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The following program is brought to you by your friends at podcast. One. Find out the you see onto embroi- lag lag. And I go to partake in this, hey, we have, we've I. We. Alexa play Arianna 'Grande. Okay. With Amazon music. A voice is all you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. And we podcast one presents house of Kim with Kim's, oh, Ceac Bearman joined Kim, Her husband and six children. She shares her journey to success and the positive mentality that brought her there come on in and make yourself at home. Now, here's your host, Kim Ceac Bearman. Hi, you guys welcome to house of Kim with me, Kim. Zodiac Bearman in my hot asked, husband Croix say, was baby low. Hello? We have the same intros. I feel like we have to like, okay, well, this is not the week. I don't lack enthusiasm this week. I just have a new set of boobs and I'm like, strapped down tape down can barely breathe nam, just kidding. But they definitely are sore. I've been payments for days. So if I'm breathing hard, it's not for any other reason. Other than my chest is still really tight. His doctor Hochstein who will be joining us on this podcast and a little bit had to do a lot of work on me. So anyhow, I have to take a big brethren, overstatement. I feel like it wasn't a lot of work well, like he didn't just take my implants out and replace him with smaller ones. He had to do like an internal structure and like. Hell anyways will let him it's not really painful. I've been pain meds for. I was only on the Mets for three days, and I was on Advil for two days and I haven't taken anything for for a day and a half. So anyways, I'm good and they are so cute girls and so- perky. I'm so excited to see the finished product, you know, and takes six to eight weeks for them to settle down and drop in do all that out of breath, y'all. So we're going to talk about a couple of things. We're going to have Dr hawk sign joining us exciting on the podcast. He did my mommy makeover four and a half years ago. I had a huge hernia from the twins, like massive. You could stick your whole fist through like my domino wall. It was major. I also breastfed all six of my babies which had implants prior, but I breastfed all of them. I got my first implants after had Brielle because she just deflated my cute little double DS, two floppies. So. Oh, I breastfed all the kids with those anyhow. So he did my surgery then. And of course, I mean, I was obsessed. I just went for like really big boobs. That was a look I've wanted. And now it's like, you know what? I'm forty. I'm tired. My back is a little sore. You know what I'm saying? Like, no, I know cruel time has not been that happy about it. That's not true. Just not been. I'm not against it by any means, not negative about it. So you like the big floppy titties. I thought they were fabulous. I loved them. Absolutely loved them, but I'm sure I'm gonna love these two. Oh, God girl. Well, I feel like I wasn't wasn't again. It's not my body. I don't. I don't have to walk in it everyday. She's play with it, but but obviously the majority rule is you you have to my back was hurting me, and then it just didn't. It wasn't like proportionate. I almost felt like I was hunching my back a lot, especially at the kids base. Ballgames or like the school or whatever to not really show them off the only time I would ever like stick them out when it's like Kim and Croix time, which is every day. But for forty minutes or an hour, twenty minutes, whatever. But the majority of my life is not in the bedroom with us. So anyways, they are going to. They are dis you guys. I went with these two still to be determined. No. Well, he said, basically, I mean, they don't call them the boob God for no reason. I feel like in there and say, I want to be plus and he'd say, you got it. You know, I just feel like he's like that. Good. He's that good. You per the the logistical numbers. You should be right there. So cute and feary young to be, but still to be determined. I mean, I felt like as I got older, my boobs like went from like being kind of in my throat to down by my belly, not true. And so now they're back up in my throat. You know, they're going to definitely settle. Lower anyways, I'm really excited. I can't wait to show you guys the finished product. They do call Dr hawk sign the boob God for a reason. The thing that I realized during this whole process of me wanting to redo my boobs and looking out gazillion boobs online and gazillion different boob, jobs, boob doctors, and whatever is that the thing about Dr hawk sign is he can take anybody's frame, right? We all like my boobs were farther apart than I wanted when I was younger, some people's boobs are really close together. Some are far apart, some are more narrow, so he takes whatever he's working with and gives you that kind of like gorgeous dream breasts like that you could ever dream up. You know what I mean? Like, so he, he does do internal work on people that need it. He sees he looks at everybody and we all ended up ten. We all tend to turn out similar with that. Like perky little, you know, you may not want the teardrop you guys. I like that or you might around whatever you talk to him about that. That's not mind deal. And I think that's an implant situation. Not so much surgeon, but he will give you that like cleavage perky, natural soft, give you those face tuned titties without face tune? Yes. Thank you. Dr. Hochstein and you guys? He has his own hospital. We're gonna get into all this. I'm so excited. He'll be joining us here soon. Okay. So I'm going to talk to you guys about my trip, but before he hops on the phone, and I'm also going to tell you about a really quick funny story that happened after school today k. j. will you know all about him so cage as really different with me, sometimes. Yeah, I have to tell you guys this story because it's so funny to me. So it's been a week, I guess, since my surgery, I'm just trying not to be in the car quite picks them up from school like he normally does, and we were talking to attorneys. We had all this stuff going on, and so we were on the phone and the cagey came in the bathroom, and he's like, teary-eyed and Croix was like man, like so you can't juggle or and I'm like, well, what's going on. So k. j. proceeds to tell Croix in me that he has to juggle scarfs because there's a progression, I guess in PE there there. Curriculum at this point is to learn how to juggle. Right. So there's organized activities that they do soccer and tag and all these things in dodgeball. And so they're currently on juggling and there's a progression that you have to follow to be able to go on to the higher levels. Right? So we start with scarves, you start with plastic bags, and then you go onto balls and then lemons and then couldn't juggle five scarfs for nothing, right. So cage as friends. Three of them in particular art opposing supposedly are juggling the balls and his coach. These instructor is still has him on the scarfs and you juggle these five scarves before he can juggle the balls. And he's pissed off because his three friends or drug Lynn, the balls and he's teary-eyed news crime, which just makes me just melt and so course like, you know, Caja you have to learn. It's just progression you. You basically have to learn how to juggle the five scars before you can move onto juggling the balls, the harder version person. So then Arianna walks in and she's talk. Crave butter parking space at school, which is so weird that nobody can have a parking space at our school unless you're a senior and you still have to pay for parking space for the whole year, even if you are a senior. So she has to Parker car like twenty five miles away from school and walk bizarre. But anyway, that's a whole nother story. So he's talking to Arianna and k. j. looks you guys and says, coach knows them an athlete. How many do baseball football basketball? I'm the best juggling. I can't make living off a juggling. I had to take my sweatshirt and put it over my face because I literally was about to just die laughing. And I said, I don't know, baby. I said, you know, I totally understand. I said, but it's just the task at hand and Creuset is I mean, you never know. You might be in the circuit Ciller about the circus. And then I said, well, these performers in Vegas, those dudes are loaded. I said, you want to be a sideshow romaine show performer in Vegas. You're going to be loaded buddy. I said, you might want actually take up some juggling and then he, he kind of laughed, but it was just funny like. Can't make living juggling, but he would never say that in front of crow. You guys just me? Yeah, he, he definitely said, said it under his breath little bit. Yeah. The funny thing about Cajun. I think we spoken about this prior to this and we'll touch on it Moore's as we go through life, but k. Jay has to if he can't master it within the first try. He gets so frustrated with himself and he's like, I'm done. I don't wanna do it. You can't just like mom. And I said, if I can't do it right strike. So I said, you know, there are some things in life that you're going to encounter that you have to work at. It's at is, let's be juggling five scarves. Let me see you buy. I said, I said, dude, we don't quit at nothing. I said, you know, what was the word you? You have grit grit and got sake, and it's been proven that more whether your talent, you have a ton of talent, born with talent, not smart, not smarts. They have. Proven that in industries across the board, whether you're an marine a serviceman or a doctor, or professional athlete, or a CEO or whatever we get Ross, the board grit makes you more successful if you have grit and they're saying, well, how do you teach your child grit? And they're still has yet to be any real evidence on how to do that or real quantified suggestions, but what they guys. So the definition I just looked it up since Christ fans and right is obviously small loose particles of stone are saying. Number two. I can't laugh you on my boobs courage and resolve strength of character. He displayed the true grit of the navy pilot symptoms or courage, bravery, etc. So you catch my well. So grit is the ability to see the long term goal and go for it. It's not. It's not the quick set the goal and you cheat in one day. It's the, it's the year, long goals. It's the five year, long goals. It's the ten year, long goals. It's the person's ability to see that goal. Put it in front of them and do what's necessary over a long period of time. It's it's life as a marathon versus life as a sprint into try to teach your child that what they have found though is that that if your child can understand that mistakes aren't permanent, right, like mistakes are the ability to learn for everybody, right. If you make a mistake, it's not permanent. There's a solution to that problem or there's all of this is true and sounds great. But trying to explain to a seven year old age as very smart actually cage. A totally does get it. You guys between baseball dance for Kaya filming, and so many other things going on when we need healthy fuel fast. We know exactly where to turn daily harvest. Daily harvest livers, perfectly proportioned cups of frozen organic fruits and vegetables directly to your door. All you have to do as atwater or your favorite Melchior Cup or juice. Like my kids. 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Daily dash harvest dot com. I'm going to go out here. I'm going to tell you guys a story about what else happened today with Canaan. Kaya wasn't going to tell you guys this story right now because I definitely want to talk about my tits and I know you do too. I know you want to hear all about it ladies. It's the best thing ever with the best doctor ever. But anyway, and you guys know that I do my research before I do anything like this. But anyway, let's talk about Canaan, Kaya? Okay. And the tea. So the t. literally is the letter of the day for today at school. So on Friday linkletter week. I'm sorry. So Kane. Brought home the bag and he called it's called the letter bay letter bag. Whole concept is you fill the bag with items that start with the letter of the week. So his letter was t- so he last night went around the house and he grabbed a train and Brielle. I grabbed a train tomato tool and he puts all these things in the bag. And then he goes to school today to show any guests to show them. So it's like show Intel. So it's really cool. He was really, really excited, but I last night grabbed a brand new box of tic TACs inside the bag so that when he opened today, he'd be so surprised and then he could share a tic TAC with each one of his friends at school. So I was really excited for it. And I said, hey, I got a surprise in your bag today. When you go to school, you'll be able to see. So he was really excited. I wouldn't show it to him when he got out of the car reminded him again, and he had a surprise in his bag. Let me tell you about the little shit. Kaya. That we pick them up. We pick them up. We're in the car, the car teachers, you know they, his teacher opens the car door. They hop in. I'm like, Cain, did you get your ticks tick tax juche with everybody in the class? He's like, no. In his teacher says, we'll has a tick. TACs Kane didn't have any tic TACs, and I was like, oh my God. So she took the tic TACs out of the bag. So we close the door. They buckle up and we're on the road in cages. Let me ask you, how did you get the tic TACs. And she says, well, you can see her start to play with her skirt. She's, she gets. She gets nervous clearly upset. She clearly knows that she what she has done is is bad behavior in something she shouldn't have done. She, she, she knew what she had done was was not good. And so she proceeds to tell me that she took them. I said, well, you took them out of Kane's bag. And she said, yes. And I said, well, when did you take them out? I said, when we were at the house before we went to school, did you take him out in the car on the way to school when we got to school and she's like, when we were at school and I said, so you you took them out at school. She said, Yep. And I said, well, why she said, well, so I could have them. So then I had to proceed the teller that you know you, that's, that's wrong. You know, you basically those didn't belong to you. And when you take something that doesn't belong to you, it's stealing. I said, when we steal, we impact people around us. You're affecting everybody around you and you're, you're diminishing the people's experiences that belong to. To them that was supposed to be canes experience. I said your mom's very frustrated with you because you I couldn't even talk to her because I was so upset because I was so excited about the tax. So I just was looking straight ahead at the road. So as I said, what I said, your mom is very upset because she had planned this experience for your brother to experience and you your actions completely took that experience away from Kane attended. It was what we call selfish, I said, and when we go through life, we have to understand that what whatever we're doing what are however were acting. It has an effect on the people around us and the people in contact with us. I said it. So you would want somebody that to obviously she said, no, and but I'm trying to get Kaya to understand that like it's not just about being good or bad or making like, you shouldn't do that. And then listen to dad. Sash shouldn't do that and then go do it again. I said Chi, you have to be nice to people. I said, you have to understand that that Kane didn't get to feel something because you made a bad choice. So we left it at the. So that was right. So then I text the teacher. And I say, oh my goodness, I put the tax as a prize in canes, teabag to share with the class and Kaya went and stole them out of the bag. She responds. Oh my goodness. This is all my fault. I feel so bad. Kaya shared the letter bag with the class? Not Cain. It was in her cubby, so I didn't check my list to see basically who had the tea bag k. never said a word, bless his little heart. He is so sweet and he would never rock the boat police on the tic TACs tomorrow, and I'll have came, pass them out on my God. Can please tell them so sorry, I'm like, no, it's not your fault. It's fall. She purposely took the items and put them in her cubby, and she knew it was not her bag came when all over the house last night, getting all the items with Brielle cages said the teacher's name call. Not me. It's okay. Dead next time. Next time dot, it's okay. I said, I could beat her in eat him LL. She said, Kim, he is literally the sweetest give him an extra cog for me. I'm going to give him an extra turn tomorrow. He can also eat at my desk, blah, blah, blah. So what happened is they get off, they get out of the car this morning. They go into their class. They all have Cubbies Kaya takes the show until bag out of Kane's bag puts it in her cubby. Cain just puts his bag. He pretty much controls Cain. And so instead of the teacher looking at our list, which would do that anyway, you would just look to see where the bag was and what cubby it was in. So she said, Kaya come on up and show everybody that let her bag in what you brought from home and this bitch gets up and does it. Interport weather is sitting there no regard for Kane. He's sitting there never says a word and I asked him why. And he said, well, the teacher just called Kaya not me so stands up there. She's showing the train and the tomato. What I am looking credit for all of Kane's work no regard for anything like she did it standing there so proud, but then put the tic TACs, took them out and put them in her book bag so that she can eat them when she got home, so sharing them with the class. So so the situation definitely escalated to a whole 'nother level. I had then bring her back into my office, Kaya you not only took somebody's ticked access to take his TACs to have them and be selfish. You took the whole bag. You stole his ideas and she's like, but, but like, how could you do that? Kaya? How did you just let cane sit there on the carpet, and you're showing his train his tools and his. To say Kane. I said Cain, but you gotta stand up for yourself too. I said, don't be afraid to raise your hand and say, hey, that's my bag. Those are my things you know. You know, what are you doing? You sit down Kaya and he's like, it's next time dad next no gain. No gain us want you to. Thanks. Tracy told me that like she thinks she prays every night that all the kids in the world turn out like Cain because he's just the sweetest little boy in the whole world. So I had to tell you guys that story. Okay, we're totally off subject. Let's talk about the tits. So Titi thing they naming. Okay. You guys, we fly to Miami last week Monday, we land. I go to Dr hawk signs office so that he can get a good look. I talked him on the phone the week before and he said, you know, just I've seen your pictures or whatever, but I really wanna see in person. I'm not sure what I'm going to need to do so meeting. They went to his office. I got, I've vitamins, which is really cool. You guys because it helps you heal much much faster than normal. And then Dr hawk sign, he took a look. He basically he's an artist, so he knew exactly what he needed to do and had the vitamins. I went back to my room. I think it had a little bit of a headache and I was really, really tired. We had gotten up at like four thirty in the morning. I don't know why book flights like that. You guys, but I did stupid. The next morning I go in for my surgery. I was more. Nervous this time that I was with the tummy tuck in the booths, like definitely more nervous. I was a little bit anxious a little bit nervous and uneasy. I don't know why. I don't know if it's because I've had a stroke since then or if it's because I'm getting older and like, I don't know. I just start thinking all this crazy shit. Anyways, it was real quick. He came in, he Jeremie all's good. I go in a Sesia out coal, wake up all his good. Cortex me back to the hotel room. The nurse when I was waking up from like innoc- she she changed my bra because there was a little bit of blood on or whatever. And I remember feeling like, oh my God, slow down, slow down like, don't take it off so quick because that was like, oh, I'm so you know, but nothing crazy. Like just sore. Go back to the room. We had rented a recliner, so we had to deliver to the hotel room. I stayed at the one which is like the best hotel ever. They knew and I ride. I mean, I didn't go and announce, hey, I'm getting my son tomorrow, but when I showed up, I was walking really slow and they're like, okay, you guys. I did walk four flights of stairs right after surgery to my hotel room because I refuse to get in the elevator. Let's talk about my blood thinner real quick because I know this is going to be a big question. I'm on Plavix, which is not heparin or coming in, but it's definitely a blood thinner. So I spoke to my cardiologists. I spoke with Dr Hochstein and had to kind of wean off my blood thinner for a period of time, and then immediately went back on it. It was very cool to see those two work together, discuss things via Email in really come up with a great plan that was going to keep you safe. Also. To do the surgery and keep everybody happy in. I was really pleased with with what I have the best like cardiologists, Dr. Hawkeye mandates. I don't know if it's because I'm older. I had to get an EKG last time too, so I can EKG a urinalysis CBC which is a complete blood clown, but complete blood count. Anyway, we mammogram, so he criers all these things before he even performs surgery. Yeah, pre surgery? Yeah. He doesn't play around, which is good. That's why I knew I was in good hands, so I did we not the Plavix period of time for just a few days, and then I went back on it and had no issues, obviously. So back in the hotel room in the recliner all is good. I slept really, really great. I had really good food like this restaurant you guys in Miami at ball harbor is so good. This Tien restaurant Partiat Kepala Shijo issue. I don't even care how I pronounce. It was like the best cheesecake ever. Brielle came with us so that she can run errands and pick Thrilla home. Guys, it's very, very affordable. It's like not too. So. So the next day I have to go in, obviously, see Dr Hochstein I'm scheduled to fly out that afternoon. Four forty, five. So I go, there I go to their med spa, which is amazing. And I did halo laser which I talked about you guys on my Instagram and on my Snapchat. The other day I've done other lasers in the past. I've done frac so once it was really aggressive and I didn't feel like it was like amazing. So this laser was a lot less painful that then for axel, a lot less painful and my skin looks like a baby's ask. It's still a little rough. You know, it's still a little rough like sandpaper, but my face was as red as a tomato when it was over mine and brielle's. And I think it's because she went like more aggressive, which you guys, if I'm paying for something and you're not aggressive, a rather you be aggressive. I'm not here to dig now. I wanna get book. Yeah, so she was really aggressive. She did the halo. So you can do it like three or four times a year. I'm definitely going back. I did it on my chest what I could do on my chest because I bandaged. Or whatever, but my chest in my face and my neck, I am so happy. I feel like my skin is glowing and it's not even like, I'm not even really seen the real effect. But Dr hawk signs, wife. I don't know if you guys know her name is Lisa. She's super gorgeous. She was on real housewives of Miami. She's done it. So her skin's beautiful. I saw her also at the spa, the correct skin texture, right? So in texture and discoloration discoloration, not necessarily redness if you have that, but more like sunspots and feel for readiness, stuff like that, which I suffer from retinas. So I do it laser than I do IPO. Who else has tried fab fund? If you don't already know what it is a seasonal box with full-size. Yes, you guys full-size beauty, fitness and lifestyle products. Their fall box is epic. It has products like vegan leather, Vince Komodo a Tepa or coffee press glam glow bubble masks of beauty blender, and that is just the beginning of it. You guys, they sell out super duper fast. This is a really awesome gift to give for the year. It comes four times a year every three months, which is amazing. Again, they're full-sized products like who wouldn't want that in. It's different. So you get to trial these different products for a fraction of the cost. It's thirty nine ninety nine using my coat Kim now at WWW dot fab pit. Fund dot com. 