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Welcome to The MIND BODY BUSINESS Show. The three keys to your success is just moments away. Here's your host Brian Kelly.

Brian Kelly:
Welcome, welcome, welcome to The MIND BODY BUSINESS Show. How are you doing this evening? I cannot wait. I cannot wait for you to meet our expert guest tonight. I am so excited. I can't wait for you to see what this man has to offer. And he has many, many, many clues and tidbits and tools and things that you can walk away from and use immediately. And we're going to ask him some pretty amazingly digging questions. You don't want to miss this. He's an amazing guy and we're going to hold off on bringing him on just for a little bit. No that's not an open loop, that's the design of the show. A little bit about MIND BODY BUSINESS - what does that mean? What is that all about? Well really what it comes down to over the course of years, I've noticed patterns develop and those patterns are those of successful people. And I notice that those that are truly, supremely successful have those three key elements all mastered. They've mastered their mind, their mindset, through tools, advanced tools like NLP and hypnosis. One of which we're going to discuss a little bit tonight. I'm excited for that. Body. You must also take care of your body. You need to eat the right foods, the nutrition. Put the right fuel in your body and you need to exercise. The greatest drug on the planet. It's free and it has no ill side effects. It's called, "exercise." I kid you not. And our guest will agree with that when I bring him on and give him the opportunity to say something. And it's about Business. So this show is built for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs and if you have a small business, even if you're a corporate employee, this show will give you some incredible tidbits for going forward, improving your life both personally and professionally. I'm excited. Very excited. And what I've found over the years is one of the key ingredients to success that I often shunned from doing myself, was reading high quality books. High quality books have literally catapulted my success. They've changed my life. I could say I wish I had started them sooner, but I didn't. And one of the things I love doing is listening to Audible books, books on audio so that way, I can take all that extra spare time I used to have in say a car, maybe at the gym when I'm working out, and, instead of listening to music each and every time, put it in a book and that is how I've read through a multitude of books and as a result of that, I bookmarked certain segments of books that I found of interest while I was listening to them and due to the amazing technology we have today, I am able to bring those bookmarks directly to you. So, that's what we're going to do is we're going to segue into a little segment that I call, you guessed it, "Bookmarks."

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Bookmarks. Born to read. Bookmarks. Ready, steady, read. Bookmarks. Brought to you by reachyourpeaklibrary.com.

Brian Kelly:
Yes, reachyourpeaklibrary.com. It's a website that I put together myself. And here here's the caption. Here it is, "The number one reason for lack of success is not simply a lack of reading books, it's the lack of reading the right books." And in my case going back just a few years, it was really the lack of reading anything. I did not read books. I now know I could have been doing and should have been doing. And so over the past couple of years I've put together a collection of books that I personally have vetted. I've read them all. That's around 40 books. Let's move down to where they start. (scrolling through website) And you'll see it just goes on and on and on about 40 books or so. And this was put together solely for you so that you would have a one stop resource to go to that you know that at least somebody at least somebody read this and thought that it had an impact on their life and thinks that it might just do the same for you. Now, you're not me and I'm not you and I get that. And there may be books in here that do absolutely nothing for you. At least there is somebody that listened to it and you have that going for you. So, it's all about efficiency of time doing things quicker, smarter, faster, and getting to those results as success that we all want and deserve. Now, as we scroll down I'm going to speed it up a little bit because the book that we are going to be highlighting tonight is this one. NLP - The New Technology of Achievement by a series of authors. And what we're going to do is play an audio snippet right from the book by the author. One of those authors is going to talk to you so listen intently because a little bit later in the show I'm going to be talking to our expert guest about this very topic. So let's dive right in and go ahead. Have a listen.

Author Reading:
Bandler and Grinder had created a way to model human excellence. They then took that model and found ways to apply it to the lives of all of us. They created step by step programs detailing how talented people think. What they see, what they hear, the feelings they have, and their successful behavior. They found that they could teach this to other people making dramatic changes in their lives. NLP is like software for the brain. It allows you to have the kinds of experiences you want and I'll be trainers and practitioners can teach people to relieve their phobias and traumas in as little as 10 minutes. Help them create positive feelings about themselves. Change lifelong habits. Relieve inner conflicts and change beliefs in less than an hour. Specifically, NLP comprehensive trainer's Tim Hallbom and Suzi Smith...

Brian Kelly:
All right well stop it there. Amazing, very valuable tidbits in just that very short segment. I know our guests would agree. I can actually see him right now. You can't. I have him on a different camera. He's over there and smiling and nodding in full agreement. NLP is...I don't want to say magical, but it really is. It's the science of success. It's a proven science. I am NLP certified as a practitioner. I use it on my clients, with my clients, for my clients and the reason is, is it gets results and it gets them extremely fast. And what you heard just a moment ago, was software for the brain. It's like reprogramming your brain. and it happens very, very quickly. In a matter of 10 minutes or less, you can release phobias. You know there are people that have phobias of say reptiles, snakes and within ten minutes, after going through an NLP process, no more. They can walk up and darn near pet the snake. I kid you not. I've seen it. It's happened and I've actually put it put this into practice. Trauma's. Limiting beliefs. This is the way to reprogram your subconscious brain for the better so you can get success quicker. This is the Mind part of MIND BODY BUSINESS and I can't wait. I'm not going to wait anymore. I'm not going to hold you off anymore because it's time to bring on our guest expert and have a talk about this very topic. Let's get to it.

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It's time for the guest expert spotlight. Savvy. Skillful. Professional. Adept. Trained. Big League. Qualified.

