Special Guest Expert - Ryan Jenkins

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Narrator :
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, who are dedicated, determined, and driven, how do we finally break through and win? That is the question. This podcast will give you The MIND BODY BUSINESS SHOW.

Brian Kelly:
Hello, everyone! Welcome, welcome, welcome to The MIND BODY BUSINESS SHOW. We have an absolute phenomenal show lined up for you tonight. I cannot wait to share this individual with you. High energy, super amazing guy who is out crushing it in business and entrepreneurship, in education and training and teaching. This guy is off the charts. Amazing, and I cannot wait. I will be bringing him on very, very soon. His name is Ryan Jenkins. Amazing guy... Multi, multitalented individual. This show, The MIND BODY BUSINESS SHOW it is a show for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs. The reason that we do this is I bring on only successful people onto the show as my guests so that you can simply take notes and model what they are doing to achieve success. Because that's what I found, is that over the past ten, ten years or so ago, now that I've started studying only successful people. What made them more successful than me? I was just so curious. I mean, they all put their clothing on one limb at a time, or at least I think they do. Maybe some of them have figured out how to do it all at once. But the thing is, is what makes them different? What makes them more successful? I found during this time of studying that three patterns kept bubbling up to the top over and over and over. You might have guessed what those three are. I call them the three pillars of success. That's mind, which means mindset. Each individual that I studied that achieve great success has a very powerful, positive and most importantly, flexible mindset. Then body. They literally take care of their body. Both nutritionally, on the inside, and physically by exercise on the outside. Then business... Their business is multifaceted. There are things involved in there that these incredible people had mastered. All these skill sets like marketing, sales, team building, systematizing, leadership. I could just keep going on and on and on. The good news for you and all of us is that no one person needs master every single skill set that's required to build and develop a successful business and then grow it. Really, you only need one, and I mentioned it. It was one of those that I mentioned just a moment ago. If you master the skillset when you master the skillset, of leadership, then you now have the skill you need to simply delegate to those who have mastered the skillsets that you may not currently possess, and that's it. And so this is a show that I cannot wait to share. Ryan Jenkins is coming on in just a moment. One other amazing thing I found to a person that was extremely successful is they read. they read a lot of books, and with that, I like to segway into a little segment I affectionately call bookmarks.

Narrator :
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Brian Kelly:
Oh, yes. I'm chuckling over here because when that was playing, I'm over here dancing in my chair and I see Ryan in the back room. He's dancing in his chair as well. Can't wait to bring him on. This guy's awesome. I love it. ReachYourPeakLibrary.com. What is that? I literally had this built with you in mind, and I know that sounds a little cheesy. Come on, Brian. Are you serious? The answer is yes. Why did I do that? I didn't start reading until I was about the age of forty-seven. I'm fifty-six now. I began reading voraciously. I realized, "oh my goodness the impact that this has had on my life has been incredible". So I read a lot of books in a short period of time. I took just those that had a positive impact on me... Either in business or in my personal life or both. I put them on this site. I had this built for you so that when you're looking for that next great read, you know it's at least vetted by one other successful entrepreneur. The odds of it having positive impact for you are greater, which means your odds for wasting time are less. It's all about efficiency, and I can't wait to bring on Ryan. He's coming on in just a second. I wanted to point something out here real quick. ReachYourPeakLibrary.com- Instead of typing it in and going to it right now. Rather than do that, take up that old fashioned piece of paper and a pen and write these down. There will be more than one. Ryan will have resources. I'm sure. Every single show we have more resources. The reason is, is the magic stays in the room. I would really hate for it if you were to take your attention away from Ryan when he comes on and he's going to be giving you incredible value all evening long. Yeah, I didn't tell Ryan we're going on for like five hours straight. Don't tell him. Now it's only an hour show, and he's going to be giving you value throughout. I want you to just write it down. This is for you, not for me. Because, again, if you were to go start looking off on other websites and looking and you took your attention away, he might drop that one golden nugget that could change your life forever for better. And you just missed it because you were off doing something else. So stay with us, and we have some things to give away at the end. It's going to be phenomenal. So be sure to do that. So are you guys all ready to meet a super amazing individual? It's not me. Are you ready? Are you ready? Let's do it. Here we go.

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

Brian Kelly:
And there he is, ladies and gentlemen. The one, the only, taking selfies on this show, Ryan Jenkins. Yes.

Ryan Jenkins:
Thank you, Brian. Thank you for having me on the show. I'm really excited to talk with you.

Brian Kelly:
You know what? So I'm going to tell everybody a secret. You're in a land far, far away near Rome. I won't give it away unless you're okay with that. It's near Rome. What time is it there right now, Ryan?

Ryan Jenkins:
It is two thirty-eight a.m. in the morning.

