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So here's the big question, how are entrepreneurs like us? Have been hustling and struggling to make it to success who seem to make it one step forward, two steps back, work dedicated.

Hello, everyone, and welcome, welcome, welcome to the Mind Body Business Show.

I say this each and every week. And once again, we have a stellar, stellar guest expert lined up for you this evening. I cannot wait to share her brilliance with you real quick before we do that. The mind body business show it is about what I call the three pillars of success in my now fifty six years on this planet, I spent the last ten or so studying. Just successful people wanted to find out what was it about them that made them more successful than, say, me and what were those things? I mean, they're human beings. They put their pants on one leg at a time. If they're if they wear pants. We're just talking about that before we came on the air. That's a story for another day. And, you know, they're just people and they're human beings. What is so special? How do they achieve success? And so in that track of trying to find out and studying only successful people, I found that there were three things, three patterns that kept developing. And you might guess what those are. They happen to be the name of this very show. So mind is mindset, and that is every successful person that I studied had a rock solid, very positive and the most important part, flexible mindset. And then there was body to a person. These successful people took care of themselves, both physically on the outside and nutritionally on the inside, whether whatever they were eating or drinking. And then business business is multi multifaceted.

It includes things like systematizing, team building, sales, leadership, marketing. The list goes on and on and on. And these very successful people had mastered all the skill sets required to build, maintain and continue to elevate a successful business. The good news is you don't have to personally master every one of these skill sets. That is how they did it, because no one human being, in my humble opinion, could master every skill set that goes into building a business. And what they did was they master just one of those skill sets that I mentioned. And that one is what it is. It's leadership. So once you've mastered the skill set of leadership, you are then more apt to be able to build a team and scale your business, build a team with those who have the skill sets you have yet to master or that you just flat out don't want to. Because, let's face it, business. There are a lot of things in business that we don't want to do and that we're not good at. And those are the things you should outsource. And that's another topic maybe we'll talk about tonight. Who knows where. Just going to have fun. See what Lois Coffey has in store for us this evening. I cannot wait. And another remarkable. Another remarkable thing about very successful people is they are also very voracious readers, readers of books. And with that, I like to segway over into a segment I affectionately call bookmarks.

Bookmarks, Hornsey, read bookmarks, ready, steady, read bookmarks brought to you by Reach Your Peak Library Dotcom.

Yes, there you see, reach your peak library, dotcom, now that is a website I had built with you for you and with you in mind and for you, you, the entrepreneur, the business person, no matter what level of success you are at, this is a one stop shop where you can go and find a collection of books that have been vetted by at least someone else who's achieved success. And that way you're not guessing. You're not wasting time, just throwing darts at a dartboard with a blindfold on, hoping you hit a good book. And that is what this is for. Before we go any further, I wanted to make a special note. Reach your peak library dotcom. Write that down on a piece of paper. You remember those, right? Those old things, those parchments that were called paper and get out a pen or a pencil, some kind of writing instrument, or put it on your notepad and a computer or whatever works best for you. And I say that to instill upon you to do that instead of clicking away or going off into another tab on your browser and typing in these resources, because I'm here to tell you every single show and this one will be no different. There are going to be a lot of resources that you're going to be given. And so the best thing for you to do is to write all of these resources down and visit them later. Why do I say that? Because the magic happens in the room right here. Yes, it's a virtual room. But if you were to take your gaze away and your attention and you're off typing in another URL and looking at a website while this is going on, you could miss out one nugget that just that one nugget that Miss Coffee has for you tonight that could change your life forever. And I will tell you right now, I already know she has one. We had a talk right before we came on the show.

She has something that every single business person on the planet needs. She has a talent. And just as a little tease, she's going to be given a gift tonight. And it is that very one thing I'm talking about. So stick with us. Stay on the show. Don't click away. Take notes. I take notes, too. And I'm running this whole thing, so I won't I never asked you to do anything I wouldn't do. Reach your peak library a little bit more in depth and then we'll move into the main segment of the show. But here you see, it is just a collection of books that I personally have read. It's not every book that I have read since the beginning has made this list. This is the best of the best, the creme de la creme, as they say. And I'm actually a little bit behind because I've begun reading only about seven years ago or so because of a mentor of mine who showed me the importance of it, not just by him reading books, but what it did for him, the results that it gave them. And oh my goodness, I'm here to tell you, this is like one of the easiest ways to achieve greater success in your life is to just get in the habit of reading books. So please, I implore upon you go to this Richard book library dot com, go to Orrible. But if you go here, you can get a vetted set of books, pick the first one that jumps out of the page. You don't need to analyze every single one. Just ready. Fire aim. Let's go take action. Get the first book that jumps off the page, read it and then move on to another one after that. All right, that's enough of that. We're going to bring on a very, very special person. This is an amazing woman. I can't wait for you to meet her. Let's bring her on, shall we?

It's time for the guest expert spotlight. Savvy, skillful, professional, adept, trained, legally qualified.

And there she is, ladies and gentlemen, the one, the only coach Loess Coffee.

The crowd goes wild. Thank you so much, Ryan. Oh, my gosh. We're going to have so much fun. I can't wait.

It's so interesting to me. You and I have never, like, literally talk to each other. We've only emailed back and forth. I don't think we've ever had a conversation before until about a half hour before the show went live. And it just it's so interesting to me that so often, almost every single time, I feel an instant connection with that person. And I did with you like we've been long lost friends for a long time. You know, we're just like your smile. I love your sense. You have a sense of humor. You're easygoing. You're very, very brilliant and intelligent. And you just have all those qualities in a person that I love to be associated with. So I appreciate you for spending your time to come on, you know, and share your brilliance and your value with every one of our watchers and our listeners on this show.

Thank you. It's a privilege and, you know, birds of a feather flock together. Jenny Hakl Road referred me to you and Jenny amazing as well. So thank you.

Thank you, Jenny.

