Braving Beauty with Terra Cunningham
Meet Terra Cunningham! She is a hairstylist turned life coach. Her goal as a life coach is to work with women to make their desires a priority in their life, so they’re able to fully and completely express themselves and to her, that is what true beauty is!
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Speaker 1 (00:04):
Trusting your intuition will lead you to create a passionate joy-filled life. I'm Jacqueline Rodriguez, founder of your intuitive light coaching and the host of the intuitive light podcast for the enlightened entrepreneur. My goal is to help women recognize how tightly they are tied to negative thoughts and other people's expectations so that they can fully embrace and become untethered entrepreneurs just like their dreams. And today I wanted to bring on my friend Tara and she is an amazing hairstylist turned life coach and we've known each other for a few years and I just think that she's got so much inspiration to share with the world. And without further ado, let me bring Tara on.
Speaker 2 (00:54):
Speaker 1 (00:56):
Speaker 3 (00:59):
Thank you so much for being on the show. Thank you so much for having me. I'm excited to be here with you. Yeah,
Speaker 1 (01:07):
I love love, love that we can do this virtually and have you, 'cause you're all the way out in California. I'm in.
Speaker 2 (01:17):
Speaker 1 (01:18):
And that is just an amazing thing that we've built such a, a tribe with Britt Seba, our one of our coaches that, that's where we really got to know each other and meet each other. But being able to really keep connected and keep our stories and supporting one another has been so great for me. And I know that just in general, having that type of community has been super beneficial for me.
Speaker 3 (01:49):
Yeah, I think that is where my life really started to kind of evolve was when we went to retreat together. And it totally opened me up to what I really wanted to do and what I was really passionate about, which is, you know, empowering women and helping women, I'm a priority in their life. I think that was
Speaker 1 (02:12):
The huge turning point for all of us. So 2018, I think it was, we went on a retreat in California with our coach Brett Siva, who is a coach for hairstylists and she's an amazing coach. She's a mate. She just has so much spunk and information to really keep hairstylists growing. And she had this wonderful, I think it was the last one that she held, right? Last one. Yeah. So we were so fortunate and it was amazing because you had to like apply to be able to go and she only handpicked a few specific people and us, that's where we met in person. That is, and it was an experience and I think it was a huge turning point for a lot of us because we are a very go-getter kind of woman. We're constantly moving forward. And that was why we got chosen to go there because we were really looking for that next step. And I loved your story and everything that I got to learn about you there. And then over the years, up until now. So I would love for you to tell our viewers, you know, who are you, what do you do and why?
Speaker 3 (03:31):
My name is Tara, I am a single mom of a beautiful five-year-old girl, but I swear to go on 15 with her attitude. I am a hairstylist and I became a hairstylist because I wanted to help women feel beautiful. And you know, being a stylist for 10 years, I realized that there's another aspect to being beautiful and that comes from the inside out. And that was something that I wasn't able to do just behind the chair. They always say, Oh, your hairstylist is kind of like your therapist. Okay. And I wanted to go a little deeper to that. You know, sometimes there wasn't always the time where they loved their hair, but it looked beautiful and they said, my hair looks beautiful, but I just don't feel good inside. And I really wanted to do something about that. So when we went to reach free we had a little workbook that we did and I discovered that I'm really great at encouraging women to do with, they're passionate about to pursue their dreams and desires and to encourage them and let them know that they deserve to do what they desire to do.
Speaker 3 (04:50):
And so I began to look to be to become a life coach. And ever since then, as I've just been completely obsessed with coaching and like being a coach for women. Just uncovering the things that we don't know are there, that's holding us back.