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It was just more or less like the feeling of like fake. Yeah, but it was. It was more like the bra coming off like the release of like being so nicely bandage and tight. I guess. I don't know. It was. Potentially, you know you're the only one that experienced it so I can't speak for you, but I think what potentially happened, you know is is it's a lot you know, right? Like there's laser the day after their boobs, but I'm flying back to Atlanta and I wanna go to this one of the best BAAs in the country. Right? Of course. The later the laser was was two separate things. It might have increased like body temperature have watched a four flights to those down the flights of stairs up and down the surgery, less than twenty four hours prior. Then having to see your body like that, like seeing your body cut and it's it's a lot like that breed in a little bit ammonia drank Gatorade, and I was good to go. I'll be right back anyway as he came back in and always good. He said everything looks fantastic. So I was wondering if you need to see me on Thursday because I was going to spend a night and he's like, no, everything looks great if things healing. Great, you're good to go. So back to the hotel was really resting in, you know, I'm pretty tired. He does a really good job with pain management and kind of just not being woozy but being relaxed. And so I went to sleep a little bit and I love I would, you know, it's not. Would you say it's painful or just kinda, you're just sore. It's like a really hard workout. Yeah, you're not. It's not. Painful, never you guys and we'll talk about this real quick when I did my tummy tuck in my boobs. I had a pain pump. I guess you have to stay in Miami guys for four days before you can drive home even. And then I don't know what the flying. I think flying's eight days or something like that. We're, we're ten eleven hours drive. So when I did my tummy and my boobs Croix in my executive producer, Jen more end who so sweet. They drove back together basically so that court could stay awake and and I had zero pain might tummy tuck and move job was like a breeze. My friends that have done this were like had hospital beds. They were hunched over for six weeks. It was agonizing for them. They would cry in pain. They couldn't even roll over. It was ter so I don't know. And I'm going to ask him when we talked to them here in a second is, is the technique that he does? Is it? I mean, it's gotta be, I don't know. I think he cares. He's not rushing through anything. He, no, my surgery was a lot longer than anticipated, but. But like how? How cool is that? Right? My surgery was like an hour and a half longer than he thought it was going to be excited. You a lot more work internally. He allotted time for that, like that's a doctor that cares and I'll tell you guys a lot more about how I know that he cares and how he puts the patient. I aside from just my own experiences. He's just, you know, he's just a great doctor. But anyways, I had zero pain. I just was like uncomfortable this time. It's just like uncomfortable and sore. I definitely like opening up a car door. I can't do. I'm just like sore. I just try to not do very much, but they are slow. Cute. Croix showers me. He's had to wash my hair twice. I just try to not do very much. I think that you need to be very careful like, you know, you do this procedure. It's not something that you just wanna go and jump back into the swing of things in life. You just can't. You have to have help. And so anyways, I fall asleep, it's Wednesday. We have to catch a flight and I decide I'm not taking a flight. I felt really weird. I almost fainted in the office because I just milona tick. I hadn't eaten in either. It was like in the morning, so I hadn't really eaten. Which I could afford to miss a meal, but not at that time. And I say to corral look over at him and I say, do you think we could destroy it home. And he's like, I mean, do you wanna drive home? Mike is sure. So I pick up my phone and I'm like, rent a car rent. SUV escalator something near me and hurts pops up. And so we call her Mike, hey, you know this like one eight hundred number. Hey, onion SUV right now it's eleven thirty at night in Miami and elect. Sure. It was like the it was so meant to be well for me and Brielle because to drive through the whole night. So I was like, okay, she said the cars waiting for you. It's almost to the point where crying like is this a crock shared or not like lady? Are you sure there's a car, the Miami right now at midnight that I can go pick up right now I call my assistant, Brandon, Brandon. The Escalade that I'm driving need to go drop off right now guys. I guess the key in the box. No worries. Like it always so perfect and worked out so well, I just couldn't imagine a look like an idiot, like I'm totally hunched over. You've just, I'm just tired. I don't want to take pictures with people. I don't wanna see people in the airports. I'm just like, please, please. God let them dry and he did. So we got in the car and we drove home in Corrie drove straight through. I think you you guys stopped at Wendy's or something. When we first got on the road with twenty minutes on the road, I go little snack fumee up snack, and I stopped at the gas station there and got a five hour energy and in full throttle. And we were often running y'all. I was comfy shit. I had pillows on my right pillows to my lab if it wasn't the back of my head, my legs. I mean, I was happy as could be. So I remember waking up at like nine thirty in the morning thinking, oh my God, he looks really bad. He's gonna fall asleep. I gave Brielle Benadryl and she's like, I'm afraid to take this. What if he falls asleep? I'm like bitch on valium like food. Yeah, no. But anyways, we made it home and near the sweetest has been in the world. You know, they say like you fall in love with your husband like a million times over and I did this trip. It was really cool. Like a million times over he was just so sweet so attentive. And actually I sent him a text message the other day, the baseball field. I wasn't able to go to the baseball games obviously, and I sent him a text message. In fact, I'm going to put the exact text message that I sent him so so she sent me a picture of sin is is been following Kim around since we got home very intuitive. He's very in tune with with what was under house. He knows when something has changed when something's different. So he's literally. Will not leave Kim side. He's laying by your feet when she stopped walking wherever as it is feet, it's really precious to see. So she was sending me a close picking. Picking a little ball by him, and he's looking at me. So pathetic with this ball. I mean, my recliner and he's like in the master on the carpet, looked at me like my mom, so I send crow, these pictures when I write, I fell in love with you all over again a million times this week, right? So he doesn't respond, but he ends up calling me after the game or whatever. And so the night went on and then he's in the kitchen. This is like Saturday night or something. He's in the kitchen, and he looks at me. And what did you say you're like, oh my God. You meant me. You meant the dog and I was like, are you. What what are you talking about? Said your text? I said, the one inch that she instantly knew and I thought I was texting you fall in love with the dog a million times over this week, like, oh my, yes. Yes. I mean, I know you love the dollar. I just thought you're doing. That was kind of a part of the story. But anyways, so here I am. I, I don't really go in the car very much. I haven't attended the baseball games, but everybody's calling me on biddy auto coverage been super great. You know, I'm just chill. I do sleep in this recliner which the recliner here in Georgia is so stupid that we ordered. It's like I'm five, eight, five, seven, and a half eight. I'm not that tall for a girl and it's like seven inches too short. So my legs hang off. I'm like super irritated about it. And I'm going to ask Dr hawk sign like what position is best to sleep in when I can actually like lay flat because I need to know like when I can lay flat, but, but anyways, you guys so super awesome. You know, they look so good. I think they look like cones a little bit right now because that's what they look like last time. But that's I remember when when he didn't last time I had to see a plastic surgeon here just for like a checkup because I wasn't going to fly back to Miami and she's like, you are going to love them. But they were like torpedo titties like cones. And literally I have like the nicest boobs in the world, so they were just big. So obviously look the same way this time I'm telling you guys, you can look at all the photos on his website. I'm telling you this from my heart. That if you are considering getting your boobs done, this is the only doctor I recommend. I promise you a my life support for house of Kim comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans America's premier home purchase lender. Let's talk about buying a home. It could be one of the most important purchases you'll ever make and let's be honest one of the most stressful with today's fluctuating interest rates. It can leave you with unexpected higher payments, which in turn can take a great experience and take it a very anxious one. That's why Quicken Loans created their exclusive power buying process. Here's how it works. They check your income, check, assets, check and credit. Check to give you verified approval. 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Thank you. Excited. Thanks for taking some time to chat with me and and all these people on all these questions. And let's just jump into it. Okay, guys. So for everybody listening, I kinda wrote down some questions that I have in mind, and I've also taken some questions that you guys had. So the first one is how long have you been a plastic surgeon, and what made you decide to go into this field? Plastic surgeon out for twenty three years, and it's brilliance, longtime. I decided to go into plastic surgery because it was the only field in medicine that had to do with quality of life rather than quantity. When I went to medical school, I had a completely different idea of what medicine was. I was a little bit turned off by it was all about extending life having people have longer, but none of it was really to do with the quality of the time that you have and plastic surgery was the one fielded did just that. So for me, it was very natural progression. I was very much attracted to the field. I'm glad I made the decision. I, I know in hindsight it was definitely the right one for myself. I, I am too for God's sakes. I am too. Were you taught and trained by somebody in the beginning of your career? And if so, like who, or how did you kind of learn all of kind of techniques and what you do the the personal had the greatest. Influence on me was Dr Malarde. He was a, I think, the greatest plastic surgeon that several of obviously I'm a little bit biased, but he was just a tremendous plastic surgery mind the way he thought the way he process problems was just absolutely incredible. And he was actually specializing in the face the head and neck out. It was a little bit unusual that I went to something different about. He didn't teach me so much techniques rather principles in how to think about a problem and think your way through to come up with the best diagnosis. And then once you come came up with the best diagnosis, the best treatment plant. That's really surprising. Yeah. So I would imagine you have to kind of think on your feet once you're in that operating room to because things can change in a second. Right. Well, I'll -solutely one of the things that he taught me to think about was that if things don't go the way you expect them to to always have a. Second plan where you can get around the problem to achieve the goal. Never go into a problem with only having one way out. Maybe that's my problem in life. Maybe I need to figure that out. What's funny though is that you do like nose jobs I've seen on your page and everything. Your work is just really good. Is it because you are you like an artist? I feel like you must be a true artist. I mean, I know they call you the boob God, and we're going to get into that in a second. But you have to be an artist. I feel like in order to, I mean, I don't have to have an eye for beauty, I think in in what is it tractive? What? But I feel like we all have maybe have a different idea of what's necessarily maybe attractive, but yet we all agree with your work. What do you think? Is there trends that you kinda tend to follow or not builders not, but what you said was was spot on, if you want to be able to achieve beauty, you better be able to recognize it. Right? So you have to understand the goal. That's the first step of anything. If you can't understand the goal, you will never cheat anything worthwhile. Now. Can be manipulated. Patients can have input in it and my job to understand what the idealist and it's my job to have a discussion with each individual patient to tell them what I think. And the way I would do it now. Obviously, if we are completely opposed, obviously I will not do the surgery. So there has to be an easy. Have you said no, before. I see patients every Monday and Wednesday, those are my office hours every single day. There's somebody I say no to a for a for various reasons, but there has to be meshed. There has to be at least some common ground to find with the patient as far as what I believe is beautiful. They have to reasonably agree with that for me to do the operation if they have an idea of beauty that I disagree with, how could I wouldn't be qualified to do it even if I wanted to, how would I create what they want? If I don't consider that to be an ideal right toilet, make sense, they don't get what they want. Right, and not be happy. I think women in general can be we can be a little crazy. Right, definitely we can all be a little crazy. Let's be honest. Was there. But I definitely. Could see people coming in and it's just like, you know what? This just isn't going to jive. It's just not going to work. I mean at this point I mean, you can. That's good that he recognizes that and it's important. In my opinion to, you know, to to, per se, pick and choose because it's a reflection of you. It's a reflection of them. It's gonna make everybody unhappy if you move over something, just, you know, this field is so competitive everybody. When I announced that I wanted to go smaller, the world went bananas. You guys like my emails, you know, I'll do your boobs. All it was like, wait. I didn't say I was going. I was going to the same guy that did my boobs last time that that's not an option. The option was a Sierra de folks, and it was so insane how many people wanted, obviously to do the job, I guess, per se. But I would have to be honest, I would look in bed at night at websites of of these people. Click these links, and I noticed one thing and maybe this is why I always believe everything happens for a reason. And maybe this is why this all happened to begin with, but. Ninety nine percent of the people that I've looked at or whatever in the past, just take an implant and stick them in the body where like my boobs were far apart. So they were always far apart that I hated that about my boobs most of my life. The only time that they weren't that bar part was when I was breastfeeding and they were just gigantic. So you were able to give me like the chest of my dreams. And this is probably why you're called the boob God, but the chest of my dreams where they were just the ideal boobs. Whereas everybody else I felt and not everybody else. I'm sure there's other people that do a great job as well, but I want the best they stick the implant, and so you go in with your boobs just as far apart or one nipple going one way or whatever the case may be is, is it technique? Is it? I mean, what? Why are you called the boob? God? How about how about we start there? Absolutely sexy. Because if you take someone's. An enemy and you say, I'm going to enlarge it. That's not good enough. You have to learn how to overcome some aspects of that Manabe. There's some, I can't overcome I, but I want to be able to overcome things that other people can or can't even think about or even look at. So I can reshape abreast to give it the ideal in. Will you said about cleavages important? The way I do all of my servers wanna come suppressed is I set the cleavage I and I work out from there. That's that's interesting. That's good. That's his Dacian the cleavages foundation, and you guys can head over to his his website. I'll give you guys that here in a second and look at gazillion pictures. We all love to do it. So you guys can definitely do that. So also you guys, I wanted to talk to you about the fact that I breastfed with my implants. This question all the time, Dr hawk sign, is it okay for people to breastfeed? Is that what I did all six of mine implant? Well, I'm sorry, mine after after Brielle she deflated my boobs. That were so cute to like pancake boobs. So I got implants, and then I got implants back in Connecticut when I was very young, that's what my boobs are still far apart, and they were like just blown up far apart kind of nipples facing downward boobs. But I breastfed with all the kids with that. So can people breastfeed. I mean, absolutely completely safe. This has been something that's been very well studied silicone. Even if you had a leaking implant could not get into adopted just large molecule to be absorbed. So you are always safe in breastfeeding child with you have implants or not. Blinds galore is turning twenty this year and they want to celebrate by giving you guys fifty percent. Off everything. Yes. 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I've already kind of talked to this talk to you guys about this, but I had very little pain for years ago in this surgery is well, it was on pain medicine. I think for like two and a half days and I took Advil and I've been on nothing for the last two days. So basically pretty pain free just a little sore. Is that technique how I really need to know this answer about my tummy tuck with you because I've had five friends prior to me have tummy tucks here in Georgia, and they had hospital beds bent over for six weeks it they would cry. It was horrific. What I witness. So I kind of appeared myself for like just. That and it was completely different. M my tummy looks better, but that's beside the point, is it? What is it that I know I had a pain pump, I think, for a few days, but is that the tummy tuck obviously is a lot of work you're in doing muscles work and all this other stuff, but what what would cause somebody so much pain or what would make my experience way more enjoyable than five? Literally five of my friends because said maybe the way that they do things now is different because my friend was twelve years ago, we figured twelve years ago. Well, it would have been twelve years from the time that you got yours. No, so, oh, yeah, it would have been. I said, at tummy tucks tummy tuck, we still have the scar on the whole chin shebang. But is that technique or what is it or paint? I don't think it's paint tolerance because my girlfriend's pretty tough. Well, I, I have to disagree with you. I think part of it is paint tolerance, but part of it's the paint, the paint up in a tummy tucks crucial and twelve years ago. Maybe whoever did her operation, was it using it? So I believe it sets the tone for the rest of the recovery. I inject anesthetic directly into the muscle during the surgery in then I put the paint bump in, and I find that to be the single greatest factor in how my patients recover from the surgery. I don't think it's anything different that I do in a tummy tuck without a paint pump as a reasonably painful operation. I found that after I started using paying up, I've been doing not for I'd say over ten years, the recovery is different. It's like heaven. I drove home. I like Laura half, I think four, four and a half days later. How long do people have to stay if they come to you for mommy makeover? How long are they in Miami before they can fly? If they're flying. I need them to stay in Miami for. A week if they're driving, of course they don't. They could drive soon as they feel up to it because when you're driving, you can stop every thirty forty minutes. Walk around the car, keep a circulation going plane. You don't really have that luxury. So although I allow patients to leave after week, they're constantly doing Catholics sizes while they're on the plane. I have them go up down the cabin once or twice during a flight as well. I wonder. Do you think too though I feel like there's different. Obviously, every surgeon is different. The way they approach the patient where they, you know. Techniques, could you say a surgeon would have a heavy hand and a light hand, maybe a heavy hand would cause more trauma to the body versus a lighter hand or a more caring hand that you can. More of like a more of a master of your craft versus just kind of going in and being rough and tough and just getting Dover say abs-. Absolutely. I mean, I see it all it all the time. I see patients that have breast augmentation that talks that are bruised all over a breast augmentation. There's never Bruce. I do tummy tuck. There's never a Bruce and dic- other people who do have that in just a, I gotta believe it's just not being as gentle as careful with the tissues. You have to be meticulous do the operation. You can't let patients have bleeding. You can't be rough. Everything has to be done very gently. The tissues that you're preserving have to be careful because they have to live in that make good scar. My first job when I was nineteen years old was the most painful thing to date that I've ever experienced in my entire life for about six weeks. I remember sitting in the car, my mom went into get my medicine that he was on because this was in Connecticut was so hot. They were like it was like on ninety. I was sweating. I couldn't even leave lean forward. I cried and credit card. My mom called the doctor like this can't be normal for her to be in this much pain. She's like my top one. You know it was hell like literally hell. So I guess it is techniques and I don't even know why that didn't occur to me because I probably blocked it out because it was so traumatizing, unfortunately, you're not gonna know what heck's going on in that room. You know? So well, they say, I just talked it up, expanding the muscle or some BS you know, maybe like they had to expand the muscle. And then I don't even think the implant was under the muscle. The whole thing that is stuck it. I don't know regardless it was traumatizing and thank God. I didn't have that. So how did you become known as the boob, God kind of where did this come from. It. It was a at a news report. I think it was Fox News. Somebody was doing a story about me. This is such a long time ago and they said that I was referred to Miami is the boob on the kind of stuck from there. So now that seems to be mytalk what I said. Yeah, I'm going to Miami to my neighbors and friends. I said, yeah, I'm going to see the God this all the time. Oh, doctor Hochstein we would laugh like, okay, I guess it's like really everybody knows you as that. So a lot of bad nickname. No. I'm not complaining. Go ahead. Cry. You can. Yeah, no. So I mean, we definitely been talking a lot about your approach and things like that, and we, you know, I'm just amazed at again, Kim's recovery's this being the second one with you. And I feel like from from an outsider, looking in that you have really taken a patient, I approach to your business. To be where you are today into built such an impressive patient performing. You've done some of the biggest names in history as far as models and playmates and things like that. And I don't feel like you would be in that place. If if you hadn't taken a patient, I approach the building that you work out of you. You built that on your own. I think remember you telling me you built that on your own and you own that whole thing. Yeah, yes, that's right. Assist. Amazing. It's also like a true certified hospital. You could take trauma there if you needed to write, or if say, the city of Miami hospitals were full, they could send somebody to you and you could handle them. They're not exactly we'll win, be whipped to do a trauma case. However, it is a true ambulatory surgery center. Most plastic surgeons do what's called office space surgery where they take regular and sorts bring, which is legal, perfectly legal. But I want filled the safest place to have plastic surgery. So because it's private, there's nothing else being done other than my cases. So I can ensure the sterility and it is Nabet joy, service center. You get all the safety all the benefit with the hospital without all the infection risk, right? No. I mean, that's insane. That's so cool. That's so cool. But really, I mean, you guys, it's first of all you can see it from the highway, which is really cool way out of. But so I know people have had plastic surgery, you guys, and so you go in and then you, you walk and you go into this office and you have your surgery. This is like true blue hospital setting. It's like a hospital. You literally go through like hospital doors. It's a true blue like hospital setting which I mean people are working out of strip malls, and I really can't stress enough to you guys that that is just not safe nor smart, and you're not going get result money. Like, you know, at the end of the day, people have died over over choosing, you know, doctors that are not qualified. You guys have to do your research being board. Certified is is huge as well. No, I just think again, it's just a, it's an amazing example as we speak to our listeners a lot about investing in yourself in putting time into yourself and putting energy back into yourself, and it's a perfect example of of how you. You know you, you spent the time you built your business, you really cared about the patients. You made sure that they were safe. You know that they had a great experience, highest of always their safety and, and you know, it's just it's all. You know, it's built the amazing life that you have for you and your family. It's just really cool to see, but that wouldn't have happened. I don't think had you not reinvested into yourself and really put the time back in yourself. I think a lot of guys the or I shouldn't say guys surgeons or plastic surgeons in the industry are just kind of maybe in it for for the buck or. Yeah. Wrong, but I for you. You're not wrong. I see just a very. Very, very cool thing. You've got going on there. Thank you. Thank you. I, I will be disappointed to hear that, but it has always been my goal to do the best job in the safest environment possible. And that's exact- why built the center is for safety? I could've continued to do office space surgery, certainly fine. But I wanted to guaranteed that I did everything I could to ensure the best environment for my patients app surgery. Yeah, that's pretty incredible. Yeah. So cool. Pluto, TV is a leading free streaming television service watch over one hundred TV