And real quick, I want to mention a few things, a little bit of housekeeping here before I properly introduce you with the respect that you deserve. I wanted to mention real quick to everyone who's watching to stay on to the end because you see it right there in the bottom. Stay with us. Live to the very end and you will get a chance to win a five night stay at a five star luxury resort. Compliments of our wonderful sponsors up there. You see them. If you're watching the video on the upper right of your screen, that is the big insider secrets. They are the big insider secrets. Dotcom is Jason Ness, my good buddy in his company. So definitely do that. And real quick, a couple of other sponsors are going to announce here in just a second. Here we go. Now, if you're struggling with putting in a live show together and it's maybe overwhelming and you want a lot of the process done for you while still being able to put on a high quality show and connect with great people and grow your business all at the same time, then go ahead and head on over to carpet bomb marketing, dotcom carpet bomb marketing, saturate the marketplace with your message. And one more. One of the key components that is contained in that carpet bomb marketing course is that it's one that you'll learn how to absolutely master. And that is a very service we use to stream our live shows right here on the mind body business show. And that is, as you can see on the screen, a streaming out. And over the course of the past nine years, we've tried many, quote unquote, TV studio solutions for live streaming.

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It's a pleasure. Thank you so much for having me and I can't wait to have you on my podcast.

Sounds going to be good. Going to be good. Oh, my goodness. Jake, my buddy is on Jake Ghannam. I met him, spent some time with them. We were in Orlando and Miami this past weekend, got became really good friends. I appreciate you for coming on watch. And Jake, we got a lot of great stuff coming ahead. And then Timothy McNeilly, such a big fan of the 12 week here. Good. Someone else that heard of it. Good. This is going to be amazing tonight. So pumped me to Timothy. Thank you for coming on. Thank you for sharing. Thank you for engaging. Keep it coming. Ask questions as we go through. So. Lois Koch, Lois, I don't know how you'd like to be addressed.

Just don't call me late for dinner. Anything is fine.

Ok, so Lois, don't call me late for dinner. Coffee? If not. So I love your bio. Know it's short, but it's very intriguing. Who here wants to be you know, who wants to earn six figures? It shows that you've done it for your clients and that that just really amps up the curiosity. And I love that it shows your experience, your accolades, and that you are a person who walks the walk and. Does it truly, what I like to do is pull back the onion a little bit and I want to find out what is truly making you so successful. And by that, I like to look inside that beautiful brain of yours and find out what it is that's making you tick, because in my humble opinion, the mindset is the foundation for everyone's success or lack thereof. And so for you, Lois, when you get up in the morning and you're an entrepreneur, you know that there are struggles each and every day. There are challenges, maybe not struggles, but challenges, things to overcome. What is it for you that when you wake up that you're just you have that burning desire, you're motivated and you know, you're going to get passed and through another day and you will succeed? How do you how do you do that? What motivates you?

And experience experience is the best teacher I wake up with an attitude of gratitude. This is Thanksgiving month. I got married on a Black Friday in Vegas. Kind of a fun little story because Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. And there is a time when I lost everything. I was homeless. I was living not on the street, on floors, futons, couches, all of the places I could find that had a roof over my head, my friends roofs, of course, and is at that moment, I said, you know what, I am the only way out of this is an attitude of gratitude. And one day at a time and being as much in the present moment as possible with that gratitude. And I always I'll never forget that experience. I'll never forget that I wanted to be a millionaire by the time I was 30 and instead I was homeless, I had my car repossessed the day before my 30th birthday. And that was very humbling. And it was through that humility and the pain and the trauma. And I know there's a lot of people growing through that, hopefully not just going through it, but growing through it. I had a lot of people who helped me along the way. And so now it's like 13 years later, because that was during the Great Recession. I really just that humility and that gratitude and of course, the pain of that memory, that's what drives me. It's it's kind of a combination that's that's like my recipe, that it's not just one thing. It's it's a combination of all of those things.

I love how you said that. That is a combination of things. I don't think I've ever had anyone do that before on the show to say that it's not just one thing. They would think of one thing and use it. And I appreciate that you embellished all of it. You know that you have embraced it all and you use it your life experiences, good and bad to, you know, to actually propel you forward. And I think that's powerful that folks should look at those things, that they've overcome the hardships there in the past. But look at that as a victory. Right. And you made it through. And you're better now if you're going through one right now. No, it will be done. It will be over. It will this, too, shall pass. It will be you will get past it. You'll get through it. You'll come out on the other side victorious, get yourself aligned with people like Loess who can help lift you and other mentors and coaches. You can see it says right there, Coach Lewis. So I think she would help to coach you out of that funk into incredible success. And we're going to get deeper into that here real quick, Lewis, I can't wait to learn more about what you do, how you serve others. And I can tell right off the bat you're one of those people that loves to help people. You just have that that tone in every every one of my past guests where it seems to be the same. I love entrepreneurs. I love them. I love them all. I almost said, I love you, but I can't because I'm married to you. I was like, I was on a roll is like, oh, well, better, easy. They're easy. So I open the show talking a little bit about books and I'm curious, I'm going to guess, but every single one answers the same way. Would you consider yourself to be an avid reader as well?

Well, true story, yes, and because of becoming a mom and juggling all the things, I became an avid audible listener and podcast listener. So you know how you're juggling all the things. It's easier to listen than it is to read any more. However, I just love learning.

I don't know if you've ever taken the strengths finder test. I took the strengths finder test and one of my top five strengths was Learner. So yeah, I'm a I love to soak it up and learn and even more so apply the knowledge that I learned.

Strength finders test is that we call it.

Yes, it's through Gallup. If you just Google strings finder test all you can get like your top ten. It's very common actually for sales teams. That's one of the many. Right, because you've got so many different. You got the colors, you got the disk profile, you got you got the bank right. Crack your code. So this is this is another version of that.

I gotta tell you. I was like, yes, I'm starting to feel like I'm living under a rock I hadn't heard of 12 years ago.

Now, this strength I'm here dropping nuggets from I'm just here. I get serious.

I'm like, did I just walk into another world all of a sudden? I don't know anything. This is awesome. I like I like learning new things, but I'm like, come on, I haven't heard that either.

