literally happened my company a hundred percent. I heard that I thought was so good. Like in an an age of this much information to remain ignorant about. Something is an active choice. There is so good there is so much information that exists this out there for free So tell me what you did. You open up that camera and you go from never having done this to your being named one of the biggest photographers in the world. Give me some of those steps from there to you. Know How do you go from the bottom to the top in our here. A who doesn't love a little today craft. Let's Okay so let's just break this down into listeners. WHO MAY NOT HAVE THE PASSION FOR GRAFFITI? It's like step number one is reverse engineer. What you want so picture where you want to be about a year and then work backwards backwards from there in so I knew that I had one year to really make or break this thing and I thought to myself in one year how would I measure whether or not I can? Actually they make this work and I thought to myself okay in one year if I could book three gigs and if I could shlep bags in intern and if I could just just take a photo of it didn't look like the worst ever to take those. I was shooting low here but when I had a clearly identified sense of success assess how I defined it and some people look at success. Isn't having a a private jet and it's not having a yacht and it's not having a home in this particular zip code. Success is how you define it if that is picking up your child every day from school then that success success have dinner with your family every.

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"If anything be more of you if anything share more of your content share more of your lifestyle because it's going to attract more people in your direction street. Hey Hey welcome back to my podcast brand I am so thankful and I am humbled. You decided to welcome me into your ear buds or your speakers today. I know as a very busy business owner around the holiday season. You have a lot to do on your to do list just like me and everybody else. And it's truly truly not lost on me that you take time for the jasmine star show every week. This week's episode is another coaching session. With members of social curator my monthly social media membership for Business Owners that provides coaching resources and a community to hold you accountable. Speaking of accountability this session. I spoke with Angel. Leeann Theresa in Teheran about everything from how I built my team to whether or not you should separate your instagram accounts. If you're multi passionate it and the mistakes I've made growing my business spoiler alert. There are plenty of mistakes. I can't wait for you to be a fly on the wall in this amazing amazing conversation. So let's dive in. I'll meet you back here in a little bit. My name is Angel Scott. I am a Nashville based integrative wellness coach coach. That means is I teach women how to use strategic food and fitness to reshape their bodies and find their healthiest eleven. To what your question. My question is in growing brandon. Your Business would you say has been your top two mistakes looking back. If you could avoid them what would they be. And how would you do it. The first biggest mistake is that I just didn't give myself the permission to invest in myself and they think that now looking back every time that I have made a considerable investment in my education myself into business it paid off in dividends. And so I think when when you look and you can if somebody were to say hey angel I wanNA give you ten thousand dollars to invest in your business and if you were to take that ten thousand dollars like Oh my God. I can't believe this you should be taking ten thousand dollars from Your Business.

