Special Guest Expert - Jannette Anderson

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Brian Kelly:
So here's the big question. How are entrepreneurs like us who have been hustling and struggling to make it to success, who seem to make it one step forward, only to fall two steps back? Who are dedicated? Determined. And driven. How do we finally break through and win? That is the question. This podcast will give you the answers. My name is Brian. And this is the mind body. Hello, everyone, and welcome, welcome, welcome to the Mind Body Business Show. Oh, my goodness. We have a dynamo of a guest on tonight, Jeanette Anderson. She's coming on here in just a few minutes, I promise. Real quick, the mind body business show. It is a show that I had developed with you, the entrepreneur of the small business owner in mind, the one that's looking for how to level up to the next step in their business when it comes to success. And what I've done is I've assembled the most successful entrepreneurs I can find across the globe. And tonight our guest is coming from up north in Canada, up north for me. I'm in the United States near Los Angeles, and I just love what I get to do because of the amazing people like Jeanette Anderson who are so willing to share what has made them successful so that you, the audience, the members, the people watching and listening can simply take notes. And then after you've taken those notes is take action on those notes, and then you can start seeing your success levels increase as a result of doing so. That is it. That's what this show is about. It's going to be a lot of fun. We're going to learn a lot about Jeanette tonight, find out what makes her tick, both from in here and from a business sense as well. I cannot wait. I'm very excited. And what I like to say is this show is about what I call the three pillars of success, and that is really part of the namesake of this very show. It's mine, which is every successful person I've ever met or study always to a person had a very positive, powerful, and more most importantly, a flexible mindset.

Brian Kelly:
And to a person, they also took care of their body, whether it was true nutrition or exercise or both. They were always very aware of their body because your mind and body are a team and more importantly, they are your team. And you know, one player that's not in alignment in a team can bring the whole team down. And business business is one of my favorites because it is so multifaceted in business to have a successful one, one must master a variety of skill sets and there are numerous number of skill sets. What does that mean? Skill sets like marketing, team building sales, systematizing leadership. I could go on for a while with this list and to master any one skill set, literally, it takes a long time. It's like being an expert in anything. I think the number is 10000 hours, so it's not much different than mastering a particular skill set. Good news for you is you will not ever have to master all those skill sets. In fact, I don't know if you would have the time being a human being and having the same number of years on these planets as most of us on this planet, these planets. Where did that come from? That was otherworldly, wasn't it? And the thing is, is you won't have to master every one of those, because the beautiful thing is if you master just one. That's right. Just one skill set. And I actually mentioned it as one of the few I just rattled off there. If you mastered this one skill set, then all the others can simply fall in line much simpler, much easier. And if you want to know what that skill set is, just put in the chat or comment. Whatever you're watching from it's Facebook or if it's YouTube or it's OC, I'll do it. Even if you don't type in the chat, it's all right because we do have some platforms that we stream to that do not have that capability of chatting live. And I just like being a tease that one skill set if you master it. At one skill set. It is called leadership because once you've mastered that skill set, all the others can fall into place because now you can lead other individuals who have mastered those skill sets that you have yet to or may never master yourself.

Brian Kelly:
Pretty cool, huh? And that's what that's the kind of way we roll here on this show is offer great tips and advice just like that. Jeannette's going to have way more than I have ever could possibly give you, so I cannot wait to bring her on. And another final, wonderful trait of highly successful people is that to a person, what I've found out is that each and every one of them are avid readers of books. And with that, I like to segway very briefly into a little segment I affectionately call Bookmarks.

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Brian Kelly:
There you see it. Reach your peak library dot com. Real quick word of advice before I move on, I promise really quick is you are going to be hearing about quite a number of valuable resources as we go through this show. It happens every time. That's why I can say that and reach your peak library is no different and it's no exception. What I would implore of you to do is, rather than give in to that urge to go click away and type in a URL somewhere else and look at things and research them as we're talking. Rather than do that, I would implore you to write it down on a notepad. Bring up your favorite note taking application on your computer, your device, your tablet, whatever that happens to be. And then visit the resources after the show is over. Because here's why I say this all the time. And it came from my time being a speaker on stage. And that is the magic happens in the room. And what does that mean? It means I would hate for you to miss that one golden nugget that Jeanette is about to give you because you are off not paying attention. And she said it and you go, What did you just say? That happens in physical stages where someone, you know, you're the you're the speaker. I'm getting to the juice. I see someone get up. They have to go to the restroom. They have that all important phone call and they leave the room like, oh, the worst time ever. So I always pre frame every event with this advice and that is to write everything down and stay in the room, stay present and stay focused. Because like I said, you don't want to miss what Jeanette has for you tonight, and she's going to be here any second. I see her waiting anxiously, chomping at the bit scratch on the screen. Let me in. She's coming in a second rate. Your peak library. It is a resource that I literally had built with you in mind. Why? Because I myself was not an avid reader till the age of 47. That was about ten years ago.

Brian Kelly:
Now you got the math, you can figure it out and wow, what a life changer. So what I began doing was basically recording every book, recording meaning put it in, write it down, books that I had personally read and not only not just any book that I read because I read many, but those had powerful impact on me, either in my business life or my personal life or both. And I began cataloging them. That's a better term for it. And then I had my team build this website so that all you do is click the button. It goes to Amazon. This is not here to make money. I want to be very clear. I mean, any of you that have been an affiliate on Amazon, you should know. And so really literally with that in mind, if you see a book you want to read, you can go anywhere and grab it. Please do just grab it and read it. It doesn't have to be from this website. That is not the purpose of this website is to give you a quick a quick catalog, if you will, of books that, you know, have been invented by at least one other successful entrepreneur. That gives you the probability of it being a good read for you as well. So I'm cool that is that I'm off my soapbox and we are going to bring on another highly successful individual. I've been teasing you about her all the way up until now. It is time to bring her on. Here we go. Are you ready? Jeanette Anderson around the corner. Here she comes.

Announcer:
It's time for the guest expert. Spotlight savvy. Skillful, professional. Adept. Trained. Big league qualified.

Brian Kelly:
And there she is, ladies and gentlemen. Yes, it is the one. It is the only. Jeanette Anderson. Hello, everybody. Welcome to the Jeanette. How are you doing?

Jannette Anderson:
I'm awesome. How are you?

Brian Kelly:
Oh, man, I am excited. I love what I get to do. This is going to be so much fun. You're. You're a ball of energy and a joy to talk to. We were having a chat before the show. This is going to be a big a big hoot, if you will.

Jannette Anderson:
Thank you.

Brian Kelly:
A lot of information to our viewers and listeners. So thank you so much, Jeanette, for volunteering your very, very valuable time to help our viewers in our audience to take it to that next level.