Brian Kelly:
A. m., Ladies and gentlemen. So this right there by itself is a lesson. He knows what it takes to become successful. He really doesn't know me that well, but he knows the importance of getting additional exposure for himself, his brand, and his business. So take that to heart and mad respect for you and appreciation for coming on. Ryan, I cannot tell you how appreciative I am. Well, I could, but we would have to go about five hours. So real quick before we jump in. I want to formally introduce you, Ryan, and then let's get busy with it is a little bit of housekeeping because I do have some wonderful sponsors. I want to let everybody know that you stay on live to the end. You have to be your live. So live until the end. You will find out. I will give you away. I will show you how you can win a five-night stay at a five-star luxury resort. All compliments of the Big Insider Secrets. There's a big red logo above Ryan's noggin up there on the screen if you're watching. Over there, one of those. And that is TheBigInsiderSecrets.com. My buddy Jason Nast...that's his company, and they are the ones that provide this for us. It's a legit vacation day. You're not going to be whisked away for five hours into a timeshare where they lock you in and then browbeat you to spend your money. Nope! It's an actual vacation stay. So stay to the end for that, and then we have a couple of other things to mention. Then we're going to get busy with Ryan Jenkins. So if you're struggling with putting a live show together, and it's overwhelming and you just 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 Ryan Jenkins and grow your business all at the same time, then head on over to CarpetBombMarketing.com. Don't do that right now. Write it down. Carpet Bomb Marketing, saturate the marketplace with your message, and one of the key components that is contained in the carpet bomb marketing courses. This is one of the components you'll learn how to absolutely master... Is the very service we use to stream our live shows right here on The MIND BODY BUSINESS Show. Over the course of the past nine hours, nine-plus years, we have tried many of these "TV-studio solutions" for live streaming. I'll tell you right now, StreamYard is the best of the best. It combines supreme ease of use along with unmatched functionality. So start streaming high-quality, professional-looking live shows for free. Just head on over and write this down- RYP.IM/STREAMLIVE. That is a website. Head on over there. You can start streaming for free after the show's over. Okay? Write that down, and do it later. All right. It's the last time I'll harp on that because you know what? It's time to bring this amazing young man back on screen and into your living rooms, your kitchens. It could be your bedrooms. You could be watching in bed with your tablet. Wherever you are. Ryan Jenkins, he's the talent for SYCO for Simon Cowell. Does anybody know who that is? He creates for the biggest brands on the planet. Brands like Puma, Red Bull, Candy Crush. Oh, my gosh. My wife loves that game. He is a reality TV star from the hit Lifetime show "Dance Moms". My Gosh! And is the CEO of I.D. Company. It's a dance education platform that has an app launching globally this year. I'm excited for that because my daughter has been in dance through her life. If you want to learn about achieving look no further. This is Ryan Jenkins. Yeah, fantastic. So what I like to do is open up, Ryan. We talk about mind, body and business, and bios. I know there's far more to what you're doing and what you have done than what I just read. We're going to get into that. I hope. We'll see how that goes. But what I like to do first is... Now we kind of have the surface. We know a little bit of what you've achieved. A little bit. What I like to know is how you got there and what is going on in that big, beautiful brain of yours. When you get up in the morning like... I know it's the morning now, and you got up just a little bit ago. When you get up in the morning, you know, there's maybe there's an arduous task looking looming in front of you. Because as entrepreneurs, those happen just a few times. What is going on in your brain that motivates you to get you fired up? That keeps you going day after day, night after night?

Ryan Jenkins:
Well, first of all, I think as human beings, our brains are all connected and wired differently. Say, for a writer, they're very much constructed, just sitting in a room or being out somewhere and focusing on one project and one story. Entrepreneurship, with people, are very much more erratic thinkers I find a lot of the time. They're overthinking. Lots of new ideas. There's a lot bouncing around, and it's finding that inspiration that I'm always told that things just fall on my lap. Today, I had a telephone call that I'm now choreographing a brand new music video for major artists back in the U.K., giving it through Zoom. They said to you just arrived at your new beach location. Of course. Right. You get a music video. I went, of course, darling. I wake up, and I normally look to make my life inspiring by my surroundings and things that I'm doing. And then from that, I work on the projects I want to do. But the reason I say I've just moved is I need to be inspired. I need new things to look at every single day. So I get bored very, very easily. So if you can't keep me in one location, one place saying things. More, I always find with change comes new opportunities. So it's keeping yourself moving and shaking.

Brian Kelly:
That's phenomenal, and you have this signature thing you do with your face.

Ryan Jenkins:
Yeah, like work it.

Brian Kelly:
Creates a double interest, and that's it.

Brian Kelly:
He lives by this moniker. If you follow Ryan on Instagram or Facebook, anywhere, you'll see many pictures and videos where he's doing that. I won't do it justice. So I won't mess it up, and it's it's cool because it's part of your brand, right. Going forward.

Ryan Jenkins:
It is it's really taken off, it's something for the fans to connect with me and friends and wherever you go in the world. Everybody can work. So I have baby people have had babies. I've got little babies. First work it, and then kids might be on holiday with their parents. They're like, who can do the best work it picture? Then they do a little photo shoot, and they all tag me. I comment like, oh, my God, yeah! So it's a really nice bonding and connection little thing that we all do together. And it looks fabulous in the picture. You've got to say it like work it.

Brian Kelly:
I love it is unique. It forms like a W so you can tell us work it. I think it's... It's pretty awesome, and you use it everywhere you go. Even, you've been gallivanting all over Rome, but I've been following that living vicariously through you. You are alone in the Colosseum, almost alone in this entire vast Roman Coliseum. I love to see it with a crowd. I don't care, but you got to sit by yourself practically. I mean, what was that like?

Ryan Jenkins:
I feel like I've been living in a dream for probably four months. When I decided to move for lockdown to Rome, I didn't really take into account how empty it was going to be is a bit like the movie 28 days later. At the beginning, where London is completely empty, that I have just been walking around Rome. The Romans, obviously, who live here, don't go to the Colosseum, don't go in the museums. So just everywhere I've been, has been completely empty. The Vatican Museum, which is one of the busiest museums in the world, no one in it, and I'm never going to get to experience it again. It's been the most endearing, uplifting experience for myself to get through lockdown down alone because I just had this city. But as I said, Brian, you might have to fly over because I haven't seen Rome normal hustling and bustling with all the energy going on.

Brian Kelly:
It's like, you know, there is a silver lining, isn't there? You know, this whole pandemic and all the lockdown is a negative thing. Yet look what you got to do as a result of it. It wouldn't happen if it wasn't there. And yes, I'm sensitive to everyone that's gotten sick or ill and passed away. Totally, but let's look at the positive side of things always. And that's see... That's what drives this guy. That's one of the key elements why Ryan is so successful. If you follow him at all. It's rare. I don't know if I've ever seen you in a picture or a video where you don't have some kind of smile or unbounded energy going on, just like now. Look at that smile. It's like it's always there, and you exude positivity.

Ryan Jenkins:
Well, I think it's really important. What you put out in the universe, you get it back. So it's always being happy. It's being nice doing small things to support other people, even just walking down the street. Doesn't matter how much money you've got, how successful you've got, someone drops that handbag, help them out, give someone a wave in the street. And it's just putting that out there. And, you know, when you see, I always think when you see someone walking on the street and they look a bit sad, I always go hi I like your top! You look gorgeous, and then walk on. I know that they've gone, oh, okay. And you know what? That one word to someone can lift their spirits and it costs you nothing. And then all of a sudden I'll get a phone call about a couple of days later randomly. And people go, why do you just keep getting these things? And I went, because I'm putting myself out there and the energy is coming back. It's like a give and take.

