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"cristina rivera" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"cristina rivera" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

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"cristina rivera" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

12:52 min | 4 months ago

"cristina rivera" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"My guest today is the one and only Cristina Rivera Christina. Thank you so much for joining us again. All you Betcha Davey. It's great to be back. I how are you doing? I'm so grateful to be here with you and your listeners law. I'm excited that you're here. And because you've got brand new book out having made a journey of rediscovery and purpose I want to talk about that. I get that out and first of all congratulations. I know how much work it is to write a book and I know everything you touch is incredibly successful. What was the you decided to write this book and specifically this title. Yeah it's interesting. How things kind of just unravel and and come together perfectly. It was actually more than ten years ago. Sitting in a corporate job really frustrated unfulfilled. Not Happy where I was in life and just to kind of get things out of me. I started to write a blog. It was initially called one hundred one mistakes and what I learned in business. It was kind of like my own journal or diary that I put online just to get stuff out of me and look at each situation. Say Okay. What don't I like about this one of my not getting and what I learned from this situation and then years later The blog got a lot of attention sometimes. Twenty thirty thousand views and then some people started to say. Hey when this. When is this going to be a book at about four years ago I started to look into pulling into a book and Blessings turned out that I met two people recently on my show kind of just pushed me in that direction. It's become a reality. Well congratulations would would is the central message of the spoke. Rediscovering a journey of rediscovery and purposes the subtitle. Yeah absolutely well like I said when I was sitting here Way BACK WHEN IN CORPORATE AMERICA. I got to a point where my health was failing. I was feeling unfulfilled and I started to. Question is this it. Am I going to do the next thirty years in the job? That's unfulfilling and really feeling like I'm not giving my best of life and what do I want to do next? What's next? I started to question and ask questions. Like what am I? What do I stand for? What do want to contribute and through those questions and kind of searching within these stories start to take hold and I start to grow as a person eventually that leads me starting my own business in in venturing away from Corporate America to start my own business and help businesses build their accounting and finance and all of fat you may be listening and saying Wow Christina. This sounds like me because I know we have a lot of listeners. That are you're in a cubicle and you don't like it you're not happy you're thinking. I WANNA start up a business. What was the biggest fear that you had of moving from Corporate America and starting Your Own Business? I the biggest fear actually the financial and I think many people can you know. It doesn't matter how much money you make. You could be having a business. You work third of corporate job. We hundred and fifty thousand or more and you maybe have nice stash of savings. Perhaps the point is separating that paycheck that you expect every two weeks to going on your own no matter what. It's a little scary financially But also the other thing that was pulling for me is what is my family and friends gonNA think. I'm venturing into a whole new world of which most of the people that I connected with on a daily basis had no understanding of so it was actually for me to Nali venture out on my own to the ledge here but also meet a whole new group of people that could be my mentor. I and and you know. Help me on this journey going forward so. I know you're married but I don't know where you married at the time to this kind of simultaneously happened with your leaving corporate American deciding to be an entrepreneur. You know it's interesting. Jv My biggest contributor and support was my partner. Now husband Bryan He was the one that should be by me from the very beginning. He actually Was really a big proponent supporter and like you can do this whereas a lot of friends kind of fell by the wayside. They didn't get me. They thought well who do you? Who Do you think you are? What are you doing? You're upsetting the apple cart But God bless Brian. He really helped me to fulfill my potential and healthy continued fulfill my potential. And you know. I think we're a great support team. We don't think that's a piece of rediscovery. It's something I've talked about on this show number times but not exactly in this context that when you make a big pivot like you did all of a sudden your friendships and relationships can change because the truth is this is the truth folks. If you're sitting in that cubicle right now or you already have your your business I thought about it and and figured out in the last fifteen years. I haven't made a single new. I've made a lot of new friends. But everyone said entrepreneur because after certain point you realize that entrepreneurs are not like everybody else and what I realized is that people who aren't entrepreneurs have no clue what this is like. You can have a fantastic year. You can have a horrible year. You can have fantastic month. You can have a horrible month. You're constantly reinventing your business. No matter what's going on you need to always be reinventing your business to listen to the marketplace and it's It's a journey that either. You just have to do it right. You just have to do it. Yeah or it just doesn't make any sense to you at all exactly and you have to be okay with if people fall by the wayside family or friend is. I didn't have to get rid of. It was Kinda like we just didn't do all this and there was no no commonality. It's right and so they were like. Hey I'm not really feel in you anymore and I'm like well I'm not really feeling this relationship anymore but when you open up and you let go and realize okay. This is not personal. We're just moving our rolling and then other people come into my life other entrepreneurs other businesspeople other new associates and it just when you let go of these people have to come with me. My