Our Platform: DEN OF PRIDE

Currently a blog and a FB group.

What started as just a medium to deliver a message has developed into something more. It became a community of discovery, a place for people to help each other achieve their dreams.

Whether they need to take their first steps of recovery, already on a path of personal development or they are deep into a journey of success. Den of Pride is a forum for like-minded individuals with an interest or desire for personal development.

Our Vision: Working together for a Better Tomorrow

As a society not only do we deserve to be as strong, powerful and vibrant as is humanly possible, it is almost our responsibility.

That begins with the individual. We are only as strong as the weakest link.  Our strengths must be carried forward helping others to become better and stronger; happier, healthier & wealthier.

Everyone deserves to possess the power of PRIDE that comes from a confidence in one’s abilities and the belief that nothing is impossible.

Working to help our fellow man (mankind) become the best they can possibly be improves our overall strength and position. Me, helping you, for you to help others is our goal in the Den of Pride…Better World, Better You, Better You.

Our Mission: Inspire Change; Encourage Growth; Deliver Value

It is not only our right but our responsibility to be all that we can be. People wonder why life treat them as it does. They wonder why they are stuck in this life, under stressful conditions. Life is what you make it. We believe in inspiring others to achieve their dreams. We offer a safe, comfortable place to learn and grow as individuals so that our society becomes stronger and more successful.

Our values:

DEN OF PRIDE promotes a healthy respect for individuals, their rights & responsibilities!

Responsibility                     Integrity                      Accountability                      Respect
Compassion                       Generosity                  Leadership                           Integrity
Strength                              Authenticity                Growth                                 Development

Den of Pride helps others to develop a strength of character. We start from the foundation & build a Confident Character.  Healthy values and traits create respectful individuals who exude those values in all areas of life. In this way, we create a happier, healthier and wealthier world.

DOP PURPOSE: To make the world happier, healthier & wealthier

We either don’t know it or won’t admit it, but many of us are unsatisfied with the life we lead. Life is what you make it, yet most don’t realize that, so we don’t make much of it.

Life can be anything you want it to be. It can be joyful and pleasant, it can be great, fantastic and amazing; or it can be sad, depressing, frustrating and downright horrible. That all depends on how you accept it into your life, and what you put into it.


  • educate
  • inspire,
  • motivate and
  • empower

…others to be more, to do more, achieve more and to become more as they reach for the stars. We instill confidence in our followers by consistently bringing them content that will empower and motivate them to take their dreams another step further; just one more step…every time.

“Take the first step in faith!  you don’t need to see the whole staircase, just the first step.”

~  Martin Luther King

DEN OF PRIDE is that first step.  Join a community that is built to unite you with the keys you need to succeed.

DEN OF PRIDE provides a safe, positive and encouraging environment for individual personal development where we can reach the masses on a larger scale. Working Together for a Better Tomorrow.  We can change the world by creating PRIDE in everyone.

Keep in mind:  You must remain humble.  Balance PRIDE with HUMILITY!

  • We are oppressed by unseen or unnecessary forces.
  • We allow outside influences to keep us from being shining beacons of light.
  • We, each of us has the power within to be a strong force capable of changing the world.
  • We are held in check by those we would call supporters (friends, family, authority figures).

All in the interest of helping you; Or just to keep you from being better…than they want to be.

“Oh, you can’t do that!”  “You can’t afford it!”  “Oh, that might be too much for YOU…”  & MORE!

The Message:  Stay where you are!  Don’t go anywhere, don’t try to do better.

The underlying message:  I’M Comfortable with YOU just the way YOU are.

DOP is committed to changing & improving the quality of our environment through helping each individual who desires to be better.  Changing the World One Individual at a time!

DOP PODCAST is an extension of the DEN OF PRIDE forum.

DOP PODCAST will bring Guest Mentors directly into people ears.

DEN OF PRIDE Guest Mentors are Influential Thought Leaders: Coaches, Authors and Speakers who will offer up their tales and toils of what it takes to achieve. Our Guest Mentors will educate, empower, motivate & inspire in YOU the possibility of being more to create in YOU a passionate desire to succeed. They will bring YOU face to face with YOURSELF & provide some of the tools they can use to become more.  (The Toolkit)


Are you a Mentor?

• Are you one of those;

o Thought Leaders, SM Influential Blogger/Vlogger
o Speakers or Authors

• Can you add value by;

o Sharing your message
o Offering Tools and Techniques for success

• Do you have;

o Life experience
o Courses, Books, Support Groups or Programs

Can you create or mold your message toward adding value to others?

• You may not be a leader or have influence.
• You may not be an expert in any field.

• You may have a desire to help others.
• You may have lived through hardships and strife.

How can you offer value?

• Yourself;
o Your Story,
o Your Life experience,
o Have you survived & how?
• Tips, Tools & Techniques
• Groups, Programs, Books & Audio, Manuals
• Webinars, Seminars, Summits, Retreats

ALL individuals regardless might be influential & help others grow just by being here.

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0:00 – Intro Music

0:26 – Affirmation:

“I will persist until I succeed. I was not delivered unto this world in defeat, nor does failure course in my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep. I will hear not those who weep and complain, for their disease is contagious. Let them join the sheep. The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny. I will persist until I succeed.” 

  • Og Mandio, The Greatest Salesman in the World.

1:00 – Intro to Karen

  • Aerospace engineer and pilot
  • Successful corporate career, moving around the world while balancing family life.
  • New Book: It’s My Time
  • Helping women be successful at work in a way that lets them live life without regret.
  • Enjoys having a consulting and coaching business and wanted to uplift other women so that they didn’t feel as though they had to compromise their work life for their family or their family for their work life. Wants to show women that they can have both.

4:23 – Pride

  • Pride is not a sin if it’s in correlation with your value.
  • It can become a bad thing if you are using it to judge others or to act as though you are better than others.
  • Pride means confidence and that you are sure of what you are capable of, and what your gifts are.
  • Karen is most proud of her marriage and what it’s done for her family.