Brian Kelly:
I think it's so true. And gosh, we're so similar, Ryan. I mean, I love that. You know, you have that little detector that shows that somebody is not having a prime day. Right? And, like, go up to a barista at Starbucks or whatever. You can tell they're in the moment. They're moving. They're moving, but you can just see, you can tell, something's not all there. They're not happy at that moment. And so I like to do like you do. Either give them a compliment, maybe say something a little humorous, break them out of that state and you just see it happen. It's like snap. Right? It's so fulfilling to help brighten someone's day, even if just for a moment.

Ryan Jenkins:
It is. You give them that time. So I'll say most of my day, a lot of it is on the phone helping friends and associates, having a chat with them about things. Recently for lockdown, I decided to do a free Q&A questions for dance schools all over the globe. Brian, I've been asked many questions. So wrong test here mate. What was great was it was a private thing for the school to do individually, for themselves. The parents got involved over Zoom, and it was great. We just sat down, talked and had story. So I've probably done about fifty little mini interviews. Shall we say? With parents and kids. And again, that doesn't cost me anything apart from an hour of my time. But I know that all of those people watching are left gleaming with smiles and it's just doing something. Cause you couldn't do it, and you know it's going to put a smile on someone's face. You don't do it to get anything. You just do it because it's the right thing and you're able to offer something.

Brian Kelly:
I absolutely love that. I love that. Jason Nast says he's excited for the show. That is the... He's The Big Insider Secret. He's the man, the myth, the legend. He said he stayed... He has! He's actually stayed at three of those vacation stays, those properties, to verify that they are legit. And each time he came back just raving about them. Then Anthony Mallett was commenting earlier. What you just described was you, Brian. Thanks, Anthony. Appreciate that. Yeah. And I'll tell you that as this guy, I mean. He probably sleeps with a smile on his face. I don't know. But, you know, is that kind of guy where you just don't find him very often without one. And that's the kind of people I like to be around because uplifting people lift you up. Right? Then why not be that person, and I wasn't always super positive. I met people like Jason. Jason Nast was like when I met him, he was the most positive person I'd ever met in my life. I mean, all this stuff was flying at them. Negative things going on, and he never once said boo-hoo for me and complained and groveled. He just looked at a different path and said, okay, well, it's better over there. Let's go over there, you know.

Ryan Jenkins:
So true that you said that. So I meet so many people, and they come to me advice and all they do is moan and I just go stop. We need to stop. I said, I'm not having this meeting. I said, all you're doing is complaining and giving me negativity and all you giving me is problems. I said, do you think anybody wants to work with you? I said, Why don't you go away for an hour and write down what the problem is and then write to me about solutions and we can discuss it and why don't we turn it around? I said, because no one wants to sit with anybody or anyone that's always moaning and complaining, Oh, where's the waiter? Oh, they're late again and they've not replied. I was like, you know what? That's a reason for everything. And one, why are you stressing the small stuff? Why are you stressing about the waiter not coming to get your food order? Maybe you gave him a funny look on the way. Why don't you give him a wave? Hey, mate can you come we're really hungry. Again, it's that whole thing of you put out positive energy, people want to be around you. So stop being a moaning Myrtle, if you are listening and being one, and flip it darling. Snap around it.

Brian Kelly:
I'll tell you that that could be one of the most powerful pieces of advice anyone could ever listen to and take heed in. As far as building a business and actually being happier with your life, period.

Ryan Jenkins:
I've really took on from being in Italy. It's a word called "sta-ga-tti" like whatever. This whole just chilled attitude of don't sweat the small things like we all do. Stressing about getting in a queue or driving the car. What is the point? Be motivated and focus that energy onto a project rather than getting wound up about something. And all right, there's no need to because it's just taking your focus off what you're probably wanting to achieve at that day was to approach it like you're working on.

Brian Kelly:
And I mean, I love this. You know, like if you're in a car and you're stuck in traffic. Just turn it around and say, well, hey, I'm blessed. I have a car, I'm in a car.

Ryan Jenkins:
You also have time to think. You also have time today. You've got time to listen to the music that you don't wanna listen. You have to say, there's so many things that you're stuck in traffic. Accept, you have to accept that you decided to live in that place. You've accepted to do that journey. And, you know, it's going to be a long journey. So why are sitting there, and then complain about it? Move, make a decision like I decided to leave London to Rome. Don't complain about it. Accept it and make the best of it.

Brian Kelly:
I love it. Preach it, brother. Are you coming back to California?

Ryan Jenkins:
Yeah, baby, I'm moving back to L.A. soon.

Brian Kelly:
Well. When you do, look me up and let's go grab a coffee or do something. You're just a joy to be around. I mean this. We met on Clubhouse, if you remember?

Ryan Jenkins:
Yes. The new app.

Brian Kelly:
Yeah. Voice only, and it's pretty phenomenal. I just thought, man, this dude is cool. I like this guy. You know, we started chatting and I said, hey, let's... and then we were going back and forth on Instagram. I.M., and I said, hey, I'd love to have you on my show. And you're like, let's do it. Yeah, let's do it. Just show up. Just get out there like Ryan's doing. He's going to Rome. He's now in another place near Rome, and he's moving around and making connections everywhere he goes. Yes. Do you like that? I just skirted right past it. It's a secret because he's having fun with his followers. It's fun. It's truly fun. He says as I'll reveal it later. I was like, oh, this is cool. But I'm worried because this was yesterday and he's going to be moving out of Rome. I'm thinking I hope the time zone isn't changing because he may not know what time to come onto the show, and then I saw you respond to one of the text messages that went out. Okay, we're good. We're good. Thank goodness. That's the other thing. You know, this guy, Ryan, is so complete. He went through. He's got a lot of messages before he came out of the show from me, from my automated systems, and he took care of every one of them with his busy life, with everything he's doing. He still made the commitment. He's a professional. That's what I'm getting at. He's a professional, and he treats anything and everybody as a professional. You know. When it comes to respecting people. Right? Respecting what he came to do. So that's I appreciate you for that, Ryan, for so many things. You're just an amazing guy.

