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. Hi,
[00:21] this is Michelle, the master of money mindset and this is episode number 11 of the short term rental revenue podcast. And in today's podcast we're going to be talking about the seven ways to overcome fear. So I want to thank you for joining me and welcome you if you're new and also thank you for subscribing and all of the reviews that we're getting. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I am super, super grateful. This is a bonus episode, so it's coming out on Monday, which is unusual. Most of our episodes drop on Fridays, but this one's going to come out because it's an extra one. It kind of goes along with the belief system that we did last week and so this one's going to help you with fears because that kind of goes along with belief system and it's very important. I think it's really, really important to get your mindset right.
[01:10] I think it's one of the most important things. Tony Robbins said, 80 percent is mindset and actually I disagree with him. I think it's more like 90. So it's like mostly mindset. The key to success, the pathway to success. So this bonus episode is a remake because I have asthma and I guess the last three episodes that I made, I had a wheezy heavy, heavy breath, so I still have a heavy breath only because I have asthma and I have a son who moved back into our house for a little while while he's between apartments and he brought his cat with him and I am deathly allergic to cats. The cat is cute, but at the same time, it's making me wheeze and so I've been on my inhaler and apparently the person who does the editing for the podcast said, you know what, it's super distracting you.
[02:05] Like "wheeze," But I'm not doing it right now because I just took my inhaler. But I guess apparently my wheezing was very bad through the last three episodes, so I apologize for that. I apologize for the delay in getting these out to you, as a kind of make-it-up-to-you kind of thing. I put a pdf in, um, in a download for you right on our website. So if you go to shorttermrentalrevenue.com/p/fear, you can get this nifty little download, the seven ways to overcome fear and it'll remind you over and over again whenever you're feeling fear, you can just take a look at that, hold it in front of you, post it on the wall. It's going to help you overcome whatever you need to overcome to get through and take the steps and the action that you need to take to get you to the next level.
[02:57] So I apologize again for getting this out late. I guess you wouldn't have liked the wheeziness one with a little whistle, but I, I thought of it when he was describing it to me. All I could think of was toy story. And Mr. Weezy, the penguin from toy story who had like a wheeziness and I'm like, yeah, that's me, man. There's like dust in my lungs and I'm like, wheezy, like Mr. Weezy, I wish I had one of those. But anyway, I'm sorry about that. So now we'll just get going. But I wanted to start today's podcast with a story from the past, a blast from the past, of a time when my husband and I took our kids to Walt Disney World in Florida and we took them to the brand new opening of Blizzard Beach and at Blizzard Beach is a waterpark in Walt Disney World. There was this extremely high waterslide that went almost straight down and it's called Summit Plummet.
[03:58] And Summits Plummet is 150 feet tall. And when you get up there, it goes almost completely straight down - the chute that goes straight down and into the water. Now I have a fear of water but not a fear of heights. And most of the time I'm good in water, if it's got chlorine, I'm great. And pools and water parks and stuff. I have a fear of dark water, like when you're in the ocean and you can't see below you and there might be critters swimming underneath you, like sharks or Barracuda or something that's going to take a bite out of you. That's the only time. I can be on a cruise ship. I love cruising and love being on cruise ships. But um, being in water, like lakes and rivers and stuff, they've always freaked me out since I was little. So I'm not... It's not so much that I was afraid of Summits Plummet, the water. I'm actually, I have no fear of heights. I can stand on the edge of stuff. I mean, and with no problem, I don't have a problem with heights whatsoever, but for some reason that was a, a pretty creepy looking thing. I mean it was, it was very, very intimidating. And my husband, I actually met him at an amusement park when we were very young. We were 16 and, and there was a Marriott's Great America in Gurnee, Illinois, close to our homes. And that's where I met him and he went on a roller coaster with me. He invited me on a rollercoaster ride and he screamed the whole way through. So I immediately fell in love, actually got back on the bus and said I met the man I'm going to marry. Just, you know, I just thought it was so funny how cute he was and adorable because he was so afraid of, you know, this roller coaster. But yet he took me on it. So to this day I, I tease him and I prompt him to do things that I know are going to scare him after more than 30 years of marriage, after about almost 40 years of being together. So we said, um, we, we got there and we looked up and we're going back and forth just kind of egging each other on, "you go on it." "No, you go on it." "No, you go on it." So we got, you know, we went up to the top and when we looked down and both of us, I think we both probably just turned white as sheets. We were just like, okay. It's pretty scary. We're like, ah, now you know, hey, I've got to stay with the kids.