Speaker 1 (05:12):
And that's such an important thing because I mean, again, we've, we are hairstylists, I've been in the business for 20 years and when I looked at what I did behind the chair, yes, I love beauty. I love fashion. I love the hair. Before we got on, both of us were like, Oh my gosh, you know how? But what I loved was having that conversation and the change that I was able to have behind the chair in the way that they looked at themselves, not just the physical but that light that's within us and is unable to bring that out of them while they were in the chair is a huge spark for why it's so important to be able to talk to them further and take that one more step. And for you like that is what you're passionate about. You, you can help women change that light within them.
Speaker 1 (06:09):
And being able to do that a step further. And a step deeper is so wonderful and I think that it's so needed as well. And because you have such a different aspect of looking at it, because we are kind of like therapists where we talk and they divulge a lot to us. But they also look to us for certain things and they will listen. And being able to have that platform to help them start loving themselves is huge. So what, what does that look like for you and you know, what is, what is it that you're so excited about to work with them?
Speaker 3 (06:52):
Like what stuff that I'm most passionate about, especially being a hairstylist. I am a visual person. I'm a visual learner and I have created my own transformation in my life through visualization. And so as a coach to be able to make a certain feeling or emotion tangible and to actually feel it because we are feeling it anyway. I think is the main thing to have a breakthrough, to be able to take what you perceive as a negative emotion, and turn it into something positive. It's huge. And we do that through a process of visualization.
Speaker 4 (07:35):
Speaker 1 (07:35):
So I know what visualization is, but could you explain to the viewers, like what, what does that process look like for you?
Speaker 3 (07:45):
So the visualization is on purpose. It's not a fantasy, it's not daydreaming. Visualization is on purpose. We are creating our own reality
Speaker 3 (07:59):
In our minds through visualization. You know, so it's taking your desire and goal and what does that look like for you? What does it feel like to you? And we use video digitalization and two points of view. Are we associated meaning we're actually experiencing our reality as we are or are we dissociated meaning where you are outside of ourselves looking in, kind of like playing a video game, watching the little guy run around? That would be an outside point of view versus an associated point of view is like you don't see that little guy. All you see are your hands in front of you and everything else around you. Do you know? And we utilize both views to create transformation.
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Speaker 1 (08:53):
That's a fascinating way. I hadn't thought about the whole being in it or out of it. Then, when you're doing your Bissell visualization, are you like meditating or vision boards or,
Speaker 3 (09:11):
Yeah, you can really do it anywhere. And there's, you know, different things like sometimes, yeah, maybe you are meditating if you only have a few minutes to do it in your car before you get home from commuting all day or before you walked in the door because your kids are driving you crazy or you know, you won't get time. You could do it in your car, you know you could do it anywhere you want and you could do it in the bathroom on your lunch break at work. You can literally do it anywhere.
Speaker 1 (09:47):
That's wonderful. So it's something that every person can do with ease. And when they're doing the visualization, are you, like, you think about what it is that you want and do you see it happening or how does that work when we're able to do it really quick like that?
Speaker 3 (10:09):
Yeah, you see it, feel it. You're using all five senses to tap into your reality. So is there something that you smell around you? Like where are you? Are you on a beach? I mean it could be anything. Are you working? What does the paper feel like? What is your computer look like? How do you feel sitting there? I mean, it could be anything. Are you planning a vacation? You just, what are you hearing? Are you hearing ocean waves? How does that make you feel? Connecting all your senses to your feelings is what makes it so real. And the most powerful thing about that is that our subconscious mind can't distinguish if it's really happening or if it's not really happening. So your subconscious mind, you are actually experiencing this, which is what sets you up first to success.
Speaker 1 (11:02):
So like if I have this goal of going on a vacation to Greece, I do have this goal. I'm really seeing myself in visual is visualizing myself there. How I'm going to get there, how I feel, what emotions are bringing up, what smells do I smell. Then it's basically putting it into my life as a reality subconsciously.
Speaker 3 (11:27):
Right? Yeah. Yeah. Concentrating on like what are you wearing? Like what colors are you wearing, what colors are you seeing and how is that making you feel? And that kind of taps into why you want to go to that place. Like, you know, it's getting attention and intention. So that's another powerful thing when it comes to visualization is, are your intentions so that you can focus your attention.
