See how Bastiaan took his agency and his consulting business from doing $18k/month to $18k/day after 5 months in Reality Mastery.
Before he joined us, he was doing okay…but okay didn’t cut it for Bastiaan, he wanted extraordinary. So he acted in accordance with the extraordinary version of himself, took the leap and joined us in Reality Mastery.
Here’s what we discuss:
Speaker 1 (00:01): And today we have busty on, on, he has been one of a very, very successful students in the reality motion program. Bastiaan man, I’ll go ahead and let you introduce yourself basically a little bit about you, where you’re from, what you do and, um, yeah, yeah, definitely. Thank you, quasi. So, uh, my name is [inaudible] I’m from the Netherlands. I’m 21 years old and I run two businesses and I’ve as a reason to also partner with my girlfriends. So I run a digital marketing agency and the education side where we also like help people do the same as to what we do. Um, so that’s what I do. And I sat down with quasi about five months ago for his reality mastery program. And I first went through it, then I let my girlfriend go Trey. Cause it impacted me in a, like a very positive way. Speaker 1 (00:43): And the two things, it really struck by me, which, you know, we’re going to dive into is really being more conscious of losing compulsiveness and also detach from the outcome, which was really key for me. Awesome. And five months ago there was such a, that feels like another lifetime, you know, w when was that back in? Uh, January. Was it or I can January. Yeah. Damn man. Yeah. What was life like then for you? Well, super new, because, you know, I basically am from Serbia to the Netherlands and then from the Netherlands to Serbia, um, basically get a whole story of, you know, me and I’m pretty sure you’re familiar with it where I just like dropped college within a day, quit my job within a day, left everything behind, went to Serbia. You basically, you work on the two mentors and then I just came back into a different person, mindset wise business wise to the Netherlands and from the Netherlands, I basically met my girlfriend then, um, I leveled it up in many ways because, you know, I got into more so into personal development. Speaker 1 (01:38): Um, which, you know, like for instance, what you show in the program to sell mastery guide is really what I did for three months in the Netherlands. And it had such a massive impact on me, like when I was in Serbia. Um, and I visualize myself going back to the Netherlands to like live in, uh, like a penthouse basically also officialized myself, like dressing, like, you know, really like a business person, you know, always staying clean, discipline, not being lazy and actually was able to do it once I was in the Netherlands. So, yeah. Awesome man. Awesome. You have an interesting story, dude. I see you posted sometimes of how you went from like a supermarket with 45 cents in your account. Speaker 1 (02:18): We’re about that. I’m interested to know about that. Yeah, definitely. So before my whole entrepreneurship story, um, I was like sort of a fitness influencer and, you know, I taught, I was really doing well, but all I was really getting was like some Instagram likes. I was never able to monetize what I was doing. Uh, but you know, when you dive into fitness, you really start getting obsessed with it. Like my whole life was for full throughout fitness. And, and when you do that, you’ll learn how to read principles, which are really key. Um, and basically those are, you know, consistency, discipline, and also just go into pain barriers. Right. Which fitness really helped me with. Um, and once I understood that I started looking deeper into entrepreneurship. I basically got the MBA, like a guy that wants to get me into like a business model, which is really cool, cause that’s like how I got introduced into entrepreneurship. Speaker 1 (03:06): Um, and when I did that, I basically looked deeper into it. And I started in December, 2018. Um, and I enrolled to program and I think, you know, the guy’s name is Ian catchy and it’s a program called six figure SMMA and then basically I went to a good friend of mine. Yeah, yeah. It’s a really good program, but it’s a little outdated now, but it really got me started. And basically that’s my starting point. Um, and Oh my God, I had so much to learn, man. Like I think the biggest mistake I made in entrepreneurship was really just starting with the business side of things and not the mindset. You know, if it were the other way around, I would have been two point video way faster, even though like, it’s not about like how fast you get somewhere, because I’m pretty much going to be doing this for the rest of my life. Speaker 1 (03:48): But if I knew from the start, it started with mindset and have with tactics and the strategies, then it would have been like a lot faster because everyone has access to the program. Um, you know, and people in the program got amazing results. And I was like, okay, but the exact same resources, the exact same action items, everything, uh, but you know, I’m just not succeeding how come. Um, and then also Imani had like a mindset course at a time, which it did not pop off because people just are like, Oh, mindset, really? Like, so basically it was called Tizen cure, like a hundred members whose audience is huge and only a hundred members wasn’t that much, but I was one of the people that went through it, cause I didn’t have a lot of money for like the other programs. And I was like, okay, well, you know, he’s good at what he does. Speaker 1 (04:28): And my sins really interesting. So doesn’t want to got into it. And two routines understanding, identity shifting and just like some basic principles really getting started. Um, and that accelerated my process. And then basically where I really started to make big changes was once I got the opportunity to come to Szczerbiak I know how I got an opportunity was because I joined like another program. I kept investing into myself from like the casual I got from my supermarket job. Um, and basically they invited me over to Serbia to work underneath them. So they run like an education company doing multiple seven figures and webinars, you know, like we’re at its