Ryan Jenkins:
Thank you.

Brian Kelly:
That's what the show is about. It's just here to blubber all over Ryan.

Ryan Jenkins:
Looks like I don't know.

Brian Kelly:
Anthony says, wow, that's awesome. Clubhouse! Nice, yeah. Yes, exactly. You guys seem to know each other for years. Love it. That's the energy and synergy. Isn't that true, Ryan? How many times... I mean, have you ever gone to, like, an entrepreneur-themed, or where entrepreneurs gather for a seminar or a workshop, a boot camp, you know, including dance events. Right?

Ryan Jenkins:
So, I've not been to an entrepreneur one. I seem to have that random gift naturally. Dance seminars, yes. And again, I think, like, you have amazing positive energy. I do, and I think once you stop complaining and there's no threat between you and I think that positive. I don't know, it breaks down a wall and you can just chat and have a good time and you just make friends with people so much easier.

Brian Kelly:
Yeah, I always feel like I'm with my family away from my family. Instantly, without ever saying a word, you just feel it when you're in the building. I would go to a lot of these. I used to speak at them. I will get back to doing it and teach students from stage and all entrepreneur-based events. And I just love them because I felt at home every single time. You know, it's a lot of people have this can-do attitude that are all looking to produce and help and serve others, not just to make money for themselves. Yes, that's a part of it. We're not going to skate over that. However, all the people I've interviewed Ryan and you're like one hundred and thirty-something, I've lost count. That's not a lot, actually, but I do one a week on average. My one show a week, and each person is there for serving other people. They rarely talk about the money aspect of the business. Even though it's absolutely paramount we have to make money. And in fact, I wish... I hope that Ryan Jenkins makes an absolute boatload, several boatloads of money. And why? Well because if he's making a ton of money, how many more people, how many more lives, can he impact in a positive way? I want him to impact as many as he possibly can, grow his team as big as he possibly can, and spread that positive, you know, aura of Ryan Jenkins throughout the world. That's what this is all about. It's about loving and lifting people, in my opinion. What do you think, Ryan?

Ryan Jenkins:
Loving that, and I have to back up. The more successful I get, the more calm I seem to be, and the more willing... I want to help other people because I'm not so much striving for my own success and to achieve my own goals. That's a big thing for young entrepreneurs. Especially anyone young in business. You're so hungry to achieve for you that you seem to forget about everybody else. And the whole part of life is... It's about communication, education, and connecting with people. You can't connect with people to help you grow your business and you're just like this, it's never going to go bang. And that's the thing at the moment. The more I seem to have relaxed and have a bit more fun. I get people more my time. The more opportunities are coming my way, but when I was just like this. Oh, that's an opportunity I overheard. Yeah, and I'm not telling them that. I like when I was young, I was so hungry to be the best dancer on the planet and every agent, every casting, every audition, I was at everything. But you've got to sit back and just take it in, because there's no point living a life which is just complete stress, trying to make money, trying to make success if you don't enjoy it at the same time. So I think it's key that people make... they need to put time-blocking into the day it's called. Where you wake up and you have time for yourself to, an hour to wake up, do some yoga, put the telly on, the radio, have a shower, and then quickly check the Facebook if you want to or leave it and go for the walk. But block your day to go right now is power thinking. What do I want to do? And then two, what am I going to achieve? Who do I have to call? Social media. Email. Scop. That's me up to lunch now. I need to have me time. I need to go for lunch, and it's not like I'm working. I have to work. No you don't! I met a young singer recently and he says I'm working 20 hours a day. I said, stop.

Brian Kelly:
Exactly.

Ryan Jenkins:
Not healthy, mate. He said, but I'm getting stuff done. I said, no, you're not. You're probably getting mediocre stuff done because you're tired and you're so involved in it, you haven't stepped away. And I said you need to time-block your day. I said, I bet you you're sitting there stressed. I'm very stressed, but I'm doing it. I said, if you're doing it badly, so you need to listen to what I'm saying and step away. Go and have you time. Health. Wellbeing. I said, and that's why you what. Things that would take you three hours, I'll bet you get it done in 20 minutes because you'll be so fired, so energized, and in a much better space. And people, and especially the younger entrepreneurs, think that the longer hours they do, the better they are. You learn with age, darling. I can do the job that you could do in two hours, in about ten minutes. And it comes with experience and patience and learning and having a clear head. So it's really key for people to take on well-being. And how are you with your wellbeing, Brian?

Brian Kelly:
I totally agree with you on all of that. And that's something that it took me age to learn as well. You know, I was the gung-ho. I'm still a go getter. I worked my butt off. I love working. I don't call it work. It's more play for me, but there is that you've got to have that you time. You got to shut down. You've got to decompress. You've got to do something you enjoy in a relaxed state. You know, I like to in the morning if weather...

Ryan Jenkins:
I'm joking, I'm joking.

Brian Kelly:
What was that?

Ryan Jenkins:
As I said, drink wine.

Brian Kelly:
Not the morning. Not in the morning. No coffee baby.

Brian Kelly:
And so I'd like to get up in the morning and grab a coffee and go out on my deck and get some sun. Just get some vitamin D, and sometimes I'll go all like in my backyard in the grass and I'll do jumping jacks just to get the heart going and to get the sun at the same time. It's just that me time. Here's what I love about what you're saying, Ryan, is this is what I've learned from interviewing so many successful people just like yourself. And everyone seems to have their own routine. The key is they have one. Not everybody does. Like the gentleman you were talking about, probably doesn't have much of one. Probably gets up, jumps on the computer, has his phone out and he's got five arms doing five things at once from sunup to sundown. You got to have those little breaks. I like that. He said break and take lunch. I did the same thing today. Before our show right here, I worked out. I do that as much as I possibly can right before a show, because now I'm amped. I am here for my guest. This is not the Brian Kelly Show. This is the Ryan Jenkins show. It's whoever is in that seat show each and every time we go live. I want to bring everything I got for them, not for me. Like Ryan is talking about, that is working very, very well. It wasn't the intent to get more out of it. It's to just lift the person next to me as high as I possibly can with the resources I have. That's it. That's what I love doing. I love people.