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Speaker 1 (11:58):
Very nice. So the intention being why you want to go to this, why this goal is important to you.
Speaker 3 (12:06):
Yeah. Well having it do for you.
Speaker 1 (12:10):
Relaxation, vacation scene, you know, just for that example. But if we're talking about like business, you know, if we're talking about the goals that you want to hit in business, as a money goal, then what is that money goal going to do for you and how is that going to change your life?
Speaker 3 (12:31):
Yeah. And yeah, what will you be able to physically experience with that? You know, maybe not just having it so abstract, but bringing it into the tangible, because we are spirits in a physical body. We want a physical experience. So what does having that, what will, having that money will not allow you to physically experience?
Speaker 5 (12:57):
Speaker 1 (12:58):
That is a great way to put it because we do get so focused on just a,
Speaker 3 (13:04):
Speaker 1 (13:06):
You know, obviously, a lot of people have these big money goals, but what is that money doesn't bring you happiness. So what is it about the money that will bring you happiness and peace or whatever, you know, beyond what does money bring in for you? And especially with business and everything too. Like what type of,
Speaker 5 (13:26):
Speaker 1 (13:26):
Passions do you have and what kind of joy can you bring daily by doing the business and you know, whatever it is that you're doing.
Speaker 3 (13:38):
Yeah. Yeah. And how does that make you feel as well? You know,
New Speaker (13:43):
Like if it's something that lights you up, that's wonderful, but that's not really what's lighting you up, you're going to come into another problem. It's going to make things a little bit harder for you because we are wired to succeed in whatever we set our minds to. So, if you, if your focus is on worrying about something, well you're going to get what you're worried about. But if you, if things come up and you're like, okay, I have to handle that, but my focus is my desire, then you're focusing on your desire and the problem will come out on how to fix itself.
New Speaker (14:25):
Opportunities will be presented to you on how to deal with that challenge. You know,
Speaker 1 (14:33):
My coach Jim Forton always said, and I loved the statement at the same time, it was a little frustrating to hear that we really do bring everything into our own lives. Like we create it, whether it is good or the bad, and it is because we're attending on that, good or bad. So if you're constantly thinking about not having enough or you just like that commercial, I don't even know what it was for, but that bird that would repeat after the guy got home, not another day, I can't take this, he was concentrating on that. He couldn't handle this anymore and was upset. And it is like that little repetitive thing that goes in your head. But you're also putting it out into the universe. And that's kind of what we attract. Whether we know that that's what we're doing or not if we're focused on the negative of it. And on the flip side, if you're constantly focused on the positive and what feelings and what changes that one thing will have in your life, then all of a sudden that starts coming to reality because that's what we're putting out into the universe.
Speaker 3 (15:48):
Yeah. I watched this movie with will smith and I think I want to say, Marco Robbie, the one from beside squad, she played Harley Quinn. Yes. So they were in this movie together and they were con artists. Well, they went to put on a con for this guy who was like the best con artist ever. And how they got him was they put things, little things around to trigger his subconscious so that when they told him, pick a number on the, it was like a football field. They told him to pick a number. He picked the number that they wanted him to pick because everywhere he went was they planted in his subconscious. These little, these numbers, you know, so it's also being aware of what is surrounding us. They say you are a product of your environment. What are you planting into your subconscious? What's on the TV that you're not paying attention to that's just running in the background. You know, that kind of little things all playing into what our subconscious is and what our reality is.
Speaker 1 (17:12):
I love that you brought it together like that. I hadn't, didn't, I mean I watched the movie but I didn't put two and two together. But it is so true. It's all of the things that we're watching on TV or that we're telling ourselves, like the videos that we watch or the little things that are just playing around, like we don't even notice it, but it sticks into our subconscious and then it becomes that reality. So how do we go about changing like with your steps and with going into the visualization, you know, what do we do about the self-sabotaging things that tend to happen and that are around us?
