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Episode 010 - Belief Systems and the Three Step Process to Making them Work for You

mindset Oct 19, 2018

Watch our Video on Belief Systems here to see how they are formed and to find out what you can do to expand your own Belief System.


Here are the books Michelle referenced in today's podcast.  Note, these are Affiliate Links.


[00:01] Over the last two centuries, nearly 90 percent of the world's millionaires have created their wealth through real estate. Here to tell you how you can ride this wave with less risk and less capital while Creating greater income is your host, best selling author and Speaker, Michelle Russell.

[00:21] Hi, it's Michelle, the master of money mindset and I'm here with episode number 10 of the short-term rental revenue podcast. So really quick, I wanted to give a shout out to some of our listeners who have taken the time to leave a review. EventJubilee, thanks so much for this awesome review. It says the podcast is awesome and informative. As another reviewer said, Michelle really does impart her years of wisdom to benefit her listeners. a must listen. I have years of wisdom I love that makes me feel old though. When somebody says, keep my years of wisdom, my gray hairs are showing, and I thought I just did my roots right, but and then ZMDiana said, I love that the content is presented in a clear, concise, and straightforward manner. The information presented are applicable and strategic. Great podcast. Thanks so much.

[01:16] You guys, thank you for the five-star reviews. I love that and I love that you're listening, so every week if you leave a review, your name might be on the radio. Yeah, you might be on my podcast because I'm going to read a couple of these reviews every week and just say thank you and just let you know just how very, very grateful I am for you listening, but not only listening, subscribing and taking the time to leave a review. That really means a lot to me and I I totally want to let you know that I appreciate it. So thanks a lot to ZMDiana and two EventJubilee and there are others, but I'll read those next week and hopefully, there'll be more. Hopefully someday. There was so many left every week that I can't name them, but then I'll put them on our Facebook group or maybe in her web on our web page or something.

[02:11] That'll be really fun. I've got a couple of questions for you. Is Friday a good day to drop these episodes? I went to a podcast or convention and they were talking about different days of the week that are better than others and I just always thought that Friday was the best day to let our episodes air and it is called dropping the episodes. Like, oh, that's the day you let it drop. And I'm like, oh, I dropped it. Okay, who's going to pick it up? But okay, so it's Friday a good day for you? Or is there another day of the week? leave me messages inside my Facebook and because I want to know if there's another day that you think would be a better day to drop my episodes. I am all on that. I want to do what makes you happy.

[03:00] So, and the second question I have is, are you a current investor with properties or are you a Newbie? Because when I originally started doing this podcast and the whole idea was to get newbies and help newbies out, but I've had a couple of people asked me questions and they were kind of rather advanced questions and I answered them obviously. But then I thought, well, what percentage of my audience is new and what is not, and I really don't know because it's a new thing for me. Podcasting. I mean, when you market to people on your business and your regular business, like the prosperity process, I kind of knew, you know, that they have you take a wild guess, to know, who's the customer that you're serving, and who's your Avatar? Right. And I knew my audience there. And, in the podcast world, it's just out there, like anybody can go on I HeartRadio or Itunes and they can download your podcast and you have no idea.

[04:04] I don't get to meet you and talk to you unless you come on my Facebook and kind of interact with me. I mean, even if you go on our website, we're going to start making that way more interactive so that we can get some groups. But I really want to feel the community. I want to know who you are. I want to know what you're doing. And I want to know, is this your first rental property? Do you have your first rental property because right now we've got something in the works for somebody who doesn't have any rental properties because that was our target, but if you do and there's more complex questions that you have, something that's more intricate, more advanced, let me know. Message me because I really want to answer your questions and if I don't know the answer because I am not the all seeing eye, over what is in, all of the kingdom.