peak during that time. So we’re doing really good. Um, they invited me to come to Serbia. They asked, are you tight to staying down in Amsterdam? You know? And I did have responsibilities to just go into school. Speaker 1 (05:15): Don’t you, my job, having my family here. I think my social life here. Um, and I said, no, I’m not tied down. And then I just dropped everything. I packed my bags. I basically booked a ticket to Serbia. And then I went over there and the first week I wanted to give up, cause it was like really overwhelming. I wanted to go back. Um, but they helped me like just get a day off to finger everything true. And that’s like really where I developed my self because there was no one around me, but myself and my own tots. So just like really forced to work on myself, totally men. I think you’ve emphasized how important mindset is in this. You know, like what I see happen is basically right now, I’m at a stage in my business where I’m like hiring. So when Speaker 2 (05:58): You’re hiring, you sort of expect people to perform at the same level. As you automatically, you don’t understand they’re at a completely different paradigm. Right? So they come in and you’re like, okay, well this, this is what you got to do. You know, you just go out there and do it. And then they just go, they go through two days, three days and they’re like, Oh shit, I want to quit. And I’m looking at it. I’m like, no, no, no, you’re doing well. Just keep doing, keep it because they don’t see the results immediately happen. Right. Because you know, when you were in business and you’ve actually gone through the struggles, you can look at the longer term vision of what’s happening. You understand all of the numbers and everything. So you’re like, okay, well this is just part of the process. So naturally the patients comes within you because you can see that longer term, 30,000 foot view of your busy schedule, a call now just because you don’t schedule an appointment now doesn’t mean you’re not on track to do that. Speaker 2 (06:47): That’s something really, really interesting. That’s something I suppose you’ve got to be mindful of like, even when you’re hiring, because that’s the kind of stage I’m at right now, when hiring is like the main priority, you sort of start to see that you’ve got to help them with mindset too. You know, you want to automatically assume that they have all the mindset needed. Like you said, it’s all a mindset game. So, so in, in terms of that, well, what happened to your college education? You’re 21. Did you ever get to finish college or do you completely drop out and go full time in business? Speaker 1 (07:20): Yeah, I, uh, I fully dropped out in April, 2019 and my, yeah, so basically just how it went on a personal level when I did that. So my dad wasn’t happy for him. Like his perception was totally different, right? Like when you’re like kind of a millennial, I’ll just put it like that and you see like all these opportunities online, you see can be, you know, like become a reality for you. Um, but I had a way, like his perception was okay, so my son just dropped his medication, which, you know, like I’ve worked basically my entire life where to make sure he gets an education. And you know, now he’s stopping because there’s two guys, I don’t know, in like a whole different country in Serbia to take an opportunity. Right. And my perception is totally different. So perception plays a huge role in that. Speaker 1 (08:03): And even like my friends that I’ve talked to recently, well, so honestly wants to pursue entrepreneurship, adverse education now. Cause he sees like, you know, what I’ve been able to do. And at a time you just shared is towards what he was thinking. And he was saying like, yeah man. So when you dropped out, I was like, what are you doing? Like, it doesn’t make any sense. You need that certainty. You need like, you know that like if F if anything goes wrong, you need to have like the kind of as a backup. And now when he looks at me, he’s like, wow, man, like I have so much respect for you that you did that. Like is a lot of people wouldn’t have done that. You know, a lot of people wouldn’t have done that. Um, so yeah, that’s like kind of how it went on a personal level. Speaker 1 (08:37): Um, and then my God, that’s like also why I think why I was able to make such big changes in a year. Cause I sacrifice without me even realizing really how much of a sacrifice can be beneficial to you because all I really felt was like the beginning of it. And then like once I got used to it, it was like, okay, well I’m feeling really good. Um, and I think like also what you’re mentioning about like the team members, you know, like the biggest differences to paradigm worldview, you know, if they don’t have the patient, for instance, that you do, or like kind of distracted you have, and like the focus throughout the day, they just get diminished by what they actually have to do. Like if you were handed a task, you do these things, but if they were, it’d be extremely hard for them to actually do it cause like their mindset, like a patience or like of taking initiative or confidence in themselves. Speaker 1 (09:24): So that also plays a huge, huge role. Totally, man, that’s very, very important. So you said, um, you’ve basically transitioned from that April, you officially dropped out. So I’m trying to think about the timeline, what motivated you to get started with reality mastery? So this was in January, 2020. Yeah. That’s a good, that’s a really good question. So I think it was mainly just looking at your videos and how you spoke with so much conviction. You know, it was like as if you were talking directly to me and you know, I just clicked on one of your videos and I was so under the impression that you knew what you were talking about, it made so much sense, like on any kind of level a banana gets from myself personally, like I was at a point and still am at a point in my business where I just want to grow and skill. Speaker 1 (10:15): And I know if I want to do that, I need to, you know, like work on my mindset. So I wanted to really see outside of like the free videos, which have great value, like what’s really into like the full reality mastery program, right? Like what