Thank you, Stenchy. He says, great show and inspiring Guste and my good friend Richard Berry. Or there will always be storms and there will always be. Oh, cool breeze. I like that. Good. Very well stated there, Richard. Thank you, buddy. And yes, very, very good. And so we're kind of going through you guys have noticed mind, body business. So we've already done a little bit of mindset and we'll do more of that might. That's so powerful. It's so paramount to all our lives, personal and business, when it comes to now taking into the body. When you think about physical fitness and staying nutritional, nutritionally aligned and everything, banging on all cylinders, if you will. How important is that to you and your business life yourself?

Oh, my gosh. Well, you're like my my brother from another mother because my podcast name is healthy and wealthy and wise. And you can I don't even know if you do this about me, but I was in the health and fitness industry a combined 20 years.

I was an Ironman triathlete and like a sales person, when I was just rocking and rolling in sales before the recession, I actually not only did I take nutrition for granted, I thought I could eat whatever I could. I was earning three thousand calories, so why not? And then when the recession hit and I lost everything, my health is the most important thing that I lost and I'll never take it for granted again. So I had to learn how to eat clean. I had to start all over. It took me five years to wean myself off of sugar. I kind of joke there's no sugar. Horlicks, Anonymous 12 step program. And I was it was brutal, like I was a total sugar and coffee addict. And so after I came out of that, even with an autoimmune disease, I learned so much it was worth the price of admission because my first 30 years, eight drink whatever I want in the last 13 plus years since then, learning lessons, I've been the healthiest I've ever been. And it's all about what I put into my body. Sleep. Oh, my gosh.

So important to meditation. I mean, I do so much to take care of the temple and it really is important. Your body feels your mind, your mind feels your body thoughts or things. And I learned a lot mentally, physically and spiritually through that process to be where I am today. And I do talk about that with all of my clients. I have that kind of added USPI or unique selling proposition. As a coach, I do holistically care about you. I don't want you just to go out full throttle on the hamster wheel making tons of money, which is great. But then what happens when you lose it? All right, you're spending it all on your sickness or your desk is. So, yes, that was a long answer to to share with you. But I I'm very, very passionate about that because without your health, you have nothing totally agree.

And I think every person who lived to thirty did the same thing you did.

Yeah, it's all good.

Yeah, and I was in fitness as well, so we are like brother and sister, a sister by another Mr. Go and yeah, for like seven years I had a fitness business and that that is a common crutch that people who are fit physically go to is while I'm working out, I'm burning calories so I can eat whatever the heck I want, I can drink whatever I want to. And that was something I really had to hammer home with my clients and and myself, to be honest. You know, it's easy to just say, gosh, I feel so fantastic. I can I can have a little I can have some beer, I can have something else. And that's really not good for me. And and do it in excess. You know, something that's more than we know that we should be. And it's I think you're human. You just defined the human being there. Those and that's good because every human can use your experience and learn from it and know that at least, you know, misery loves company, that they're all a little weird.

But now that's so it is victory. Victory loves company. And you can show them how to rise above and be victorious and just bring them along, push them up that hill and get them to the crescent over. And it's phenomenal. So it's a beautiful reason that you went through all this, I think. And that is so that you could help so many people in so many ways.

People, people think businesses, just those things I talked about with business know sales, marketing, team building, systematizing leadership, all those things it is and it is so much more. It is. Everything we are now talking about is taking care of itself mentally, physically, and and it's so vitally important. And these were not things that are traditionally taught. If you're getting an MBA in college, they don't mind. So I think that that's for a bunch of witchdoctor woo things. And it's the key thing I learned the most important is your mindset.

If you're if you're if you're focusing on. Pardon my word, a bunch of if you're focusing on crap, guess what you're going to get more of. You guessed it that big C word, more crap if you're focusing on things you want, that you're looking forward to building your business, having a team of wonderful, significant other, and you continue to focus on those things that are positive. Guess what? Eventually that will come to. And so you get what you focus on the sole point there. And we have more people coming in. I love these wonderful people. Yes.

Richard Berrier, the 80s. Oh, my lord. Yes. That was much to my brother. Those are the times. Wow. A lot of work.

I wouldn't mind going back and reliving the 80s, just like if I could do it for a day and a week. Oh, my gosh, that would be amazing.

Those were good times. I graduated high school in eighty two. My goodness. It was a while ago. Fantastic. So you are a coach and you coach business. What I'd like to do is take a pause here for me and say, Lois, what exactly is it? Can you tell the audience what is it exactly that you do? Who is your ideal client and what do you do for your clients?

That's awesome. Well, you know, it's it's ever evolving because of the pandemic of 20 20. I will tell you, a year ago, I had one plan. Then six months ago, that plan shifted very quickly because my passion but with the 12 year is a lot about productivity, peak performance, work, life balance. Yes, I have a very strong opinion. I do believe in work life balance. So that's that's part of what I was focused on. And my avatar or salespeople, sales teams and entrepreneurs. However, what happened was when the pandemic hit, I realized, oh my gosh, all of my systems were offline. You know, I had sales presentations. I had all these workshops that I was doing in person. I was closing deals, you know, at the at the dinner table or meeting face to face, doing speaking events, all of those kinds of things. And so I didn't have an email list. I didn't have a podcast. I didn't really care about my YouTube channel. It was there, but it was pretty cobwebby and dusty. And I didn't I didn't have a lot of the things that I pivoted really quickly and I have now. So kind of incidentally, my new niche since then is actually helping people. With email list building, so that's part of my spoiler alert, my giveaway today is really my signature right now because I was having conversations with salespeople and entrepreneurs and more and more of them were struggling.