[04:57] I, I do know a lot of people and almost everyone I know is an investor in real estate. Almost all my friends invest in real estate. Actually. I'm kinda thinking one pretty much. There's just a handful of my friends who do not invest in real estate. Almost everybody does. So if I don't know, I absolutely know somebody who does know the answer to your question and I'm like, Robert Kiyosaki used to say, "I am not always the smartest person in the room, but I surround myself with very intelligent people", and that's kind of how I feel. I don't have to be the smartest person in the room, but I always know where to get the answers and I am never afraid to ask questions and I have a lot of very, very intelligent friends and I love that because I don't have to know everything. I just have to know about what I'm doing and I can always, you know, as I grow, I learn more and more and I want you to be that same way too.

[06:00] So I was kind of just kind of looking out there because we've got a challenge coming up. Oh, I'm not sure if I should have said that because we've got a challenge coming up and the challenge is going to be for all you newbies out there who do not have a short term rental property. So please keep us in mind. I mean honestly subscribe and stay tuned because we've got some really exciting stuff out there and we're going to have a 30 day challenge coming up. I'm probably giving it away right now, but we've got a 30 day challenge coming up or we're going to help you get your first short term rental and it's going to be fantastic. Everything is all in the works and, you know, everybody's on click funnels and we're doing all, putting it all together and making it look beautiful and we've got the curriculum all set there for to help you out.

[06:54] We've got the courses and we've got people in the back who are, going to answer your questions about this and you're going to take them through this and so like it's amazing what is coming up and that's mostly for people who have not, they have not had any rental experience, any real estate experience. This will be their first short term rental and you don't have to own property to have a short term rental. Remember that you don't have to buy a property. And that's what this whole thing is about is taking that first step and getting your first short term rental. And we're here to help you do that. Okay, now I want to tell you about a video that I have. I'm going to post it on the short term rental revenue of a website so that you guys can get that.

[07:41] That's STR revenue or you can even spell it all the way out with short term rental And on under today's episode number I'm going to have some links that will take you to our belief video, the prosperity process. We did this awesome belief video that just kinda shows you basically what a belief system is and I'm going to touch on it really quickly so that you understand where I'm coming from because this is going to help you change your belief. And that's what this whole episode is about is changing your belief. But when we're born, we have this blank slate, right? And as we start communicating and learning and talking, we are exposed to a bunch of different belief systems and they come from everything. They come from our parents, from our churches and synagogues, from our school system and friends.

[08:41] There are just a bunch of beliefs and the beliefs are about everything. Everything from money to religion to how smart we are or how beautiful we believe we are, but all these beliefs are given to us, right? And we decide to make them true. We make them true for ourselves. And when we do, we just formed these little filing cabinets and in the back of our brain, just picture this big warehouse with all these filing cabinets, right? And every time somebody says, for instance, the way I was growing up we had four girls and our family and I was the oldest and they would always say, Michelle is the smart one. And so literally that became my identity. I always believed I was the smart one, but there was another sister who was the pretty one and she knows who she is. We're not going to say her name, she still thinks she's the pretty one, but she is so on.

[09:46] But the fact is, when you believe that you are one and not the other, like you, you take those identities on. Right? So when my parents said that I was the smart one, what did that make everybody else not nearly as smart, right? So they literally had this belief system that they were less smart than I was and that was not the truth at all. And especially I had one sister, she was the next younger down from me and Oh, I still have her. She's still there. Um, but she could, she was so smart in school that she didn't even have to study. I mean she could just go in and take a test and then walk away and never crack a book. And I was the complete opposite in order to get the good grades in order to do as well as I did in school.

[10:46] I literally had to study all the time, like it did not come easy. It was something I really applied myself towards. But the reason I applied myself so hard and you know, I was so fervent about how I studied was because my parents told me how smart I was. So I believed it and I made it true for me, but we don't realize that when something happens that is the opposite of that. So let's take for instance, okay. So my sister Marie Marie, I was the smart one, so Marie probably felt that she wasn't as smart, but that was not true. But she took on that identity because of the stories that were told. Right. So if somebody later, even in school or something, told her she was smart, that literally did not compute it, did not go and fit into her filing cabinet because she was not the smart one.