Ryan Jenkins:
And you're amazing at it, Brian. Thank you.

Brian Kelly:
Oh, yes. How much do I owe you for that one?

Ryan Jenkins:
A checkbook.

Brian Kelly:
Oh, yes. Oh, yep. Jason's right. I do mmooth jazz and wine every Friday night. My wife and I sit down, and we have a glass and maybe some cheese and crackers and just chill out. Because we have a favorite artist that goes live every Friday on Facebook for a full hour and we just enjoy each other's company, and I just have a blast doing that. Jason knows because he was here in my home for a while. Yes. He said, and you're beautiful, Brian. I still agree with that one. Yeah, and so, Anthony, thank you for this. He says I'm watching you on YouTube, what other channels can people watch on? Facebook... we are streaming live on Ryan's page. What is the name of your page again Ryan?

Ryan Jenkins:
ID-Company Limited.

Brian Kelly:
So ID like identification, but it's lowercase "I"?

Ryan Jenkins:
ID hyphen Company Limited.

Hyphen Company Limited, and that's like a dance company. It's on several of my Facebook pages. It's on my Facebook profile. It's on Periscope. Hopefully, Periscope is still alive at this moment. I know it's going away. It's also on LinkedIn and Twitch, of all things, the gaming platform. So yes. Yes, he did. He found me on Facebook. Look at that.

Ryan Jenkins:
Twitch, I've just lost my virginity. You can make a dance out of it. It's called the twitch.

Brian Kelly:
You can make a joke. It's the essence of Ryan Jenkins right there. Right there. That's him. Always having fun. It's okay to have fun even when you're working.

Ryan Jenkins:
Yes. Why not?

Brian Kelly:
I brought my kids up this way. I said there are times to be serious, and there are times to enjoy your life. Rarely is the former, which is the serious one. Enjoy every moment, be serious when it matters. If you're at a funeral, there are times when you should be serious. When I say serious, meaning that in that case respectful and not clowning around and not being goofy. But most of the time, I'm a goofy guy. I mean, I just love having a good time with people and helping lift the day a little bit, if I can in any way. I just enjoy it. I just... I don't know. I was kind of born a little comedian anyway. Oh, man, we've got people just going crazy on these comments. Especially when you're working, then you're not working. That's right, Anthony. Here, I'll put it on screen so it's not a big secret. Thank you, all of you. Yeah. And Jason's helping promote me. This is a friend. This is one of my best friends on the planet. Don't forget to subscribe. He's helping me get subscribers to YouTube. These are the type of people you want to have in your corner, like Ryan Jenkins. You know that that are there to give and serve and we're equal or equally yoked in that way. I think. Maybe you're probably better at it than I am. That's the way that's what makes this world go around in my humble opinion.

So it's like, you know, have fun and help people. When you do that, you're going to great success, just like this guy. That's what this show is about. What you're hearing are the secrets to his success. I hope you're understanding this, it's really not that difficult. I could make it harder if you want me to, but I'm not going to. Oh, you have to do is listen to this guy and model after what he's doing that has made him successful. That means go serve, live positively, and don't expect things in return every time you turn around. Take breaks, be there for yourself, and there's much more to it. He works hard. There's no doubt about it. He's multitalented. He's a dancer, a choreographer, a reality TV star. I mean, the list goes on and on. So he's put the work in. Don't get me wrong, it's not just go have fun and skate across the ice and have a good time. It's got to put the work in too. Jump in, right, man, what do you think?

Ryan Jenkins:
Most definitely. So it's like going back to what you were saying about having fun. A lot of the clients I work for... So I work for Kingfo with an events company, which is Candy Crush. Those clients normally call me up. One. First one is they love the choreography or the creative direction that I do for them. But normally I will walk into this massive production meeting of about 50 people, and I'm scheduled with the two and they're like Ryan's here...Ryan, yay! He's here! Then they all start clapping. I'm Like what's going on? Oh, we're just telling everyone about you. We're so excited that you're here. Come and sit down. Tell us about what's going on. What are we doing? We're doing dance, guys. If you didn't know, we're doing dance. I'm like jumping around, and the directors are just having a great time. Then we'll have a quick chat and then I go, right. Okay. So we need to discuss about the costumes and the fittings. I've spoken to the guys about the flooring. Lighting department, we're working on the sound direction and we're working on what's going to work with that. Because I know you wanted queue the thingy, Bob. I've been looking to you. Alex, I need you to think about that. Then they're like we just love you. Then they go because I can fire my job out. So focused. And I normally have thought of everybody else and what they need to do. So the lighting, the sound, the flooring, the costumes, they're all gonna have questions. And before they even get to ask me, I've answered it for them. They go, oh, we just love you. Go get a glass of wine. I'm like, thanks darling. I'm so prepared and honest. It's not a curse. It is, um. I'm an overthinker of I think of every single option of what is going to be asked to me by different departments in everything. I think that came into when I was starting my company, that it wasn't just about the education side. So we have a contemporary and history syllabus. I created the contemporary and got a history team to do history, but then I started to create my own company. There's no lessons in how do you sign up for a company to design a website? How do I get a logo? How do I make it limited? Copyright. Get a bank account. I was like going nuts, but I learned as I went along. Every day is about problem-solving. I want to go to that place. You know there's that theme park? Where is it? You go on your phone, you problem-solve, you find it. I don't know how to start a company. Get on your phone, problems solve, you sort it. Every day, you have to fix problems and face challenges. And that's the same for any entrepreneur. Just learning as you go, and what I found that I'm good at personally was marketing and branding and PR. I've really got to head around it, and a lot of people think there's a whole team. Well, there is, but mainly I'm shooting the gun of what I want done exactly. So with filming, TV, advert, social media, I'm the one piecing it all together, telling everyone what to do. And I'm going, I dunno, my brain seems to be in tuned to it. The more I do, the more I've learned, and the easier it is now Brian. So now I don't have to stress this much. What is the most powerful thing us as humans learn? That is information. Information is power. So if you can now learn how to check a poster, a music video, and cast something and all these little bits and pieces which would normally take you hours. How do I cast a music video? Okay right, you're going to have to advert. We are going to have to email people. What needs to be in the advert? Now I'm like, oh, it's all done. It's in an email. Copy and paste. Tag, done. Two seconds. It's all of that. Try to enjoy the journey. I try to tell people is don't get stressed by it. Be happy that it's a new challenge. And when you finish that challenge, that's it. It's in your back pocket in your backpack. You've learned something new, and you've done another step up your Mount Everest.

