Special Guest Expert - Michele Swinick

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Speaker1:
So here's the big question how are entrepreneurs like us who have been hustling and struggling to make it to success, who seem to make it one step forward only to fall two steps back

To our dedicated? And driven. How do we finally break through? And with that is the question. And this podcast will give you the answers. My name is Brian Kelly. This. Body.

Speaker1:
Hello, everyone, and welcome, welcome, welcome to the Mind Body Business Show. We have a phenomenal show lined up for you tonight. I cannot wait. Oh my goodness, the energy from this woman is incredible. It's amazing, as is she. She is coming on very, very soon. Who is she? She is Michelle Swanwick. She is an amazing, amazing young woman who has got an incredible radio show of her own, and I've actually had the luxury and the privilege of being a guest on it already. And I got to tell you she's amazing with a capital A.. Soon we will be bringing her on, I promise. The Mind Body Business Show What is that all about? For those of you that have not been on this show watching or listening, it is about what I call the three pillars of success. And in my now, fifty seven years on this planet, I spent a good ten of those studying only successful people. I wanted to find out what was it about them that got them greater success than, say, someone like me? Did they put on their clothes differently? Did they do different things that magically made them more successful? And the answer is no. There's nothing magical, but there are patterns. And the cool thing is three patterns emerged and they are the very title of the show mind being mind set to to each individual, they have a very powerful and more importantly, more flexible mindset.

Speaker1:
They're flexible. They can change gears and change direction on a dime. And and that's from the mind standpoint. And then there's body that's literally about taking care of one's own body nutritionally and physically through that that four letter word called exercise. Yeah, I know you math whizzes will get me on that one. And then there's business. Business is so multifaceted. So the thing is to create a successful business and then to grow it into even more successful business. One must master a myriad of different skill sets that are required to do that. There are things like neuro skill sets like sales, marketing, team building, systematize leadership. I could go on for quite some time and I won't. I will spare you. The thing is to master any one skill set is like being an expert and being an expert of all you astute folks out there. You've probably read that the average time it takes to become an expert in any one area is around 10000 hours, and that's the same with mastering the skill set. The good news is you don't have to master them all. Not even all the ones I mentioned, in fact, just one. And it was one of those that I mentioned. If you master just one skill set, then you are pretty much set to then master your business going forward.

Speaker1:
And that one skill set is the skill set of leadership. Once you've mastered that skill set, you now have the skills in place to bring in those people that already have mastered the skill sets you have yet to master. And now you may never have to. You can spend your time building your business instead of working on getting better and refining each skill set, and then you can grow your business faster. And so this show is all about bringing on phenomenal entrepreneurs like Michelle to help you to give you those those secrets, those little tidbits that you like. Oh, my goodness, if I employ that one strategy or that one tip, I can really take off. That is the whole purpose of this show is to share amazing, amazing individuals like Michelle Swanwick and give you her secrets to her success and whatever aligns with you. You just simply model them, and we just make a better world as a result because we're serving more people. And speaking of serving more people and amazing people to a person, each one of these successful people also were very voracious readers of books and not just any books, but the right books. And with that, I like to Segway very quickly into a little segment I affectionately call bookmarks.

Speaker2:
It's. Bookmarks born to read, bookmarks ready, steady read bookmarks brought to you by reach your big library icon.

Speaker1:
Yes, reached your peak library. Real quick note for everyone watching and listening, whether you're watching live, whether you're watching the recording, whether you're listening on podcast is take out a good old fashioned pad of paper and a pen and take notes rather than succumbing to that, that little itch that we all get that we want to go click away and go research all of these wonderful resources. Michelle is going to have a bunch. I know I've done this show a long time and everyone has a lot of great resources for us. Write them down now, visit them after the show. That's my advice, because the thing is the magic happens in the room. I would really hate for you to be listening to Michelle, and she gives drops a great resource and you go click away and go looking at that resource and studying it and miss perhaps the most valuable nugget that Michelle could ever give you that would change your life forever. I would hate for that to happen. So instead of doing that, just take notes, write these things down like reach your peak library, visit it after the show's over and be present. Because that's when the magic happens is when you're paying attention to people like Michelle. All right. Reach your peak library. It's just a website that I had built with you in mind, the entrepreneur, the person looking for the next great read. And what I found is that I didn't start reading voraciously till about 10 years ago at the age of forty seven.

Speaker1:
And when I did, I said, Oh my goodness, that opened my eyes to this world of, Oh, these books are life changing. So I began cataloging those that had a profound impact on either my business, my personal life or both. And I put them here and had my team build this website, and these are here solely for you that you can just find the first book that jumps off the page that that resonates with you, that you want to read, that you haven't read yet and just get it. You don't have to get it on this site. You can go to Amazon, you can get it anywhere you want. That's not the purpose of this site. It's not a moneymaking site is here literally as an online library, and there's no rhyme or reason to how they're listed. They're not in alphabetical order. They're just put in, as we put them in period made it simple. And so there are quite a few books in there. Just pick the first one, start reading it, finish it, go on to the next, and you'll see a just a beautiful transformation in your life, both in your business life and your personal life. Speaking of life, it's time to get on with ours and bring on the person you all came to see. Let's bring her. It's Michelle Swanwick time. Here we go.

Speaker2:
It's time for the guest expert, spotlight savvy, skillful, professional, adept, trained, big league qualified.

Speaker1:
And there she is. Ladies and gentlemen, it is the one, it is the only

Speaker3:
Michelle Swanwick

Speaker1:
Yeah. Welcome to the show, Michelle. How are you doing?

Speaker3:
Oh, I am awesome. I want you to keep talking about me. I, I don't think I heard anyone say that nice and compliments and everything else and so long. So I'm going to have to listen to that over and over and over. So thank you very much and thank you for having me on your great show. The Mind Body Business with Brian Kelly.

Speaker1:
Thank you very much. Yeah, yet it hasn't stopped yet. There'll be more good words coming your way because they're deserved. That's the only reason they come your way. Real quick before we jumped into this, Michel, a little bit of housekeeping for those that are watching. You can see this visually and that is right above Michelle's left shoulder up. On the right hand corner of your screen is the big insider secrets that red stamp looking thing and that is the sponsor of this shows Jason, a dear friend of mine. Amazing man. They have given us the ability to give to you who are watching us live. You must be watching live and to the end of this show, if you stay to the end, we'll tell you. I will reveal how you can win a five night stay at a five star luxury resort. Yes, that's right. All compliments of the big insider secrets. They gave that to us to give away every single show, every single week. Is that amazing or what? And then one more. And then we'll come back to Michelle and we'll have a lot of fun here. All right. If you're struggling with putting a live show together and it's overwhelming and you want a lot of the processes done for you while still enabling you to put on a high quality show and connect with great people like Michelle Swanwick and grow your business all at the same time, then head on over to carpet bomb marketing. Carpet bomb marketing saturate the marketplace with your message. That is it. Now it's time to formally introduce the amazing Michelle Swanwick. Is everyone ready? Are you ready? Are you ready, Michelle? I'm going to introduce you now. It's going to

Speaker3:
Be

Speaker1:
Official. Here we go. Michelle Quick, The Queen of Quality Content, is a purpose driven entrepreneur story. Share passionate networker and host of the Everything Home talk radio show. Phenomenal show. You should listen to it. And she's a podcast and patriotic, purpose driven resource platform that is a patriotic and purpose driven resource platform. She's not a platform. It's your censorship free, safe space sanctuary speakeasy for patriots. One location for all the information with take action items. I love that to grow your business, enhance the quality of your life, and this is a big part. Make a difference. That's what we all want, especially in your communities. With that officially formally Welcome Michelle Swanwick to the show. So happy, you're here. This is going to be a lot of fun because we've had a chat and you are an amazing, amazing woman. This is going to be so much fun. I can't wait.

Speaker3:
Well, thank you again for having me and wonderful intro. Any time that you want to come on my show, do an intro like that, you are welcome. I will give you extra time and just a quick plug. He's going to be on the show at 1:30 p.m. Monday, November 1st to kick off. Never look back, November, never look back November and he's going to be kicking off at 30 p.m.