channels and thousands of movies, on demand all completely free. Pluto. TV never asks for a credit card. You don't even need to sign up to watch free Puto TV as easy and completely legal way to watch your favorite TV show and hit movies for free. What are you waiting for? Never pay for TV again by downloading Pluto, TV. You can down the poodle TV for free on all of your favorite devices, including your phone, Roku. Amazon, fire TV, Amazon TV, smart TVs, PlayStation in anywhere else, used. Team. I know women we look online, right? That's how we start. We look online at pictures. We Google best. Tommy Tucker, you know, best boob doctor in the world, and we do all these kind of these kind of things. And you know, I can't stress enough either to to you guys that are listening that it's one thing you know, you see photos great, especially now with face tune and all this other stuff. That's pretty scary is that I've had Photoshop face tune, you know they do that to their photos. Sure. Also meeting with the surgeon, like having to say no to people, sometimes you just don't jive. I feel like I feel like it'd be pretty hard to not jive with you. You're just you see it. Yeah, you're pretty easy going. You see what you see. It's pretty quick in and out the door basically. Looking online at the photos is one thing, but you have to go much deeper. It's worth taking the trip to meet the surgeon have the conversation or or you do calls and FaceTime because when I I did my tummy tuck. We talked on the phone, I guess four years ago for that are that are out of out of state so that you guys can go about it that way. Every time I met your office, you have like twenty people in the waiting room. Is there a huge waiting list for new patient. You would have to talk to a man that she does all the scheduling. Hi, I, I just know that I come to work and I see my schedule and obviously I see my fish preoperly, but I actually don't know how the schedule is run. I really don't. Well, that's good though, because that means you're very, very focused on on the patient that's in front of you. Well, if Amanda, by the way ever leaves you, it's because I stole her because she is so helpful response to all my emails calms my nerves answer my crazy questions that I have and like random thoughts at eleven o'clock at night show respond and she just really puts me and I'm sure everyone else at ease before the procedure because we're all nervous regardless. It's nerve racking a little bit. We're all nervous. She's fantastic. By the way, Dr. Do you know how many augmentation that you've done, breast augmentation? Do you have a number? At this point, it's got to be close to twenty seven thousand. Oh my God. Really sure I do a little over fifteen hundred every year. Wow. Oh my congratulations for you, man. Thanks. I heard. I don't even know how I heard this, but you are doing like a patient like ten PM or something recently like last week or something like that. I haven't had to do that in a while. I try when I was younger, I was okay doing that. I prefer not to work that late now, sometimes schedules. I mean, you know, you don't think about surgeries. It can be unpredictable, and I will never finish in operation until I'm one hundred percent satisfied that I've done the best job I possibly possibly can. And sometimes that means that an operational take a little bit longer than another one. There certainly have been a couple of times where some operation sick a little bit longer dissipate nine that working a little bit later in. That's perfectly fine. That's what I was saying in my prior to that it took a little bit longer and that's really cool that you took that extra hour, whatever hour and a half to make it perfect because they're definitely perfect. Thank you. Okay. You guys, if you guys are coming from out of town, you can get, you know what I did. I did my blood work here. I got my prescriptions filled here. I'm trying to answer everybody's questions here. You are. I arrived the day before surgery. Can do basically all of the work from your hometown. You know, like I explained you guys, I had to do the cagey does everybody have to do EKG years with us? Old women, Florida law says that anybody over the age of forty has to have any aging. Well, I guess I'm forty. You have done a lot of work with the make foundation. Tell me what made you choose this foundation and how you give back? Well, it's really my wife. We both love animals. We love children, and so it isn't just make a wish. We also contribute to humane society, and we would have fundraisers out of home, our annual Halloween party looming parties, huge. I need to come to get an invite every year and I've not been able to make it, but I really need to make their. And so over the years we managed to raise over quarter million dollars for the make a wish and the humane society. That's fantastic. Always read the complex. Throwing your office pays attention to all the weirdest things like like, look at, like all the hot chicks on the walls. Instead he's reading make a wish foundation. He's like, oh my God. This is really cool. Cam, making me better. Okay. Do you have a time in mind that you would like to retire? And do you hope that your beautiful son Logan would take over someday? I don't really have any timeframe from retirement. I really love what I do. Retirement is not even something I remotely think about is far as Logan. I, I really just want him to find what he enjoys. The fact is because I'm sold one. I had them, I likely will be retired by the time. He's the age where he makes at the sessions or there's not really going to be any major. I guess transition for him. So I just want him to pick what he wants. Hopefully whatever he decides he wants to be, he'll be as happy doing it as I am doing what I do right we. That's really cool. I liked that that mindset I get asked that quick about, you know how to make your sons play football and this and that. And I just said, you know, it's it's up to first of all. He won't let him play football. Let's just be clear. That's a whole nother story, but he wouldn't allow that to happen. Don't disagree. I don't think that. Lobi volleyball. Right? Yeah. But we've, we've really speak to our listeners a lot about, do you gotta find what it is that you love and chase that passion versus just doing a job for the money or whatever, just because you're not gonna find true success, true happiness, true growth. If you're not doing what you love. In the money will come. The money will come do what you love. It'll all work out in the end. It really does. It's joy -able when I sat down to do this first podcast, I was with podcast one for two years podcast on the table, and I had so many things going on, and I finally sat down and started the podcast. I don't know now it's been twelve thirteen episodes. And when I sat down, I was two minutes in and I just, I felt like this huge just wave of energy over my body like this is so cool. I'm doing exactly what I'm supposed to be doing and we made it number one in the world out of all podcasts. It was every week we do so well every week, but I know that this is what I'm supposed to be doing. I've spent so much time just kind of researching on how to spirituality and how to have the best life and live the best life and find the perfect boobs. Everything applies. You know, at the end of the day, like I want the perfect surgeon and you came into my life for years ago, and but I feel like you know, I ask for what I want, and I believe that I'll get it and I receive and something to me a serious boobs in my body. Body. That's your primary I met you. I looked at him. Yeah, you wanna put yourself in good hands, but anyways, any other questions, my love that you have. No. Any any crazy funny stories that you can without hospital in the is so I love stories. I, I think it's so interesting what people experience and then. Know which which is like, that's pretty cool. I mean, do you tell people know or do you have somebody else tell them? No. Wow. It, it's, it's usually me because ultimately it's my decision and I have to not only make decision, but I have to explain myself, right, and sometimes I don't feel I'm qualified to do the operation. Sometimes I feel the patient's goals of the surgery are not really realistic with what's likely to happen, and I would never want to do an operation where somebody had an expectation that I knew I would be able to meet and sometimes and this very, very rare, very rare. I feel like a patient is not emotionally stable enough to have an operation could be. There's a lot of turmoil in their life. It could be one of several things going on that, but you have to be mentally ready enter paired to have an operation. Right. Definitely understand that and could see where if you're not in most, some people think plastic surgery. Is going to change your life, give you the best life ever. It's not. It's really for me. I did it for me. You know, I breastfed all these babies. I had six children, blah, blah, blah. I wanted to feel better had that hernia that you fix. I, I just I wanted to feel better for me. I didn't. I loved me before the tummy tuck in my boobs basically. So it's not. It's just enhanced my life. Plastic surgery is not the answer that's going. You have to be whole. I feel like in your heart especially to have a procedure, otherwise you're never going to be happy. And I guess that's a question I have for you is there are people that just constantly are doing things to enhance themselves, but it's never enough like they just continued to go and go and go. And you see somebody that's had copious surgeries. Is it not a red flag to you to say, you know, like I don't even know if I could make this girl happy like or or whatever, or a huge Clegg. Huge. And, and by the way multiple operations make it harder to. The ideal result because they knew got other factors coming into play blood supply scar tissue, you're not able to do the things you could safely do on virginal territory, so it makes a tremendous difference. Right? Right. It's definitely important to go to the right person the first time so that you're not having to correct in in fix. Absolutely. The first time is always the best time to get the best result. Right. You're again, you're investing in yourself, do your homework? I've already told you guys in my thoughts. So on. It's the icing on the cake. If the cakes up right in the foundation of whatever it is that you're using his mess, no matter how much ICU put on it. It's still going to be messed up. We'll does absolutely true. Of course you have to have the right foundation, and that's where consultations come into place who you have to understand what the goals are. You have to understand what is achievable in. You have to make sure that you in the patient on the same page as far as what the planets with my tummy tuck you guys in my boobs. My, let's not even they were just forget. They were way south, but my belly I I was the same size a little small. You tightened up my sides and gave me that, you know, little six pack look or whatever that I love so much, but I. By weight didn't change. You know, people always say, well, she's had a tummy tuck. Well, she's had a tummy tuck. Yes, at tummy tucks. Tighten up all of my skin. I had the hernia tightened up my muscles, but it didn't make me skinny. Like people just seem to think that I went in there. You know, in you just made me skinny and it's like, no, it's not really how it is. I mean, obviously a lot of my body explain to people is genetics. My mom's very tiny, but you know, I didn't go in there and come out skinny. That's not the answer. That's absolutely not true. You have to do your art as a surgeon. My part is relatively limited in if you don't do the things necessary to create the ideal actor even before care, it's not going to be the best result. No two patients are going to have a similar experience. You have to do your part. You have to do your work, put in your effort to get the best result possible. And I love I just want to chime in. I know that you're not upstairs and not in the Hochstein med spa, but I love. Of the fact that we got that I got quite as well, but the the ivy's before the surgery, I think that's really, really cool. I think it's helped me like I literally feel great. I'm a little sore, but I literally feel great. And I really attribute, obviously you, but I feel like the IV's is well, it's all. Absolutely, absolutely agree. I absolutely thrilled that are able to offer it because it really wasn't something that was around before and now we could do it in one stop. You come in for your preoccupied the IB. And then when you come in for post op check, you get your poster dry d, it's made a tremendous difference. I mean, anybody that gets them, we'll tell you may just makes you feel much better than helps the recovery. I was like, superwoman cried eleven thirty. I think of Wednesday night and I was like, babe, you wanna drive home. He's like, Kim, like is this painting talking or his Kim talking? And I was like, no, I think let's just go home. So I called up hurts and I was like, hey, do you have like a escalate? I could rant and they're like, yeah, sure. It's twenty four hour pickup. I'm like, this has got to be a joke. There's this. It worked out so seamlessly except for cry. He had to drive the whole night, but I definitely feel like the IV's definitely helped. Okay. Dr hawk signed. Thanks so much for your time. I adore you. I'll definitely be back. I'm obsessed with halo my skin. I've tried all sorts of lasers. You probably are like is this lady's crazy with the laser, but halo is amazing. I mean, I've tried for axel, I've tried all these other lasers, so I know Lisa, I mean, she kept saying, come, try, try the halo, try the hill a trail, and I finally did it and Briana. I are like, we're in love, so I'll definitely be back for that and then to check in with us. Well, thank you very much. Thank you to you for a really joy. Okay. You guys, how cool was that? How personable is Dr? Hawk sign is mazing amazing. Every time I'm in the office. He just he's got a smile. He comes in just, you know, however you, what? Can I help you with? You know, he answers every single question. You literally could stand in his office. I don't know how he does it how I don't know how he does it either. He has a gazillion rooms that women are in. I mean, literally, and he goes from one to the next to the next what he never you never feel rushed. You never like you that he's trying to get out of the room or you don't feel so listen ladies. Let's be real when he's like, okay. Well. Take off the gown. Basically it's like hope but he doesn't make you feel that way at all. It's like. You're just a campus that he knows how to work on. Basically, you know, such a nice guy, I'm telling you ladies. I've gotten so many emails since he did my tummy tuck in my boobs for years ago from all the people that heard that he did my surgery and they have thanked us. I can't even tell you. I mean, so many people. I mean, when I talked to you about just my boobs in my stomach, I've never felt better in my life. So it's, you know, it's an investment. He's the best easy to talk to. You can schedule with the office FaceTime call so that you could address your concerns. Again, I go back to plastic surgery is not going to, you know, be the answer for all. Some people are totally opposed to it. I want to live my best life feel my best. My back was hurting a little bit with the bigger boobs and back then when he did my boobs in my tummy, the twins rolling nine months old, but I had to fix my hernia. So I still feel like I had some extra breast tissue from breastfeeding. So anyways, I'm super happy now. You guys. I can't wait to shout. But really nice guy. I wanted to show you guys, you know, just kind of he's a surgeon, a very well known surgeon, very successful service craft twenty three years. I mean, he's twenty seven thousand boob job. That is a lot of moves that a lot of Pratt. Are you jealous a lot of work? Are you. No, because when you're seeing boobs like that in my opinion, I, you know, I think I feel like you've become like mechanical boobs would no longer be like boobs. You know, they would be like boobs. I think it takes the fun out of them. Maybe. I don't know. I'm sure he's still likes Lisa's boobs. She's pretty his wife. You guys is pretty. I wonder if he's ever operated only be a funny question. I think he did to her. I don't think if I was a surgeon, I don't think I could do that if you like them Otieno attachment to somebody would totally change the dynamic of what was actually happening in the operating like you'd be like home. I got. I can't mess up or like, you know, I just feel like that'd be weird, but just so cool to be or to be able to see a little glimpse into. A surgeons mind. People think, you know, you just walk in and Wham, bam. Thank you ma'am. Out thirty go, but it's definitely not like that. You know, there's, there's a lot of work that goes into, you know, performing plastic surgeon, somebody in sutures and, and you know the eye for beauty and what goes here and what goes there. And he said, having a backup plan, you know, you can get into somebody's chest and maybe you know, maybe they weren't honest in their proper where they said they hadn't had surgeon than you see scar tissue inside there, something nuts and who knows he said. So like you said, you gotta have a backup plan. You can't take them out of anesthesia. It'd be okay. Whoops. Couldn't do anything for, you know, like I didn't even think about that, right. You know, like maybe you get in there and this lady's missing twenty five or apes, and you can't put an implant in there. So you know, who knows? But he's a master of his, but what's really cool is at all have his work, I really think is incredible. I've seen nose jobs on his page. I've seen face. Facelifts I've seen, you know, he's known for mommy makeover boobs and that sort of thing. But he does everything very, very well. I think, too, you know, again, Kim, and I always talk about this. You know, he is a very, very great example of somebody who followed the emotional. So he was trained by Dr that did more facial plastic surgery, and he ends up going in a completely different direction and doing, you know, boobs and tummies and all sorts of stuff, you know. But the surgeon who's trained by was was just a master surgeon, right? His techniques, his philosophies, his problem solving ability. So so Dr hawk sign attracted him for the purpose of learning. You know, a great ability to solve problems and see the canvas and and really work on it, you know? And so we talk a lot of time. We talk a lot about. How you have to invest in yourself, how you have to fall, you know, the emotional compliments. I'd you Enchaine what makes you happy and passionate and excited about life? And he's done that. And I think he's house he's able to come in, you know, to work on Mondays and Wednesdays when he sees his patients and he has ten rooms, I don't know exactly how many rooms but a lot and every single room is full and there's twenty people in the waiting room and he smiles at everybody and he gives everybody has time and answers. I mean, I have a million questions you guys like, wait, what about this? What do you think about this? Do you think should I really go small? You know? And he literally, I mean, I didn't, like you said, felt rushed in any way, shape or form. He doesn't bring a big entourage in the room with them, which is also weird and awkward. It's just very professional. Helped twenty seven thousand lives. Not too many people can say that. That's amazing. Seven thousand truly every single one, but you guys see energy too. So that's what I was saying to him on the phone. He might think I'm a weirdo. No, he's got to be pretty spiritual because he kind of followed his path. I think he understands what it takes to be successful in in. You know. You know again, it's it's following, listen to your heart and following. You're following your tuition in Saint, you know, look, this makes me happy. This makes me excited. I'm gonna. I'm gonna put my time effort energy and really do. And when I asked him about retiring, you guys, he's, he's very young. I just was wondering if you had been so successful. He could probably retire ten years ago, but he loves it so much and he has no decided to work to. Yeah, it's just not work. It's fun in every. Here's the thing that's really cool about his job is at every day it's different, but what is also really cool is that he's not afraid to say no, and that's why he has been so successful. I am so happy that he took the time. He's so busy to sit here and talk to all of you guys. I hope he helped a lot of you. Women answered a lot of your questions because I didn't have anybody that helped me. You know, with all the questions that I had, I didn't have somebody, you know, saying, do this or go see this or go see that I literally when I found out I was having twins, I thought I'm going to get stretch marks which thank God I didn't get. I'm just my body's never going to be the same. I had a baby in eleven, had a baby in twelve ninety two and thirteen. So I thought I was toast. So I immediately started searching mommy makeover. This is no joke, you guys. It may sound selfish, but I'm being real and I found Dr Hochstein I found a lot of other people too, but I kept going back to his page over and over and over. And I mean after about a week or two of just looking at this at as soon as I'm done having these babies were done, and I mean, twins will. You say that and I'm going to Dr hawks. Miami cries like Sherwood ever you want. And we literally planned it to where I did the surgery in June. June, right, Jim, June ninth, June six. Something like that season four, three guys can watch recovery and everything on season. Three of don't be tardy, but the surgery was booked in plan and I was ready to go. I cried right before I walked in, I got really nervous, and I think it's very normal and his staff is so incredible. And so you don't. They don't make you feel like a lunatic you know, like saw. So I chose to get my boobs done, but I'm gonna stand here and cry, like a dumb ass like Hello, but they totally get it. It's just nerve racking. Anyways, it's the best thing I did for myself. Again, you got to invest in yourself. If if you're not happy with something in in somebody can help you fix that or change that icing, or you know what? They have a lot of programs to finance. I know that sounds crazy. It's like care or something like that. I don't know. You guys can talk to his office him and every other surgeon in the world and in wherever. But you know, it's an investment in yourself people, you know, I, I definitely believe in investing in yourself. So you could make it like another another Bill. Right? Like you pay your Bill or you're right. We'll see you pay say you have a five thousand dollar whatever. I don't know. Some job done. You pay a percentage. You know, every that's in fact, that's exactly paid for my when I was nineteen. Actually, I just remembered, oh my God, they were way more expensive than in Connecticut, but I did the program, right? I I stayed it was like seventy five dollars a month or something so, but I saved up money. And like a down down payment. I have my graduation money from high school and then I had to get like another fifteen hundred dollars. So I did like the care. I don't know why I keep saying care might not even be that. But anyways, whatever I I need fifteen hundred dollars. My parents like you want tits get them on your own. We're not giving you a dime, so I- I finance the fifteen hundred. You go. Yeah, anything's possible. Yeah, there's always you know there's a, there's a will. There's a way wheelers would we are on Friday going to do our positive segment. I wanted Dr hawk signed to have the floor Ray because about my boobs on Friday would you are positive segment. We'll also do fan interaction. You guys can call three two, three two one three eighty one hundred three, two, three, two one, three eighty. One hundred. I don't feel like you're as catchy as me. Like as far as like tones, not like three, two, three. Okay, three two, three, two one three eighty one hundred. Did you like that though? Anyways, you guys seriously three two, three, two, three eighty. One hundred. Feel free to ask me any plastic surgery questions that you want. Leave a message. Leave a comment. Ask a question and we'll be playing your calls on Friday. We have hundreds of voicemails you guys and we play through them and we will play off through them. So leave us a message. I'm sure we're going to get a lot of boob questions. So yeah, we'll do that on Friday for you guys extra. Thanks so much for tuning into this week's house of Kim. We love you guys and again, thank you Dr. Huq sign for your time. Thanks for listening to house of Kim with Kim, zodiac Bearman catch new episodes every Wednesday exclusively on podcast, one dot com. The podcast one app and subscribe on apple podcasts. If you love the show, don't forget to leave a rating and review. 