Their sales were down. They couldn't meet face to face. They couldn't meet people the old fashioned way. Now we call it old fashioned, but going to networking events. And I actually had my own fortune and the follow up program. I have my signature coffee sales formula. And again, all of that was focused on increasing sales results in less time, creating work life balance. All of those were part of my my four coffee sales formula steps. But I had that. I actually added a fifth step to the coffee sales formula and that was building an email list that you build at once and you can monetize it forever. And I actually totally just transparent. I may only be six to 12 months ahead of a lot of you out there listening who are struggling with this new normal of how do I how do I do this digital marketing thing? How do I create value? How do I do leave magnets? How do I how do I get people into my funnel? How do I do all of that? Right. I knew nothing. I had a zero email list. I had a zero email campaign six months ago. But over time, with pivoting and recognizing, I needed to embrace this new normal very, very quickly, I translated and converted all of my offline coaching and tools, everything quickly to online building an audience, building your tribe, building landing pages, getting value out there into the digital world in the marketplace.

And then as I was building my list, I built it from zero to two thousand from April to July, just doing what I do. And I started talking to people that were saying, gosh, Lois, I'm struggling with this. And they said, you know what? I'm a coach, a fellow coach. He was like, I wanted to go and speak at this virtual summit, but they won't let me. They rejected me because I didn't have an email list of a thousand. And if you study most of the greats, I love Harvey Mackay and all of those guys from my past world that I grew up with, the Jim Jones of the world, Ziggler and all of those guys, Brian Tracy, even even posthumously, they're still emailing. And they say that if you have a list of a thousand people, you can actually build a million dollar business with just a list of. And I said I saw a need and I was like, man, if it's easy for me to build a list, what happened? If I could create a program and help just test it out.

So I did a beta test just recently, like just just in September, and I had over one hundred people sign up for my list filled course. And I was like, wow, wow. And they got so much value. I then turned into a 30 day inner circle coaching program and I kept just rinsing and repeating. So keep in mind again, six months ago, I didn't have an email list. I didn't have any pages, I didn't have magnets. I didn't have all of the things that I do now. And I went from making zero dollars through what I call the new normal of online digital marketing and building your tribe and building an audience and interaction marketing through podcasting and all of the things to making fourteen thousand dollars last month and income. And I don't say that to to brag or impress you. It's just to impress upon you the fact that the tools that I created that were offline, that worked really, really well for me for the last 20 years, because I've sold real estate, I've sold fitness, I've sold nutritional products. I was in direct sales and marketing for nine years. So some would say I can sell ice to Eskimos, but. But really, I just took those same. Basic principles and just duplicated it online, and I found a need and I felt it.

Wow, that's phenomenal, and we were talking right before the show, and that is a you know, most business owners don't know how to build a list. They don't and and some don't even try to anymore, they they completely rely on social media, on paid ads. And so this is very refreshing because it is still so vitally important to have this as an integral part of your marketing toolbelt is to build a list. Because, look, there's there are ways now there are incredible ways to connect with people. And a lot of people say emails don't make it anymore. They don't they never get delivered. And that is happening. That is true, that fewer and fewer emails are making it to the end result. But there are ways to remind them that an email was just sent to them. And that's through a hack that I've developed where I use a system where I can mix email and text messages where I said, hey, I just sent you an email. It's very important. Be sure to check your inbox is not there. Look at your spam and your promotion folder and that's it. And that way now I get deliverability. So email is still probably the number one in email list. The number one way in. Look at what you just went through loss.

You went through all of the things that were offline and now we hit this pandemic. And now that you have online, you have everything you need. Just about no matter what happens from this point forward, you have developed the skills, the skill sets of belly to belly kneecap the kneecap, you have developed the skills of speaking from states. You've developed the skills of sales one on one, and now you are developing and have developed the electronic skills, those that will help you with systems for your your business. And I'm saying this to everyone, you know, look what she has done. And here's what I love to say to everyone. How do I become successful? How do I how do I change success? And all I say is find somebody who has done it and model them. That's it. It's simple, you don't need to reinvent the wheel, you don't need to come up with your own idea in your own mousetrap. It's been done before over and over and over. There are so many recipes for success. You're looking at one right here next to me by the name of Cuchillo Slowes Coffee. And if you were to just model what she's doing. So stay with us. She has this incredible, spectacular gift. I found out about it before the show and I've already requested mine, so I can't wait to see that and dove in because I am always looking for different ways to market.

Lois, that's why I developed a program called Carpet Bomb Marketing, which means saturate every square inch that you can possibly can. And email list building is definitely one of those areas. So maybe we can talk about integrating your your course into carpet by marketing, maybe vice versa, and form a JV and see. You know, you'd have to say yes or no right here in front of her, but I don't want to put you on the spot, but that's what you do when you have people that are in alignment with what you're doing. You have those chats. And so it might fit. It might not. But either way, we can benefit from each other. And I can't wait for what what things are ahead for you and I together as we keep contact after the show is long over. Oh, my goodness. Here we go. Yes. Richard Berrier Welcome is the combining e-mail and text marketing. Brilliant. Thank you, Brian. Yeah, it was a secret. I actually was hesitant to give it up, but I thought it's time we got to let people know. And Lois was nodding emphatically. So I think she already knows about that technique.

And then it's coming. I'm adding it this month or next month for sure, because and I'm not even a huge fan of texting, but I have already seen if they don't open the email and obviously we we get tons of email, I'm not going to lie. I mean, that's why I was the most negative person guys just even eight months ago about email campaigns and thinking, oh, that's spam.

But you know what, Brian? You know where that stinking thinking came from? I believed this was the lie that I told myself that. I didn't have enough value to give in an email. I didn't believe they would open my emails, what did I have to say?

Why would they open my emails? That was something I and totally autobiographically speaking, I didn't do this by myself. I like we talked about earlier, coaching is so, so invaluable. I have not one but two coaches because I was terrified to launch a podcast. I was terrified to start an email campaign again. I had to work through a lot of limiting beliefs and to my consciousness and oh my gosh, I'm so grateful that that I did, because I do have value.

You have value to give to the world and you want to create raving fans who fall in love with your emails and they feel love in return.

I love how you brought up a couple of words. Well, actually, a few terrified, which comes from a state of fear, the emotional state of fear and limiting beliefs. I'm curious, what did you do yourself to get over that hump in both cases? What specifically did you do some kind of like? Well, I don't want to give it away because I want to see what you say, what what it was. Oh, I think I notice Jenny.

