225: If You Can Believe It, You Can Achieve It, LIVE Podcast

225: If You Can Believe It, You Can Achieve It, LIVE Podcast


What’s up gang
we’re hanging out doing some Facebook liveing and yes podcasting
so stand by here I’m gonna be doing some actual separate recording on the really
good audio you guys are just going off of Facebook live audio but today we’re
gonna be doing a live Facebook episode with my boy here Jeremy I’m a new
boy actually, so uh stand by and we are going to do a professional intro for the actual
podcast recording this is a show that are in the airing in the next couple of
weeks but this guy’s a pretty motivational inspirational person and if
you want to hang out on this wonderful Saturday morning with us you can learn
more about him along with me because I don’t know much about him yet either and
we’re gonna learn about him together so stand by guys alright good day good
evening ladies and gentlemen welcome back to another LIVETHEFUEL show so
today I am recording live yes we are live in a not so beautiful day it’s a
fall day let’s just let’s just go with that it’s Fall here in northeastern
Pennsylvania we’re sitting outside of the a very nice grocery store chain
called the Wegmans they got this really really nice patio and we decided to take
advantage of that we were gonna actually record inside of a Starbucks but the
gentleman joining me today because we always bring on guest co-host for the
show you’re gonna have to catch me up once I’m done your intro menu and how
the heck we even got connected but I started looking at his profile and what
he’s doing this guy happens to be local I think he lives maybe 15-20 minutes for
me and he’s very into the motivational inspirational world he’s even got a fun
little book to share with us today as well so he’s also an author a little
hint I’m actually working on a book right now so maybe he could teach me a
few things live on the show since I’m a rookie. Without further ado though welcome to the show our latest new guest co-host
Jeremy Vermeulen. thank you Scott I appreciate the great introduction in
there I’ll be more than happy to catch you up
with how we actually got hooked up together get refreshment I meet too many
people’s overwhelming I apologize that’s all right
so I have actually been following you for quite a while now on your Instagram
LIVETHEFUEL and then I also started to following you on your
Scott Mulvaney so you see a lot of bacon on the Scott Mulvaney one. Yes, alot of meat, which is not a bad thing thanks to the eggs and bacon but yeah I started following
you and saw you were doing a podcast for a while and I said you know what here’s a
guy that’s you know got a good message got a good following you know he’s got
some loyal people at that follow him and I said I think I’ll talk with him and see
if what I talk about mixes with what his audience and stories
looking for so well I mean it’s kind of funny you bring it up you’re just at the
end there you said I will hope the I can connect with the audience and for most
of the people who followed me and listen I’m not perfect there’s no such thing as
perfection let’s put this out there right now but I try and portray a
motivational inspirational message whenever possible mm-hmm if you talk to
my fiancee once in a while I get a little frustrated with with life and
that happens I think we’re all human but I try and reset that back to life is
short we really try and drive positive change for people and help them create
results I think a lot of people including myself years ago we do get
impatient we do get short with ourselves we’re not allowing the necessary amount
of time for the positive change to come to fruition mm-hmm and so yeah I don’t
think you’re gonna have a problem with that because for me looking at your
content what you’ve done like you’ve already beaten me to the punch you’ve
come out with a book let’s go ahead and show that off on the other Facebook live
here guys check this out he’s got a book so my happiness journey eight guiding
principles to a happy life so make sure you check that out is that on Amazon I
mean yes that is on Amazon right everything’s on Amazon yeah you
don’t exist unless you’re on Amazon I’m just throwing it out there
but yes yeah so I’m working on my book and I’m excited by that because we’re
tying this to the audience right the live the fuel audience does that get
shared later and then obviously we’ll be airing this podcast show with all the
great audio in the next two weeks I try and stay within two weeks of fresh
content and it’s been a while since I’ve been able do a fresh live podcast
actually so yeah actually since you follow us you familiar with the local
sports psychologist Megan yes I follow her also
so she next thing this morning and yesterday about trying to get more live
so she’s got a new local office right down the road here so I gotta get you
guys hooked up because sports psychology positive reinforcement positive coaching
motivation inspiration I think you to actually try and talk to athletes as
well as regular everyday kids yeah I actually coach youth basketball so okay
yes okay a lot of what I do at independent facilities and organizations
I do this every basketball season three like I’m always reinforcing all these
positive things and not trying to you know things go bad and you know
on the core in life and trying to reinforce that you know up get back with
the team you do what you’re doing and eventually you get better and those
little mistakes don’t happen as often yeah I think when we’re youth because I
had played basketball for a while I Drive back baseball a little while and
then I got into martial arts and I think martial arts was like the last youth
sport that I stayed with all right and no offense to my youth coaches I think
they just my sensei’s did a much better job trying to instill in us you know the
form the technique the skillset but the patience as well but yes they want you
to progress but I just I have a lot of respect to really really good dojos
really good for our schools who teach you that and right I think that really
from my parents perspective I was a very high-energy child and very impatient
with my progress and I don’t think the basketball and baseball coaches when I
was a kid probably were able to keep up with all of that I never come across
that stuff – oh yeah I mean just last last winter season I had a young man he
he was harder on himself than I ever would be and he would get so frustrated
he gets so angry of himself and it’s like listen just the fact it’s okay you
know so not everybody oh you’re on you’re kind of on this level you got
some kid you know it’s people on your team that on this level you got to
understand who you’re playing with what’s your average age group many kids
13 to 15 year olds oh man it’s like your early teens man yeah you’re in like a
sweet spot yes it sweet spot and I get in the developmental age where they’re
where they’re starting to learn who they are and what they are but they’re also
at that age because I remember being 13 14 15 years old and my parents didn’t
know anything I was one of those kids like don’t tell me I don’t know I I
gotta listen to you but I know it’s not I wasn’t dealing with thought I knew
everything no any any news watching this speed yes
you don’t know everything sorry yeah yeah you you definitely don’t
but we want to pretend that we do and you know luckily I’m able to come down
to their level so to say with being able to how to talk to them and how to
understand them yeah so they are able to respect how I what I say and what we do
even if they don’t agree with it they at least respect it and they perform every
once in a while you get a kid that’s like you know and doesn’t but then the
rest of the team gets on them because they’re all there they all want to get
to that next level so they bring that kid back in so well actually but you
leave it at that I don’t know what the age-old quote the age-old statement is
but from the coaching world or the team sports world I highly recommend that all
youth go through some form of sports you don’t have to be the most amazing
athlete ever but no I think it’s really important that through team sports you
do learn the importance of it’s not all about you
right oh yeah and I like to remember I’ll be honest I can remember when I was
a kid one of my baseball teams the son of the coach right and the son of the
coach kind of like had you could tell he was being treated differently than
everybody else right and sometimes that’s done in the right way and
sometimes just in the wrong way so long story short the point is is that the