Brian Kelly:
I love it. Yeah. It's like we talk about stacking pebbles. You know, every step is like stacking a pebble, getting you higher and higher and higher closer to that next goal that you want to reach. Because as an entrepreneur, once you reach that goal, it's like, where's the next one,, and what is it? Let's go. You know, it's like, could you imagine, Ryan, if you were to reach the absolute top pinnacle goal and you could, not at all it was impossible, you cannot go any further. What would that feel like in your life? Knowing that I'm at the ceiling, I can't go anywhere, I can't do anymore. There's no more goals to go seeking...

Ryan Jenkins:
You know what? There are people to look at? I would say you find peace. I would say like Bill Gates. He's a great guy. He lives so much in nature. He lives reading books, which he spoke about and his life is not about achieving now. It's more about giving, and he's completely flipped it. I think once you reach that level, you calm and you find a new you. There's always going to be something, and you never want to stop learning. People never want to stop learning. It's whether you want to stop achieving with a successful business and money, but you think in a different way of going your mindset like your mind body and business. You maybe lose the business. It's about your mind and body achieving, which I think Bill Gates has done. There's a documentary out. I'm not quite sure what platform it was, but it was very enlightening to see how someone could change from computers and science and all of these bits and pieces to be a little bit more zen.

Brian Kelly:
Absolutely, and you've said some things that I just wanted to kind of take note of for everyone watching and listening right now. Everything entrepreneurs do is all about solving problems, solving issues. Otherwise, we wouldn't be able to make any money because people pay us, pay you entrepreneurs to solve problems. So the key is finding those pain points that you know how to solve. That they are aware of how to solve, and now you have something you enjoy doing. You have a business. They're ready to rock and roll, and there are so many wonderful things out there that need solving. So it won't be difficult to find your niche if you haven't already, and I love how you talked about your commitment to being prepared. I think that often goes without being stated or highlighted, and I love that because I personally am all about putting on the most high-quality possible show I can, period. I mean, every detail, all those communication messages that went to prior to the show, Ryan, the execution of the show while we're here. Then the post-show, there's going to be post-show, you know, repurposing and posting all over the place. And I have a lot of automation running that as well. What I found, Ryan, is just like you. You're so prepared. Everyone loves you because you come and you give them results. And when you're casting yourself as that professional who's prepared at all times, then people will want to work with you. I guarantee you, that's what's happening with Ryan. That's what's happening with me. I'll tell you, I did not expect this show to do what it's doing right now. And just to peel back the curtain, it has become an unbelievable lead magnet for my business. The MIND BODY BUSINESS SHOW is not my business. That's not what I do every day. But it is now a core piece of it... of the strategy. Because I just discovered when you show up in a way like Ryan does, highly prepared, putting in everything you've got to give, the highest quality. In my case, I want to lift up the guests and make it about them not about me. And wow! You'll see the quality really go up when you take it away from yourself. Those are things I just like to impart because I think we have so much in common in that area, Ryan.

Ryan Jenkins:
Yes, definitely. To follow on what you're saying about pushing yourself is one thing with bringing the energy is understanding where to insert that energy and how much energy to insert on a person. And there's something I'd like to ask people to write down is to do the Brigg Myers personality test. What this does, it categorizes people into four sections. I met a legend. She doesn't like me to speak of who she was when I was in Los Angeles, and she was mentoring me. I went in; she's seventy. She was just telling stories of Hollywood. It was amazing, which we wont go into. She said to me, she said, you are very good. She said you sat and listened so patiently. And she said, and then when I talked, you said you were on it. She said right, I need to ask you a question. She said you with your energy and you want to tell me stories and should you like to move. I said, yes, I do. I said, what about when you go to meet an accountant? How do you think he's going to respond to you? And I said, well, probably a bit like, who's the crazy guy who's got into showbiz? Yes. He likes calm and focused. So she said, so when you go to me for your casting for a director and he's very... Yeah, I'm thinking about this. And I mean, do you think you being showbiz is going to help? And I said no. So what the Brigg Meyers personality does, it gives you feedback to yourself about what your qualities are as a person. And if you can understand how you react and you behave, you can then also read about the other categories and it can help you understand the mind frame of other people. A lot of... we, a lot of us do not understand how other people work. Like I can't read books. I would not want to sit on a beach reading a book, just having a quiet on my own and going to bed. I couldn't do it. I couldn't get by without a selfie. I'm totally joking, but I like interaction. I like speaking. I like quiet time. So to be successful at business, it's about communication. And if you are able to understand the mental framework of another individual and connect with them on the way that they like to talk and communicate, you're more likely to be successful working with them because it's not all about you bringing yourself to them. Good business and good friendship comes from acknowledging somebody and meeting a middle ground where you can work together and not saying it's me. It's all about me, and that comes from everyone from high energy to low energy. I'm not going to go. Yeah, I just dont do talking. If you dont do talking and you don't want to communicate. Don't be an entrepreneur.

Brian Kelly:
Exactly. So, so true. So true. We've got others jumping in, actually, some of the same. But yes, solving problems for profit. Jason Nast knows that all too well. Let's see. Yes. That one. I want Anthony, I saw Anthony has a... Yes, that's what I'm seeing too. The more you give, the more you succeed. Yeah, Ryan just set it right there, and it's true. The more you give, the more you succeed. The key though is, it has been for me and maybe if it's different for you, Ryan, go ahead and chime in... But the key has been for me is to do that without expecting anything in return. You're giving. That's the definition of giving. Not giving with the expectation of getting. Are you in alignment with that, Ryan?