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"I want you to know ooh that you are not alone. We may not talk about it but we are out there and we are starting this conversation to let people know that you are not alone because for so long we both felt totally and completely alone goal. Number two is to get. The conversation started mental. Health issues can be uncomfortable to talk about but that needs to change. It is time for us to start speaking open about it and for us to start the conversations we wished we had we need to have have hard conversations. And I'm hoping you will learn some tools in this episode to be more vocal about what you're going through. As well and goal number three you can still and and you will be successful in spite of or in addition to your depression or any other mental health challenges. You are going through right now. Let's listen to the show show and I will meet you back here afterward. I know hard conversations may make you WANNA run and hide but if I did it so can you so. Are you ready. Let's do do this and so with that like I said I didn't want to do this episode alone because I wanted it to be a conversation and so I invited by good friend. Jasmine Star to come over to my house. Were sitting in my studio right now and to have a conversation about depression so jasmine thanks for coming on the show. Thank you for having me. I am happy to to be here. I know you're happy to be here but I also know you have some feelings about this episode. Feeling all the feelings or all of them. We're both a little bit nervous. We actually talked talked about it before we should have just started recording right from the beginning so right because we were talking about a lot of great things. But here's how this came about a while ago. Jasmine and I were having a conversation. Conversation around depression also anxiety and just a lot of feelings that come up and we said we should take this off line conversation version and put it online and so not too long ago I called her and I said Hey remember that conversation we had. What do you think about putting it on a podcast? So my first question to you. Jasmine is when I called you and said Let's talk about depression on my podcast. What did you think what did you feel what went through your head? Well we'll unite with no thousands of four whenever you ask me to do something it's always. Yes like when amy asks anything worse like why why why are we asking. What's this matured? And so when she's like. Hey I have a question my grand my knee jerk reaction and answer was going yes of course and all of a sudden she finished sentences and I was like. Whoa what are their? What are we talking about? And how is this GonNa look and started feeling a lot of resistance and whenever I feel resistance the thing that I always have to do is take a step back and ask myself. Why am I feeling this way? What are the stories that I'm telling pulling myself and then make a decision based on number one if it will get me closer to my purpose in number two if it will help people and regardless of how I feel about it emotionally if the answers are both affirmative in that then? I know that I have my answer regardless of how it makes me feel and then also so I had just before that conversation had read a quote by L. e. l.. I swore never to be silent. Whenever wherever humans endured suffering we must always as take sides neutrality helps the oppressor never the victim? Silence encourages the tormentor. Never the tormented and when I read that it was like a automatically knew that my silence was going to impede progress in that my silence was going to encourage people to wear a mask or talk about really difficult things in their lives and I just felt will Amien I talk about it openly. Why can't we invite other people who might be interested in the conversation to have a healthy positive positive open non stigmatized conversation about what it means to run a business to do it with other people even when the days are hard so oh good so true and so this is exactly why I wanted Jasmine on the show? I knew that she'd be really open and honest about this when thing she said well we were talking about it before I started recording as she said I have to be one hundred percent in one hundred percent honest about this topic and of course I would expect nothing less of Jasmine but I love that she made the declaration. So that's what today is about an open honest conversation so I wanted to kind of start to share with all of you that I have definitely indefinitely struggled with depression throughout most of my college years and then into starting this online business so a lot of lot of came the corporate years and then it really moved. Its way into the years that I started this business and for me. What depression has looked like? Is that there have been mornings mornings that I have not wanted to get out of bed and felt like almost like I couldn't get out of bed that the the sadness and the the black cloud that's a toy I've always explained. It has just been lingering over me and when I would tell my mom I'd say mom I feel I would confide in her a lot about this. I feel like there is as a black cloud over me but the problem that I really struggled with his. There's no reason why it should be there. I would look at my family and my home in my my I son cade in everything about our lives and think everything is so good Ivan beautiful husband and beautiful life and I am sad all the time And so I felt a lot of shame around it a lot of embarrassment around it and it really came up a lot in my first few years of starting this business business. That's where I felt it most but in start there like I said it started mostly in college. I got on meds because of it so my doctor prescribed medication for might depression and that really helped a lot but then I thought I shouldn't take medication so I got off of it. There's a stigma with it and I know Jasmine's going to talk about her story with that and I love what she talks about in terms of looking at medication and depression and so I got off and on of medication for many many years up until a few years ago. Oh and I told Jasmine that now. I don't struggle with it nearly as much of course everybody has depression here and there depending on what's happening in their life but but I don't have those moments anymore of I can't get out of bed or those moments of everything feels like despair and sadness and so I've worked on it throughout the ears but I also wanted to talk to somebody. That still has to deal with this more often than I do so I wanted. I wanted you to hear from a few different people and slow. Oh Jazzman I want. I want you to talk about your experience with depression. What I should probably start by? Just really reaffirming affirming and explaining clarifying that. Ah Everybody struggles with depression. However there is a situational depression you know? Everybody has bad days or a series of bad things that happen and there's there's clinical depression in clinical depression has to do more with the chemistry makeup of one's brain and I have to clarify. I am not a trained medical professional. I will not be giving any medical advice. All I can do is speak my truth. And if there is a kernel that resonates with you or your journey that the hope that the reason why I want to end up is that other people say I hear her identify with that and it's giving me hope in spite of maybe not having all of the answers so my guess story my journey with depression I felt like I had a really great childhood. Really Wonderful Amazing supportive parents who did their absolute best first and for a myriad of unexplainable reasons or explainable reasons. I kind of struggled my first out of depression. When I was around? Twenty five years old. I was in law school school and I think pushing it aside like my mom has brain cancer. I'm in law school. There's a lot of pressure on myself. It's okay to feel this sway and it can not pushing it off and pushing off pushing off which I think is a pattern of story in my life. I just continued to push through things instead of giving myself permission. Take a step back and really analyze going on. But I'm getting to the end getting to progress so put a little pin in that notion of taking a step back and saying what am I feeling in. Why am I feeling this way instead of just saying well? I'm going to continue pushing forward so put a pin there twenty five years old and I realized that I am So Sad I am not sleeping and wildly stressed out. I am working out like a mad woman because when my life is spinning out of control patrol though I control the things I can't control I started controlling excessively what I ate how much I exercise. How much studied and I think it manifested in like really really a deterioration of a health like my hair was falling out? I wasn't sleeping. I didn't feel like I was in like a really good head space and so I was at. Ucla law school in part of being thing is student. Is You get access to Ucla Medical Center which is pretty incredible. I meet an appointment. I walked into the doctor's office and I didn't walk in saying I had depression. I don't think I can even articulate those words just kept on saying like 'em really sad. I'm really really really sad. And when I listed all all the reasons why I was a sad which is the reasons I just listed the doctor said okay. This is indicative of something a little bit more. My suggestion would be medication in so prescribed. Prescribed medication got it filled and I have a very open relationship with my family and I talked to my dad and I kind of explained the like this is what's going on on and I think. In retrospect which is what he would probably say an admit now was that we both didn't handle the conversation the way that we should love only because maybe maybe and I don't want to put words in his mouth but maybe the conversation around depression it was a little stigmatized. Perhaps it's not something that we really spoke about specifically like in let the culture in first generation American culture coming. We're like really poor so it was this whole kind of like new navigation of what it meant in. My father and mother both express their desires that their daughter wouldn't be on medication in for me to try to do my best best coping and understanding that there were certain things that everybody goes through falling and stuff like that and we ended the conversation there in probably a few months into the medication..

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Welcome them to the Jasmine Star. Show friends this. podcast is still very new. We are just about two months old. y'All and something I. He didn't expect when I started podcasting ways how freeing it was I feel so darn free to be one hundred percent of myself one hundred percent persson the time and I really you and I are just sitting here having a conversation. It's just US having a cuppa like. Did you know that that was the thing I was actually watching the BBC and they had a show. It's like I'm just enjoying a couple like CPA cuppa and they say cup. Like a cup of tea the way that we say out here sure. So let's just pretend you and I are in an episode of a BBC show and you and I having a COUPLA. I'm using an accent to kind of get me through what I am about talk about right now because sometimes I don't really talk about stuff and one of those those things that I don't know what he's talking about is that I have suffered from depression for years and I used to be ashamed kind of embarrassed to admit this but I've come mm along way and I know it's not that kind of like dog petting book Reading Coffee Drinking. Jd Loving Life that many people see on social media and it may be hard to believe that depression can be found in one of the most seemingly happy people you know but it is. I don't get let me wrong. Bill Life is beautiful. I do love my dog. I do have a great relationship. Thank God I do live in California where it's always away sunny and I don't even own umbrella like to be honest if it rains in California I just don't go out so there's that now I also also recognize that. My life is one that I wouldn't have dared to dream of as a child. I can also recognize however that there isn't a rainbow if it doesn't rain and not everyday is filled with sunshine despite the Newport beach forecast me till you now. I'm no that this probably sounds a little bit like after school. Special like did you walk through a hallmarks card store and see like there can't be a rainbow that doesn't mean you know what I'm saying but like back at the end of the day it still Kinda true. I know for many people. The holiday season can be a really tough time. Maybe you've had a loved one that has passed and Christmas. Miss just isn't the same now or maybe there are really a lot of high expectations on you during the season or perhaps there's just a lack of sunlight in winter in that is getting you down. That is why I wanted to share with you. One of the hardest yet most necessary podcast interviews. I have ever done in this episode with my dear friend. Amy Porterfield I get real with you about depression and she gets real about her journey as well in this conversation we had on her podcast. PODCAST is called online marketing..