[11:44] Michelle, who was the smart one. Right? So anytime somebody told her that she didn't believe it. So has anybody ever looked at you and told you something and you're like, yeah, thanks. But you didn't believe it. Like what they said to you, you just totally didn't believe it because it doesn't, it doesn't line up with what your belief system is. That's why. And if it doesn't necessarily have to be true either because you make your belief system true. So anytime anybody would tell her that she was smart, she would just throw that away. It didn't fit in the filing cabinet and she would just ignore it. So it wasn't a part of who she was or her identity. She didn't allow herself to take that on. But it was the same way for me for long time. Um, I did not believe how pretty I was because my sister, we had one who was the pretty one, right?

[12:41] So everybody always talked about how pretty Sondra was. Sondra was the pretty one, and so that meant the rest of us were not pretty. So when somebody said, yeah, you're prettier, something, I would go, yeah, right. I just, would get this feeling like they're just blowing smoke up my, you know what? Because honestly you just don't believe it. Well, Belief systems are like that in so many ways. And it also applies to everything in your life. Every single flipping thing in your life, you have a belief system built around and that includes money. Okay. Because you have this level of acceptance. Reverend Ike has a saying, or had a saying that said, we receive at the level of acceptance, meaning we believe we deserve, you know so much so you can just put your hands straight out in front of you, and that is the level of your acceptance.

[13:45] That's how much you can get. That's how much you deserve, right? And if somebody now raise your hand a little bit higher. If somebody wants to give you a little bit more, you don't feel like you deserve that. Nope. You got to bring it back down, bring it back down, bring your hand back down to where you deserve it. That's you're deserving level, right? But now bring your hand lower, lower, lower. Guess what happens then? Then you're like, hey man, that's not fair. I deserve more than that. Right? So literally there is a level of belief inside you about how much money you can earn or how much money can come into your life that you deserve. And that's why people who win the lottery when they win the lottery, and within a year, almost all the people lose that money. Somehow they make bad investments.

[14:36] They do all kinds of really weird things with it, but it's gone within a year and the reason why is part of them does not accept the money that has been given to them. They do not believe deep down inside of them that they deserve and you literally you receive at the level of your acceptance. God's answer to you is always yes. He will never say no to you. You will always get what you ask for, but whether you believe you deserve it or not, that is the biggest part of it. You have to raise your level of acceptance and you can test your level of acceptance really easy. You can do it when you go through like a, let's see, even like with a house or something or even with a car. When you're looking at a house for instance, and you're on Zillow and you see a house that you believe that you can fit into your.

[15:35] You are very comfortable looking at it and sometimes you look at a house that's a little bit more expensive and you're like, that's nice. That's a dream house. I could some day maybe get that house right and you'll feel it. You'll feel it inside you that yes, but not now that you know that you can't. No, not right now. It's like somebody just kinda slapping your hand saying no, not yet. That's, you'll feel that when you look at the house and if you see a house that's way beyond your scope, you're like never in my wildest dreams will ever have a house like that. Like you've already made up your mind whether or not you deserve it. It's already there, but it's that way about money too. So let's put it into perspectives. I'm okay. Like Tony Robbins used to talk about, um, your internal heating and cooling system.

[16:28] Okay. So you have inside you and internal heating and cooling system. The heat comes on when you think you deserve more and the cooling system will call you down when you think you have more than you deserve. Okay? So for instance, there's a lot of gentlemen out there who might get a girl and she is, she is a 10, right? She's super smart. She's super pretty and they think to themselves somewhere inside their subconscious, not, not consciously, obviously they would all be very excited to have this woman in their life, right? All men would. But here's the deals somewhere deep inside their subconscious, they don't believe they deserve this woman. So they will do a bunch of stuff. The internal air conditioning comes on, it kicks in and they start self sabotaging. They start not calling. I'm just doing just doing things to sabotage the relationship.