Jannette Anderson:
Truly appreciate it. My pleasure. Truly, I am still stupidly in love with what I do. I've been doing it for nearly 40 years and I love talking, for one thing, giving lots of information and education and getting entrepreneurs to make their next leap. I love it.

Brian Kelly:
I'm already getting excited to hear about your business in depth and we will get to that, I promise everyone who's watching and listening. Real quick, a little housekeeping before we get moving and really dive deep into what makes Jeanette Anderson so incredibly successful. You see the big insider Secrets logo over her left shoulder on the right as you're watching this, if you're watching video, if you're not and you're listening to some podcast. Feel free to come on over to the mind body business. Dotcom. That's with the word the mind body business. Qcom. Scroll down to the bottom and just fill out your information in there and we will do nothing more than let you know in an automated way when we are going live. So you don't miss the next one. Why would you want to come on live? You get to interact with us. If you come on Facebook or YouTube or one of the main venues, then you can also comment and often put those comments up and we you can ask questions. It's a fun way to get involved. That being said, the big insider secrets, they sponsor this very show. It's a very dear friend of mine who runs that company names Jason Nast. And at the end of the show, for everyone who stays with us alive, you have to be honest. There's another reason I just thought of it if to stay with us. Live video, live video. On to the end, we will reveal I will reveal how you can enter to win. Check this out. A five night stay at a five star luxury resort, many to choose from, from all over the world. You could be that winner stick onto the end. That is the big inside secrets in a couple more and we'll move back into Jeanette Anderson and her brilliance. Now, if you're struggling with putting a live show together and maybe it's overwhelming and you want a lot of the processes done for you because you don't want to do all that tech while still enabling you to put on a high quality show that's important and connect with great people like Jeanette Anderson and grow your business all at the same time.

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Jannette Anderson:
I'm ready.

Brian Kelly:
I'll take that, too. I love it. I love it. Jeanette Anderson's title is The Y Whisperer because she is passionate about showing purpose led entrepreneurs how to tap into their why, so that they get that they matter and live like they do. I love this. She shows them how to do the right things at the right time to create success and impact on their terms. She is still stupidly in love with her work after four decades of being a transformational mentor, trainer and international speaker, although her location. Independent lifestyle. Was curtailed for a bit. Oh, my gosh. Like so many of us, she's back on the road. Visiting 33 countries so far allows her to work with clients globally to help them be the difference that only they can be. Ladies and gentlemen, officially, formally and affectionately, I welcome Jeanette Henderson to the show.

Jannette Anderson:
Yay! Hi.

Brian Kelly:
I'm fan. Oh, my.

Jannette Anderson:
Goodness. Happy to officially be here.

Brian Kelly:
And that's the other thing I love about you. I can tell immediately you have a great sense of humor. That was a joke, right? Yeah, exactly, exactly. I love it. So I like to kick things off. Jeanette With kind of digging into what makes you tick and you in general, like every guest that comes on the show and what? Because the first word of this show is mine, the mind body business show. And what I like to find out is in the morning when you get up, what is going on in that beautiful brain of yours? Because as an entrepreneur, we all are faced with arduous tasks, setbacks, other things that, you know, speed bumps, all the things that could keep normal people from moving forward. That is why entrepreneurs, in my humble opinion, aren't normal in a great way because they keep going. What is it for you, Jeanette, when you get up that's going on in your beautiful brain that's keeping you driven, keeping you going every day, day in, day out, week in, week out, month in, month out. What is it for you?

Jannette Anderson:
Oh, there's so many answers to that question. And one of the things that I do, first thing I do is I wake up and my first thought is, thank you. And thinking of something, some gratitude. It's kind of what my consider the thank you is, is the simplest form of prayer. So I wake up and think of something that I'm happy about, something I'm grateful for. Often, quite often, alarmingly, often I wake up thinking about a client or a project I'm working on or something that I want to do that day, or something that I need to do that day. So I wake up thinking a lot about my business because I love what I do, and so I don't often go to sleep thinking about it, but I almost always wake up thinking about it. So that's exciting. I get up, do my morning ambulation or however you say that word and then go up and read with a cup of tea. Because like you said, what you put in your brain really makes a difference. And I love that you recommend those books. I was amused at how many of them I've read as they were scrolling past. Right now I'm reading a lot of Mike McAuliffe's books like The Pumpkin Plan and Fix This Next. I love reading lots of business books. They're fun for me. And so do that and do some journaling. Do a journaling process not every morning, but most every morning that focuses on gratitude. Brags, bold, brags about what's what's working for me? What am I what do I celebrate about me and my life in the world? And what are some of the affirmations that I really want to focus on? So that process helps set the tone for the day. Then I go get busy and do the rest of the day. So that makes a big difference. When I don't do it, the day doesn't go smoothly.

Brian Kelly:
It's so interesting that you say that and I'm thankful of you for doing that. I hear this a lot from successful entrepreneurs. I want to put that in there. So successful entrepreneurs seem to have some kind of rhythm or pattern or something to their day. And I love how you also said you don't do it every single day. I'm the same way. I don't. I don't I'm not good at keeping with patterns. In fact, patterns stumble me. It's the opposite. But what it comes down to is what works for you. And the the other part where you said I could so relate to it happened to me this morning. It happens everywhere. I woke up and I wasn't supposed to wake up yet, but then the thought started coming in. I said, Oh, I got excited of what I had left to do and it wasn't glamorous stuff. I just like you. I love what I get to do and I couldn't go back to sleep. So I just said, That's it, I'm getting up and I'm getting busy and just started the day early. And so I so resonate with that. And it's great that you start with gratitude. That is a big one that I've heard many successful entrepreneurs put that in there. Yeah. So we all get situations in our life and we all have a choice on how we react to them. And so being thankful for things that you might otherwise not be would be a good way to start changing one's attitude. I'm preaching to others not using it because you have this down. What do you think about that, though, in general, as far as you know, we all have. Do you think we all have choices in our lives about how we react to situations, or are we just destined to have all this crap happen to us? What do you think?

Jannette Anderson:
Oh, no. I'm absolutely a big advocate of we are the function of the stories we tell. So I came out of a tremendously adverse childhood. Lots of drama, lots of. Trauma. Lots of issues. Alcoholism, violence. I moved 27 times in the first 29 years of my life and we weren't in witness protection. We should have been a couple of those years. But and I think that a lot of what happens to us, whether you frame it, is it happens to us or for us is really a function of the story that we choose to tell about it, because there's what happens and then there's what we make it mean. And so life is all about the meanings that we apply and we get to choose the meanings. I mean. So many of you have grown up in families where you had the same situation happen, but maybe you and your brother, you and your sister, or you and someone else had a completely different experience of it. Well, how come the same thing happened? You had the same parents, you had the same whatever circumstance was. It's the story we told about it that makes all the difference. So it's never too late to tell a better story. I think that's a function of getting older and wiser is we start to recognize and lose some attachment to the stories that we have because those stories service, they they help us. They protect us as children. We make up those stories and apply that meaning as a way to stay safe. And so at the time, it made a lot of sense. Now it typically just gets in the way of us being who we want to be. So, yeah, I'm a big proponent of tell a better story because we're making it all up anyways.