family my friends my old friend my family when you let go wonderful other new opportunities and New People get to fulfill that spot well and it changes your priorities. Because I'm thinking right now is we're recording this next week on Monday. I'm going to a big event. They'll probably a couple of hundred people from a large number would be entrepreneurs that on Wednesday. I'm going to an event. It's only entrepreneurs that on Thursday at six. Am I'm flying to event? That's only entrepreneurs for four days right so it simply changes your priorities and and how you hang out so that that really brings me to really what was at the core of your decision is the title of today show having it made success on your terms right. Yes how does anyone listening? It doesn't matter if you're in the cubicle you have the business you're at six or seven figures wherever you're at it's really the journey and I think part of life if living your purpose the there's a flip side living your purposes about service to others but you get to do the service that you feel is who you are. So that's part of success on your terms and then the flip side of that is what you receive in return and what you do with that and that includes how you spend your money how you spend your time. What are your priorities? What does success mean to you because success in one person's eyes can be? Oh you have to have this car. You have to live here or you have to eat at this restaurant or you have to have this group of friends or you have to get this award and you might have a whole different concept of success. How can anybody listening? Christina start the process of really disengaging from what MOM and Dad Partner. Friends might have thought success. Cas You probably had a lot of people. Thought Success was yours to go up the corporate ladder. That was the journey Ron and all of a sudden. Wait you're abandoning their definition success and choosing one for yourself. So how can someone begin to choose accessible their terms? Well you know what's interesting? Jv that moment. In time. When I was sitting here unfulfilled and I started asking questions. Okay what's not working? Why isn't working? I hired a mentor. And she helped me get straight. She said so for one. Tell me what you love to do. I lost touch with even the things I love to do. I didn't even remember anymore. I was so lost touch with that. Her her first thing to me. What how `bout you just right. If you had a dream what life. What would it look like if you woke up tomorrow? If money wasn't an issue what would your dream life. Look like there's no money no bars go and so I started writing it and it was. It was great story. And she's said put all your sense in their field touch smell. I mean get inside the story make it present like you're there right now and you know what? I came up with way different than what I was actually living now. The point did not stay in there and say well that seems impossible. Put the impossibility on it. But the first step was going. Where do I even want to be? What are they feel like? Taste like be like And that's that was the first step for me and then was really interesting. She said what parts of that do exist in your life. And how could you start to live them and live that right now so? I think that's a great a great idea to do that. I folks stay tuned because coming up in the next section. We're going to have a twenty four our challenge and I'm not going to give it away but it's going to relate to what we were just discussing what happens when your definition of success and you go through a pivot now in your case you had a partner you ended up getting married but your partner was completely in with you on the pick what what happens when not just friends but maybe you have a partner and they're not in favor of this new definition of success. How does somebody handle that? That's real world. That is a great question. Jv and it's interesting. Thank God I didn't have to deal with that with with regards to my partner now husband but I did have some very close close close friends and family which was really hard for me to let go of their opinion because for me then not being happy with the direction I was taking a. I really really weighed on art and I let it affect me and I had to realize to step back saying what they're feeling and what coming out is really their own fear. It's not on me so to really step back from that. It's not an easy process but to realize that you know whatever they're putting on you that this isn't fair you going off and doing this and want you doing what we're doing and being. Smart. Don't take it personally. That's just where they are right now. And just keep focused on your own goals in your own direction. Well you know. I think the one that hits home to me that you're saying Christina family Because it's one thing to separate from France and that's difficult enough. I've gone through several what I call cleansings. And you know because part you can go through another cleansing words. About how big do you play? And then all the people who wanNA play smaller than you. WanNa play no longer fit and in fact they get threatened at. Don't really want to support you playing bigger folks. We're just talking about what really happens on the entrepreneur especially on the entrepreneurial journey People get threatened by it or people. Don't WanNa play that big or and you have to disengage because their mindset will influence you in a negative way. You have to but tell me about because the family is the closest to like a partner what what happened that you had to distance yourself from some some family. That's more painful. I think it was very painful. And some of my closest friends were like family members and for me. It was a for one. Praying helped a lot. I believe in God and that helped me through that transition stage but really because I think what happens in our lives that when other people take it badly we take it personally. And then that is what affects us. both in our business and emotionally and so for me the step out not tape personally their thoughts and our accusations to say that okay. This is what they're feeling this is. I'm not to say it's wrong. That's their thing but not take it upon myself and let those things affect me. It wasn't a one step process but what helped me a lot. Was you know the constant journaling which has become great tool for me and then having a mentor which I find it absolutely necessary for staying on target and not letting some of these.