5:35 – The importance of family

  • We get caught up in this idea of work, and how important that is that we take for granted the relationships at home.
  • We get so consumed with proving ourselves at work that there are times when our loved ones get left out. Putting home life second becomes a habit, and this can make your family feel less important to you than your work.
  • Talking about how to create a balance with your family is important. Conversations are important to have with your family and your loved ones. This involves working together and listening to one another. Don’t just assume that everything is going to work out okay. Be prepared for difficulties.
  • Don’t just think about yourself in the situation, think about how your work life is going to affect your family and your relationships as well. This leads to successful relationships.

10:09 – How Karen has managed her career and home life

  • It’s not easy, but by putting things in place early on in marriage, Karen has been able to make things work. Having great conversations about what they wanted their futures to look like and their expectations in the marriage has helped a lot.
  • Pre-marriage counselling.
  • Discussing finances. It’s not my money, it’s our money. Not my decision, but our decision. Finances are one of the biggest things that break up marriages.
  • Stop and think about why you’re spending the money.
  • Issues about money, and why it becomes an issue is emotional value. For some people spending money is about security, for some it’s about status, and for others it’s about love, or showing people love. Some might buy gifts to show how much they care about someone if they don’t get to spend time with them.
  • How do you mesh both your former existences of yourself into one?
  • In more recent relationships, there is more distrust. Most couples will keep their finances separate. This can cause resentment and jealousy. If you’re in it for the long haul, you need to provide for both of you equally. Things need to be 50/50 with everything you do.
  • Money conversations can be emotional. People become too focused on how everything is affecting them, and not the other person.
  • Accepting that you need counselling is important. If there’s an issue, you need to get the help and resources that can help you to become a better person to resolve issues. You need to investigate yourself and your own behaviour.
  • Ask your partner for what you need out of the relationship. 

25:28 – Trust

  • For women who have been divorced or who have dealt with failed relationships who are hard working, and very strong tend to have an issue surrounding trust, and they have a lack of trust towards men.
  • This security blanket of independence can become a stranglehold on yourself. You’re putting up a wall for anyone to recognize the gift that we are. You’re not letting anyone seeing how great we are because we’re so caught up in creating barriers. This can prevent you from finding the relationship and the love that is right for you.
  • You can be a strong, capable, confident woman while also being trustful, and letting people in to see who you really are as a person. You need to be able to let people in.
  • Being closed off puts off an aura that gives a message that you’re wounded and needy.
  • The most attractive person in a room, is the one that is willing to meet people and be open to interaction. This shows confidence and that you’re happy exactly as you are and that you don’t need anyone and aren’t looking for a specific person to fulfill them.
  • Join conversations and ask questions.
  • Everyone is always caught up in what people are thinking about them, and everyone has their own agenda in how something is going to benefit them. The person that doesn’t have that mindset or agenda, are the ones that people flock too because they are safer, and easier to talk to.
  • Don’t put on a mask of someone that you’re not. You need to build a genuine character.
  • Be “we” centric, not “me” centric. How can you help others?

33:30 – It’s My Time

  • Focused on figuring out what you want.
  • Being clear on what direction your heading. Not letting someone else’s opinion hold you back
  • Finding work/life balance.
  • Being clear on where you’re going, why you’re getting there and what is going to be the regret if you don’t get there.
  • You need to develop some decision-making platforms that will keep you on the path you won’t regret.
  • Learn to have boundaries and standards of how you interact with other people while maintaining your integrity and keeping you from giving over your power to another people’s opinion.
  • We look at others to validate internally how we feel. It’s all about perception.
  • Women are generally taught to please others and look for validation that way. Women tend to feel a lot more responsible for our circumstances and those around us more often than they care about themselves. They may feel as though they have to prove themselves to other people. Failure to recognize that saying “no” is a big qualifier for being a leader.
  • The only people that we need to please are God, ourselves, and the people that mean the most to us.
  • Don’t care too much about other people’s opinions. Don’t let them influence your decisions or your actions.

44:00 – Friendships, relationships and seeking help

  • Our choices show up what other people view as a failure in their own.
  • If someone isn’t allowing you to talk about what is going to help you, and they are just trying to push you into their space. Their trying to make themselves feel better about their own choices, because they decided not to put the work into fixing something.
  • You need friends and people in your life that are going to ask you hard questions that will help you realize your faults, make you a better person, and help you resolve your problems.
  • Your friends need to work with you to solve their problems.
  • Family and friends may not be the best people to help you solve problems. They may bot be as objective or pointed in the conversation as you need. You may need a coach, mentor or counsellor.
  • Life coaches are available to people on short term.
  • There is help if you’re looking for it. If you choose to just listen to people that are only going to tell you what you want to hear, you aren’t going to really get the help you need.
  • Don’t let your ego get in the way of being the first person in a relationship to accept that you need to change and ask for help. Allow yourself to be the first to apologize.

56:16 – Book Recommendation

  • Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High by: Kerry Patterson and Joseph Grenny

58:33 – Outro

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Gift from Karen to listeners:  Book for free with cost of shipping, and time to talk with Karen personally. This can be done through her website.

SHOW NOTES – Declan Edwards (EP. 14)

0:00 – Intro Music

0:26 – Affirmation:

“I will persist until I succeed. I was not delivered unto this world in defeat, nor does failure course in my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep. I will hear not those who weep and complain, for their disease is contagious. Let them join the sheep. The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny. I will persist until I succeed.” 

  • Og Mandio, The Greatest Salesman in the World.

1:00 – Intro to Declan and Confidence Coaching.

  • Confidence Coach
  • BUCoaching: The ‘BU’ stands for “Be You” – the purpose it to show people how to be themselves. The key to confidence coaching.
  • People tend to hide who they truly are by hiding masks and pretending to be someone they’re not. It’s important to not hide you are, and this is vital for building confidence.

3:10- Confidence and “plorking”

  • As kids we had lots of confidence and weren’t afraid of being who we are.
  • We’re all born confidence and we lose that over time
  • It’s important to find a way to enjoy things that we do and find joy in our daily activities even if they are just mundane chores and things that aren’t always enjoyable.
  • Joyful enthusiasm is important
  • “Plorking – playing at work”: Brian Tracy. Infusing fun into the work that you do.
  • Jason Goldberg – “Playful Prosperity”

5:45 – Building Confidence in People

  • Recognize that confidence is a feeling and it comes from within. It isn’t tangible. Sometimes the tangible things that we want are all coming from internal feelings. The tangible things aren’t necessarily going to satisfy those feelings unless you recognize said feelings.
  • Emotional intelligence training can assist people in sorting out their feelings.
  • The outside world does not make us feel certain ways, it’s the way we react to it. Everyone reacts to things differently, and it’s up to you how you feel about something and the importance that you take away from it. Outside influences don’t have to control you.
  • Emotional intelligence is underrated. Everything comes from within first.