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Oh Brand d you love Thanksgiving as much as I do. I mean okay. Let me back up for a little bit and explain why this holiday is is unconditionally yet. Traditionally my favorite holiday of the year. So have you ever seen Norman Rockwell's famous painting of a Thanksgiving dinner there at the head of the table. Mom is serving beautifully browned Turkey while Dad is wearing a suit beaming with pride guests at the table smile and lean over gleaming white platters of colorful vegetables and gravy and that that is what I thought holiday dinner should be instead instead. Thanksgiving at my parents house has always been a series of jagged memories in my household like the time. My Dad made one tonne soup instead of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. I mean you guys who does that. who makes one hundred soup on Thanksgiving? And here's the worst part like a detail that doesn't really matter but yet has burned a hole in my eyes that year my mom went to pick and save now called big lots and she bought these gold reflective tablecloths like did you even know the gold reflective I mean just imagine like Gold Foil Table Cloths love and my dad brought a big pot of one tonne soup in served it in bowls and I was like somewhere in the past. You just need Norman. Walk real cry or Hey how about this. Another time at Thanksgiving my brother tossed pillsbury crescent rolls like they were warm little footballs halls. No instead of passing the bread basket around the table he just picked up a crescent roll and then tossed them to everybody. Yeah we're rule classy Z.. Or how my mother has served a frozen Turkey six years in a row how somebody might serve a frozen frozen Turkey one year. You Know Grace Girl Grace two years And another year of not really turning on the you all six come on silence and let's not forget the first year my husband joined my family thanksgiving. That was the year. My Dad did not wear a shirt at at the dinner table. He was shirtless. So please don't get me started on the horrors of looking at my father's chest hair as he carved the Turkey. Okay so all American family we are not and while I am tempted to list all the reasons I need to be adopted by Norman. Well well I've learned to find gratitude in the mess of it all because that's the trick. The key to finding happiness is gratitude despite the frozen and Turkey's siblings who think Tom Brady and the possibility of chest hair in mccreavy there is a lot to be thankful for. There was a time when my family couldn't afford to buy food for Thanksgiving. There was a time when we spent Thanksgiving in a hospital. While my mom recuperated from brain cancer surgery there was a time when the chair sat empty next to me and my heart longed to be loved by a person who would be willing to sit next to me in in her chair so this month I hope you make time to find beauty in everything life throws your way including crescent rolls thrown at you by a younger your brother and even accepting things as thrown your way as you grow your business on social media so I know this time of year is when everyone everyone gets reflective but I have to tell you a story to really drill down this point for any time of the year not just thanksgiving. An elderly. Elderly man sat next meet in a wheelchair and he pointed his finger in my face and he asked me. What if the only things you had tomorrow were the things you expressed thankfulness for today? I was dumbstruck. I mean what would I have tomorrow for only the things things is it being before today. I didn't express gratitude for my bed. May toothbrush water from a faucet or my pillow so I was kind of just sitting there and I quickly made a mental list of the things. I wouldn't have tomorrow because I didn't say thanks for them today. I mean things like running shoes dental floss a blender for my morning smoothie I mean let's be real shoutout to fake eyelashes. I even went as far as as being like. I really like my washing machine. I mean I don't use it all that much but I really like it. I mean I even started saying. Thank you for electricity. I realized I spare change in my car. That is a luxury. I had a phone call with died. I had the opportunity to cuddle with my dog. Listen buttercup up. Let me tell you that this list went on and on and on every day since that conversation with that gentleman I wake up in is say thanks for the decadence of life abundance end. Success don't always look like what we social media I mean let's be real real. oftentimes it simply taking a moment to realize just how blessed we are today. I hope you make a list and check it twice ace because a shout out to Santa. WHO's coming around the corner? I want you to make VAT list for everything that you are thankful for today. A friend once told told me that the secret to having it all is knowing you already do regardless of how you feel about your life or your business. There's so much to be thankful for and lots of ways to express it. So let's do this. Dang thing okay so in addition to my random list of things that I'm grateful for I WANNA take a minute to list one more person. I am so thankful for you. Yeah I mean I don't I WANNA get mushy here but I might I appreciate you being here with me. Taking a moment to expand into your purpose. And if some of you I now are starting a business and some of you I know are just simply taking in the conversations. Some of you just really like social media. Some of you are just here because were meant to cross each other's paths so regardless of how you've intercepted my path and regardless of where you are right now on the treadmill Oh shopping for Christmas gifts early. Oh my gosh you really productive people just inspire me and also intimidate me. Perhaps you're walking the dog or cooking. Samuel I'm going to ask for a favor I know it's totally silly. Maybe you might even think it's ridiculous but if you could please close your eyes days for twenty seconds and make a list of people in your life who you are thankful for. You know people who make you who you are about transformative correct for how far you come in life like I know it's silly but I would just like for you to try it now. If you're driving in your car do not close your eyes you. You know what I'm saying but when you get into your driveway put this put this on pause right maybe pull over. Pull into your driveway. When you get home before you go to bed head then bring out this podcast again? 'cause all I'm asking for is honestly I'll do you a solid. Can you give me twenty seconds. I know it's silly but just try to close your eyes and make a list. Are you ready. Twenty seconds starting.