Jenny was a part of it, yes, she is, actually. OK, I had three coaches. I mean, that was how bad it was for me guys. Like, I just I was so comfortable in making phone calls. I didn't have call reluctance. I was one of the few I know believe. Right. I would on the phone. I could I could drive from Phenix to San Diego. This was back before handsfree. And this would be me, Brian, for all five and a half hours. I'm like, who can I call? Who can I talk to? And so I didn't have I missed the call reluctance or whatever, but anyway. But email reluctance for whatever reason. So, yes, Jenny helped me tremendously and both of my coaches and recognizing, wait a minute, I do have value and I can't say that it was again, one any one thing. It took a lot, though. I listen to podcasts, think and grow rich, all of the things and just recognizing I'm a mom. You have forced school. We have all those things. I didn't have time to make 20 to 30 phone calls a day anymore. And then I realized, wait a minute, I want to travel the world and have a laptop lifestyle. I'm not going to be making phone calls in the middle of night when I'm living in Africa to us. You know, I had to automate. I had to get with the program. So part of it was definitely overcoming those beliefs. But then I was getting a bigger dream and recognizing and seeing the silver lining in this opportunity called pandemic twenty twenty. So it it was a lot of shifting, a lot of a lot of stuff.

I just my goodness, this is so phenomenal that all this happened for you, not to you, and that you you have shifted.

So here here is one of the key aspects of a successful entrepreneur, and that is they take what others would perceive as a death blow to their business when covid in the pandemic hit and now her entire model had to change, she had to completely build online systems.

And instead of just crumbling and giving in to it, I'm just going to pull up my big girl pants and get get busy and take care of this. And she did. And it's because of that attitude that she is a successful woman. And I look at everyone out there who's listening and watching. What are you thinking right now? What is going on in your brain that is keeping you from achieving incredible success?

Because Lois has figured it out. She has the mindset down. That is why she overcame an all about pardon that I share.

One more thing that may be helpful. Keep in mind, this is also something very personal, but I'm always wanting to share this. I know there's a lot of people who are going through a lot of loss and grief this year, loss of job, loss of sales, loss of home, all of that stuff that I've been through before. But the other two things that really hit home for me that was like I got to I got to live bigger, much bigger, much faster was my brother died unexpectedly in February. My mom died right after him two months later. Unexpected. Right. And so it was definitely a huge, huge, painful experience. And it was also like a wake up call, like your days are numbered any day could be your last day. So the other driving force was, how can I leave a legacy behind? So starting a podcast, my podcast will have passed me right. My YouTube channel will live past me and my emails that speak, you know, inspiration, hope, encouragement and all sorts of faith, belief and desire to others can pour into people's lives past me. I wanted to I wanted to see it almost as a as a way to leave a legacy like Jim Brown still speaks to us. Right. And he's been gone. How long? ZIGGLER So that's also what was driving me and helping me realize life is short. And and I want to be able to impact people long, long after I'm gone.

I absolutely love that every bit of it. My goodness, and that that goes down the path of, you know, when things are going tough, what is your why why are you doing this? And is it is it impactful enough? Is a powerful enough to keep you going? Because times do get tough. And you just heard how Lois has gone through some I mean, it just it's sometimes it seems to happen all at once and just keep piling on exponentially growing. And you're like, when is this going to stop? My gosh, my business. I now have no electronic systems to do to deal with my business. My brother is passing away and my mom to my goodness, I mean, most people honestly would crumble when it comes to, you know, that's it. It's a sign. It must be a sign. I'm not supposed to be doing this. Right. And go into that that whole. And kudos to you, Lois, because you are going to be and are an inspiration to many, because I'll guarantee you there are people going through hardships at this very moment. And this is a ray of hope. And I want everyone to realize and recognize this is you have hope. There's a lot of hope if she can get through it and look, it's not going to be easy. Our tips are called hardships for a reason, and it's not always easy to get through them. But once you do and you look back, you'll go, you know what? That actually happened for me? And I learned a lot from it. My skin is thicker. If I can get through that, I can get through anything, bring on the next one. Let's go.

And it helps with empathy and empathy and sales. And now I understand so much more. If someone says, hey, my family member died of covid, I just can't talk to you right now or, you know, I'm I'm losing my house or all that kind of thing. I just I have so much more empathy because I can feel their pain. I had a coaching client who he was going to cancel his coach call with me because his mom just died.

But he kept his coach cool with me because he knew that I understood.

His pain, you know.

Yeah. That's amazing and that that what does that do that puts so much look at the trust he has put into you because you have treated him with that empathy of treating him as a human being. You know, look, businesses, we need to make money, don't we? But that's not what it's all about. It's the end result is, yeah, we need to make more money. So people like Lowitt. So here's the thing. I hope my my my wish is that Lois is just absolutely showered with wealth, immense wealth.

Why? Because I know that with this immense wealth, she will just scale and impact more people positively. We want to spread this, and so a lot of people will look and say, well, you're you're already successful and rich, why would you want more money? That's why. To serve more people and a lot of the media and other reasons. Well, I don't want to go down that path, but you paint the wealthy in such a negative picture. Yeah, there are bad apples. Of course. I'll tell you something right now on this show, I've done over one hundred twenty of them. I have not met one that that fit that bad apple picture frame.

They're all very similar in nature. But Lois, I mean, you could see the passion on her. I mean, the emotions hitting her at this moment, having this this gentleman and trust her so much that he still went through with the call because he knew that he would have an empathetic ear and somebody who he could count on to help him to a tough situation. That's what sets the successful apart, in my humble opinion, the truly successful. I mean, there's so many different definitions of that word. So, yeah, I just wanted to give everyone a good understanding and picture of what success is in a good way to go about it.

I'm pointing at her right now, loess coffee and follow her, model her. And let's make the world a better place together.

You make me think of a question, because this is this is intriguing to me. And I just had a conversation with someone today who actually said this to me because I was sharing my goals and I was excited. Hey, go to multiple six figures next year with my coaching business. And they're like, gosh, Lois, you're all about the money. I was like, wow, wow, that's good feedback.

And that's all it is.