[06:19] Somebody has got to stay with the kids. I mean, we always use the kids as an excuse when we had our, our kids were littler and this was the year that it just came out, so it was pretty much the scariest thing around at that time. So anyway, we, we sat there and teased each other all day until finally, you know, we like that, that's it. We're going to go do this thing. We had somebody watching the kids and we're like, okay, no more excuses. Let's go up to the top. And we got up to the top and I could see he was, he was going to back out. I was like, all right, he's gonna back out. And I was thinking to myself, how in the heck am I going to do this? Because I was scared too and I thought, you know what? I'm not even going to think about this.
[06:57] I'm just going to think about everything else. I mean, obviously nobody has died yet. There's been no ambulances running by. I haven't seen any blood coming down the shoot or anything, so apparently it's very safe. This is just my fear and I need to get through it. So I was like, alright, I'm not gonna, I'm not gonna dwell on it. I'm not going to think about it. So as we were going up the stairs and waiting in the long line to go, you know, every time somebody said something I was just making small talk about anything else but that - I was like, okay, I'm just going to go through the whole thing. So we got up to the top and sure enough Kevin was like, you know, I can't do this. And I said, okay, well I'm going to go. And he's like, really? Yes, I'm going to go.
[07:37] So I got up there and there was a girl who was, you know, right next to the slide and she was telling everybody what to do. So she said, okay ma'am, just sit down. So I sat down and she said, okay, Cross your legs over each other and lean back. And so I did. And then she said, cross your arms on the top of your chest and then just push off. And so I did. I didn't think about what was coming after. I just took the steps that I needed to take in order to get down this slide. Right. I was like, I'm not going to think about what happens. Well, of course, like what? Three seconds after you push off, you think to yourself, holy crap, what did I just do as you're zooming down the slide? And to be real honest with you, that was the one and only time I went down that because I had a bikini on at the time and it was like someone took a large piece of duct tape and put it on your back, you know, straightened it out and got it really stuck good,
[08:36] and then just ripped it off. It felt so bad going down that slide. It hurt so bad that I was like, I'm never doing this again. And I'm sure if I saw my back it would have been bright, bright beet, beet red. But I did it. I went through the whole thing and then eventually Kevin did it too because obviously you can't be one-upped by a woman or your wife. Right? So of course he did it too, but the point is I got through that fear and how did I get through it? That is going to be our point number one way.
[09:09] Number one on the ways of overcoming fear is going to be just breathe through it and do it. So just like I did on the water slide, if you take a deep breath and allow the fear to turn into exhilaration, you can pretty much get through anything because I think there's a moment, and I can't remember which book it was, it had the little fishes jumping from one into the other, but there was a book that said, you know, the difference between fear and exhilaration is just the fact that when you're afraid you hold your breath and when you are excited you breathe through it. Like - this is going to be fun, right? So you can literally be afraid of something and kind of breathe through it. Okay, let's do this. See, just by you know, and try it right now, try it where you are, just take in and think of something kind of scary. Breathe in, hold your breath and you feel that tense? Yeah, it's a little bit tense right now. Breathe, breathe in, and then let it go with, "Haaaa." You see how it almost releases the fear? It does. Breathing through it releases that fear. So if you breathe through it and just do it, you can take those actions, steps, whatever you need to do, right? You don't need to overthink it or over analyze it, you know, just trust the process. And my coach PJ, he always says, trust the process, trust the process. Anytime I have any questions about something, he was like, trust the process. So basically what are you saying is stop overthinking it because overthinking it is just procrastination. You're not going to do it if you keep overthinking it. So just do it. Don't overthink it, don't over processes, just do it. So that's our step number one.