Brian Kelly:
That is so wonderful. You know what's coming, don't you, Jeanette? That was. That was. Too awesome. Oh, yeah. Smart bombs, knowledge, bombs, bombs of wisdom all being dropped by the one and only Jeanette Anderson already. We just barely got started.

Jannette Anderson:
I love that.

Brian Kelly:
It's never too late to tell a better story. I mean, I like this. I've taught this from stage very similar. It's like you can either let your circumstances dictate your attitude or you can let your attitude dictate your circumstances. We all have a choice. Now, look, circumstances are always going to happen to us, you know, negative things, bad things. And it's is it okay to be upset about it and deal with it at that moment? Jeanette, are you okay with that?

Jannette Anderson:
Absolutely. Welcome to being a human being. And part of part of the joy and challenge of being a human being is that we have a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual components to us. And I think that too much of our society, whether it's telling men that they shouldn't cry or women they shouldn't cry or whatever, shuts down that component of who we are. And that just distances us from a huge part of our knowing. Like we we get information on every level, but not if we're not connected to that level. You know, I was I was very young. I had a lot of medical issues. I was in the hospital a lot and I was in the hospital for some operation. I can't remember. I was maybe two or three, maybe four, and I was in the pre room, the prep room or whatever in a bed and I remember the bars on the side of the bed and I was terrified and there was a little boy in the bed next to me crying his heart out. He was so scared and he was just sobbing and some well-meaning bless or pointy head and nurse came by and said to him, Look at this brave little girl. She's not crying. You should be like her now. I don't know about him, but I've done a lot of therapy over that one little comment because that was the beginning of shutting down. Like, it's not okay to have emotions, it's not okay to be scared, it's not okay to express ourselves. And then we wonder how come we get scared to be seen, to be heard, to go out there, to put ourselves out there in the world? Well, because we heard some version of Be Quiet, Don't be seen, don't be too big. Who do you think you are? Some variation on those themes, and especially when it comes to expression of our humanity, especially in the form of emotions. So hell no, that's got to go. Anything that shuts down who we are and how we are expressed just takes us further away from being who we authentically are. So yeah, I'm pretty adamant that that is really important. And as entrepreneurs, as business people, you know, I've heard a lot of people say, well, you know, there's no crying in the boardroom. That's just not true. And it's part of what's creating the toxicity in environments. Whether you're a solopreneur in a large corporation, human beings need to be human beings and they need to be okay to be human beings. So the more we can bring the authenticity of all of who we are to the workplace, to our businesses, to how we show up in the world, the more real we're going to get, the more connected and the more effective.

Brian Kelly:
A man.

Jannette Anderson:
Why did you think I was from the South?

Brian Kelly:
I'm dead. This is. This is phenomenal. So a lot of people will come on and say, well, you're not telling me how to be successful in business. Yes, she is. It's not it's less about the mechanics of business. It's more about the mindset behind it. And that's why I love the mind aspect part of life, not just the show, not just business, but life. And the thing is, is yes, I always tell people, yes, get pissed off, get angry, and then get over it. That's the one thing successful entrepreneurs do better than others that aren't successful. And that is they do express their emotions, but they get over it as fast as they possibly can. Now, everyone's different on that regard as well. Do it as quick as you possibly can. You know, once you've let out the the fumes of anger or despair, whatever that emotion happens to be, and then move on to letting your attitude dictate your circumstances once again and say, I'm going to be grateful.

Jannette Anderson:
Well, and really, part of it is you can also use that power, because not all all it is is power that's directed in a particular direction. So how do you harness that and turn it into excitement? How do you take that anxiousness or that that frustration and turn it into creativity? How do we transform that into something that's powerful and effective for us? Because it's not about stuffing it, it's about utilizing it, it's about embracing it. And the faster we embrace it and embrace our humanity, the faster it is to not necessarily get over it, but move through it to the freedom on the other side and to where there's some space to go to choose again to go, okay, I'm out of reaction now what? Now what do I choose? Who do I choose to be? What do I choose to do so that I can have what I want to have?

Brian Kelly:
That was a perfect way of saying not to get over it, but to get through it. I mean, that just said a lot right there because if we say get over it, we're kind of discounting or trying to that it ever happened, but it happened. If we get through it, we've succeeded. We've punched through the barrier and we've learned from it in some way, shape or form. And that's that's what I find intriguing about successful entrepreneurs such as yourself, Jeanette Is that is the key, is learning from anything that is not pleasant, whether it be a negative emotion, whether it be a small failure in your business, you learn from it. Next time you'll have a better way, a better way of dealing with it, no matter what that is. And that just keeps you growing and moving forward. I just I'm getting goose bumps. I love entrepreneurship and everything has to do with it because it's just anti robot, it's anti human. So you're saying it. We're being there's a movement to magnetize a lot of us globally, unfortunately in ways you were just saying, you know, don't don't show emotion if you're a man and even a woman are not in the boardroom. No. You know, if you're in the boardroom, that is a place to do it. You're in a private place with other people, but you're not on camera. If you're on camera, it just depends. Is your client base there? There's appropriate times for everything, but it's okay to have emotion and express it. And I think that's what you're saying.

Jannette Anderson:
Yeah, absolutely. And you know, just on that note, because there's some people here who might have this question around, well, how much is it okay to express, especially publicly or with our clients or whatever? I got to tell you, almost every well, every post I've ever done in my Facebook group or other places, that is me being real, raw and authentic, which typically includes crying and so forth, are the ones that get the most posts. Now what I do recommend is that you need to be standing on the shoulders of whatever that is that you're dealing with or have been through it and processed it a bit. You can still feel the raw emotions, but you don't want to be in a situation where your clients feel like they need to rescue you. You do want to be in a position of strength and we can be in our vulnerability and be strong. We can be real and authentic and still be coming from that position of authority and strength. So it's not about putting on masks, it is about being okay with being period, with being, because when we're okay with that, then people don't get twisty and sideways and think they have to come rescue us and all that other nonsense. So it's okay to be real, just be really grounded and being all of who you are.