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"cristina rivera" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

09:29 min | 6 months ago

"cristina rivera" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Christina has ability to connect with each and every guest at an emotional level that sets her apart from other broadcasters. She's here today to give her wisdom and what to do when Your Business Goes Stale. Aren't sure what to do next. What am I show Christina? Thank you so much. I'm so happy to be here and be a return guests and you're going to be a return guest to our shows. Well I'm really excited to the with you here today. I am so grateful as well. So yeah you're on my show a couple of years ago twice actually. So congratulations USA Christina Richmond. Now you Cristina Rivera congratulations. That's wonderful thank you for people who might be like. Who is this Kristina Rivera wonderful? So now you've gone underwent you've undergone a lot of changes in your own business. And so I think this you're going to be the expert in this as far as what to do in your business go stale hotter revamp what to do next. So let's just jump right on in. You started savvy business radio how long ago I started in twenty twelve and initially As I said in one of our past of you together it was initially a marketing tool for my financial consulting business at the time and it was a way to get my expertise out there to build my credibility people get denault me in the industry not as a worker bee but someone that could help them Really grow their business. Find out where they're Problems are with cash flow and the show just took into a whole new entity and became. Its own kind of business without even trying within six months we had forty five thousand listeners and within a year we had sponsors. So it's really been awesome ride and and this is interesting. One of my favorite business coaches says business will businesses will come too. I was great five years ago. Everything walking progressive year ago and things change. And that's what happened with us. We found that we had a drop in numbers and And and just not the same listenership more like what's going on our guest or more often than ever till he took a step back and we took a six month hiatus to really examine. How can we come on a bigger better way and I think this happens per live businesses? Does you know when you reflect on this from a broader spectrum. We've all heard about blockbusters blockbuster somebody who weren't around at that time blockbuster. Was this place where you go and you would rent. Vhs videos and then some DVD's as well and they were the biggest the biggest business in that market and fantastic at that time and a small little company wants came to them and said hey we have the ability to stream movies on to your computer to your TV. We would love to partner with you and at that time blockbuster said sorry. We are the experts in this. We don't need you to that. Small Little Company turned into net flicks. And so unfortunately for blockbuster. They weren't viable. They didn't know how to necessarily keep up for whatever reason. And now we all know who net flicks is and so. I think that's a great analogy as well as far as your business. My business anyone listening in when we're not able to refresh and really look at the trends and look at what's happening in the world around us. Unfortunately we will not be as viable as we were before. Yeah James and I also find that you get used to being and doing things things the exact same way. They work last year. Why can't I keep doing it? And this goes for. Just you know making sales near been the connecting with your clients the same way. And you're like why. Aren't they getting back to me? One client said to me a couple years ago. I don't get back to. I only text if you don't get back to me via tax I won't call you or I will contact you interested. Yes I realized I had to. You know I love. I love talking. She'll skyping with them kind of making that more. We'll connection I feel it for me. It feels more like a viable connection but not for some for some people. It's like my time is really precious. It's limited and this is how I WANNA communicate. That's that's a really interesting. I hadn't really thought about that because you know maybe we're old school. I don't know when it comes to. I want to talk so I reflect back up for a second. I do have some people. I do work with that. I hired them but now that I'm reflecting they only text me back and I am like why don't you call me back but you know what I just simply need to ask. And that's what happened to me. Basically I just said warranty call him back. Because you're calling me. That's the basis dot calling me tax me when you took a setback for the six months. What were some of the questions are some of the ways to say? Well we need to take a break. What was it the happen for you? Well here's the thing James. When I took the break for one I just call there and once that listen. I just need a couple months breath. They're just not to talk to anyone just to get reflective of what's going on with my life because I was working. Probably twelve to fifteen hours Doing finances in Manhattan and then coming home and doing editing and interviewing in the evening Sometimes telling my wonderful new has been move on over. I've got an interview that's stucco. So what was really great about taking that breather? When you step back from your life you're able to say okay what am I doing? I'm like a hamster on a wheel going hundred miles an hour and I was able to examine what's working. What's not working both with my clients in Manhattan and also with my show and so that was the first thing I did then once I got in contact with both the audience. 