Episode 27 - Master the Mind, Make the Money

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Angela Anderson owned a busy and successful studio but quickly felt  that the path to success was also the path away from her personal life. Torn, Angela began to evaluate her mindset and how she approached her business challenges. Using the PSYCH-K mindset coaching system that Angela learned directly from the founder she was able to balance her life and eventually transitioned to becoming a certified coach herself.

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Host-Dan:
fitDEGREE is more than just two guys with microphones. It is the studio management software you've been looking for. For more info, reach out to me on our website at www.fitdegree.com, on Instagram at the handle fitDEGREE, or my email dan.berger, that's B-E-R-G-E-R, @fitdegree.com to get the conversation started. All right, now onto the show.

Host-Dan:
Hey there FitFAM, and welcome back to another episode of studio savvy by fitDEGREE. I'm your host on the show, Dan. And I am joined today by my co-host, Nick.

Host-Dan:
Our guest today started as a booming studio fitness owner and eventually made the jump to helping other owners like herself. Angela Anderson owned a busy and successful studio, but quickly felt that the path to success was also the path away from her personal life.

Host-Dan:
Torn, Angela began to evaluate her mindset and how she approached her business challenges. Using the PSYCH-K mindset coaching system that Angela learned directly from the founder, she was able to balance her life and eventually transitioned to becoming a certified coach herself. Today she is going to talk about how to scale your cash flow by making your mind work for you. Welcome to the show, Angela. I'm so glad you could join us today.

Angela Anderson:
Hello Nick and Dan. Thanks for having me.

Host-Dan:
Of course. So you are calling in today from, I'm hoping sunny Colorado because that's better than snowy Colorado.

Angela Anderson:
Yes. For sure. Finally.

Host-Dan:
Awesome. That's what everyone's been saying.

Host-Dan:
All right, so take us back. It's your story. I certainly don't want to tell it for you, nor do I want to tell you where to start. So you take us back to where you feel the best place to begin this story is. We'll bring it up to where we are now and then we'll go from there.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah. So it's been a while since I've told this story, and I don't think many people who know me and follow me have even heard this. So this is going to be exciting for all of us because I forget that this is actually what happened.

Angela Anderson:
A lot of us, I'm speaking directly to fitness business owners, is we got into this business because we experienced a transformation within ourselves. Maybe you lost a hundred pounds, maybe you found your confidence, maybe you found how to empower yourself through fitness. And through that love of the movement and the sweat and just everything that fitness does for us, then we want to share it with others. So a lot of us then go and we make that leap to opening up our own fitness studio.

Angela Anderson:
Well, my work as a former business, a fitness business owner, and now a PSYCH-K facilitator, it's very intertwined, because it was through doing PSYCH-K, meaning working with my mind and my beliefs, I created my success in the health and fitness industry. It was not even on my radar to open up a studio, to even freaking work out until I started working at the PSYCH-K Center International and realizing that I had a really powerful asset, and that asset is right in between my ears.

Angela Anderson:
And I'm not alone. Everybody who's listening to us today, you have a very powerful asset and it sits right in between your ears. Rob Williams, the originator of PSYCH-K, he started teaching me about my mind, about how it works, about how, what beliefs are, what the subconscious is. And I realized that I wanted more out of my life. We can all agree that we ... It's not a bad thing to want more. In fact, it's in our nature to want to grow and evolve and want more. You look at it snowed, right, all winter?

Host-Dan:
Sure.

Angela Anderson:
Right?

Host-Dan:
Yeah.

Angela Anderson:
And now the plants are going to grow, and the rivers are going to flow, and the birds are going to come back. And we're going to have this incredible spring in summer. All the baby calves are in the fields when I drive from the city to. It's beautiful. And that's ... As individuals we are like that as well. We're constantly growing and evolving. He just turned me on to a way to be able to do that. It was through my early sessions, getting sessions directly from Rob and his wife that I then created the fitness business.

Angela Anderson:
It first started with being confident and believing in myself and wanting to do something healthy for myself, something that involves getting out of the house because I was, my kids were like two and four years old, and I just needed a healthy outlet, wanting to feel better about myself, wanting to feel sexy again. All of the reasons why all of our clients come and start taking fitness classes and joining our facility.