[17:30] And I mean people do it all the time. If you don't believe you deserve something, people will come up with excuses why something happened, but it's literally always because of them. They did it themselves. Nobody wants to admit they did it themselves, but they did. And the opposite is true too. So let's say when you're young and you've worked really hard all through high school and stuff and you're ready to go to college and you're in college. And um, so for instance, when I was young and in college I didn't have all the money that most kids did because my parents didn't have any money and stuff. So we worked like my husband and I, we just had, we had jobs and we had to work our way through school and here's the deal. We had to work, work, work, work, work, work, work, all the time, even while in school.

[18:20] So, when I dropped out of school to finish putting my husband through school, what was really crazy was like sometimes I worked 80, 90 hours a week in different jobs and there was, at one point I had three different jobs and I couldn't even tell you how many hours I put in. But here was the deal. I believed I deserved, you know, to put him through school that if I worked hard enough, I deserve whatever I got. So we had a nice apartment in Chicago, we had to two cars, two very nice cars that were paid for. And I mean we, we worked really hard, but we had everything that we felt we deserved it, but we felt we deserved it because we worked hard. See, So that's a belief. You believe you work hard, you believe you deserve it. So your internal yell, the furnace comes on.

[19:19] And you'll work harder for something when you believe you can work hard to get it. So do you notice like that's funny because you don't know all the beliefs that you have, especially about money, which is why I write about money because there's so many things you have to work hard in order to get money. That's such a lie. I mean, think about. Think about the wealthiest people in the world right now. Do you think they work harder than anyone else? No. It's actually kind of the opposite. If you think about it, the the richer you get, the more wealthy you get, the less hard you have to work, the more your money is working for you. So it's kind of funny because our belief systems we have like you gotta work hard to make money, but that's just a belief system that is not a truth.

[20:07] Now the way you can tell the difference between a truth and a belief is a truth is true all the time. There is never going to be one exception to a truth. So if somebody said you have to work hard for money, you could say, well, look at how hard this landscaper guys working and he's not making any money, not or more money than you know, than the lawyer's house that he's doing. And look at, um, Sir Richard Branson, he's not working hard at all and he makes a lot of money. So right there, you just crushed that whole truth. It's not a truth, it's a belief to get it. So you do that with anything. If, if you can find one example of when that is not true, then it's not a truth, it's just a belief. And that's true for pretty much anything, but when you go to the website, you'll see that belief system, video, you'll get a little bit better idea and hopefully that kind of gave you the, I, you know, the general idea.

[21:13] So you know what I'm talking about. But here's the deal. In order to switch your belief systems, you have to do three things. And I'm finally getting to the point here, right? So it's like, first you have to switch and be aware. So the first thing is Awareness and then there's going to be Adjustment and then then you're going to have Abundance at your level of acceptance. Okay? So the first thing is becoming aware of the beliefs that are holding you back because let's say you do have that belief that you have to work hard in order to get there in order to get the money and in order to be wealthy or whatever. So you you have to work really hard. Well there's only so many hours in the day and if you already have a job and you're doing this and you're doing that, you'll become exhausted rather quickly and it it will seem like you have no time for your family or the things that are really truly important to you and you'll be making these decisions and you'll just be miserable, right?

[22:17] So you have to look at your beliefs and you have to make your beliefs. You balance them to what you want. So you take them and you become aware like, and you do that by setting your goals and saying, this is the person I want to be. How would that person act? So let's just say, I mean because I know a lot of people think that they want money, which is really kind of funny because the more money you make, the more you realize it's really not the money you want. It's the time with the people that you love. It's the fact that your bills are paid easily. It's not really money and cash you think it is, but it's not really that. It's just, it's an easiness and a freedom about life. You want to be able to do what you want to do when you want to do it, with whom you want to do it with.