team is only as strong as the weakest link so yes you’re always gonna have
elite athletes or maybe some people that are rising above the rest but it’s also
the team’s responsibility along with the coach
feel to help bring them up with you oh yeah and a lot of times I think mistakes
are made where they kind of let that kid be the bencher is that it that’s the old
term throwing out there like ah I’m on the bench yeah I don’t know what are
your thoughts on that because this this applies in business and the professional
space to not just use for us this carries into a dolmen so that yeah
definitely I mean to be honest I don’t let any kid ever feel like they are the
weak link like I I identify which kids are strong
and which skills you know I got a really good dribbler I got a really good
shooter some kids maybe have two three good skill you know really good skills
but what I identify as a coach I say okay this kids we can this are he’s we
can now let’s get him a little extra practice and this skill
let’s make him work a little bit harder let’s have his teammates encourage him
along with my encouragement to let them know they can do you know I never let a
kid feel like they’re not worth just because they’re not good at one
particular thing because everybody has value in the sports you know I mean look
at dinner from who go to the professional sports minutes rodman
wasn’t a squeegee athlete yes he was by no means a scorer but he had the
greatest value because of his defense and ability to rebound in the game okay
you know so he was on it that’s yes sir so if you can find so if I have a kid
like that I’m like okay he’s not my score and I’m not gonna tell I’m not
gonna be like okay listen you’re not gonna score all the points when you get
a chance to take the shot you know take the shot when you got the chance but
you’re a heck of a rebound you’re a heck of a defender and that’s what your team
needs like i reinforce the things that they’re really good on and try and work
on the things that are not I like that because multiple times on the show
there’s a great book anybody watching this or living and listening this in the
youtube world the podcast wrote once all this goes live
it’s truly one of my top favorite books strengths finder 2.0 I think the author
is uh is it Tom McGrath I think it’s Tom oh my god yeah so
you’ve used it oh yeah I use it with my clients because I I think I did that
book God must be almost five years ago now but the whole point of the book is
you have to buy it you can’t like go on Amazon sometimes
you find it used you need it new there’s your hack because they give you a
special code in the book it’s a one-time used code and it gets you access to the
website and all other algorithms all the questions you have to answer but long
story short it spits out your top five strengths and whether I think this is
something to be taught down in the youth more from what you’re hinting on here
right because throughout life we realized wait a minute there’s just
things that are just naturally are gonna be the weaknesses but there’s these
things that you bring to the table that nobody else brings and if you could find
out about that sooner and amplify those strengths and that’s what you leave with
because then you as a coach for example or a manager or an owner of a business
cuz it great oh these ranks well then why am i sticking them in this position
yeah if they’re naturally gonna flow better in this business so have you ever
used like content like the strengths finder with you that all yet or is that
more of an adult type thing I haven’t really I mean I use it as a coach to
identify kid strengths yeah and where they’re weak but I have not actually
used it in any speaking platforms okay with the with kids yeah most of my
speaking when I go out to youth organizations or even mental health
facilities like outpatient mental health facilities I’m telling them about my
story yeah things that are you know what’s it what this book is about okay
so I’m telling them that and how I fought
against those thing yeah and I we want to transition into that because there’s
always a backstory behind every guest co-host and this is a good segue because
I at least wanted people to get at least a little snippet of where are you at
today what are you doing today so clearly we hit on the youth sports I do
want to dig back into some of the mental health component because I want to get
you connected with dr. Megan cannon who’s our regular sports psychologist I
think you guys could connect up well on this but let’s go ahead and get into
daily why the book man like I’m learning this now that I’ve been talking about
writing a book for two years and it’s been in my head for a long time and then
you keep talking about it you talk about a player decide you put it aside mm-hmm
I’m sure you got some stories here so it’s like what what finally made you
take action and say dude it’s time to put out the book what’s the backstory
behind it all right so I mean in this for everybody out there Facebook land
watching you all have a book inside you what that book is going to be nobody
knows but you but you all have a book inside you in high school in that you
know English I absolutely dreaded English class like I am neither but then
for some reason everything English related in college I crushed it I
excelled in math in high school and then crush I don’t get it it completely
flipped I’ll keep going but I ya know so the whole writing a book thing
never thought it because I was like you know what regular college is not for me
a two-year four-year degree at you know Community College going on regular
college that’s not me like I want to go to school want to get a degree and I
don’t have to write papers because I don’t like writing I’m not a grammar
person on you know okay he’s not one of your strengths no definitely not one of
my strengths but then when I went through what I went through realize that
my experience is just talking about him isn’t really enough you know going out
talking about it encouraging other people that you know what you’re going
through these hard balls are not like that when did you start going out and
talking about it it’s kind of exciting that we’re sorry how long ago was that
just started talking going out to facilities about 2015 okay so about
three years ago out three years ago I’ve been doing that so going doing that and
seeing how that was impactful to people that were going through some hard times
in their lives I said I have to put this into an actual physical form like I need
to be able to reach more people because you’re only gonna reach so many people
through YouTube through speaking through Facebook all these different social
media avenues and live things what’s another way that I can reach him so I
said I gotta write a book okay and that was scary
that was scary I’m with you because you got to embrace your fears that embrace
your fears very very much so and I said well how do I even start like how do I
start this I just opened my computer up and said okay just write just start
writing put something on paper on the computer that’s the beginning you got me
be dude I went out and bought like the nice journals this is like three years
ago journals and then I wrote like two pages and then stopped that guy was on a
business trip and didn’t write it again and then I never I still have it it’s
sitting on my desk right now so it’s funny how like you set the goals you
start doing stuff and then depending on where you’re at
it’s like do I really want to like really keep going from there
or did you hit the pauses I hit a lot of pauses I’m gonna be I’ll be honest let’s
keep it real heat losses get real I did I hit a lot of pauses I would set goals
I’d be like okay my goal is write a paragraph a week so I
do that for maybe a month and then a let life gauge I’d ever do a word count like
what’s what’s a paragraph you didn’t kiss I just want to visually see the
paragraph okay it was a paragraph I say whatever my thought is get that thought
on and that’ll be like a paragraph or maybe it’s just six seven sentence
is try and get on I tried to try and do a paragraph I thought paragraph it was
my throat so a common statement I say on the podcast in the past over the past
few months I’ve been coming out more and more maybe it’s the fitness background
your coach is you started putting in the reps yeah clearly a short cycle but
you’re not doing a lot but you start at least saying great maybe it’s just a
paragraph before you even get to a page or even get to a chapter I like this
that’s why I wanted calls on these things these are important life tips