Brian Kelly:
And there he is ladies and gentlemen, (looking toward and pointing) it's Mr. Anthony Gary. He is a very dear friend of mine. In fact, this is a little known fact about Anthony before I tell you about how wonderful he is, besides all that, is he's actually my twin brother. We just got reunited. Not too long ago. And you can tell. Look at the amazing resemblance. (laughing) I mean, it's just unbelievable. And we say that partly in jest, but also, partly in truth because one of the things I noticed, Anthony and I actually do know each other. We're personal friends. I love him like a brother. And I said, "you know what? We're like twins" because we would have the same thoughts at the same time just too many times in a row. And our values are so lockstep. He loves and adores his wife. And I find that quality extremely powerful and endearing. And I have the same quality, I love and adore my wife and she's my "why" for everything I do, my "why." Anyway, I want to let Anthony talk here in a minute so let's let's talk a little bit about Anthony. All of his life he has known that he was different from those around him. Once he got around the right people, he was able to understand why it was different and embrace it. He uses those skills, he has been blessed with to help others reach their goals and change their life for the better. So there's a common theme with everyone that comes on the show. They all love helping others. It is the goal of Anthony's company, it's called, "Digital Strategic Marketing" to have a positive impact on the people they touch. And I kid you not, they do. And a big part of that is because of Anthony's leadership. And before, just one more thing, quickly, I apologize, Anthony, but for those of you watching live, right now, on Facebook Live or YouTube live or many of the other streaming platforms. Seven, we are streaming on seven of them. Wait till the very end. Watch the show all the way through and at the very end, you will have a chance to win a complimentary stay at a five star luxury resort in Mexico. That's for five nights. All compliments of another friend of mine who was on the show a couple of weeks ago from his company called, "PowerTexting.com" and that friend's name is Jason Nast, for those of you wondering. PowerTexting.com. don't go there right now, but write that down. PowerTexting.com. Super powerful tool. OK. Finally, at last, Brian's going to be quiet for a little bit. And ladies and gentlemen, the man, the myth, the legend. Anthony Gary! (laughing) Anthony, how are you doing tonight buddy?

Anthony Gary:
I am fantastic Brian. Happy to be here. Happy to be talking to your tribe and sharing some of the things that helped me wake up in the morning and get started with my day. And keep it moving throughout the day. (laughing) You and I, we always have fun and have great conversations so, this is going to be a good time for all.

Brian Kelly:
And it's that smile that keeps me going because most of our meetings that Anthony and I have, and it's about weekly, almost weekly, are over zoom and that smile just lights up my room here in Southern California. He's in San Diego, right now. I'm up north from there by a bit of a stretch. And I just love this guy through and through. So, Anthony would be OK with you if we just jumped right in and started asking these really hard hitting questions so that our viewers can get the value they came for?

Anthony Gary:
Let's get to it. (laughing)

Brian Kelly:
All right. And by the way, Anthony is in a very warm room at the moment. So if you see him dropping off his head and all it's all good he's just trying to stay comfortable. And we're just going to be talking, two friends. By the way, for those of you watching live, (referring to live streaming platforms) be sure to comment, chat, throw some loves and likes. We will be monitoring those so that you can interact with us and if you have questions, go ahead throw them out there. If you want to say, "hey" to Anthony, please by all means, we would love to have the interaction. So, on the topic of books, Anthony, I think I know the answer to this because I kind of know you, but I'll ask it as if I don't. Does that sound cool? So, would you consider yourself to be an avid reader? First and foremost, and then second, what is one book that really sticks out that really has compelled you? I know there's many, but what's the one that would just come to the front your mind?

Anthony Gary:
Well, let me answer the first part. Being an avid reader, yes. And let me illustrate that. We come from a generation where as a punishment, when you get in trouble, your parents send you to your room. Well, my mom stopped doing that because she would send me to my room and I was going in there to read. And she'd come in there and I'm comfortably laid on the bed, I had a bookcase in my room and just was reading and reading. So, it never was punishment to me and never was a hardship or something or I stroke up to do. I've been reading all my life. I love it. And I highly encourage people to read in some way shape or form. The power it's giving me, the ability it's given me, the communication capabilities, the mind set, everything. A lot of what I have come to be has come through reading so I'm a huge fan of it. And the last book kind of...you touched NLP - The Technology of Achievement. I'm in a part of a book club so actually, technically the last book I finished was called, "Rooster Barn" which is a good book out. I don't know who wrote it right now, but it was a pretty interesting book for our club. But, NLP - The Technology of Achievement, that book itself, if you get a chance to read it, listen to it. It's an amazing kickstart to NLP and we're going to touch a little bit more on that. But that book illustrates something for me, something I kind of heard before, but didn't really grasp it. Throughout my life, people said, "it takes time to learn, things are hard, you got to figure out a lot of the time." This book, along with some other people, communicate with me, let me understand how fast and how powerful our brain is and how powerful this concept is. One of the things that the illustration for me was, when you're young and you touch a fireplace, you touch electrical outlet, you touch your hand to fire, you immediately - most people anyway - immediately learned that that is dangerous, and, again, most people don't do it twice. So if you think about that, that tells you right there, that you have the ability to learn something immediately. That fast. You stick your hand in the fire. It burns you. The heat. You immediately say, "OK, this is hot. I don't have to do it again." So, all this crap about how hard it is and the ability to learn, to me, is pretty much crap. We have the ability to do it. Now, whether we put that ability in action and take steps to it, that's a whole different process. But that ability is there. And that was solidified, for me, going through the NLP book in terms of the exercise they teach you, the things you go through. And, let me tell you this, I actually attended a two day NLP event that Brian put on. And this is my first time experiencing NLP in person. And, again, if you can get it in person, if you find a practitioner and learn from them directly, it is so much more powerful. That energy, that being in person changes it. And we went through some exercises and I eliminated a quick phobia fear I had. Made some huge strides within the next day based on getting rid of that phobia and all that was a tribute to Brian showing me the power of NLP in person and helped me implement it. So just a huge thing and that book is amazing. You got to get to it. (laughing)

Brian Kelly:
I love it. I remember that event vividly. It was called, The Reach Your Peak Summit, the two-day live event I put on a couple of times a year. And Anthony walked in the door as Anthony Gary and you know he's a really nice guy,smiling, a little bit reserved at first and then we went through this one primary process that has the biggest results I usually see from stage. I love taking the audience through that and then so we went through that process, went on break, and then here came this guy through the door and I'm like, "wait, it looks like Anthony, but it's a different guy." And so I said, "Anthony left as himself, Anthony Gary. He came back in as Anthony Gary, version 2.0." He had just released fear the root cause of fear from a subconscious mind and he was like this glowing complete different individual. The resistance was gone. All the resistance that was holding him back in his life up to that point. And he was just this amazing new person. And that's the part that I so deeply love about what I get to do is to help people with the processes like NLP. Again, keep that in mind. This was done from stage. Anthony was one of many in the audience that all got benefit of NLP. It can be done in so many different venues. I've done it on Zoom. I've done it on a phone call where a guy pulled over and parked his car and needed help quick. I took him through more than just fear, releasing - the five major negative emotions. I've done it in my home with an individual using, also, hypnosis. It is an amazing, amazing suite of tools that we have based on, given to us by Richard Bandler and John Grinder who both basically came up with the concept of NLP. They took many things that already existed, refined them and then made them into something better than anyone has ever seen before. So the changes are instant and they're permanent and that's why I love about it and I can talk all night about this but this is about Anthony not about me.