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

12:11 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"This message so on a Saturday morning just a few weeks ago. My podcast manager asked me if you were to write a book what what would it be. Ok well actually wasn't going to get into the actual story. Because that made it sound like we were sitting by a fire we pumped advocating the actual. The actual story was. I was seated on a plane coming home from Nashville and we had an opportunity to hang out and she texted me. Hey I had this random dream that you wrote a book and I was hoping you talk about it that the actual story and as I read her text on the plane I knew you that there was a book inside of me like she said I had a dream. He wrote a book and I just nodded my head. Like yeah that book. It's it's inside me and if you're listening to this you might think it's a little weird for me to talk that way but I should probably remind you that I was home. SKULD and my mom was a hippie and she was really really creative like she was one of those moms who was like anything that you cree leat has always existed inside of you and it's your job to bring it out in the world now about half of you listening or not in your heads to be like. Yeah I totally get that and the other there have. You're like that's really weird and I'm okay with it. I am okay but I have chosen to follow suit because there were too many times in my life before I knew something was in me and it had to come out when I was nine years old. My mom asked us because being the hippie she is. She didn't use schoolbooks because we actually couldn't afford school books so she would just make up a curriculum off the top of her mind. Now I know that sounds crazy but it was also just like our life and so she asked me. What do you WANNA learn about and I said I want to everything? There is to know about Australia so my mom found me a pen pal in Australia in. I spent an entire semester learning about Australia. I studied Koalas for Science Science. I studied Sydney Opera House for Geography I studied the aboriginals for history. It was like I fell in love with this place that was in my imagination and when I told my mom. I'm going to go to Australia when my mom does. Not it inside. Yeah you are now two other people that might not sound like a big deal but when you have government assistance and we have food donated on your porch and like when you do your Christmas shopping or Easter outfit shopping. And you're doing it at a thrift store when you're looking across from your kid and your child says I'm going to go to Australia. Maybe some parents would be like. Maybe we should check a book out from the library and see how that goes but not my mom. My mom was the kind of person you said. Yes you are and when I was twenty seven years old on a ferry sailing past the Sydney Opera House I cried big fat tears. It was as as if my mom knew that the thing inside of me had to come out because that was my future. I knew that was the thing I was supposed to do. And so if you're you're listening to this right now and there's something on the inside that you know has to come out friend let it come out give yourself the ability ready to dream that one day you will be sitting on a pervert. Ferry watching the thing you dreamt about pass on by so when Christie says hey I had this dream that you wrote a book and it was kind of like Haha. I read her text and I instantly knew. Yeah there's a book inside me like like I don't know what it is but it's there and so she said like what would it be about. Nights Exeter just do it. You know like Nike Way less cool. I continued to text her the thoughts they were just pouring out of my head and I wrote whatever ever it is just do it make it break it learn from it be afraid of it. Love it stand by it get others to love it. Just just do the Dang thing. Yeah I mean I am a stream of consciousness texter I mean it. You WanNa hear this and you'd get like a litany like sixteen tags ex- trust me. It's endearing these ideas come to me now. Of course I want to state plainly. I am not writing a book right now. No this is not going to be a future. PODCASTS PITCH TO PREORDER my book. No I don't have a book deal. I am not speaking to any publishers although one day. Hey I believe the time will come but this episode is not about my text messaging ideas. It's not about Australia Lia. It is about a message I really desperately want to share with the world. Just do it. That's it you see. Every single week I speak to thousands of business owners who have amazing gifts big hearts arts and they have these wild dreams sharing those gifts with the world. I am beyond blessed to connect with you every single day. But maybe you can relate late to these business owners because I know I can. And sometimes they could be held back by their fear. They spend their days wanting wishing desperately expertly hoping that they will make a difference but yet they're unable to take action because of their fears because of doubts because of haters because of an inner inner critic. Saying who are you to want that life. Who are you to drink that big? Who are you to make an amount and I get it for a long time? I have been opened that I had struggled and battled depression for a very long time. I've gone through the highest highs and the lowest of lows. I have hit hit rock bottom more than once and there were times and getting out of bed was the hardest thing to do with the help of my friends and families and getting a lot of professional help. I you've been able to work through my darkest moments but one of the biggest lessons. I learned to overcome. This is that we are not guaranteed another year on on this earth we are not guaranteed another month another week. We're not guaranteed a single of their second and I don't know about you but that fact alone is enough to make me get out of bed every morning put on some big hoop earrings and take action. Even though my knees are shaking breaking even though my voice is wavering and even when it feels like the whole world is watching. This is why I do it. Scared I am. I am not guaranteed tomorrow and not even guaranteed the next minute and because of this I will do it scared because not doing it. Scared is robbing the universe of the thing that I have been put here to do and when you don't do the thing that you have been put here to do you are robbing others of the blessing that you are so do it scared a New Year's Eve Just a few minutes before ringing in the New Year. In two thousand and five my family stood around my mom's hospital bed and we had noisemakers and we were party hats. The doctors told my dad that it was time for my family to make funeral arrangements that my mother's brain cancer was not responding to chemotherapy any longer but we wore party hats because we continue to hope yesterday. Though I called my mom she she is. I'll say around the age of sixty five give or take ten years because my mom refuses for me to talk about her age on my podcast I give or take sixty five today and we are making plans for JD. I to go over for dinner against all odds. My mother battled cancer cancer and she won as we celebrate each year of her life. We acknowledge the ever-present reminder that life is short in two thousand five five. I dropped out of law. School in ice started my first business as I sat across my mom in her hospital bed on New Year's Eve I promised myself to live a full fool life a fearless life a reckless life an exciting life. In that moment I realized I never wanted to late in a hospital bed and wonder what if fourteen years later I am making plans with my mother for dinner and randomly blurted out over the phone. Thank you for showing me how to fight for what they wanted had to cling to hope and how to live like chemotherapy stopped working. Here's to never wondering what if if because I know you you love to do what you were called to do whether it's dog-walking photographing interior decorating or accounting. You know just like I do that when you love creating you make time you find time. You acknowledge the potential to fail. You acknowledge the potential to succeed. You find yourself drinking extra coffee as needed you cry easily you laugh easily you hustle when the odds are stacked against you you believe when others doubt you work even when you're on vacation because it isn't work when you love what you do continue creating continue standing in your strains in doing what you have been called to do. Your success is a foregone conclusion and if you simply acted it like you knew that to be true what would you do. Would you start the youtube channel. Would you hire a team. Member at a new service. Invest in your personal development development. Write a post you see. It's amazing how big we are allow ourselves to dream if we know we will be successful. So let's play pretend like let's pretend like the same way we did when we were elementary school. Let's act as if we were destined to succeed. Do the work take the first step continue running one day you'll look back and you will see how far you've come mm-hmm remembering this right. Here was the moment that changed everything friend. I hope that you are inspired today. I I hope that one day today as you're writing about Koalas in the Sydney Opera House whatever that is for you that in ten fifteen twenty twenty five five years from now that you stand in front of the thing that you know has been inside of you if you feel in your heart that you need to hear this message or you know somebody who needs to hear this message. Can you please share this with them. Because life is short and I just want to stand up and say hey. y'All let's do this because we are not guaranteed tomorrow MARLA. And what could we do. And how could we impact the world. And what changes can we make if we did it to gather if you liked this episode in your sharing on social can you please tag me at Jasmine Star. So I personally send you a DM to think you every single tag. Every single share review and rating help skipped Eh Jasmine Star. Show inside of the ear. Buds of more people just like you and I appreciate your help in my pursuit of helping entrepreneurs is i. I believe that you can do it. I believe that nothing is impossible and I believe that you are enough. The world needs what you have to share friend and and I look forward to talking to you again in the future episode yeah..