'cause I put out a survey and also with my past guest. I found that a lot of them are just as busy as I was and losing their mind and running in twenty different directions and they said you know if your show is a little bit shorter. That would be helpful interesting. Because I'm just running too fast. Can we make this show a little shorter and I said okay. This is the first thing that came to mind is that we're going to have a fifteen minute show that's GonNa go straight to the meat of the potatoes and then I started fighting. This is purely by accident. I was in Seattle with my husband having Sir he was having surgery and I started just doing these little updates. Oh here's where I am. Here's a lesson I'm learning today. Or here's the lesson I've learned in the past from business and sharing it and I was like. Wow you know what would have we ask our guest to come on and share their weekly savvy Biz tips all engraved. Yeah and people go. Yeah I like that idea and so you know Mima weekly. It's kind of update to to facebook and my audience. Just letting him know where I match. Why DIDN'T DISAPPEAR OFF? The Earth is now going to be part of our show where the guest and the audience can come on and give us a Biz tip of the week and was share with our audience and then everyone learns and grows. That is fantastic. And you know it's interesting. I love how you obviously listened audience as far as we fifteen minutes. But it's kind of a win win for everybody because fifty minutes show of editing is totally different than the previous length that you did before you're like yeah of course that works for me. Yeah absolutely yeah because a and I thought that was interesting because like I said to my husband. He said this to me two years ago. Coban shore the show. People don't have time for that. I'm like no people stop listening if I if I make it shorter because I was doing thirty. Forty minutes sometimes been awesome guest in our gossip because there there's some crate amazing people out there doing amazing things in their business and we can all learn from it but it's sometimes great to get tidbits lessons in small bits and as my husband said it leads them wanting to come back the next episode semi get the next tip tomorrow or in the next show. That is amazing. So how did you come up with life? Unscripted it's interesting. I was sitting here listening to one of my favorite all time. Business Mentor David. Nagel and he said I never scripting years ago. I went out there with my teacher proctor. And he said okay. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA do this three day course thing and we're not gonNA scripted. And he's I what do you mean we're gonNA scripted. Because he was like writing everything down and he was like no. We're going to go and let spirit you know. Moves US along house. What direction to go in? And he was like Whoa. I don't know if I could do that. He did do it. And and he's gotten the best content that way because you let the audience tell you what they need and then you go there. And so that's what he's always done is teaching and I listening to his podcast. I thought you know that's what I've always done in savvy period because for me. I don't do well when I read a script. It sounds choppy. It looks like it. Sounds like it. Sounds really awful. So whatever we've done it just say okay. Here's a topic. Let's just go with it. And so then I said well. Boom Life unscripted. So licensed birthday with Cristina Rivera because of There's a couple of life of scripted out. So we we. We kept our original name as our Actual parent company Savvy Broadcasting were LLC. And then we're GONNA go life unscripted which will be the actual show through savvy broadcasts. That's amazing psychological standpoint. There was there was a study that was done of these individuals. I think there's tenements is longtime since I've told the story about. There's about ten of them and they were two facilitators and so the group came together for this for this group and and they all had similar traits. But what happened was the two facilitators just sat there and it didn't say anything and then people were like why are we here. What is going on? And so then. All of a sudden you found that the participants started to get angrier than you'd see all their personality traits. Come out where people would be this. Obviously the more the Alpha people are more submissive. People are more grumblers. All these elements came out within an hour at the very end of it. The facilitator said that was the experience in the sense of. When you allow yourself just to. You'll see the different facets that come on your life whether it's pretty whether it's not pretty but it was just such an interesting research study. That happened as far as when a group of people come together..