So what do you what do you do? How would you meet someone like that? And you talk about mind, body business and think and grow rich is not just about the money, right? It's it's about abundance in that abundance philosophy, you know, to to go out there and serve more people and make more money to give more money away. That's the way I consider it. But what do you what do you say when someone says that?

Well, in that case, in my humble opinion, it's just because they don't know you, you know that they don't know your intention when you say things like that. I would say the same thing. I just said. It's important to make money so that I can serve more people like you. I want to scale this and help a lot of people. It's not just about material things. I mean, I'm fifty six now. Material things don't mean as much as I did when I was twenty. I wanted that Ferrari in the Lamborghini. Now I could care less as long as I get it to be and I'm comfortable in my back then when I get out. And it's so that all I would say is, well, you just don't understand me. And that's OK. Look, it's I would say that's on me that you don't know me well enough to understand what I mean behind that statement. And we'll work on that if you're willing to give me the time to do that. But, yeah, I just. What can you say? That they have a belief system and I would just say that's it. That's not my intent. And I'll just to make money from making money sake. That isn't what drives me. But money is necessary for me to grow the business so I can help and more people like you. That's basically what I would say.

Yeah, I think there's a lot of people out there that limit themselves to the potential of what's possible. Yeah.

And Richard saying money as a measurement. Yeah, maybe, but a measurement of what right. You know, measurement with respect to what what what's the how did you frame that going through another comment up there? Richard, if you just heard that there's always a delay on these things. So it takes a while to get a response back, but definitely. Look, I can tell already I I don't know you like for a long time, but I know you're right. Does that makes sense? And if you were to say something like that, I'd say, heck, yes, I would have said something else.

But that's a heck, yes, let's do it. Because I'm the same way as you. I want to help answer more. And I want to grow this business. I want to build a team. I want to employ people and help them. It just there's so many things that go with that that just the money by itself can help to bring in and improve and scale a business. So and yeah, we all like nice things, too, I mean, some of that's going to go towards whatever we like, maybe in a more vacation, stepping away from a business, hiring a manager to work in the business so we can work on it, things like that, scaling and getting bigger and bigger. And then we can go on and start another business that will serve more people in a different way. So, like I said, I want you I want wealth to shower down upon people like you loess for those reasons, because, I mean, you're you're just getting passionate on this very show. Showing the human side, that's what drives you. Money is important, but that's not what's driving you when when the rubber meets the road. Yes, that's you are on the right path. OK, good. Thanks, Richard. He's a good friend. He was one of those people I met. Oh, gosh. Seven, eight years ago, maybe nine. I'm horrible with time and dates. And it just felt like I knew this guy forever. I mean, instantly, like brothers, like we were separated at birth somewhere. Somehow it was just crazy. We thought the same thing, said the same thing. I was like instantly. And so we developed an instant friendship and still going strong. Wow. I'm just looking at the time. This is always a good sign, Lois, when it's already almost over and I didn't even realize it. That means I've been having a good time. I don't know about the audience. It looks like they have been and I don't know about you, but I'm having a great time with this one and it's going by way too quick.

You just have to come back again. Yes.

Yeah, definitely. There's so much more to talk about from each individual. You know, literally, it would be like having a book read to them of your biography and then everything you've done to be successful. And that would take more than an hour long show to go through something like that. And that's the only downside to these shows is some people say, Brian, you're doing an hour show. That's too long, is it? And it's not long enough, to be honest. I mean, in my humble opinion, having done so many of them, I would rather go another at least half hour to an hour more on each show. But people's attention spans, I get it. And that's OK. We're getting plenty of great. And look, the shows are done, Lois. I could oh, I could. So easy charge for them. There's so much value in them. And I leave them up free of charge for people to watch past shows. Les Browns up to everybody's up there. They can go and watch. We talked about fear. So I want to hit that real quick. And then we're going to go into the gift giving season of the show.

If you were to isolate and think about just one, what would you say? Today and where you are now with your business and in your life, what would you call your greatest fear? Right now. If you were to choose just one.

I think.

The only one that really the first thing that came to mind, so I'm just going to go with that is is the fear of success.

Hmm.

What will that mean for me? What would that change? Will I. Will I change? Will I. What will that do for my family? I'm a big, big fan of work life balance. So even even working with my coach right now, my biggest month last month, and he and I are like, he's like, OK, Lois, let's just pull back a little bit. Let's just make sure you're still on the right kind of like a little course correction. Right. You know, and just making sure that it doesn't change me, that my family and I still have that that balance that I said earlier, that I I'm an eternal optimist and believing in that and sharing that with other people and pouring into other people's lives that don't lose sight of yourself. And yet there's that there's that little bit of fear of like, what will that make of me? Will it change me?

Oh, wow. That's powerful because. Oh, goodness. Hmm. That's the.

I'm actually writing notes.

Yeah, I will be ashamed to admit that I was I was actually I connected with my therapist today and I said, I need your help.

I want to always be loess. I always want to be me. So.

A beautiful thing. And so I was kind of going down that road. Jenny, how do you pronounce her last name in Hakl Road? Yeah, she's an amazing woman. We had a lot of similarities. I'm MLP certified. She's heavy in the mindset and tools and techniques. I watched her demonstrate on stage. She's amazing. And all of these things that we're talking about, limiting beliefs, fear and the fact that you said the fear of success and I had a different internal representation of what I thought you were going to say.

But what will that make of me? Oh. Oh, some others are going. Yeah, but if I'm successful, I don't know how I'm going to handle all the growth in the wealth and the scale and, you know, the, the material things. But you were thinking, I don't want to change me. But one of the great things we found was that money only magnifies who you already are. And so you're just going to be. So your lowest one point right now.

And when you get wealth times one hundred or two hundred or a thousand or ten thousand, you're going to be lowest to point out in a great way. So who you are today, you're going to be magnified. That's another reason I hope wealth showers upon you so that we can have that magnificent version 2.0, 3.0 and above of you.

And I would for you and me looking at you, I'd say, don't you dare worry about that. Ain't going to be a problem with you because you're aware of it.