Speaker1:
I just love the whole concept of that. Never look back November. I mean, that should be the entrepreneur's credo every single day

Speaker3:
You would think you would think. But you know, the problem with entrepreneurs is it's it's tiring, right? You you're working all the time and you're like, God, I'm going to die that I've got this awesome business where I'm going to become my own boss. And then you realize I'm working twice as much when I had a real job. Then you're just going, you know, I'm doing this, so I'm flying all on my own and you go, Where's my life? Where's my money? You know, so any of these moments and it is what it is. And then every once in a while, like I said, you know what? I should have just went and got a government cushy job right with a pension. And you know, you have a meeting to have a meeting and you don't have to do anything and you push things around on your desk and you get one hundred and sixty six days and at the end of your career, you cash it out and there's an extra hundred grand. I mean, whoa. Right? What a great gig. What are we thinking like? Why did we become entrepreneurs? And then why don't we stick with it? It's it's like a sick passion. You know, a sick. I have a purpose driven, you know, it's just like, it's like, yeah,

Speaker1:
Sick in a way that it's maniacal, right? That we just won't do anything. We will not stop no matter what. That's the way I would look at the sick part of it, because it's a good sick. It's a driven sick. It's a I'm all in passionate. I love what I do, or I wouldn't be doing it kind of sick, right?

Speaker3:
Because you help me. It's not like I've got COVID or something. So right?

Speaker1:
Yeah, it's and it's an amazing ride and it's a great journey. And that's why there aren't as many entrepreneurs on this planet as there are now because it takes some really thick skin, a lot of drive, a lot of perseverance, a lot of patience, a lot of risk and a lot of work, a lot of work. And part of the reason of the show, Michel, is to help folks to get farther down that path faster and not reinvent the wheel that they don't have to. And that is to model someone who has achieved success and pick those pieces out that they need. And I'm so excited because you epitomize that you are one of the hardest working people I've just gotten to know, and I resonated with what you said right there in the beginning. Totally resonated. It is. It is quite the bumpy ride, but it's a fun one.

Speaker3:
Yeah. And when you, you know, you know, you expect that and it doesn't matter if it's the first time you've been down the Entrepreneur Road or it's your second or third venture or whatever, you've been doing it, you've been you had a good run for a while. You're always going to have those bumps. And of course, you know, not to bring up COVID again because I'm tired talking about it. I'm tired of given the facts and real quick, I'm going to do a plug for the show. Ok, anybody is listening. You need to listen to episode two. Sixty one. Well, actually two sixty three do. They're both the same. Dr. Lee Merritt OK. I'm telling everybody. I'm telling everybody. If the planet listened to this episode because this is the most amazing woman when it comes to everything. Koven OK. And two sixty three. So listen to that. It'll change everything and it will literally change. It will make it. It's the defining moment in your life when you listen to this, because if you either go, Oh my God, I get it, I agree. Or if you say, I just don't believe her, OK, then you just pick the lane. You literally just picked a lane. I'm just telling you it's it's it's a little bit long. It's like about an hour and 20 minute interview. And I'm sure a lot of people are know who Dr. Lee Merritt is. She's a medical rebel, right? Listen to that one. Literally. And if you ever have somebody that gives you a hard time or they're trying to push you to get the non vaccine, or they're like, Why aren't you wearing your dirty mask? Just have them listen to that and just go, OK, we don't need to be friends anymore.

Speaker3:
I got it. It's cool. But in a way, I don't know how I got on that tangent. So this is what happens when you come into my world, right? So the reason why I let me give you a little brief, a little rundown on on the show. The show has five guests, seven minute segments, and then I that wasn't enough having five people in a live format coming at you. And then I'm talking in between and I'm just throwing out information and facts and and resources and tips and takeaways to grow your business, enhance the quality of your life and make a difference, especially in your communities. And I'm throwing it out there because I figured if you got an hour, I'm going to jam packed with so much stuff that you're just like, Whoa, not only is this lady crazy, but it is funny, and I got some great information about all this stuff that matters, right? So you might have tuned in for something business wise, but then you feel like you got some information about something in the community or something that was inspirational. And then you went, Wow, this does make sense. Like, I kind of need these three. You mentioned the three pillars or the three legs.

Speaker3:
I have the three legs of the stool also, but it's business life and community. And if you got one of them, it's like all that the that's just three the stool of life, because if you got one of them, that's out of whack, everything is just out of balance, right? So if you're like gung ho businessmen, but you don't do anything in your community, you really know people or, you know, is your school ward a mess like Virginia and you've got kids in school and you don't even know that stuff's going on? Or are you just like, totally not healthy because you're working all the time? You know what I mean? And or just like grumpy old man, but you have a lot of money, you know what I mean? So you really need and that's kind of like my whole ideology of of where, where, where things need to change. Like you need to reposition your reality to realize that it's not just business and it's not just, oh, personal improvement, rah rah, or it's not just, you know, being very active in the community. You need to have a balance between all three of them. And that's why there's there's so many. We're very diverse on our show and there's a lot of diversity, you know, like diversity and inclusion. But anyway, see, I can go, I can, I can pick, I can pick a lane and I can go down those tangents. I mean, anyone that

Speaker1:
I love that reposition your reality, that is,

Speaker3:
It's changing your ideology, change your ideology to realize that all of those three different categories really play into one another. And somebody said to me, Michelle, you know, you're telling me to become a precinct committeeman. I'm big on that. I'm a precinct committeeman here and mayor corrupCion County, Arizona, and District 23 Mayor corrupCion County. You know, we got we had something called an audit. Did you guys know that we had an audit here in corrupCion County Anarchy, Arizona? So I'm encouraging people to get involved. I don't care what side of the fence you're on. Obviously, you can kind of figure out where I'm very pro-America. I call it a common sense, common sense. Pro-america activists is what I've labeled myself as right because I just want to encourage common sense because it's not out there anymore, right? So we talk about it on the show we talk about on the platform and. I I don't know where I was going with that. Yeah, you got me all riled up, Brian Kelly, you got me.

Speaker1:
I'll ask you something we talked about, right? I opened up with a bio reading about you and you've got the radio show and you're helping entrepreneurs and business people and people to gain common sense that may not yet be there. And all. That's phenomenal, and it takes a lot. As you mentioned already, it's very a lot of work and it kind of it can consume you. And knowing that and you've been doing this for some time, I always like to peel back the curtain and take a step back because in my humble opinion, it is our mind, the thing between our two ears that makes or breaks our level of success. It's all up to us and nobody else. And I found that to be true. Once I became an entrepreneur, I used to do corporate and oh my goodness, what a difference. And I love it. What? I wanted to find out from you, Michelle. For everyone that's listening so that they can understand and maybe be inspired by you. And what actually is it that drives you when you get up in the morning? And you know, there's all of those arduous tasks is producing the show, getting ready for it, the graphics and everything that goes into setting things up as I am very well and astute to as well. And you know that all these things are in front of you. Sometimes other big issues come up that you didn't have any clue. We're going to hit you right at the wrong time, right before the show goes live. You got something going on all that. Knowing that and having been through that, what is going on in that beautiful brain of yours when you get up in the morning? And what keeps you driven, what keeps you motivated when you know that all these things are going to keep kind of smacking you backwards as you go forward in the day?

Speaker3:
Well, when I was thinking about that question, believe it or not, I had never really written it out. And I encourage people this is the crazy thing on my show. And you mentioned it in the beginning and I and this is a second. I second that motion pen and paper. Ok, I always start up the show. Take out your pen and paper piece, right? We, the people take out your pen and paper because it is scientifically proven that if you write things down, your brain registers a different. It actually sits in there like a imprints into your brain and a different way. You learn it a different way when you actually write it down, not texting it to yourself or notes or whatever the the kids are calling it nowadays or even typing it, it really makes a difference with the pen and paper. So what was what was interesting is I never wrote it out before, and I tell people to do this. I tell people on the show all the time to do all these things, and I said, Oh my God, I just realized I never wrote it out. So I said, OK, what is it that really motivates me to get my ass out of bed? It makes me actually do these things and keep going when you know the tough gets going, which is like every day, it's not.