Speaker 3 (17:58):
Yeah. Well, one of my favorite resources is Psycho-Cybernetics, and they a little bit older book, but we all have a built-in success mechanism. And the first step would be to actually define your desire or goal. Be very specific about it. Have something you can measure, have something tangible that when we know that you have accomplished this goal, there's something tangible that you have. So the first spot it's like anything is to aim, aim for your desire. Just like you're on a target. What is your target? Where are you placing your target?
Speaker 1 (18:42):
Okay, so make sure that it's very defined, not just a large, broad, I want to make money, I want to make more money. It's how much money do you want to make where well very defined as to what the money amount you want to make and then why you want to make that
Speaker 3 (19:04):
Setting your intention. And that could be defining why sometimes is the hardest part. Sometimes we don't know. That's why we want it, you know? But defining that really helps make things clear.
Speaker 1 (19:20):
Okay. And then, yeah, and we have to stay motivated and we got to find new ways to stay motivated because most of the time when people are talking about things like this, they're like just, Oh it's the mindset. Just change it. But it's not that easy. We've got to change the little subconscious things that we don't even know are playing in the background, and like our environment, what are you putting around you? What types of things are triggering you all the time? And then the first thing to do is actually take a step. Make that goal. Why do you want that goal? And be really honest with yourself. Like it doesn't matter why it's only for you, but you gotta be real honest with yourself. Like, cause sometimes it's not even most of the time it's not even about just making the money. It's what's good. The money is going to do for you. So being honest.
Speaker 3 (20:18):
Yeah. And it's important. Some, a lot of times we want to skip that step of writing actually down why, but this is helping to narrow in our focus. You know, focusing is difficult. I feel these days with all the distractions we have. But narrowing in that focus is a huge piece of the puzzle.
Speaker 1 (20:39):
Okay. And go ahead.
Speaker 3 (20:45):
The next step you know, after you've narrowed in your desire would be to trust, to trust and know and believe that you're going to have that letting go of all the pressure of all the stress and letting go of the how. You know, you're, our job is to not know the, how to know the why and the what.
Speaker 1 (21:12):
And I hear you loud and clear and I know that that's something I had to work on. And that was one of my most pivoting moments is not worrying about the how, but playing a little devil's advocate for our viewers that are sitting there going, okay, that makes sense. But how do you, how do you not do that? Like, cause I need to know, I need to know the steps. I know so many people like that. I have to know how I'm going to get from point a to point B. What do you do? Cause I know when you're visualizing that you're, you're manifesting it, but how do you get those people to not worry about the how and just focus on the desire.
Speaker 3 (21:57):
So I through visualization, one of the something fun to do that I like to do, I created this visualization of my mind is having that piece of paper out in front of you of your to-do list, like not actually written down in your mind. You have this paper and you have this to-do list on it now, make it disappear, pixelated, pixelated, tear it up into a million pixels or pieces, blow it up with a bomb. Whatever it is in your mind. Do that and let it go.
Speaker 1 (22:40):
I just heard like everybody in listening going, what do you mean get rid of the to-do list? We live by our to-do lists. So we get rid of the to-do list and then what?
Speaker 3 (22:51):
New Speaker (22:52):
Well, it's letting go of the pressure letting go of the stress there. May you, you are going to have to take action. So there may be things that you have to do, but you can break that down into daily steps, right? We take things one day at a time walking you do today. You know, what would make what, what is the most important thing that you can do today? Because we want to develop consistency. But if we're living too much into the future, that's where anxiety is going to come from. Anxiety comes from not knowing, you know, and you may, you know, you may not have to do all those things on your to-do list, but taking it one day at a time and maybe creating a daily plan for yourself and being consistent and just creating that daily plan, that's a perfect habit to build, to start getting to you want.