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So there is going to be a link in the description below? Yes, there is a link right now in the description of this podcast, click on it takes you right to the website so you can go get your tickets and come hang out with us because it's going to be a fun night. We're also going to be hitting a lot of different cities too. So this is the first one where iron out all the all the kinks there shouldn't be too many come help us though. Figure out what we what works, what doesn't. And we're very excited. We'll also be video recording this as well. So that'll be really fun just so I can make sure I capture all you guys because it's going to be definitely very fun. Okay. Now I told you guys last week that I was going to have chef Tracy bloom on, because she's very, obviously she's a chef and has been for many years. Years, but she's very knowledgeable, got a doctorate in cooking. Welcome everybody. Tracy bloom. What's up? Tracy. I'm a little frustrated with Croix. He always, he always bothers me about that. What's chef co? It's did you burn you to work? It's beef blood work. That's grows. If you know me, you know, I don't eat any be well whether she does or doesn't. I think bloom has a doctorate in chef. So I absolutely love Tracy Tracy is just the bomb. She's full of knowledge. He's full of positivity. She's a helluva cook. Yeah, I'm ready to jump into Tracy. I realized a few years back. We had a friend of ours that was diagnosed with brain cancer, right? Yes. Don't say his name bloom. His name is done. Anyhow in so Tracy was like, oh my God. Tell miss this, this, this, this, and this. This is like, oh my God really, really, really. So now whenever we've come across somebody that's had cancer is going through chemo or whatever we. No, we share what we know. So it's been really cool. We have to disclaim right now though that this is, you know, we're not doctors, we we, you know, we think this works. We, we can't guarantee anything. Please listen to your doctor and do as they recommend what they think works. But if you would like to take this advice and try this by all means, feel confident that this comes from a place of working. Excuse me. Also, if you're a single hot fem lesbian and would like to play Dr message me on g. Gee, coming from somebody who likes to play like cops and robbers and like she's getting robbed. Kinky stuff is she wants a doctor. She wants somebody like a burglar to it's bizarre buzz, but but you get a lot of people that that are actually like deeming you and things like that. You always want the ones that don't respond back. It's the chase that you love that is correct. I feel like I'm doing jeopardy. We are still right in the middle of breast cancer awareness month. So this is only fitting that we continue to fight this. Terrible, horrible disease that continues to affect people. So we're here to trace. That's here, let's might help. Okay. Well, I'm just going to jump right in here with some things I've jotted out and we'll so first off Hurson a solely drawing of a man. That's me didn't know with glasses. Yeah. Okay. So first off, tell our listeners here. What so? We're gonna talk strictly about diet and the importance of diet. Deering and post. Right? Correct. Wel- pre during an post. And there's, there's there's lots and lots of controversy. And you know, people always say, drinking red wine will help prevent cancer. One hundred percent believe that anyway, breakfast and I practice it anyway anyhow, but she's just jealous. I'm drinking glass of wine to begin. It's not really a cancer diet as much as it's a bunch of cancer tips, and each person is different, and their diagnosis is different. There's different cancers and everybody's affected differently. So. I've, I've actually had a lot of people when I was in the restaurants, come in and say, hey, I have colon cancer. I have breast cancer or whatever, and we would sit down and do a diet that was catered just for them because you know you, you need different things. Different people. Need different things. So. Anyhow, a couple of things that are important for everybody is to maintain a healthy way in energy, because when you're doing chemotherapy, you do tend to lose your hair this way and just become real afar GIC in a couple of things that I'll say, especially for Kim, if you love Cadbury eggs, like she does, you should enjoy A Cadbury egg after chemo or something that makes you happy because also having love Cadbury eggs, healthy mental attitude is good to, of course, that's, that's number one, honestly believe I know that it can be super trying not, but in this position, thank God, but I know that having a positive mind frame can pull you through things that you'd never thought we heard it. The coal where I mean that was that was what gut her out of it. That was what pulled her through it. And that was what totally changed her life after she beat it. She's so bubbly, I think it Tracy. We talk a lot about. Water, right? I'm going to get to the water. I, I don't know you. Very, you. Got great. I've got it. That's crucial. Positive attitude, crucial, enjoy or nicer raining on my parade. There we go. Okay, skirt fine. Makoto look, look out of the water because you want to stay hydrated is a big thing, like with chemo and stuff like that. You want to make sure that you're, you're getting what you need. And I recommend a certain type of water always high ph level. And you know, they say, cancer can't live in an alkaline environment in doctors and stuff. We'll see that you can't. You can't change the alkaline of your blood by eating or drinking anything. But I think if you surround your blood by a lot of alkaline got where something so it's not going to hurt. We know. I'm not gonna hurt. Right? And so I recommend a brand of water called eternal. And several people have said to me, it cured their cancer. I'm not saying that's what it does, but I met a guy in the grocery store and he's pie in the store out and he said, this cured cancer, a friend of mine's got cancer and I'm buying it, and that's the only water I buy. And I know you guys drink a water that is a high ph two, and we've tested a lot of waters here. You can also test your own ph levels. You guys have stirrups downstairs and you stick it in your. Yeah. On it. You just you test your euro and so that you can see what you're on p. h. level is okay. You should do that too. Like if you just randomly to say, hey, do I have a high. Alkaline or my exact. Right. Oh, interesting, right. I mean, maybe we'll do that tomorrow. You want to do that together. Shooters and other thing that I say a lot, a natural path would tell you to some three things to stay away from our sugar dairy, wheat sugars. It's poison anyway, like we eat it. I just asked you tonight, you're in the kitchen. I said, Tracy, all I eat is sweets. What the hell is wrong with me. She laughs and says nothing. I think it's great. It's wonderful. And now because you're healthy, but we're talking about somebody who is who is not as health, right at their own level missed the with. The podcast was about today? No, I know what it's about, but I'm just saying like in order to stay healthy, right? Like you wanna make. I mean, I do love sugar. Let's be honest sugar makes you so happy. This does high German chocolate cake and everything. But anyway, so you're right. Sugar is definitely. Yeah, that's just it is the enemy of of beating cancer, right? We'll help you be cancer. Also, dairies is a bad thing in wheat, and we've talked about we in gluten a million times and it's an inflammatory food. So let's talk about this thing for one second. First of all, what is it? Second of all? Why was it okay for people? Twenty years ago and not today, what are you rolling your eyes at jealous bloom. Give us as I've said this, I know, but like I still gluten is we run barley and sometimes oats grains. So you're grains and all grains. Not all grace. All right. Okay. Okay. Right. So we ride barley and sometimes oats. Okay, it's in quite a one-season during football. He went glue like hard core, like even in other cities when he was playing different teams, he would, you know, go to the hotel. Look at the menu. Together in decide what he could eat. And he even said that, I mean, that's rough job, but he would come home not as sore. It was crazy. It was ruined. You really help you make better gluten free chocolate chip cookies, then you do stuff was really good. Now, like the brownies, I think to the brownies, are we hold things. Remember that we had to read being casseroles. It was like it was ridiculous in the. Was awful. I had to make two separate shooter. Tracy is gluten free by the way you guys. So she's like a hardcore. She knows her shit. Yeah, show. She knows extremely knowledgeable, but I can't relate to this related to blood, so I'll make it quick just a sentence. But if you try to say that I'm anemic from wheat from. I would bet you that your life would change if you give me a month of, but anyway, gluten, whatever. So you think that my Ironwood just miraculously improve if I just do in brain would be shot because I'd be miserable. You can still eat sugar, but my pasta, what do I eat? All eat is pasta pizza. Those gluten free pasta. Great. We'll make it work rice. It'd be your new best friend anyways. Okay. Anyway. Sorry to get off track. I just want to clarify some of this for wheat for these are all in. These are flam Tori, Tori foods, and. You know, just just imagine how sore an awful you're feeling when you're sick. So if you minimize those foods that you're putting into your body, right? You'll still feel like shit, but you're not gonna feel as shitty. So I made a list of a few good foods to eat in a few bad foods, right. Not so. And this all be considering an alkaline versus acidic diet. I one thing I've told you guys all the time is a raw food diet would be the best. I was just going to say a raw food aid when that's because we talked about this the other day. Like if you take a carrot for instance, we just a carrot stick. Death got a high alkalinity broccoli, raw, broccoli, just eating that are even you chop up the broccoli and make a little broccoli Slaw. And if you were to take that broccoli and boil it throw a little salt pepper on and make a delicious has now become acidic because once you cook it, you change the property of it. So when you cook food, it becomes acidic always or yeah, pretty much. I've seen that in a lot of research and a lot of articles and they say immediately, there's one that's like eighty five or eighty six years old and all she's done. The last forty. Something years is a raw food diet. She looks like she's getting forty. Oh, look at Bertha. She's like one hundred that's sheets, raw food all the time. If she does really once in a while. Once in a while I throw some a microwave, but but yes, she and then you know, oh, Honey, don't cook it. Interesting. Okay. Birthdays our eighty year old nanny who needs a nanny so hit. Here's some things to is also, you also listened to our podcast because she came to work on Saturday and said, missed a great everything. Okay. Back there, everything. Okay. Mr. gr. He's like you bleeding. He's like, oh, no, I'm good. Bert, Tom, good. I was like, she listens to our podcast. Oh my God. By the way. Using. Well, anyway, also alkaline other than just being feeling better is, you know, you have more energy because you don't spend an energy in trying to feel better. When you feel like crab, you're exhausted because your body's trying to fight off that feeling. Try to make yourself feel better. So it uses a lot of that energy up. So you wanna have more focus in your brain and you want to have could attitude be like, hey, wanna feel your best if you can change you can't. I mean, cancer talks everybody knows that like, well, an involuntary. So what we're saying is in the very beginning, high cancer cannot survive in high alkalinity. So it definitely will not thrive right in high alkalinity. So at at the worst, you're not going to help it multiply right help it Ryan, oh decrees. And rather than people saying, oh, like chocolate kills cancer cells or it creates cancer cells. Sorry about the chocolate. But I mean, that's bullshit. It's there's no food that's I mean, if that were true, then we put it in a pill and nobody would have cancer right now. I totally agree. And here's some good. Foods to eat any cabbage in that would include Brussels, sprouts, raw? Yeah. Your heart is Iraq. Shave it, shape it down, shave, a brussel sprout. It's like salad days turned into like a salad, cabbage salad. Let me see shaved Brussels. Here, I thought, you know, you put some really awesome sauce or something. Would you put like a, probably I'm one of them, stupid lettuce wrap. She complained about. Whatever it was it was horrible. But anyway. And you could cook collie flowers, really good. You don't have to be Roth, right. Okay. Everyone. If you haven't heard me talk about threat up by now you're not listening seriously. If you don't go check them out, it's your loss threat up. Is the world's largest online consignment thrift store with up to ninety percent off? You heard me right? And ninety percent off the selection is freaking huge from over thirty five thousand brands like made well, banana Republic BG Steve Madden, Kate Spade, Lululemon coach and so much more people, especially which I'm obsessed with. Now I'm going to do you a favor because I love my listeners. If you go to threat up dot com, slash charter today, you'll get an extra thirty percent off your first order. 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It will grind through anything. Yeah. Butter and ice cream. According uses it to Jews, Tracy us, one hundred bucks, right. I don't remember. It's a, it's a, it's a, it's a one I've always used in every restaurant ever worked is definitely very easy to clean though. Heck of a juicer. Never had anything break on it yet. Knock on wood. We've been cranking through that thing a lot. Okay. So here's some bad foods. They away obviously pineapples strawberries, oranges. So we're not going to have a smoothie, even if you feel it should stay away from the fruity smoothies champion juicer is is basically in black, which I don't know why we don't have a black on. That's the Lux version, I think. But what is that three hundred and forty Bowman? Yes, that's the high end one. The regular basic one I think is like two hundred hundred. Yeah, maybe anyways anyway. So obviously soda as as a big one stay away from artificial sweeteners that they put diet coke. God. If I have to listen to her about diet coke on more time, all those people always talk about how their cancer causing. They are absolutely hard. Read something though in it and I don't want. I don't want to use our listeners, but there is there is recent research says that that is all been debunked. Yep, I'm going to show you. I have all my Instagram. Don't know still in a Siddig, of course, is still acidic. So maybe it doesn't cause cancer, but it certainly doesn't help. Not for this diet anyway. And then of course, cheese which you talked about dairy yogurt and any breads because he's in yeast is also very bad like this is why pay that you never ever ever have to do this very tough, but it's not an if you if unfortunately you do have to do a diet like this, you know, find a chef and just say, hey, I mean, dietitians will work with you too. But. They'll tell you what you can't cannot eat. They'll say, hey, you need these nutrients. You need to build up your iron. You need more, whatever it is that you need once you find out what you need and what you need less of ghosts go talk to a chef that can get creative with your food because dietitians. Great. And they can say, hey, you need grilled chicken potatoes and raw broccoli, but a chef may be able to say, hey, if you actually cry Ovech your chicken and SUV and put a little, you know, pepper on it. It'll be like, oh, wow, this is not right. I mean, if you if you can find a chef in most chefs will be like, yeah, I'll help you. You've got cancer. No problem. Right, right. Well, and I'm a firm believer in view if you can't, if you can't do it a hundred percent, maybe you're you're feeling down or it's just too much. It's too overwhelming. You know, ten percent of something is better than zero percent. Nothing you know. So do do a little bit you guys honestly, to the celery juice, it's life changing. It's it makes me feel so much better my muscles hurt so much. Alas, it's funny because the entire time she's drinking it, her face looks off. I mean, it's not like a glass of wine or or diet coke. I mean, like I'm used to it now and I like it cold. But cucumber juice was really hard for me to drink yesterday and I don't know. They were organic cucumbers, but that was a punch yesterday. But what's really cool to is you don't have to have cancer to do a change like this. This is just an overall healthy change, put your body in high alkaline state so that you just feel better less inflammation, you know, more energy, all those things that we're talking about to help you tackle the you only have one body, right? You have to treat it, right. Yeah. And I think a little dessert is okay. I do too. Tracy really loves the sir. If you guys have a question regarding this as well. Don't forget you can call us at three, two, three, two one, three eighty one hundred and leave us a voicemail. You can ask Tracy a question or. Leave a comment or anything, and we will definitely get back to you on a side. So reach out to Tracy in her Instagram, that would be chef. Tracy bloom shift trades, especially if you're cute. She likes bam. She basically wants like a Kemp, big boobs, blonde hair dick. Okay. So wait. So no pineapple, because that's various apples. Great for you. And it has bromine net which you talked about and we do. You've made me. We've had pineapple juice when I had my boobs done, and this is why it's hard to say. A cancer diet per se, because every single person is different. Everybody's needs are different. So you know, somebody may need Roman and say, hey, you know what? Let's use that Pineau for them. But that's why you have to talk to your doctor and potentially your dietitian to say, hey, I need this, this, this, and then you can go ahead and alter your your diet to that and create a plan that works for you, but keep in mind the alkalinity of your food. Andrew. And so how can people tell us how people can test their urine the you can get the strips on Amazon or something. Right. Is it like the pool which you stick in the bull? Yeah, it's the ones we tested the water, but I think they actually made away on my pool to, sir. I think they actually make like you go to CVS and go to like the feminine clear, I'll and that you can do it like that, Tim because there's some like a lady fungus you get right. If you're. I think it maybe is it Easter bacteria or there's well, there's a couple of things, but I think you're referring, I think you're referring to yeast well, either way. I don't know. You could, well, what would that be? High or low that would probably be high east his bed and bread. You said east was bad. So Siddiq off saying, yeah, so it'd be bad. You don't want that. State. Right. So your body's in in the city high ph, right. Oh, that's what I'm trying to clarify too. So wait a minute. So when I h is acid high Xoan you've been on the stick actually those little. Yeah, the the kids or whatever. If you're at one downstairs disco pee on it, we have a pool, but I think here's like white, mid from my cold tub. I don't think I don't think it's, I think you're supposed to like wipe your who ha- with it, why you're not this disgusting. You'll get a cut and then you'll have. I don't know what kind of who you have a, but I don't think that I will get a cut if I was just swab it with a pool testers shrimp. Okay. Let's see. But I think it's got a feel your Blewett not necessarily your urine. It's like a paper cut. You'd get down there. You just push it on and pull it out. Hey, look, we're not doctors. One thing I do know as you can get a pool test strip that will test your, you can maybe go to the feminine care. I'll choice maybe who knows. I don't know. For Croix. He's like my life right now. I don't want to talk to these girls. I think you're even like take the little strip for girl now for guys. I'm not sure where you're going to put it. No, it just pee in a Cup and stick the tester. Then then you get in the side of the Cup to affect the p. You gotta start the stream, then put it in the string out of the stream. There's a couple of names that they have those jobs to make those things that you can. You can test for like yeast infections and it's all regained a ph test a couple of weeks ago when we when I was at the doctors, you know, we're you. Yeah. What takes a penis? No, I know but they automatically tested me because they were trying to, oh yeah. Gotcha. Oh, I was like, wait a minute. You're buying. There's one you've not talked to me about you had a peanut cups, sexual relations, like two hundred dollars tests that I didn't need. They didn't even ask me, but they did it. What would you say? I'm a lesbian. I don't draw your blood or to to test a p two hundred dollars test. Yup. Whoa, I got it on my Bill for eight thousand dollars. That is fat. This fifty five hundred dollars for a cat scan. Yeah, that's I don't doubt that. That's not. But I mean, you could just went to. Walgreens and said, magnets in the basement, we could've just said, I've never well. They didn't even ask. They were just in it to point at that point in time I was in so much chain. Yeah, I didn't know why was peeing in a Cup and I didn't care steak take it and do whatever you would just sat in the room with me the whole time and just said not pregnant, and I'll say, let's hit some high notes again on your notes. And then if you want to say anything else to to kind of close up, this is better than tender. So get your little ad together for what you want a my high notes. Okay. Let me go over my high notes. I. So once again, everybody's diet is individual to their particular needs. Talk to your nutritionist, talk to your doctor. Stay hydrated, but final water internal watt, we're, can you get that publish a whole foods. We Amazon, maybe you could get it on Amazon. Cool. It's a clear bottle, right? It's got a blue tint to it. I don't offhand, but it's higher than nine point. Five, I'm sure I don't know probably a bit you, but it's a good water. And a lot of times by one get one free at Publix and it's not expensive. It's dollar a bottle, so stay hydrogen. You don't have to have that water. You can pick anyone, right, but pick a good water stay away from sugar, dairy, wheat, no matter what and stay positive. So if you need to have A Cadbury take it with you to chemo or just trying to stay focused. And yeah. Yeah, and and make if you love to eat like I do like Kim does quite does not like eat so, but. Don't make it awful. Figure out a way to have it delicious. You know, and sneak a peanut butter Cup in there. If you haven't do you don't drink some celery juice then follow up by a peanut butter Cup, yes, right on. Well, that was fabulous bloom. And I, I love it because I know that just by following some of those things within our life, I feel the difference. I felt a difference when I went gluten-free for a while. You're very Corey, has the mind that you know, like if you put a doughnut in front of me, the odds EMMY telling, you know, is a meanest just not going to happen. I'm going to have a piece at least right. Croix has the same bag of candy for years. It has on his little shelf and and and Kim buys, maybe one hundred Cadbury eggs and still it's not this October. There's at least five or six Cadbury eggs still in her little box of goodies. Right. It's good. I forgot about him. They're high up. I have to get the ladder get credit. But I sure as helping my crispy cream donuts the last two days, no, in all seriousness, I definitely you know, you only have one body at the end of the day. You really have to fuel it. It's tough man. Nowadays, I feel like coin, I talk about this a lot with Tracy about us growing up. I lived on like hamburger helper. My parents would make like hamburger helper, and I loved all that stuff. Tuna helper, whatever it's way different. Now we do you remember when we went and bought the hamburger, cheesy, hamburger helper. And we were like, so excited. It was nothing. It was so sad. But my point is, is that back twenty years ago twenty won't go my God. I was not growing up twenty years ago. Thirty years ago. Shut up. You want me to talk about your age on my podcast or shift Tracy, plume, and Instagram. Send me the girls. Okay. That's what I thought here are some useful card tips. You might not be aware of a coffee filter and a little bit of olive oil can clean your interior, removing excess weight from your car will improve gas mileage, and you can place your key fob to your chance to increase its range. Weird, right? 