Speaker3:
The stuff's not easy, right? It's not easy. I'm herding cats just to rein in the guests and get all that taken care of. I mean, there's seven people, sometimes eight in a two hour period and you know, they're human beings, right? They have other things to do, but that's a whole nother. That's a whole nother show. Brian Kelly. But, you know, I thought about it and I said, really, it's my passion for people purpose and patriotism. And it's literally and now over the past year, when I thought about it, it's my mission to restore freedom and freedom in four professional for a personal and financially for anybody who's willing to do the work right. So it requires that. So you can't just listen to a show where you can't just read a book, you can't just go to, you know, do a webinar or buy an. And I think you and I were talking about this when you were on the show. I think it was episode two fifty two point fifty nine. For those of you, I think I wrote it down. Hold on. Let me look to 50. Where are you? Two? Fifty nine? It was the episode he was on during omnipotent October because it's currently still omniscient omnipotent October.

Speaker3:
So two fifty nine is the one that you should listen to with Brian Kelly and it we were talking about, you know, a lot of these On-Demand courses, they're very expensive and there's so many of them and there's a lot of noise out there, a lot of noise. So you really need to you want to be willing to do the work. So what I'm saying because a lot of people aren't, they said, I'll just do the class. And yeah, I'm just I'm going to read the book. And because you got to do the work you got, you got to put that in. So I said, All right, I'll I'm there to bring all this information. I'm there to provide it all in one location. I'm going to bombard you with so much stuff and so many different categories. You don't have to go anywhere else because a lot of the people like Brian, he's not part of my platform. So you can get you can get him me and then you're going to get more of him because I'm telling you to listen to him because we're all in this together, right? That's the whole point of all this.

Speaker3:
It's a it's that genius of collaboration, partnerships, promotion, relationships, which again, that goes back into putting together business life and community. It's why it is literally the three legs and the stool of life. So I figured, OK, I'll do it. I'll sacrifice all, sacrifice my time, my sanity, my my weight, my x good looks right? Hair's falling out and I'll go ahead and I'll start putting all these, I'll bring I'll hurt all these cats and I'll stick them all in one place and then I'm just taking it from there and saying, But you got to jump on the train, guys, right? So you've got to do more than just listen. You've got to take action, right? There's things that you have to do. But if we are kind of doing it together and we're we're all going through it together, but you just need that push, right? That's so that's what I'm trying to do. And I'm going to mention that a little bit the next venture that we're adding on to really give you the push. It's actually quite brilliant. And Brian doesn't know about it yet, but he's invited to participate. We just haven't had a chance, y'all. This is this is the mother lode like this.

Speaker1:
I can't wait because

Speaker3:
I figured, you know, because people need people need that push, right? They need it. And then you want a community and you want engagement and you want, you know, used to be, we want to be accountable. So we got to show up because then I realized this came back. You mentioned in the beginning you mentioned the dreaded word exercise, OK, I am the worst when it comes to exercise and folk. I full disclosure on the show every time a fitness person comes on one of these healthy people because, you know, they send me their photo and I go, Whoa, I said, no, now that is a six pack. And I said, I have a six pack of rolls. They have a nice six pack where I can actually do some laundry on. I was like, Wow, you know what I mean? So and I tell them, this is my thing that is not my jam. It used to be. But but I thought about this. I said, I say things live on the air and then I catch myself because then I'm like, Wow, I just commit it. Now I need to. I need to woman up. I just said I was going to do this. So then I realized that's part of the problem. You know, we're all in our little world. Yeah. Even if you're not an entrepreneur, you, you're not. You're maybe, maybe you're working at home. Maybe, you know, you don't have to, like, go to the office anymore. So you've lost some accountability or you're not going to certain events. You you're just getting back into the groove of like doing, you know, getting ready in the morning hair makeup, right? I'm way out of the loop when it comes to that. So it's a matter of being held accountable. So that's why I wanted to bring more people to bring that accountability, but then also then do networking and partnerships and promotion as part of a collaboration consortium type of thing. But anyway, we'll look at that a little bit. I'll talk

Speaker1:
About that. I said one thing in there that was really key, and it's what I call a bomb dropping moment.

Speaker3:
I love it.

Speaker1:
I mean, it was smart bombs with bombs of wisdom.

Speaker3:
That was

Speaker1:
Good. And what I'm referring to, though specifically, is for anyone who is willing to do the work. Thank you for bringing that to the front. And then I was thinking of the term and you said it later and you just reiterated that same phrase by saying, take action and don't just learn. And that's that came to my head. A mentor of mine where I learned at a deep level there are three stages, actually, there's learn. Then there's due. That's the take action part. But if you really want to ingrain the action and if you want to really make it part of your being, then you finally teach. Number three, and you will never forget the do ever again. And this is something Oh, this is fantastic, Michel, right? Right down your alley, I'm sure. But my mentor would learn something brand new and literally two weekends later, he will be up on stage presenting the material.

Speaker3:
Oh wow, that's impressive.

Speaker1:
He lived it on a very accelerated scale. I mean, I was blown away and then his next signature event, which he held three to four times a year, which was two day seminars, he had had that and take something else out. I just I was in awe of this guy. He just did so many things so quickly. And that's the other thing is take action and take it quickly. Don't worry about making mistakes, because believe me, you are going to make a lot of them. And the more you make it better because that'll get you closer to the end prize. Who was it? It was Willie Jolley. I was looking for the book. Willie Jolly Amazing author speaker, said a setback is a setup for a comeback.

Speaker3:
I was like, Oh, I like that. I like that. Yeah. Who's your mentor, by the way?

Speaker1:
Neil Cutler is his name. He's an amazing young man who was in the seminar industry for a number of years. I ended up becoming his lead trainer, and I trained his students half of his seminar each and every weekend that we did it. And yeah, we formed a great bond and he's out now, working a different business with his wife. And I keep in touch with them and watch him, and he's an amazing guy, just the most amazing mind, you know, I've met and he literally, by age, could be my son. And so, oh wow, you know, if you're looking for a mentor

Speaker3:
As your mentor? Interesting. You went the other way, OK?

Speaker1:
To me, age doesn't matter. Gender doesn't matter. Race doesn't matter. None of that matters. What matters to me are a couple of things. One is, first and foremost are results. The second is, do they have character value in? And that's it, I mean, if they have those two things together and they go about business the right way and they are more successful than I am, then I will grab onto the both of their ankles and never let go and make them my mentor and say, How can I help you? Because I know I'm going to learn a lot just being in your presence. And that's what happened. I ended up helping for several years before I became a speaker on his stage and all the good things that happened after. So, yeah, but I just thought what you said about taking action was so important. I wanted to really elevate and and highlight that because that's what a lot of people do. They'll be seminar junkies. I used to be one of them. I'd go to a seminar after seminar, after seminar L.A. all over the place and learn and then come back home and not do a darn thing and think, Why is anything happening? I'm not getting anything out of this because I've got to do and then teach. As soon as you can.

Speaker3:
I'm a big note taker. So you you went to seminars. I'm listening in taking notes like literally, you know, like the movie, a beautiful mind when they when they went in the house and you're seeing like the charts, the graphs, the lines, and you're like, Whoa, this guy is just a little much like my office doesn't look like that, but there's notes. I mean, there's piles, there's boxes of notes, and I'm thinking to myself, I need to do something with this, like I can put it together, and I don't even have to write a book. The books are here, right? Because I've just interpreted what all these other people said or notes from the shows or notes that I was watching something on TV or all the webinars and the seminars and stuff. And I said I got to do something with it. This is crazy. So that's where kind of the concept of the show came from, because I realized that I was like you. I just kept taking notes and I had all this information and I'm like, Well, I just need to somehow purge it, like, throw it up on somewhere. So that's why, you know, you just throw it up here on the microphone. Well, you know, that's that's what I'm doing for two hours. Monday was Monday, Wednesday, Friday. We're just we're going to do Mondays and Fridays for right now because it's too much. But yeah, we'll be back.