Angela Anderson:
Well, I've never owned anything before and run a business like a fitness studio before and been responsible for people. It's not just like owning a grocery store where people come in, and you buy the food, you don't like the way it tastes, you got to suck it up. You can't go and return it now if it's rotten.

Support-Nick:
Right. It's not just transactional.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah. As a fitness business owner, people come in, and if someone collapses, you got to call the ambulance. You have to have your CPR training. You have to make sure your employees are on their A game, that they've got their head on a swivel and they're teaching people.

Host-Dan:
Is there something that happened?

Angela Anderson:
It actually hasn't. Thank gosh.

Host-Dan:
Okay, good. Good.

Support-Nick:
Sounds like you were much more prepared than most for it.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah, yeah, because, and that's the thing, is most of us go under, or we don't even think that we're going to, that we can get bigger or have more success or get out from underneath everything that it is to run a business because we don't believe that we can.

Angela Anderson:
That's where I want to boil it all down to is this work found me. I found this work because of a connection with these internal truths of if like Henry Ford says, "If you believe you can, you're right. If you believe you can't, then you're right."

Angela Anderson:
So to our listeners, whatever is going on with you in your life, in your fitness business with your clients, you, I guarantee, you have a set of beliefs that is either perpetuating the situation, making things worse, or could be making things better.

Support-Nick:
Yeah, based off that very simple, something we've mentioned in other podcasts is just the idea of thoughts are power. Whatever you're putting out there is going to come back around to you. So if you're dreading something, it's just going to be that much worse. If you need something, you're just going to walk into that. I mean, our first office, we just talked about it for about three weeks that we needed to find an office, and we are walking around campus and some guy, literally without getting into the details, was literally handing out free office space. It's like it's moments like that we're like, "We can't make this up. It's incredible. Like what's the next thing we should talk about?" So I [crosstalk 00:07:26]

Angela Anderson:
Yeah. If you didn't believe that you were capable of doing that, you might've seen that opportunity and shut it down.

Support-Nick:
Yes. Yes.

Angela Anderson:
So honestly it was me working in PSYCH-K Center National because I wanted to get out of the house. My kids were a little. I needed something else to do other than change diapers. I wanted to contribute financially. I started learning about my mind and my beliefs and my subconscious. I started getting sessions. And because of the changes in those sessions, three months later, I didn't even know having a fitness business was an option for me. I didn't even know that it existed really. There was a little gym in town and a trainer who was doing things. But I mean, I didn't even have time to go out in my backyard and go on a run.

Host-Dan:
What did that have to do with you?

Angela Anderson:
What's that?

Host-Dan:
You're probably thinking, "Yeah, there's a trainer. What does this have to do with me?"

Angela Anderson:
Exactly. Yeah. And you know, something led me, like with you guys, something led me to her class. I took her Zumba fitness class, Shake Your Money Maker, and afterwards she's like, "You know what? I'm going to be leaving in a few months for ... " It was like some Christmas break or something. "Do you want to sub for me?" And it just snowballed from there and it turned into this incredible thing. But I could have stopped it at any time if I didn't believe that I could do it and if I wasn't in alignment with that. So that's what it is, is you're struggling. Then look at your beliefs and you're in alignment.

Host-Dan:
Awesome. So you went in there. You probably, I'm guessing you enjoyed the class. You certainly wouldn't have started subbing. Did that subbing then turn into getting certified at that same studio full-time, or at least getting on the schedule as an instructor? Where did it go from there?

Angela Anderson:
Yeah. So I started subbing. I went and I got my certifications, CPR, all that stuff. I grew up in a family that was pretty, very responsible and pretty business minded. So I was already aware and I also have a business degree.

Host-Dan:
Well that helps.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah. What I needed to do in order to take my hobby seriously. Because that's another thing about fitness, is maybe you own your studio part-time, or maybe you're up and running and it hasn't quite gotten off the ground. Well, it doesn't matter if you don't have any clients or if you're not breaking even-even. What matters is your mindset around it, and are you treating it like a business.

Angela Anderson:
I was really lucky in that I was doing this belief work at the PSYCH-K Center International. And then I also had a background of what I like to call DNA coded programs that were very supportive of having a business and being able to run a business and earn money.