9:17 – Building confidence in children at school

  • Emotional intelligence isn’t taught at school. All we’re taught are skills and IQ.
  • We should teach kids the needs of life, how to manage life, how to communicate and how to enjoy life while at work.
  • Instead of always rushing right into work or school, it could be useful to take time to figure out what it is that we want to do with our life. Enjoy life for a bit at first.
  • All change starts with conversation, and questioning if there is a better way of doing things.
  • There’s always a different way, and there’s always potentially a better way.

12:02 – Declan’s Mission

  • Declan hopes to affect a trillion people in the industry with his business and with his message.
  • The greatest gift that we can give people is the ability to be themselves.
  • Saying that he hopes to affect a trillion people, Declan feels that this shows that he wants his platform and his message to be something that can be continued on through multiple generations. By empowering individuals, you create a ripple effect that can be spread on to more people over and over again.
  • Scale doesn’t matter. Your purpose doesn’t have to be grand or ambitious, but it has to be genuine and something that matters to you. You want to give back more than you take in your life.
  • The life is a mix between growing and giving. It’s important to have a balance of both. It’s important to add value to others in while also taking care of your own needs.

18:37 – The Start of BUCoaching, and the importance of finding a coach.

  • Life is always happening for us, not to us.
  • Declan believes there were moments in his life that set him up for what he’s doing now. There are moments in his life that put him on the path to his platform.
  • He was the first male in his family in five generations to not be military or police force. From birth he felt like he was being trained for the military. When he was around 17 years old he went to the military but was turned away because he’s asthmatic. At the time this was devastating for him.
  • He became depressed and would emotionally eat due to stress of no longer knowing what he would do with his life and became overweight. Once he realized he was not longer at a healthy weight, he wanted to change that, however he didn’t work on becoming more confident or changing how he felt about himself, and therefore started losing weight in an unhealthy way. He lost 80 pounds within one year and developed an eating disorder. He was so focused on his image, and not focused enough on his mental and emotional state, he was never happy with his progress. He became too hard on himself and the speed in which his weight loss progressed and kept pushed himself too hard in changing the way he looked. He could never find happiness within himself.
  • It was the love and respect that he had for his mother that pushed him to start getting better because he realized how deeply his condition was affecting his mother. The way he thinks and feels about himself affects not only himself, but the people around him.
  • He needed to be asked what he wanted to be in life.
  • People are always so eager to run away from pain that they never get to pleasure. People are so focused on what they don’t want, they don’t ever think about what they do want.
  • You need to figure out who you are, and what you want for yourself.
  • “Eat the shit that you sell.” If you don’t believe what you’re putting out is good enough for yourself, it’s not goo enough for anyone else.
  • Thriving is internal. It’s how you feel about your life, the external doesn’t matter.
  • Asking for help is important. Looking for a mentor is not a weakness, it’s smart.
  • “Help me” are two powerful words that can change your life.
  • Learning never stops. To be the best, you need a coach to be the best. You don’t have to do things on your own.
  • There are several different methods when it comes to helping people. Whether it be coaching, counselling, or psychology, these are all areas in which they are trying to help people. They can be used together as a combined process, since everyone is different and responds to different things. Fit the process to the person, don’t make the person fit the process. There is not such thing as one band aid solution.
  • “When we care as much about our results in life and happiness as we do about the results of our favourite basketball team, we will hire a coach”
  • John Maxwell “When you find your why, you find your way” – find your motivation, find your reasoning for doing what you do.
  • It’s easy to see all the things that are going wrong, without realizing all the things that are going right. 
  • You can be directed towards change and growth, but it’s ultimately your own decision how you change, and the level of change you achieve.
  • One of the greatest crimes we can commit towards someone is saving them to see. Don’t jump in and save people right away, they need to sit in their struggles and find their own way out, so they can learn and grow on their own. Gives them their own sense of accomplishment and empowerment.
  • Every tragedy is an opportunity.

34:55 – The human brain and emotional survival

  • As human beings we are wired to move away from pain.
  • We become good at avoiding pain and what we don’t want.
  • Your brain’s job is survival not happiness. It will trade happiness for survival. It’s up to you to change yourself so you can find happiness.
  • Emotional surviving – just getting by. Just accepting that “this is just what life is” Don’t just settle for emotional surviving.
  • “Don’t just remove the weeds from the garden. You also have to also plant and water the flowers.”
  • Mission is not to just grow for us, but to learn and grown as a society.

39:39 – Pride

  • People get mistaken between pride and arrogance a lot. It’s a strength to be proud of yourself and not letting yourself get torn down.
  • It’s important to be proud of yourself, but you also need to be humble enough to ask for help.
  • Pride when practiced right is very beneficial not only to us, but also our loved ones. You need to help yourself before you can help others.
  • Pride is self-care.
  • Pride is about noticing what is going well, and what’s right, and what changes you’ve made that you can be proud of. Recognizing how far you’ve come, and what you’ve become.
  • Pride is an aura
  • Declan is most proud of his marriage and relationship with his wife. It’s something they’ve both had to each work on, and they’ve grown a lot as a couple. He’s also proud of the movement he’s created with BUCoaching. He feels it’s more than just as business venture, it’s now a movement that they’ve created.

48:50 – Where can you find Declan?

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51:08 – Outro




SHOW NOTES – Ankit Shukla (EP. 13)

Episode Show Notes

0:00 – Intro Music

0:26 – Affirmation:

“I will persist until I succeed. I was not delivered unto this world in defeat, nor does failure course in my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep. I will hear not those who weep and complain, for their disease is contagious. Let them join the sheep. The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny. I will persist until I succeed.” 

  • Og Mandio, The Greatest Salesman in the World.