Ryan Jenkins:
Completely. I think you meet people. Help people out. There is a line with me. I'll be honest. I do get contacted by people very randomly, a lot who are friends on social media say and I comment on their posts a lot. Then all of a sudden they have a music video or they've done a project, and then I've commented on that as well. Then I get a message, hi, I really want your help. I'm like, hm. Funny that because I don't see you communicating with me on my social media, I'm just naturally supporting you. I look and I go, you've never commented, never like to my post, but now you want my help and you want me to spend time with you. I'll be honest, those people are like... No, because they're takers and I want to go. Oh don't... Go and help them. I went, no, stop Ryan. That's negative energy coming at you because they're takers. I'm really strict with myself now, with the people that I let into my life. People that are takers and don't do anything that is rewarding, that helps you in a mutual respect, as a friendship or work, get rid of it. People that just ask you for favors, people that just want things from you, get rid of it. There's got to be mutual respect and support and admiration from both sides. If it's not there, especially when you're the one achieving and there's people underneath and it comes from as simple as putting some posts on your Instagram. Liking some pictures. Putting some comments. That's all it takes. But don't be going at someone for everything is. Keep with the positive people and you'll be fabulous.

Absolutely, and serve and do it without expecting things in return. I'm the same way, you know, you're saying to be honest. Well, yeah, you don't want to. It's not about serving and helping everybody on the planet. We can't do that. No one person can. You do have to pick and choose. I totally concur with this. I used to allow people to walk all over me, I mean, blatantly, because I was so freaking, you know, wanting to give and be nice and then they would take advantage and then... Take advantage. I finally got enough respect for myself and said, no more. I'm done. No more. I don't have time to be dealing with this stuff. And you're pulling me down, like you said, the negative energy. Totally.

Ryan Jenkins:
Growth that is. I've had many, many times in my life, I've walked away from friends who I was very close with. It was a really difficult time to do it, but doing it was the best thing I've ever done when I have done it. Because those people have sometimes brought me into a bad world that they were in, and it was clouding my thought. Then the other one is some people can be really manipulative like you can let them in and give them stuff. Then they flip things and say, you make me feel bad. I'm going, really? I make you feel bad. Like what? You said this to me. And I'm like, Oh, really? Because I didn't take you to meet them, and you didn't get that experience. Then I just thought, you know what, I'm done. I have thousands of friends, and I'm connected. You're the one accusing me of things. I'm not doing it. Because I let them into my bubble really close, they think I won't popped it. And I'm like, we're done. I'll let go because I'm ruthless about my emotions and my life. I'm not going to let that just.... It's like a bacteria. I'm not going to let it spread. So if it has to go, it has to go.

Brian Kelly:
It's not an easy thing to do, but it's a necessary thing to do. I call it firing your friends. You know, you need to fire your friends sometimes. I've had that happen to me twice in my life that I can recall at this moment. More than twice I'm sure. That had a meaning to them and that were difficult.

Ryan Jenkins:
You can't help everyone, Brian. It's just a thing, and so many people that go but they're my best friend. I went, but all I hear you... I'm on the phone with some people and go, okay. I can't make the decision, but all I hear you do is complain about that person. And all you ever tell me is they make you feel like rubbish. You need to leave. And I said it's not... I shouldn't say that as a third party, but I'm afraid to say it. But I now don't want to be your friend because you, when you call me, I go, oh, my God, no. Hi, please be in a good mood. I'm going to go. I don't want that. I said so you need to change your life if you want to be in my life, because I don't look forward to that telephone call. I said, and that's what it's all about. So until you can sort your eggs, I'm taking mine somewhere else darling. We're going to go fly.

Brian Kelly:
Oh, man. I was literally just talking to a gentleman. I mean an hour before our show, Ryan. I just said to him, you ever get that phone call and you see that number and you just shudder and you don't even want to answer it?

Ryan Jenkins:
And this it. Who wants to be that person? You want it to be...Oh, my God, it's Brian! Mate! You want to pick up the phone excited and happy, not annoyed. I think people really take that into consideration is when you call people up, what are you doing? When you have a meeting... Are you giving them negativity or positivity?

Brian Kelly:
Exactly, exactly. Thank you, Anthony. Yes, he's right. Ryan, he's talking to you. Haters will hate and try to live off your energy. So true. He's saying this has been great. Wish you two the best of success. We wish you the same, Anthony. Just wish everyone the greatest of success. And yeah, that's so funny. You answer the call like that, Ryan. So they can't suck your energy. So you don't put it into the call. Yeah.

Ryan Jenkins:
The other one is. Yeah. Yeah. Hi. You need me? I'm got to go. I'll call you back. Rona needs me, darling. Oh, yeah... bye!

Brian Kelly:
I'm going to use that one. I'm going to use it.

Ryan Jenkins:
So answer then say you're busy, and you got to go.

Brian Kelly:
Wow.

Ryan Jenkins:
Then call someone else. Tricks of the trade.

Brian Kelly:
I love it. They're necessary at times. Right? You got to do what you got to do to keep your own sanity. Holy smokes, bro. It's only... We got four minutes left, but I did say at the opening, we're going to go five hours. So I hope you're good. No, we got four minutes and I want to wrap this up. I want to again extend my appreciation to you. But before I do that, I did promise everyone a giveaway. Right? If they stayed on this, and then before I talk about that, which is right in a moment. I love to end the show, Ryan, with one special question. I ask this same question of every person who's been on my show. I hope you didn't cheat and go watch one.

Ryan Jenkins:
I just got to get ready. Hold on, hold on. Okay, I'm ready. I'm ready. Ready.

Brian Kelly:
I love it.

Ryan Jenkins:
All right.

