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Why Your Boring Job Might Be Your First Business Idea
In today’s podcast episode we respond to an email we received from Australia from a listener of the show who is depressed with the life she is leading.
Its not the life that she is leading either, but more where she is heading.
She is 23 years old, and needs a bit of support….which is where we come in.
So lets start with the email that inspired this episode.
The Email Of Depression
“I’ve been listening to your podcast for a few months now and I can’t tell you how much I enjoy it.
My name is Derek, and I’m 23 years old currently living in Sydney Australia and work at one of the big 4 accounting firms in financial advisory a.k.a the biggest snore of my life. AND for lack of a better description I absolutely hate it.
I apologise for the novel of an email you are about to endure but I am hoping that you might get something out of this too.
I began working last year in March as a graduate, keen and ready to start my fabulous career of fortune, money, success, rainbows and perfectness.
When in actual fact I hadn’t really given this much thought at all I just went to uni, studied business, was good at finance and trusted my parents that this was the right thing to do. In my first week (3 DAYS WAS ALL IT TOOK) I remember being on the train home almost in tears thinking holy shit I’ve fucked up.
I have gotten my the past 5 years of my life all wrong and I should be doing something more creative, fun and much more me (I am fun and creative and fabulous and all things not boring) what was I thinking?
Looking back now, at my life, personality and everything about me I could not have picked a role less suited to me. (I am no snore! I am a fun bag of greatness that does whatever the hell I want!) BLIMEY CHARLIE (said in your silly British accent) what have I done!
The Moment Of Decision
Anyways, here I am a year later still in the same job for a selection of crappy reasons:
1. I have begun studying my CA which would take me 3 years to complete (I am now half way through and think wow what a waste this would be I should finish what I started) – FYI my job pays for me to do this and you need 3 years of relevant experience to qualify so quitting would mean I can’t complete this
2. Further from point two everyone (being older people in my life e.g. parents/boyfriends parents) tell me having my CA would be an advantage to my career forever and I never know when it might come in handy
3. I believe that I am learning skills invaluable to me that would help me succeed in any business setting
In saying that, I have had a constant battle for the last year that time is ticking away and I’m only taking steps in the wrong direction, prolonging the inevitable (getting out of here) and making my life more miserable than it needs to be.
I don’t doubt it will be easy for you to see how much I relate to your podcast i.e. how much corporate land sucks.
I reckon 80% of the people in my team hate their jobs and are lying to themselves if they said they don’t.
I love the enthusiasm you give me and the confidence to believe I can do my own thing and follow my heart.
I refuse to let myself go down the same path I see so many of my colleagues on.
I’m young and I know there is something out there better for me, that I would be passionate about, but I am absolutely struggling to decide what that might be.
I have ideas coming out of my asshole in terms of business ideas, concepts, ways for other businesses to improve – you name it I’m thinking of it everywhere I look.
I recently listened to your podcast where you spoke about dropping down to two episodes per week, and while I was listening to it I thought – what crap!!!
All I could hear was excuses because thinks weren’t going perfectly for you and you were going on your wonderful trip to New York and it was all too hard and you thought that was an easy way out. It didn’t sound like the motivational, enthusiastic David I know and love!!!!
When I heard that you realised this and you were sticking to three podcasts I thought bloody hell good on you because you just seem to get things right. I always agree with your views on life, on the workforce and the way you think things should be… so good for you!!!!
I’m proud that you did the right thing and I’m glad that you shared that podcast with us despite not deciding to do it. It’s a great lesson for you but also for all of your listeners and I think a lot of people will appreciate that.
I’ve been meaning to write to you for a while now and listening to that podcast made me do it.
You talk a lot about following your heart, starting your own business and quitting the corporate life but I wonder if you realise someone as young as me is listening to you. I have a question for you Mr know it all sexy funny and fabulous David Ralph – do you really think it’s a good idea for me to quit my job and follow my heart?
What Can I Do Going Forward?
I’m 23, I have only been in the workforce for a year and a half and lets be real, to a very large extent I don’t know shit about anything.
Who would invest in me, who would trust that I would be able to run my own business and would I even be able to?
Do I still have too much to learn? Should I stick out completing my CA and getting some more experience under my belt while I’m at it?
Or should I screw it and go in there tomorrow and kiss my snore of a job goodbye and back myself? I’m a smart girl and I don’t doubt I would be able to do anything I put my mind to but wow, I hope you can understand and see that it’s a little more difficult for someone so young.