Host-Dan:
Yeah. I went to a yoga class yesterday, the class I had been going to. I just started like, I don't know, maybe a month and a half going regularly. The person who had been instructing just moved to a different time slot. So it was a totally new instructor. I really liked the class. It was good. But she started doing things in a different order, and I just wasn't as big of a fan as the new instructor. Even though what was odd is I found the actual class, the movements that she had us go through, I liked that more than the previous instructor. But I didn't quite like the ... I don't want to say personality, but I didn't quite resonate, or I wasn't feeling it as much as I was the other instructor. And that left me in a weird spot thinking, "How could I like the class she's teaching more but like her less?" And it's true. It's true. The instructor really does make a difference in the studio fitness.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah. And when you show up to teach a class, there's a million things going on at once, right?

Host-Dan:
Yeah.

Angela Anderson:
Our subconscious mind is brilliant and it just puts many of those things on automatic. If things aren't working for you in any area of your life, in particular we're talking about money and being able to scale and grow, it's probably because you do have a set of programs running on automatic that are really going in the opposite direction of where you want to go.

Angela Anderson:
And for our listeners, what I want to plant in your mind is that you can say positive affirmations till you're blue in the face. You can download fitness programs and do challenges and all the things that we do to have a vibrant studio. But if you don't look at some of those habitual patterns that are going on 24/7, interrupt them and change them and redirect them, then it could, it's going to be very difficult for you to get to where you want to be going. A lot of us find ourselves working constantly.

Angela Anderson:
I've talked to so many studio owners who they never pay themselves. They're doing everything. They're cleaning the toilets. They're teaching a lot of the classes, and they're just running themselves down and that their partners are threatening to leave. You don't have to live like that. There is some crow that we all have to eat in the beginning of our business.

Host-Dan:
That's a new term-

Support-Nick:
It's a good way of putting it. We call it eating dirt, but yeah.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah, you got to put your head down, and it is hard work. But I'm saying that if it continues, that's when you're going to get the injuries, that's when you're going to go bankrupt, that's when you're going to get a divorce, that's when you're going to get resentful and angry. And life isn't about that. It's not about that being your reality. It's about for the most part, figuring out how to be happy and how to connect and how to live. I mean you guys, when you think about what you really want, what is it?

Host-Dan:
Well, right now I think the most honest answer is I don't know, and that's what I'm supposed to figure out. But you got to go do a lot of other-

Support-Nick:
That's [inaudible 00:13:32]

Host-Dan:
You got to go do a lot of things to figure that out. I know. I remember before I actually went to college, I wanted to go to culinary school. I kind of run on the side a little bit like a food Instagram, and I want to now someday go back to culinary school. Maybe I'll get to culinary school and go, "I do not want to cook food for other people a day in my life. This sucks." But I won't know that until I go ahead and try and I go ahead and do it.

Angela Anderson:
But at the end of the day though, what you touched on it, what you didn't say, and I'll just put words to it, is I want to do something that I feel good about. I want to do something where I know is in alignment with my talents and what I want to offer. I want to do something that feels good, that brings me happiness, and whatever that might be, whatever form it might be, traveling, culinary school, podcasting.

Angela Anderson:
At the end of the day, if you're not like that in your business, then what fitness professionals will often we do is, is we go, "Okay, well, I need to go buy this system, or this software, or deal with my website, or you know."

Host-Dan:
Right. One of the big topics that we had mentioned in the intro and we were going to talk about today is using these mindset techniques to start by scaling your cash flow. And you're alluding to the fact that if we can make certain things autopilot and automatic, that'll have great impact on how we're actually going to go about doing these things.

Host-Dan:
What are some, let's call them intro level techniques or actionable takeaways, things people listening to this podcast can do to really get a taste of what it's like to start training their mind and training their subconscious to automatically do the things that will scale their cash flow in their business?

Angela Anderson:
Absolutely. So you have to look at what is going on in your life and what the beliefs are that are supporting and perpetuating that circumstance. Now, a belief simply is an acceptance that something is true or that something exists. When you were a kid, you just got information, you had experiences, and we just, there was no filter. You just took it in as fact. Now, we're coming at things based on those perceptual filters. It's looking at your life. Okay, so let's take one very specific scenario. I'm not making the money I want. Okay?

Support-Nick:
Right.

Host-Dan:
Mm-hmm (affirmative).