Speaker1:
She's awesome. She's amazing.

Speaker3:
This is fun. Well, you got to make it fun, you know what I mean? Like, you know, I thank you. Thankfully, it was only did a brief stint in the corporate world, but I couldn't imagine. I couldn't imagine doing that. What especially nowadays where everything is serious and you got the tie and you've got to do like the proper words and the meeting to have a meeting, to have a meeting. And you're like, we didn't get anything done and you're like, This is just stupid. But yeah, so we're part of those people that have that kind of patience. I don't because there's not a lot of common sense when it comes to how things are run because it's too big and they don't. I never really like collaborating. That's not their thing, either.

Speaker1:
Right? I never was a big fan of doing what somebody else wanted when they wanted and many times how they wanted. You know, you had no freedom of expression or freedom of creation, no freedom of really giving, you know, making an impact of your own creation. It was a lot of driven by documentation processes and just march to the beat of the corporate drum and go collect that paycheck, which, you know, God bless everyone in corporate world because we would not exist, right? Entrepreneurs would have nobody to do that mundane type of work that some people honestly love doing. And that's fine. Thank you. Thank you. And they like the security, and that's great because entrepreneurship is not a secure position in the stretch.

Speaker3:
No, there's nothing secure about it. And that's one of the things that that I was saying there thinking about, you know, it's always be just did not have to worry about money is probably one of the most amazing freedom that you can have. Like so I mentioned, I said personal freedom, financial freedom, or I put it in the art of professional, personal and then financial. It just I, you know, even if you are successful, you're always worried about that because things could turn around the next week and all of a sudden the country shuts down and you had a business where you spoke on stages. Well, guess what? No stage for you. You're thinking, whoa. And then all of a sudden there is no business. So I mean, up until last year, we never thought something like that would happen. It will never happen again. But there's a perfect example. So it doesn't matter how successful you were or you are each month that you always have that hanging over your head and that it's the most that's the most horrible, stressful feeling. And that's why, you know, and I figured by creating this platform and getting more people with the ideology of combining your business, your life, your community, but then also collaborating together, I think I really I pushed that home now more so than ever that I want people to really understand the value of collaboration and collaboration, strategic partnerships, if you want to call that networking. But I mean, really doing it, not saying that you're going to do it, but I mean, literally going into your database diamonds, I call it, and having a phone conversation.

Speaker3:
Yes, phone. But those people came to me a year later because what I noticed is, is by building and nourishing those relationships and really for those people to feel like you care about them, you're not only going to networking events because you want business, but it's because you see them and you acknowledge them and you see those people as as people and as humans. And and you're building friendships and relationships. So really, I owe it to the people that I have met through and networking events in different, different avenues. pick up the phone people and having that conversation about what can we do together, how can I help you? Who do you need to know that's in my database? Who? Who is in my database that can help you? How can you help sell myself? How can I help sell your stuff? You know, do you have any single men friends for me? I mean, you just throw all all this stuff out out there and say, What is it that we can do? Because you mentioned it earlier and I talk about it all the time. We don't need to reinvent the wheel. We just need to spin it faster. How do you spin it faster? You have more people pushing it. So why go down the road of talking to strangers all the time? And you know, a lot of the times you pick an episode of Shark Tank? The thing they talk about all the time is the cost of customer acquisition.

Speaker3:
It's the most expensive thing, and then you've got to do the same thing over and over every day you wake up. Oh, I got to find a new customer every single month. Like, you know, the biggest mistake. One of the biggest. Because you asked me my mistakes. I started writing a lesson like, Michelle, you got to stop. This list is too long. We don't. We don't need to share this kind of drama on the show. But I realized one of the biggest mistakes that I that I that I did when I first started in. I guess you can call it like the adult world of working for real life because you got to pick like a career because you finished college and then like no one, right? So I went into real estate, not because it wasn't real estate like it is now where everybody and their mother's a real estate agent. Well, again, I live in Mayor corrupCion County, Arizona, so everybody literally is a real estate agent here in Arizona. So this is twenty five. Oh my god, ninety two thousand. No, it's not 2000. It was. I was 24. So in 1990, eighty six, oh my god. Ninety six, I don't even know what that is in math. Well, let's not go there. So I went into real estate. If I would have known that there's all these different categories in the real estate industry, but I pick the one that has no residual income whatsoever, that I literally got to start from scratch every single time that I finished a closing.

Speaker3:
Literally, you had nothing you want to start over. And it was it was the one that you know, it was. It was the worst one I could have picked, right? Because you have your appraiser, at least that one, you could do volume and you're not dealing with a transaction. You know, transact, you're getting paid for what you do. So if the house doesn't sell, what do you really care? It doesn't matter. You got paid home, inspector. Same thing. Loan officer, at least you got to stay inside with the air conditioning because that that kind of like that because it is one hundred and forty in the summer. But it was too late to switch gears. But the insurance guy insurance guy has residual income. The insurance guy's got a book of business to sell when he hits like 40 some or 50 some, and he doesn't want to work anymore, and he gets a nice big, fat check. So again, you know, it's you got to you got to think about all of the different moving parts. But then again, this is I veered off, right? I veered off the lane here. We're a little bit off the bumpy road, but it goes back to the point of why reinvent the wheel? Why start from scratch every single month? So the the point of my collaboration concept is partnerships, relationships and promotion. So work with the people that you already know that are like minded and literally find out how you can help each other.

Speaker3:
But you've got to take it seriously. You just can't say, all right, we're going to refer business. That doesn't mean anything. Right? You need specifics. You need whether even if it's like, Hey, we're going to meet once a week, we're going to talk once a week. We're going to or you're going to put something together like some sort of package. Or if you're going to start doing a show together, which you can write, you doesn't have to be something where you're showing up right and something where you are now being consistent in something where you are offering obviously some sort of value and helping people. But your database of diamonds is the key to everything because within it, there's so many layers of people like on my show, and I haven't really tapped into it because I haven't had time. But I said, No, it's so stupid. You're sitting on. Literally, that's not even my personal database. So people that I know that I've done business with, this is people that are on the show that are, for the most part, like minded. And I wrote down the number of how many there were. There's two hundred and eighty two partners. So even if it's 10 percent, that's twenty eight, and let's just say it's five percent of people are like, All right, let's do something. So what is it, 14, 14 people? You don't need more than 14 people that are working with you that are. Can you imagine if they're all working together?

Speaker1:
Well, that's the.

Speaker3:
People look at the look at the numbers. That's it's like it's like compound interest to you and to ask for more for 16, 16 and 16. That's a lot of money. Ok. So reposition the reality.

Speaker1:
Yeah. And you know what that is, Michel. All of that is another bomb dropped, dropping the moment. I'll tell you that some smart bombs. And that's the thing I love. Everything you were saying is so spot on and I will tell everyone out there, I want to ask you this question. Actually, I'm going to ask this question first before I bring this up, and I may not even bring it up based on your answer because I want to know from you. Like, here's the thing. Having a business and being an entrepreneur is difficult, but one of the life's blood and one of the skill sets that one must master. Whether we do it ourselves or we bring in either a partner or we hire somebody. But it's the skill set of marketing, which is the art of getting eyeballs to your business and then nurturing that and then later becomes the sales process. But I'm always curious because what was working yesterday isn't necessarily going to work today, and what's working today might not work at all tomorrow in the form of marketing. So I'm curious with you, Michel. What is it for you right now? Today, your number one go to form not one, two, three and four ways of doing it, but your number one approach to marketing that is, work the best for you going on right now.

Speaker3:
Picking up the phone and talking to this database of diamonds. I started doing it like hard core two weeks ago and then it goes in spurts because stuff's coming up and I've got, you know, the show. I'm going on other shows I'm guest hosting on shows, which has been awesome. And my show's audio, right? So I'm a radio girl, which means I don't have to do the hair makeup. So I've had to actually readjust how things are done in the studio, the lighting, the way that I'm looking at the camera, you know what I mean? It's a lot, so I'm in that groove. But now that I'm actually doing that, I'm going to say there's a little chirp over here, a little rude chirp of the phone. Settle down there, champs. It's it's it's a six 10 alarm. I have no idea why I said it at six 10. I sent it like three weeks ago and I haven't turned it off yet, but it goes off at six 10 just to kind of give me a heads up at six 10. So I'm like, All right, it's something happens at 6:10. I'm going to leave it there. I don't I don't know why it's there, but yeah, what I started to do is I started to pick up the phone. And that's where this whole idea of this collaboration consortium that I'm putting together, that's it's like a it's literally it's like a mastermind with collaboration, with networking, with inspiration and motivation, and the take action DLC all rolled into one.