Brian Kelly:
So many. These are golden nuggets, ladies and gentlemen. I'm not kidding. Be real, raw and authentic and in a position of strength, because that is the kind of person that is more successful than those that are trying to basically mask over it and be something that they're not like by not being real, by trying to be something they're not, or at least masking what they don't want others to know about them. The thing is, yeah, you want to be careful about it and you want to be in a position of strength. I love how you coined that, Jeanette and you just the more you are authentic and real, the more people will relate to and the more quickly they will be apt to do business with you because, oh, she's like human. I love that about her. I can relate with her. My gosh, if she can become successful being a human, that's the way I look at myself. I guess I can do the same thing to Jeanette. Let's get on a call. Let's see what. You can do for me. That's how, in a nutshell, that's the what do you call those for Dummies books version of it.

Jannette Anderson:
Yeah, exactly. Exactly. And I think especially if you're a coach or trainer or consultant or a person who's a leader, if you're a leader, then we have to model permission for being who we want to be. And and the best way to lead is by example. And if you're busy telling people to show up and don't be afraid to shine and don't be afraid to be who you are and you're wearing a mask and being full of bullshit. Then, then there's a misalignment. It's out of integrity. You know, in this online expert Preneur World that many of us are in, we've all seen and been at events and seen the speakers and the gurus who are one thing on stage and entirely different when they get off stage and who are standing in front of their Maserati and they're in their marketing and can't pay payroll because they're robbing Peter to pay Paul. So I really, really like my my not so hidden agenda is to actually reinvent the patriarchy, which is not to say patriarchy has nothing to do with men, has everything to do with the system that really isn't. Working. There's a lot of parts to it that are not working. And one of the best ways to do that is reinvent how we do business in a much more authentic, collaborative, co-creative, honest way, less manipulation or no manipulation to really start saying, how do we be effective? But doing it in a different way, rather than coming with all sorts of masks and stories and manipulations and so forth, like, I think we're just all tired of that. Can't we just show up, be together, share expertise, help one another, and make a difference by being the difference that only you can be here? And sometimes I say that and people say, Oh, that's very naive. And it's like, Well, that's why we're screwed up as we are, because you think that's naive. So get a grip, let's get a different system and let's get it working.

Brian Kelly:
Nice. I knew I was going to like you. I knew it. So. Oh, my gosh. So many great words of wisdom. Be authentic collaboration. It's interesting because marketing is always this. It's like real estate. What worked ten years ago. It's now in the tank ten years later and then it comes back up ten years from then, it could be completely different. What works? One thing that has always worked that I've never heard anyone dispute. You can dispute it if you want, though, in case. You know, fact. Is relationship building as part of your marketing, it should be your primary. But a lot of people went away from that, especially with the advent of the Internet and automation and mass emails. And it worked for a while. It did, but the real estate market turned and it's not working anymore. Not nearly like it used to. And the thing is, people are becoming more astute and privy and they know what's going on and it's going right back to the core. Build a an authentic relationship with an individual and be someone who has a servant attitude willing to give information without asking for money every 5 seconds. Know, Oh, I can tell you, but my time is valuable. Like, no, I don't. I don't buy any of that. It's okay if you do. If others do, I'm okay with that. It's just it doesn't work today as well as it might have in the past. Have you noticed that?

Jannette Anderson:
Well, yes. So I agree. And I don't agree and I don't agree mostly because of the things that are not said in that in that comment or that equation. So, yes, I absolutely think that it's about being connected human to human. What I what I think a lot of people, especially a lot of women struggle with when they hear the word relationship selling, for example, they think what that means is that I need to just talk to you and be your friend. And it becomes about approval rather than adding value. It becomes about you got to like me versus I need to be valuable to you or I need to be of support. And that stops them from actually being effective in getting clear on how do we engage, how do I support you and and how can I serve you? Because I can't serve you until I sell. Unless if you're a client, if it's in business. And and so if relationship marketing sounds to people and it sometimes does or it gets interpreted as an implement it as a I'm just going to give and give and talk and socialize and chat and hope some day. Maybe you might buy from me that not so much. That doesn't work. If if the point is, you know, because and I also say to people look a relationship is when someone phones me up and says, hey, do you want to go to the movies this weekend? That to me is a relationship that's different than what I do with my clients. It's different than what I do with prospects. It's different. Now, that doesn't mean I don't have a relationship with them, but that's not how I think of it. And I think sometimes people conflate those and they think, Oh, I've got to get this person to like me and and they're not going to invite you to their birthday party, but they might invite you to help them with their business, or they might help you invite you to support them in their relationship or whatever it is that you do. That's a valuable relationship. So, yes, I agree. As long as people are hearing relationship in the context of not yes, you want to know, like and trust the people you work with. But there's a big difference between that and I'm just going to hang out and keep sending you a bunch of random stuff as a way to avoid actually getting into relationship by selling something to you so we can so I can help you further and deeper. That would.

Brian Kelly:
Be the. Phenomenal clarification, and I appreciate that. And that comes from your background of working with women, which I only became knowledgeable of after stalking you and figuring out what you did and studying you before you came on the show. And with that, it's a perfect time to segway if you're okay with it into what it is you do like specifically. You know you are a business coach.

Jannette Anderson:
Yeah.

Brian Kelly:
And what I would like you to let others know and reveal to them if you're okay with this is who you cater to. Is it one on one entrepreneurs? Is it any stay at home moms? Is it stay at home dads? Is it corporations? What is your target market, in other words, and what exactly do you do for them? And if you have a success story, please also divulge that.

Jannette Anderson:
All right. And first of all, I want to say I so appreciate, Brian, the amount of work you put in to your shows because you do stock people, find out about them, do research, really do go above and beyond that a lot of shows and. In stages and people don't care. That's the kind of relationship investment that makes a difference in terms of how people engage with you and that that is contributing to the relationship in a significant way. So thank you for doing all that work. I appreciate it. So to tell you a little bit about what I love and what I do is, you know, as Brian said at the beginning in my introduction, my stand in the world is I want you to get that you matter and live like you do. And why that's so important to me, of course, is because for my whole life I wanted to matter and didn't. I wanted to get on the list, never mind the top of the list. I just wanted to get on the damn list. And and so I spent a lifetime working to be okay to do things that helped me survive. I'll tell you more about that in a little bit. But also, really, 35 years of my life is personal development facilitation, teaching coaches, how to be coaches and the inner game. So really supporting people and figuring out how to get the four inches between their ears. Working with a specialization in 40 years of business, startup and turnaround. So my specialty is getting four inches between your ears, working so your business can work and getting your heart involved in that as well. And, and so how I describe it, how I kind of describe what I do is, yes, I want you to get that you matter and live like you do. So I want you to translate that passion, that purpose, that why you do what you do into something that you get paid for. I'm a big stand for the and not the either or so profit and purpose making a meaningful difference and a magnificent living. No more of this either or crap. And and so really a lot of that has been my my grounding for a long time in really supporting entrepreneurs.