Anthony Gary:
Well, let me add on to that real quick because this is pretty important part. I've been studying NLP and reading about it for a lot of years and trying to learn it because I knew the power of it. I understood it was important and I wanted to learn it to utilize it for personal and business reasons. But the difference was the strides were huge. I made larger strides faster by doing it in person so, I know we're talking about reading and I encourage you to definitely start there. I still read, I do pick up a lot of stuff through it. But if you can get to a hands-on with a practitioner, it will accelerate your strides and that's a part of what we're going to talk about some of the skills necessary to be an entrepreneur and accelerating your process, is accelerating your journey, is one of the skills that I believe a successful entrepreneur needs to have.

Brian Kelly:
Interesting you brought that up. Your next question going to be very on that topic and the beautiful thing is, this is one of the reasons Anthony's business and personal life began to take off. Not just because of the event he went to, it was because he took action. He was an action taker and he showed up. That is why. That is why he has now achieved greater success than he did before because he repeatedly shows up and that is one of the skills that I found to be one of the most valuable was to continue to show up. To what? What are you showing up to? To live seminars and workshops. Like Anthony said, if you do it in person not just NLP, but if you go there and you're sitting there next to a person in front of you, you're talking and establishing a relationship. I've made so many relationships just by showing up that have been phenomenal over the course of years. Friends, joint venture partners, the list goes on and because Anthony is doing just that and he continues to do so, that's why he's seen that success. On that note. So this is the next question ...

Anthony Gary:
I've got to keep adding, Brian. You know me. When you were talking, two things came to mind; one of the purposes of this is to give value. To give some actionable items so one of the things that I try to do my personal model when I go to events functions, webinars, phone calls, any of these things, I've got two goals that are my personal things I want to do. One, I look for, purposely, one nugget. One something that I can take away that's going to help me with my journey. So, I've got an open mind. I've got a mind of actively seeking, I'm not there just passive. I'm not there because the wife dragged me to any of these type of things. If I'm going to spend my time, if I'm going to do that, I'm going to find something that's going to benefit me so, I, on purpose, look for one thing, at least. I usually get more, going, to make sure that I take away one thing that's going to help me on my journey. So, I got an open mind for that. The second thing you kind of elaborated on that, too, is I talk to people. I make sure I introduce myself because, again, a lot of it is - you got to think about this. Generally speaking, at these functions, these events, they have a theme or title and you are there with other like minded people. That's what you want. You want to have people that want to take the same type of journey you're taking now. That want to grow. That want to expand. That want to be better and prove themselves. You're surrounded by other people. Why not say, "hi." Introduce yourself. So those two action items I do at events, seminars, webinars...whenever I can to help me on my journey.

Brian Kelly:
I am so glad. Man! Okay, we're done. The rest of the show is just ... and this is how this goes. We have some...I have a list of questions that I want to ask Anthony, but I don't need to ask them all. It's about providing you guys the value in Anthony's taking us down a very, very cool path. One of the things that he talked about was you know always going there getting - just get one nugget and my mentor taught me a very similar concept that was basically no matter what exercise you are about to embark on whether it's go to a seminar or maybe it's, you going to start writing a book. Maybe it's something that's going to take time, effort, or money, or or all three. What - first, do it with what is the outcome you desire from that activity. I'll never forget this, Anthony. This was amazing. I was at a seminar. I was like a seminar junkie. I just kept going and I went to this one gentleman several times. I found value in it. And, for me, it was just to meet the people. I remember I was sitting there and I got a text from my mentor at that moment while I'm sitting there and he says, "what are you doing?" And I said, "well, I'm down here in Southern California. I'm at this event." And he goes, "what's your outcome?" I'm like ... "Woah!" Sitting there and I'm pondering and I'm like... He goes, "you should just come over here." I was literally five miles, if that, from his house at that time. He says, "hey, you should just come over here." I said, "OK." The next break, I left because I didn't have an outcome. And from that day forward, I always have an outcome in mind. So, as a concrete example, and I don't know if this is one of yours, Anthony, but one of mine going to events, my major outcome is always to meet and talk to the main speaker of that event. That's my outcome and guess what? It seems to happen every single time. (laughing) Every single time when you set that outcome. The other one was talking to people and right there how many people, be honest, I don't like to talk to people. I'm a little bit introvert. (acting shyly) Well here's the amazing thing. Dive into NLP. Learn it. I used to be that way. I know it's hard to tell, I'm kind of an outgoing goofy guy right now (laughing) and I love it because what happened was I learned this one skill - many skills through NLP, but one in particular was how to build rapport instantly. And I just had fun with it. And over time, I ended up realizing, I actually like people a lot. I didn't think I did because I was so shy and introverted. I didn't know what to say. I was uncomfortable. Now that I have this skill, it's like being - not to get religious, I mean I'm Christian, but it's almost like being reborn again in a body, right? It was just opening. It was just freeing, liberating. Now I can just be who I was meant to be and be a social butterfly and have a good time. I talk to everybody now just like Anthony was saying. Excellent tips, Excellent tidbits. So, I may have a guest on what one of those three skills you're going to come up with when I ask you this question. But Anthony, and I really, honestly, from your point of view and only your point of view, Anthony, what would you say are the top three skills (holding up three fingers) needed to be a successful entrepreneur?

Anthony Gary:
Now, that's not fair to limit me to 3 (laughing).