[23:11] You know what I mean? That's really what it always is about. It's mostly always about freedom and never about money, but when you don't have money, you really think it's about money. But honestly you could be laying on a bed of money and it's not going to do anything for you. It's what you do with the money, right? It's the fact that you want a nice house. Well, you're nice house looks different than somebody else's nice house and basically, you know, when, um, when I was setting goals for a new car years ago, um, I just wrote in my journal that I wanted a car that I could pay cash for and that the insurance would be easily affordable, you know, like here was, it wasn't, it wasn't cash. It was, it was what I wanted. I wanted things to come easily and I wanted it to flow kind of like, you know, Abraham Hicks talks about being in that flow.

[24:07] You just want to be in the flow. You just want to be in the easiness and the freedom where it just comes to you. It's not really the money. So anyways, when you're aware of what you want, it's so much easier to slide into that beingness of what that would feel like. Right? So allow yourself to go and sit and just meditate and be that person. And how would that person think? How would they think about, you know, what they do every day, what would be their activities that they do every day? How would they, how would they think about money? How would they react if they had to go out somewhere? Would they be worried about turning off the lights in the house everywhere and you know, would they be really crappy tippers when they went out? Like, I don't like crappy tippers.

[25:06] You really. To me, I'm like, dude, if you're going to go out, you know it's going to cost you money and you know you're going to have to tip somebody and if you don't want to tip him, then take it home. Take out. Don't, don't go out and somebody is working their butt off there for you serving you and I don't care what your beliefs are about tipping. They're getting paid less than minimum wage so they deserve it. But anyways, slide into that being this slide into that person of who you want to be and then be aware of how you are when you are that person because that's the only way to get there is to, some people think it's like faking it till you make it. That's not really true. You really, you know, it's like being it and then you see it.

[25:56] So what was it? Wayne Dyer had that book, right? You will, you will believe it first and then you'll see it and most people think it's seeing is believing, but it's really the opposite. Believing. Then you'll see, right? So that's what you want to do, become aware, and then once you are aware of the beliefs that are kind of blocking you or working against you, then you're going to make some adjustments. You're going to start tweaking them. So if there is a belief system inside you that says, look, I've got to work hard in order to make my money, then you've got to take a look at that belief and adjuat it to say, well, it's not necessarily working harder, It's working smarter because maybe all the things I'm doing are just busy things and busy things aren't getting me towards, you know, to my goal. They're just being busy.

[26:56] You know, I'm just checking my facebook status and I'm just checking emails and doing a bunch of busy work and none of that is progressing me towards what I really want at the end. That's just being busy and you can be busy all day long, but busy isn't taking you to where you need to be. Right? So it's not about doing more, are working hard. It's about making sure that the things that you are doing are taking you towards the destination that you want and where you want to go. So you make sure that you become aware of what your beliefs are, which ones are working for you, which ones are working against you, and then you adjust them and tweak them and it's all about choices, right? You're going to have to make better choices. So if you ever have a question in your mind about, you know, should I do this or should I do that?

[27:53] I want you to slide into that beingness of where you want to end up the person you are right at the end of that path that you created and the person that they ended that path, what would they do? Would they do this or would they do that? Right? You should know right away and don't tell me, well, I have to do this because that's not necessarily true. You don't have to do anything. You always have at least three choices and I love that. Love that, love that. That was one of the best things I ever learned from Tony Robbins and he taught me that back in the eighties. You always have a minimum of three choices and if you can't see all three choices, you aren't looking hard enough, so make sure that you're very, very aware. Take the step back, take the deep breath, be aware, adjust, make the correct choices and remember, here's the deal to like, correct is kind of a weird word because I don't think, to me, I don't think anybody can make any mistakes.

[29:03] I think. I think everything you do is exactly the way it's supposed to be because what some people think of as mistakes, I think of as a learning experience and I either needed to learn that lesson or I got the result that I wanted. Right. And um, it's, it's never a mistake. There's never really any mistake. It's taking you exactly where you need to go, but sometimes you need to learn those lessons along the way. For instance, when I first started investing after the crash, okay, so before the crash, we had to have properties. We sold a bunch of those properties and after the crash we waited until the market was kind of recovering because we didn't have a plan back then for the, the market coming back up. We never learned anything like that. So we hesitated. Now I know a lot of people made money on the way back up and Kudos to them.