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So we weren't using all the chemicals on farms to make like corn. I love corn, right? And Tracy's like Kim, like it just it's not good for you. Koren's not good for you. And I'm, I'm so fascinated with with Tracy's knowledge because gasoline. I feel like a good corn on the cob out of Malaysia as good. He can't actually digest corn either f y, I know I've seen it in the toilet. Thank you for I do, and I will for myself and myself experienced that. I felt a difference when I went gluten-free. I felt a different. Does that mean that Croix has a problem with glue edges? No, I just it's still would we all feel better or you're saying so, but like I know you have an issue with gluten. Right? You have you have an issue? I have another friend of mine has an issue choose to have a chance to go. They earn sure like she feels terrible or I don't know what it's major now that she's not reduce it. So is it all people just because of the if Lamma Tori response. So if you have arthritis or if your joints her or you don't feel good or your back hurts or you're like, oh, oh, you're not curse because you went through the windshield of a car or. Then you might want to go gluten free or redress drastically, reduce the amount of gluten your intaking that should not be your number one food source. You should stick to proteins or raw foods around is my number one food source gluten gluten, right? So, but it's only gluten because you choose rby air for sure. Choose a gluten pasta over a non gluten. Plus you could choose a non imposs- of course I can, but it doesn't taste the same absence. All in your mind does sell on your mind. Okay. Listen, I'm offer asp Leone receiving, but I'm gonna tell you right now that my rela pasta is not going to taste or pasta makes gluten free and and Cajun cooking together on Wednesday, and we're gonna do a taste test. Knock this out. We're gonna. We're gonna do it just like we did the taste test with maple syrup. Let's not start a fight here. Yeah. Tracy and minority. I think introduced the debate segment here in the next in the next few projects coming up where we're going to actually debate some things where where we have, we love to debate in our home about different things, just random things and quite you like to just rile people up. Yeah. Australia. And by the time they go home to their little house on our way, they dress know why they're mad, what? Why am I so frustrated McRae should have been an attorney right? Because he is so good. I told you the other day when he was just talking. He doesn't even talk. We don't even know who is talking to just talking to the air. And I said to Kim ball, he was just chatting away. I said he should have been OJ's lawyer. Yeah, definitely. Definitely. Should have been OJ's lawyer would never shy away from a good debate. I'll tell you that it's which is really annoying to me because when you start debating me, I just shut down Tracy's the exact same way. So we're like, you're right. You're right. Craig shirt. You're right. No problem. Making my brownies by them own business. We're referring to something in particular about maple syrup tracing are like the best maple syrup is in Vermont, don't play with me. He's like, absolutely not even how the debate went as not even how it happened. You said that you said that all maple syrup k. for Vermont, and I saw, no, no. No said absolutely not. It comes from Canada and you're like, maple syrup. Not one. He told me it will serve comes from now. I just said the best maple syrup is from Vermont, and you said bullshit. That's how we see. Yeah, yeah. So then we actually went to the store brand and go to the store and get maple syrup from Vermont. Trueblue. Like I've only grown up on Vermont, it's literally, they're cool. That's awesome. Like brand we literally didn't have anything, but Vermont, maple syrup. Whenever we went to the storage mom's like is that Vermont maple, just like I say, did you ever go on a road trip to stop it at at the gas Asia? Get maple can all yes. Oh my God. And of the majority of maple syrup in the world comes from Canada and you to argue that come from Vermont, and I said more saying it tastes better from remind and we did a taste test and we were right, you chose the Vermont maple. But I said, majority of the maple syrup in this world comes from Canada. I wasn't even you didn't even think about it. I wasn't even thinking of that. I was thinking of like my mom was like, make sure it's for Mont maple syrup, sweetie, because I always wanted that lady MRs Butterworth's or whatever that would walk. Mabel syrup. I got. I got miss. Did you wish you just like your house? I always on my counter. I was there in one day lease. Please talk to me. I know I definitely would only get Vermont maple syrup. But anyway, so that was like our big debate. So we're going to have some debates coming up here on the podcast because Corey ni- are very opposite yet so much alike, which is very funny. Do you think we're alike or visit, or what do you think? Oh, I think you guys are opposite in every single way. I think except from like we're both so gorgeous how to how to how your relationship goes in how to raise your kids. But I think when it comes to, hey, can the kids have cereal for dinner? Yes, on you can have cereal, and then you go follow it up with a Hershey, heart fry. Some s'mores eyes are bulging. What about the grilled chicken? We dismayed. Oh, no. Let them have pride cereal. A little different, and that's so true. Yeah, that's definitely so true. Well, that's going to be that's gonna be what we should do. The next week goes, I definitely feel like growing up. My mom would always I would always have dessert after dinner, like just a small brownie chocolate chip cookie or something like that. My chiropractor archive Proctor Dr Jeff Maliki is a talion grew up the same way, and we talk about the fact that we grew up that way and how like we know moderation. We know we can have a doughnut, but not ten or whatever. It was just the way we grew up. So he's very fit. I'm very fit and we feel like that had a lot to do with our upbringing instead of saying, no, no, no, no, no, you can't. I mean little Demi and I were best friends, but I could only have like one of the Swiss rolls out of the package. My brother got the other one that here's, here's the difference between your upbringing and what I was never presented dessert, but I was never told no. So if I asked, I would get something if I, but I was never presented a pan of brownies or presented about meal. So like. It wasn't like, hey, here's desert, hey, here's desert. It was just like it. If you wanted something you went and got it, but it wasn't like it wasn't like pushed as at the forefront of the mind per se, you know. I mean, it wasn't pushed not. I'd say with Steph, like Christmas when I think of Chris rock Jimmy and baking cookies that we do. You know, my my mom would make magic cookie bars. Cream waivers holidays, like, I mean, we had twenty thousand different cookies. These these damn frosted cookies. If they didn't turn out perfect. She'd be slinging shit all night in the kitchens. The holiday that's like to me, that's kind of the holidays associate like cookies and sweets, and that sort of thing. Cash has definitely might eating habits. He loves sweets for sure. Cagey not so much, but I definitely agree with you Coronado. Well, not. Here's my question after dinner where you presented a dessert for the for the wasn't it no, never presented the Paul tonight or here's no, he's whenever. No, it was just, it was always there. Okay. Yeah, no, no, it was always there. My mom wasn't like, hey, sweetie. Now that I just served you your meal because she was running all these bring the fluid goes, no, no, no, no. And she never. I don't believe in rewarding children with food either. Like my, you know, I don't believe in like, oh, my mom used to say to me if you wash all these clients hair when she worked at the nursing home, we'll take take you to Taco Bell and it's like, okay, great. But you know, I don't believe in literally a bean burrito. Cinnamon twist. It was like a dollar twenty five. And I washed like eight ladies hair. That's a big crucial parenting thing that we can get into some of that. Yeah, we have so much to talk about, but anyways. Okay, you guys so you can call us at three two, three, two one, three eighty one. Hundred and ask bloom Croix. Ni- question leave a comment. You can also also text us Tracy's Instagram, Shep, Tracy, bloom. She's looking for a hot piece of she likes tattoos, right? I mean, you don't have to have tattoos, but sure you like it. I. She'll smile, smile of good hair. We need more than a smile nowadays, we blow. What do you? What's your dream? Girl, which you dealbreakers. I really like Stevie nicks you? Okay. Well, that's not happening dealbreaker back in the day. All drugged up stuff. Hottest in the back of a bus is my God. That was hot. What did you ever see this? You went on tour with her? No. Okay. Wished I. It's not a side note really quick. She does love Stevie nicks so much that just tell them about the tattoo place. We not not. This has been hashed over towns. Let our listeners in on the little. Okay. So Tracy, she's got like a piece of toast on our body. She's got her. She's got a fork. I've got like forty tattoos since you've last told this story. I know this is true, but she pulls up sleeve one day and she's like, and I got a Stevie nicks tent to it's for the song just like the one wing the sings songs. Sounds like a singing. That's a good song. Yeah, it's and it's, it's this bird, this dove dove. It's one wing, Doug, and there's blood, actually it and see it, but it is blood actually coming out with the other wing was. And as soon as I got done and it's got a boon and it's real tough a skull, and I'm so excited. Got my Stevie nicks to, and I went over to the this bar right after. And I saw my southern friend and I said, hey, look, I got my Stevie nicks to pull up my shirt, and she said, you idiot, it's not a one wing is a white wing. Off. So what she still has it might is the tattoo guy or woman did not say, hey, it's a white wing of out of one winged of, well, apparently if you look it up, a lot of people think he's a one thing. It's what it is. I thought it was. I thought it was one wing do now. Do you didn't? It sounds like it. Yes, I was just just like you like creepy like it. I feel like maybe she said it and they wrote it right. I don't know why you would get a dove with blood dripping from. It's was a one winged one wing that was missing, but don't you think my I'm working on a sleeve now, don't you think it starting to look cool? That's really hot. It is. He's got dare yes for open Mickey Mouse or Minnie mouse pineapple? Minnie. Mouse? What is it? It was supposed to be a gangster Mickey Mouse and everybody's like I like you're many miles. Some pretty pissed about this like this. The girl Many's the girl. Well, yeah, so he's read, it's, you know, it's Mickey. She's not paying. I mean, I guess sometimes like many many. That's definitely not me gay gang minute. Mickey that's Mickey. Anyways, Tracy statues are funny, but you can contact Tracy, please, if you're single. She definitely likes really pretty girls for sure. I definitely have to give her that. She likes pretty girls and she's a wild one. So if you can get you a raw diet, I am a Capricorn f y, which is not a wild one usually, but I will cook for you in the middle of the national. Make you fat. I'll tell you that she loves to do that. She loves to do that. She loves to make people happy with their food. Yes, she likes. She likes hot chicks so Demore. Thank you very much. You're very welcome. Thanks for joining us Tracy and then helping our listeners out with a diet that's going to make them feel better. Definitely you guys, like I said, you can always call in texts if you have a question or whatever. Regarding your specific situation. Now we have the positive segment coming up. I'm so excited because this is really cool, and this is something that I tend to fall off the wagon with sometimes support for house of Kim comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans America's premier home purchase lender. Let's talk about buying home. It can be one of the most important purchases you will ever make, but today's fluctuating interest rate can leave you with unexpected higher payments, which can turn a great experience into an extremely anxious one. 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I've been wearing the same like bra that Dr hawk signed gave me since I had my boobs done four weeks ago. It's so homely. Okay. I have my robot not an ounce of makeup my hair tied back in a bond, a wreck, but okay, baby. Anyhow, you guys my Rick, so it's all it matters. Oh, God. We're going to talk about believing in yourself where it takes you and believing in yourself is the most powerful ability you have available to yourself. That's definitely the truth. Your belief will carry you through difficult situations. Anything challenging, anything difficult enable you to alternately realize your dream. I like to talk to Corey about the NFL because how many players are in the NFL fifty three hundred Rosser times thirty six sixteen hundred ninety six or something like that. I don't quote me exactly, but something like that, right? So croix's in Montana, grows up in a very small town. I mean, the odds definitely were stacked against you. I would say in regards to making it into the NFL. But when did you realize you wanted to be in the NFL and then how did it play out for you? Joys believe you could be in the NFL. That was all I would say, yes, I believed I had the ability to make it there, and I had that that was a dream of mine. There's lot. You're in Hardin, Montana, and all the time there was even a poster, my counselor's office. It said, you know, one in ten million people make it to be a professional athlete or something like that. It was. It was some arbitrary, crazy number. You know, which totally is discouraging for person. So basic, what their point was not to discourage you, but just to say, hey, make sure you focus on your schooling, make sure that you're, you're learning, you're educating yourself and you have a different path. Don't don't put all your eggs into one basket per se. But right. It was a reality of of reaching the highest level of any profession. Obviously, being a professional is the highest level in athlete can make it to a CEO is the highest level of person can make it within a company. You know, reaching those highest highest levels takes extreme dedication, extreme focus, an extreme positive self. Doc and tuning out the doubters and the haters and the people that that are going to critique you who don't even necessarily have a right to critique you. I don't think you know or to kind of chip, it's you when like, hey, what's it affects you? Whether or not I believe that or not just you stay over there and I'm gonna stay overhearing believe my own self. Right, right. But you know, I think Montana's not a big school that that these scouts go to know. There's obviously bigger schools co, two. So when did you know that when when they came to scout you, how did that work when you were in college? Well, so I, I played and start playing football to. You were in, like what you said sorted in seventh grade and then played seventh eighth ninth tenth eleventh twelfth and was pretty successful, but but. Personally, I was successful. Our team struggled. We never made it to the playoffs one year, but my athletic director was it was a super incredible guy had been in athletics in Montana for for many years. He was towards the tail end of his career as being an educator in an director of schools and things like that. And so he had some connections at the university of Montana where he was able to get my video footage in front of the appropriate is in front of the appropriate is which then kind of blossomed into more icing in in different things. But I had I had a select few. Number of schools that were that were recruiting me just because I lived in such a rural area of the country that people weren't going there. You know, they wanted to go to the recruiters have to spend their time where it's going to be most beneficial to them because their success depends on who they bring in. Right. So they're gonna go to a school in northern California that has ten possible recruits versus had all the way to Montana, which takes six flights to get there to see one kid who may be has the potential you know. So it just made things a little bit more difficult, but I never doubted myself. I would say that I think that was one of the crucial things is I never, I never let the doubt creep in always remained. I felt like pretty positive. Obviously, my upbringing helped me and my parents were supportive aren't totally into you playing in the NFL. You'd have something to fall back on, right, of course. But they never once said like at bologna, don't think about that. That's not even. They never once said it wasn't possible. They just said, hey, we're going to, let's go to college. Do this focus on your grades? They kept me on the. Path per se versus ever cutting me down, but long story short got into a college, never red-shirted. It played all four years. I four years and I would say about my third year was when I started to kind of get some attention a little bit of attention. So that's when I made it onto the national watchlist for the national watchlist for the special award yet the Dow became player in the country. And so my sophomore year I made it onto the watch list and they tell you that. Yeah, yeah, it's it's like public knowledge or whatever. They put it out near there. So so making that list gets some attention you get some is on you. You get some awareness about you and then had put it together solid junior year and didn't make the win that award that year. But then I was obviously automatically put back on it. That's my senior year, right because of my performance as my junior year and then had the attention. All ready, somewhat. And then when I had a. A really solid senior season and won that award. Obviously, that was kind of the the you won that award the. Yeah, it's downstairs in our basement. It's really cool can of worms per se, but yes. And so so what does that award because you just casually back like it's just like it was. It was given annually to the to the top defensive player in the country in the country them for love of God, so, but that was kind of how I got my attention. And they saw me as as kind of a raw athlete again. 'cause I played at a level where they're quote, unquote, unsure of your ability to play against people that are play at the highest level or have had the best coaching. Right. My coaches were great. Don't get me wrong, and I would not have traded my experience for anything because again, that experience got me to wear today, but. They say, or the belief is, is that those d. one schools, your big pack, ten Pac, twelve. All those big schools. You have the most elite coaching there because they get paid the most. That's where they're going to go. That's where they want to get, you know, the most recognition, that's how so you're getting better coaching better players at those levels versus where I played. So they looked at me more of an athletic person versus a good defensive end or good linebacker. Obviously that's where I played because it was naturally conditioned to play in what I had my success. But it was just a different process for me. I would say some individuals, but yeah, and he makes it into the NFL place for eight straight years, right one injury, he tore his achilles. I mean, super successful at very well. So that's, that's just a good story. I think for the odds are definitely not in your favor, you know, Montana. I mean, how many people live in Hardin, Montana, goodness will think now maybe like. Fifteen hundred a two thousand. Mean there you have it right. Nobody else plays in the NFL out of Montana. I think you know that one. Definitely been a few guys that have made it in the NFL and have had some good success. Some older gentlemen to that have played way before me like in the seventies eighties right. There were some guys, but definitely probably less than any other state in the in the country, I would say, right. So again, if it has nothing to do with where you're at or who you're around, if if if your path is is meant to go somewhere and you stay focused on that and you and you follow your. So so I guess the big question is is like, what? If you don't believe in yourself, the only reason you don't believe in yourself is because you're inadvertently thought your way into not believing in yourself. Thinking a whole bunch of thoughts and accepting that they're your true forms and your beliefs. You're born with beliefs in yourself, and so you don't believe in yourself today. Just means that in your life, he was accepted thoughts about yourself that other people have put upon you and you believe them to be true. I mean, yes, I think too. It's crucial is where, again, like I say, anybody who's going to reach the highest level within their profession, whether it's a CEO business, an entrepreneur, NFL, whatever you you get to a level where you have to over critique yourself so much because you know that just a fraction of an inch of a difference in what you're doing. Can make make that next step to the next level achievable. You know where we were literally scrutinized so much. We watched thous of hours of film and say, okay, if you just make one step here different versus that type of. Block, you'll be able to get free and make a tackle for a loss versus a just a regular tackle, which is huge as far as stat lines and paychecks and pay grades, and of course, oh, when you're over scrutiny yourself. So so much, you can almost start like kind of turned it into like a negative self talk versus versus like positive self correction. Maybe, you know, it's a very fine line there. I felt like in, so you would see some guys start to slip because the coach will be over critiquing them so much that they'd be like off Ken totally versus being like, I can do this. I know what he's saying. I'm gonna keep trying. I'm going to keep practicing, but I mean, you're hammered every day your critique, like you said to defy to an inch of your step per se. I always always blows my mind like Julio how he keeps his feet inside the line. Like literally stand on his tippy toe. Sometimes it blows my mind at your mind is programmed like that. I have to catch his ball and stay within the reason why it's programs because he's practiced that catch and that step lit. It's five thousand times insane, five thousand times at the end of the day, the only way that you maintain that lack of belief is through your own continuing thoughts about yourself self talk. The number one hindrance to success is people who believe it's not possible for them. If you believe something's not possible, then you're right in the whole universal be against you, not because the universe is a bad blaze, but because that's how you're interacting with it and you'll always look for proof of your low self worth and proof of why it's not possible. And I think that is just so true. It's the way the way to change a lack of belief is very simple. Begin thinking the opposite thoughts. So what you've been thinking about yourself that you can do it and that you have everything within you to do it remind yourself, do you have incredibly powerful abilities and you'll know exactly how to use them when the time comes. Remind yourself, all you need to do is take one step at a time. I definitely think we'll use the NFL and Corey like it can be overwhelming. Like I'm in Montana. There's only fifteen hundred people here. I really want to play in the NFL, but I'm going, you know, Bob Bob. I mean, you could have done all of that, and I definitely don't think you have made it to. Where you did as you think, thoughts that you can achieve your dreams. You will change the program in your sub conscious mind. Your subconscious mind is like a computer. It has many different programs that you have loaded into it either with your thoughts or by listening to it, and accepting other people's thoughts about you. And you've been doing this throughout your entire life. All the programs in your subconscious mind have been put there by thought in its thought and thought alone that will create a new program in override the old ones. When you first started, think thoughts that you can do anything, you'll feel the rejection from the quote, unquote firewall of your subconscious mind, which will tell you that those aren't true. But as you keep planting the thought that you can do it, eventually those thoughts will become a belief and you'll have changed your program. It's surprising that after many years, even a lifetime of not believing yourself, it only takes a short amount of time a little bit of effort to start believing in yourself. The most powerful time to reprogram listen to this. You guys, the subconscious mind is when you're falling asleep at night when you're in that very sleepy state of being half asleep, half awake plant that thought that you can do anything and you can achieve anything. You set your mind to your. Aim is to make that quote, unquote, believing in yourself, thought your last thought before you fall asleep because the very last thought you think as as you're falling asleep goes straight pacifier wall and into your subconscious mind. And when that thug goes pacifier. While the some conscious mind must accept it as true. I mean, I always think amazing thoughts when when I'm going to see you get eliminate that self-doubt self-doubt comes from, you can say, immediately catch yourself, you know like. So once your subconscious mind has a new program of believing it must carry out that program, improve your belief in yourself to be true, you will suddenly find new people in your life who believe in you or a new support from people already in your life, and you'll feel inspired to take particular steps or actions that prove your own abilities to increase yourself, believe whatever you hold in your subconscious mind is what happens in your life. This is because any new program and your subconscious mind is immediately transmitted to the universal mind. And once the universe has the instructions, it will work with you to make sure that you achieve basically what you believe. I mean, I think that it's definitely it takes a little bit of practice, especially people that are that doubt themselves. You have to definitely as soon as something negative pops into your mind immediately say, no, I can do that or, you know, immediately like don't even let that thought ago. It has been said that whatever the mind of. Can conceive and believe he can achieve or percent. I mean, believing yourself doesn't mean there won't be moments. Like I said, where you question your ability to chief your dream in those moments of doubt, just bring your mind back to the very next step. You have to take because you'll find it easier to believe you can take the next step the tiny step rather than having your head spinning around with this whole journey. And I think that I definitely get like that. Like, oh my God, I've such a big to do list all my, you know, have to do this. I wanna go here I want to do this in. It's just so overwhelming. So take literally they say, one step at a time, and the next step is going to be a lot more chief -able in your mind. Then the finish line of when when the hell Esau was been a few years, but Thomas Edison invented the lightbulb. He went from start to completion. One hundred one hundred twelve or one hundred fifteen times before he actually got a light bulb to work. So imagine that he he did from start to completion, a hundred and