Speaker 1 (23:47):
I know that when I wake up in the morning, one of the first things I do before my feet even hit the floor, I just breathe in, try to, you know, relax a little bit, not go straight into my day, but ask to accomplish my goals for the things that are the most important to me right now. What is the one thing? Just one, one thing that I have to do that will move me one step closer to my goal. And intuitively I just sit and relax and then something pops into my head and it really is kind of like a whisper, but it's quick. Like it's the first thing like, okay, so and, and to be honest, some days it is big like, Oh, okay, I have this thing, this big thing to do. And then some days it's like, no, you need to rest today. You need to rest, turn it off. And I do have to listen to my intuition even though my monkey brain might be running around going, no, no, no, no, no. There's like a hundred things that you have to do. But really just kind of leaning into asking like that one thing. So then I can burn my to-do list. I don't keep a to-do list anymore. I keep things like, you know, steps of a goal, but they're very strategic and I only go by them when I'm feeling that that's what needs to happen.
Speaker 3 (25:15):
Yeah, and I mean, if, if you are consistently overwhelmed on day to day basis, the reality it is you're not going to get anything done because your body's going to want to make you comfortable. You're automatically going to want to numb out. But if you have one thing that you ask yourself, maybe every, every morning you ask, what's one thing I need to do today? What's one thing I need to learn to? And you do that every day. That compounds to be huge. You know, one of my favorite books is compound effect by Darren Hardy, and it's my favorite, one of my favorite books when I got into the personal development of just how one thing daily, like you may not be the consequences of it may be in a year or whatever. But down the road, you're like, wow, that was huge. You know, like cutting out a can of soda or you know, the compounding penny. Like if you've ever heard the story of the compounding penny where, which better has $3 million or a comp, a penny that compounds over, you know, months. Obviously, you know when the answer to pick the penny. But why, you know, because consistently doing the same results compounds and gives you ended up with $10 million, you know, so those little, it's all in details. The details are what creates the big picture.
Speaker 1 (26:49):
That is a very powerful thing when you are trying to set these goals and you're visualizing and you're trying to let go of the, how do we get it done? Because another really powerful thing that I've learned over the years is when you are letting go and you've made the decision to move forward, all of a sudden those opportunities start just showing up. It is like magic when you let go of the need to control that. How at least that's what I've experienced.
Speaker 3 (27:25):
And you can practice this in the littlest of ways. One of the things that I did is I, I could not find my AirPods for like two weeks. I looked everywhere, couldn't find them. Then, I'm like, wait, why am I doing this? And I gave my subconscious mind in order and I said, find my AirPods like I was talking to my files, you know, find my AirPods. No kidding. The next day I'm mom calls me and she's like, Hey, are you still looking for your AirPods? And I'm like, yeah. She's like, Oh, I found them. They were in this bag, you know, and I'm like, Oh my God, that's crazy. But then the next day, you know, that's how fast it works when you just let go. I said this is what I wanted. I need them to learn about my particular material. So my intention and my intention work that, and then I just let it go. Okay. You figure it out
Speaker 1 (28:23):
And see. And that's such a little but very important way to use it because how many of us are now, I'm not even sure if my husband will hear this, but my husband is the King. I'm talking the King of like, when he can't find something, he will go like two hours retracing every little step and tearing everything apart and to like, he just won't even find it because you're so hyper-focused on that you lost it. Instead of just letting go and knowing that if you just said, like you said, the intention, like I need these keys cause I have to leave the house. Okay now like go and then it starts showing up like magic. But it's not the easiest thing too, to train yourself to do that. And I think it's those little tiny steps daily. And consistency.