[30:02] I've read a bunch of their books and I was like, Dang Man, I wish I knew how to do that. But I waited and I took courses on how to flip because when, when I was with Kiyosaki, I don't know if you guys know Robert hated flippers back in the day, he used to hold up his fingers, like in an l shape on his forehead and go flippers are losers and sometimes he would hold up his middle finger and then the other finger out like they're effing losers because he really hated flippers. And the reason why he hated them so much was first of all, we knew that a crash was coming so they were not investing very smart because it was a very volatile market. But the second reason two is that they're paying a lot more in taxes because they're paying capital gains tax rather than being a true real estate investor, you know, who holds onto a property minimum of two years and depreciates pretty much everything.

[30:59] So there are smart ways to invest and that was not necessarily his favorite way to invest in real estate. So for a long time I had this um, well imagine because he was one of my first mentors that taught me how to invest when he told me flippers were losers. I mean I had a mental block about flipping houses for a long time, but I eventually, I eventually, my dad and I love to flip houses, we would buy a house and fix it up and flip it. And we made a lot of money doing that. But it took a little while to learn how to do it. And the very first time I tried to wholesale a property, I have gone and taken a bunch of courses on how to do it. And the very first one I did, I lost $8,000 on boots. And it was my fault because I, I didn't do something and I'll probably talk about it in another podcast.

[31:59] Um, well I thought I did everything the correct way, but there was something else I should have done that I didn't do and I lost the money. After awareness comes your adjustment, then you make the adjustment is the choices that you make. And then once you do that, you'll be going towards abundance because abundance will flow. Let me tell you another secret. The more people you serve, the more abundant you will be and you have to serve them not thinking about money, which is kind of weird because focusing on money pretty much just gives out the energy of the lack thereof. And so when you're giving and serving and doing for people and you're in this appreciative mode, it's a totally different vibration and that brings abundance to you. And I know that's going to be so hard for some of you when you're first starting out to understand, but if you are always in the space of serving and always in the space of giving and always in the space of improving people's lives and doing all you can to create value, then the universe just blesses you with money.

[33:21] I mean, it just pours abundance on you. You don't even have to think about it. And Oh, you know what is really great. I'm gonna do like, this is how I digress, but Pam Grout has an amazing book called E squared and if you have not read E squared, you really, really need to because inside that book she has nine experiments and I'm telling you, it is so cool to do these nine experiments. You'll see how you literally have control over the universe around you. And um, I definitely recommend you to get her book and read that. I'm actually, we should start like a little book of the month club thing because I, I read books all the time that I, I mean, most of the books I read now are on audible because I drive and I do so many things and I'm like, uh, well obviously if you listened to my podcast, you can tell I talk a little fast.

[34:19] That's because I listened to everything at a faster speed. I listened to all the podcast that I listened to. I listened to them on 2, you know. So there are two times the regular speed and the majority of books I read are either at one point five. If it's very intricate, I'll listen to it at one point five or one point seven five, and then if it, if there's not a lot of note taking, if it fits more the things that I can hear and I don't have to take notes on, then I can listen to it at two. And I'm like when I drive between my house in Florida and my house in Arizona, that's a really long drive. Like the on the trip back, I got four books done and I started another one. Um, so it's, I love reading books and there's some really great books out there.

[35:04] But Pam Grout's book, 2 squared is something you really have to listen to and it's going to help you adjust your mindset and your belief because that's literally more than half the battle. It's 90 percent, probably 99 point nine, nine, nine, nine percent of what is keeping you and holding you back. Okay? So it's really your beliefs about everything. So this week what I really want you to do is start taking notes and being very, very, very aware of your belief systems and if they're really beliefs or are they really truths and you'll be able to tell like even one person somewhere halfway around the world, if they can do something that you think is a belief that it's not a truth. It's just a belief. You know, if it's something that you say, well that doesn't count, it totally counts. If there's one thing against it, it totally counts like gravity.