Or maybe it isn’t? Do I have more room for failure? I think this would be a great topic for you to discuss and I would love to hear more from young entrepreneurs on join up dots, or even young people that have fucked off something they know isn’t for them and followed their heart.
My family all think I need to stick out my job for three years and I just can’t help but feel like this is the wrong advice – it just doesn’t sit right with me!
These people are old dinosaurs, times have changed and I need to take from life what I want….. right?
HELP ME MR RALPHIE BECAUSE IM GOING INSANE. Do I need to be more patient? Get some experience?
I would be surprised if some of your listeners don’t feel the same way that I do in one way or another and I don’t doubt you would be able to spin something mentioned into a topic so I hope this helps you too!!
P.S. don’t mention my name in your podcast please I’m a scaredy cat.
Goodnight and thank you from the bottom of my heart for your motivation and keep at it! All those people that cancelling on you is actually a good thing.
They aren’t the type of people you want on your show anyways right? That’s not what it’s all about. So screw them and long live David Ralph and join up dots!!”
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Audio Transcription Of Your Boring Job Might Just Be Your First Business
When we’re young, we have an amazing positive outlook about how great life is going to be. But somewhere along the line we forget to dream and end up settling. Join Up Dots features amazing people who refuse to give up and chose to go after their dreams. This is your blueprint for greatness. So here’s your host live from the back of his garden in the UK, David Ralph.
David Ralph [0:26]
Yes, hello, man. Good morning to you. Good morning to you. How are we all How is everyone? And I’d like to say thank you to so many people that have have dropped to me a line and and told me, we listened to your show. And thank God, you’re staying at three days a week, I do really appreciate the people that have dropped me a line because you start doubting yourself in an environment like I’m in, you literally are blasting it out to the world. And you’re hoping that people are gaining something from it and enjoy and a lot of time, a lot of time, it’s kind of quiet time. And you don’t hear a lot back. So when you do get these messages, and people were saying, well, I will tell you the one that I’ve had today, which is sort of led me to saying that, and I’m going to it’s a very long email and I’m going to read it because there’s so many good bits of nuggets in there. Okay. And where are we? Where are we scrolling up and down? Right, okay. And this person who we will call Derek Now, if you’ve heard the name Derek before on Join Up Dots. This is code. This is code, but when the person doesn’t want been named shit, okay, so they will know. And this person said,
Unknown Speaker [1:40]
Please don’t mention my name in your podcast. I’m a scaredy cat.
David Ralph [1:44]
Although they said it in an Australian accent. Probably. Ladies don’t mention my name in your podcast place. I’m a scaredy cat, and so on. So this is Derek, this is Derek from Australia. And you won’t know if it’s a lady. You won’t know if it’s a Well, unless I screw up somewhere down the line. And I give out her name and a mobile outside it already. I’m setting. Okay. I screwed up already. It’s a lady. But the lady’s name is Derek. And so you won’t know anything more. But anyhow, in this podcast, this email that I received about a podcast, she said, I recently listened to your podcast where you spoke about dropping down to two episodes per week. And while I was listening to it, I thought, what crap she says. And not only does she say the C word she puts three exclamation marks after it might actually be for my eyes are going now I’m coming up to 50 years old. There’s a lot of exclamation marks. It looks like a zebra crossing. I don’t know if you have separate crossings across the world today a deal where it’s black and white lines across. I know you haven’t, but maybe you don’t call them separate crossings. You call them zebra crossings or something like that. And all I could hear was excuses. Because things weren’t going perfectly for you. I could I could sense the venom, the venom. You don’t want to annoy a lady, you really don’t want to annoy a lady, even a lady the other side of the world they will still find a way of getting to you. They certainly will. And she heard excuses because things weren’t going perfectly for you. And you were going on your wonderful trip to New York. And it was all too hard. And you for that was an easy way out. It didn’t sound like the motivational, enthusiastic David I know and love and she’s coming back to me she’s coming back to me she now loves me. And she did start off one of the very beginning of the email saying Dear Mr. Sexy David Ralph, who is hilarious and good looking. And hopefully you reading this now because I’ve got your attention always works always work. Anyway, she’s come back to me now and we’re in love We are in love is a long distance relationship. I’ve never met her. But now I know that there’s affection coming my way. When I heard that you realised this and you were sticking to free podcast, I thought bloody al good on you. Because you just seem to get things right. And I do try it. I do try my best to balance everything. I try to balance what’s right for you guys, and what’s right for me and my family. And sometimes it goes wrong. And sometimes, you know, I’ve given too much to you guys and not enough to myself. And then my health went and it’s all a balance. I don’t think you can have work life balance. I really don’t. I think it tips one way and then it tips the other way. And you’ve just got to be aware, when it’s going up and you’re starting to slide thing I need to get me buoy up the other way. And he said something else. And then I’ll be away. But I don’t think I don’t think work life balance really exists. I think it’s just that that you about Chi one minute in your download. And next minute it says see saw. Okay.