Jannette Anderson:
Also, I came from a very entrepreneurial background as part of my survival. Again, I'll tell you about that in a little bit, but a big part of what I really care about and where my business is kind of shifted to. I've had four iterations of my business, mostly in marketing. I've had an event planning firm, I've had a marketing agency, I've, I've done consulting and training in the field, etc. on strategy, marketing and sales mostly I work now with I call my savvy, successful spinners. So they are women who have been in business for a while and they they just cannot seem to figure out how come I'm working so damn hard and not getting as far as I should be. And so a lot of that is because they're doing the wrong things at the wrong stages. And where that came from, that focus, because it wasn't always this way. I used to predominantly work in male dominated fields is that I got a download about 11 years ago, ten years ago in a meditation, and I literally wrote out 11 pages in my journal. It was about audacity and it was about this mindset and and community and movement. And it was this inspiring thing with the mission statement of shifting the world from fear to love one happy woman at a time. It was really inspiring and I read the 11 pages and I closed the book and I went, Oh God, universe, whoever this is from, you got the wrong person. And I hung up the phone because it just didn't make any sense to me. And I kept getting the knock and I pick up the phone and I'm like, No, I don't even like women go away. Or I, you know, like, Oh, you got the wrong person. I'm not the right leader for this. Or, Oh, it's so been done. There's so many groups for women. Back then there was like four, now there's 4 million, right? So for about eight years, because I'm a stubborn wench, I resisted and I didn't step in and I dabbled and I kind of launched Audacity, but not really until finally, one day after, you know, repeated requests from the universe to do this, I finally got fed up and very graciously surrendered and said, Fine, fuck off, leave me alone, I'll do it.

Jannette Anderson:
And stepped in. And as soon as I stepped in, as soon as I committed, then I was like, Oh, okay, now, now I get why women? Why now and why me? So little, little tip there. When you commit and take action, you get clarity. If you wait till you get clarity, chances are good you're never going to take action. Action comes from clarity comes from action, not the other way around. So I finally, after all that resistance got clear of why women, why now and why me? And that's a bigger, longer conversation. Part of that is the whole reinventing the patriarchy. Part of it is just really related to my story in my origin. When I was like I mentioned, I had a very tumultuous childhood with lots of drama and trauma and challenges and poverty and so forth. And I. Really books became so crucial to me. They were my sanctuary and I wanted the book. Heidi I was almost five years old. I wanted the book, Heidi really badly. And I begged my mom for it and begged her and begged her and begged her. It was kind of my my safe place. And I, as only a very persistent, annoying child, can I begged her and begged her and begged her. And finally, one day she turned around and said, No, we can't afford it. I was shocked. I was so shocked. But not by her yelling at me, but by the look on her face. I can still remember to this day because I don't remember much of my childhood, but I can remember in every fiber of my being. The look of shame and despair and anger and sadness that she had from having to say no to something that small. That significant, but that's small. And there was some part of that five year old that decided right then that I wasn't ever going to see that look on another person's face. Not mine, not hers, not anyone else's. That it was really important for us to learn and figure out how to be able to say yes. Yes to what we want, yes to who we want to be, yes to ourselves.

Jannette Anderson:
And and so that kind of became a quest of of that inner pursuit, but also the external pursuit. And so as only children, because children don't complicate the crap out of things. So the other side of that epiphany was, I heard you. No problem, no money. Solution, get money. I wanted the book. I've just got to get money. So that's when I had my first business. So I had seen some neighbors. We lived in a housing tenement, saw these neighbors have a garage sale a while before. And so one day when Mom was off at work, she worked several jobs. Someone was probably supposed to be watching me. It was 1964. So, you know, a little laxer and especially in my household, I dragged everything I could out of the house small knickknacks, small appliances, some of my toys, my mom's brand new, beautiful fuchsia dress that still had the tags on it. And I had a gross. I priced everything I would like. I said, I came out of the womb entrepreneurial and so I could count really before I could do much of anything else. And so I priced everything. I had a garage sale and I was so proud. At the end of the day, Mom came home. I went running up to her, Mom, look, look, I got $13.72. I still remember to this day how much it was, and that was a lot of money, especially back then. She was really shocked, like, where did all this come from? So I told her I had a business and I was so proud. I thought that that would be what she was. I that's not quite how that turned out. Right. So, you know, I got I got a different reaction than I was expecting. She was not happy that I had sold some of our knickknacks and small furniture and so forth and so on. So I got spanked. She took my money. I had to go back around the housing tenement and buy back what I could. I got back most of the stuff from the ADLs, but of course the kids wouldn't sell me back my toys, so I lost most of my toys and I didn't get the book, at least not initially.

Jannette Anderson:
So many people might say that's not a very successful business venture. However, I learned some really important lessons from that. One is don't go into business with family. I'm kind of kidding.

Brian Kelly:
Really.

Jannette Anderson:
So that was one lesson. But the second lesson and the really important one was you can actually take your destiny into your hands and solve problems by being entrepreneurial. Had I not had a partner, I'd have been able to buy the damn book. And so I really did see that there is a power behind. If you have a problem, you can solve it when you get busy on a solution. And especially if that solution is entrepreneurial, then there's lots of of empowerment in that. And then of course, the third thing that I took away was that that aha. That epiphany around not wanting to see that look on anyone else's face. So the path to that was to take control of my own destiny was to take the power back into my own hands. And so that's what I'm really passionate about supporting women with. So this is answering your question of who do I serve? I serve women who really want to not have that experience of having to say no and who do want to really stand in their power in the value that they provide and be valued for it. And the reason for women, because I know I feel for you guys like I love men and I feel for you guys because everything is about women these days. And and the reason for it is we need to learn how to truly partner with men to make our world more effective. And we can't do that when we can't partner with each other and when we can't stand in our own power. We can't meet you and support you in the way that's going to make a difference in how we do the world when we are busy being less than in any way, shape or form. So part of why I think the Dalai Lama said Western women will change the world is because we need to step up. We've got a voice. We need to step into that power, step into our economic freedom, start creating the world we want, especially through our businesses, so that we can show up and partner with men and really make things far more effective and equitable for everyone. This is by no means a I don't work with women because I don't like what men. I work with women because I love men and I want us to be better able to support and partner with them. And so we got to get our poop together first.

Brian Kelly:
That is no pun intended. Another bomb dropping moment.