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"To me I don't know why and if I am totally off you could let me know is just yield urge to say that what you're doing is enough and what you're doing is good and what you're doing is right all right. Welcome to the Jasmine Star. Show where we talk about life business and everything. In between today's Today's episode is another coaching session. Which I absolutely love? I don't know yeah I really love talking about business. I am an introvert but the minute you talked about business I am all of a sudden like the. Wb Frog like Hello Mahane. Hello Madolyn I come out on my quiet. And then you'd give me talk about business and you put me in a box and I'll sing and dance like as Vaudeville okay so this. Coaching session is with four members of social curator. Social Decatur is my monthly membership that empowers business owners in all different industries to build a brand and marketed. On social media. You will hear from very different industries today day and I want to introduce you to who were chatting with in this session Nicole Brodie Janine and Lynette asked some very juicy questions not it just about their businesses but how I pivoted careers so things specific to how I transitioned from wedding photography to a business strategist. Also we chat about overcoming imposter syndrome. We talk about just the business of business and we get real. y'All I cannot wait for you to hear it because I know this this episode will inspire you to take action in your business today. So let's listening so my name's Nicole effort I own two. That's businesses but my main business is an ECOMMERCE. Chocolate supply company a really chocolate ingredients company and we saw supplies that I started fifteen years ago in in college for my parents living room and grew to become a whole brand that we ship all over the US and Canada and we supply both retail consumer customers and in.