Unknown Speaker [4:42]
Well, we went away.
David Ralph [4:45]
Yeah. So she says I always agree with your views on life on the workforce and the way you think things should be so good for you. I’m proud that you did the right thing. And I’m glad that you shared that podcast with us. Despite not deciding to do it is a great lesson for you. But also for all you listeners. And I think a lot of people would appreciate that. Well, thank you so much for everybody who’s been writing those things through to me. And I do no matter what you think of Join Up Dots. And I get a lot of people sending me really horrible emails because I hate it. I have people sending me nice stuff. I have people sending me stuff that kind of boots me and then messages me and then boots me again. But every time I do it, I try to think of that balance, as I say, to provide as much as I possibly can for you guys, but also to keep on building my business and have a life that I enjoy. And my family get to see me and it wasn’t that case. Anyway. Anyway, getting back to this email. And this is a huge, huge sexy effort from from Derek from Australia. Hello, my name is Derek. And this person has says, and there’s a reason why I’m going to read it because there’s a hell of a storey here. But when I was reading it router, and I sent it a couple of personal messages back. There was one thing that kept on coming back to me. And that’s why I called this episode what I have, okay. I’ve been listening to your podcast for a few months now. And I can’t tell you how much I enjoy it. Go on, go on, go on tennis, tennis, go and don’t keep it to yourself. My name is Derek, and I’m 24 years old currently living in Sydney, Australia. And I work at one of the big four accounting firms in the financial advisory, aka the biggest snore of my life. If that’s the case, why did you go into just I think anybody over 10 years in the business, banking business and 10 years and insurance. That is a young fest that really is so you know, I, I understand what it is as a job you go into it. And for lack of better description. I absolutely hate it. I apologise for the novel of an email you about to enjoy. But I’m hoping that you might get something out of this too. I began working last year, March is a graduate Kane and ready to start my fabulous career with fortune, money, success, Rainbows, and perfect when in actual fact, I hadn’t really given this much thought at all. I just went to uni studied business was good at finance, and trusted my parents that this was the right thing to do. Yeah, I did the same thing. When I started my first job. I remember saying to my wife, my wife, my mom, I’m gonna take a year off. I’ve been at school since I was six. I’m going to take a year off and she said, No, you know, you’re going to get a job. And she wrote off to these banks and got me an interview. And unfortunately, I’m quite good in interviews and I got the job. And that was it. 10 years of my life boom, instantly. So in my first week, Derek says three days was all it took. I remember being on the train home, almost in tears thinking holy, and she says some bad words. I’ve really messed things up. Well, I’ve cleaned it up. I’ve cleaned it up. I am like the podcasting toilet paper. I have. I have cleaned up what she was saying, but she wasn’t in a good mood. I’ve gotten my I have gotten my past five years of my life all wrong. I have gotten the past five years of my life. I think your English I think you should be studying English, Derek, and your punctuation, okay. And I should be doing something more creative, fun and much more me. I’m finding creative and fabulous. And all things not boring. What was I thinking? It’s interesting, isn’t it? What were you thinking? Because you know this? You know, nobody. I’ve never met somebody when they’re like four years old. And I say to him, yeah, what would you like to be when you grow up? And I know me say,
Unknown Speaker [8:37]
Mr. Ralph, I’d like to be a racing driver. I would like to be a fairy
David Ralph [8:42]
princess. I’d never heard somebody go. I’d like to be in financial advisory please. As they sit there in their little suit and their brief cast briefcase. I’ve never never seen that. It’s always exciting stuff. But you kind of lose that all the way through, don’t you? Looking back now at my life, Derek says personality and everything about me. I could not have picked a row less suited to me. I am no snore. I’m a fun bag of greatness. But does whatever the hell I want. Blimey Charlie said in your city, British accent silly British accent. This. This works wonders on women across the world. Derek, I don’t know what’s wrong with you. What have I done? Anyway, here I am a year later still in the same job for a selection of not very good reasons. I began studying my ca which would take me three years to complete. I’m now halfway through and think, Wow, what a waste. This would be I should finish what I started. For your information. FYI, as the kids say, my Jobs pay for me to do this. And you need three years of relevant experience to qualify. So quitting would mean I can’t complete this. Further from point two, everyone being older in my life, Eg parents, boyfriends, you got an older boyfriend. Tell me having my CA would be advantage to my career forever. And I never know when it might come in handy. People always say that people always say that. And I know very few people in the, in the sense, but they’re talking about where it does actually help you. And I’m going to tell you later why I wanted to give you a bit of advice on to this, but what they’re saying, but you got this qualification and you can always fall back on it and