yeah yeah in that and that’s a very good when you’re doing something you’ve got
to give yourself little incremental pieces to achieve because when we
achieve those little things then achieving this huge goal that you have
like my huge goal is to completely finish the book I was able to do that
much easier than if I were to said okay written sit down and write a chapter
that would have been daunting no I can’t do that
I can do that now but we’ll get into that later but I mean I’ll throw some
little tips in on that but yeah no I was not completing a full chapter so so that
was my goal initially I’d hit a pause life would get in the way you know
family things whatever maybe yeah and then I mean like I haven’t written in
like two weeks but the heck so I’d agree do the same
goal okay get back and get these sentence get this paragraph in how did
you know that you didn’t write it I get to just these are little things I’m
hearing like in two weeks like did you have any kind of like signs or any kind
of post-its or anything to remind you like when you walk into your office like
me I’ve got I’ve got three different colors of post-it tabs but like one of
them I only have one color specifically dedicated to the book that when I come
back into my office if I haven’t done with a book in a while and I happened to
look at my to-do list I have a dry erase board stuff but I’ll put that one
post-it up there it’s like oh that hot pink one you got have you got it you got
to do some writing do some footwork so the funny thing now the way that my mind
works is I constantly think about the things that I should be doing
and then when I don’t do them it eats at me a little bit oh so I got yourself
indulge guilt yeah or something yeah I kind of guilt myself into doing things
at times it’s not a bad thing but it’s not a really the best thing it would be
better if I kept much more organized as far as keeping track like okay you wrote
it here but I could always go back to because any time I opened up my laptop
it had a date in which to last on my axis like that file okay like my MacBook
the way that I have my my pages program set up that it’ll tell me the last time
I was in there so I see oh wow so Sam I wind owes guy still so I don’t have
these Mac features yeah I’m sorry guys I’m a Big Mac purse okay all right very
crude people use Mac’s it’s a pink so so you know and I always keep a mental note
like some for some reason that’s just the way my mind works I mentally love
things that I mean working on or doing so I always was able to keep track of
that so I would go away for two weeks and it would eat it like you’re not
doing it you’re not doing if I aren’t doing it and then your brain comes in
the emotion and you start making excuses for well I had this to do and I had this
to do I don’t have the time and I would fight that so for about a good year I
was fighting myself on writing sentences writing and getting a paragraph in
and then last year I made it ultimate goal I said okay entity your hashtag
ultimate goal you got a hashtag you exist
yeah we’re gonna use that but yeah I said a definitive ultimate goal I said
end of the year you gotta have it completed you gotta have it ready to use
you hard-lined it yes I put a heart I drew a hard line in the sand and said I
don’t have it done by then and that’s let’s date this at the end of 2017 yes
because people that this is this is evergreen content once this podcast goes
up like people are gonna hear this two years from now so yeah so end of 2017 I
had to have it done okay and then when I set that date I did not waver from
getting onto my laptop in putting something on that on at least I was
almost on there a daily basis but every week I made sure that I was on there and
how far did I get okay I got this much more right yeah how hard do I have to
push myself to get to this deadline and I actually never finish it early I
finished two weeks early well you set a hard line yeah something I found with a
lot of overachievers especially athletic minded people is that when you hardline
a goal it don’t eat more often than not you actually will fight the
procrastination factor and then like you’re gonna hustle and you’re gonna get
that done and that’s awesome you did it for yourself like this was actually your
goal mm-hm and a lot of us have our goals but sometimes like we’re doing it
for other people yeah and this is a great tip though for like setting goals
for yourself and hard lining it and then giving yourself that reward of like dude
I got done two weeks ahead of schedule or maybe a month ahead of schedule
because in you that’s more like positive feeling more happiness yeah absolutely
it is when I finished that I looked I talked about this that I’m done
I finished it you know I can’t believe it I actually have it all the way done
yeah and then I said oh what do I gotta do now that’s a did you did you uh cuz
I’m gonna try and self publish so did you stop publish yes I did I did it
right through well Amazon used to they’ve kind of got rid of that the
company need to do it was great space I kinda sucked it into Katy be
publishing okay is there Kindle direct publishing now yeah so that’s how they
do it but yeah I think we have form because I’m in I’m gonna private like
author’s coaching community that’s helping me accelerate my timeline it was
a 90-day program so alright yeah I set some hardline goals like literally I’m I
already have 25,000 words done alright so I know what tell me they told me like
Oh 18 to 25 you’re good you could stop if you wanted to and I’m like yeah let
me finish like two more chapters and then cuz I start to go back and edit
right I mean you where this is this podcast is not necessarily about editing
and authoring but that’s another whole process you have to go through but I do
love this so you did is this the whole concept where when you launch on Amazon
it’s the on-demand thing so when people buy then literally gets printed or yeah
so there’s no like you’re not having to is great hack people people are afraid
to write a book the old way of traditional publishing
yes gotta pay for somebody books and everything else but your case these were
because people buy it in and order them they’re being printed on demand Amazon
Barnes & Nobles nice other third-party vendors nice and it’s all purchase they
print it and then they ship it what’s the average timeline the turnaround like
if I will on Amazon didn’t get it on Bryant it’s go on Amazon now okay here
we’ll give you some facial recognition again there you go my happiness journey
okay so get on Amazon but uh so if I order that today or they order it today
how long till he get it if they primary can get in in two days that
thing is getting printed did they tell you they gotta have someone stand by
that or something right no they they also it’s they in when I read everything
it says print you know print ship through I’m gonna order extra copies of
your book because I’m doing this system for my book so I got a see yeah see I’m
a test I have to test everything so make it extra copies a book and give him some
my I have a couple of really close look at followers or shout out to the Strauss
er project and yeah shout-out to endurance that’s right endurance would
get some endurance would from my boy James will tag these guys in the show
because they’re locals just like Jeremy is and they’re both hustling the side
hustles while they work for the companies so about anyway one guys like
an amazingly craftsman of wood I mean which is funny he’s not the endurance
who would guide and then he’s well guy he’s actually an engineer so it’s
interesting just come together you guys just come together and start a business
okay just just there’s a little hint this little coaching tip anyway back to
you so why did you title it my happiness journey then it was that title already
in place as you were writing the book where did that come later no I actually
had the the beginning title not the subtitle but I had the beginning title
my happiness journey from the beginning okay it’s kind of me to already having
titles so I look at life as a journey and we all have one we’re all living
that journey every day and mine was trying to find happiness
through some of the adversity that I had faced and I’m still on that journey that
journey hasn’t ended I’m still looking for ways to increase not only my
happiness but happiness to my kids the happiness of my wife bringing happiness
and joy into other people’s lives so that’s something I had to learn in the
past few years that I always try and give back to others I do a lot of
charity work but you just hit it at the wife and the kids right I don’t we’re