fifteen different prototypes that didn't work. He could've seen every single one. Of those failures? I didn't do it right. I didn't do this, but he said he said, I did not see them as failures. I saw them as one hundred and fifteen different times that I knew not how to make a light bulb. I knew how to make one step at a time. One step at a at a time is all that every successful person took. Was it early? I mean, that's pretty impressive. When you're feeling happy, your belief will be strong. And if you're feeling tired, discouraged under the weather are lacking energy. That's when the doubt always comes in. Everyone has those moments. So remind yourself that the way you're feeling is temporary and it will pass. That's why it's so important to follow your bliss every day. Because in doing that, you'll be happy and consequence your belief. We'll be strong. I definitely. I mean, nobody gets there overnight honestly, unless you won the mega millions last night you're not, you know, he got, definitely that's one in a gazillion, not not saying that you can't, but you know somebody's gonna this going to be somebody's best day and it might think about this to it could have been their worst day yesterday could've been their absolute worst day, and then the following day it's their best day possible because it can change the Jackson just like the. I mean, think about the Nicole to when she got that news of eight. Yeah, you got breast cancer. That's probably one of our worst days of her life, but less than a year later, she's what she's having some of the best days of her life. She's got a company, a thriving company. It's expanding healthy. She loves the way she looks. I mean she in less than a year. She flipped her worst day ever. Probably not top three worst days ever of getting that news right? And flip to some of the best day. She's probably had an entire life because there were thoughts in the way that she did not self doubt. She self projected what Sean one hundred percent. Self belief is easier when you start with supportive parents like cry, just talked about, but it's definitely not impossible to do it without them. Even if you didn't have a parent who helped instill belief in yourself, there was someone in your childhood who believed in you. It could have been a relative coys coaches, for example, grandparents, neighbor, teachers, sibling, but there was definitely at least one person who believes in you when you were growing up, whether that person is still alive or not. You literally have all the support in the world available to you. Now, when you decide to follow your dream, the universal support you and provide you with every single circumstance, every person and everything you need to make your dream come true. And the way to leverage universe is to use your subconscious mind, chew, believe your believable, increase and strengthen with you. Every step that you take in every experience you have on your journey as you discover for yourself, what you're truly capable of believe in your dreams and believe in you. Everybody has different dreams, different past different. You know, some people say, well, it was already written for her to do that, or it was already this do that. I mean, you can always change the course of your life. You know? I mean, you can. I wanted to be on television so bad. I was in Windsor locks, Connecticut. Definitely a small town. My parents are like, okay, well, that's great sweetie that you want to be on TV and have your own TV show what you need to do something in the intern because you know, you can't fall back on that. And then once I got pregnant with brio they're like, no, seriously. We're all for you being on TV. We think it's great that you have this big dream, sweetie, but now you have a baby to provide for. So that's why I went to nursing school. Like you went to college. I mean, you are obviously nursing school for you and for your story that was a step on the grand staircase to where you want autumn in the end up. Right? So even though you may not at the moment be where you want to be or where you see that final vision of your life and writing that amazing job that you just love, and it's not even a job, it's just fun and you're killing it and whatever when it became when it was not fun, I locked off right. Well, obviously, thinks shift things in goals can change, and and so what each each progression through life is just another step to get to where you wanna go and enjoy those steps while you don't even have to know the steps like you don't even have to know the steps like I wanted. I've asked for certain things. I can't wait to share stuff with you guys. I'm so excited about couple of things that are going on behind the scenes. I just, you know, definitely have realized over the years, not to share things with people until it's come to fruition. Completion on, you know, I definitely am very excited about things. I had no idea how I was going to achieve some of the things that I've wanted. You know, things that I've wanted to achieve financially things that I wanted to do. But some I mean, the stuff that's going on, it's so crazy. The call that we got yesterday and so exciting and it's like holy shit because I kept saying, I have no idea how this is gonna work out, but it's gonna work out somehow. And literally I got the phone call Brielle sent me this yesterday on Instagram. It says travel until no one living love story until no one live happily until no one people ruined beautiful things. And what I'm telling you guys is some of the people that are closest to you are the people that wanna see you fail? And so when you're on this path of whatever your dream, maybe we don't want to see you fail, but they don't wanna see you successful than they are. And that's a big problem with people that don't understand the philosophy that you live and in in the principles that we're teaching. You as people, they're not necessarily. They don't have this negative, but they're just like they don't wanna see you more successful than that because it means that they're a failure right, and there is so they try to pull it down. They try to cut down what you're doing. They try to talk it down and if you don't tell them, they can't say anything. They have no idea yet. And so you don't open that door for the negative self-talk. Are that negative down, build that attack us? You guys constantly, right? We just have people. I share stuff on. I share pictures of my kids on social media, which I oftentimes have said, you know what? Croix like this. I'm not posting any more pictures. There's been this Photoshop accusation which is completely false and inaccurate, and I haven't entertained it and it's stupid and just absolutely ludicrous, like Kaya is beautiful. She's imperfect deal with. We don't give a tension to falseness. There's no by people that just can't stand it that she's what as little. But my point is, is that it's like, you know, at times I've said to crow and I did stop posting for a long time. And I said, you know, I'm not going to not. I'm not going to take away. In my followers that are supportive and sharing, beautiful pictures of Kaya. She loves to take photos and model and all this good stuff. I'm just using as an example because I post Brielle and they're like, her lips looks so ridiculous and and I have spent so much time on social media, deleting these negative comments under Arianespace brielle's page because there are people that are just so nasty, and those people can ruin it for the more positive people. But you know what? I'm just not gonna not gonna cave to the bullshit. I'm going to keep on proud of my children. They're incredibly smart. I don't know if you guys know this, but our kids speak two languages. I mean, they're brilliant. They're funny, they're cute. It's all fun. Like it's my family. It's what I love to share my family with two, but there are those people that try to ruin it. So at the end of the day, we pray a lot. We believe in, you know, like our marriage, we don't share a whole lot of our marriage per se, or underneath or foundation underneath. Yeah, yeah, he knows what, what connects those those fibers that really make our foundation so strong. And what do just because we don't want. About housewives. My husband drives me to these events because nine times out of ten, we're drinking and I live about an hour for most of these events, so I don't want to drink and drive. I never will. So I have Croix drive me. Why would I not? He's my husband and they made fun of them. They're like Kim's Uber's outside Kreuzer outside waiting for her, and it's like, he's my husband, you know. But again, so you try to tear down something my marriages, we're happy. We put work into our marriage, it works or successful at it, but you guys just try to tear it down. It's like, you know, it's always something you know, at the end of the day, that's why a lot of things we do keep to ourselves. And I think that you guys should try to do that as well. If you if you wanna -ccomplish something, keep it to yourself, keep it to yourself until it comes to fruition going in. You've had years and years and years of practice to be able to separate the negative self talk and not let it creep into your self doubt and not let it affect your your. And outcome, or what's your end goal is if you're new to this and if you're new and if you're trying to flip your life and get into that positiveness, definitely don't share that because you're, you don't have the strengths in the tools and the practice yet to be able to tune that stuff out. So it's really crucial for you. You guys, you're naturals at it now because you understand the difference between somebody who's trying to cut in and cut out and and bring you down because they don't want you to be successful and you understand what they're doing. You know their motives, you know what they're all about. And so you're able to to. Focused, I can. I can give in no names. I won't, but have people that were super successful and sabotage themselves and spent so much time trying to bring down others that they're sitting around with their finger up their ass right now and they have nothing going on. It's amazing when you when you have a good heart and you support people and encouraged people kind of how things work in your favor in your own life. Remember this, you guys what you put out, you get back double. So when you slander something, you start a negative. You know you start saying iphoto shot my kids. You start saying, I do this dumb shit, and I say this stuff and I, you make fun of my marriage. All of these things come. It's like a boomerang effect. It comes right back to you. Listen, I'll be honest. Sometimes I'll say to Cory, like especially during baseball, sweetie, like this is some bullshit cry. I'm so mad and I have to stop myself and say, you know what? Okay, Kim, just stop. It's called karma and let it roll like you have to. We're trying to do this thing in our house where for a month, we said three days and we failed. Brio night in because we love to just Chitty chat about like, oh my God. Did you see her dress on Instagram, like or just dumb shit, but not say anything bad about anybody for a month? Anything negative for one month? If you can do that, not if you catch yourself saying, oh my God. Did you see Susie cues, ugly ass hairstyle today, stop yourself before you even say it because what you say comes right back to you? Honestly. So I don't know if you guys have heard about this and this is I don't even know why just popped into my brain, but. There's been a study. Did we talk about this about the rice. Oh, yeah. Yeah, we talked about it. Okay. So we haven't done that study. We need to do that today. We haven't actually started it because we keep forgetting, but where you put rice in to Mason or whatever container you wanna do you cook, cook up, normal, white rice, rice guys, try this and tag me. KGB podcasts on social media when you guys do this and thirty days. So take cook rice, white rice and how you can have either two or three containers. One is the love container. One is the hey container, and then you could have one that you just ignore if he wanted to control. You don't do anything. Yeah, you don't. You don't have to have that one. They don't have to know. So you could just do a love and a hate jar, right? So put the rice in there every day. Talked to the one jar the love jar. I love you. You're so beautiful. You're so amazing. All positive self talk. Come over here to the negative jar and tell him you suck. I hate you. You're Dutta da da to cut your frustrating daily. Prostration on it. Yell at it. Do whatever you want to do. Right. And in thirty days. Come back and tell me what you see. It is unbelievable. It gets down to people even saying their hair, right, my hair. So a lot of times people's hair is indication of giving your power away to somebody else. That's what Angie must be counselor as said, always. So if you say, I love my long, beautiful hair, healthy head of hair like women's. I've read it everywhere, and it kind of when I started clicking on these rice experiments, and then one page lead to another led to another know that you guys. So the positive self talk. Like I love my hair. I love my hair. It's so long and beautiful. This lady's hair that was like so short and wouldn't grow for years is literally tour bra-strap Pluto. TV is a leading free streaming television service. Watch over one hundred TV channels and thousands of movies, on demand, all completely free. Pluto. TV never asks for a credit card. You don't even need to sign up to watch free Puto TV as easy and completely legal way to watch your favorite TV show in hit movies for free. What are you waiting for? Never pay for TV game by Dow. Downloading Pluto, TV. You can download a poodle TV for free on all of your favorite devices, including your phone, Roku, Amazon fire TV, Amazon TV, smart TVs, PlayStation in anywhere else you stream. So anyways, you guys because self talk is life changing? I know there's so many people. There's so much out there. There's enough for all of us. I think the limitations that we put on ourselves at times is just the fear of not being successful, not accomplishing what we set out to do because so. And so did it how many skin care lines I use this analogy yesterday on this very big call. I had yesterday how many skincare lines are there in this world? A gazillion. I just was like, you know what? I want to do this. I've own every skincare product in the world. I know what works. What doesn't work? I want to combine stuff adds takeaway stuff. And Kashmir is Ben knock on wood and much thanks to all of you so successful. I could have said to myself, like I did one day. There's just a lot of skin care lines. I don't know. But I said the hell with it, like I'm going for it. I'm doing this. This is my passion. This is my dream and it's been hugely successful. So I mean, I think that's a great analogy. Croix in Hardin, Montana making into the NFL playing for the same team for eight years. I mean, that's like unheard of. I feel like. Definitely rare. I mean, these are just really good analogies, and I think the reason why Koran I meshed so well is because we have very similar thought processes in our parents were never. They didn't discourage us from our dreams. They always just wanted us to have something to fall back on. I don't even think you necessarily have to have supportive parents, like I said, in order to believe in yourself. I think at this I always tell my kids, they believe in themselves, you know, I encourage them to the things that my parents didn't do that. I wish they did. I try to do with our kids and I think our kids will probably say my parents didn't do this, and I'm going to do this with my kids. It's all a process. We're all here learning, but definitely the negative self talk has to go. It is so detrimental to your health, your mind, your, your, your ability to succeed. It's gotta stop. It has to stop. Well, it's, you can. You can break it down to the to the simplest form of of what it isn't in. This is how can I see it is is don't give false attention if it's if it's false to your beliefs, if it's not in line with your beliefs or where you wanna go, then it's false to you. Don't give it attention whether it's a thought, whether it's somebody's voice, whether it's somebody's action, if it's false to you, don't give it attention and that won't blossom into more falseness. And if you're having the thoughts of like, I don't know if this positive thought process BS in your mind is be as if it doesn't work well, step back for a second reflect on your life and tell me that your thoughts haven't created where you're standing today, whether it's the, I don't want, or I'm scared of, or I don't or this, and that look step around taking a reflection of your life and tell me that your thoughts are what you've spoken, hasn't created where you're standing today, positive or negative look at your life, and if you're sitting somewhere where you're like, I don't like this. Did you know that not. Great. When you're standing Nicole, had sent me something on Ellen about a think. She's a makeup artists on Ellen has breast cancer, and she stopped and looked at the audience and said, listen, don't hold on to anger. You gotta let it go. It breeds inside of your body. Anger breeds. Look at me. I have breast cancer. I've had situations that. I mean, we very angry my life. Let it go. You guys have got to let it go the anger, the rage, let it go. It'll turn your life around Nicole's. A prime example of somebody who could have been really angry. I'm twenty six. I have perfect boobs. I'm getting. I'm having your breasts caught off as a woman at twenty six literally is like, I, I mean, again crushing it can be crushing instead. She said, okay, you know what? Take him. I don't want to risk anything. I want a long life here and I'll figure it out afterwards and she did and she's beautiful and everything. She's happy with where she's at, but it wasn't without her having one breast higher than the other for six months and all these other. So your thoughts, create your reality. You cannot think negative thoughts and live a positive life. All of you guys on that. Thanks so much for tuning into this episode of house of Kim. You guys don't forget to get your tickets for live podcast here in Atlanta, November fifteenth at seven. Oh, five, PM. 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House of Kim with Kim Zolciak
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The following program is brought to you by your friends at podcast. One. Football is my train for Spencer jeans complaint from me. Beverly Hills up the whole game is about to change. Now belonging, this is your way out from executive producer. Greg Berlanti comes the new show, inspired by the incredible true story. I'm asking you play for something bigger now because when you do you be unstoppable all American series premiere right after the season premiere of Riverdale tonight on the CW. It all starts at eight PM Riverdale followed by all American only in DC w fifty Washington CW. Podcast, one presents house of Kim with Kim, zodiac Bearman join Kim. Her husband and six children. She shares her journey to success and the positive mentality that brought her there come on in and make yourself at home. Now, here's your host, Kim Zoll Ceac Bearman. Guys welcome to house of Kim. How many podcasts have we done this far too many count. I like that feeling. Okay, great. We're on a great great role. Awesome though. I think we're at somewhere fifteen six, no, seventeen. Maybe seventeen. Now you guys know that Iran is going to turn seventeen on the seventeenth. All my gosh. That's third golden birth. Anyways, you guys? Okay. Lots of stuff to talk about this week. One thing I wanna talk about burst and we're really excited about it is we will be doing and starting our live podcast tour here in Atlanta, of course, where it all began for me. So it's only fitting that we started here, so so so exciting. I'm really, really excited you guys. It will be November fifteenth, which is eight. Thursday tickets will go on sale next week. I just want to give you guys a heads up because there are only three hundred and sixty tickets. There will be a me angry. So I get to mingle with you guys and Chitty chat. There will definitely be fan interactions. We can incorporate you guys in the lot podcast and you can just kinda see how it all goes down. Brio we'll be there. Tracy will be. There are yon. It's gonna be really fun. So to be a big family affair that we're really, really, really. Excited about two off the tour kicking off. The tour do New York and Texas. Chicago LA maybe LA for sure. There's a bunch of cities Houston, so anyway, very, very excited about that. So another weekend of baseball k. Jay received the game ball. He's obese. Did really, really good. He had hit two home runs to the fence. He had he caught like everything. Nothing went by him at first base. He did amazing stopping the ball at first base. He got like four outs just an all around, pray his, his best game this fall so far just I ask HA that day when he came home in the game ball, I wasn't able to attend cage as game because I was working. But as Caja, what did you pray for last night? And he's like that a ball wouldn't get past me and it didn't. So it was kind of funny. He's like, I asked for seven home runs, but I knew that wasn't realistic. It was very funny. So anyways, he's a beast. It was really fun, but they lost the team team is undefeated. They're not undefeated with integrity. That means it's not being, you know, I don't think that the most honest team in the league. Well, when they played played us, they're honest, I don't know, but the don't get all their all their little guys on that team are very, very good. I saw about five, six helmets. They get all like you have four all star players on your team red flag, but I'm not gonna get into that. That's the competitive side of me. We're going to keep it moving, but they gave them a fricken run for their money going into the sixth inning. We were tied to twelve. And then in the six we gave up all of our seven runs instead of stopping them and then and then we didn't get all seven of our. So I'm pretty sure core gets more pissed off in the boys lose a baseball game versus when he would lose in the NFL. So just see, I know we have been on fall break, which has been really fun. We going to fair on Monday. I had to make. Apart is calm. Tissue, did my makeup brielle's Arianna? We're gonna make it a family affair. We're going to the fair. I swear to you. Tisch did my lips. I look out the window and it is like a torrential downpour my phone's going nuts. It's Arianna. It's reality cagey from the house because I was in the salon above the garage hoots really. We were supposed to go Sunday. We're supposed to go Sunday. Oh, we got to talk to you about this guys. Yeah, trusted all colonoscopy. We'll get into that in a second supposed to go on Sunday, which we couldn't go and I'll get into why we couldn't go. We had a little -mergency this weekend, but anyhow, so it started to rain. So you know, the only way that I can really compare with the fairest food. Okay. So it's like, hey, do you guys want to go out to dinner? Where do you wanna go? And it was between Stony river Bahama breeze, which I haven't. I haven't been to Bama breeze and probably two years, but I used to work there. I opened that restaurant in Gwinnett county longer really maybe. Yeah. No, yeah. I think the last time we were there was with Regina Bill. Not the Regina Belle. My girlfriend. Regina Belle. Anyhow. Okay. So they we, we end up going to the melting pot which we haven't been in like a year, the manager gen that used to manage their moved to Knoxville, Tennessee. She actually manages melting pot there. So we really haven't gone anyways. It was fantastic. I love the one, a man. So you guys Norma germaphobe everything to be perfect presentation has to be perfect in your cooking, your own food. It's fondue. So like the kids love it. We love to like a whole bread myself. Anyway, it was really great. We had a great time. And then yesterday we went to the apple orchard because caches class was went to the apple orchard did on a field trip. Apple, either month or week or a couple of weeks during school, and they do like apple recipes. They learn about apples and the importance of them and how the whole, the whole thing about Apple's. It's like a whole little curriculum segment in their school. Right? So mentors, the end they go, they're supposed to go to this apple orchard. Right? And they did, yeah. Cash says, mom, dad, I'm not going to apple orchard, and I'm like, we're like, oh yeah, you are. Gary will have a choice. He said, no, there's going to be Bs there and other kids are freaking out and I don't wanna get snuggle. Do you remember how I told you about the birthday party where everybody got stung and it was like a big hoopla just a few short weeks ago? Yeah, just a few short weeks ago so I couldn't make them go. So we ended up staying home him in like six other kids. So we made it a field trip ourselves. We got with our neighbors and Tracy, and so it was really, really fun. I love apple cider. I love apples. I love the whole experience. Jay re. It's an l. j. Georgia, it's about an hour from our house. Really cool places got a petting zoo. They have. You can touring take a little horse and care dry through the orchard. You can try their apple cider. You can obviously eat. They have tons apples. They're for sale. One of my memories growing up was picking apples at Johnny Appleseed up north in Connecticut. I loved it. It was like we did it every single year. So I love to do this with our kids anyhow, but those poor class where they were. So they were so petrified sixties. They had to tell them that obviously, there's a colony of bees that live around the orchard help pollinate the trees. And so that's that's all part about learning about the Appalachian, the cheese in like the kids faces. I'm sure this white when they heard about, I'm sure six lily half the class didn't go because they had the horrible experience with the little night wanted to go on the field trip. This is before the birthday party. And so the teacher said, listen, there's a lot of parents at one attend this field trip. So we're just gonna. Put a name and a hat. Basically, you know, to be fair and pull the names out well, we didn't get our names pick. So I was like, oh, well, it's okay. We'll just drive ourselves enjoying the field trip. He's like, well, the problem is there's not enough seats on like the tour wagon on the wagon. So it was like, oh, man, all normal little freaky about, you know, my kids leaving the house as it is to go to school, and now they're going to get on a bus and cash it. I'm not getting under the bus either. Like I don't wanna ride a bus and gauges like you've never even bet on a damn bus. So anyways, you guys filming Dombi tardy baseball, dance traveling. When I need healthy, fuel bass. I know exactly where to turn daily harvest daily harvest livers, perfectly proportioned cups of frozen organic fruits and vegetables directly to your door. 