Speaker3:
But that's where the idea came from. So I just did it yesterday. Yesterday, I talked to one of my partners partners on the show to become a friend. I threw a bunch of stuff at him and he goes, I love it and I'm going to. I'm going to add on some more. And I was like, Oh my God. And it was literally a 25 minute conversation. I ended up getting involved with some of the things that he's already put together. He's going to be a little bit more active when it comes to stuff that I'm doing. He's going to jump on the train, most likely with the collaboration consortium I now have. I'm able to give away his package with a 25 percent discount. If you and this is find your Welcome, find your win and it's an online course for one ninety nine in the promo codes home and you get like coaching one on one, but like with a human being. And that's for personal and for health and for business. So that came out of the conversation and there's a whole bunch of other stuff. And I was like, literally, it was twenty five minute phone call. So now we are going to move forward with some other things, but not OK. Two weeks are going to go by literally going to be once a week conversation, maybe even more so. So it works. And I just before I was, when I was getting ready to come on the show, another one happened because I said, I'm going to throw it out there.

Speaker3:
I'm a throw all this stuff and then I'm like, Boom, let's let's really take it to the next level. It makes everybody's life easier. Plus, you know, it would. How awesome if you can work with your friends, right? Why would you not? Why would you want to work with a stranger? Why? It's, you know, stranger danger. That's what we were told when we were young. So now all of a sudden you're telling me a stranger is my friend. Well, now I'll just stick out with the with the peeps that I already know and take it to the next level. And it makes their life easier, too. They don't have to go ahead. Customer acquisition just went to $0, especially in some of these businesses where it's so much money and interesting that you brought this up about marketing and business. Pete Vargus, are you familiar with who he is? Pete Vargus with Advance Your Reach another name. I'm sure. Sure you had him. You probably know who he knows and what he does. He is behind the scenes for all of the big people that go on the platforms that do the inspirational speaking. Tony Tony Robbins and Dean Gracey. So all those, he's the one that actually puts their productions on. He actually was the one he was doing all for, like past 10 years, he's been doing live. But then all of a sudden, literally overnight business was disappeared. He was the guy who came up with the entire virtual model that you see that Tony Robbins uses in all those guys.

Speaker3:
So his group did that. So he he had a seminar thing today that he did, and he was saying all of the big people are telling him right now it's difficult for them to do their sales and marketing. They're having issues. And these are the big guys that have the money to throw out there, to do the sales, to do the acquisition, to do the promotion. And he says they're all saying it's just really difficult right now in their sales and marketing departments. And then he says, you know, the number one thing to grow your business is your relationships and your partnerships. And I was like, Wow, that's what I've been saying. So I was like, OK, we're on to something. But the thing that I thought was, if they're having trouble selling and marketing themselves, well, why is is it because what are they doing? They're taking out ads, right? They are, you know, tapping into their existing database by sending the emails. I mean, what else is it that really are they doing in order to promote themselves, to do the marketing other than the stuff that they've always done? So that's just further proof that doesn't really work that well anymore. You're right, because you changed. Doesn't work that way, you got to change gears, get a change, throw something different from bait on the end of the fishing pole. You know what I mean?

Speaker1:
And relationships are the key today, and I would say they have been part of an important part of marketing since the beginning of time. It's one of those constants that always must be in place, even when internet marketing was the rage, and you could email a big list and make a lot of money by getting people to buy your stuff and your e-books. It's still there was this relationship undertow if you had some, if you have established some great relationships, some partnerships, some joint ventures, that's when you really take off. And that's what I wanted to bring up about what both you and I do, Michelle, which is we both have a show. And the thing with that is when we bring on guests like you do what? What an amazing ride it is when you get to form these relationships with people that previously have never met. And for anyone out there asking the question, Well, how do I even get in front of people? How do I find these people, the joint venture with you do exactly what we're doing right now? I'm not kidding. This is like the best way to meet the most phenomenal people on the planet. In fact, I grab this book as you were talking because this was not to happen without this show.

Speaker1:
And I ended up bringing on the great Les Brown onto this very show as a direct result of having the show and doing it with quality and professionalism. And, you know, not a hobby, in other words, but organically, I was able to get this amazing man on my show. He's seventy seven years old now and still going strong, and I met him in person like 10 years ago, sweetheart. And then I had him on the show, sweetheart. And then we talked on the phone twice after the show, sweetheart. The guy is amazing. He's everything he looks and appears on stage. I'm sure he has his bad days like everyone else, but he is an amazing man. But all that point to point that the relationships are key and to build key relationships. I would recommend if you don't have one, and I'm going to ask Michelle if you concur is to start your own show, whether it be audio, podcasts or live video, whatever. As long as you bring on high value interview guests and there are strategies for bringing on higher and higher influencers as you go along. What do you think about that, Michelle? Do you think that would be a good strategy for folks?

Speaker3:
Yeah, because you're promoting your message and you're bringing on other people and everybody's always looking to get on a show like I tell, I tell everybody that's the partners on our platform and I give them the tools to go get on shows. Here's all the websites that you can that you can be, you know, sign up for and get notifications. And it's they're all free. There's like seven of them that I know of and then go, get yourself on a show. That's all it's about being on other people's stages, right? So not only are you, you're peddling your wares, you're not. You're selling your widgets and you're getting your voice out there. So maybe people will like you. And even if they don't, they don't. They don't buy your stuff. That's OK. Maybe that they ended up just following you on social media or who knows, right? It's the point is you got to get the exposure, but you spent zero dollars like zero, right? All it is is is your time. So you should literally going on as many shows as you can because the thing that people do, the least sales and marketing and that's the most important thing you should be doing is you should be spending all your time doing that rather than admin like pushing around paper. Like, That's my problem. My problem is I always get into that little, Oh, I need to take a break today from or for an hour, and I really should just be finding two more shows to jump on right and get scheduled on. But I'm like, I'll be right around with the website for a little bit and do some updates.

Speaker3:
No bad idea. Bad idea, Michel. That's not what you're going to do. You're going to go and get yourself signed up on two more shows because it doesn't cost you any money. And people are always looking to be on a show and people that have a show are always looking for guests. And there's so many shows and you can be really specific now about your niche, right? So you can go online and you can be very specific on what audience you want to you go for. And even if you make an hour side of yourself on the show, it doesn't matter. Who cares? Nobody know nobody that, you know, is probably watching it or listening to it anyway, right? And the guest and the host, what do they care? And so you never talk to them again. Oops, you know what I mean? So, OK, so it wasn't that great. We got practice so you can go to one. You're not going to get on a big show anyway, so it doesn't matter. So, you know, you can you can do that. There's there's it's a great way. Plus what if it's somebody who you like, right? What if it's somebody that you hit it off and then you start doing your strategic partnership and collaboration with them? And then you say, Hey, listen, why don't we do some things together? Oh, and by the way, you have a lot of cool guests. Do you mind if I reach out to the guests and start collaborating with them? Maybe we can actually create our own collaboration consortium. And now you just created a networking group with somebody who's already bringing the people together.