not having kids my fiance and I have figured out that it is we are going to
be the selfish people some people call it that but we’ve created the freedom so
I can do more brothers in other areas by not becoming parents we’re it’s gonna be
the super cool aunts and uncles because that way when the kids get annoying I
can give it back I love that I love that idea
but we can still give back and be cool and snuggles right you can give back to
the clans and uncles you can hype them up on sugar or whatever it’s part of my
brand no sugar people yeah stop it but you know that’s what the the the non
anti sugar but you know and I think that’s great you know
everybody has their own thing that this is me and wife and kids was always in my
picture yeah picture yeah that’s that’s so that’s good because we should find
our own path we should I was a bachelor for many many years and
as my fiance that’s a statement that you ladies sometimes use what do you come
across guys like maybe here that I owe you sooner than a married guy with kids
still hears that no okay mother we’ll have to talk about that on the line yeah
but anyway so yes I was not very well trained I had not been in a lot of
relationships in my life I spent many many years being single in the bachelor
so yes she’s been training me and and I think I’m getting better at it because
what I’m still engaged and we’re getting married next year I think I’m moving
progress yeah but to your point it’s like right now we found out our dog has
cancer so and she’s a veterinary doctor so she knows and you got some recent
good news I’m not gonna get into it but there’s still gonna be some stuff we
have to do but Calvin the coon hound is basically our our kid right so I told
her point-blank I’m like whatever we got to do I was like if you want to spend
money just try and save him and get a couple more years I don’t care I can
always make more money mm-hmm I never would have said that years ago right it
was like oh i opening thought in the past two weeks i’m intrigued to see what
your thoughts are on that because like you’ve created other life i mean you and
your wife have brought children into this world and it’s like i think i’m
getting a chill thinking about it besides the fact that it’s kind of cold
out today but it’s what do you think about that like when you hear stuff like
that with what you’ve done and what you’ve created and and you being a
parent it’s like you’ve died like if this epiphany where it’s like dude it’s
not all about you yeah and I’ve done that to charity when
this was different so I mean we have two cats okay so from the loving animals and
stuff like it’s funny because I will curse my cats because that’s my cat
don’t say they they leave these things called hair balls wherever they decide
to put them so dogs so nothing Ethan and any Kaufman later
or something – no not cast no at least not ours thank goodness they really
can’t hacking a hairball thing because they lick themselves so much yes but so
at times I cursed my cats but I also don’t want to see them go my kids love
these animals and as a parent going to you know how you’re experiencing with
your with your dog Calvin Calvin the Coon hounds yeah I’ll make her down
today so there is nothing that I wouldn’t do for my kids there’s nothing
that I wouldn’t sacrifice for them there are sacrifices I’m making in my life to
give them a better life than and not to say that I had a bad life but something
different than I have so it’s one of those things where regardless of what’s
a human life and an animal’s life once you make that connection
there’s nothing you won’t do that for them because you their lives are almost
more important than yours hmm yeah I mean they’re not but because you want to
be around for them but they almost become more important well so these have
you ever talked to they better to meet my fiancee she’ll tell you oh yeah
Calvin comes first mm-hmm he was there first I came but it
is a cool Epiphany mm-hmm to get to that place and it’s very eye-opening and it’s
a I think it’s it emotionally opening they like it flips a whole different
mental trigger oh yeah well Mike well my kids hurt
mentally or physically it’s it’s hard it takes it takes a toll on me and my wife
yeah you know because we don’t want them to feel yeah you know pain we know they
have to but we don’t want that’s the power of pets as well as they may once
you can tap they can they know they know when you’re not happy or you’re upset
like he he’s much more normally he just like leave me alone then she could he
can he’ll tell that she’s upset mm-hmm he’s right there right he he
colors and he doesn’t normally cut he’s a ten year old Coon down 90 pounds of
trust that’s not his style he’s like you just let me do my thing but Calvin the
bachelor all of a sudden becomes Calvin the cuddler so anyway like that’s like
you guys were your kids like but then there’s the emotional drain from that
because there is an energy transfer happening I think if we won’t call the
healing process or whatever it is right you guys are trying to draw the pain
away from the kids which then in turn drains you guys yeah but that’s part of
the game it is and that’s why I find it so important that as parents we have our
own outlets you know I have coaching they have there’s a lie people evil I’m
hearing it okay so as a parent you we want to give everything to our kids you
know and it is dream but you have to have those times like I learned
from this I cannot remember the book I’m horrible remembering book names but
there was a book I read about marriage and relationships and the importance of
having a date night after you have kids no because it in charges you it allows
you to remember why you marry this person kind in the first place okay and
it’s it’s recharging the time’s up me and my wife have done it you know it
laughs we smile we because there’s no worry about how do we you know getting
my two-year-old into the end of the seat and having to not freak out because he
doesn’t want to sit in the high chair or my seven-year-old you’re just
reinforcing why it’s the same well I’ve on Facebook don’t care if I’m like but
yeah we keep going my seven-year-old fighting us with I want to have mac and
cheese and I don’t want her to have mac and cheese so it becomes a fight with
that you know it’s just us two two adults enjoying our life mac and cheese
is not dinner people it’s an accessory so it’s it’s it’s refreshing and it gets
you back from that mental drain of the kids back to being able to feel
recharged be able to fight them head on and and take away in a pain or suffering
that they feel you know and not be can continue to drain during dreams it’s
funny because you know I’ve realized that too it’s even though we don’t kids
but I think you know this whole transition with Calvin it’s been
draining emotionally more for her than it is for me but then I’m trying to be
there as well and support all that and even I have I think I’ve felt a little
frustration bottle bubble up aim-9 help guilty about it but it’s like then it’s
like well maybe we’re not as if attentive to each other in our normal
way because we’re distracted by this yeah so I’m just trying to be there let
her work through etc so district it’s very whatever
psychotherapy what are going to talk about it the point is that I’ve kind of
hinted a couple times like hey let’s try and work in a date night or something
for us because even I’m not saying distract from that yeah take a break
from it like it’s it’s you’re on all the time that’s what I’m here like your
go-go-go on all time parent parent parent super mom super dad then it’s
like okay God what about your love for each other two men soul great guys
mental breaks are important absolutely important to your mental health because
how I look at it this way how can I take care of my kids if I am mentally drained
I can’t I can’t I’m at a point where I’m struggling to take care of myself
mentally yeah how am I gonna take care of my how many parents do that a lot oh
yeah I’ve watched it through friends until and then sometimes unfortunately
it does reach a a breaking point and it should never go that far it’s like guys
I remind yourselves that if you’re trying to put out the best of you for
your kids your friends your company whatever it’s like if you’re not taking
care of yourself and portraying a healthy lifestyle how the hell are other
people supposed to benefit from you yeah because if you if you’re just running at
a half empty all the time or even half full all the time you’re not giving your
best self at all if you’re if you’re at a point where everything that your kid