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My iron was low. It's like every ninety days like clockwork. I have to go and get iron Ivy. Because I'm so anemic. They don't know why my body doesn't hold iron. They have no idea. And my hematologist who's like a super genius says, listen, we just don't know genetic thing, but I've tested negative for sickle cell. I mean, every kind of blood disorder, including factor, which is a clotting disorder tested negative. For that, I'm tested negative for every thank God blood disorder. There is my body just doesn't hold onto iron. I don't eat any meat. Read me. So I'm sure that maybe plays a role, but I get iron from other sources. But anyhow, so I had to get my iron at the hospital which was uneventful. Uneventful, typical usual, it's routine now love this new iron. They're giving me anyways. It's like so good and work. So good Arianna had to have it last month. And I think because her periods are so heavy that anyhow. Okay. So we come home uneventful. And I'm sitting in the kitchen talking to Tracy, Corey comes into the kitchen, doesn't really say anything and casually says, no, yes, you did. I was. I was looking for my phone because I needed a light. I needed my flashlight. I didn't have my phone on me because I was back in on our bedroom. So I walked through the kitchen and I already doing and I'm like, maybe looking for my phone or something. But then I said, I said, come here, whatever the whole kitchen full kitchen people. So he said, come here. And so we're kind of walking back to the master and he's like, why would I have blood in my stool? And I'm like, what about freaked out? Well, yeah, I was not prepared for what I was about to see y'all. It was not just a little bit. It was a lot and I hope it doesn't right graphic. No, I'm not going to just ride the whole. I'm just saying that it wasn't a drop. Right. Okay. You guys. So. So the only reason why I'm sharing this would share everything we do. I feel like sharing this with you guys because you know a, I want you guys understand that anytime that you see bought in your soul, it's never a joke. It could be something as minor as a hemorrhoids or as big as the big c. I mean, could you never ever ever ever see or something? It's a warning sign for something. I can't stress this too. You guys enough. And so I'm going to share this story with you so that maybe I can again, my goal doing this podcast is always help everybody else and try to help you guys. And so I'm gonna explain a this whole thing. Okay. So I'm in the bathroom. I'm like, holy shit. This isn't normal. I call Emory hospital. I call not the actual like ER. Also normally normally use the restroom in pop up and go by my day. I don't. I don't like turn around and look and inspect or whatever, but something just felt off in Kim's all you look. And I said, well, I don't really know what made me look. I just. For whatever reason something felt different or it didn't. It wasn't any pain. I'm not in any pain and ever was, you know there's no cramps. I'm never. There was no other sign attached to this other than just this. It was so weird but so. Something felt just different or maybe just a little voice, his or my intuition and I just I just happen to let kind of take a little peek. And I was like enough is there. I thought it was tomato sauce because we had. Mass, but anyways, so I call the car. We're going to the yard, and I said, guys, like, no, we're not. So I call our doctor our primary care doctor and she's like, yeah, you know, if you guys want to go to the, he'd be seen obviously right away and it'd be a lot quicker than having to wait also called down to some peeps at Emory hospital that I know and said, hey, I need appointment right now with the doctors. So within an hour, we were down at Saint Joseph's Hospital meeting with a GI doctor to discuss everything brought the poop with me because I'm a freak and I wanted them to see it and look at it not the whole thing. Just a sample, this gross, I put it in a little whole food. So. I'm so extra and I'm like, so we meet with the doctor and she's like, well, I want to do an external exam, not happening and I'm like, you are going to be cooperative. So we'll so I was asking all the questions I said. Like, you know, she socio scrubbing could be an internal, but it could be an external ham, ROY that could be polyps. It could be all these other things that could be. And she says, you know, ultimately, she said what they're awesome blood. We'll see if something's going on your blood different counts or whatever. See if something's off. I said, great. And she's, that's simple. And she then proceeds, I think he's dying, right? You guys like, I'm like, oh my God. I'm like, literally, my heart is being out of my chest. I'm about to throw up. I canceled most of my day. We immediately drive which to get crying the car to go. The doctors is like winning the lotto. It's like, you know, like the odds are like zero. Why can't we just wait for another one. She's like. Wait to take another shit. There's blood again. If we don't, we'll, you're bleeding from somewhere and it's not typical. It's not normal for your asshole. The belief I'm just saying anyhow. So the doctors really cool associated describing all these things. And so she's like, she says, I can do a visual exam here and and saw like well, well, well. Well, no, but my philosophy or my thought process, well, because she says, ultimately any to draw, but, but you need to get a colonoscopy, right? So that's going to tell everything. And I said, well, I said, what about I said? Because everything you're describing other than the big c will correct itself. Right. And I asked her, I said, it will it'll handle itself. There's nothing we can do about it. We might give you some medicine like help it along or give you some stare. But ultimately, yes, there's no surgery require, there's they'll, they will heal themselves. So I said, well, then then won't be able to see the external and the internal and the colonoscopy. And she's like, yeah. Okay. Well, then we'll do the external then. What I'm saying? Listen, if it's just a ham, Royd like I need to know feel his asshole in shower before we left. I was like, I wanna just ma'am Croix. They're going to let her look so that I can have a good weekend. Nope, he refuses to let her and I'm like, you're just being dipped your dog on patient. That'll be to exempt. So she says, okay, well, let's get a colonoscopy. Can we do it like right now she's like, no, you have to like crap. You just can't do it right now. Like by the way, obviously have a nursing degree. I haven't worked as a nurse in many years, but I've retained all my most of my information born. It comes to my family. I know nothing. I forget everything and I know nothing when it comes to my family, it's like I never ever went to nurse. I just think the worst, you know. So I'm like, well, surely we can just get a cost. I mean, stick 'em up there cleaning obviously go much farther with. So anyway, there was some preparation involved Emory hospital. The bomb gets the appointment for Monday morning at nine AM right little little bit of an emergency with some with the blood. It's just a standard fifty year old. Colonoscopy just turned thirty three, very odd, but yet not listen, you guys, I was reading online after this and all weekend about people and having the big c at twenty six twenty eight thirty five. You're not invincible to any of it. At this point. You know a lot of things until you are world is changing these. These, these normal standards that we live with as far as what normal range should be for blood things or normal age range for colonoscopy or breast exam or whatever. There are so many different things that we're putting in our bodies and so much pollution in this world. In so many ways, we process our food. Those age ranges. I feel like need to be adjusted because we're, we're exposing our bodies too so much different thing. The radiation of of all this technology floating around in the radio, I'm telling you it's going to affect the human race. It's it's inevitable. It's I'm telling it is so you know, if you feel like something off, trust you intuition and go figure out as much as I did not want to do it. I knew that I had to because I was getting a warning sign in to it off before I let it fester into something that could be way more significant. Listen to your body gossip. Definitely stress that enough. So anyhow, we were supposed to go to the fair on Sunday, but I didn't realize how involved this call NAS. Oscar was right. Corey basically gets so Societe night, Bush off my dinner till like nine o'clock records because you can't eat the following day, put up push off my dinner, go to bed, wake up, Kenny. He can't be basically has Clorox bottle without the Clorox label size bottles gallon gallon and a half of some thick maple syrup. Consistency type, clear fluid that he has to drink all day long. He can only have clear liquids. He can have chicken broth, but that's it. No foods doesn't look like Kim Nicole. Auspey are going to be in the future because me without food is like, it's not happening. So anyhow, he did great, but he. Started to get a headache by the end of the night. I mean, your body doesn't have any food and you're just excuse my French. You're shitting all day. Okay. So all day long. Let your moving like water. You're moving something because they want your coal and completely clean so that they can obviously look at everything. If it's not completely clean, then you gotta do all you have to do it again and then the wall anyway. So it's like Croix just just a little piece of bread did kill nobody. He's like, no, I'm not doing it. So he went from being like a very honoree patient on Friday. I'm not letting check as asshole to following all the directions for this call, NAS CPM Monday. So any out he does, well, we get up go to the hospital. They take came with me or whatever. I have to meet my cardiologists early. Hadn't appointment me my cardiologists for my one year checkup or whatever. So I had my point. So they scheduled corey's colonoscopy around that. He has a Knauss copy talking about poop is like so uncomfortable. I don't know. I think I'd rather have a baby or something. And I said to just like on Friday, when we left the hospital, I said, just want to look at your ask, what's the big deal? And then I said, you know, I guess since I had Brielle I just it's like I'm wide open like whatever here you go. Like I'm here, you know, after one baby, I feel like all your modesty kind of goes out the window. So it's like just bend over a letter, look for aches. Obviously, obviously that's an awkward situation. Like even though like. Dr looking up at my vagina for nine months out of the year for pregnancies is what you call situation. You have no choice, right? I had another choice that they could do the external at the internal. So yeah, but I just had a stomach ache all weekend thing, and then he was dying. So anyhow, long story, short, Craig, physical, NAS, we, the doctor comes in and she says she found internal hemorrhoids. Nothing else Cohen looks great. No polyps, no, nothing. She went all the way into all the way through the intestine to the opening to the small intestine and anything all his healthy always good. So it was like I took a big like deep breath and was extremely thankful was fun. Well, okay, cocky, but I'm just saying you never knew never know me. I'm just immediately go into overdrive when something happens like if cash as a cut on his hand or cage air something. I'm just think the worst ways. Meaning always prepared. I try to prepare myself for the worst aren't even know if you can. But anyways, we're very, very thankful, but I'll tell you what you guys Aucoin Oscar de Niro. They recommend them for women. I think it's fifty. Fifty minutes. Forty minute a wow minute forty. Because I think the, they also checked the prostate which is pushes the thing for men forty going forward just so you don't have any issues that, right, I think so. Anyway, it's fifty two. I don't know, but he guys the corn auspey. It wasn't that bad wasn't. You went to the worst like the doctor said prior to getting schedule stuff. She the worst part is the day before and she's exactly right. You're hungry. The drink in the stuff is not very pleasant. It's a lot. Tralee like the up drink, at least a gallon of it within a five hour span the day before that. I mean, it was intense, but the procedure is self is fine. They put me, they put you to twilight sleep. You not fully to sleep but you were asleep. Yeah. Like I don't remember anything. Yeah. So Christ when he went to when they put him to sleep, his face was like on fire, and he told the guy like, hey, man, my face is on fire and he basically it was like, you're okay. And I said to keep probably gave you triple that does. So Michael Jackson drug because he's like this two hundred fifty. Five. Five man is not gonna wake up my ass with this camera is asked. Okay. So he's I mean, can you imagine if Corey woke up during this procedure? So we probably like triple dose, you good night Mr.. I can't risk your big ass. Waking up with those size muscles in my ass. Right. So he probably gave you a lot. No. So yeah. So I went sleep and then they go up and said, you're done, and we've got some pictures to take home of his internal athletes nuts. Now we can make joke about it. I'm such so right, but so yeah. So she said she said, the blood ninety, nine percent. Sure. She did a couple of biopsies just to make sure nothing else was going on as far as you, I don't know, like some sort of like Krones or something like just see what let's test for normal cells. My love. I don't know anyways, but I'm sure they'll be fine. She didn't seem concerned about that either, but she was so nice again, you know, like I feel like talking about this talking about doing number two, whatever is just like awkward and weird and something that nobody wants to address or talk about by the way, had another stool with blood in it, and that was the day. And that was he'd hasn't had any sense even when he was drinking all of that stuff. But I, you know again, so she said, so she said it came from, I think it should to maybe Reggie stopped. She found two places where internal noise you don't feel you never feel any pain with them. She said, what can happen is is, but it will all gets you guys just to give you, you know. So I started googling everything because it was a bleed in the GI track. It would be darker in the stool and. This was bright, bright red, like a chair. So we knew we knew it came from the lower intestine versus the upper intestine or the stomach. Track that. So I mean, you guys, the information is out there to Google it, but anyways, take care of yourself. You only have one body that's all you have. I don't take anything lightly. I get everything looked at even if I may feel a little crazy. I still go and get it looked at. I wanna be and you want to be your healthiest that you can be, which is going to, you know, hopefully extend your life with all the chemicals, the hormones that they put in food nowadays. I mean, you really have to be on top of your body. We're going to talk about our golden nugget and a little bit, and it's about chlorophyll. I don't know if you guys are familiar with it. I wasn't until probably about a year and a half ago and this will we're talking about chlorophyll to just kind of go hand in hand with his NAS copy and keeping everything cleaned out of there because you don't want that toxin sitting in your intestines. And I mean, compromise compromise the wall of your intestines. And when that's compromise, you know things start to happen cells start to morph you, Philip normal cells. You. Get polyps and things like that. So still here still podcast. One is going to title this podcast. I, I don't title these podcasts you guys. I just speak about them. And then we have a guy by the name of Jeff, who's really funny, right, Jeff does it and he comes up with these titles and it's almost like a really cool funny game for us to see what he's titled these podcasts because we love it so much. And so I don't know what this one is going to be titled, but I'm ready for it. Let's talk about one of my favorite brands in the world Babb fit fund. If you guys don't already know what it is. It's a seasonal box with full-size beauty, fitness and life style products. Getting your fun box in the mail is literally like having your birthday four times a year. I'll never forget the feeling. I got the first time I opened baffled fund. It was so exciting, so exhilarating and what's so crazy is each box there after has been just as exciting there. Fall box is epic. It has products like vegan leather, Vince Komodo a cheaper or coffee press glam global masks of beauty blender, which I think we. All us every day. 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I mean, I would have definitely pulled Croix bias teeth had he been a little more difficult, but he was like, started to try to scare them with my words like Croix and he finally guys going to the doctor. Like I mean, it is pulling teeth. I don't know if it's because we have babies. I don't know what it is about women, but we tend to obviously go more than others. But anyways, you guys, let's talk about commitment to anything to to creating your dreams to your body to whatever you automatically commit to something. If you really want it enough, you don't even have to think about it. You just jump right into it. If there's a movie, you wanna see it takes effort for you to commit to it to go to the theater and see it. When you fall head over heels in love, you can't stop yourself from committing to seeing the other person. These are just some examples. Leered Hamilton knows about commitment. You guys, he is a big wave surfer. He's married to Gabrielle Reece if you need inspiration to strengthen your commitment and you can watch video layered, Hamilton committing to ride one of the world's deadliest ways at t. I think it says how you pronounce it anyways, it's on the southwest coast of Tahiti. It's the heaviest wave in the world t apu's producers, consistent burn ways as high as twenty. One b. In thick as a building. Can you imagine waves? Yes, that's consistent. That's not you around. That's not swells over extremely shallow and razor sharp reefs the only way to serve tea apu's when it is that big is to be towed out on the back of a jet ski and released at speed. It was not until there had to let go of the tow rope that he saw the magnitude of the double walled monstrous wave rising up behind him. He had to make split-second decision whether to commit to ride the wave or not had leered and I hope I'm pronouncing his name right, not made the commitment to ride the wave. It was unlikely he would have survived the mountain of water and treacherous reef below. Instead Laird Hamilton broke the boundaries of what is possible and made surfing history. There's something about deciding that whatever you have at the moment is enough to do whatever it is you need to do if you're always thinking you're missing one more thing, if you think I have to have this in order to do this in order to that you're waiting for the right time. There is no right time. The right time is never in the future. It is now and example. He's a great example. I mean he had he put himself on physician though where you have no choice. Like I'm going to ride this wave. This is a dream of mine. I'm going to do it, but you get out there and it's like. I don't know about this, but he but he accomplished obviously his mission anyway. Sorry, got off subject with and your commitment is acute, open doors to your dreams. That will never happen the other way around until you make a commitment, you will only see walls. All of a sudden you're presented with the guys in the universe provides. It's just like the great saying when the student is ready, the teacher will appear. So his goal was to ride this wave. He's ready to do it and everything kind the line itself. I have a really cool story that we'll talk about surfboards here in a minute and kind of how. How this story came to fruition. The lady that wrote the secret Rhonda it was about her daughter's boyfriend, so, but to think what's really, really important here is that we spoke about it a little bit last week on a podcast, and we said Oprah Winfrey set. Her biggest frustration is that people want instantaneous success. They wanna snap their fingers and beyond that big wave and had that success and notoriety, but leered or layered how we pronounce it put years and years of practice and. I have this written like a seat, it takes time to plan. It doesn't happen overnight. We've forgotten that we have to earn it. We're in this instant gratification. That's where we are in, give it to me now. And by the way, I don't have to do anything for it. Just just give it to me basically is kind of the mentality of a lot of it is and dreams earned earned. If it hasn't happened yet, just keep trying kind of the thing. I think just with social media and insta- car like I want, you know what I wanna make pasta tonight is insecure mood. It's that simple. Now there's a new app that you can order stuff from the convenience store, fifteen over fifteen hundred items and get it within seconds. Like literally, there is no card for your goals, your dreams. Unfortunately, that is not been made. I know maybe we should come up with. We'd be zillionaires right when we see someone filed dreams, we can get to the mistaken idea that they must have just had privileges to be able to do it. In fact, it happens the other way around. It's when you decide to take the leap into this journey that the privileges come. When you commit to your dream, it's as though any person who can help you with your dream is seven by the university right there for you. Everything you need at the exact time you need it. It's literally so crazy. When you set your mind to something and you're all in it, like feet hands the whole bodies in it. This is what you're going to do. You're committed to how many things actually pan out for you. Literally is not without ease. Why you looking at me cream Lincoln? You know, you're like looking at me criminal thinking, let me tell you the story about Rhonda the commitment in in the universe basically. But through commitment is like you have to understand is true commend there's no plan b. but we're gonna get into Will Smith what he thinks about that too. He's really cool anyways, sub staring at me. Your soul stop staring at me. No, stop sneering at me infatuated. Okay. No, my God that they say that dies after two years. I highly doubt it. Okay. So this is anyways my, this is her story. My daughter's boyfriend had a secure and safe job. He knew if he worked really hard at his job over fifteen years, he would gradually climb the corporate ladder within the organization. But this job was far from his bliss. He did work really hard, but only so that he could do what he loves to do more than anything else in the world which is surfing. So this young adult made a big decision. He decided he was going to follow his bliss, which I think again, talked to you guys about this in the past is very, very important over seven. For months, he lay down plans to leave the corporate world and began his dream of shaping surfboards true to his word. He resigned on the exact day. He committed himself to with nothing, but a dream and his commitment to it. Here's what the universe lined up for him. This is mind blowing you guys, energy story a successful local shaper. Let him come and watch his shape, watch him shape surfboards. He was given free shaping lessons from another shaper who showed him how to make some shaping tools to save even more money. A graphic designer helped him with his logo for his new business, free of charge. Surf supply store. Gave him wholesale prices on items he needed. He was given a quit lights and shelving from his dad set up shaping studio. He was offered free rent on a space studio, which has the most breathtaking views of the ocean, California coast anyone could ever dream of having. And wherever he goes, people are constantly asking him to shape surfboard for them. All of this happened, you guys in two weeks that's the summoning on the power of the universe. When you make a commitment to your dream and the quote unquote privileges that were rain down upon you when you follow your bliss, if you have a dream, do not make plan b. Will Smith said that if you have plan be, you're going to end up at plan b. You need to be all in planning. All your love, all your faith, all your energy and all your determination. You can give yourself a reassuring safety net in your mind by knowing that no matter what happens, they'll be all right. But if you seriously create a plan b, you at being you risk that being the plan that use of consciously mind materializes give all of your attention and focus on plan a. and that's going to be what you materialize. When you tried walking as a baby, you fell down hundreds of times when you first tried to feed yourself, you put food in your eye cheek ever, but your mouth learning how to talk was a long journey full mistakes, but you never once considered giving up determination is part of your very nature. It's enu you can find it again if you've lost it. If you have a brain desire for your dream and you'll have all germination, you need to make it a reality. There will be days when you feel down. There'll be days when you doubt yourself or when you can't even feel you can do it. Are you staring at me? Oh my goodness. I'm listening to you. Burning desire when the news a very powerful force over is any temporary feeling of wanting to give up and provides you with a commitment and determination that cuts through any difficulty. You may encounter determination also arises out of the belief in yourself. When you believe in yourself, you naturally have determination, coaches, and personal trainers have a positive impact on us because they continually continuously tell us that we can do better. We can do it and they urge us every step of the way their believing us makes us believe we can achieve our dreams. And when we believe we have the determination to achieve anything, you can be your own coach. You can urge yourself on with your positive self talk, tell yourself you can do it that you've triumph and far tougher times that you've gotten what it takes that you made a commitment to success of your dreams is in your hands and you. YouTube will be Torius. Your subconscious mind will hear every word you say, and then you will do it. Dreams are like seeds. Like I said, and I wrote this down and I said it and I'm gonna say it again. It takes time to plant. It does not happen overnight. We've forgotten that we have to earn it. Where in this instant gratified. Give it to me now. And by the way, I don't have anything to do to get it. Just give it to me and dreams are earned their earned. If it hasn't happened yet, keep trying. It's not going to happen overnight. It's just not. It doesn't mean like I told you a story in two weeks. This guy decides he wants to shape surfboards happen. Everything fell like there's quicker manifest manifest Thurs then there are others. I'm quick manifester. That's just me. That's my nature. That too. I am not don't think everybody has that ability manifests that quickly. He manifests in two weeks every single tool that he needed. Right, but he didn't. He didn't get to his goal in two weeks. Right, right, right. So the universe will give you. They give you pretty quick milestone them. I give you a pretty quick goal. You might wake up the next morning and have a big piece to your puzzle, but they're not gonna give you the grand picture or the puzzle completed the next day that takes determination that takes. All the things that you like you're saying. So we, there's, they're smaller goals that are achieved along the way to the bigger ultimate goal. Right, right. If you feel like you're done, you're done because that's hopeless. We don't wanna ever get to the point where we're totally hopeless. 