Speaker 3 (29:20):
Yeah. So one of the things that are coming from me right now is I'm hearing like focus with a key thing, you know, for focusing on our desires and then letting that, that go. What I like to say is focus on just a small amount of time, 10 minutes a day. That's it. Let the rest go. So 10 minutes out of 24 hours in a day to just let the rest, Oh, you've already focused on what you wanted. Let the rest go and trust in that process, you know, and you're going to do things. It's going to be trial and error to find out what works for you and what doesn't work for you. But at the end of the day, doing these things consistently is what's going to deliver huge results. It's that penny compound effect.
Speaker 1 (30:11):
Beautiful. And I think that's something that everyone can commit to is, you know, focusing on their desire, the visualization of what they want, why feel it for 10 minutes a day, and then just allowing it to go away. Not, you know, not going down that rabbit hole of all the other things that can come behind that. Just allow it to go and start trusting more in themselves.
Speaker 3 (30:38):
Speaker 1 (30:40):
That's beautiful. And that is something that people can commit to. So it's a nice small step instead of constantly sabotaging yourself by going down that rabbit hole.
Speaker 3 (30:52):
What other things would you like to
Speaker 1 (30:57):
Talk about to the viewers or anything else that you have to share?
Speaker 3 (31:02):
I think my number one happened that I think is great for focusing and also letting go, like that kind of ties the two together is meditation. You know, just taking a second out of the day to focus on just your breathing while not focusing on anything, you know, or using a guided meditation. I think it's really the most powerful tool to train your brain to kind of get what you want and relax at the same time. So that's my little tidbit. Even if you're just starting one minute a day and then the next week you start with two minutes a day, just make it a simple practice. You can do it by just doing a square breath. Which I really love because if you inhale for four seconds, hold for four seconds, exhale for four seconds, hold for four seconds. So it's just something that you can do for one to two minutes to start there. Like, make it no pressure, whatever is easiest for you, you know, make it easy, have fun.
Speaker 1 (32:19):
I saw a great, I mean, you know me, I'm a huge advocate of meditation. It's a huge part of my life. And this coming from the queen of the monkey brain, that would not shut up. I had I think a painting that said brain, just please shut up because I could not get to shut up. But with the meditation practice and it really didn't start working for me until I made it a practice. Doing it for three days and then taking a week off didn't work for me because I needed to have that consistent practice. And even if you cannot get your brain to stop thinking the breath, a mantra, there are so many different ways that you can just focus one to two minutes a day and it does compound. I promise that one to two minutes a day will compound and before you know it, you're going to be able to do it so much longer and you're going to see the effects take place. And it
Speaker 3 (33:34):
Is something so common? And like the most powerful question as a coach that we ask is what does that want for you? If every one of the amazing paradigms we have is every behavior has a positive intention. So what is that behavior wants for you and that wanted you to relax and calm down and just breathe. And so I loved how you turned that around. That was so beautiful.
Speaker 1 (34:04):
And it was something that took me a long time to think and like to actually put into place and for it to work because my squirrel brain hole, let me tell you, it was times like a hundred. If anybody on here knows me for longer than 10 years, they can attest to how much my brain would just go because not only my brain, but my mouth, and I can still talk a lot, but it would be on 50 million subjects like I, the power of meditation and really starting to find that clarity is so profound and I promise any, any, any, anyone can do it. I don't care how much you think that you can't just find the practice that works for you. And some people I know they, they don't want to sit and actually meditate walking outside and not listening to anything but just paying attention to the birds or the colors of the trees. That is meditation. There are so many different ways to do it.
Speaker 3 (35:12):
Yes, it is great. Mindfulness, just naming out what you see all around you very quickly. I'm naming five colors immediately takes you out of native thinking. So it's a great, great technique. You know, if you need something just real quick to relax, you name five colors and then all of a sudden you find you of a sudden you find yourself just relaxed. Like it kind of takes the edge off a little bit without having to take an out of band or something. It works. It's amazing. It's just been a game-changer for me in dealing with my anxiety.