Speaker3:
They're doing technically like the heavy lifting, and then you're just the one coming in and saying, Hey, let's all work together, network together, maybe do some more partnerships and you're not reinventing the wheel. And they all have friends and diamond databases, too. And you didn't. You just stepped into it. He, like, stepped in a nice pile of poop. And you're like, Hey, I don't mind this pile of poop. It's OK that it's my new shoes, so it means that's so that's what I'm saying. You've got to reposition your reality and rethink how it is when you are having conversations with people. Right? Because all of that, it layers in. And even if it wasn't somebody that had to do with a business show, it's OK. We're talking about community and life, and you're putting that all together. So, yeah, yeah. Think outside the box just as long as you keep your common sense cap on, right, you keep that on all day, and I encourage you to sleep in it and tell your friends to put on their common sense caps, too. It's amazing what you can do when you start using your little noggin up here and being creative because everybody's in the same boat. So it's got to be the leader, throw it out there, what do you have to lose? And they say, No, I think your idea is stupid. Oh, it's up yours. I'm going to go somewhere else and talk to somebody else who gets it, who wants to be my friend and make a lot of money with me and have a good time. Ok, fine. There's other fishes in the sea.

Speaker1:
And so to demonstrate what you're talking about in real time about getting other people's shows, I put it up on the screen. This is a gentleman I had known for over 10 years, right around 10 years or so, and he's one of those guys that gets it like you and I. He's in it to win it. He's been doing it for a long time, many, many shows. And he just said, I'm always looking for guests one hundred and twenty five a year. So I'm going to call it out right now to Tim and say, Look, here's the beautiful thing about having your own show. Now you can leverage and you have something to offer in return. We call it in the industry a stage swap. So, hey, Tim, I would love to be on your show and guess what? I would love to have you on mine too, so we can cross pollinate our tribes with each other's brilliance. And you know,

Speaker3:
I mean, I'm in count me in where? How am I doing this?

Speaker1:
Sam Ditto. And that's how simple it can be. And if you have your own show, you can leverage it. So I know I know that Michelle will offer you to be on her show as well. And I would bet for you, Michelle, without a heartbeat. So, you know, get get people to vet the people you're going to have on your show and you won't run into those issues of having those, those those people that come on that are not good. Do some work up front and you'll have a great show, high quality show, but it's really that simple. And if you have your own show, you get additional leverage. Do you have to have your own show? No, but it will definitely serve its purpose. And oh my God, the benefits that come as a result of it are insurmountable and there are too many to mention. It's amazing. And another thing I always say, and I don't know if you resonate with this or not, Michelle, but what I always say is my show is not my business. I have said nothing about what I do for my own business on this show, and I don't. And I do it primarily to bring value in the form of wonderful people like Michelle to bring different vantage points on how to succeed in business.

Speaker1:
And by doing that, I've gotten a ton of business indirectly. It's just, you know, if we're out here just to advertise and promote ourself over and over and over again, people after a while, it's like a dog sensing fear they get. They're onto you and they don't they won't come back anymore. But if you're just providing value and bringing on amazing people like Michelle, then my goodness and I want to do a quick I don't want to forget this, Michelle, I was telling you before the show. What I want to do is is give you the opportunity to tell folks who it is you cater to, who are those that you serve, who are those that you are helping to advance their business in what specific way. And I'll bring up your your main site and let you roll with that because that's one of your ways for a part of the funnel, if you will. It's not even a sales funnel, but it's a way to get connected with you and determine if there's a fit. But if you don't mind, I'd really love for you to be able to showcase what it is you do for other people in their businesses, if that's OK with you.

Speaker3:
Yeah, sure. I mean, first, I have the show right. We have the show. It's called Everything Home. We're live Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays, and it is a talk radio show. As he mentioned the beginning, it's live and it's a podcast because then it's dispersed on 25 different platforms and it's a patriotic, purpose driven resource platform. So literally because if you have so many guests, five guest seven segments, and then of course, it's the most powerful hour in all podcasts. Of course it is. So then what happened was, is I'm like, an hour is not enough. We need to throw in another hour. So then I have my longer form interviews that start at 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time, two, sometimes three guests. So you're getting jam packed with five six six seven eight guests in that two hour period that give you all the tools and tips to grow your business hands out of your life and make a difference. And the great thing about it is that everything is on the website, and that way you can listen to the episodes, right? So you don't have to Google anymore. You don't have to go and find, Hey, I need somebody in this category who does this. And you know, the goal is to not work with strangers we don't need. I don't need stranger stranger danger, right? So work with people that have already been vetted. These people will pass the smell test.

Speaker3:
They come on. A lot of them come out once a month because that has that five guest format. And then you get to know them and you might. And a lot of them have their own shows, which there's a whole nother page. It's the must listen to page. So there's a lot of cross promotion that's done on here because I'm encouraging other people to network and work together, and I drive all of the traffic back to the website because you've got to take action tab because there's literally things you can do. There's resources for your business. There are a lot of this stuff is free, literally. There's hundreds of thousands of dollars of free content that we've that I've actually just recorded doing all these shows and there's a Code Facts tab. So that's I encourage you to go check that out because then I'll give you a reality check for those that are still wearing your dirty masks. And there's other people, other people's shows too. And I promote other platforms. I promote people that haven't come on the show yet, people that I want to come on the show. But anyway, that is a great resource, and I encourage people that once you come on the show, starting out, working with these people. Why would you not you have something in common? You come on my show, and so we pick up the phone again, it's back to that. Hello.

Speaker3:
Let's do some networking or if you need their product or service, it's literally everything is right here. So as far as people that are not even part of the show do the same thing. So even if you haven't been on the show and and you're like minded because you listen to the show and you'll you'll clue in, I think for the most part you've clued in already that you've been paying attention for literally three minutes that I've been talking. You're like minded, like minded with most of these people. Go ahead and use this as a starting point and pick up the phone and contact them, even if you don't do business with them. They're all about promotion and marketing and collaboration because I drill that in on the show. And of course, now I'm going real hardcore with it. So can you imagine somebody calls? You're like, Hey, listen, I want to collaborate with you and I want to. I want to do some business exchange. I want to do some networking. Do you think that's a good idea? I'd be like, Yeah, this is amazing. Come on my show and I have other friends that I need for you to meet again. It grows from there. So that's the main, the main free. Right. That's how I help people out, and I want more people to come on the show because the more the more the merrier, right? And the more the merrier.

Speaker3:
And again, I have to get so many guests per month, and some people can't come back every single month. And some people just decide, Oh, this is not for me. I don't I don't want any free promotion, Michelle. I don't want you telling anybody about my business or my company, and I have no use and I don't have seven minutes of the day once a month in order to come on your show. So I don't. This is not for me. I said, that's fine. If that's not for you. You don't want free promotion and you don't mean it to say that you're awesome and you don't want people to hear about all the things that you do because you're so busy that you don't have seven minutes once a month, I get it. That's totally OK. So I'm always looking for more people to come on the show. So but here's the thing this ties in to not only everything I've been talking about today, but what Vargas I mentioned earlier, where he says that even the big guys, the ones that are out there, you know, with the mega packages that are selling you, all of these different things that are like thousands of dollars and things like that, they're all having trouble with sales and marketing because they're they're just doing the same old thing. They're selling it to their existing people. They're going directly to strangers and they are also just selling a package.

Speaker3:
Well, I said, what if I created something where I took all of these things and put them together and did everything for you? And it was half the cost of if you hired a PR company to do nothing for you, nothing against PR companies. But for those of you who have hired a PR company in the past, you've got a three month retainer, anywhere from two thousand five hundred to three thousand five hundred dollars for three months. If you sometimes you get a good one and sometimes you're just like, wow, I spent a lot of money and I got one article, what am I going to do with that, OK? So I said, What if I combine all of this together and I call it promos for a purpose? So what we're doing is basically allowing you to stand out from your competition, stay top of mind, elevate your brand and promote your purpose. Remember, it's all about being purpose driven, made easy. We do it for you. So it is an entire experience. I call it an experience because it's not packaged because it's, you know, you're participating and it's a comprehensive everything done for you, purpose driven business partnership and marketing experience with all kinds of materials. So we go to branding and strategy and plan and materials and memberships and promotions and public relations and community and networking referrals, collaboration, support. You're part of the platform, you're getting a press release, you're getting media one sheet, you're partnering with a nonprofit organization.