[10:50] Now step number two, this is don't give yourself an easy way out. And what I mean by that is a lot of times not taking action on something because you're afraid is super easy to do. Not every time, not in all situations, obviously, but a lot of times just doing nothing is super simple. You're like, I'm not going to do it, I'm not going to think about it. And it's kind of reminds me of Scarlet O'hara. And she said, you know, I'll think about that tomorrow. Well, thinking about it tomorrow just keeps putting it off and you're not doing it and you're not doing it, but there's really no consequence to not doing it. That's not really doing anything to you except for you're not, you know, achieving your goal because you're not doing it, but you're not really having... there's no bad consequence. There's no nothing to make you do it. So instead, when there's no consequence to you not doing it, then make one, make one up and make it something that you don't like to do. So give yourself a consequence. Something like, you know, donating to the opposing political party that you're in or donating money to a charity that you do not believe in or do not support in any way, shape or form, something that's completely against your being. And if you do that, let's...you know, I'm not gonna say what political party I belong to, but you could probably tell if you've ever been on my facebook page, but whatever party it is, then if you told yourself I'm not going to, if I don't do this by tomorrow at 5:00 PM, then I'm going to have to donate 50 bucks to this and inside you go, "What? I'm not going to donate 50 bucks to that!" And you literally start this internal badgering that's going on between yourself, right? And that self talk will go, "you better get in there and just get this done because I am not going to donate 50 bucks to that organization." And you'll do it. Like, make it something that you don't want to do. Maybe you don't like cleaning and you can say, okay, I'm going to do this by tomorrow. Five PM. Always give yourself a date and the time, right, and say I'm going to get it done by this time or I'm going to scollar all the toilets and you know, in my house and I have five bathrooms in my house so I don't like cleaning toilets. I have people who do that. So that would be something that would make me go, no, I'm not going to do that. You know, even scollaring out the tubs would make me not want to do that because I don't like leaning over tubs and getting in there and scrubbing and scrubbing and then it ruins your shirts and stuff. I don't like doing that. So do something. Make it something that you do not like to do and that way it'll push you to do it. Okay?
[13:42] Number three is get your mindset right now. The whole belief in the mindset thing. We kind of went over it and last week's episode and that's why we're doing the bonus episode because it's all an extension of it, right? Your mindset is everything. How you think about things is how you perceive the world. It's all about your belief system and, you know, what you need to do when you're doing something is you need to get your mind wrapped around it. You need to always speak about your goals as if they're already achieved, as if you've already done them. You've been there, done that, you know. Um, there was a book called "I'm rich beyond my wildest dreams. I am, I am, I am." It was my favorite goal setting book when I was younger and still to this day, I reread it every, every now and then. I used to reread it every year, but then once you reread it, you know, two or three years in a row, then you're like, okay, I got this, I know how to do it. And you make a practice of it all the time. So I have a box where I put these letters and they're basically letters to the universe and you just, you, you make sure that the universe knows that you know, this is exactly what I want. Now, sometimes you don't know exactly what you want, but you know what you really don't want. And that's okay too. Don't worry if it's, if it's that, just think about the next best thing. Try to always keep it positive. Try to always keep it in the present tense, right? And Guard your speech - guard the way you talk about something. So if you say for instance, and "I'm bad with names," if you say I'm bad with names than that, that's basically damning you and you'll never get names right. If you say, I'm working on being better with names all the time, what's your name again? Let me, you know, forgive me for repeating it quite often, I'm getting better at remembering names. That's a much more powerful statement than I'm bad with names because that's just like - first of all, it's just like giving up and second of all, it's a self fulfilling prophecy. You create that for yourself. So when you are getting your mindset right, everything that you speak about should be true and it can be true for you in the future. Kiyosaki, he used to say it's not a lie, it's true. Just hasn't happened yet, so it's true for you in the future, but if you said something like, I'm rich beyond my wildest dreams, I am, I am, I am. That sets an intention in your life, and we're going to talk about that soon too, but that's number three.