Speaker 1 (35:55):
Yeah. Yup. And anyone who is a business owner and a mother and we have so many different hats. I, it's been so valuable and I have been teaching my kids because from little being able to learn this, it wasn't a thing when I was younger. So I had to learn this on my own. Being able to teach and instill this in my children, even though they fight me tooth and nail like they don't want to do it now. I tell my 14-year-old son and he's like, okay mom, my meditation is listening to my music. Okay, that helps. But then I see them putting into place when they start getting flustered without them even knowing that they're doing it. So it's been so valuable. And I think, you know, for all of our viewers, I think it's so nice that it's mentioned more than once on her podcast.
Speaker 3 (36:52):
My daughter has special needs. So getting her to focus or helping her through frustration is like, it's challenging. But I noticed after we both do a meditation, she toggle in her own room and take a nap or something after or she'll go color. She'll be totally fine doing her own thing. After meditation, we do a guided meditation that Catherine's and kina, she's an amazing coach for manifestation. But she has audio that we listened to and immediately after she's fine, she's behaving herself. Like I'm like, okay, we're going to keep doing this. And she's worming, she's squiggly. She's all over the place, getting her little energy out. But she's listening still. Cause she'll repeat some of the words that she repeats. And then I had her, I was telling you, I had her ride her bike. She was having such a problem of where to put her feet on the pedals, how does she steer and do her pills at the same time? And then I stopped her and I said, [inaudible] take a deep breath and look at where you want to go. Why don't you focus on that little tree over there? She peddled to the tree with no problem. She was worried about the pedals. She wasn't worried about how to steer, just look up, like lift your head up, look up, and go where you want to go. And she did it, you know, and thought, wow, this is how simple that is that anybody can do.
Speaker 1 (38:34):
And that something we all have had to do, you know, ride a bike or teach someone, but taking that out of the bike contents or content, whatever, however you say that. And putting it in our business and our lives. If you hyper-focus on what that desire is and where you want to go, the how works itself out. And it just comes and starts like this and starts like that magic. It just comes in and starts to help that magic. It just comes in and starts helping you figure out being you figure out place by place, foot, you know, Apple place by place, foot, you know, after fight or flight, knowing where to go with that. So that is snowing, where to go with it. So that is such a, such a great way to bring it to life and a great way to bring it to life and show that it can be just that easy as riding a bike.
Speaker 1 (39:37):
I like that. It can be just that easy as riding a bike. Yes. I love it. Well I, you know, we try to be mindful of time. Something popped up with a streaming, you know, tech, you know, technology these days and especially because this is during the, at 19. So allergy these days and especially cause this is during the COBIT 19. So everybody is at home and hopefully, everybody is at home and hopefully, it didn't go out. It didn't go out. I just got a little popup but don't I just got a little pop-up, but I'm just so appreciative. I'm just so appreciative of you being here. I think that what the energy that should have of you being here, I think that what the energy that you bring to bring on and that the knowledge that you have to teach people to run and that the knowledge that you have to teach people to really start looking inward, start trusting themselves and looking inward, start trusting themselves and just love. I love what they're doing. Your passion. It's so beautiful. Love what they're doing, your passion. It's so beautiful. Full.
Speaker 3 (40:51):
Thank you so much for having me back. Lynn. Thank you so much for having me back. Lynn. This is my, my first ever podcast. So I decided to do this expectedly with you to do this, especially with you.
Speaker 1 (41:14):
No, no. Well, thank you. I really appreciate you being here. I appreciate all the all well, thank you. I really appreciate you being here. I appreciate all the viewer viewers and everybody watching. Everything is going to be in the show notes and everybody watching everything is going to be in the show notes. So you're going to be able to find terrorists. Super easy to have. So you're going to be able to find Tara super easy. We're going to have all the, all the links and all the information below. Please link, send all the information below. Please reach out to us. You know, we're here if you need to know more about visualization to us, you know, we're here. If you need to know more about visualization, if you need to know more or just get more support, we are built-in.
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