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You'll have experiences days when for whatever reason you feel down in every simple thing feels like such a huge effort and no, you're waiting through mud with every step on those days. You'll probably feel like you had very much or any differentiation. You will also have experiences days when you feel incredibly happy energize. I mean, just on top of the world and you could achieve anything. Well, that joyful blissful feeling is one of the highest and most powerful human emotions you have because with it, not only feel invincible, you are invincible when you're of joy. You're also full of determination because from the perspective of joy, everything seems easy, seek your joy, follow your bliss, and you'll find all the termination you need to achieve your dreams. You know, people ask me about Kashmir collections in how I started this company and how it all came to fruition. And it wasn't with out help number one, and I had a vision of doing awesome care and helping out my first goal. Was women that were pregnant because I didn't get any stretch marks some genetics, some as the stuff. I felt like I was slathering all over my body twice a day when I was pregnant with the twins, I thought, for sure. Oh my God. When I have stretch marks, how can you grow to humans? I could barely walk when I grew just one human, so to humans and own my gosh is going to be not so crane. I started making. We add coconut oil vitamin all sorts of stuff on the stove that we would slather on my body. Well, after that, I didn't get any stretch marks. Thank God and I decided I really want to help other women to avoid stretch marks if they can also the more moisturizer you are the less likely your skin is to tear per se stretch too far. It has less ity it. Right, right. And some of the products that you use can increase your elasticity. I mean, again, genetics play a role, but so I was doing dancing with the stars and Tim, my business partner came to watch me and. We were sitting in my trailer and he's like, what? She like your passion. We were just like shooting the ship. Let's your passion. I was like, oh my God. I want to do a skin care line. He's like, oh, that would be great. And I explain this exact story to them. He's like, let's do it. And I was like, should we do it? And he's like, let's do it. Well, just a few short months later, I was in California meeting with chemists at certain labs and and creating Kashmir. We had a different name for it, but it was already taken in. The guy won a quarter million dollars just to have the website and we're like, okay, moving on. So I wanted your skin to feel like Kashmir. Obviously, I named it after cash for those of you don't know that and the toning oil was born basically. And now we have a gazillion other products which has been such a blessing. I appreciate and thank you for all of your support, but the toning oil just was a lying off the shelves. It's still does it still our number one seller. The scent is amazing, headaches, most sense. So that's why I created this fabulous sent who've come out with so many other products, but you know, Tim does the day to day he, I do all the packaging on all the products and talk with the chemists. I, I'm the creator behind the products with the chemists and all the packaging in Tim runs the day to day the returns, which there's very few of thank God, but the shipments and the warehousing space and all that good stuff. So we're. Team, Tim, and Kim. But you know, it wasn't without some little mountains. We had to climb, you know, there was some other issues with the name and some labs, the formula? Yeah, some labs and the formulas weren't right. And when I picked out the Senate wasn't actually the scent that they ended up making initially, and I knew it was a different scent. And so you know, it wasn't an has been without a little bit of a struggle. I should say it hasn't been all that that hard either. I believe in Kashmir I want to provide the best products and here's the thing you guys, let's be honest, how many skin care product lines are there out there a gazillion right competitive. And I had somebody say to me last week, she was a winner on one of our Facebook lives. I wasn't sure how your products we're going to be. You know, I just figured you slapped her name on something and you know a, she must not have been watching me for very long because I think most people know that I would never do that. I've had ample opportunity to slap my name on anything and just won't and and haven't. But you're so now Jabbour about the products. I love your products. Thank you so much, and I thought, holy shit, I bet you think like I just slapped my name on your just kind of like a, I guess, a promoter, right, or doors or for you actually own the company your company. Right. So I found that very interesting because that's never totally occurred to me that somebody would think that, but yet I totally understand it because people do it all the time. So also I wanna let you guys know that another fan. Emailed in to Kim's Ceac. She had breast cancer fairly young and she can't shit some of her lymph nodes removed when she had her breast removed. And she brought the toning oil couple of other products to her oncologist because she can't use very many products because of her lymph nodes missing. And what have you and her on colleges said that the Tony oil, one hundred percent approved every product that was in it. She was so excited because she loves the smell of it, which I thought was really cool. You guys. Anyhow. Yeah. So Kashmir. Yes. Tim had this vision. I want to create a great line, a huge line. I want to be successful at it. I would be lying Juve I didn't tell you like. There's a million other companies out there. You know, it really is. I just, we just went for it core totally behind it. He helped me create like the k. for Kashmir. When fifty five thousand caves before I like the Kate, it's actually on the bottle that's helped busing. I am. Korea, help me pick out the sense and and you can see again, some of this on don't be tardy. I think it was like season five, which was just two years ago. You guys, we've sold millions and millions of dollars. It's been so successful. I love that. I'm able to weekly giveaways on my Facebook live and on my Instagram and give back to you guys because I appreciate your support. You guys can also join the Kashmir community on Facebook. We'll be adding everybody after this podcast today. So head over there in join. Now. That's where you get the first to know about the new products that are coming out when they're coming out and all that good stuff. But anyhow, anyhow, Kashmir has been so successful among all these other brands amongst all the other quote, unquote competition we've prevailed. So that's just a prime example that if you think you have an idea, there's so many other people that do this or I can't even bullshit. It's like Coca Cola and Pepsi. Well, I think I think the biggest thing is you gotta feel a tug, right? You've got to feel that internal tug telling you, hey, go this way or do this or go this direction. If you're passionate about something, if you just something clicks one day and you're like, damn, I should do that. That's a tug. That's the universe. Pulling on your heart saying, hey, let's head this direction. We're gonna start heading this way. You know, listen to it and then you know. Kim said, it's, it's. There is a process. It's not gonna. You're not gonna snap your fingers and have the huge million dollar company overnight. It's, you're going to have small goals, incremental goals that you're gonna reach and you're gonna keep building and you're gonna get there, but ultimately understand that you're gonna you're gonna reach. Some struggles or you may reach a point where you're like, panic, should I do this? Or this is this sucks, or whatever that the universe is giving you an opportunity to strengthen the muscle that it requires to live a life of manifestation in a life of going the direction that you want to go. If think of it as a muscle, you can't get in the gym tomorrow and get on the spin bike. If you've never worked out in your life and thank you're gonna bike, thirty miles and have a body like a super model. It's not going to happen. Does doesn't work. Bill goes morals once and running around the golf course here would give me a body Victoria's Secret models. Right. Well, I do when I'm running. I tell myself, you look like a pictorial secret, but every day you do that right everyday, you start looking every. You're going to get there, but you can't go in the gym and expect to bench four hundred pounds. If you never mentioned your, here's another build those muscles. So positively and your mind, and the way you think is a muscle. You have to build it. You have to strengthen you have to really work at it. And so by working at it, the universe is giving you an opportunity to practice the discipline that it takes to move forward through things. You have to have crazy amounts of discipline. You're gonna get tempted to do to eat pizza or or to go this other route, maybe easier or just take a day off or whatever, but the truly successful people in the people that are are kicking. But in this day and age have very, very good discipline, but they've trained that discipline, they've built that muscle. They've, they know that I think that you have more disciplined than me in the corner squeezer prime example because I would've said to hell with it and he in some pizza. But so I do think there's people that have more disciplined and others that are. Strengthening totally strengthen it. I think really easy way to continue to push through some of the struggles is to what is your end goal? Like I love Turkson Keiko love to go to the beach. It's our happiest place. Mine crows our children, love it. So my goal is always the beach, my goals, the beach, having, you know, what are you laughing at. Like my mind, your life goes. Yeah, what makes me happy? Right? What I think about when I'm irritated with something or it's a struggle for the day, I'm like, Turks and Keiko's baby. Hell no, we're going to keep pushing through because I want to go there. I want to buy a house there. I wanna have a huge house on the water. That's amazing that I can go to on the link of an I. That's my long term goal is to have a house and Geico's. This is one of many, but inter Keiko's that we can have our kids come to our grandkids someday, and that's my goal. And so honestly, like that's my motivating factor other than of course, the obvious my husband, my children, you know, all these other things, but I tend to go to my place of peace, which is the beach. The beach is very cleansing to my soul. I make a lot of my big decisions when I'm at the beach, relax at the beach. I just, I literally burns in my soul to beach, makes me so damn happy blinds. Glor- does one thing they do it better. Then anyone trust me from my own experience. They create one hundred percent customer nutrients Bill to your exact measurements down to every little. Detail there more than a blinds. I'll in a big box store. They're the blinds experts blinds glor- dot com has covered over two million windows and counting, and they make it easy to get completely custom products that you will love. 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Like if you wanna buy a new car, if you wanna buy new house, if you want to whatever your goal may be, I find. Pull from from your dreams. Your visions go to that place like, you know what I'm going to keep pushing through. You know, an example of Kashmir was or is that I didn't like any there. There was nobody really neat land Georgia that I wanted to assist in making my products. They were all in Los Angeles, California, all of my products are cruelty free and made here in the United States. That was another big goal of mine. I didn't want my stuff being made in other countries so that way I could monitor them and make sure all of my labs. I also wanted to be approved by the FDA and they are. So again, it was there in California was four and a half hour flight for me. You know, I had just had a stroke. I had talked to him about Kashmir prior to having a stroke, just a couple of weeks. So when I had the stroke and I landed from California and then had the stroke, I thought, well, now what now, how the hell am I going to get to Los Angeles to meet with the chemists? Do the formulas. This is a paint. You know, I just went to that place of. Like this isn't happening for a very short amount of time, and then I swapped my cardiologists about it all the precautions that we have to take in order for us to fly or order for me to fly even to this day for the rest of my life hydration key. We've talked about that. When flying. But anyhow, there were, there were definitely struggles are things the way Tim always encouraged through all of it. Like, let's just keep pushing through, you know. And so we've changed labs a couple of times, all of them FDA approved chemists. We want the very best we've continued to grow. I wanna glass packaging from the jump for Kashmir. I wanna glass bottle everything and Tim's like, Kim, we can't. It's just, you know, he's the rational mind when it comes to things. We don't sacrifice on the product, the integrity of the product ever. We never will, but Kim glass bottles, we can't right now shipping figure how to ship glass bottles. We can't do glass bottles with guests can get there doesn't mean we can't get there. Well, guess my you guys, the perfectionist, which is the miracle anti aging serum that we just came out with two weeks ago is in a glass bottle. I am so excited. It's taken two plus years to get glass bottles and be able to get to that place. They're not cheap. They're very expense. The bottle is also darken colors that doesn't compromise compromise the integrity of the product. And so that's just, you know, you guys, I hope that you hear me when I tell you this, nobody. Said here. Here you go, Kim, you know, every day. And so I've worked with the chemist. We've shift back and forth. FedEx's become our best friend shift, everything back and forth. So we have an awesome assistant Mel that works, Tim's assistant who has helped make it all possible and all the pieces. Now we have like huge office in California. Alexis opens the doors for us. It's amazing and super exciting, but it's taken time. It's a process. It's a great example of trusting the process staying, you know. You know. Saying on track, not taking the easy way out or whatever to compromise the company and the brand. And so we could only come out with Tonio initially initially because it is such an expensive product to make it as Tam new oil in it, which is very expensive. But I was held on having it in the Tony. So we only came out with the twenty first. That's all. We started with guys head over to Kashmir collections both with a k. and see all the products that we have now much thanks to all of you guys, but it's just a little story and a little background on Kashmir and how you know there. It was not like without triumphant tribulations. Now we have two hundred eighty plus always and incredible customer service team. It's something that I'm extremely proud of and still can't believe it's real. I still can't believe it's real and I hope I feel that way the rest of my life because you never wanna get too cocky or too comfortable. Right. So again, think of those examples. You can Google all day long. You know the people that are being they have turn on the TV and somebody's successful somebody just road the biggest wave player or or somebody just won the Super Bowl six times, Tom Brady five times in those people did not just not their fingers wake up one day and see themselves in that position. They put in Tom Brady, they put in so much time in work, but it wasn't. It wasn't necessarily difficult processor. It was difficult at times throughout the process, but they committed and they were disciplined to stay the course. You have to strengthen your discipline. You have to strengthen your mind to to get there, and it's simple set a small goal, a small goal that you know you can reach in Bill jet confidence. To build your mind, build that muscle and before you know it, your mind will be bench and four hundred pounds. Not one hundred, twenty five or skin in the gym. Your mind will be able to run the marathon. It's not going to die out halfway through, it'll it'll win the, it'll win the race. That's how these these people that you see all of a sudden on Instagram or all the successful trust me. Nobody got there by snapping their fingers unless they were born into it. Does, which is always nice to why not the daughter of the founder of call the Colo payment. But I mean, just trust the process, joy the price. I enjoy. I, you know, I tend to want instant gratification. I mean, I think we all do, and if it doesn't happen, it's, you know, you get easily discouraged. And a lot of in some of the most successful people in this world are ones that were told no several times Fred Smith, founder of FedEx, failed. His paper in college professor thought it was the stupidest idea ever to ship packages overnight and look at FedEx. He's just a prime example. You're not enjoying the process. You're not on the right Pat. Right? Exactly. Should be issued be so much. I don't get irritated. Then you ship me the wrong one. I'm pissed right. I'm still very thankful. I'm never rude to people. I'm never rude to my chemists. My business partner, the people that work for Kashmir. I don't care how frustrated I may have gone at times, always treat people with love and respect and keep pushing through. Okay, let's jump right into our golden nugget. You guys. Golden nugget. You. You should love chlorophyll. It's spelled c. h. l. o. r. o. p. h. y. l. l. chlorophyll is high and amino acids which helps build muscle. It's also highly anti-inflammatory which helps with joint pain swelling. Chlorophyll is also highly alkaline into the body which helps reduce the risk of cancer and sickness. It aids with cleansing the blood and digestive track as well as promoting healthy, intestinal flora. Chlorophyll is a blood builder as restoring replenishing red blood cells, which I need all the help I can get it works molecular level and cellular level, and has the ability to regenerate our body. It's rich in live enzymes that help and cleansing the blood enhancing its ability to carry more oxygen. It is a blood builder and has also affected Nimia which is caused by deficient of red blood cells in the body. Do you get enough? Chlorophyll chlorophyll auction Nate's the blood and his packed full of antioxidants, which helps reduce toxin, build up. It also high in vitamins, minerals, and has an anti carcinogenic effect. Chlorophyll, especially good at boosting your museum, increasing circulation and your blood clown. Blood count. Sorry. You guys. I use chlorophyll from a company called nature. Sunshine. I take six to seven, whatever pills every night, my children while cashing k. j. take three to four nights. It's changed my life. It's amazing helps you stay regular for us women. I feel like we have more of an issue with that than men. I feel like many in thirty minutes later. They're in the bathroom. I feel like we could eat for five days and we make one stop in the bathroom nature. Sunshine's brand that I prefer. You can find it in so many on Amazon, of course in so many other different websites, but nature. Sunshine, something that I've just been using for years. I love it. I really love it. It's so beneficial to the body with all the stuff in the food, all pesticides, and just all of that stuff. It really helps cleanse the body. Roach is so important. I mean, I love to think of things on that kind of level. And so every living organism on this planet has some sort of thing or something that is it's blood, you know, humans, we have blood plants, they have chlorophyll animals. They have blood, but we all without chlorophyll there is no life. So chlorophyll is the blood of the plants. It is. They're building blocks to what they are, so you can get it in in your salary juice. If you drink in that you get in your vegetables, the greener, the vegetable, the greener, the plant, the more chlorophyll it hasn't it. So you can get it from that. You can also supplement Kim does which is which is doubling it up. But ultimately it's a very, very good thing to be putting into your body flush from toxins. You guys cardiovascular system can even help you lose weight too. It's it's a very, very, very, very cool substance to be utilizing in Phillies vital for photo photosensitive synthesis. What is wrong with me? And I have not even had a glass of wine. Chlorophyll is vital for photosynthesis synthesis. I had a list guys. I went to speech therapy for five years. So maybe that's where the system which allows plants to absorb energy from the light chlorophyll. Molecules are arranged around photo systems that are embedded in the Tilak Lloyd membranes of the chloroplast in these complexes chlorophyll serves three functions, but you guys can Google. You can read all about it. What it does for the plants, how it's the green substance basically like Creuset. So I honestly highly highly recommend it. My daughter Brioni Arianna take it. It's changed. Honestly, it's changed my life. I'm sure there's, like I said, there's other brands. I'm just telling you what works for me and what we found kinda work for us here. Number two, you're pooh-poohed will be green. Don't be alarmed by that. Definitely take it five days a week if not seven. I take it at night. You guys, I'm sorry. I don't wanna leave this out. I take it at night. I feel like it does help you go to the bathroom. So you get up. You've ever coffee or whatever your routine is before you head out the door to go to work. It really helps you go to the bathroom. So I let it work at night. I give it to my kids at night as well. I don't know if that is how commend honestly you taking it kind of works for for all of us here. It's a good I did because essentially you're rebuilding and restoring your body while you're resting. And so if you have something that you've put in in your body that's going to help rebuild and restore in clean out your body, do it while you're sleeping because it's going to help your body get there faster and achieve your goals fester, and it's just going to help you overall be more aware, be more creative, you know, get your brain function and get your heart work in. It's awesome stuff and I'm definitely on it and should be little colon right now. 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