all that kind of stuff. It’s kind of right, but I don’t agree, but they’re coming to it from the right angle, okay. And number three, she says I believe that I’m learning skills invaluable to me that would help me succeed in any business setting. If you want to be in business, but you sound like you want to be fun and creative and, and surfing and, and doing all the kinds of things that Australians love doing. Okay, like losing at cricket. That’s very topical at the moment. And for the rest of the time of my life on this show, you probably won’t ever hear me say that, again. I’m insane that I’ve had a constant battle over the last year that time is ticking away. And I’m only taking steps in the wrong direction, prolonging the inevitable getting out of here and making my life more miserable than it needs to be. You’re never going off in the wrong direction. That’s the one thing that I’ve realised, you’re pointing out, but you don’t want to do things. Again, that’s not the wrong direction. That’s actually the right direction. You’re actually going through a process and thinking, I don’t like this. I don’t like it. I did. As I say 20 years, I’ve been showing some stuff. And actually all the talents that I have, I can track back to business meetings and trying to be entertaining while doing very boring training courses. Was it in the wrong direction? No, it’s just helped me find the right direction. You know, life isn’t sat naptime GPS, you don’t just go boom and you go straight, a to b, it’s back and forth. But what you’re gaining, you’re gaining sexy experiences. And so never think that you’re going in the wrong direction. Just being that I am learning that I don’t like this. So I’m on the right direction. I am just moving towards where I want to be brilliant. I that’s why you listen to Join Up Dots for silver and gold like that. I don’t doubt it will be easy for you to see how much I relate to your podcast, IE how much corporate land sucks. It sucks. It sucks. I reckon. 80% of the people in my team hate their jobs and are lying to themselves. If they save I don’t. I reckon it’s more than that. I honestly do. I don’t know anyone from my previous life, but actually say they love they get on the train. They put their suits on, they go off to these meetings. And when you speak to them in the evening, they’re all talking about, you know what they’re doing at the weekend, they’re going sailing, but doing this, they’re doing that, you know, no one really talks about the positives of the job. Now, actually, I don’t want to talk about saving, I want to talk about this spreadsheet I’m doing no one ever does about. I love the enthusiasm you gave me always back on me now it’s back on the competence to believe I can do my own thing and follow my heart. You can you can do that Debbie, go for it. I refuse to let myself go down the same path I see so many of my colleagues on I’m young, I’m young and attractive. I drink heavily in the evening. She is Australian, we know it’s going to be true. And I know there is something out there better for me that would be passionate about but I’m absolutely struggling to decide what that might be. I have ideas coming out of a very small part of my body. cleaned it up again. I’m
getting good at it in terms of business ideas, concepts, ways, but other businesses to improve. You name it. I’m thinking of it everywhere I look. I recently listened to your podcast. Oh, this is about me dropping down when she was spanking my booty. Now she says You talk a lot about following your heart starting your own business and quitting the corporate life. But I wonder. I wonder if you realise someone as young as me is listening to you. I have a question for you. I actually know that five year olds and eight year olds and 10 year olds, I’ve got a couple of avid listeners in San Antonio, Texas. Hello, kids. If you’re listening to this show, thank you so much for listening and make sure that your mom is doing the right manoeuvres in or driving Don’t Don’t. Don’t take it for chance. Be Safe Kids be safe. So yeah, I have. I used to think it was sort of older people, but it’s not as such a range. And that can only be down to my winning personality. Right. So she says, I have a question for you Mr. Know it all sexy, funny and fabulous. David Ralph, she’s really won me over. She really you know, she started off on a low, she started off, you know, email spanking? Back, she’s come back big time. Do you really think it’s a good idea for me to quit my job and follow my heart? No, I don’t. I really don’t. I’m 23 I have only been in the workforce for a year and a half. And let’s be real to a very large extent, I don’t know. GC, she uses bad language all the time. She doesn’t know it anything about anything? Who would invest in me? Who would trust that I would be able to run my own business? And would I even be able to do I still have too much to learn? Should I stick out completing my ca and getting some more experience under my belt while I’m at it? Or should I screw it and go in there tomorrow and kiss my snore of a job goodbye. And back myself, I’m a smart girl. And I don’t doubt I would be able to do anything I put my mind to but Well, I hope you can understand and see that it’s a little bit more difficult for someone so young, or maybe it isn’t. But so we’re going to come to the rest of it. Okay, now she’s doing a qualification at the moment she’s doing a car, companies paying for it. And by following her sort of path through she’s halfway through. Now, one of the things that I see so many people talk to me about who Join Up Dots is I’m doing some kind of qualification. And I’ve realised I hate it, I realised