1:00 – Intro to Ankit

  • Travelling nurse
  • Helps people throughout the US.
  • Written multiple books
  • Motivated by his patients. Helps him to understand that he needs to appreciate everything he has, and live life to his fullest. Some issues are worse than others.

4:28 – Pride

  • It’s good to be proud of who you are, what you’ve done, and your heritage as long as you don’t go too far.
  • It’s important to remain humble and grounded.
  • Pride is a good thing because it’s important to have pride in what you are doing, and who you are. Gives you meaning and drive in the things that you do
  • Pride is being proud of who you are and what you’re involved in and your beliefs.
  • Ankit is proud of his work, his writings, his family, and his marriage.

8:05 – Nursing Experience

  • Works with people on dialysis. A treatment for when your kidneys go into failure. It’s a life long treatment, and it’s something that can be difficult for some to deal with because they become dependent on a machine to help keep them alive. This can lead to mental health issues, and so it’s important to support the patients emotionally and mentally as well as physically.
  • It’s important to deal with patients on a personal level, and not just pity them. They still need to live a normal life while balancing their treatment.

12:44 – Ankit’s books

  • Motivational book that he wrote to inspire and help people: Don’t live the good life live the better life.
  • Contributed to a book with Brian Tracy
  • Book related to his travel nursing career: Going global, the life of a travelling nurse.
  • A book of memorable stories by health care workers: Crossing the bed side.
  • Favourite authors: Larry Winget, Rene Godefroy, Tony Robbins, Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy.

20:40 – Living the better life

  • Don’t settle for where you are. Don’t settle for just “good” push yourself to improve yourself and your situation, whatever that may be.
  • You need to tell yourself that you want a better life. No matter what, you can always improve things no matter how good it might already be.
  • Living limitlessly and striving for excellence. Always striving for more.
  • If you constantly keeping yourself busy, you won’t ever worry about what’s going wrong.
  • If you’re busy and always involved, you’ll adapt.
  • It’s okay to get things wrong, you learn as you grow.
  • It’s important to encourage people to take risks, and not be afraid of failure.
  • It’s okay to fail, and you shouldn’t let it defeat you.
  • Failure is not a stopping point, it’s a learning point.

24:36 – Mental Health

  • Recommended book: Let them see you sweat by Michael Levin.
  • Mental health can affect your physical health
  • Mental health can affect anyone at anytime. It’s a serious problem, and it’s something that needs to be addressed and taken seriously in our everyday lives in the same way that physical health is.
  • It’s common for people to become overwhelmed by worrying about things that could go wrong, not realizing all the things that could go well.
  • It’s okay to take mental health days and take time for yourself to relax and do things that you enjoy. We need to take time for ourselves.
  • With the way that technology is so readily available to us, we never really shut down and have time to ourselves.
  • Bell Let’s Talk Day is a step in the right direction, because mental health is something that we need to talk about and work through.
  • Your problems are real to you, and it’s important to take them seriously.
  • Pockets of Progress: focus on the small pockets in your life where you are succeeding and moving forward regardless of where you are in life.
  • Don’t be afraid to reach out to other people for help, such as mentors or people who are close to you.

41:17 – Other ways that Ankit adds value

  • Ultimate goal: someone works with him or reads one of the passages from his book and are inspired or entertained. He hopes for people to be in a better state after working with him.
  • Training to be a life coach
  • motivational speaking through college and business forums and civic clubs
  • blogs
  • answers emails from people who need advice or someone to talk to
  • Hosts a bi-weekly internet broadcast.

43:21 – NLP Training

  • Neural Linguistic Programming
  • Tony Robbins and Oprah Winfry both have this training
  • About understanding the subconscious mind, and how it drives our conscious mind.
  • Everything we do is subconsciously planted.
  • “Power with, not power over”
  • You’re not there to tell people what to do, you’re just there to guide them to their own answers.

46: 19 – Change

  • Everybody is afraid of change
  • Change is inevitable.
  • The only thing that is predictable is unpredictability.
  • Don’t resist change, let things happen. It will catch up to you eventually anyways.

48: 45 – Quotes

  • “Embrace opportunity not security. A boat in the harbour may be safe, but eventually the bottom will rot out.”
  • “I would have been the best at whatever I want to do in life. If I were to be a garbage man, I would be the best garbage man ever.”
  • “You can’t live in a blueprint. A blueprint is a plan, if the house never gets built, then the blueprint is useless.”
  • “Get busy living, or get busy dying”

54:37 – The US Federal Election, learning from others, and listening to all sides

  • Just because someone is on a different “side” or has a different view doesn’t mean that you can’t listen to them and learn from what they have to say.
  • “Why we want you to be rich” by Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki
  • Find the good in everyone
  • Everyone has values, and they have meaning and purpose for doing something.
  • Our surrounding can influence how someone can become. We are all affected by our external environment.
  • It can be important to remove any negative influences.
  • We must be aware of our issues, and you have to let people know what issues you are having with someone else.
  • Take care of yourself before you take care of others. When you are strong and in a better place, you can help others.

1:05:00 – Where to find Ankit

1:06:50 – Outro

Den of Pride Links




Books Mentioned:

Don’t Live the Good Life, Live the Better Life by Ankit Shukla

Going Global: The Life of a Travelling Nurse

Crossing the Bedside: Healthcare Worker’s Most Memorable Stories

Let Them See You Sweat: Lessons I’ve Learned on My Personal Journey with Stress by Michael Levin

Why We Want You to Be Rich by: Donald J. Trump and Robert T. Kiyosaki

SHOW NOTES – Luanne Hunt (EP 11)

0:00 – Intro Music

0:26 – Affirmation:

“I will persist until I succeed. I was not delivered unto this world in defeat, nor does failure course in my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep. I will hear not those who weep and complain, for their disease is contagious. Let them join the sheep. The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny. I will persist until I succeed.” 

  • Og Mandio, The Greatest Salesman in the World.

1:01 – Intro to Luanne

  • Persistence is key.
  • Country singer
  • Hit singles include Christmas Without You, and Lightning in a Bottle
  • Pursue your dreams, and don’t let anything stop you. Age shouldn’t be a limitation.