Brian Kelly:
Top three. Top three. (laughing)

Anthony Gary:
Well, I thought about this for a while. And so to come up with three, here's where where I'll start. My number one is have a big dream. I'm trying to put the right words in. But as an entrepreneur, as a person, you've got to step out and you've got to dream things. You've got to look at the person in the mirror and look at that person and say, "you know what? You're a CEO of a company. You're a professional football player. You're a professional model." You're whatever you want to be. You have to have that dream if you don't start there, where do you start? What do you do? I talk - I run a digital marketing agency, so I talk to business owners every day and big, large businesses, small businesses, just different sizes. And I hear, quite often, they're limiting beliefs. They don't have that dream they can do stuff. I got a young lady I'm talking to and she doesn't think she can go to 2 million dollar business. I'm like, "Why? Who told you that you can't? I surely didn't." So, if you don't believe it yourself, if you can't look in that mirror, see it in yourself, you have no where to start. You really have no where to start. You need to start with that dream and you need to start with it as big as it can be. It's got to be a dream that's got to scare you, it's got to be - how can you - have your wildest imaginations if you're not wildly imagining something? Let me give an example. When you're a kid, you've said - we had all kinds of things, "I want to be a policeman, I want to be a fireman, I want to be a football player, I want to be this, I want to be that. Nowhere, as a kid, until you got older and people started telling you, "you couldn't do it" did you stop thinking that. I tried to build a robot- this is in the '70s guys. I took my mom's backyard fence apart, it was a wooden fence. (laughing) I took it apart, I nailed it together and I took her vacuum and I was going to motorize this bad boy. And you know, in the '70s, I was going to build a robot in my backyard. Nobody can tell me I couldn't do it. She did eventually because she beat me up for taking her fence and her vacuum cleaner apart, her type of thing but I had no - there was no boundaries, there was no limitations and so my number one skill, you got to have, you got to start with, is a big dream. If you don't have a big dream, big idea, big goal, somewhere you're going; you have nothing as far as I'm concerned. So, start with that big dream. That's huge. The second one. This is interesting and I'm going...you need to have the ability to communicate. And it's a combination thing. I actually got it written down: fearlessness, confidence, and communication. And I know they're not completely, the same, but limiting me 3 was just too much. I can't do that. I've got to expand. So, again, as entrepreneur, you need fearlessness. You need a compass because you are going to have doubters, now. Haters gonna grab naysayers. People are going to try to tear you down. And the more you start making the growth and move forward, the more people come come attack you. So, have that fearlessness and have the ability to say, "I am going to do this. I don't care what you guys think. This is what I'm going to do." And have the confidence to go out and do it. And if it doesn't work, you make mistakes. You fail. Things happen. That's OK, that's OK. You can learn from your mistakes. Learn from your failures. Pick yourself up, dust yourself off. Keep moving. Have that confidence that you're going to achieve your dream. The people that are in sports, the people that cheat the four minute mile. How many people said, "oh, let's go back to the Columbus days - the world was flat according to everybody. However, they were like, "No, we're going to go prove it." And they kept going and kept going. So keep doing that, keep that confidence. And the third element of that piece is that goes communication. This is one that I wish I knew a little more about this earlier and I learned it later with experience. People generally talk at people. People don't communicate. To me, my definition of communication is that understanding. So, in my life, I've been manager, most of it, guiding different people and have someone do a task and then to come back and look and say you did it wrong or it wasn't right or it doesn't look like what - and I realize, it was partially on me, it was my communication skills. I did not learn and understand until later, that I need - if I want something to happen, if I want someone to help me realize my dream or help them realize their dream, I've got to communicate. I can't talk at them, I can't really talk with them, or just talk to them; I need to communicate. Communication, to me, is the understanding element and that - a part of that is going to be recognizing people's learning skills. Some people you can tell something and they'll get it. Others you've got to show them. Others can see something and get it. So, if you really want to achieve a higher level of success in and in dealing with people, learn how they want to be communicated with and then communicate with them at that level. You'll have much more success. You have much better results. And take that responsibility - part of it's on you to get your message across, because if you don't get your message across and people don't do the things you want them to do or looking for them to do, it might be a communication issue with you. And then the third one, again, kind of goes back - ties back into the books and I kind of say need to grow and become an expert in your field. Whatever your niche is, whatever your market is, become an expert. Be the best at it you can be. In my life, I've had some coaches - I've had great coaches, sports coaches and life coaches and I feel I've been surrounded by incredible people that have helped me to grow. And one of them early in life basically said, "if you're going to do something and do it your best or don't do it at all." (snickers) And I've tried to live by that very well, so when you get me, I try to give all that I have. 100 percent. Some days - I'm injured, another thing, so I don't get best. These are my football playing days, but I remember going out, I'd play with a broken wrist. I've played with a broken ankle. (laughing) I'm going to go out there and you're going to get everything I have. So, become an expert in your field. Give it all. I spend a regular, -we're talking about this reading. I spend a regular amount of time literally, probably an hour every day, reading. Absorbing. I have, and we'll talk about this later, one of the sacrifices I kind of - and it's not even sacrifice, it's an essential step to grow for me. One of the steps I do is, throughout the week, I gather up information and resources. I see all kinds of articles and stuff that relate to my business and I'll kind of compile them in a document for me. Then on Saturday morning, I spend my time, early in the morning, going over those and learning. If there's webinars I've missed, I'll record them and I'll start playing those. If it's articles and content, I'll read those and I'll start understanding. So, every Saturday morning is my education time. My time to improve myself to learn and hone my skills. Very recently, as a matter of fact, we do Facebook ad marketing for clients and Facebook rolled out a new process where they're actually allowing you to have a tab to see what ads other people are doing. Guess what? This just rolled out, basically, in the United States the second of July so guess what this Saturday I'll be doing? I'll be in-depth studying how that works and how I can take that to my advantage and to the advantage of my clients so I can do that. A couple of weeks ago the EU nation rolled out the GDPR, which is some privacy regulations of stuff, and please don't be confused. if got an online website, you're doing business online. You will potentially have exposure to that. I know it's in European nations, right now, but I'm telling you - I know, actually, in California, I just got an article that I'm going to peruse and learn this Saturday. California's got to propose legislation for their own version of it coming out. So, yes it has hit us. You need to be aware. But this is what I do to be on top of my game in my market. I allocate time. I collect the resources. I go over it. I share with others. I chat with other people. I'm a part of various forums and groups and I'm going to be an - I am an expert. I'm going to continue to elevate my game and the benefit to everybody is the better I get - I'm happy to share what I know and have everybody - because it just makes everything better. If I share the information and you grow and you get better and I get an email or a call or a text saying, "hey, I've started studying too. And guess what? I did this." That's just going to warm my heart. And I know Brian feels the same way. We've had multiple conversations. Us helping people. Us learning. Brian, you know he touched on how he started to read stuff and me and Brian share books back and forth. He'll say, "I just read a great book, Anth. - You've got to read it and the synopsis and stuff. So, become an expert. Those are my top three. Start to have a big dream. Have the fearlessness and confidence to go out and strive and reach your dream. Communicate. Make sure you communicate with those along your journey and become an expert in your field. Grow and be the best. And, again, nobody can tell you, you can't be the best. Nobody can tell you that you're not the best. So be it.