it’s not me. Now, what I always think on this subject is it may not be you, but it’s somebody else. And at the end of it, if you pass it, you will have so much knowledge about how to pass these things. But you can create a very good coaching business or internet business. Now a classic example of this is the Smart Passive Income guy, Pat Flynn. Now, if you’ve never heard of Pat Flynn, he’s an American guy, really nice guy doing great things over there. And he was an architect, and he was really working hard at being an architect. And then his company said, Look, we were downsizing, we don’t need you anymore. And he was out of a job. And he thought, oh my god, oh my god, what do I do? So he thought, Well, I don’t know what to do, I’ve got no idea. So he built a website, just but he could light down all the knowledge about accountancy, and there’s some kind of architecture examination. And,
yeah, not accountancy architecture, that you have to pass. And he started putting it online. And one day, he put a bit of Google Analytics code on there, and he realised he was and a tonne of people coming to it, and if Oh, my God, and so he started looking at it. And when he thought why I could actually group this all into a product and sell it. And instantly he was making 10 grand a month. Now, people wanted the convenience, they wanted to pass these exams, and he’d already done it. So that’s the information. So when you are in job in corporate land, even though you are not enjoying it, you’re still learning and somebody will want to follow from behind. You don’t have to be a master, you don’t have to love it, you just have to be out but to teach somebody how to do it. Now the beauty of this online is that you don’t actually ever have to meet them. You can record you can document all your processes, how you got past the first exam, things I need to look at, you can build a whole product based on that, and then start driving traffic to it. And the driving traffic. Honestly, so many people come to me and I go, David, I don’t know where to find the traffic is everywhere, you will never have a problem with getting traffic. And what you do you get the right traffic. And literally, I am talking to you your traffic for me. And then somebody else is listening traffic. And then next door neighbours traffic, every single person who’s going online or looking, you’ve got 7.8 billion people out there, which is all traffic, you’ve just got to find the right people. And the more right you find, the easier it is people find your business, you know, it’s really good. So with Derek from Australia, Hello, my name is Derek, I think that you should complete your course while they’re teaching it to you. But in the evenings and weekends or whatever, I think you should start not just sort of thinking, Oh, I’m past that, forget about it, start documenting the process just like Pat did to be out to then start selling it. Okay, don’t worry about you not liking it, you want to be fun, you want to be energetic you want to be out and about. But this will be a good learning ground for you on how to grow an online business that people want. And in its simplistic terms, people want a transformation they want to get from A to B as quickly as possible, they want to get from pain to pleasure. So if they see that there’s a course there’s a video content is something that can teach them how to get the CA exam without as much study or whatever vain people are going to pay for that. And you can easily make several thousand a month by getting it on their all documented membership site, whatever. You don’t have to do it yourself. It’s leverage, you only do it one time. So in any job out there, you are doing a job and somebody wants your job. And if it’s on a sort of generalise scale, so if there are qualifications that operate on a wider sense around the world, then you’ve got instant customers, you’ve got customers wanting to know what you do. Okay, so anybody out there doing some qualification, think about our I’m just going to quit it. Think about actually, I’m being paid to build my business. This is brilliant. And once you’ve got some money coming in, which is your own money, then you’ve got choices, you can either quit your job, if you wanted, you could go down three days a week or whatever. Or you could then start taking back what you’ve learned work and transition into something else. So many options out there. Okay. So she said she’s a smart girl, okay. And she says, Is it difficult for someone so young, it’s not, you know, you can go back to Join Up Dots, I’ve had people at 1517. anybody I know, people at nine that have become multimillionaires. So it’s easy, but you’ve got to find the value, you’ve got to find the people that want the value. And you’ve got to find a way of presenting it to them. So they find that it’s that transformation A to B, and it helps them they’re going to pay for it. Okay. So she says, Do I have more room for failure to question my caution, caution. Everyone has more room for failure, I fail over time. I’m constantly doing stuff that doesn’t do anything at all. And I just keep on working through and sometimes things aren’t right at that time, and they be become right later. Other times they just not right. I fail all the time. And if you’re thinking Do I have more room for failure, you should be saying I want failure, I want to invite it into my life. Because the more times I fail, the more times I find tune, I strengthen, I find out about myself. And then you become the person you want to be and you get the business you want to be I he can’t do it without failure, you just can’t. So don’t say that go on won’t failure.