2:02 – Pride

  • Pride is a great thing
  • In terms of music or art, there are a lot of people who will copy things or imitate other people, so everything begins to sound the same. But there is no pride in that.
  • You must have pride of ownership.
  • Pride means constantly striving for things that you would like to reach. Keep going and keep improving. Stay the course and don’t waiver.
  • Luanne is most proud of her persistence and the fact that she never given up and always kept going regardless of what other people say or do to deter you.
  • Don’t let other people’s insecurities about themselves stop you or make you feel discouraged.
  • Lack of success that most people have is a lack of persistence.
  • There are always opportunities to reach your goals.
  • Doing what you do because it is your purpose.

6:40 – Finding joy in what you do

  • It’s important to find something that you’re passionate about and that you can find joy in. Success becomes a bonus.
  • Many people don’t do what they enjoy because they are simply paying bills and trying to live life, and their dreams are put on hold, and they stop working on it. Later on, down the road, people my feel regretful because they gave up.
  • One’s beliefs about what is possible might dictate what people do. This keeps people in one place, and they don’t grow. You must believe in yourself and tell yourself that you can do it regardless of those beliefs.

8:40 – The start of Luanne’s career in singing.

  • Started singing country in the early 90s. Would have been in her 30s. Began singing for fun at county fairs and retirement homes.
  • Began to teach singing for parks and recs. Got a lot of experience and grew a lot as a singer through teaching.
  • “The best way to learn something is to teach it” – Stephen Covey
  • Luanne knew she wanted to sing as a kid, but parents and family members would ridicule her. She had to learn how to overcome that to achieve her singing career.
  • Seeing the support her students got from their parents helped her to overcome some of that abuse that she receives early on when she was a kid in regard to singing because it allowed her to heal. She could provide a platform for kids to explore their creativity and be supported in that.
  • The best way to heal is by giving back.
  • Singing was something that always brought Luanne joy, but she didn’t always feel as though she had the talent for it
  • When she was a teen, she went to a club and there was a band. She asked the band during the break if she could get up and sing with the band. She had a lack of experience, and the performance didn’t turn out too great for her, and people tried to pull her off that stage. This was an embarrassing moment for her, but when she looks back on it, she doesn’t feel as though that moment discouraged her at all or made her feel as though she should give up.  She took it in stride.
  • Realized if she was going to sing, she was going to have to do it well. That meant going to lessons and practicing and working very hard at it.
  • Worked a temp job that she hated. Didn’t feel as though she was doing anything useful and that the job was a waste of time for her. Decided she wasn’t going to spend anymore time doing a job that she found no value in. Encouraged her to sign up to be a singing instructor. Had a lot of success as an instructor.
  • You must decide, and then act.
  • People tend to put things off because they are afraid or nervous about what might happen if they do decide.

19:47 – Melancholy People

  • We know where we belong in life, and everyone knows what they want to be doing.
  • Success is doing what you want to do. Waking up everyday and feeling as though they are doing what they want to do is success.
  • If you are not attempting to pursue your dream, you are failing in life.
  • People become bitter because they don’t do what they want to in life, and they become jealous of those that do.
  • People don’t want to hear they aren’t living a good life. No matter how much you try to help them, they might begrudge you for it. This is a victim mentality.
  • When you come onto this planet you are a victim because you don’t get to choose the life that you are going to have. But once you are older and you have authority over your own life you can decide to change things and make things happen for yourself.
  • People need to understand their own responsibility in their life. Things are not always out of your control.

25:52 – Originality and being genuine.

  • There was a point where she knew that she wasn’t a great singer.
  • However, she always knew that she wanted to be a singer, and that was going to be her main goal.
  • The music business is a rough rode, and it can be hard to find your footing.
  • The internet is a double-edged sword.
  • There are newer artists today who try to recreate the works of other famous people, and they are just trying to make a copy of what they’ve heard. It’s not genuine, and there is no really heart or soul behind it. It’s important to develop something that is unique to you, and to your own personal message that you want to tell the world.
  • You recognize quality when you see it in writing and production of art.
  • Art comes from being genuine and unique to yourself and your life.
  • Music and art needs to be real.
  • It’s okay to learn from someone and take inspiration but copying someone is never going to make you successful.

38:49 – What does failure mean to you?

  • Doesn’t think of herself in terms of failure.
  • Failure could be just not quite hitting the mark on something that you are trying to do. Doesn’t mean that you won’t get there eventually, but you will get there eventually.
  • We may try something new at one point in time, and realize we aren’t as suited to that as we might have thought, and so we have to re evaluate what we’re doing at that time. This is all apart of growing.

39:52 – #share

  • In life to really be able to look back on your legacy, if you strive to be the very best you can be, when you look back you will be proud of yourself.
  • People thing that things should be handed to them, and that they don’t have to work for things, but it’s things don’t always come easily.
  • When you are given something that you didn’t work for, you won’t feel that same amount satisfaction and pride as you would if you had actually put the work in for it.
  • You need to have wealth consciousness, and the right mindset for success. You need to condition your mind, not just your external circumstances.

46:32 – What is the key to a long-lasting relationship?

  • Commitment to staying together no matter what, and making things work.
  • Each person in the relationship needs to work on themselves individually before they can make their relationship work.
  • Need to learn to forgive and forget
  • It’s important to evaluate the relationship and how you feel about one another, and then find a way to make it work.
  • If you stop being a victim and take responsibility and learn how to grow from mistakes you can find the way to make things work.
  • You have to learn your lessons in life.

51:42 – Final Thoughts

  • Quote for motivation: “Let your faith be bigger than your fear”
  • Have faith that you are going in the right direction and following your heart, and things will materialize for you.
  • Don’t let fear stop you.
  • Don’t give up because success could be right around the corner for you.

53:48 – Outro

Luanne’s Links







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Books Mentioned:

Three Feet From Gold by: Sharon L. Lechter CPA and Greg S. Reid

SHOW NOTES – Reneau Peurifoy ( EP. 007)

0:00 – Intro Music

0:26 – Affirmation:

“I was not delivered unto this world in defeat, nor does failure course in my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep. I will hear not those who weep and complain, for their disease is contagious. Let them join the sheep. The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny.” 

  • Og Mandio, The Greatest Salesman in the World.