Angela Anderson:
Right. Not Making. Okay. So now sit down and think about that. What? Why? What are the beliefs? Well, money is hard to make. You have to work really hard. What is it? Some of those bumper sticker sayings. I'm forgetting which one was, what it was, but life sucks. Then you die.

Host-Dan:
I was thinking life is good, but yeah.

Angela Anderson:
Or you have to work hard for the money. I'm thinking of the ones specific that fitness professionals, that at a lot of us have is like, you have to be some-

Host-Dan:
It's all about the grind or something.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah. Because we think about like what the mentality you have to put on if you want to change your body physique.

Host-Dan:
Oh, do today what others won't so tomorrow you can do what others can't.

Support-Nick:
You can have what others can't, yeah.

Host-Dan:
You can have what others can't. Yeah, one of those.

Angela Anderson:
Mm-hmm (affirmative). Yeah, and even about just pushing and burning out the muscle and getting to that point of fatigue and exhaustion where you can't lift the weight anymore. We're coming in with those sets of beliefs. Then take that and you think, think to yourself, this is where the light bulb has to come on for you in some way is how is this true?

Host-Dan:
People fail to make bumper stickers about rest day because I just don't think that would sell as well. Then when you're pushing to fatigue and exhaustion, it's absolutely important to have a rest day. I'm sure you're about to tell us, you can't do to fatigue or exhaustion 24/7 because then you're only going down.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah. When you know your shit as a fitness professional, you know you're going to ... There's a certain mindset that you need to have in order to even to lift the heavy and that hard and actually kind of like ... I'm someone, like when I go for a massage, put that elbow in there, like freaking go for it.

Host-Dan:
They are not comfortable massages.

Angela Anderson:
And I think we all, we can relate as fitness professionals. We kind of like hurt so good. We like that pain. But if you know your stuff and you've been in the industry for a while, you also know you got to sit and eat.

Support-Nick:
It's so funny you say that.

Angela Anderson:
So it's the same thing with your ... Yeah.

Support-Nick:
Yeah, because often in competitive athletes, it's just all about training, and it's all about for a business, it's all about doing, staying busy. And like that, like you said, that's not where the gains happen. It happens with the recovery. It happens with the time auditing. It happens with the prioritizing. However you want to say, whether it's fitness or business, it happens in the setup and the taking care of and the details versus the broad things that everyone thinks it does.

Host-Dan:
Yeah. The best season of rugby I ever had, I was sleeping nine and a half hours a night because that was all I had to do. I was also eating like four and a half pounds of food a day. So that's probably why I had to sleep nine and a half hours a night. But that was the only season I went entirely injury free, played more games than other season. And it was because the recovery, there was so much recovery time. It was almost like I would have had to try to hurt my body. Although some people would argue that's what rugby is. But that's a digression.

Angela Anderson:
Oh, we had a rugby team when I was in high school. There was even some hardcore girls that were on it. I was like, "Oh my gosh."

Support-Nick:
Girls are the scariest ones. Competitive female athletes are the toughest people you'll ever met.

Host-Dan:
I re-

Angela Anderson:
Like those roller derby girls.

Support-Nick:
Yeah. Yeah.

Host-Dan:
I refereed my first rugby match over the weekend. It was a high school girls match. And I feel ... I can't use the word I want to use here, but I kind of feel like a wussy. I watched two girls on one team. The game was 70 minutes long. Minute 40 in, they both started crying, but they didn't stop playing. They just cried while they played. And I was like, "Are you okay?" And was wiping tears. "Yeah, yeah. Next play." And it just was like, what is ... Can you even say. I was mind blown. I just didn't know what to think. I was like, "The guys I coach in college aren't that tough."

Angela Anderson:
I love it. And I love how they just overwrote it. It's kind of like, and I might get a little woo-woo here, I don't know if our listeners, if you've ever had energy work, oftentimes the person, the practitioner who is doing the session with you can have a runny nose or sneeze or yawn, and it's just processing the stuff that's coming up. Those tears are just a way to just get it out and then they keep going. So, yeah.

Angela Anderson:
So back to what I was saying is you want to look at your current life, you want to look at the beliefs that you have that are supporting that reality, and you would then want to change those beliefs. This is where we can go into ... There's many different ways you can do that.