Jannette Anderson:
So so in answer to your question, I work with women getting their businesses growing and helping them. By the way, and a few good men. I have been clients because I just can't resist. But really, that is why I really love supporting women and stepping up and out and so that we can bring different perspectives to how we do what we do. And I think it's really valuable and important. And women really struggle with a lot of things that systemically are not the same for men and, and like, like being willing to be seen and heard. Like how we find our voice. How do we do that with with conviction and passion versus stridency and proving and pushing like those kinds of things. So, so what I really work with them on is I call it the three whys and what the internal game of business. But also why do you do what you do? You know, and coming back to what you asked me earlier about what gets me out of bed in the morning, it's by why it's that. It's those stories that I just told you about why I do what I do, because I really want people to get that they matter because I'm getting that. And in the supporting you, the more you get it, the more I get it, the more that all transforms. So my why gets me out of bed in the morning. And most days there's days I have to turn the volume back up on it. Let's get real. There's other days where nothing gets me out of bed in the morning. And so why do you do what you do? Why do people need you versus the millions of others who can do what you do, especially in this global marketplace? Now, like, really, why you what's the value that you add? And by the way, don't please don't ever answer that question with a list of your modalities and or your accreditations because no one gives a shit about that. That doesn't actually that's not why we pick you. We pick you because we resonate with your why. We pick you because you have the right solution to what we need.

Jannette Anderson:
We pick you because there's a connection. We pick you for a bunch of reasons, but your credentials and your modalities and your methodologies are typically at the bottom of the list. So please don't lead with those. And why do I need what you have? And this is something that most businesses and especially most entrepreneurs really struggle with. They talk about what they do, not why they do it. They talk about what they do as in the features of it. They don't answer the question that most people are asking, which is What does what you do do for me? When people say, What do you do? Please don't ever answer that question again in the future. Just don't stop it. Answer the question they're really asking, which is What does what you do do for me? They don't care what you do. They care about what it will do for them. So answer that question instead, and you're going to get them leaning in instead of glazing over and politely smiling or just walking away. So why do they need you? Why do they need what you have? And and can you talk about that from a perspective of benefits and what's in it for them versus feature, feature? Feature. Most entrepreneurs think they have good copy, but really all they've got is a bunch of of feature dumps. And and then what is it that you do? So how do you package price, position your expertise in a way that is compelling and is clear? Again, most experienced entrepreneurs think they've got those things down and most of them don't. But really, the biggest challenge and what I help people with the most, I kind of call it industry rehab. And what I mean by that is in this online expert preneur world that most of us are living in now. There's a lot of people who have invested a lot of money and time and heart and effort in buying this program or that solution or this coach. And they have what I call shelf help, shame. They've bought the program, put it on the shelf, and now they just feel bad because the gap between what they know and what they're doing is wider.

Jannette Anderson:
I actually think our gurus in this industry are taking more people out of entrepreneurship than we're putting in. And frankly, it pisses me off a lot because this one is selling this piece of the profit plane. They're selling the wing of a Cessna and that one's selling the engine of a 747. And they're all promising to help you build your profit plane, this thing that will take you off and make you $1,000,000 in a weekend. And by and large, it's BS because no, you're not going to do a seven figure launch your first time out. No, you're not going to write your book in the weekend. And no, you're not going to make $1,000,000 from your first event. Like, I'm sorry, someone's got to tell you the truth, but they're selling you all these pieces of the profit plane. But the problem is those things work at the top of the mountain where they are. When you have a list of 40 or 50,000, you've got infrastructure and you've got team and you've got cashflow and you've got the influence that you need to be able to be on stages and sell and so forth. But they're selling the solutions to the people at the bottom of the mountain are on their way up the mountain who don't have that in place. And then they feel bad because they think that they're incompetent or incapable and they're not. It's just the wrong solution at the wrong time. And not only do they not have a schematic for you, by the way, this is my soapbox. Let's look out because I'm on a rant here. So they not only are buying all these disparate pieces, they don't have a picture or schematic of the plane they want to build for them because some people want to fly or they want to just have a nice, easy little side hustle. And some people want a 747 because they want to take an entire tribe with them or build a movement or something. You got to know what kind of plane you want to build and get the schematics, i.e. a good business model for you to put that together before you can be successful in building your profit plane.

Jannette Anderson:
But the one number one thing you need to be successful at that is you've got to have what I call your revenue runway. If you don't have a runway for a plane to take off, off and land on, guess what? It crashes. And I have soybeans. I have I have run for many of these entrepreneurs. There's 50,020 5000 high end programs. And I have seen hundreds of people invest in those things. But they don't have a revenue runway. They don't have the foundation they need. They aren't clear on their three whys and what they don't know who their right client is. They don't own the value they provide, and they don't have clarity about how they're going to get their customers up the mountain. So until those things are in place, don't build a plane. Until you have a runway in place. Then know what kind of plane you want to build, then get the right plan to be able to put that together. And then you can use some of those pieces that you bought because some of them fit you and some don't. Some are part of the cookie cutter solution that the gurus are selling. That, by the way, like you said, Brian earlier, worked ten years ago, doesn't work now. You know what people be used to be able to do launches and launch with a list of 4000. Now if you have 40,020 JV partners, maybe you can get the same ROI. So I think it's really important for people to understand who they are, what their style is, what kind of business they want to build and build the business around your life, not your life around your business. Because when you approach it from that cookie cutter solution, you're going to build your life around your business and you're not going to be happy. And neither, by the way, is your family and your loved ones, because the business comes first in that scenario. So build the life you want, then create the business that supports that. So that's my rant about what's wrong with our industry and what we need to change and fix. So stop buying those programs for the love of God.

Jannette Anderson:
Build a revenue runway. Put your credit card well, put your credit cards away. Aside from the things that help you build your revenue runway and then utilize those things that you've bought so that you can start getting into action and getting return on investment because you've got something valuable to share. But you're not going to if you're busy doing being distracted by that bright, shiny, instant fame, instant riches. Bs that you're being sold and you're buying.

Brian Kelly:
So astutely stated all of it.

Jannette Anderson:
And you tell I get a little riled about this.

Brian Kelly:
I agree with it all. Yeah. Because they give you they don't tend to give you the big picture or the starting point that you need to be at, like you said. That's the feeling you get is shame. It's like, well, I don't have enough following to implement what you just told us to do. You know, that happens a lot. And oh, my gosh, I love all the airplane metaphor 747 Cessnas because I built myself a bomber. They love it. In the marketplace with your message. That's what carpet bomb marketing is all about. So yeah, that's a shameless plug. But that was perfect. I mean, did you did you did you, like, just come up with all that? I know you did. But that's pretty awesome.