does is annoying or frustrating you you’re probably time for a mental brief
okay okay so that’s not normal what is normal but yeah if you’re just pissed
off all the time it’s probably not a good sign yeah okay date night maybe go
to the shooting range if you’re in the guns or maybe you go do some paintball I
don’t know find some many time if you’re a single parent find some me-time
you’re happily married couple find some wheat ah yeah time that is just a
tequila DUI will you follow the show you know another local regular co-hosts
shout to Aaron’s spare old sports nutritionist check her out but she’s
regular on every month she’s a single mom like supermom but she’s also a
sports intern she has her own business so she’s got a run she’s gotta build her
brand build her customers health and fitness be the supermom yeah
but I’ll tell you you follow her on Instagram she’s always at the gym she
that’s part of her brand and her business but thank God she has that
because she needs that exercise outlet she needs to fuel her body and her mind
right with the right nutrition tying it all together guys like fuel your body
right take the right breaks give yourself some me time or your wheat
I like that the wheat I’m me and we like that so now you didn’t always know all
this stuff though no let’s be real he didn’t always know
all this stuff even before the book right as you said you tie this back guys
you dropped a hit a couple of times that you through the struggle you went
through yeah it’s just pre family this is pre family and family okay yeah cuz
like I want to make sure that if you’re okay with that wanna make sure this
comes into the show some people understand some of that backstory to get
people kind of reinvigorated at this point of so because we’re halfway
through the show it’s like guys like there’s always a backstory so why part
of that vulnerability right you didn’t always want to share this stuff but they
don’t know who’s changing right we all we all have ashamed until we build that
ability to embrace vulnerability I’ve talked a lot about this on the show with
myself yeah and it’s helped me grow closer with
my fiance mm-hmm I talked couple clowns shit Wow goes
well quick is they it literally led to a breakup because my head was so far up my
butt just want to leave it there we do this at times back to you
that’s guys are good at it I’m like a poster child of that so uh but let’s get
into your story there by why did you struggle man like what was up well and a
lot of my struggle didn’t have anything to do with what I was doing and had to
do with what was going on in my family okay now when you saved my family yes
this is pre kids this is this is when I was kid this was what I was a kid okay
your upbringing it said yes okay my dad I’ll never say anything bad about my dad
you know my dad dad was always there but when I was 8 years old my parents got
divorced okay that’s pretty normal that happens fully off the sad part and yet
it has gotten pretty normal yeah I try and recommend me do it younger for the
kids but just this mean I’m not a professional but I hear that out there
from professionals am I my oldest daughter I have a 20 year old daughter
she knees you have a 20 year old daughter yes I do right yeah look at you
all right I did not expect that father at 20 all right not exactly something I
planned on doing but hey I stepped up and I said wait we’re both 41 no I’m 40
okay I’ll get you buddy here they got me by a year it’s a competition at all yes
so because it didn’t work out between my oldest daughter in my and her but we
split up very early took a year and a half when we split up they’re going back
to here for the kids to adapt yes but when I was a kid said eight years old my
parents got divorced and what happens with a lot of divorced parents as they
stay close usually you know that way you can see both parents on a consistent
basis yeah my mom moved out to Washington
oh that’s like other side okay yeah yeah we yeah we were wait let’s check on our
live feed make sure he’s still going good but okay keep telling the story so
we me and my brother my younger brother we moved with my mom out to Washington
and you know that was kind of the start of a weird very weird journey in
childhood so to say because we didn’t see my dad for two years so eventually
became a point where my mom needed to send us to live with my dad but promised
to bring us back to live with her again but that didn’t happen so that’s what
kind of things got very different in my life because I had a stepmom then
because my dad got remarried okay and I was introduced to her when I first came
back here to live here in Howard you at that time ten okay I was 10 and I was
right before my 10th birthday and so that was well take 30 years off you
sleep again we’re not psychologist or psychiatrist
but would you say that this is a there any kind of psychological torture you
look back okay oh yeah when I look back I’m hearing like Tuggle wars going on oh
yeah when I when I look back on it not having my biological mother part of
my everyday life or even a consistent part of my life
weighed heavily on me because I have this woman who I absolutely love and
cherish now I had this my brother who is just as close to me as my my biological
brother but I didn’t want to leave me part of my life so it was a constant
internal struggle I want by that time you didn’t want them right I didn’t want
them to be yes as a kid I didn’t want them to be now I love you guys through
it through I wouldn’t replace you with anybody but at that time as a kid I
didn’t want them to be part of my life because all I wanted was my mom and I
to be together and I think that’s very common for kids you know they don’t want
to have separated parents no we envision that innocent mind you just want
everybody to be to get along be happy and yeah good way job I get it yeah so
in the fairytale world she my stepmother was neither queen my brother was these
horrible steps roller you know and I like this we’re kind of cinematic
experience here it’s a movie for the book or something so but and I had a lot
of anger issues and that stem from being disappointed because while phone calls
are great okay then you promise stuff the kids at an early age and you break
those promises as a parent we that it stings and scars
yeah yes so as far as you and I had a lot of scars had a lot of disappointment
a lot of self-worth problems yeah because I didn’t value myself because I
didn’t feel valued and loved by my mom you know as a kid that’s the one person
that you know besides a dad that we fish would always love us and always be there
for us I agree with that so a lot of scars a lot of anger issues and it used
to come out I used to have a really really bad temper and not that I got in
a lot of physical fights but you were yeah I act it out and
you know yes parents you know you get frustrated yeah that’s my parents I was
never a bad kid but sports helped because I could let that anger out on
the football field or on the basketball court you know I can let that
frustration kind of come out in a positive way but you know after kind of
overcoming the pains and the struggles not having her part of my life I got
depressed I had a depression wall you know and that was this was low post
family this is my now this now we’re talking about after I’ve been married
for three years now oh there’s a hole blown depression yeah
in until adulthood yeah what blown full-blown is it because you my lady
Celia was like unrecognized or you just had just stayed away and just there was
never I guess it brought to the forefront like why do you think it
waited so long to manifest to manifested that degree
I just never doubt okay so just get build it up yeah it just build up so I
always thought it was kind of weak in my own mind
to deal with emotions talk to people about the way you feel
do me talk about this all the time ahead I’m glad you’re bringing this up like I
had to pause on this like you now me now if guys are seeing this real men will
embrace their emotions will need to show strength through vulnerability would you
agree or disagree yeah it’s I don’t think it’s weak to show emotion there we
go all right and I’m sure we’ve got that up that quick while you continue well I
would cry I will cry it a good movie there we go
everyone smile I’ve done it Kristen looks at me and she’s like are you
crying and I’m like sorry it struck a nerve it doesn’t mean you’re weak
it’s all you do now if you’re walking around crying all the time you might
have a problem just saying but some other friends yes hold everything going
on but you know you put a movie on about families and something really like