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

15:45 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"If you do the work and if you go and you serve people well your success is a foregone conclusion irregardless of how impossible to think it is. Welcome to the Jasmine Star. Show where we talk about life business and everything on the inbetween. Today's episode is recording from a recent facebook facebook. Live now hold on hold on. Don't don't go swipe it away. Don't lawyer is in bank wise as girls sharing a facebook live with me. Give me a second because I have after. Be Raw and honest with you. This podcast started as an experiment. This podcast came from the deep desire to test content. And I wanted a place or space for me to get creative and I wanted to learn more about you. Yeah you the future of this. PODCAST isn't about me and it's not about my desires. I WANNA use this podcast to give you as much value share everything I know y okay. I'm going to do it to you straight and sometimes I'm just a straight shooter things come out and then I'm like oh I have released that but like I'm only speaking my truth and I'm being much yourself. I am tired of seeing people not pursue their dreams. I'm afraid of the world can look like when talented people sit in fear her and dwell in doubt. I refuse to let the excuse of. I don't know how get in the way of why you were or put on this earth and what you were supposed to create. This podcast is here to kick your booty into high gear. I want to remove Blake limp excuses and I want you to think to yourself well hot dang if that hot mess of a girl can do it. Why the heck can I yeah friends? That is what this show is about if Hutton mess can't do it so can you and I know you y'all well. No I practice what I preach. I only ask you to do what I have done for years. That has helped me grow my business. I am a huge proponent of going in life I mean sure is is ackward is just awkward as the first junior high and it is scary and you sweat profusely is Lee an unmentionable regions. But here's the thing about going live. It's powerful the ability to connect with your followers in real time. I am telling you on on social media. It's unparalleled it is an unparalleled experience now because they know how awesome it is. I go live one to two times per week on instagram and once a week on facebook every Wednesday on facebook I host a weekly installment of. Ask me anything so this is a weekly installment where or followers can submit questions in advance and then I answered those questions live and then I also answer questions from live viewers as well. So what what you're about to hear is a recent. Ask me anything but for some reason this particular installment got such a massive response that I'm sharing it now on the podcast fast. Because it's a flash fire. He may I say via like I'm just like I'm twenty one living in Brooklyn I know but I'm not maybe I should should the flash fire this. QNA gets into everything from how to overcome procrastination influence or posts for payments using instagram program. Geo Tags career business linked in I mean we go into a lot of stuff really fast highly effective so without further. Ado Let Stephen. Then we here we here. Let's dive into the questions. Carmen asked do you ever procrastinate. If so how do you get so much don John Okay. The answer is we all procrastinate. To some capacity everybody does at different points in time but I they've learned to quickly calibrate the minute that I know going out of my way to avoid something I need to do is the minute I say timeout. Because I have a comfortable lead. That procrastination is the highest form of selfishness now. I know that that's crazy in. I know it's weird to let me explain. I believe leave that. Procrastination is the highest form of selfishness. Because every minute I waste is robbing others from my greatest purpose. US every minute you waste is robbing others of your purpose. It is robbing your children. It is lobbying your partner is wrapping your community. It is robbing the people you are intended to serve every minute that I find myself wasting time. I realize that there's going to be less people who will be able to believe that the impossible is actually possible for them. My Life's purpose is to tell people whatever whatever you think is impossible is actually possible for you and your business. I don't care whatever your big crazy ridiculous idea is. I will hold space in. Say A if you do the work and it you show up and it user people well your success is a foregone conclusion irregardless of how impossible you'd do you think it is so every minute that I waste on myself. Randomly scrolling instagram randomly scrolling through the television listen randomly flipping through trashy magazine. Right like who like. Let me just be real cool. Doesn't love a good US weekly. You know what I'm saying but if you're in US weekly the every single week and doing all the other magazines like it's not serving your highest purpose and so my advice whenever you find yourself. Procrastinating don't think of yourself doc. Think of the people you're robbing your intended to serve and somebody wants head told me this particular co- and let me tell you because some of us are like I don't struggle with procrastination assignation. I don't know what you're talking about Jasmine. I'm a perfectionist. That's why I don't get stuff done. A here's a quote that I would share with you. Is that perfection is just procrastination nation in disguise. All the time that you are sitting here trying to make something perfect is just using. I'm not actually ready to put it out and I have come to know and believe that there is no such thing as perfect done is better than perfect you will. Oh not know how to make your product or service better until you take it out to market so while you're sitting here trying to do all the things to make it perfect cleese know that it doesn't doesn't exist and you're just wasting valuable time which goes back to the thing that I started this conversation with. Is that every minute I waste or you waste is robbing others others of your greatest purpose. If you're trying to make it perfect you're wasting time and not standing in all of what you do. Can I get any men or I'm out here just talking to myself okay. Rachel said magazine. Time only happens when I'm getting my hair done. I love it though exactly and Ed. Thank you Rachel for bringing that up. I don't want to give the impression that I never like. I am a robot. This is what I do all I know. Is that if I give myself time to to relax if I give myself space to do something decadent. That's not procrastination. I'm being cognizant idea to rest. I I want you to make cognizant decisions to rest love that what I don't want you to do is just randomly amble random house me like I don't know what to do. I have so much to do. I don't want to do it. I'm just GonNa take a magazine. No make time arrest be cognizant of it but anytime find procrastination. You're robbing people of what you are here to do. Josephine said I'm curious about your decision to not have any sponsors collaborations as everybody is chasing his kind of status as an influencer. Will I admire. Are you a little bit more. Just because you don't sell stuff all the time but also curious about why say no. Thank you to that source of income. Okay so Josephine and anybody else. WHO's interested? I WANNA start this conversation very specifically I do not have an issue if people are aspiring to be an influence. I do not have an issue if you create revenue streams that you're getting paid to be an influence or or to promote products. I don't have a problem with that. So many very clear. It can only talk about my experience why I do not do prepaid promotional posts. Because I believe in I'm GonNa say this over and over again I'll say Zeta Thousand Times that I believe my brand is worth more than a paid promotional post my brand now what. That is a brand a brand is somebody's perception of you of your name of Your Business. A brand is an experience so if you to instagram and once or twice is a week what am I selling you a bottle of water a pair of jeans this amazing coffee. This amazing cheese hadn't taken your gummy vitamins. Today every time I sell you something and the thought becomes issue really eating these Gumy's issue really wearing those jeans. Does she really liked that cheese. Every time you think that about me you trust me less and less and less and less. My brand is only here on this planet to make you believe in yourself. If you don't believe in me I will never be able to get you to believe in you. That is why your purpose like your vision. Gore goals is more to me than getting paid for kraft cheese. You know what I'm say. Look I WANNA be very honest with you too. I do not want to say that at some point in the future I will not get paid if a great opportunity comes ended in total alignment to the message that a preach and the things that I do cool. I'll be very one hundred andrew about it but literally. I haven't done promotional. I don't even know like maybe three or four years. No idea it's been a while but that's never do it. I just think currently piven the current state of the Internet and social media. That influencers aren't paid enough. They're not making it worth it so I wanted to be one hundred with you. The average going rate of a paid instagram post is about one and a half cents per follower. So if you have two hundred thousand followers you're GONNA be paid at somewhere around twenty two hundred dollars now. Twenty two hundred two thousand four hundred dollars two thousand dollars. That's a lot of money but it's not enough money to promote a post to two hundred thousand followers. I want to be very honest. And let you know that influencing influencing right now in the current state is not as lucrative as everybody thinks some people are making a lot of money with it but that's because their account how has become known it's anonymous for being an influencer for selling you things and people are like. Oh I go to the person 'cause I want to know what lotion cheeses and witless cheesy hairspray. She's using that's fine but but if you are just out here chasing a dollar last week I got hit up by posh mark like I don't even really know what Parsh- mark does but I always want to be one one hundred and let you know what goes on behind the curtain posh mark reached out and they said we will give you two dollars for every person who swipes up on your instagram story. Doria a I'm sorry. I think you repeat that because I thought you told me you're paying two dollars dollars too. So what happens is they. They WANNA pay for performance in ident- that they will only pay if somebody swipes up to an ad but what they're not compensating for is the exposure to people. Even those people who did not swipe up that is inequitable so influencers are getting taking advantage of by big media agencies adult. Play that game one. Because it's not fair compensation and to my brand and is worth more than a paid promotional post and number three less. We not forget that the less you trust me the less you believe that you can attain your goals. My only Liane jetted is to make you believe that you can do the thing that you had been set out to do. Okay let's go into. Oh actually go into a live question right about now all right alright. Okay Please if you have questions leave them here Alexis. Can we use content that we get from social curator to Lincoln since Linden is so different from beef looking instagram. I have to be on Linden since I'm also business to business but it's so hard to write content for Lincoln. How do you suggest we use the social curator contact for Linden Dan? I absolutely lovling Din my team and is specifically page and I work on a strategy for Lincoln. It is absolutely amazing to connect in even at your like. I'm not even sure if my feeling did you would be so surprised. How much organic reach you? Get if you're like Jasmine. I'm a photographer. Why do I need to be yelling?.

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Welcome back to another episode of Jasmine Star Show where we talk about life business and yeah I just combine the two words like life Business Louis there you go you're welcome okay and I am very excited to cover this topic today because it's all about productivity okay so I get it the word sound soul promising but at the same time makes most of us feel like we're less than as entrepreneurs we feel like we are constantly surrounded by other business owners that are planning executing and of course making time for rest with the perfect work life balance and they're doing all of that before we finished our First Cup of coffee now wall seeing other people's lives on instagram it's tempting to think that some people can just do more well others just can't but this could not be further from the truth in here's why I'm going to introduce you to my sister Bianca for those of you who don't know I am a fraternal twin. Dan and Bianca is my sister and she's just a really amazing human being like she growing up she was known as the nice twin she's the kind of person that walks into a room in immediately make everybody her best friend and I am the person who walks into the room hides in a corner sips on some wine and then casually determines when or if I'm actually going to start engaging and interacting with human beings we literally Yin Yang she is day and night and she is ex- I M Y I mean we couldn't be more different we often joked if she says she has is terrible joke that drives me crazy she's like I want to introduce you to my roommate womb w. o. m. b. womb me I'm telling you even as an adult she does this and it drives me crazy so here I am using her joke this is bianca my meat okay so as a painting this picture of Bianca she's kind she's amazing you know she is literally the kind of person who like hangs out with orphans and saves people from human trafficking oh I'm not making that up she's so rad so you could just imagine when my sister approach me and in a real conversation said I am so over well and she told me Jasmine I have so many things to do and I just feel like I look at you and you're getting stuff done I'm trying to do stuff and I'm not getting it done in the capacity I want now I don't know about you but I have felt the same as Bianca and then I created a system to help me get to I wanted to go and she was inadvertently not so inadvertently asking was can you help me figure this out because Bianca has two children she travels multiple times of months her and her husband Matthew are starting church she writes books she speaking in female prisons about the love of God like Y'all think I'm making this up mazas Dr she does she just nice like you just want to hug her so any time she asks me for a favor I will always show up for her because I really listen you're the holy twin I'm the hood twin you're just going to have to pray me into heaven so I do a lot of Nice stuff for her because I'm like one step closer to Bianca is like two steps closer God you know what I'm saying Oh my God is there like a lightning bolt that's gonna come out of the sky in strike me down for saying this e either way I said hey come over to my house and I said if you give me three hours we can map out your entire year like I don't know if I should say that again like three hours to map out her entire year now maybe you don't have three hours right now to your year okay I get it but what if I could explain how to map out your next three months in less than thirty minutes yeah now we're dog okay so a quarterly productivity map is something swear by now a quarter is made up of three months and so maybe it's because I wanted to be a pirate as a kid but a map just makes life more exciting yes I get excited to make personal business plans because we can create clear path to getting to where we WANNA go Oh and this is where all the collective pirates in church say are an Amen Y'all I can't even plan for these jokes they just come to me I help me out here was that joke funny or was it not funny should I keep my day job maybe so now I want you to get back to this idea of creating a map because I want you to be clear and I want to let you know that I'm about to share my exact process beginning with a quarter so we will pine with a quarter that's three months out of the year and then I'm GonNa talk about how I build out a month plan a week planned in day plan now in case you're driving working out.