[16:21] So number four is reversing the naysayers, and that might be a naysayer inside you or a naysayer inside anyone else. There's always going to be that little voice inside your head that is telling you you're not good enough, that you can't do it. You're not smart enough. You're not young enough. You're not pretty enough. You're not old enough. You're not whatever, right? You're not healthy enough or fit enough or whatever. There's going to be that little naysayer and it just loves to just Yap, Yap, Yap, Yap, Yap. Your ear off all the time. You have to make that voice stop and thank it for, you know, hey, I thank you for your input, but I'm going this way anyway, and just kind of plow over it, plow over it, and then instead of saying, I can't do that, say, I'm practicing doing this, or I'm practicing being this and every day I'm becoming more disciplined about it or I'm becoming more focused about it. Right? Remember that old mantra from Tony Robbins? I'm, well, I don't think it was Tony Robbins. I think it was somebody else who taught him it, but they would go, "Every day in every way, I'm getting better and better!" Do you remember that mantra? That's, that's something that helps shut off that little voice, that little voice in your head, the Naysayer or other naysayers. You need to get the negative out of your life. I mean, there's a reason why most people who have a lot of money, we don't watch TV. We don't watch the news. We don't watch the late night television shows. We keep the negative out of our life and there's a reason why. Because negative has no place. You have so much space in your head and you have to keep the negative out. You have to keep the positive in and the more you do that, the more you resonate on that level and in order to resonate at a higher level, you have to keep yourself at a higher level and it's not always easy. That is the God's honest truth. Everybody knows. It's not always easy. My girlfriend and I we went out last night and there's some things that are going on in my life and I was telling her and I said, man, I got mad and I was swearing and I was doing this, and then she said, okay, what do we have to do? And we tease each other and we're like, get neutral to it. Get neutral to it. It was like, okay, we know what to do. The thing is, it's not that these bad things aren't going to happen to us. It's not that we will ever be able to completely shut things off or shut those negative things off or shut it off around us, but we can surround ourselves with positive and positive mantras and positive rituals that we do. And, by rituals, I don't mean... It doesn't necessarily mean religious rituals, but rituals we set ourselves up for, you know, everyday you get up, you know, um, what's the OPM or RPM, you, you know, you open your eyes, jump out of bed, go to the bathroom and then meditate, opm, and then, um, you know, you might exercise and take the dogs for a walk or whatever it is. Those are your rituals. Brushing your teeth is a ritual. Something you do over and over again. You make those rituals positive. You make them influence your life and you always make them move you forward towards your goals. And those things will keep you moving forward towards your goals. Whereas a naysayer, a negative, all that other stuff, it holds you in a bad vibration. So you really need to get the negative out of your life as soon as possible. Not like it's not ever going to come back, not like nothing bad is ever going to happen again. It will, but you just learn to fight through it and, and fight through it with positive and just overcome it and you know, it's like a cupcake you just covered with frost and it's like, okay, I got that. I've got so much frosting in this bowl. You will never see that negative, right? That ugly old cupcake that was all a mess. You can't even tell once you put the frosting on it. You can't even tell that it was a little bit ugly looking, right? It looks like all the other cupcakes because you frosted it, right? So that's what you're going to do. Okay.
[20:21] And number five is look in the mirror and smile. You got this. Now I love this because Louise Hay, I've always wanted to write for Hay House and Louise Hay. I love her books. I love her wisdom. I've got a bunch of her mantras and cards and interviews. I mean, she was an amazing woman, but she did this thing and she called it "Mirror Work" and everyday she would go in front of a mirror and tell herself that she loved herself. She would say, I love you, and when you first started doing things like that, it's kind of weird. They made fun of it on Saturday Night Live. So some of you might remember that, you know, and Gosh, Darnit, I like you, they're making fun of it. But the point is if you can look in the mirror and say, you know, you got this or just smile at yourself, you wouldn't believe how much better you feel. You don't have to necessarily, unless you want to, do the whole thing where you tell yourself how much you love you or how much you like you and stuff. I recommend that you do that, but I know that a lot of people can't do that. It's a little too woo woo for them. I like woo woo, so I will do it, but at the same time I know it works. Here's something that always works is smiling. You don't even have to look in the mirror, but if you're feeling down and you just smile, you feel so much better. Did you do it just now? I had to just take one second and no matter what you're doing or how you're feeling - force that smile, just smile and you can immediately feel the shift inside you. When you smile, you can immediately feel the feeling of feeling better. So I put little smiley faces and post it notes all over the place just to remind me to smile because that way too, I'm not going to get the little frowny lines on my face, right? But smiling makes you feel better and if you can look in the mirror and smile and when you do that, just give yourself, you know, just kind of a weird, "You got this." You maybe give a thumbs up or whatever. You will feel so good about yourself. It's amazing and I don't know how it works or why it works, the psychology of the whole thing, but honestly just telling yourself that you got this and smiling just lets you know it's all going to be okay, that tomorrow's another day and you can do this. You can get through this. So that will get you through a lot of fear. There's going to be something that says, you know, I can't do this, and you just kind of smile and go, you got this. And like, really I do, you know, it's like, yeah, you could do this. You know, so if ever you've got to go do a speech or something, it's just like doing the Presence and the "Presence" book, taking you know, that position with your hands on your hip, like Wonder Woman and just give yourself a smile. Shoot yourself a smile in the mirror and maybe a wink or nod or something. You will feel so much better and it will work. It's psychology. I don't know why it just does and it works quickly, too.