1:00 – Intro to Reneau

  • Author, speaker and educator
  • Author of several books surrounding emotions and mental health
  • Most recent is Anger: Taming the beast
  • Favourite Quote: “in life pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional”

2:55 – What is anger. How do you deal with it? 

  • Broad view of anger, you experience it everyday
  • Low level is irritation, high level is rage. Same emotion, it just depends on the level.
  • Anger is a normal human reaction.
  • Provides motivation and energy to settle conflicts and take care of yourself as long as it’s not being expressed inappropriately.
  • It’s important to minimize negative reactions, maximize positive reactions.
  • Anger is about threat. Response to being threatened. Anger or fear. If it’s unmanageable, it becomes fear. If it’s manageable one becomes angry to get rid of it.
  • We may see threats where there aren’t any.
  • Triggers from the past can cause anger. Things from your past can trigger threat.
  • When you’re sick, tired or stressed you don’t reason as well as when you’re calm. You don’t think as clearly, and you may become angry.
  • It’s easier to learn when to keep quiet and try to deal with it when you’re feeling better.
  • Emotions are just a message that there is a need. Negative emotions mean there was a loss, and positive emotions means something was fulfilled.
  • Emotions are just information.
  • Act on the emotion, don’t act it out. Respond, don’t react.
  • Recognize patterns, find resolve.

12:50 – Core Beliefs

  • Core beliefs that shape your interpretations of the world were developed by a little kid. For some people that never changes.
  • Never stop growing and maturing.
  • Really shape the actions about how we react to things.
  • What it means to be a man or a woman. What are relationships about? What is success? What is life after death? Shape the reactions we have to other people
  • We are distracted from our core beliefs by media and technology. It’s necessary to unplug sometimes and spend less time with electronics.
  • Beneficial to examine your core beliefs, and what they mean to you. Self-examine, and reflect.

15:20 – Anger: Taming the Beast – Human Behaviour and emotions

  • Can we control our anger?
  • What are some of the things that can cause anger?
  • What anger is appropriate? Is the level appropriate? Will it cause another person harm?
  • Recognize how we’re behaving towards something.
  • People will downplay their anger.
  • Anger can give people social power
  • Fear, and making people afraid of your anger can give you a certain level of control.
  • People will minimize the consequences of their behaviour. They may say “what’s the big deal?”
  • People will modify their behaviour around people of authority. People will consider the consequences.
  • As an adult, you can manage your emotions and control your behaviour. Keep in mind your actions, and your behaviour.
  • Challenge your should / must thinking.
  • When people feel vulnerable, they become defensive, and resort to something that makes them feel strong. Convert to anger for strength.
  • Fight or flight when faced with confrontation.
  • Learn to become okay with embarrassment and making mistakes.
  • If someone’s behaviour is irrational, it’s because their beliefs are irrational.
  • Ask yourself why you’re feeling threatened.
  • Many people will label certain emotions as “taboo” so they resort to anger to cover it up. Find a way to let go of this way of thinking

29:52 – Emotions and children.

  • Children model behaviour from the people in their lives.
  • Discover the child’s “theme” How can you encourage a child in that theme?
  • Build their confidence and communicate effectively with them about their strengths and weaknesses.
  • How can you give them structure to deal with these insecurities?
  • Build confidence.
  • Teachable vs unteachable moments.
  • Success comes with the quality of your relationship.
  • Encouragement and support is necessary.
  • Spend time with your kids and develop a relationship
  • Don’t be irrational.
  • Share your experiences
  • There will always be difficult moments with children
  • There’s always another tomorrow.

36:40 – How Reneau has added value

  • Private practice for 20 years
  • Taught at college for 15 years
  • Writing
  • Does counselling on the side through church

37:41 – links and where to find Reneau



Amazon author page:


YouTube Channel:

39:19 – Outro

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Show Notes – ROBERT CROWN (EP. 10)

0:00 – Intro Music

0:26 – Affirmation:

“I will persist until I succeed. I was not delivered unto this world in defeat, nor does failure course in my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep. I will hear not those who weep and complain, for their disease is contagious. Let them join the sheep. The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny. I will persist until I succeed.” 

  • Og Mandio, The Greatest Salesman in the World.

1:00 – Intro to Robert Crown

  • Author of “Suffering Ends When Awakening Begins”
  • Has suffered a traumatizing past, in which he was faced with his own near death.
  • Has had to learn how to put behind him the dysfunctional behaviours passed down to him by his family.
  • His message is “it does get better”
  • Helps in his community and service organizations through charity, and through working with youth and seniors.
  • Served on the board of directors in his local chamber of commerce.
  • Love of travel has taken him to Japan six times
  • Has a wife and four children
  • Owns a residential real-estate brokerage

2:40 – Pride

  • Den of Pride is about confidence building, and that it’s okay to be proud of who you are
  • Is pride a sin?
  • Is pride a good or a bad thing?
  • Depends on where your ego is with your pride. If you are boisterous or a braggart, then it could be a bad thing.
  • What does pride mean to you?
  • It means being proud of your accomplishments and the things you’ve achieved.
  • What are you most proud of?
  • Being able to turn his life around and a live a life that he wants

4:03 – Robert’s childhood story and learning to awaken.

  • Comes from a dysfunctional family
  • 1973, Robert was 11 years old
  • Robert’s mother drugged him and his sisters by putting pills in ice cream
  • She then attempted to kill Robert and his sisters by filling the house with carbon monoxide from the family car
  • Robert started slipping out of consciousness, and felt he was going to die.
  • A voice comes to him and tells him to go to the door and try to escape. Robert believes this was his higher self speaking to him.
  • Through sheer determination to survive, he escapes, and makes it outside to safety.
  • He screams for help, and his mother finds him, and she snaps out of it. Robert’s sisters are rushed to the hospital.
  • Everyone was okay, but his mother spent three months in a hospital.
  • Never received any counselling, and he and his sisters didn’t speak about it until he began writing his book.
  • Didn’t forgive his mother for a long time afterwards. They now have a good relationship.
  • Things that happen in your childhood can be attributed to things that happen to you later in life. The trauma that this event caused might explain some of the personal and behavioural struggles that he experienced throughout his life.
  • Robert has realized after reading The Bhagavad Gita that humanity can awaken to their true purpose, and if they don’t, they fail. Humanity must awaken to who they truly are. The people who fight through their hardships and learn from them and can keep going, they can awaken to their true purpose. We need to keep going, and deal with our hardships ourselves.
  • Suffering isn’t here to make us go through things, it’s to get us to awaken to who we truly are and awaken to our true selves and our divinity.