Brian Kelly:
Be it. Yes. (laughing) So, we asked for three and I was counting as we went along. And I think I lost kind of around seven. (laughing) And I say that kind of jokingly, but there's a serious note to that. That is Anthony Gary. That is him to his core. He loves to give. He loves to give. He's always giving. You can see the passion in his face as he was going through this. He loves this and he loves helping others. He's learned a lot in his time on this planet and that's the thing with guys like us who are - we're not old. I don't want to say we're old, but we've been on the planet long enough to have quite a bit of life experience and the more life experience one has, I tend to think, that person is even more valuable, not less. When people, like the elderly, - I had this talk with the last guest a week ago. The older you are doesn't mean you're worth less. I think just the opposite. You're worth far more than you were maybe 20 years ag,o to the people, if you utilize and if you spread the wealth, so to speak, and teach others. Gosh, dream big, so that scares you. I was taking notes. (laughing) I love that part. Dream big so that it scares you and that's all talking about getting out of your comfort zone and doing it on a regular basis every single day. (Anthony nodding in agreement) Get out of your comfort zone. Get used to being uncomfortable and you'll see huge things happen. The ability to communicate which also included fearlessness and confidence. All three of those; communication, fearlessness, and confidence. You can improve drastically through the use of NLP, by itself. I kid you not. The fearlessness would be number one because the resistance that we all have. Some of us that used to have, like Anthony. (laughing) That's right. That used to have these things holding them back. You can release them within seven to ten minutes each. So, it's an amazing thing. Communication. Understanding learning skills. This is something - I know Anthony does this every Saturday. He tells me he sets it aside and he does and he's on webinars. Whatever he needs to learn at that moment. Become an expert in the field. And yes I agree, Anthony, you are an expert. Definitely an expert. He's got a team that's Digital Strategic Marketing and it's a phenomenal team. Incredibly talented team, in fact, one of them is actually on chat, Thomas. (referring to live streaming) You might notice that name. (laughing) Thomas Richard Berrier, has been on and giving us some loves. In DC, Milak Vermaak. I can't even pronounce the name, but he waved his hands. (waving) And thanks all for being on and commenting and loving and liking. I appreciate you all. Become an expert in your field. One way is what Anthony - Look, Anthony is a successful entrepreneur. All you have to do, if you're not where you want to be right now, and you see that Anthony has achieved a level of success you aspire to achieve. You have to do just one thing. It's real simple and that is just model Anthony. Model him. Copy him. Follow him. Play this video back again. Take notes. If you're not taking notes already, take notes. Get out that pen and paper. Type it on your notepad if you're on a computer. Take notes. (Referring to live stream) Thumbs up says, Richard Barrier. (laughing) Yes, definitely take notes and follow. That's how I learned it. I hereby give you permission - Brian Kelly gives you permission to copy. That's what model means. It means copy. You know when we're in elementary school, we talked about this last show too. If you're if you're taking a test, Anthony and I would both attest to this, - We're taking a test and if your eyes happen to veer off of your paper and on your partner's paper or your co-student over there and the teacher caught you, what would happen to you, Anthony?

Anthony Gary:
(Laughing) I'll get that ruler.

Brian Kelly:
(Laughing) There you go. Ruler on the back of the hand, the bony part where it hurts like a you know what. So, what did that teach us growing up? Copying was bad and that's cheating, right? That's cheating. That is bad. That's not good. But in all, it just told us copying, period, was not a good thing. And so, then, we became ego driven and say, "I'm not going to copy them. I'm going to do it myself." Right? How many - raise your hand if you're guilty. (raising hand) That's me. I'm raising my hand. Definitely. The key - the key is model success Copy someone. So, if you don't - reach out to them. Connect with them and just grab onto his ankles and don't let go. That's what I did with my mentor and he still has my fingernail imprints (laughing) because I still haven't let go. I will not let go.

Anthony Gary:
Let me share - Let me share a story because I have a lot of mentors, but you know a handful of years ago, my wife has a business. And, again, my background I've been in management. So, I've had a lot of management training, a lot of courses and stuff. So, I understand that the way to get where you want to go find someone is doing what you want do and model them. And so, the approach I had, I've always taken, is when I found someone that has a level of success or going the direction I want to go to, I literally go to them and ask them, "you have what I want. Will you show it to me?" And so, a handful of years ago my wife's business I knew it needed to grow, I need to do some stuff, but I didn't know what it needed to do, specifically. I'm a manager and I've always had a team of people underneath me that perform individual tasks, but I never had to do them. So the marketing side - I basically - and this is the early days of SEO, and I went to an event and there was a speaker. And the speaker, within five minutes of him getting on stage and talking, I knew he knew what he was talking about in terms of SEO and marketing online and stuff like that. So, there were other speakers scheduled, but soon as he finished I immediately ran to him on the side of the stage and basically said, "I need to know what you know. I know you know your stuff. Will you teach me?" And long story short, he agreed to teach me. And immediately started applying the lessons he taught me and BAM! amazing results started to happen and I was like, "wow! this is too easy. Everybody should be doing this." So, I hung my shingle out and said, "I'm in business. I'm gonna do this for clients and for everybody. And literally I have not turned back from that process. Like Brian says, to get my hands on my mentors ankles, I hang onto them. And let me tell you this, because you kind of broad it up, Brian. Everything he has told me to do and I've actually done has worked very well. On occasion, more than I like to admit, I've decided I know more and I've decided to go off on my own tangent and the results have never never would be where I want to be. (laughing) So, I have to honestly say, if you find someone who is going in your direction doing what you want to do. You have the love and access - just go to them. Ask them to show you what they're doing. These type of entrepreneurial people, these type of successful people, they will do that to you as long as you put in your skin in the game. As long as you put effort. As long as you show them you're respecting their knowledge, their, time their effort, and giving, again, 100 percent of the process. I know if I go to my mentor and I'm just slacking off he's not going to care, he's got other things he can go do. But I'm there. He tells me to go do, I go do it. I learn these things and I've had amazing results and it just...it's so much more easier. It's actually fun because someone says try it this way you know they've got the battle scars and they figured out you do it and it works like it's supposed to and you're like, "wow, this is great. So, get that mentor model on. I love sharing them. Me and Brian have a mentorship relationship. We have such a deep relationship you can't even - I don't think you can quite qualify - we're friends, we're mentors, we're family. I try to lookout and keep an eye out on his daughter, make sure she stays out of trouble. (laughing) You know, just...get you a mentor. Find someone who can teach you and help you learn and get some shortcuts. You know, life doesn't have to be hard. You don't have to go through school of hard knocks anymore. You can find a mentor and learn from them and move. Accelerate your progress. Accelerate your journey.