Speaker3:
So now you actually have a brand, you have something that your business stands for. And you also have story now because let's just say you were an air conditioning company, you're not going to get a story about an air conditioning company. No offense. Nobody cares about the air conditioning. You're not going to get any press. But if the nonprofit that you're working with, you are now become a purpose driven business because you're a business that's supporting the community. And sixty three percent of the people want to buy and hire from businesses that support nonprofit organizations in the community and charities, and your competition is equally good. The price is pretty much the same, and now you are a purpose driven business. Where are they going to go? I think they're going to call you right because now you have the marketing materials, you have the branding, you've got the press, you've just got on a bunch of shows. You're part of our platform where I'm driving business back to you. You have a whole new set of friends that are going to become part of your referral network and your collaboration, right? And you've got a new community of people that are involved with the nonprofit, the donors, the stakeholders, the community, people that are being served by them, the boards and everybody else.

Speaker3:
So when they need to go call an air conditioning guy? Who are they going to call? You, see what I mean? So you're creating again, it's it's collaboration, it's relationships, and it is taking marketing and branding to a different level where you're just instead of just writing a press release or you're just doing a video which you're going to get all that. So and you know, there's a lot of marketing materials that come on with it. You come on the show, we do a seven minutes, you come on the show. Plus we do a recorded once you have a commercial now. So you know, there's so there's so much in this package. I priced it too low, but I just figured, you know what? That's fine, because once once I get overwhelmed. Well, then what do you do? You have to increase the price because I gave away the farm. That's fine. I'm cool with that because I see the value in it and it's something different. And a lot of people, they don't get their arms around it because they're like, Well, you mean all of this and this is the cost. What's the catch? The catch? You know, there's no catch. It's just the way it should be done. That's all. So people aren't used to that. They're not used to when things are easy because we do everything for you too. So, yeah, that's a promotional purpose.

Speaker1:
Yeah. You see it on the screen promos for a purpose. And it's all part of it's a synergistic combination of services and resources she provides, as well as her other website, which is everything home resource platform. Wanted to get that out there audibly for our listening folks so they can see both of them. And I also heard a little birdie tell me that show might have a gift for everyone, and we're going to get to that in a moment. We are at the bottom of the hour already. The beautiful thing is, this is not a radio station. We're not paying for our studio time and we can go a little over and that's cool. I hope that's OK with you, Michelle. We're we're about to wind it up. It's hard to believe we're here already. Goodness sakes. One of the things I love to do and we will get to the vacation giveaway and Michelle's giveaway. Just a moment. The way I love to close every show out, Michelle, is by asking a specific question that every guest that's been on the show nearly every guest because I didn't do it from day one, but darn near I asked the same question because it's so profound and that the responses have been just amazing and it's just been so cool. It can be personal. It doesn't have to be, but I just found it to be supremely powerful, and so we'll do that in just a second.

Speaker1:
But now I'm going to take people straight to the the vacation giveaway. So go ahead. If you're watching us, we now give you our permission just for a moment. If you have to take your gaze away from the screen. But first, you need to see the screen so you can do this. You need to go to a particular website to enter to win a five night stay at a five star luxury resort. And to do that, open up your web browser on your phone, on your computer, wherever you're watching this and put in this URL. This web address, it's our WIP. Forward slash vacation, all lower case. One more time, our Typekit am for such vacation. If there's any information there. We will randomly draw the winner and winners will be announced this evening before we close up completely and once again, this is sponsored by our wonderful friends at the Big Insider Secrets. So go ahead. Do that right now because we're going to get right back to Michelle and. Talk about her amazing giveaway and real quick. I'll put it on the screen so you can see it there, Michelle, and talk to it so folks can understand what it is you're offering for them here today.

Speaker3:
Yeah, I'm going to load this up, so it's soon to be launched, our collaboration consortium, which is a combination of the collaboration and a mastermind and like motivational right. So it's going to be it's going to be, it's going to be amazing. There's going to be 12 instead of just having a normal one where it's just one person you go do or two people, we're going to have 12, right? So it's going to cover the take action DLC, business life and community. So you literally don't need go anywhere else, right? So we're going to do that. So it's in the process. You'll get one month for free. I'm going to throw that out there. And then if you want to do a 30 minute collaboration and marketing consultation with me, I will throw that out there. And again, we're going to we're going to dove into your database with my database, and we're just going to reposition our reality and how we're thinking about all the different possibilities. Because once you start looking at things in a different light, you'll look at every single person differently and you'll have different conversations. And even if me just describing some of my my success stories of the conversation, then that's that's worth the phone call in at all.

Speaker3:
And then what? I'm also going to throw this in because I thought I was going to load this up because that's what I do. I just give too much away and I do this every day and every time I have a show, I just load it up with all kinds of information for people, and it's all free. Anyone that does the promos for a purpose program, I'll knock 200 bucks off of it, which is a lot of money. Considering what I'm giving away is that the package is the lowest. Package is only eighteen ninety seven, so take two hundred bucks off. So it's sixteen ninety seven. I'm not afraid to say what the price is because there are so many other people that have packages where you just watch something on a video and it costs like two times. This is we do for you when you have material and you have relationships and you have stuff, you have stuff and there's this you just in front of the screen and does like watch a video.

Speaker1:
This is a phenomenal offer in so many ways. One month of membership, a 30 minute collaboration, 30 minutes of her time that you know our time is the biggest, most valuable resource any of us have. The cool thing with it is you're going to be able to determine if you're a mutual fit for each other going forward and getting that two hundred dollars off of our package or wherever it takes you. The thing is, I can tell Michelle is a pro and that she's not in it just to sell you on her stuff. She's there to find out if you're a collaborative, a fit for her, and it's got to be a two way fit. And that's what something that takes a lot of entrepreneurs a long time to learn. It's like, Well, they have a heartbeat and a credit card with room on it. I'm taking their money. It's like, No, no, no, no, no. That can cost you far more in time, aggravation and money. Then you're gaining by the actual transaction. So thank you for that. And I would say is the entry point for them to schedule that 30 minute call and then you can go from there. Is that the entry point?

Speaker3:
Yeah, that's the easiest. That's the low hanging fruit. Because during that conversation, if they're a fit to come on the show and be a part of the community and be on the seven minutes segments, then they can come on the show. There's no cost for that, but you just have to. I've got to make sure that they're on the same page. That's all. And I think anybody that's listening figures out what page I'm on, right? So you kind of already know if you're going to be on my page. So you just screened yourself. So you just took the heavy lifting off of me. I don't have to screen because you already know if you fit into the box based on this show. And then, of course, just listen to a couple minutes of any of my shows. And then I think we're wrapping it up as we're going to hook. The hook is coming out and it's going to take me off the stage.

Speaker1:
I remember those days, the old, Yeah, I forgot Hee-Haw and all that, but I just wanted to say it verbally. For everyone that's listening on podcast, that's callin Lee, you want to go to Kaitlyn Lee forward slash Michelle Swanwick? That's all one word. No space and it's mic e l e. Don't forget the last e and then s w i n i c k Kaitlyn Lee. For Michelle Swanwick and Michelle, there's probably going to be a time limit on how long this beautiful, amazing offer is going to be available. Do you have anything in mind for that?

Speaker3:
Well, I encourage it to do it between today and the end of November because just based on the fact of what I am doing and the shows I am going on and the amount of people, I give you an example that I'm collaborating with, I'm not going to have a ton of free time after that. So I'm just saying this is the time now where I have some flexibility in order to bring on as many people and have those conversations because it's going to get a little hairy here in the next couple of weeks because I'm actually putting in the work, I'm putting in the work to make it happen. And let me give you another website because this is where I'm directing everybody to easier and, you know, like a link tree account. You ever heard a link tree? Anybody that's listening. I got kicked off a link tree. I got who gets kicked off a link tree, right? I got kicked off a link tree because I had information like, We have a COVID facts stamp, right? Because you know, her there's something about COVID, that's political propaganda, plandemic that's going around the COVID thing. So I've had the information on my COVID Facts tab on the website. It's been there since what last April, which is April of 2020. I've had that link on my link tree account since June of 2020, June of Twenty One.