20:29 – Listening to the Universe’s message

  • suffering in life that we go through is an opportunity
  • Everything comes from one origin. Some call it God, some call it ‘source’
  • Source is omniscience all knowing. Full of profound, deep love.
  • Source is omnipotent.
  • Parts of the source are broken off, and these broken off pieces are our human minds and consciousness. We are pieces of the source, and our human body is a container.
  • When you are moved from the ultimate source, veils of illusion get placed over us. False beliefs are placed over humanity. It’s important to remove these veils of delusion so we can awaken to who we truly are. Once we awaken to who we truly are, we discover this omniscience, and divinity within us.
  • The point of the awakening is to get in touch with who we really are.
  • The way you think can have a huge impact on things. Instead of thinking about what can go wrong, consider what can go right.
  • “The moment that you begin to think properly, a power within you will emerge. This I know for sure.” – Michael Beckwith

33:20 – Changing your thinking

  • Masaru Emoto, Messages from Water:  Studied and researched our thoughts and how they effected water crystals. Under messages that had words such as ‘ugly’ or ‘hate’, ugly water crystals would appear. Under messages that had words such as ‘beautiful’ or ‘love’, beautiful water crystals would appear.
  • Your thoughts can manifest your reality.
  • 5 step processes: 1. Make a firm decision on what you want to do, don’t let anything stop you no matter what 2. Create a clear image in your mind of what you want 3. Create an affirmation in your mind of what you are trying to achieve, allow yourself to feel how you want to be 4.  Think from the end, believe that you already have what you want 5.  Stop negative chatter, you’re so used to thinking a specific way, that’s your default. So, you must raise your vibration and your frequency.
  • Live a life with intention.
  • The way we think are all paradigms from when we were little kids. We make connections that might not be there because your brain is wired a certain way from when you’re a kid.
  • Creating a new reality can make one feel very exposed and vulnerable, but you must remember that your brain is working against you. You feel comfortable in a way that’s familiar, so your brain will try to make you stay in one place. But you develop the most when you are feeling uncomfortable.
  • Embrace your new reality and move forward.

46:06 – Parting Thoughts

  • No matter what challenges you face in your life, even if you feel like you can’t handle it, you will never receive more than you can handle.
  • You are a strong, powerful being
  • You are a multi dimensional being living in a third dimensional world, and you are more powerful than you will ever know.
  • “Throughout human history, there has been many battles. But there has been only one war. That is the war of the oppressing consciousness trying to suppress the consciousness that wants to be free.”  – Max Buyers
  • Don’t just think something, believe it.

48:47 – Where you can find Robert


Instagram: Robert Crown



49:20 – Outro

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Books / Movies Mentioned:

Suffering Ends when Awakening Begins, Robert Crown

The Bhagavad Gita:

Messages from Water and The Universe, Masaru Emoto:

The Secret, Rhonda Byrne




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Experience Independence

This was sent to me in an email campaign today & I felt you might benefit from this article.  As the US Celebrate Independence Day this week, they consider their fight for Separation from the British Rule.

This article offers advice on some things that you would benefit from implementing a separation or independence.  Please Read below this article from David Newman of Do It Marketing.


Speaker’s Declaration of Independence

To celebrate Independence Day here in the US, here are 17 articles of the “Speaker’s Declaration of Independence.”

  1. You are independent of “being chosen” and will proactively reach out to highly targeted prospects with a value-first message to ask how you can help them.
  2. You are independent of “small potatoes” thinking and doing and you are free to think big – and act bigger (courtesy @JeffreyHayzlett)
  3. Your fees are independent of any prospect’s budget. What they “can afford” has zero to do with what you deserve to earn based on the value you deliver.
  4. You are independent of being stuck, stymied, and confused. You are free to DECIDE and DEFINE exactly what problems you solve and exactly what people you serve.
  5. You are independent of “waiting for someday” for your speaking-driven business to become what you always wanted it to be. Your time is now and your opportunities are limited only by your imagination.
  6. You are independent of “one size fits all” business models. Keynoters are no better (or richer) than trainers, seminar leaders, coaches, consultants, facilitators, online course creators, etc. The business model that fits is the business model that pays (and lasts.)
  7. You are independent of “shiny object syndrome” and you are free to focus relentlessly on MMA (Money-Making Activity) to connect with the right prospects who want you to solve the right problems at the right fee.
  8. You are independent of tactic-itis because you know that random tactics lead to random results. You are free to put the right strategies in place that lead to coordinated tactics, action steps, and results.
  9. You are independent of being treated like a commodity. You are free to boldly claim your topic, niche, target market, and specialization as an expert who speaks professionally.
  10. You are independent of impostor syndrome. You are free to embrace the entirety of your expertise, experience, past jobs, past careers, skills, insights, and hard-won wisdom and bring 100% of those assets to bear on delivering massive value to your hand-selected group of extremely lucky high-paying clients.
  11. You are independent of “local-yokel” status. You are free to drop your Chamber membership, stop taking local gigs for peanuts, and stop playing small in your own backyard. National experts market and sell nationally, and are in high demand regardless of geography.
  12. You are independent of sales reluctance. You are free to open relationship-building conversations with highly targeted prospects who are actively seeking solutions to the urgent, pervasive, expensive problems you’re already brilliant at solving.
  13. You are independent of the competition. You are free to zig where they zag and you are free to shift your positioning, packaging, and messaging so that you truly become a “Category of One” (courtesy @JoeCalloway)
  14. You are independent of “random acts of marketing.” You are free to laser focus on only high-probability prospects because you’re a student of the game and know exactly who to connect with, what they want, and where to find them. You “fish where the fish are” (courtesy @CoreyPerlman)
  15. You are independent of your partner or spouse’s lack of belief and support for your entrepreneurial journey. You are free to openly discuss what you’re doing, why it’s important to you, and how you’re going to recommit (now – right now!) to making this a real business and not a hobby by getting dead serious about your revenue generation.
  16. You are independent of the “feast or famine” revenue rollercoaster. You are free to build a high-fee speaking-driven business that generates a consistent flow of leads, clients, and cash and creates the lifestyle you envisioned when you first started your entrepreneurial adventure.
  17. You are independent of fear, uncertainty, and doubt. You are free to build your speaking-driven business as a decisive, committed action-taker who never spends a moment in hesitation (courtesy @RussRuffino) and who is 1,000% focused on daily action, traction, and results.