Brian Kelly:
Perfectly said and how does one find a mentor? Well the best way, I've found, is, again, show up. (laughing) So you're investing - Yes, you're investing your time. Two day, a three day, maybe a four day workshop or seminar. You don't have to just pick one blindly. Facebook, you'll see a ton of them out there. If you follow the right circles and just ask friends that you trust that maybe in that area or ask myself or Anthony and say, "do you guys vet this person or this seminar workshop? Do you find it of value?" We of course will help you select ones we feel or give you the best value for your time and your money. They cost money, just so you know, they cost money and so we call that an investment. It's an investment in our future. I've invest - oh my gosh - I need to quantify at some point, tens of thousands of dollars over the years in seminars, advanced courses, training programs, books...you name. It's just a lot and I have this much regret (gesturing "0" symbol with hand) of doing any and all of it. Were some of them bad experiences? Or did I not get enough value or the value I thought I paid for? Absolutely. I'll be transparent. I still have zero regret for doing it because I learned that was one avenue I would not go down again. So it was a valuable learning lesson. There's always something positive to take from every experience and I have to tell you I used to be a negative Nellie, where anything and everything, I would go to the negative side and say, "ah, that was crap. I didn't get anything out of that. That was terrible." I don't do that anymore. I look at the positive and say, just recently I spent several thousand dollars on a marketing team and I didn't get the results I expected or wanted and never once did I hold that against that organization because others were getting those results that I talked to. So, it just happened to be specific to my situation and it wasn't their fault. And we worked together on it to try to remedy it as fast and as hard as we could. We just couldn't. And I don't hold any, any shred of ill will toward that group or organization. Not any. Because they did what they thought - they tried hard. They tried very hard. And I appreciated that. That's a thing you get with Anthony and his group Digital Strategic Marketing. These guys go above and beyond and look here was one of my rules for Anthony coming on and all my guests. They are not allowed to pitch directly. They can't pitch on my show. But this is my show I can pitch on their behalf because I've vetted Anthony. I've worked with Anthony. He's currently working on one of my primary Facebook campaigns and the Uptons are coming in left and right. And because I know him, I know Thomas, I know the third guy whose name is escaping me for some reason right now.

Anthony Gary:
Martin (laughing).

Brian Kelly:
I've met him and I know him and I don't remember his name. That's great isn't it, Brian? Good job there. (laughing) They're a phenomenal team, incredibly brilliant. They know what they're doing and I would say yes if you need any help in getting the word out in marketing get in touch with Anthony. He is an amazing heart-centered, loves to help person. And I can't wait to help him in any way I can to get the word out to promote because I want to see this guy scale so big he needs to get out of his office into a bigger one (laughing) I love it and continue to do so because he has so much to give and that's what it's all about, right, Anthony? It's about serving more people and if we're able to serve more people, then we're doing better on this planet because I know you come from a place of integrity and we need more people like you and I appreciate you. All right. Enough lovefest. So, this is a question I think is pretty heavy. And if you need a moment to figure out the answer to this question, that's OK. There could be many things. You only get one this time. All right? (laughing) What is the number one thing - you do a lot of things, Anthony. You're very busy. You learn constantly. You work tirelessly. I have messaged you late at night. You're still up, you're still working. I see you early in the morning texting, Facebook, whatever, you're always up and doing something. So, something must be really driving you to do all this. So, if you could think of just, remember, one thing; what would you say is the number one thing that motivates you to get up in the morning and do what you do every single day, day in and day out?

Anthony Gary:
That's a tough one. I think I'm going to have to say the love of my life. And when you were talking earlier about something and we were talking about events and stuff. And how much money you've spent. Here's why. I'll elaborate more on why the love of my life, my wife is what motivates me. But here's who she is to me. She supports me going to all these different events. These events take time from different things. Sometimes it takes time from us, our spending on the weekend. I went to your two day event - I had to stay the night, two days out of the house and stuff like that. Things like that. So, she supports that and there is the money issue and she does not balk at that either. She allows me to go out and do these things, she actually pushes a lot harder. Sometimes, like I don't know where I'm going to get funds to go do this and she's like, "you'll just do it. Just go." And so she pushes. So, I wanted to serve that support, that person behind you and I know your wife, Karen, is the same way. That is a huge part of it. And so it's her and what happens is, guys, you know I want to see her smile. I want to see her laugh. I want to have her giggle and do fun stuff and do some of these things she likes to do. And so it's easy to get up and go do these things because I know the end result, you said earlier, know your outcome, know your wife. The end result is I get time I get to see the glow on her. I get to see her laugh. I get to see her giggle. She's a funny gal, at least that's where she says she cracks herself up. (laughing) But it's really all about how I can put that smile on her face. How I can be a part of that. How I can help her do the things she likes to do and have fun. And so, you know, none of these things - having to stay up late at night, having to go long distances, having to read stuff that's not, sometimes, not exciting to me. But part of the task. All part of what makes me - all part of getting her to where she needs to go. Getting her the smile, getting her to be the woman I met and fell in love with and still love to this day and will continue to so and again I'm going encourage you guys. Find your wife. You know it could be it could be otherwise. I mean, Brian limited me to one, but you know...there...I have actually in front of me, on my list here, the love of my life. Then next, my family, my nephew, Thomas, - you know we're partners in this. And I got two other nephews that are part of my life. My mom who I feel is the smartest woman I know, personally. I'm sure there are other women that claim the title they're pretty smart, but I don't know you. But I know my mom is smart. (laughing) I got incredible friends. You know, the list of friends is just too many. And reality of it, again, I'm with Brian on my Christian side. I have been blessed to be surrounded by just good people. All my life I've been surrounded by good people and so they all motivate me, but the one that kick starts my day and gets me out of bed and doing things that I probably (laughing) wouldn't have done anytime, any other way is the love my life, the wife. She really gets. She owns me (laughing)

Brian Kelly:
So just to be clear, are you saying what motivates you is your wife? (laughing)

Anthony Gary:
I know there's some flak in that, but hey...