[23:19] Alright. And number six, raise your limits. Now, everything you want and have always dreamed of is just outside your comfort zone. And that is the truth. You will never find anything inside your comfort zone, is kind of funny. Um, I don't know if any of you know who Lisa Nichols is. She's, oh, she's amazing. I love the Lisa Nichols, and she tells this story about her grandma and she said that her grandpa used to tell her that success and comfortable don't live on the same street, meaning, if you want to be comfortable, you can stay here, but if you want to be successful, you're gonna have to move on. You're going to have to get out of the house and go do something. And that's the truth. You really have to step outside your comfort zone in order for you to achieve anything that's that you want. And you know, you might say, well, that's not true. I'm comfortable in my marriage. But even being, you know, I'm in a 30, what are we, 33 years, 34 years now, in a comfortable marriage. I don't think there's ever a comfortable part of marriage where you should ever sit and feel comfortable. You should always be moving towards being a better spouse or a better parent or a better person. You can't just sit in that comfort or you, you become stagnant right? So you should always be moving towards something bigger because you're always growing and becoming a bigger and better person too. And so is your spouse. So you want to be more supportive or you want to be, you know, maybe do more things together. It doesn't matter if it's a relationship or something you want to do that you're afraid of, you are going to have to move out of the comfort zone. It could be a business. Maybe you've been in business for a long time and you're super comfortable in your office. Guess what? Once you're comfortable, you're business is going to be comfortable. It's going to stay at the same level. It's not going to grow very much. It's not going to get very much bigger because you are comfortable and I'll tell you something. As soon as you move out of your comfort zone and you push yourself to do, be, or have a little bit more, you will find that that's when your business moves. That's when that you know that thermometer just goes "whoop" and everything starts going with it, right? Everything starts moving with it. So raise your limits. Raise your goals, get out of your comfort zone, stretch, grow. It's scary. I know, but do it. Be uncomfortable because the more you get comfortable with being uncomfortable, they say, right. The more you do that, the more you're going to grow, the faster you're going to grow and the faster you're going to get through those fears.
[25:58] And number seven is setting intentions. And I touched on this before, but what is an intention? Um, if you haven't had any woo woo studies, um, and I always say that because people go, well, that's a little woo woo. Yeah, I'm like yes, it is a little woo woo. But if you haven't had any woo woo studies or training, then you need to set your intention means just focusing your thoughts on the outcomes that you want to create. So you're, it's basically what do you intend on things being like, what is your intention for this? And you should always have an intention for everything, for relationships, for your, your money goals, for your business goals, for yourself as a parent or as a student or you know, as a partner.
[26:48] It doesn't matter. Everything that you have, every area of your life, you should have an intention of being. And actually somewhere deep inside you already do, you know the kind of person you are. So if somebody were to drill you on this and they said, what kind of, um, you know, whatever religion you are, what kind of religious person are you? You would say, I'm a person who prays all the time, or maybe you don't pray or I'm a person who goes to, um, to service every weekend. Or maybe you don't, you know exactly who you are, but the point is, who do you want to be? Because you have to set the intention and, and act as the person that you want to be. So let's say you want to be a, you know, million dollar CEO, but you walk into a grocery store and you know, you start yelling at your kids because they can't have this or that because it's way too expensive.
[27:48] Or You yell at your spouse and say, why did you get that one? It's so expensive. If you were the CEO of a million dollar corporation, would that freak you out? Not really. You could probably allow them to have the extra package of whatever, and now I'm not saying go out and spend a whole bunch of money. Right? But here's the idea. If you're holding the vibration that you don't have enough, how are you ever going to have enough? Because whatever intention you hold, whatever vibration you hold, that is the vibration you're putting out and that is more of what you will get back because that is how prayers are answered, with your vibration. That's why you see people talk about holding the attitude of gratitude. If you're constantly sending out a vibration of being grateful, then the universe goes, oh, she's grateful for this. I'm going to send more of that back to her, more things for her to be grateful because she obviously likes being in this.