Unknown Speaker [21:46]
David Ralph [21:48]
are good to get. And once you do that, you’re once again on your way. Derek also says I think this would be a great topic for you to discuss. And I would love to hear more from young entrepreneurs on join up. So even young people that have screwed up something they know isn’t for them and followed their heart. I think every single person on the show, whether they’re young, middle aged, or whatever, they’ve all screwed up. I’ve screwed up. I’ve spent years doing stuff, you know, I’m 50 next year, and I think, God, if I done this, you know, I couldn’t have done I couldn’t have created an online radio stations, because it wasn’t there. So I had to find the technology. You guys coming along, technology is already there. And it’s changing at such a pace. You know, I didn’t have internet or anything growing up. It was it was like a black hole of nothingness. You guys have got opportunities of connecting across the globe. It’s amazing. It really is. Okay. She says my family all think I need to stick out my job for three years. And I just can’t help but feel like this is the wrong advice. It just doesn’t sit right with me. These people are old dinosaurs times have changed. And I need to take from life what I want, right? Help me Mr. Rafi because I’m going insane. Do I need to be more patient get some experience. I would be surprised if some of your listeners don’t feel the same way. But I do in one way or another. And I don’t doubt you’ll be able to spin something mentioned into a topic. So I hope this helps you to Good night. And thank you from the bottom of my heart for your motivation. And keep at it all those people that cancel on you is actually a good thing. But aren’t the type of people you want on your show. Anyway, that’s it. That’s not what it’s all about. So screwed him and lonely David Ralph and Join Up Dots. That’s Derek from Australia. So every opportunity you have in your life is a mindset switch. You can either go this is terrible, or how can I gain something from it? You know, and I used to spend hours in a training room with no one bear just sitting on my own. And I used to build websites, I used to sit there thinking I might as well make the most of the time I’m being paperless. And it was boring. It was like being Nelson Mandela in this 15 foot cell. But I came out with a business which started paying me affiliate marketing rights, you know, what’s that Florida keys.com, which you can go and check over which made it easier for the next stage and the next day. So if you are sitting out anything can hate me. So I want to do something, a course you’ve got to think about it. And you got to think about what you want to do. But anything that helps you transition to more Liberated Thinking is a good thing. Anything that helps you pay the bills, and not necessarily keep you in the lifestyle that you want, but helps you move forward is a good thing. It’s not a linear path is not a to b, but you’re never in on the wrong direction. You’re never no wrong direction. You’re always moving through rubbish to get to the good points. And as you’re moving through rubbish you think to yourself, this is brilliant. This isn’t for me, I know this because I’m actually doing it. Thank God for that. Otherwise I could have ploughed into this down the line. But I’ve already sorted it out. I’ve already got it out of my system, I know that I’m never going to do this again, you’re on the right direction. Till next time, thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much for everybody, especially Derek from Australia for dropping me that email really helps me start building more and more content. And if I get a lot more emails like that, then I’ll be doing more shows he won’t just be three days a week it be you know, seven days a week or whatever you want. makes it a lot easier for me. So thank you so much. But Derek, and hopefully doing both personal messages that I sent through to you will inspire you in some way too. Until next time, I will see you again. Look after yourselves be sexy, and I’ll see you again. Cheers. Bye bye.
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