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"I work with online coaches and teach them how to build cell and effectively run group coaching programs love it and you're so good at it thank you so my question is right now I am going to phase of my business where I am kind of expanding into the speaking world and so I know this is something where you are purpose crushing it and I was curious what are some things that you would recommend somebody have in place and just to be even more drill down do you have the specific set presentations that you have like ready to go that you would recommend somebody who's really stepping into this world and knows audio so you can roll my eyes when people say Jasmine you're crushing I was like am I I don't know I feel like you're in it and you're just like doing it and like and and okay I'm GonNa be one hundred this is one thing I'm so excited this podcast is that social media has a way of creating veneer of near that I have lovingly and cautiously and consciously built oh I love the shininess of the castle building on the inside I'm like a wretched gargoyles on the inside of the castle but I really wanted to make sure that like speaking looks and feels super shiny and cool but number one to get there it takes a lot of grit and then number two it takes the heck of a ton of humility to play the long game because I think now I can post video of me speaking but most times like still now make there's less than one hundred people in the room you know I mean yeah sure we get those big stages and that's great but like I have to like walk into the room in no hey I hope it's worth my time and sometimes it's just not and you only learn that when you're actually in it and so feel like based on what I have learned is what I'm going to be one hundred and share with you about Oh is that speaking is strategic it's not necessarily like the monetary driver in a business you can get at that point but it and I always be one hundred I get paid to speak and I get paid pretty Dang well but it's not even enough to me to consider it as like a revenue generator my business and I want to be very very very cautious because I'm looking at ways to scale and how do I scale I can scale on the back end of an event even if it's small so let's talk to actually how we get there so the speaking journey for me started speaking to six seven people for about a year and I would take one event every single month and this was just showing up at like women's clubs libraries churches like hey if you've got a group of people there I was going to be willing to show up in so what happened was one person here with another friend and I would just go into that event and to that event into that of it for years and years and years I probably didn't get paid to speak for about eight or nine years and I'm slowly building up groups from six to twelve to twenty to one hundred and then parked it in Matt like two hundred to four hundred range for years and years and years it hasn't been until the past two two years that because social media I am now able to take a videographer and showcase me speaking that has been the game changer so if I if you want to save a decade of time pay upfront to have it documented because it can scale on the back into social and they know that you're very comfortable on social so by putting out that collateral that was actually when people started re positioning how they saw me and I was like Yo I've been doing this a decade and no one ever considered it until I started putting on an instagram crazy so if you are speaking I don't care if it's too group before take videographer and start positioning 'cause it scales our efforts another thing that I learned very strongly is to have a base of four your key tenants so these are what we call it our pillars so these pillars can be modified according to the group but the or of the pillar doesn't change so for instance one of our pillars with one of my pillars personal branding eighty percent of that content will stay the same regardless who I'm speaking to but the front ten to fifteen percent and the end ten to fifteen percent will be industry specific so I am not trying to create a new presentation every time I step into a room to find out how can I go back because when I started noticing when he was creating a specific message to every single group I was never being known as an authority in one thing so now I really toned down to I want to be an authority in four main things so when somebody asked me to come and speak if it is not an alignment with one of those four things it's an easy no and so now once they have those four pillars I can now modify the front end the back end so as a result of this when you have your pillars people know exactly what they're paying for and they'll be more inclined to pay for it so what this looks like for somebody who's just starting out it looks like a loss because if you're not getting paid and you're paying videographer I know you're in like the New York area like a cheap yager for new four to five hundred dollars that's what it's going to turn out you too and the thing you have to request is an edit for facebook youtube in an ATV so like that investment likely for somebody who's inexpensive will be somewhere in the ballpark six hundred dollars and you're going to do that and you're GonNa put it on social and then what you're GonNa Start doing which is what I just did by the time this airs it will alive but it's taken me two years to create speaker real in this speaker real is just clips bite-size clips of things I want to be known for belief branding and marketing and that's what's going to be on the speaker real now I feel like I've been waiting to share this beaker real because then will come out and say I won't speak for anything less than this and it's taken me Gosh twelve years to get to that point but speaking is not a revenue generator and speaking is not the reason why somebody like wakes up and says you know what I wanted do I really Wanna fly all day stand on his stage do a meet-and-greet do a breakout session a panel and a one hour keynote four thousand dollars and get back on the plane and fly back home because here's the thing it looks really cool sexy on social oh flying to Detroit for another speaking Hashtag blast but the middle stuff stinks but why are you there to meet people to serve them well and to be really strategic ice handed the front door of any event and they meet every single person as they walk in I say let's take a picture when the walkway say please be sure to tag me because that route I'm filled with one hundred people cumulative if they posted their stories has a reach of a few thousand people now we're playing a different game so I'm not above into group of one hundred why I found ways to scale it one on one and social not just my social but there's social and then creating collateral real time to share it afterwards with the long tail of creating a speaker real using our four pillars to be known what we WANNA known for and finally me get to the point when we're known for what we want to be known for to charge a premium for what it is you know but Ryan and I just want to make sure and like because you and I we run in similar circles but I also just want to take a second to affirm what it is that you're doing because I think that if there was a what I wish was that somebody earlier in my career would have said hey you know what you're doing just go and do it I wish somebody would have said like hey your success as a public speaker is a foregone conclusion so and when you stand up you speaking you serve away that is so authentic that nobody thinks that you are cramming to put together a presentation thirty minutes before and so I want to just let you know the thing that I'm like I came from a theater background in years and years and years of you know weekly voice training so I know that it's the ninety percent happens behind the scenes and it's the ten invite me everywhere at Gen Casey Hey Jen Casey thank you thank you hi how are you doing friend how are you I'm great thank you for having me so I'm Christian and.