[28:46] So let's just pretend that God doesn't hear your words. Let's pretend He only hears your vibration. He feels you. Let's pretend. Okay, so just go with me on this. If you are constantly feeling stressed about money or you know that "I don't have enough, I am not enough." If you're holding onto that and that tightness, that's the vibration that God feels coming from you and so He sends you more of that because that's what He would think that you liked. That's pretty much how people with a woo woo concept or the law of attraction feel, that it's... Your prayers are always answered with a yes and it's always like you will always get what you are sending out, but what are you sending out? Make sure you're sending out the right message. Now, like I said, that doesn't mean like let your kids go nuts in the store and buy whatever the heck they want.
[29:48] You obviously become a discipline person. Say, you know what? We can't get this right now only because... What have you done to deserve it? Did you clean your room? Did you do your homework? Did you, you know, if you want that maybe we're going to have to do some chores and save up some money and make them work for it, but honestly don't tell them they can't have it because you can't afford it because, right? Then what are you doing? You're doing those statements again, and what you say is literally what you have. You're damning yourself with that. We can't afford it. You're, you're not watching your words. So watch your words. Set out the intentions that you need to. Okay?
[30:28] Because your brain can't tell the difference either when you're sitting there and meditating and you know, imagining a life of fulfillment and you know, have all these things coming to you and you're feeling the gratitude. So, you know, those are things that I do every morning because that, that, you know, rise, pee, meditates or um, you know, just get up and go and go to the bathroom and then come back and meditate. When you do those things, you can sit there and meditate and just feel what it feels like and breathe that out. Did you feel that? Breathe it out, feel what it feels like to get the things that you want. Feel it like really be there. Close your eyes. See yourself in the place, see how it would be, see what were you would be living, what you were wearing, how you would be acting and interacting with people. When you do that, when you see it, your brain cannot tell the difference between a real memory and the one that you created. When you sit and meditate, so send out those intentions.
[31:37] Send out those vibrations. Sit with yourself every night. You know, write it down on cards and and pieces of paper. Write down what you want all over the place. Constantly remind yourself you can put it on your cell phone so that when you look at it, maybe there's a picture of what you want, right? You heard of dream boards. People create dream boards of the things that they want, but when you set those intentions, don't let any negative vibrations come into that. You always want to send out the vibration of the gratitude of having received it as if it's already there. Because when you send it out like that, it's already on its way. You just have to wait until those vibrations match. Until then, that's when the alignment comes, right? So it's like ordering a pizza and a restaurant. You don't order a pizza and then worried that they're not making your pizza in the back.
[32:30] It's ridiculous. So it's the same way when you set these intentions, it's, this is what I want. And then feel the gratitude of it being on its way. Smell it like the pizza been baked in the back room, right? Smell it. How does it smell? Oh, that smells so good. It's on its way. You know, take those intentions, breathe them in, do the meditations everyday, but always keep yourself in complete and total alignment with your intentions. And um, that vibration, right? So this was a little bit of a taste of how to break through fears. And I bet you, you guys out there have some really great ways to break through fears. I want you to go on our facebook page and underneath this episode, go ahead and tell me what they are, you know, leave us a few lines about what you do, how you do it, um, how it makes you feel, you know, give, be, be, you know, be complicated.
[33:27] Tell us exactly the steps that you take because I'd love to hear it. I'd love to hear how you break through your fears and how this helped you. And again, go to short term rental revenue.com, /p/fear, and you'll be able to download this pdf for free. So that's it. Just take action right? And again, I want to thank you for listening and thank you for subscribing and thank you for the questions and submitting those things and the little messages that you've been sending me. They really are making my day and I really love helping people and I love helping you. So believe me, no questions are too stupid. Please do not be embarrassed and if you don't want to use your name or something and you want to email us, absolutely feel free to do that. I don't know who you are, like, you know, unless you want me to, then I can find out, but if you don't want us to know who you are and you want to send some kind of secret message to us, I don't care how you do it. Just do it. Get the message to us because we'd love to answer your questions and we'd love to help you out and believe me, if you've got a question, there's probably somebody else or at least maybe dozens of people who have the same exact question that you have and they're just afraid to come forward and ask it. So be brave. Come forward. Ask Your questions and let's help everybody out because we want everybody to have a short term rental and that's what breaking through this fear is all about. It's about people being able to take those steps in order to secure their future by having a short term rental that's going to create revenue that comes back over and over again into their pocket every single month and again, short term rental revenue.com forward slash /p/fear to get your free pdf. Listen to and subscribe and I appreciate you so much.
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