Jannette Anderson:
No, it is something that I've been seeing for a long time. And like I said, helping a lot of those gurus build their seven figure businesses. I know what kind of works for them, doesn't work so well for the people that they're selling it to. And so, yeah, I decided that A, it was time to build my own seven figure business. So working on that and B really want to do it not at the expense of the people that I'm in theory, helping.

Brian Kelly:
Hmm. Amen. Again. Yeah. I'm telling you, this is. Awesome. Anderson, what a breath of fresh air. Oh, my gosh. I just looked at the time. That is. An indication that. I had a blast. Real quick, I want to put up your website and let people see what it looks like, because when they go to it, they'll know they're there. And that way they can reach out to you. And you also don't go anyone because Jeanette also has a gift for you. So you don't want to miss that. And I haven't forgotten. Five nights stay. Five star luxury resort is on its way very soon. Let's see. I want to put up the website. There it is. Coming now. Beaut audacity dot k k stands for Canada A and that is the way I see it. So go ahead. If you want to connect with Jeanette, then go to Audacity K and there is a Kinect. Do you see that? There is a connect nav bar right up there. Menu item. All you do is click on that and connect with her. Are there any other ways you like for folks to connect with you that you prefer?

Jannette Anderson:
Thank you. Well, I don't know about prefer, but I have a Facebook group currently called Audacity Action Heroes that you are welcome to join. Again, it's predominantly women and a few good men, few smart men who want to market to women and and who love women and want to support them as well. And we have a great show there every week where I also interview experts and support you with lots of information and education. Now, the name of the group is changing to the purpose of profit sisterhood. So again, I like to share when I screw up, please learn from me. Don't name things, things that something that people a aren't searching on and B don't understand. So they want to be able to raise their hand and say, yeah, that's me. So but these action heroes is not a very clear name for for Facebook group. So it's now going to be the purpose and profit sisterhood starting soon. So if you get confused, you are in the right place, whichever one you're at. So that's an option as well.

Brian Kelly:
I just saw this. It's such a great line. Are you ready to grab life by the ovaries and go for it?

Jannette Anderson:
That is exactly that's one of my things that I really want to support people in is getting clear on making their next leap and doing it as boldly and bravely as they can, which is not to say without fear, but with a lot of willingness and courage, and ideally with someone to hold your hand and heart as you leap. That's why we need one another.

Brian Kelly:
Yes. So talk to Jeannette Anderson. She will remove that resistance, that hesitation that will liberate you to move forward and do what you were put on this planet to do. And that's to have an impact for others, whoever that might be. It depends on your y awesome audacity dot k. So that is spelled for our listening audience body. A c i t y. So it's like bodacious, but it's bone density dot c a for Canada. A I just can't stop saying it.

Jannette Anderson:
But there's no way after the Canada and, and it is a wonderful word. It means bold and audacious. I didn't make it up. It is actually a word. And so it's an opportunity for you to be bold, be audacious. And by the way, you don't have to be that to choose that and show up that way. It is a learned skill.

Brian Kelly:
I love it. Oh, we have somebody watching all the way from Nigeria. How are you doing?

Jannette Anderson:
Hello there.

Brian Kelly:
If I could pronounce your name and I'll mess it up, but. It's very good luck with that. Yeah. She jokey? I don't know. I'm sorry if I messed it up, but thanks for coming on watching from Nigeria. I appreciate you. I love it when we have folks coming on. Great, great, great. I'm going to remove that over here. And so we are coming up to the end of the show. But we got a couple of things, three things to take care of here I haven't forgotten. Stay on. In just a moment, I'll show you how I'll share with you how to win that five night stay at a five star luxury resort, compliments of the big insider secrets up there just over Jeannette's left shoulder the right of the screen as you're watching lie on the mind body business show dot com and there's no a after that one. And a little birdie told me this one over here, this wonderful amazing astute incredible birdie said that she also has a gift for you as well. So you want to stick around because here's what happens next. I love to close every show. Jeanette with a very profound question, and it became a profound question quite by accident, because I asked it several times over a span of several shows, not with intention, and realized that the answers were very interesting, very profound about Wow. So I ended up making that the end of the show. And anyone and everyone watching and listening you do not want to miss. Don't fast forward if you're listening to this recording because you want to get the free gift as well from Jeanette. So before we go any further, I'm not going to ask that question just yet. I'm going to do what I promised, and that is reveal to you how to win that five night stay at a five star luxury resort. Write this down. Do not go to this website yet. You have time. When the show is over, you can go and we'll give you several hours to enter to win. Here it is. And then we'll bring up Jeanette's gift next. And then the big question. So if you're watching live, you want to go to our WIP dot I am forward slash vacation write that down. Don't go there now R.I.P. Dot I am forward slash vacation. One of the keys to success is following instructions. Do not go there write it down R.I.P. Dot I am bored slash bay vacation and guest experts are allowed to enter as well. Hint, hint, wink, wink. Jeanette Anderson.

Jannette Anderson:
I was just typing it in my URL to go do that.

Brian Kelly:
I love it. I love it. And yes, we did have a little birdie. I got a link from you, Jeanette. What are we doing with the big one?

Jannette Anderson:
Well, there's two things I would like to give you. And by the way, just as a tip, don't do this because then you just confuse people. But I want to give you a gift. And that's my training about the Genesis story, but also because I was on my rant about you got to know what stage you're at so that you can do the right things at the right stage. I have a free quiz that helps you figure out what stage you're at, and you get an infographic that tells you what you should be doing and shouldn't be doing at that stage. So I really want people to have that so you can figure out where you're at, what you what will help you get your next ten or tens or tens, hundreds of clients, depending on what stage you're at. So that's what that link is for. It's for the free quiz. But that's not my gift. My gift is more valuable, but it's differently. Valuable.

Brian Kelly:
Anything from you is supremely valuable. And I'm not joking when I say that I can tell already so that that URL that she's referring to, I put it in the comment section. For those of you that can't see that they're listening on podcast, it's a bit.ly link, so it's bit dot ly forward slash success roadmap quiz all together. There you have it. So bit.ly forward slash success roadmap quiz. And then we're going to get to now at last, all the teasing is finally over the gift from Jeanette Anderson herself. Let's bring up the URL for that. I'll bring up the wrong URL. Let's bring up the right URL and also bring up that respective Web page as you go ahead and describe it.