Brian Kelly:
I loved it because, you know, we're so...we're two peas in a pod. Same thing. I've been through - There's an exercise that I went through. This was by my mentor, oh gosh, I don't know how many years ago it was and it was to find what was your why. To help you determine your why. And you know they play some music and we just start writing whatever came in or ahead and that was it. My wife's name just kept coming up over and over and I knew, I knew without even starting the day's process. (laughing) Rather, I'll go through the process, I'll see if there's something even bigger. I don't know. (laughing) You know? and I've done it several times and same thing. And that doesn't mean that a spouse or significant other has to be your why. You watching or listening to this on the podcast later on. It does not mean that. Everyone has a different why. It doesn't always have to be your significant other. It's your why. Not mine, not Anthony's, it's yours. And that's one of the things we went through during the Reach Your Peak Summit two-day live event. It's very important. It's that important. If you don't have your why, do some research. Grab a book. There's one by a gentleman. (referring to livestream) Marianne, Hey Marianne! How are you doing? I'll put that up while we're yackin'. How's that? Nice. We've got some comments. (showing comments) You can watch and read there, Anthony. So, yeah very true. (laughing) Yeah. My mentor wrote a book believe it or not. It's called The Big Boom. His name drumroll, because I haven't mentioned it yet, is Mel Cutler. Mel Ethan Cutler is the name he goes by and the author of his book, it's called The Big Boom. Yes it's on reachyourpeaklibrary.com. Amazon, Wherever. In there, you can read through the process of finding your why. And that's where I learned how to go find my why was through one of Mel"s live events and it's another life changer. And when you start modeling success what successful people do, what they read. Oh my goodness. Any time I see a Facebook post by Mel of what he's reading, I don't question it. I go and get that book immediately. It's in my Audible library that moment. I kid you not. I don't care what I'm doing. I'll have my phone and I'll go to audible. I'll purchase the book right then and there. So I don't forget. And if I do, I'll just text them later and say, "hey man what was that book again?" (laughing) The last one is no different. The one I'm reading right now is an amazing book and I'm learning a lot from it. From the body aspect, some from the mind as well. Always learning more from a phenomenal individual. Won't go into that one right now, we'll have a mental bookmark segment later. We got some great comments coming in. (referring to comment feed) Richard, thank you, buddy. You've been on for quite a while, since the beginning.

Anthony Gary:
Hey Brian, I think Richard's asking the question. Let me see if I can answer that. I think he's asking what is the intention of the outcome. I'm taking that as a question, Richard, so if you're asking as a question, "why you want to do that and why you kind of look at it knowing your outcome is it'll keep you focused. You can go to any of event and you can hear a bunch of different stuff. You know, I go to events and it's like multiple speakers and each speaker comes up there and they got their own segment and you can get confused. You can say, "that's a good idea and that's a good idea." But if you have a specific outcome, a specific focus you're trying to achieve, that's going to keep you on that path. And it's just...we have too much noise. We get e-mails, we get text, we have phone calls every day, all day and so, I found that I start to, again, accelerate my journey. Accelerate my process by narrowing it down to one thing, one specific outcome, that's something for - so, again, I finding event based on what I want. Let's say, I'm going to an event on on how to do basic messenger. So, I'm going to learn how to use, set up, or capture leads with a Facebook messenger bot. That's my focus. If anybody's talking about anything else, I kind of listen but I'm really honing in on getting my outcome. And, like Brian said, if you're not getting your outcome, you're not seeing it. If it's not there, then why be there? There's other things you can do. There's other places you can be. You can be with a loved one. If I'm not gaining and moving forward, I really want to be with the wife, you know, that's kind of my life. I love hanging out with her. She, like you say, she swears she's funny. So, you know, I want to be there, a part of that. (laughing) But if I'm not going to do that, then I'm over here learning something that's going to give me more of that later. It's going to give me more time to do that part later. So, I hope that's what you're asking. You know, the intent of the outcome and why it's important. It just keeps you focused. It keeps you laser - on target, on point. And that's going to accelerate your results.

Brian Kelly:
Excellent. And Marianne, yes, The Big Boom. (showing website) Here is a picture of it on reachyourpeaklibrary.com. I even wrote a personal note to it. I did for those that, I had one. I said, "This book was written by the most influential mentor of my life, whom, I spent years learning from and eventually became the lead trainer for his company. I would not have achieved the level of success I currently enjoy without Mel"s guidance, leadership, and friendship." And I mean that truly. I can't wait to see him again. I got to spend some time with him about a month or so ago. We got together, had some lunch and just - it was like an energy replenishment to just be with this guy. He's an amazing, amazing, young man. The Big Boom by Mel Cutler. All right. Now, let's get it back to - you know what? We're about three minutes from the top of the hour. If everybody's cool with it. I would like to press on a little bit longer and I know some of you have been hanging on waiting for...how do I get that trip? Well, you know what? Because we're so close to the end of our hour show, I figured let's just do that right now and then I'll ask you one final question before we close. Does that sound good to you, Anthony?

Anthony Gary:
I'm for it, let's do it.

Brian Kelly:
All right, remember, this is for a five day vacation stay at a five star luxury resort in Mexico (showing vacation information) and to enter - It's a contest. It's a drawing. We'll put it that way. You can do it one of two ways; you can either go to what you see on the screen, if you're watching this video. It's reachyourpeakllc.com/vacation. reachyourpeakllc.com/vacation or, if it's easier for you, you can just simply text the word PEAK. That's P-E-A-K, PEAK to the number 661-535-1624. Remember that's text the word PEAK. Doesn't matter, lowercase, uppercase, whatever is best, easiest for you. PEAK to 661-535-1624. I'll be monitoring those as they come. We'll pick a winner. And this is all sponsors you can see in the lower right of that screen by powertexting.com from my good friend Jason Nast. Amazing, amazing system. I do you recommend you go check that out after the show is over. But that is how you enter to win. I'll bring it up one last time before we break off for good, for the evening. But again just text PEAK to 661-535-1624. I sound like one of those commercials that just keep repeating the number. (laughing) I love it. So drum roll. We are coming down to the final question of the evening. This is (laughing) - Yes! Marianne is messaging. (referring to live stream) She said, "I won on the show before. Can't wait to use it." She did win. She won the inaugural trip when Jason himself was on the show. Thank you. Good, good Marianne. Loving your commenting and you're - - I'm trying to think of the right word, what is it? Your participation. Thank you. Thank you. Anthony. This is it, buddy.