Speaker3:
They decided that I was in violation of their community standards and they kicked me off. I was like, It took you a year. So obviously it wasn't. It was just the flavor of the month they called the soup du jour. It's the message of the minute they didn't want out and about. So anyway, I found a new one. It's called launch links. Launch links. Totally free. Same type of thing, but they don't kick you off for, like, you know, telling the truth and providing facts and information for people government. So if you go to everything home about us dot com, everything home about us dot com, you will see a laundry list. But it's a pretty laundry, right? It's clean laundry, a laundry list of all the different websites and the website pages, and the key pages for the social media links to contact me to jump on the calendar. The most recent show upcoming shows all that it's in, the different, the different categories on the website, so make it easier. So I encourage you to support launch links and get rid of your link tree account because there are a bunch of. I love it, a bunch of Nazi, a bunch of Nazis. So don't don't support the Nazi regime. So be careful where you spend your time and money, people. Yes.

Speaker1:
Yes, there's good and evil lurking.

Speaker3:
There's demons everywhere.

Speaker1:
Demons. All right, let's bring this this wonderful show home with that big question kind of loaded it up for you. But I wanted to let you know real quick before I bring it up is there is no such thing as a wrong answer to this question. It does not exist. And in fact, just the opposite is the case. It is your answer. Michel is the right answer, and it's the only answer. Why? Because it's yours. It comes from you. It is unique to you. That's the only thing that makes it personal. Unless you want to make it more personal by the content of your answer, it's completely up to you. And the other thing is, some people instantly know the answer and they rattle it right off. Others take a little while to ponder. That is also completely correct. No matter what it takes for you to come up with the answer. So with all that being said, take a big sigh of relief and you can go, All right, I'm ready. So are you ready for this question?

Speaker3:
Michel Swanwick Bring it, Brian Kelly. I love it. Yeah. Bring it.

Speaker1:
Here we go. Michel Swanwick How do you define success?

Speaker3:
Ok. I thought about this one because, OK, full disclosure, Brian gave me like a laundry list of questions and I had to pick some out. But I can tell you right now he's not. He's only asked one of them on the show. Ok, so I don't know what that means. I don't know what that means. But when it comes to success, I really thought about it and I was like, What is it that defines success? So here we go. A life of balance, purpose driven actions being able to work with your friends. When your passion becomes your purpose and it makes you enough money to live a comfortable life. And that's it, I think I covered all of it. It took me a while to come up with that. That was the last question that I went through on your list. And I had to think about it because I had tie in everything that I've been talking about and everything, all the questions that you didn't ask me. And that's it. Yeah.

Speaker1:
Yeah, we would need another three hours to get to the rest of the questions, that's the beautiful thing about this is, you know, I do prepare questions in advance

Speaker3:
And you don't ask them.

Speaker1:
I rarely go through them because organically we cover so many wonderful things. That's what I love about what I get to do, and that becomes more authentic and real. And it's not done on purpose. It's just this is the way the show flows and

Speaker3:
You've got to get some people, you've got to get ready. They need the questions because even on my show, they people that are well known, they're booking people saying, Well, do you want to send over the questions? They say there are no questions. What do you mean? I don't ask questions. I have a conversation. So I said, you, you have a business or you have a thing or whatever you do. We talk about that. And then wherever the conversation goes, it goes. I have no idea. I don't I don't have any. I've never written a question down. And then when I tell that to people, they're in shock. They're like, Well, what am I going to talk about? I said, You, let's see you. You know what? I appreciate that you do that, too, but you have to because you don't know what the other person is going to be able to handle or that conversation. So you prep them and you basically you kind of tease them so that they got ready and then you throw stuff out there because you're you're guiding the conversation and that's what makes a good host. So people that are maybe listening for the first time. Brian's a good house. He's a great host because he takes the conversation and doesn't go through structured questions that didn't have one to do it. The next he was listening to the conversation and it was just going and he he made adjustments accordingly.

Speaker3:
That's what makes a good show. That's what makes a good host when you don't have to go. Ok, now number two is I wanted to ask you about this literally word. Yeah. Well, a lot of people do that or. And I've been on shows that do that and there's a big difference and the audience appreciates it. When you do have those conversations because you're listening and then you're you're you're thinking and then you are, you're crafting the next conversation or which direction the conversation should be going, especially based on what your audience wants to hear their red meat, whatever it is that they're going to have the red meat for dinner. That's why how that works. So you're a great host. So thank you so much for having me come on Monday for all of those who are excited to get a taste of my show. Brian is going to be kicking off. Never look back. November, he'll be on at 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time. He can go to everything home, live everything home, live or you can always go to everything home about Ask.com and it'll be it'll show you on there so you can listen to it live and it streams on a couple of the social media platforms. Facebook hates us, so they know they say, No, Michelle, you can't come on our platform, community violator, or, God forbid, tell the truth. And then YouTube.

Speaker3:
Oh, they love. They love striking me. Yeah, it's just like playing baseball. There is another strike. Yep, so it's rumble Twitter, the Twitter LinkedIn Cloud Hub, but you'll find all that at everything home. Mlive.com So Brian will be at 1:30. And then of course, you get a chance. You could tune in tomorrow at 1:00 or 12:00 PM. When the show starts, I'll be live five guests seven minute segments and then let me plug. Who's my special guests? Oh, my special guest tomorrow is Dr. Mike Spaulding. He's really great. He's a pastor, but he's like a cool pastor, right? He's a cool pastor because somebody you can listen to and it's not like a religion, right? It's like common sense and like what's going on about the spiritual battle that we're experiencing right now, especially here in the United States of America and then a candidate for state Senate in Arizona, Jane do Baucus. And you know, I I love having some of these politicians on or pseudo politicians, these rhino Republicans, we weed them out and then we just beat them up and say, What the hell is going on in the state? What have you done to the state of Arizona? Doug Ducey is my governor. He's a horrible, horrible person. No one's in prison. And we have like huge election fraud. I don't understand and kids are, you know, whenever I can go on for days. But anyway.

Speaker1:
I love it, Michelle and I wanted to reciprocate. Thank you for the very kind words about hosting, but I wanted to say and point this out that I have never been on a seven minute segment before. That was the shortest one ever. I've been on TV and it went eight minutes, so I had one minute more on TV and I wanted to reciprocate and say that Michelle is the consummate pro. She is extremely engaging, entertaining, riveting, raw, real, edgy. All of it rolled into one authentic. That's the that's what encapsulates that whole thing. That's why she's being blocked on different media platforms. We know that this is happening all over the place. Big Media is in a weird mode of control. That's really horrible. I don't want to go down that rabbit hole at this moment as we're shutting it down. But Michelle, I just wanted to thank you for doing what you do, continue to do it. I hope more and more people listen to support to keep it alive in as many places that will be allowed. And I appreciate you for. Everything you're doing to help serve others, I can tell that you're to serve others first individual and I can't wait till Monday and then beyond what we end up collaborating with in the future. So thank you so very much.

Speaker3:
Oh, you're welcome. And thank you again. It's been awesome and I love spending time with you and there's so much more. So you'll you'll you'll be on the show and we can you can take it from there. She'll be on for 30 minutes

Speaker1:
Only went over forty seven minutes. That's pretty. You know, it's not that bad.

Speaker3:
Oh, it's supposed to be an hour.

Speaker1:
Oh yeah, that's a good show.

Speaker3:
Hey, if I did, because you know, I can go for days. You just go Michelle or just put the mute because we can go on a whole nother topic. It's it's whatever, peeps. Whatever the peeps want to hear about how they can grow their business, enhance the quality of your life and make a difference, especially in their community, so I can plug all day. But it's for me, it's not. I'm not plugging my stuff. I'm plugging everybody else that comes on the show. I'm like, not even schlepping my own crap. It's like, What are you doing, Michelle? I'm schlepping your own stuff.

Speaker1:
Yeah, my show is not my business. That's what I live by as well. So thank you, Michelle. We're going to cut this cord. Stay on. Once this thing over Michelle for just a little bit, if you don't mind, I know we've gone over. But on behalf of this amazing woman Michelle Swanwick, I am your host, Bryan Kelly of the Mind Body Business Show. Thank you for tuning in to the Mind Body Business Show podcast.

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