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"cristina rivera" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"cristina rivera" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Has unique ability to connect with each and every guest at an emotional level that says her apart from other broadcasters. She's here today to give her wisdom and what what to do when your business goes steel and you aren't sure what to do next welcome i show christina. Thank you so much james. I'm so happy to be here and be a return guests and you're going going to be a return guest to our shows well. I'm really excited to the with you here. Today i am so grateful as well and so yeah you're on my show a couple of years ago twice actually so so congratulations cristina richman now you cristina rivera congratulations. That's wonderful thank you. That's right for people who might be like. Who's this cristina rivera for aw that's wonderful so you've gone on underwent. You've undergone a lot of changes in your own business and so i think this you're going to be the expert in this as far as what to do when your business goes stale potter revamp what to do next so let's just jump right on in you started savvy business radio how long ago i started it in twenty twelve and initially the <hes> as i said in one of our passage of us together it was initially a marketing tool for my financial consulting business at the time and it was a way to get my expertise is out there to build my credibility people get to do know me in the industry not as a worker bee but as someone that could help them <hes> really grow their business by now where they're <hes> <hes> problems are with cash flow and the show just took into a whole new entity and became its own kind of business without even trying within six months we had forty five thousand listeners and within a year we had sponsors so it's really been awesome ride and and this is interesting. One of my favorite business coaches says it's been this will businesses will come too. I was great five years ago. Everything walk in grade year ago and things change and that's what happened with us. We found that we had a dropping numbers and <hes> and and just not the same listenership and more like what's going on our guest or more often than ever till he took a step back and we took a six six month hiatus to really examine. How can we come on a bigger better way and i think this happened for live businesses so he does you know when you reflect on this from a broader spectrum. We've all all heard about blockbusters blockbuster for that. Some some of you who weren't around at that time blockbuster. Was this place where you go and you would rent v._h._s. Videos and then some d._v._d.'s as well and they were we're the biggest the biggest business in that market and fantastic time and a small little company one came to them and said hey we have the ability to stream <hes> movies to your computer to your tv we would love to partner with you and at that time blockbuster said sorry. We are the experts in this. We don't need you to that small little company turned into net flicks six and so unfortunately for blockbuster they weren't viable. They didn't know how to necessarily keep up for whatever reason and now we all know who netflix is and so. I think that's a great analogy as as well as far as your business my business anyone listening in when we're not able to refresh and really look at the trends and look at what's happening in the world around us unfortunately actually we will not be as viable as we were before yeah james and i also find that you get used to being and doing ling's things the exact same way they wanna work last year and why can't i keep doing it and this goes for. Just you know making sales never been the connecting with your clients the same way and you're like why aren't they getting backed me. One client said may couple years ago. I don't get back to i only text if you don't get back to me via attack i won't call you or i will contact. You interested yes. I realized i had to you. You know i love phoned. I love talking to people skyping with them kind of making that more we'll connection. I feel it for me. It feels more like a viable connection but not for some some people some people. It's like my time is really precious. It's limited and this is how i wanna communicate that such a really interesting. I hadn't really thought about that because you know maybe it we're old school. I don't know when it comes to business. I want to talk so i i guess when reflected in backup for second. I do have some people i do work with that. I <music>. I hired them but now that i'm reflecting they only text me back and i am like why aren't you call me back but you know what i just simply need to ask and that's what happened to me. He lisa basically i just said warranty. Call him back because you're calling me. That's the basis dot calling me. Tax me when you took a setback for the six months. What what were some of the questions or some of the ways to say well. We need to take a break. What was it the happen for you well. Here's the thing james when i took the break for one i just call there and once said listen. I just need a couple months breath. They're just not to talk to anyone just to get reflective of what's going on with my life because i was working probably twelve to fifteen hours <hes> doing finances in manhattan and then coming home and doing editing and interviewing in the evening <hes> sometimes telling my wonderful new has been move on over over. I've got an interview. That's turco so what was really great about taking that breather. When you step back from your life you're able to see okay. What am i doing. I'm like a hamster on a wheel going three hundred miles an hour and i was able to examine what's working. What's not working both with my clients in manhattan and also so with my show and so that was the first thing i did then once i got in contact with both the audience 'cause i put out a survey and also with my past guest guest i found that a lot of them are just as busy as i was and losing their mind and running twenty different directions and they said you know if your show is a little bit shorter that would be helpful because i'm just