heart-tugging yeah I’m gonna cry they see yeah that’s just me the last movie
that really gave me cries because me being a former hot shot out west one
firefighting they probably made a movie about the fall of nineteen car only the
brave dude I was I mean she was crying too but we went and saw in the theater
and I wasn’t sure if I was even be able to go and watch it cuz I wasn’t sure how
I was gonna react that was straight up like I was like breathing funny trying
to like choke back the tears because there’s a major loss of life they see to
your point things are gonna manifest differently for every person and it’s
important to just let it go and let it out and channel that energy so so from
not really addressing and I had made some steps like I at one point in time
when I was 27 I called my mom and kinda laid it all on the table and said
this is how you made me feel disciplined all that way in that help but did she or
it was like what does she take offense to it like you know let me ask I mean no
no doesn’t know she was hurt yeah but like a lot of people we try to excuse
why things happened away instead of just a lot of us don’t own things yeah so she
did a little bit of that and you know at that time because I was not as well
educated self educated so to say I accepted that but now I know the
difference you know after they’re doing some personal development self education but I got to be 35 and you know being
three years married having a second child my middle child was 2 and here he
got in the now 20 yeah out there yeah she was 15 yeah at that time my oldest
you know I hit a wall because I let life stress hit me these are the things these
are very interesting things everybody buying a house very stressful situation
just the process but what a lot of people don’t do and I did not realize
this is there’s a big stress of leaving a place if you’ve been there for because
now you’re leaving memories or leaving things that have accomplished in that
house I love your pointing it out because there’s I studied psychology
when I went back to college and when I was in my marketing degree
and that’s one thing that always stood from one of the professor’s if they
clarify they said listen there’s three of the most stressful thing you’re
probably yeah you’re gonna good good we’re hanging outside guys like this is
live right there you know people coming by you have really good microphones here
those kids willing to show up on these anyway the funny thing is is that I
don’t think about until people like you bring this up but three the most
stressful things that a human being can experience in their life
on average you need is gonna be relocation moving a major shift in
relationships like marriage or divorce or again back to emotional energy again
our loss is gonna be death right those are three the top most emotionally
traumatic things that will probably occur in your life there’s many other
things that will still possibly scar you or bring you trauma but those are the
powerful ones and I always hear what I hear people going through two or three
of them at the same time holy crap anybody who can get through all that at
one time I guess it’d be hidden but I’m glad you’re bringing this up because
people think oh I’m buying a house yeah and I’m moving a but there’s still a
you’re bringing in here some emotional energy there oh yeah there’s there’s a
big part of emotional energy and something that I had not planned for so
you know you’re doing your daily thing at work I was changing positions that
worked so I was getting prepared for your shift to remove shift oh we’re
piling it on so there’s that stress there’s just the stress and making sure
all your paperwork’s done and then there’s the emotional part that wasn’t
factored in the memories that you bet he built the things that have happened in
the house I mean that was the house the apartment that we brought our new child
relative yeah so we brought her home that you made that light so you didn’t
think that was gonna affect you at all well I didn’t even think about it yeah
didn’t even think about it because you guys were just unlike momentum like hey
we’re moving into a new house you don’t you’re not
time to think about those things you’re just moving forward yeah you try and
deal with the stress but you forget about the emotional portion and that’s
really what broke me because you have two choices I feel you have two choices
when it comes to stress and emotions you can either address them and deal with
them or you can let them build up and you break if you was how many of us
allow them to build up and then great yeah so and that’s what happened so I
broke because that emotional part that was attached to all the physicals the
all these stress of these things brought back all the things that I hadn’t dealt
with as a child so it’s in my head right now popped in my head when you said this
was I’m picturing a reservoir with a dam mhm I’m actually picturing like actually
to Dan Mountain in Nevada when I went out to big is hiked out there and it was
like oh you see that dam holding back a massive amount of water and it’s like
that’s what was you man like he Tori you were full to the brim man there was
nothing else you could take it I was a blubbering mess like IRA and it happened
at work like oh you cracked him that cracked at work Wow
yep I cracked at work and so nobody was ready for that you weren’t ready for
that well absolutely not I had no idea was Lorna I’m like why can I not even
formulate a physical sentence without blow bubbling over my words and starting
to cry Wow considering I wasn’t sad about anything
but man really was like behind the scenes my mind was like crazy five years
of years of unaddressed stuff yeah I mean just piled up so the flood gates
are wide open and you did not even be able to no I had no idea because as much
as my parents wanted to put us in counseling
we rejected that idea as kids there’s nothing wrong with us you know because
people are afraid of what other people may think yeah where I go where we’re a
perfect family you’ll have a problem really that’s your way of addressing a
possible issue is like what if there’s something yeah so as kids we didn’t want
to do it do is play always have fun so they have to go talk when we thought we
didn’t have any emotional problems or anything going on we had to deal with
anger issues like I had you know manifested itself at 35 and cracked in
for two years I had to figure out how to fight back how to reclaim my life
because this is all still pre-booked yeah yeah this is all before the book
okay I didn’t write the book until I was fit well I shouldn’t say fixed I hate to
use that term but until I was to a point where you’re ready I was ready to put
that kind of story out there put it in print and be fair this is over this is a
life long process like you never stop I think ever really like I I move past
things once I’ve addressed them but you never truly forget him I don’t believe
in living in the past I always living believe in living in a forward but what
you’re telling us today is that you still got to address them yes so you can
move beyond them but now you can look back on these things as fuel for your
fire and use them in your speaking engagements and put them into a book
yeah right absolutely and without how to being any shame about
it so it took you two years to get past the change of the same component yeah
okay past that chain get past the fact that there was something wrong with
going to a council held okay I did I did sessions with a copy straight yep
figuring out what caused me to feel this way it caused me to not be able to have
an understanding of my life oh wait Jeremy so wait hon so I can’t just use
my significant other as my counselor that would be great I would not suggest
it a good ear you know my wife was very supportive very scared yeah
because she’d always seen the good side of me yeah you know she had never seen
that dark side where I was just a emotional mess but she was a good person
to be able to talk to you because she was very willing to listen and just not
say anything which is part of the equation but she can’t save you by
myself right yeah and that’s where the council came in because even though the
council didn’t say much of anything it was there that freedom to not hold
anything back not be afraid of being made to feel like I can’t think it work I’m picturing you in these sessions I’m
just like I see you as you get more comfortable you get more vulnerable you
get more transparent with yourself you reach that safe haven a safe place to be
able to speak and share anything you want that’s the point of you know hey if