Angela Anderson:
Some people say meditation. Some people say EFT, which is emotional freedom technique or tapping. You tap on your face. PSYCH-K is a modality. Hypnotherapy is a modality. Some people, there's tons of mindset programs out there. You just have to find what resonates with you.

Angela Anderson:
Sometimes it's a bit of a journey. Unfortunately some people feel like, "I've tried all these things and it hasn't worked." But just like nature doesn't stop growing and changing, just because you have found something that maybe hasn't quite clicked doesn't mean you just stop and give up on yourself.

Host-Dan:
Sure.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah?

Host-Dan:
Yeah.

Angela Anderson:
So yeah, keep going. It's not like, "Oh well, that salad wasn't any good," or, "I had a piece of rotten lettuce in it. I'm never going to eat salad again." Come on. We often try kind of throw the baby out with the bath water with stuff like mindset work.

Angela Anderson:
What I really recommend though, the difference between hokey-pokey, Ouija board type of stuff and modalities that I know really work is that they help you bypass the corpus callosum which is an actual physical part in your brain that it's kind of a centerpiece between your left hemisphere and your right hemisphere of your brain that help you access your left and your right hemisphere of your brain.

Angela Anderson:
Another way of saying that, Nick and Dan is that you, like right now as we're talking, we're in a conscious state. Some people say it's like beta mode with your brain waves. What you want to do is you want to knock yourself down a few notches and get into deeper states, into the subconscious and deeper states, and have that crosstalk going between your left hemisphere and your right hemisphere of your brain.

Angela Anderson:
That's where I say modalities like what I do, PSYCH-K, meditation, hypnotherapy, EFT, are said to do that. In fact, I'll give a resource to our listeners. If you go and you pick up a copy or even check it out of a library. There's a book written by Dr. Bruce Lipton and it's called The Biology of Belief. I love recommending this book to fitness professionals because, holy crap, you've had to pass so many tests that have all the science in it. I know that there's a lot of fitness professionals that really take to the science and how things work. This explains all of the science with your genetics, your DNA codes, and what beliefs and your subconscious have to do with that, and how is creating your life, and then what you do to change things on a very, very practical scientific level. There's a ton of resources there.

Angela Anderson:
Then after you access those states of consciousness, really going into your subconscious mind, that is when you can communicate with your subconscious mind. It's like giving ... It's like a kid in a sandbox. If you can picture. You've got all these kids in a sandbox. Well, a lot of the kids play with the same toys over and over again. That's how we are, is we are getting up, we're doing our morning routines, we're drinking our Bulletproof coffee, we're journaling a little bit, and then it's, the timer goes off and it's time to hit it hard. And we do that over and over again. And then sometime, then we feel like change isn't happening enough, or we're not getting the results that we want.

Angela Anderson:
Well, what you want to do is you want to look at yourself, "Hey, wait a minute. I'm just this kid in the sandbox. I've got all these tools around me." We've got to get your attention. In real life another kid will show up and they have different toys and all the kids are like, "This is exciting." They start playing with different toys. What you want to do in this situation is you want to feed your subconscious mind with something different.

Angela Anderson:
That is when you get to go into what does it feel like, what does it sound like, what does it look like for you to move out of your current reality into what you actually want, and really start getting into that visceral response, that visceral experience of, okay, if I have a belief right now that money is hard to make and I want to move into making money as effort and as easy and effortless, then what does that look like, sound like, and feel like? Like literally does it look like you've got automatic EFT deposits in your bank account? Does it? In what quantities is it? Can you actually see yourself logging into your online banking and being, seeing the ding, ding, ding.

Angela Anderson:
You guys, I remember, oh my gosh, when I set up automatic payments for my studio and I was on a field trip with my son at this like corn maze thing because it was October and it was ...

Host-Dan:
Fall season.

Angela Anderson:
Fall season. Right. Who knows how many kids are peeing in the corn maze? But anyway. I'm like, I'm in there and I got a ding on my phone. And it was PayPal notifying me that someone had signed up for my studio. And that was the most amazing feeling ever. It was the first time it ever happened and I was like, "Oh my God. I'm not working. I'm not in a conversation. They're not handing me their credit card. I'm not trying to do this on my own," which I-

Host-Dan:
It just happened.