running too fast and we make this show a little shorter and i said okay this is. The first thing that came to mind is that we're going to have a fifteen minute show. That's going go straight to the meat of the potatoes and then i started to find this is purely by accident. I was in seattle with my husband having cert- he was having surgery and and i started just doing these little updates. Oh here's where i am. Here's a lesson i'm learning today or here's the lesson i've learned in the past from business and sharing it and i was like wow you you know what would have we ask our guest to come on and share their weekly savvy biz tip all engraved yeah and people go yeah. I like that idea and so you know my a month weekly it's kind of my update to facebook and my audience just letting him know where i match. Why didn't disappear off the favier. Earth is now going to be part of our show where the gas and the audience can come on and give us a biz tip of the week and we'll share with our audience and then everyone learns and grows about is fantastic and you know it's it's interesting. I love how you obviously listen to your audience. As far as we fifteen minutes but that's kind of a win win for everybody because fifty minutes show of editing is totally different than the previous length that that you did before you're like yeah of course that works for me yeah absolutely yeah because <hes> and i thought that was interesting because as i said to my husband he said this to me. Two years ago coban bon shore the show people don't have time for that. I'm like no people stop listening if i if i make a shorter because i was doing thirty forty minutes sometimes been awesome guests in our and because there there's some great amazing people out there doing amazing things in their business and we can all learn from it but it's sometimes great to get tidbits lessons in small obits and as my husband said it leads them wanting to come back for the next episode semi get the next tip tomorrow or in the next show about his amazing. So how did you come up with. Life unscripted lifted. It's interesting. I was sitting here listening to one of my favorite all time business mentor david nagel and he said i never scripting years ago. I i went out there with my teacher proctor and he said okay. We're gonna we're gonna do this. Three day course thing and we're not gonna scripted and he's i. What do you mean we're gonna scripted because he was like writing everything down and he was. I know we're going to go and let spirit you know moves us along. Tell us what direction to go in and he was like whoa. I don't know if i could do that. He did do it and and he's got the best content that way because you let the audience tell you what they need and then you go there and so that's what he's always done this teaching and i listening listening to his podcast. I thought you know that's what i've always done in savvy period because for me. I don't do well when i read a script. It sounds choppy. It looks like it sounds like it sounds really awful. So whatever we've done it just say okay. Here's a topic. Let's just let's just go with it and so then i said oh boom life unscripted so life unscripted with cristina rivera era because of <hes>. There's a couple of life up scripts out there so we we we kept our original name. Eds are <hes> actual parent company. Savvy broadcasting were l._l._c. and then and we're gonna go life unscripted which will be the actual show through savvy broadcasts. That's amazing you know from a psychological standpoint there is there was a study that was done of of these individuals. I think there's tenements is longtime. I've since i've told the story but there's about ten of them and there were two facilitators and so the group came together for this for this group and and and they all had similar traits but what happened was the two facilitators just sat there and i didn't say anything and then people were like why are we here what is going on and so then then all of a sudden you found that the participants started to get angrier than you'd see all their personality traits. Come out where people would be this. <hes> you see the more the alpha people are more. The submissive people are more grumblers. The all these elements came out within an hour at the very end of it. The facilitator said that was the experience in the sense of when when you allow yourself just to be you'll see the different facets that come on your life while it's pretty weather but it was just such an interesting research study that happened as far ars when a group of people come together you'll see automatically what they're dealing within the moma and how it comes out and so it was just i thought it was a brilliant way and you know we piggyback off for your show as well when you have and idea and then you allow the organic conversations just like this one to be able to unfold. You'll find that you get so much more meat than astra two quick questions that people often ask yeah and sometimes you can get good content <hes> my first month or two doing the show. I scripted it like <hes>. So what is your business. How long have you you. I mean sometimes. I guess can send you some good contact but it's not engaging to listen to. You're not excited to listen to it and yeah but you know another thing. We got from our audiences. They love the visual content is becoming more and more relevant and business is the the video the skyping skyping visually people. I think want to do that kind of more personal connection. We were talking about the beginning of the conversation but not necessarily by meeting. A person could were so busy were all scattered across the planet and so- video is as yet another way that people were excited for two for the show to go into all of our interviews will now also be in a video online video so that's an exciting new thing too so now we can engage and both the mostly see each other as we connect with each other and interview view with other so it'll be a lot of fun is amazing. You know so. I have listeners right now. Who are like you know. I am in the same position i have. I've had a very viable business but i'm realizing realizing is getting stale..

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