That tells everybody right there it's not going to happen. And, you know, there might be a little blip on the radar where a little moment of ego may set in. You know what? I it be happy with it.

Give yourself a pat on the back and then you'll you'll know it and then you'll learn to move on while somebody just typed in a whole bunch of gibberish. That's funny. And then. Oh yeah. Richard was saying scary the way we connected with the media. Yes. Sure would want to become famous. Someone spamming. That's what they're doing. Wonderful. I don't know that's coming from. All right. So. Goodness sakes, I can't believe I don't like this, we get down to the end, we have a couple of wonderful things to give away and we have a little bit of time left. So there's always one question I like to leave in parting Loess with each and every wonderful successful entrepreneurs such as yourself. And it's it's a very powerful and deep question and it can be actually a little personal as well. And so it's just a great, phenomenal way to end every show. And I just I'm so intrigued by all the responses that I've gotten in one hundred twenty plus shows before thus far. And I can't wait to spring it upon you.

But before I do, I promised everyone that stuck with us live that they could enter to win one night, stay at a five star resort of their choosing, all compliments of, you guessed it, the big insider secrets up there on the upper right of your screen.

And here is how you enter. And just a moment, what I'm going to do is tell you that.

Both Lois and I give you permission to take your gaze away from the screen ever so briefly to get out your smartphone and what you want to do is bring up your text messaging app and do that right now, because that is how you're going to enter to win.

If you're watching the screen, simply go to that messaging app and where you would actually type in the name of the person you're going to text rather than do that type in this phone number. And that is three one four six six five one seven six seven. As Lois enters the very information I hope you are entering, that is three one four six six five one seven six seven. I literally have guests one win in the past. It's completely random. Everyone is eligible. And then where you type in the message, that would be that bottom part normally where you would put in the emojis, those kind of things.

No emojis just type in these two words that are separated by a hyphen or a dash. First word is peak PIAC and then you have the dash and then vacation. So peak dash vacation, tap the send button and don't put your phone away because you will be given additional instructions to get you completely entered into this giveaway. You'll be asked for your email address and I believe that's it. I don't remember there's anything else. Your phone number will be already part of it. So just do that. Do that right away and then we're going to.

Ask our wonderful Lois Cuffy to share this amazing, incredible gift that she's about to share with you. I am I'm literally excited about this, Lois.

And so what I'm going to do is pull it up on the screen and let you take it away. Here we go.

Yeah, and your timing is perfect because, again, it's my anniversary month, it's I'm not quite Oprah yet. I'm my own version of Oprah, but I love giving away gifts. And I have this course it's you talked about gosh, I wish we had more time. Well, here's the good news, guys. I have a three hour course on this building and it goes through the mindset. I talk about how I overcame my fears. What did I come up with for my first email campaign, my Welcome campaign? Going through the whole inner workings of that. I talk about building an audience, building a tribe and giving value and how to do that with excellence and how to generate leads mostly through Facebook and LinkedIn. So if you're on Facebook and LinkedIn and you're like, oh my gosh, I don't want to get Facebook, shut me down, that happened. I had a client who is shut down completely on Facebook. They lost all of their contacts and they didn't have a CRM, they didn't have any email campaign list. And now they now they do. People really, really, I believe, have got to have an email list looking for the future. So this is a fifteen hundred dollar value, three hour course, plus some some bonus episodes. I'm actually going to probably add some more stuff here in the next week just because I'm always learning, I'm always growing. And like I shared autobiographically, I think I and a lot of ways I'm only six or 12 months ahead of a lot of you who don't have a list. So remember, I didn't have that. So I'm just a few miles ahead of you and you can catch up with me. Get your running shoes on, take this course and boom, you could be monetizing your email list as early as next week.

So go to that website and check it out so that that website, for those of you that might be listening on podcasts audibly is w w w dot list build with Lois, dot com list, build with Lois Dotcom. And don't forget the w w w on this one to make sure he comes up fun and it's up on the screen for those of you that are watching us live or perhaps later during the recording and also shoot it out there in the comments to all the folks watching on social media. I literally did this before the show started. I went in and so you just click on this sign up here at no cost and fill out this quick form. And the beautiful thing is there it is phone number that will help to ensure that you get that email because you'll be able to in the future text you and let you know, hey, I sent you an email. Be sure to pick it up. If you if you didn't see that, check your spam and promotion folder, a new folder that Gmail so wonderfully put out there. That's a spam, Jer, is my opinion. But, yeah, definitely go there, fill out your information. Here's everything you need is here. Video. You just heard it from her. Here's here's my thing. I didn't even read this stuff when we were talking a half hour before the show. And she was telling me basically what she just told you. I was already typing my information and I didn't need to read all of this. It's knowing what a kind of what kind of person she is, knowing the value she brings, the quality of the empathy, the caring she has. It's a no brainer. There's I don't need to read a word on a website. Just give me that. Where do I opt-in. I don't care of thing.

So there is a limited time. So the deadline is really by November twenty. First, I want to just clarify that. But, you know, if you if you guys listen to this later, pass that date, reach out to me, contact me. And I'm happy for anybody that tuned in to this show and authentically saw value. You can absolutely reach out to me. And I'll also give that to you past that day.

And do you know what? Be respectful of those of you that do reach out to her. And you know what? By then I would honestly put it back to the fifteen hundred dollars or more price point and maybe just give them a coupon code and give them a percentage off as as time goes on, if they mention this show name. But don't wait six months and go back to here. You said on a show that I watched that that was recorded six months ago. I get it for free. So give it to me now. It's not going to work that way. So just be respectful. And literally, if she does have a price tag next to it, it's going to be worth whatever price she puts on it. Just pay it. It's that simple. I mean, how many times I've spent tens of thousands of dollars on courses, on both in-person courses and online courses. And I have I do have some regrets, but very few, because you if you vet the people before you go through it, then your odds of success are much greater and being disappointed, much less so.