[36:07] There's a law of gravity because it really works. But if there was one thing that you could drop and it floated in the air, then gravity would not be a law. It would be like, well, sometimes it is and sometimes it's not right now. Gravity is a law because it's always there in this plane of reality. So you need to find out what's true and what's not true and what is just to believe and then adjust, right? Take it and adjust it. And, you know, I, I know that sometimes, like a lot of these things like money is the root of all evil. It's the love of money that is the root of all evil. But here's the deal. That's, I think that's even taken out of context because, um, well I was a lover of, of um, Reverend Ike and he, the first time, I mean being raised Christian and the first time listening to him when he said, touch yourself and tell yourself you love money.

[37:10] I remember going, oh my goodness, you can't love money, but here's the deal. Money can do so much good. So the thing about wealth is when people desire money and they forget about what it's all about, and that's just what you have to know. You have to know. It's about love, about the people that you love, about the things that you want to do with the people that you love, you know, like going camping and spending time and sharing moments, right? You know, babies are born, people die, people get married, you know, and I mean, there's so much more to life. And when you realize what those things are that they are way more important than you, realize that it's those moments and you'll also realize that giving gives you so much more like your heart fills so much when you do something for someone else and you do so unselfishly, so that money just flows to you.

[38:17] And the more money that flows to you, the more people you can help. So it's really not money that is a bad thing. It would be people who worship it as if it is the beetle and doll. And you just need to know that it's not. It's you know everything else. And then the prosperity flows to your right and your level of acceptance grows and grows and grows because you know that you know, the more money you make, the more people you can help. The more things you can do, the more hospitals that can be built, the more schools that can be built and books that can be donated, wells that can be dug. You know, just all the amazing, amazing things that you can do with wealth. Those are only done through people who are good hearted people who give and give and give, and the more you give, the more you get.

[39:09] Just keep raising the level of acceptance and keep giving and keep loving. And that's what builds your belief. It's kind of like the circle, right? Because the more you do, the more you get, the more you believe, the more you do, the more you get, the more you believe. It's just kind of a cool thing. Okay. So that was this week's podcast. And again, I wanted to thank all of you for listening and subscribing and go to our website so you can get the show notes for this. Um, we're putting more and more giveaways and downloads and pdfs and things that you can do on there. Um, it's taking us a little while. Sorry, cause I was on vacation for a month playing around in Florida. I was doing my podcast when I was there, but I'm picking up properties to picking up like three properties I picked up.

[40:03] I thought I picked up too, but one of them is a dual. So, um, picked up three properties and I think it's just really cool that you can go away for an entire month when you have a business like this. Imagine yourself doing that. I want you tonight to think of all the cool things that you can do when you have a business. All the cool things you're going to do when you have extra money coming in and the first property you get, we'll probably bring in, you know, at least a few hundred dollars a month if not a thousand dollars. So imagine what you can do with that. I mean that's going to pay a car payment or you know, whatever. I mean, think of all the amazing things you could do and then think about multiplying it- The next property and the next property and the next property until you have like $10,000 a month coming in. What could you do if you had $10,000 a month coming in? Right? How many people could you help? What would your life be like? So I want that for you. I really do. And I really want to thank you for staying tuned and listening to my podcast. I appreciate, like I said, all the awesome reviews. Please like us share as find us on Facebook. Join in the fun, you know, start making comments, tell us what you want, we want to hear from you, and then I'll be with you next week. Take care. God bless. Go and Grow

[41:57] Hey, it's Michelle. Are you still listening? Great, because I've got a little secret on Monday. I'm going to post a tiny little short podcast for you about breaking through fear. So if you're interested in learning how to break through some fears, just some simple techniques that I use, then listen on Monday or go to our podcasts and subscribe because there's going to be a short bonus podcasts just for you and breaking through fear. All right? Things God bless. Go and grow.




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