you need a counselor suck it up and just go like that’s the whole point is how to
stay anymore you just put yourself in a closet and just talk to yourself you can
do that too that wouldn’t work for me I’m not
feeling it here I feel a little weird yeah being able to talk to the
counselors I mean I by no means is like six but part of putting out any of my
point putting in the reps you have to start putting in the healing reps and
you know how those were gonna happen that yet but at least please try the
counselor right when I had a and I had a very supportive I’ve always had a very
supportive family they have always been there for me and it’s funny my I brought
my step-brother Chris hey Chris this in case you catching this
oh he will be this is evergreen the video is never gonna go down so he’s not
catching it now you’re gonna catch it soon so my brother Chris was always the
adventurous type in business and stuff like that
shout out to his business he runs a tour I a coach bus company epic tours sweet
where’s that up that is out a home base is in Emmaus right now oh it’s here yeah
so okay yeah so charter bus company epic tours check it out the company thing
where does he go all over the place yep okay you call him you say he’s more
adventurous meaning that like he’s a risk-taker
yes willing to become that entrepreneur and yes okay that’s not an easy step
trust me I know and before he has been doing this very successful so far with
it I’m very proud of him he was very big into the network marketing scene and he
introduced me to that finally got me to say okay let’s try it and that’s where a
big shift started to happen because I started to do personal develop allowed
me to open up ideas and thoughts of how can I work on myself and feel good about
myself on a daily basis I got a pause in that there’s a lot of people have made
this is he just gave you a really funny thing listen the old world of MLM xand
and the new terminology the new structure of network marketing he’s not
for everybody alright let me put it right out there
but I will say when you find a great company because I have one on the side
too as one of my siding comes is when you find the right company
yes the products need to stand true they need to be great quality in their yada
yada yada but I’ve always said this when you find
the right company it’s actually a professional development company that
happens to have great products yes and like you actually find yourself growing
and putting in the reps to grow yourself to build yourself stronger to have the
confidence to maybe consider building the business on the side maybe you’ve
never succeed with that business and it crashes and burns but you got to take
the good out of everything in life and the one thing that I appreciated about
the company that I’ve worked with three years is that wow if I ever need access
to great personal professional development content it’s there they’ve
invested in amazing speakers amazing research amazing trainings so I want to
give a shout out to that because not for one company or the other but if you find
the right ones that’s what they care about the most people realize that it’s
like free personal professional development right if it’s push our
products push our products push our products yeah that’s not so good there’s
a bigger picture here yeah so I had to pause on that because I love the fact
that you like that’s part of your equation yeah that has become a big
factor in my career in my personal growth and allowing me to have more a
cartomizer joint you know so he kinda he got me
started on that path and you know then I started doing some
research found Jim Rome love Jim on Big John wrote a classic quote from Jim Rohn
we are the product of the five people we spend the most time with think about
that people what’s your inner circle actually that’s my recent article just
got published in the local network magazine I channeled that quote into I
actually part of your inner circle of health who are the people influencing
your help something to think about too so we got we need an inner circle for
pretty much every aspect of our life yeah but that guy man that guy left a
lot a huge footprint in the world okay I was very good with his content yeah and
then I found Eric Thomas and new newer age guy yes nor age guy and it’s need
like that not a preacher but he’s like I forget his style but it’s he’s out there
man okay here just oh he’s very very energetic very like him in the show
notes for this episode guys won’t my released him unload the fuel calm these
people were thought about Jim Rohn Eric Thomas dead people who work looking at
so absolutely and I’ll never forget like I’m sitting at my kitchen table and up on my laptop got the video going
because he had just spoken at a event that my brother had been at and like
dude you gotta check him out I’m like okay I’ll check him out found a six
minute six minute video and it was like oh I can’t I will I must yeah I’ve seen
it yeah it’s good changement it’s good it absolutely his energy his energy now
was off the hook yeah absolutely actually we’re gonna link that YouTube
video shout out to my VA when you listen to this and you do a show notes make
sure we link the YouTube videos so yeah definitely
absolutely it’s it’s powerful guys and that literally that moment like there’s
a moment in everybody’s life good or bad moments that change your perception
change the way you feel about yourself change the way you look at life and that
was my moment in the next six months every day got better every day got
better from that point on because I realized what I was really meant to do
and that was to use my voice to help other people because everything that I
had experienced my fall the pain that I had gone through all the suffering that
I felt in my life I can help other people with that by just simply sharing
what I’ve gone through one it’s therapy for myself too it allows to meet other
people to know that you can be vulnerable you can you can have these
horrible things but you can also have something really great in your life
whatever that means to you you can have that to use accomplishable you gnarly
brothers from another mother man it’s because we’re coming to the end of the
show today and I love the fact we’re hitting on this because that’s the power
of putting in the reps and as he shared today is you’re putting in the personal
development the professional development right because it comes back to them
being a dad or a super dad of being a great family it’s like you’ve got to
take care of yourself well then eventually if you’ve been taking care of
yourself enough and building your personal professional skill sets you
reach a point where now your dam is bigger and stronger than
it’s ever been now you could take on more and you
realize wait a minute I want to give back to others like I just started
getting into public speaking in the past two years so I’m kind of like in the
same world as you were saying you realize like wait a minute
part of my story there’s something to share like I have a whole different and
energy that manifests when I’m on stage is funny and it’s different in the
podcast but it’s funny because the podcast colicky with the book yeah
the podcast is over two years old now I as of today two hundred and twenty one
shows up online so that’s a lot of content so as you put in the reps you
get more and more confident you meet more and more great co-hosts and more
and more people and then that’s you know you start rediscovering oh wait a minute
that book project now the books emotionally you’re just it just starts
flowing and I think I’m interested to see how you want to comment on this but
you eventually reach a point where it’s like what is the legacy that I’m gonna
leave behind this world that’s what get that’s where I think about today is I
can always I can always go back to a classic w/2 world if I wanted to I could
build more businesses and my future which I plan on but it’s like all along
the way but what is your legacy your leaving behind what is your message and
that’s where I when you but I think I feel everybody who when they put in
enough personal professional development mhm
we all reach that manifestation of whoa what is my footprint on this world what
is my legacy that I could be building to leave behind because we’re all gonna
move on sooner or later yes and I never saw I never thought that
way you know eight years ago when I was firefighting I was this firefight I
didn’t think about legacy back then I wasn’t thinking about a pod
speaking on stage or anything I was just happy to leave the corporate world for a