— David

David Newman :: Do It! Marketing

SHOW NOTES – Kay Sanders (Ep. 008)

0:00 – Intro Music

0:26 – Affirmation:

“I was not delivered unto this world in defeat, nor does failure course in my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep. I will hear not those who weep and complain, for their disease is contagious. Let them join the sheep. The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny.” 

  • Og Mandio, The Greatest Salesman in the World.

1:00 – Intro to Kay

  • Thought leader on social media
  • Creator of possibilities
  • Intuitive Business Coach
  • Best selling author
  • Author: Mindset Magic and 365 Days of Inspiration

1:37 – Discussions about Pride

  • Is Pride a sin?
  • You need to be proud of what you do.
  • Step into who we are and move forward
  • Allows you to help other people
  • What Does Pride mean to you?
  • “Looking back overall of the things I have accomplished, I can say I love who I have become based on the things I’ve been through”
  • Anything is possible
  • Strive for more.
  • Be proud of what you’ve been through, and who you are no matter where you are in life.
  • Seeing the bigger picture
  • “Things didn’t happen to me, it happened for me. Allowed me to become a better person”
  • Be proud of who you are.
  • Create the life I’m living by moving forward.
  • “I am excited about who I will become in the future”

7: 09 – What are you most proud of?

  • Everything that I’ve been through and accomplished.
  • Kept fighting despite everything that has happened to her. Found a way to make her life better.
  • Not resisting what the universe had in store for her.
  • “As long as I can impact one person, it’s made my day”
  • “If you believe in yourself anything is possible”

12:54 – Journey of growth

  • Speedy process of learning her gifts: Spiritual awakening and discovering she’s an empath.
  • Don’t resist your gifts. Don’t reject things you’re not familiar with.
  • Be who you are. Don’t resist who you are within.
  • Don’t doubt your self worth.
  • Allow yourself to let go of control. Surrender to what is happening.
  • Let things fall into place.
  • Open and step through the door
  • Every day you grow into a new person.
  • You’re never the same person, you’re always growing. Don’t go back.
  • Ask for help. Look for mentors
  • Even if you feel uneasy, learn to trust yourself, and step forward.

19:16 – Building success

  • Allow yourself to wear multiple hats.
  • Don’t sabotage your own success.
  • Monkey mind: self-sabotage. Stops you in your tracks. Try to ignore it. Step back and asses.
  • Mindset is what stops people from doing what they are meant to do. Illusions that keep you in your comfort zone.
  • Ego mind keeps you safe, and success is scary. Ask yourself: What’s the higher truth?
  • “Like new shoes they’re uncomfortable at first, but you have to walk in them a bit to get used to them.”
  • Celebrate how far you’ve come.
  • Teach your ego mind that the unknown can be safe.
  • “Success is an inside job. 90% inner mindset work. 10% is action.”
  • Build the foundation before you build the building. You have to get started somewhere.
  • Act in alignment with who you are and what you want to create, and your purpose.
  • believe in your success. Imagine and visualize success. And then take aligned action.
  • Law of attraction: You attract what you vibrate on.
  • Purpose doesn’t always come easy, and it can shift.
  • Figure out what your mission is.
  • We are meant to make a difference. Figure out how it might be packaged later.
  • Make the decision to become a different person, and don’t resist.
  • Interaction is important.

30:39 –  Building and improving your mindset

  • Deciding that you want to be and do more.
  • Whatever you don’t like that’s around you, look inside of yourself first. Do you value yourself? Do you take care of yourself?
  • Everything that happens in your life is your responsibility
  • Whether or not you take an action. It’s always been your choice.
  • Everyday you have a clean slate. What happened yesterday doesn’t matter, just move forward.
  • Try to always make better choices. Learn from mistakes and move on.
  • Keep moving forwards.
  • Ask yourself hard questions and give yourself genuine answers.
  • Don’t avoid self analysis. It will help you grow.
  • Be honest with yourself. Take responsibility
  • Don’t resist getting to the point where you have to make a choice. You’re going to have to realize the consequences of your choice.
  • You can always get back on your path. You always have a choice.
  • Tune into your heart. What feels good?
  • Your inner guidance knows what’s best for you. It wants to embrace itself and wants you to become a better person. Feel what’s going on inside.
  • Go into your true self.
  • Use what you learned yesterday and make things better.

41:05 – Messages of Inspiration

  • Can help you answer questions that you need answered
  • Powerful quotes and wise advice
  • People can take something out of it for their life.
  • Written in 45 days.
  • Her own messages that came to her from the universe. All original, and not copied.
  • Tool for guidance

45:05 – How Kay adds value

  • Speaking and creating videos on social media.
  • Launching her own show on July 10th: Abundantly Successful Show
  • Conscious entrepreneurs who want to share their passion with their customers.
  • Assists clients with their Spirituality and mindfulness
  • YouTube videos: how-to videos and messages. 
  • Engage with audience.
  • Show people that so much more is possible.
  • Belief in collaboration: you can’t do it all on their own. There’s no such thing as competition.
  • We are all here to provide value.

50:04 – Kay’s Coaching Services

  • 1 on 1 coaching. 3 month, 6 months 9 months and a year, or single service. 
  • 2-hour strategic planning service. 
  • Akashik record reading. What is your purpose in life, core message. Souls library of all your lifetimes. Ask any questions about your purpose.

55:13 – Final words

  • Anything is possible
  • Success is always in the cards.
  • Focus on mindset.
  • Embody who you really are.
  • You can have anything that you want if you allow it.
  • You are divine.
  • Stop resisting.
  • Everything is a journey. It might be hard work, and things take time.
  • Find support.

59:50 – Where can you find Kay?





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