Jannette Anderson:
All right. So earlier when I was talking about having the garage sale, that's an example of a Genesis story where your wife started from. Why what you do matters to you so much? Why do you do what you do? And we can use that Genesis story in speaking on podcasts to talk to people about why we care about them and what we do in our bios and our intros and our about US pages. But sometimes it's really hard to figure out what that is. So I've created a training that supports you in figuring out what your Genesis story is and how to express it, and that training can sell for 247. I want you guys to go and get it because Brian is awesome and anybody who listens to him is therefore awesome. And so when you put in the code friend, capital F friend at checkout, so it'll ask you, it'll take you, it'll say go to billing or whatever. When you put in the code, you get it for free. So it will really support you in being able to and not just speakers, trainers and coaches, but anybody who needs to engage people in who you are and what you do, then this will help you with that. So please go and get that free gift and help yourself. But like Brian said right at the beginning of the show, it's not about getting more information. It's about taking. I'm on it. So watch the damn training, do the damn exercises, get the damn results. But you won't get it if you just go get it. Put it on your virtual shelf by sticking in a folder somewhere and not doing anything with it.

Brian Kelly:
Just say I love it. Damn it.

Jannette Anderson:
Exactly. So please go get that. Please take the quiz. Please reach out if I can support you. I love, love, love questions and. And really just helping people get going so that you can be seen, can be heard and be the difference that only you can be because no one else can be the difference that you are here to be.

Brian Kelly:
Real quick, for those of you listening, that's Beau Siddiqa. As we said earlier, if you don't remember how that was spelled, just rewind a little bit. Bodysuits, forward slash Genesis story. Story. If that doesn't work, put WWE w in the front. So audacity. Dot ca forward slash genesis story and then enter the word friend with a capital F singular no. S friend at the checkout. And then you'll get this thing that she normally sells for $247, which is a discount already. You can get it for free exclusively right here on the Mind Body Business Show because of her amazing wonderfulness. And I thank you very much for that very, very sincerely. And I know all of you now are wondering when is he going to ask that dang question because you built it up so big. And it is it's a big question. It's cool because it can be personal. But the thing is, Jeanette, I just want you to know this, that there is no such thing. As a wrong answer. It does not exist. In fact, the exact opposite is the case. The only correct answer is yours. All right. That's all that makes it personal because it's unique to you. That's it. So we're not getting into your personal business. It's just, what is it? What is your interpretation of the answer of this question? Are you ready?

Jannette Anderson:
I'm ready. I'm so.

Brian Kelly:
Curious. So curious. I love it. I love it. Here we go. Jeannette Anderson, how do you define success or.

Jannette Anderson:
I'm going to answer it this way. I have two rules in life because I can't remember a lot, so I got to keep it simple. Don't do anything you're going to regret and don't regret anything you've done. So don't do anything you're going to regret. Like, think about it. Think about the impact. How are you going to feel if you do this or don't do this down the road and then don't regret anything you've done? It doesn't mean be a psychopath. It means learn the lesson. Make the adjustments that you need to make. And move on. I think success is when we get to the end of our life without regrets. And that comes from living our life the best that we can. Not without mistakes. Not without sadnesses and loss and challenges. But without regretting who we've been along the way, because we're always doing the best we can. So the more we show up. The more we focus on who we want to be. The more successful we're going to be.

Brian Kelly:
And you know how this is going to end, don't you, Jeanette? Yay! Oh, my. Goodness. And, yeah. And we love you. You are amazing woman. You're an amazing entrepreneur, business, successful businesswoman. I can tell there's no doubt in my mind how much you love to serve others that you're why it's very, very evident and appreciate you for there was so much, my gosh. But there was one statement that I've never heard anybody say and it had to do with. So just as a side note, I. Have been taking notes for. Everyone out there that why are you making me take notes like I don't do I don't tell you do anything I wouldn't do and do do oh I say do do. But you said something about you love to help women because you love men something that that and I'm like, wow, I've never heard that before. That is amazing. And so you get the whole and you talked about it so eloquently in the beginning or earlier about what's going on in society and how we're all being dehumanized to some degree. I appreciate that that you verbalize that being a man that's on that end of it and I'm not here as woe is me. It's like we I just man up and pull up my shorts or my my pants until it hurts. Sometimes I'm sure that I appreciate that you have that insight and that you brought that awareness to the forefront. So thank you for that. But thank you, more importantly, for all of you, you brought your wonderful stories to airplanes. I love those. All of it. You are by yourself. You're an amazing like you're impactful person. Thank you. You're going to impact so many more people. And I wish upon you the greatest success of that you could possibly imagine. Because why would I do that? Because I know with greater success, greater wealth that includes wealth, that you will scale your business and impact even more women and men as you go forward in this wonderful journey we call life. So I appreciate you. Jeanette Anderson, you have been an absolute godsend and a joy to talk to you. I appreciate you.

Jannette Anderson:
Thank you so much, Brian. And thank you for the kind of person who works hard at lifting other people up and providing space to shine the light on other people. It really shines a light on how big your heart is and how strong your commitment and your why is. So thank you for that.

Brian Kelly:
You're very welcome. Well, we turned into a love fest.

Jannette Anderson:
It it is.

Brian Kelly:
It's yes.

Jannette Anderson:
And, you know, we're both wearing red, so that's we're just kindred spirits.

Brian Kelly:
I love it. Yes. Thank you. Jeanette, you've been an absolute godsend for this, not just for the show. For me personally. I appreciate you and I look forward to what we can do together going forward. That's what it's all about. Ladies and gentlemen, collaboration. I said the word relationship. I love how you clarified that. I want to talk to you about a better word or term to use or a way to describe that. I didn't have time to bring that up on the show. Maybe afterward, and we'll make it a bonus. Everyone gets to know what that bonus word is later. All right. That's it. We've got a little over time. I'm fine with it. I'm not paying for the studio time. It's my studio. I own it. And YouTube and Facebook don't put a limit on it that I know about unless we're done. No. All right. This has been the mind body business show. I'm your host, Brian Kelly, with the amazing Jeanette Anderson. Until next time everyone go out there, model success, take action on what you've just taken notes on with Jeanette and go crush it and serve more people and make the world a better place. That's my rent. That is it for tonight. So long, everyone be blessed. Take care from now. Thank you for tuning in to the Mind Body Business Show Podcast. At www.TheMindBodyBusinessShow.com My name is Brian Kelly.

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Jannette Anderson

Jannette Anderson’s title is ‘The Why Whisperer’ because she is passionate about showing purpose-led entrepreneurs how to tap into their ‘Why’ so that they GET that they matter—and live like they do! She shows them how to do the right things, at the right times, to create success, and impact, on their terms!

She is still stupidly in love with her work after 4 decades of being a transformational mentor, trainer, and international speaker.


Although her “Location Independent Lifestyle” was curtailed for a bit, she's back on the road. Visiting 33 countries so far allows her to work with clients globally to help them “Be the Difference That ONLY They Can Be!”

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