Anthony Gary:
You sure? (laughing)

Brian Kelly:
I'm saving the best for last. I know, we could go on literally and make this two to three hours. There is no time limit, but I do -

Anthony Gary:
I'm curious to know what this last question is.

Brian Kelly:
Yes. Yeah, just kind of keeping you hanging and got to have the suspense. (laughing) And this is actually turned out to be one question I've closed the prior two shows on, with my other entrepreneur guests experts. And it's different for every person. There's no wrong answer. It doesn't mean - there is a right answer! Because it's yours. Whatever your answer is, is right because it's for you. How do you, Anthony Gary, define success.

Anthony Gary:
(laughing) That's not the one I was looking for. But I have something for it. My...a lot of people have defined success ahead of me. So, this is my version of it. This is kind of what I think of it and I like to believe it's a little fluid. Well, my definition of success is the progressive realization of a dream and, to me, to translate that into an action statement - When I have the ability to replace an image of my vision board, that means I've achieved that one and I've replaced it with something else new. That's success to me. That's what that means to me.

Brian Kelly:
Wow! I absolutely love that one. Another unique one and, yeah, I'm going to have to compile all of these. These are the biggest questions, the deepest, right? It's really another thing of what drives you? Another thing that motivates you and that's the thing. What if you were to achieve everything you ever wanted in life, Anthony, and there was nothing left to achieve? What would your life be like then? (laughing) Would it be boring? I think it would, yes. If you don't have anything to look forward to, nothing to strive for. There's this word called, "retirement." (laughing) It's not in my vocabulary. I don't believe in it. I don't understand why anybody would want it, when they have so much to give and what is the best feeling in the world? Is when you give something to somebody that utilizes it and improves their life. There's nothing more fulfilling. That is not - notice I didn't say, "and they paid me for it." No, it's about giving someone, imparting your knowledge, your experience, your wisdom. Something you've learned, trained for over the years, that help them. That's my biggest reason for getting up in the morning, besides my wife, is to help others. I love it. I know that's the way you are to, Anthony. We know this from talking so much over the last few years here. It's an amazing thing to be able to give and to help and I just love - I love people like you, Anthony, because well you have to, you're family. My twin brother. We talked about in the opening and that's a phenomenal answer. I mean because now, you've reached a goal - your vision board. You change it to a new one. And when you continue to do that, there's always, always something to look forward to. And that's beautiful. It's amazing. I love that. I'm going to steal that! (laughing) But wait, I'm going to model that.

Anthony Gary:
Yes. (laughing)

Brian Kelly:
I like that little refrain. Yes. All right I was just checking the final messages and here we go one last time to get that wonderful five day vacation stay in Mexico. Five star luxury resort. Simply go to reachyourpeakllc.com/vacation and there's an opt-in form there. Just enter in your information or text the word PEAK P-E-A-K to 661-535-1624 and you will get an automated text immediately following that. You will need to provide your email address. We had some that did not before. To qualify, we need your email address, that's how we get you the information for the winter. We need your email address. I will say one more time. We need your email address and you will be asked to give that to do this texting system. By the way, Both, either way that you go through this, you are utilizing this incredible system called powertexting.com by Jason Nast and his company. All right? Well, that is about it. That is our show for this evening. Anthony, I want to give you - I just want to give you a bear hug (facing screen gesturing bear hug) (laughing) maybe on your head and just give you a big old bear hug. I love you man, I appreciate you. You're my brother. You gave a ton of value, as always. You rocked it. I appreciate you. I have to have you on again, for sure. Thank you. Thank you for coming on.

Anthony Gary:
Thank you for inviting me. Let me share with your tribe. Again, I know your heart and I know you do this from a standpoint of giving so I am happy to be a participant in it and do what I can to help you also.

Brian Kelly:
Thank you so much, brother. And thanks all of you that were watching, listening on Facebook Live. And if you come on later and add comments and you're watching this recording, go ahead and add comments. We'll continue to monitor them and reply to those as well. But for now - and this will be on podcast. It's all over the place, 7 platforms are streaming to multiple pages and groups in Facebook, far more than seven. So, if you are an accomplished entrepreneur, someone that's reached a level of success that others aspire to reach, then reach out to me. I'm looking for more guests to fill slots and just private message me on Facebook. That's the best way to get to me.

Anthony Gary:
Hey Brian, let me throw one last thing out there because, again, this whole idea and the whole part of this is improving our mind and improving our mindset. I know you're putting these episodes on podcasts. So, again put on Facebook, Brian, your Facebook page, your podcast links, so folks can go out there and pick it up. One of the, again, another thing I use, another nugget out there is when I used to have a job where I used to drive 54 miles one way to work. I worked 14 hour days. I made a commitment that during my work days, in my car I only play motivational stuff. So, I was giving myself an education four days a week and then on my days off I play other things in music and all that stuff. But I made a commitment to educate myself, during my work time, during that fifty-four mile one way, each way, drive. So, I did that with podcast, basically an audio book. So, Brian's got these things on podcast. Pick them up, put them in your vehicles, put them on your phone, your iPad, whatever. But I want to throw it out there, Brian, let people know that you got these on podcasts so they can continue the journey.

Brian Kelly:
Excellent. Thank you for that reminder. I did post that one time a week or so ago. I'll repost the link to the podcast so all can actually get that as a resource and listen and learn as they drive. Thank you. That was a great reminder. And this is what we do. We're helping each other all the time. I love it, I love it. All right Marianne says, "good night." (referring to live stream) All, success, you are. Thank you, Marianne, as are you. All right. With that we are actually going to close this show. Thanks again. This has been the MIND BODY BUSINESS SHOW. I'm Brian Kelly. (pointing to his left) That's Anthony Gary. The man. The myth. The legend. Until next week, we will see you next time. So long, now.

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Anthony Gary

All of Anthony's life he has known he is different from those around him. Once he got around the right people, he was able to understand why he is different and embrace it. He uses those skills he has been blessed with to help others reach their goals and change their life for the better. It is the goal of his company to have a positive impact on the people they touch.

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