Brian Kelly:
Yeah, it's a profound question. It can be slightly personal. However long it takes you to answer it, it's how long it takes. It doesn't matter. Before we jump into that, I have to fulfill my promises. I have to, and I'm going to. So for those of you that stuck with us live to this point, now you have our permission to take your gaze away from the amazing Ryan Jenkins for just a moment. Take out that smartphone, we've been talking about it. Pull up your messaging app, your text messaging app. I'm going to put it on the screen for you to follow along. You may want to write this down because it's going to go away real soon, and you have till the end of tonight to enter. What you want to do is where you would actually type in the name of the person you're going to message rather than type that name in, type that number you see there. It's three one four six six five one seven six seven. Three one four six six five one seven six seven. Then in the message area where you would actually now type in your message like an emoji. No emojis! Just two words separated by a hyphen or a dash. And those two words are PEAK (P-E-A-K) dash VACATION, altogether. No spaces. Then keep an eye out on your phone. You will get a follow-up message automatically that will be asking you for your email address. That is what will officially enter you into the contest because our system is automated and you will get your notification if you want via email. So go ahead and do that right now. And let's get back to the man of the hour. The man of the early morning out there near Rome. Are you ready, Ryan?

So here's a couple extra little things that I'm going to ask it. So here's the thing. There is no such thing as a wrong answer. It does not exist, in fact, the exact opposite is the true thing is the only correct answer is yours. That's what makes it personal. Nothing more. It's pretty cool. So it's fun. The answer may come to you instantly or it may take you several seconds. Maybe a minute or two, it doesn't matter. That airtime doesn't bother me any. Whatever it takes. So now are you ready? I know you're born ready. You're always ready, guy. I tell you. Alright, here we go. My favorite part of the show. I love this. Ryan Jenkins. How do you define success?

Ryan Jenkins:
How do you define success? Success is if you can wake up in the morning and say you're happy and go to bed at night and say you're happy. Success is not driven or leveled by money, by running a business. It's run by happiness and what makes you internally happy for your life. So it could be making loads of money and that's the kind of person you are and you just like money, money, money. And if you go to bed with that, you've done your deal. Or it could be, you live in Thailand or live in a little village, and they say the most happiest people on the planet are the people which have no money and they have family. So it's all down to you as an individual. But say a community, living in a community with your family and sitting down having those meals. Like when you think of what are the most happiest moments we have as humans. Normally like Christmas day, unless you're arguing. But you know those moments: your birthday, celebrations. That if you're surrounded with people that you can share moments with, that's when you're happy and you're content.

Brian Kelly:
Mmm. There are so many things I love about that. So many, we don't have time for me to rehash it all, but one of the main ones is it's not about money. And that has been the common thread of all the entrepreneurs that have proceeded to Ryan in their answers. The same thing. It's not about money, and I appreciate you for being the person you are. For spreading your incredible infectious positivity and energy everywhere you go. Please keep doing that as long as you're able to. And I wanted to give you a quick opportunity to let people in on how would they go about connecting with you. Maybe to learn more about how you become successful. Maybe to follow you in your many opportunities that you have going on, and I want to flash up your website. I love your website, it's phenomenal.

Ryan Jenkins:
Thank you. It's designed by a part-time website by a really good friend of mine called Lisa Franks and Gabriel. They've done amazing work on it, and they're based in Los Angeles.

Brian Kelly:
Mhm. Yeah. And this is... Look at this. I mean there's Ryan doing his thing like he was just talking about. You do this lighting does this. He's choreographing. I can see my daughter there right now. That would be awesome. So is that a great way for folks to reach out to you? Is the contact link there on your website?

Ryan Jenkins:
Please check it out. It's www.RyanJenkins.co.uk. Here going to go with the advertising pitch. You can also reach me on Instagram at RealRyanJenkins because honey, I'm not a fake one. So that's Instagram at RealRyanJenkins hashtag work it because you're worth it.

Brian Kelly:
Hashtag work it. Yes, again that's RyanJenkins.co.uk. Put it all in there, and you'll see this amazing site that you're watching right now flashing. This is an eye catching website, and it really fits Ryan because it's fast-moving. It's got energy. It's also showing his mastery as he's teaching, as he's choreographing, as he's coaching, as he's leading. It's got all the elements and the essence of this amazing guy that you see right here on the screen with me. So, I don't know. This has been phenomenal, Ryan. I appreciate you so much for staying up and getting back up so early, for being here for everyone. Thank you, everyone, for interacting and asking questions. I appreciate you all. Is there one last piece of advice, Ryan? If you could think of one thing. There is a budding entrepreneur out there. There's somebody who's just getting started...

Ryan Jenkins:
Don't dream it, be it.

Brian Kelly:
There it is. He knew what it was right away.

Ryan Jenkins:
Straight away. Don't stop dreaming. Make it happen. Don't dream it. Be it. Get out of bed. Don't talk about it. Don't whine about it. Don't ask. Just stop asking questions. Just get on with it. Make it. You have a phone. You've got a computer research. Do it. There's no excuses. Anybody can achieve anything. Look at Richard Branson. Millionaires are created every two seconds. People get married, people fall in love because people bond.. Trips. I randomly moved to Rome. I didn't think about it. I went, you know what, I'm not living in London. Didn't dream it. I went going. Did it. Best thing I ever did was move to Rome for the last four months for lockdown. It has inspired me. I've worked and so many people in the UK are just complaining, upset that they wish they had done it. I said, shoulda, woulda, coulda, baby. Don't dream it, be it.

Brian Kelly:
Yeah, I like to say right along the same line. Take massive, immediate, and I add one more, consistent action. You know, don't go into paralysis by analysis as Ryan said. Just do it like Nike would tell you. Alright. Well, that's a wrap. This has been a phenomenal show because of Mr. Ryan Jenkins. Again, thank you, my friend, for coming on here on behalf of this amazing, amazing young man. I am Brian Kelly, your host of The MIND BODY BUSINESS SHOW. Until next time we will see you again with another phenomenal guest. Until then, so long. And God bless everyone. Bye-bye for now.

Ryan Jenkins:
Bye!

Brian Kelly:
Thank you for tuning in to The MIND BODY BUSINESS SHOW podcast at www.TheMINDBODYBUSINESSSHOW.com. My name is Brian Kelly.

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Ryan Jenkins, the talent scout for SYCO for Simon Cowell, he creates for the biggest brands on the planet. Puma, RedBull, Candy Crush. He is a reality TV star from the hit Lifetime show 'Dance moms' and is the CEO of iD-Company, a dance education platform that has an App launching globally this year. If you want to learn about achieving, look no further, this is Ryan Jenkins.

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