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Hello friend my name is Jasmine Star of photographer and business strategist from Newport Beach California and I am so happy you tuned into the show today I want to tell you a story about when I literally handed my haters an excuse to trash me like an empty bag of doritos sure and so it wasn't that long ago that I really struggled to show up online as my weird awkward self I had a hard time speaking in my authentic voice in I really wanted to share my expertise with my tribe but it was a real struggle I carried so much doubt so much doubt that I probably could have opened my own sabotage flavored ice cream shop because let's be real injuries would have nothing on me it's true I suffered from a triple scoop of half baked fears I'd freeze up like a fraud and then I would forget to say whatever was in a mind in front of a camera or trying to teach talk to other people and it was no smooth-talking for this gummy bear and in case you're wondering I'm totally GONNA run. this ice cream genre this whole episode don't get tired of it ice cream's my favorite dessert we're going to deal with it okay so when I did talk I'd spread on the peanut butter resolve constantly and asked who am I to teach I had just started being a photographer I was just shooting and I was still really new Oh who would want to learn from me it wasn't until I committed to putting my followers I when I thought about other people and I said how can be camera and I was like Oh hey this is my fifty millimeter one point six lend and guess what buttercup there's no such thing as a fifty millimeter one point six lens like this lens doesn't even exist so here I am guilty as charged a messed up the name of my own arm's like all the doubts that I had tucked away in a freezer we're suddenly running free in my head because people were saying things like jasmine ice cream until I probably out of every flavor so I crawled up on the couch for a few days and I had like a never ending stash of gummy bears because my husband Jd He hooked me up I love you kid so.

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"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Welcome to episode four of the Jasmine Star show a show where we talk about life business and turning your passion into your purpose had a blast Angie Lee is the host and she's a very sweet dear friend of mine so I love her try but specifically because they are just a bunch of hus lers let me tell you you are about to hear some like hyped up hustlers doing their Dang thing now every time I speak I like to pack my keynotes with con ten and practical tips the goal for me every time I speak is that people can walk home walk home drive home fly home it is that when people get home they actually know what to do I don't like to talk for like the feel good fuzzy's I like to talk so I have practical tips for application that will actually push your business foreword so what you're about to hear is this secret to growing on instagram which is what my keynote was about. I'm going to share that with you so let's hello listen now so I'm going to share with you today the secret to growing on Instagram and this secret is going to be dropping in just one second and the secret to going on Instagram to stop growing and Mrs they're like a skirt you around person I came here to grow I came here to be brave then that is what we're talking about many that'd be like so no get jasmine you don't get where I am you don't get my business and to that I say give me a couple seconds and let's get on the page because people might be sitting here being like why should I stop growing instagram that's GonNa look questions that's floating through your head in response would look something along the lines of we I think growing on Instagram will solve our monetization struggles we believe that quite possibly if I had more followers I would have more customers but are you converting your followers to customers this is the question that I get asked the most chasmin how do I make my followers become my clients how do I get them to buy something from me and if have the idea if you have that thought let me tell you one follower one hundred hundred thousand up to a million people are asking the same question to you not alone so the question for me that I respond to his people say how can I do that well if you don't know how to create customers instagram getting more followers isn't the answer because it thank you got a whoop did you go to church the kid that's right that's right it then we have all come to the realization that we currently have followers that aren't our customers if we can get there and say maybe she's kind of speaking the truth the question I ask that you ask yourself how do I grow my business on instagram how can I be less concerned about getting more followers and more concerned on doubling down to the people adhere to serve in my current demographic and my advice to you is to go deep not wide we must so understand who the people are and why they are following us in the first place if we don't have an intimate understanding of who they are in their pressure points we're doing it the wrong way that thing that I've come to know with old my heart is that we need to understand our followers and I am not meaning oh well she's between twenty five and forty seven she lives in the Midwest no we need to understand why they're following you and if you respond to something like only because they want to live their best life he followed me because they want to learn how to lose the last five pounds of stubborn belly fat no they leap aren't because when I ask you what their version of their best life and you sit there and flounder for a second without a clear concrete answer you don't know from a different way do you understand them a new show of who you have and not who you want we need to talk to them we need to get in every single. DM We need to respond to responses on polls we need to respond to every comment we need to stand up and make our people tone seen and heard and if you're like Jasmine I would talk about peop- nobody's talking to me nobody lose comment nobody sends.

Angie Lee five pounds one second
"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

The Jasmine Star Show

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine star" Discussed on The Jasmine Star Show

"Welcome to episode three of the Jasmine Star show today we're going to do something a little different and they have to admit I am shaking in Boots for you to hear it okay I don't really wear I'm actually not wearing boots right now actually barefoot with my toes running through the carpet but if I was wearing boots I would totally husband and my business partner in amy is like basically the beyond say of podcasting and she also happens to be one of my sweetest dearest most kindest best as friends and I am so grateful she agreed to do this we get real today from the details of how I met jd at just seventeen years old and also jd will admit his biggest pet peeve about me I hope you guys already for some straight up vulnerable ready because you guys are going to hear it all okay without further ado here is eighty porterfield interviewing me and jd well well well Jasmine and JV welcome to.

partner jd porterfield Jasmine amy seventeen years