couple years and not my father would just be a good dad
just really just be a good dad that’s all I cared about yeah because that
still matters a huge as a huge part of my life but I think about my legacy
often and what kind of footprint do I want to leave on this world do I just
want to be some of that I woke up every day went to work and came hunting to
service kids do I want to be more than that do I want to wake up every day go
to work whatever that work may be for me and then not only be a great father than
my kids teach them the things that are going to help them overcome their
adversities and allow them to do what they have a love for and have a passion
for but who else can I help like how can I help other people and through coaching
I do that through speaking I do that through the book I can do that
you know that’s again for people are just tuning in to the live feed my
happiness journey check it out Amazon people and again
this is linked on your website to it yes that’s on my website yeah yep it moves
link right okay website yeah if the website is jelly bean motivates calm
Jeremy V motivates calm it’s not all about Amazon trying people to go to
their core brand site yeah and I actually on that point guys we’re
bringing the show to a close where do you push most of your content are you
more of an Instagram guy these days Facebook guy LinkedIn like what is your
platform a choice Instagram is definitely an image heavy
okay image heavy how do you how can they follow you on that which what’s your at
on that one jlv underscore motivation there you go J lb underscore motivation
and that’s lengthen your sight too right yep that’s linked on my site yeah a
little hack people when you launch it website please link all your social
media profiles so people can easily click on them yeah please that was very
helpful yes you can follow me there jlv
underscore motivation I do a lot of video comment well I shouldn’t say a lot
of you every Thursday there’s a video that goes up and then all the rest is
all picture content with just positive reinforcement of stuff things and like
daily or weekly imagery yeah because I should mean that to put in there rest
about myself yeah you know so some of those just motivation some of his
personal share every Thursday is a thankful Thursday video we’re sure what
I’m thankful for now and encourage anybody that’s watching the video put a
comment down I want to know what you thank you you know I encourage that’s
true if we’re pushing content I do appreciate people’s feedback yeah people
are great comment away on this video today please comment away because he’s
sharing it to his speed too so that way you guys will be able to like talk
connect with him whatever actually on that point he does speak like not just
here but he might actually on stage so if you got athletic teams or people that
you looking to share that transformational story that’s what I
love about your background is that if I was gonna put you on stage I would want
to share that transformation that mental game that you’ve talked with us today
about well listen we we always have you’ve listened to show I always have my
guest co-host close out the show you already kind of left some powerful words
already just now but is there an all-encompassing message where you’re at
brand is that today and what you’re trying to do moving forward the book and
the public speaking but what is your is there an all companies message you want
to leave behind the listeners in the watchers that’s
kind of like your message you’re part of that legacy right part of the legacy so
a lot of words the one quote that I kind of started building everything on which
I still truly believe in is kind of what you titled this whole thing around if
you believe it you can achieve it oh yes that’s right we use that on the face
book life and and I really do believe in that message because yes there’s always
action it goes behind everything but you’ve got to believe in yourself you’ve
got to believe in that you’re doing you got to believe in everything about
whatever it is because without that belief you can put in all the work that
you want to and the belief is what pushes you to achieve that altering
thing because it’s that belief that keeps you moving forward that I’m doing
something significant I’m doing something important for myself for other
people whatever it may be so you got to believe in it listen we do it to bring
this show to a close yes yes Facebook live we all have lives that’s part this
is part of the hustle like we’re sacrificing our Saturday mornings for
you guys to give back because we actually care and again back that was my
little tip well he just left you with the belief as soon as you said that it’s
just tied it back full circle to obviously just talk about legacy when
you really sit down and think about the legacy front of the big picture when you
leave them behind this world the belief component will tie to that it’s like oh
now I can put in the reps so every rep you start putting in every step you take
every mistake that you make and learn from embrace the mistakes people yes
it’s part of the journey you said journey the beginning the show
it’s part of your journey it’s gonna help you move into where you’re meant to
be down the road and it’s not gonna be a perfect journey actually over the years
I’ve now realized I actually now love finding speedbumps or if you’re a skier
like me hitting the moguls I can’t stand moguls but I still ski them because I
suck at it I’m gonna get better I’d rather just go fast on a race course so
but just tying out all together guys the journeys meant that had the bumps the
walls to climb over the dams will break part of his story guys so again please
check out his book my happiness journey the eight guiding principles to a happy
life okay and we’ll be airing this in the next two weeks so subscribe to live
the fuel on your favorite podcast that you guys are using you can also just
listen to it right from the website I have a player on there too and then this
will this video will TAS see also air on YouTube as well so we’re keeping her on
Facebook but then we’re gonna air on YouTube we’re in air in the podcast
world because people like him that I bring on the show I want to make sure
more people are finding out about their message and what they’re doing so again
thanks for tuning in to another powerful live the fuel podcast show again we’re
here to fuel your health your business your lifestyle and Jeremy vermeulen
definitely did that for us today so we’re gonna get back to our weekends
talk to you guys again soon remember you tube into the fuel thanks
gang and you’re free of the pot alright Facebook live people yes thanks for
hanging out with us doing it throw a little extra flavor for the live people
because they’re special special special if you tuned in I I just want to say
thank you for tuning in because we’ve had a little microphone here for you
guys so yes he’s up reading I’m celebrating you know all the time so
yeah thank you guys for just tuning in and you know I just I appreciate
everything and I want you guys to appreciate every day because every day
is something an amazing your life even when like today it’s cloudy out it’s not
even a beautiful day but it’s very that I’m alive I think our Michael
generations even shivered a little bit of yeah yeah I kept on shifting if you
notice that I was shift and it’s trying to keep a little bit of body movement
yeah but we should just shut up and start doing air squats while you’re
actually doing the podcast you guys little bit more entertained with that
look this was yesterday for me I’ll pass on I just came from across the workout
my legs are fried so anyway hey guys check him out he’s tagged in this post
obviously thanks for tuning in and remember I mean part that legacy in life
is if you can get through positive leads just one person mm-hm so if one of the
people who listen to or watch this this feed today got something out of it with
something to share with somebody else that’s not
positive that’s our responsibility is when you come across wisdom or powerful
things to learn in life share them okay like you can’t just keep it in here like
share it with somebody else listen to the people around you who might be
struggling and get through to them there’s a negativity out there guys
there’s plenty of negativity out there a lot more positive nativity would do us a
whole lot better yeah there we go guys well thanks for hanging out I’m gonna
shut this puppy down I gotta head to Jersey go hang some people so later bye
everybody

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