Angela Anderson:
It just happened. Which I know your software is what facilitates this process. The people who are listening, you've got to figure out what does that look and feel like and sound like? What is the visceral experience you're going to have when these beliefs and this life that you want is coming true? What's it actually going to be like?

Angela Anderson:
That's where a lot of people get really stuck because they think, "Well, I want to go from making money as hard to making money as easy." But there-

Host-Dan:
But what does that mean?

Angela Anderson:
What does that mean, and they're lost. I even worked with a client yesterday. He'd never had some of these experiences. He was so repressed as a child, so repressed that there ... That's when it's so helpful to work with someone else. And it could even just be an accountability partner who can help guide you to work with someone else to help you, to pull that out of you.

Host-Dan:
Sure. Well, a lot of people just talk therapy is a thing. They can't process things in their own head or talking to no one, but just knowing someone's listening, they'll talk themselves through an entire traumatic experience or problem just by ... It's a way of verbalizing their thoughts, to reconcile their thoughts. It's incredible how so many people just use talk therapy and they don't even realize that's what's going on. Being a good listener is sometimes all it takes for someone else to solve their problems. Not you having the wisest advice in all of the land. Being a good listener.

Support-Nick:
That's what I tell a lot of my friends. I've had a couple of friends in the past three weeks like just say, "I need to talk," and at the end of it I'm like, "I didn't tell you anything. I just regurgitated what you said a couple of times in a couple of different ways until you got your own message. You just needed someone to talk to."

Angela Anderson:
Yeah, totally. In my particular practice it's a little more ... There's definitely a step-by-step process. We use muscle testing. We use muscle testing to get to your subconscious mind to start testing your beliefs. We do pretests basically, which is telling us, okay, where are you at now. Then we go through a process of helping you get into that visceral experience. It's a visual, auditory, kinesthetic process.

Angela Anderson:
Then we do whole brain integration activities, which are wonderful, and they usually ... Because the subconscious mind, it can process millions of bits of information per second compared to your conscious mind, which is only about 40 bits of information per second. It works very, very quickly to integrate. The whole brain integration activity will only usually last about 30 seconds to a minute, a minute and a half.

Angela Anderson:
Then we finish up the session with muscle testing to make sure that your subconscious will ...

Host-Dan:
Got it.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah, we got to the tool box, the sandbox. We gave it the tool. It knows that it exists, and it's now going to start using that as an automatic process instead of the other stuff it was using that wasn't working for you.

Host-Dan:
Interesting.

Support-Nick:
Now is this an only an in-person session? Is it possible to do virtually?

Angela Anderson:
Yeah, totally. In fact, the majority of my clients are online because I live in the middle of nowhere.

Support-Nick:
That's what I figured, yeah.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah. We can work online. The muscle testing can be done online and it's wonderful.

Support-Nick:
Awesome.

Angela Anderson:
Love it.

Host-Dan:
If someone wanted to learn more about this and keep the conversation going with you, what are the steps? Where do they go? Take it away.

Angela Anderson:
Yeah. Go to my website, angelaanderson.life. And if you want more information, I have a media section that has tons of information. My FAQ section is very comprehensive as well. I also have some videos where I've recorded there that you can get more information about it.

Angela Anderson:
If you don't want to hear it directly from me, then just go onto YouTube and put in PSYCH-K, P-S-Y-C-H hyphen K, and you can also get it from other people who are talking about it. You can go to Bruce Lipton and get his book, or you can go to the official PSYCH-K website, which is psych-k.com. That's level one, if you're interested, you want more information.

Angela Anderson:
If you're like, "Oh my God. I've got a million beliefs. I want to start changing them right now. I don't care if you're going to make me cluck like a chicken. I'm ready to get going." Then go to my website and schedule a Be Rich Now Breakthrough session. We'll hop on the phone or my Zoom line and we'll talk about what's going on with you, with your money situation. We'll get clarity around that. We'll get ... figure out what's standing in your way. We're going to design a blueprint for you to get rich. And then of course, if it feels good, we'll talk about if I can help you on what working together with look like.

Host-Dan:
Awesome. Thank you so much Angela.

Angela Anderson:
You're so welcome.

Support-Nick:
Thanks for being on the show. We hope to have you again soon.

Angela Anderson:
Yes. Thank you guys. Take care.

Host-Dan:
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