And I learned I found a mentor personally and he kept having these additional courses to go to originally had a bunch of them and I went through them all. And then he added more as he went on. And I just said, take my money already. I can't wait because the results is what it's all about. Look at the results. What is that worth to you? So like you just said, you got a thousand in how many days? It was just ten days or something after. In only three days, you went from one hundred two thousand and three days and think about that, if you were able to make one dollar off of every one of those and she charge you a thousand dollars for her her course, you just made your money back if you made two dollars. Well, her, of course, is probably going to be fifteen hundred dollars. So you'll make two dollars off everybody on average. And that's all you have to do, provide an e-book with the list you can easily make raise money to now invest into courses that will expand your business even further as you go down. My goodness, I just got to stop talking.

I get excited and passionate about this stuff. And there it is on the screen one more time with that list filled with Lois Dotcom. Be sure to go there. And then after you've done that, go take a visit to her actual main website. It's lowest coffee COFI dotcom and be sure to contact and connect with her. There is what is the best way for people to connect with you lot since I just brought that up?

Yes. If they want to email me Lois at Lois CofI dot com, it's right. Same same thing. Otherwise it will go to my website and they can sign up on my podcast page to be Welcome in and receive my episodes and reminders and every every week.

All right, let's see. Oh, I thought you were seeing it and I'm putting it up on the screen thinking, oh, you're going to tell me where that is. But I didn't have it up on the screen. So where would that be on the site?

Yeah. So you see at the top there, it says podcasts. Click on that.

Oh, right. On the main one. Yeah. There you go. And voila.

And it's going to come there as well. So they're going to get they're going to get the other opportunity to also sign up. It's the same thing. It redirects to let's build as low as I can. But if they scroll down, they scroll down. I could get rid of that. And then you can opt in right there to receive my email campaign.

Oh, you know, we've got to go another hour because I'm glad you brought that up.

And seriously, it could be a bad example if you if you didn't receive my Welcome email campaign, which is what you're also going to learn about in my course. So, in fact, you'll have your first five emails done if you take that course. So it's it's pretty, pretty awesome.

So take the course, opt in to her, email her options and watch and learn what she does. Don't just ingest it as a student or somebody is looking to to absorb the information, but do it as a student where you learn, OK, how did she do that? OK, what is the next email? But it's all I'm sure all of us and of course do this with other people as well, like Frank Kern. What are the subject lines they use? You know, look at the best of the best as well that have made this guy. How much is his email? It's just it's in the millions. And he understands how to do all this at a very deep level as well as well as you do. And so always be looking at it from a business owners viewpoint and saying, all right, let me reverse engineer this. How they do that with her, you don't have to. She gives you the course. She's going to show you step by step, take advantage of that before November 21st of twenty twenty. Just to be clear where we're sitting here, because this podcast will be out there later. So appreciate that.

So, you know, we have this other question I wanted to ask you. And I have been working. I've been waiting.

I'm not forgetting. No way am I going to forget that. So here's the thing, Lois, with this question. It is it is kind of deep. It is thought provoking and it can be personal. But here's the thing. There is no such thing as a wrong answer. In fact, the opposite is true, the only correct answer is your answer. That's the only thing that makes it personal. It's not like a deep personal type thing. And some that I've asked this question of, they take a moment to ponder, others get it immediately. Some may take a minute or two. Whatever it is is perfect for you because it's your answer. So now that you're completely relaxed and you're watching the watch going back and forth. That's right. Are you ready for the big question? All right, here we go. Lowest coffee.

How do you define. Success.

It's so funny, that's the question, because I taught a college course at the MBA level called transformational success for. For me, success can evolve with time and the older that I've as, I've gotten older. For me, success is really when I put my head on the pillow at night, do I feel good about that day and did I do my best with free from judgment and just being really authentic to myself? And I think being able to reflect on that day, it's ever, ever changing and evolving. But that's my answer. You know, nothing's more exciting, nothing sexy. But I think it's transformational and it can evolve over time.

Well, I beg to differ. It was both exciting and sexy because it's different, different than any other guest. This is why I found this is the amazing part, is that no two of my guests yet have answered the same way. That is what I love about this question. It is it is personal. Like, it just you just proved it. But I love it. You're right. You're so right that success does evolve over time when you when you and I were 20. What is success mean to us then? Is it the same as it is now? I'll guarantee you, we're both shaking her head emphatically. Yeah. And it does change. And you said it even better where it changes daily, nightly when you put your head on the pillow. And really, that is it. I mean, we're growing every day. We're aging every day. Our bodies are changing. Our minds are changing. Our environment is changing. Everything's changing. So is our definition of success, isn't it? That was deep. I love it. And if you don't mind, Loizzo, I'm going to be compiling a book of all of these answers into a book called How Do You Define Success? And I'll be asking your permission when that time comes. But I hope you're OK with getting more exposure by having your name in that book as well.

Amazing, because I am one of the courses I sell is actually it's the transformational success course that I taught at the MBA level at Concordia University. So it fits right in alignment with that data. So we can be on that.

If you want all over that, all over it lets people call your people. That would be me calling you and you calling me.

I know. I know you're you have an affinity for the phone, so I won't send somebody else to talk to you so well. Oh, my goodness. You've been such a gem. Phenomenal. I appreciate you. Just incredible value. Incredible nuggets. I mean, I'm running the show, directing, producing, starring all that good stuff. And I'm taking notes, too. And so I never ask folks to do what I wouldn't do myself. And I love what I get to do because of people like you. So thank you so very, very much for coming on the show this evening.

My pleasure. Thank you for having me. Thanks, everyone, for tuning in.

All right. That is it for this episode of The Mind Body Business Show until next week. I'm your host, Brian Kelly.

I'll see you then be blessed and take care of one. Can I?

Thank you for tuning in to the mind body business show podcast at w w w dot the mind body business show doc.

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Lois Koffi

Lois Koffi is just one of a few hundred certified 12 Week Year Trainers in the world. As a recovering workaholic who has worked from home for the last 13 years - she has excelled in setting and keeping healthy boundaries, learned how to say NO, and make more money in less time by mastering the principles she teachers her clients.

She lives in Southern California with her family while growing a global business, has a podcast and loves helping her clients create six figures from home

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