it can find, what it can get out of it. And you know, I just hopped on a call with you and I know like it took 10 minutes for me to make a decision, you know, your standard, the price I said done, you know, and I hopped in, cause I just want it to be decisive. You know, when you were decided, if things just go way better, not just, you know, like investment wise, but in any facet of life. Right. So that was like, like the reason it was because I went to skilled on a K a month, like on a business perspective and also just grow my mindset. Speaker 1 (10:52): Um, but then I noticed there was actually more things to work on, like consciousness, you know, um, like you can live your life, but if you’re constantly compulsive by everything that’s going on around you and you’re not even aware of it, then you’re not even really living, you know? And like there are barriers to compulsiveness, right? And like you get to peel them up like onion layers until like you can actually do conscious again. Cause we do it so subconsciously and some people have like huge layers, which is insane. And you know, the plate exercise, right. Which you basically teach in a reality mastery program has helped you immensely with it. And you know, just also knowing that you have to wake up several times throughout a day to really be conscious. Right. Um, so that was a big thing. Another big thing was detached from the outcome. I’m like placing too much importance on an outcome that was, I think a lot of other vendors do that. I want to hit a hundred K and one, and then it’ll like, you know, I remember when you messaged me, you were like, dude, I want to get to the a hundred K months, but I’ve been putting too much on it as Speaker 2 (11:54): A result. You know, my sales calls I’ve been flipping them. I’ve been going to add on to it. Right. Because I do marathon, not a, not a sprint. No, exactly. But like, you know, Speaker 1 (12:06): Grow it’s for like, you don’t know what you don’t know. And if you don’t realize that plays in too much Syrah, something is actually going to take it even away from it or from you. It’s going to be super hard to get it, you know? But once you have that awareness that if you just have like balanced in every single area of your life, not just business for personal too, and you just have like normal levels of desire, it will actually be way more enriched. We’re supposed to optimize every single variable, what you do in life to get to [inaudible], you know? Cause it will change your intentions the way you speak, the way you act, the way you make decisions. And it’s crazy, you know, what kind of things you actually do differently while you’re, aren’t even aware of it. Speaker 2 (12:43): Right? Yeah. That’s a big one, especially for entrepreneurs in this journey, you know, we’d get so tunnel vision to that one goal. We have, we start to sacrifice every single thing. We can’t even see past that a hundred K month goal. Like I remember this is the biggest barrier that I kept hitting when I wanted to get to the 20 K months. All I could see was, Oh, come on, I’m going to get to the 20 K soon. But it would just, I would just inch closer and pose it to anybody. It would just never happen. And I would get to five K and then I would go back to zero and then we’ll get to 10 again. I would go back to zero and then 12 K zebra, you know, it’s just like ups and downs and fluctuating. Like I just go and move forward. But it’s like, you sort of, this is the thing you don’t want to do is burn yourself out, trying to get to that goal, but rather live sustainably and look past a hundred cakes when you can see 110, what your life or your business looks like, then the a hundred K becomes like, Oh, this is easy. You know, this is just a neutral, this is just a stepping stone for me to get to more and more and expand more and more. Speaker 1 (13:36): Yeah, exactly. Yeah. You just really have to become the person where do you have it? And it becomes, you know, like a standard like that. That’s kind of like just a simple truth in my eyes, you know, just really becoming the person that’s where the off a hundred K months, for instance. And I think everyone really knows from themselves what they have to change, but you know, people just don’t do it. And it’s pretty like even I, like, I referred it to bad habits from time to time and then it takes so much willpower to not prefer. Um, because like you, you notice that your dopamine levels, aren’t getting their hits that, you know, they need to be getting and you have to use willpower for that. Not for you lapse and like 80% of the people, they know what they need to work on. We just don’t do it. And you know, I was one of them. Speaker 2 (14:20): Yeah. That is very, very true. Like, you know, what needs to be done, but it gets so difficult to do it because there’s some invisible barrier work and against you 100%. Yeah. So in terms of that, you said you had two businesses, right? Yeah. One is one is the education one and the other is the agency one. Yep. Okay. So yeah. I mean, what sort of results have you seen throughout the program? Like as a result of becoming more conscious as a result of becoming more detached, some highlights, some numbers, maybe anything. Yeah. Speaker 1 (14:51): I definitely have want to mention that. I will not forget for sure. Like I, I made 18 K in one day. Mmm. And that was like one of the achievements I was able to get by just detached from the outcome. I know I was, I wasn’t even working a day. I put out like a post and this is for the education side, by the way. And I’m like, the Corona was at its peak, you know, I believe this was in March. And, um, we actually had like an 18 K day when our business, um, and I never had that before, you know? Um, and it’s pretty weird because like some people are in two K a month, you know, and we were like, wow, like we just tried to put it in perspective and it was such a huge achievement. Um, so I think that’s one of the biggest highlights for like the business side of things. Speaker 1 (15:39): Um, yeah. That’s like one worth mentioning. Yeah. As far as I know for now. Yeah. How about personally? I think a big one you came in with was also like having a better relationship with your girlfriend and sort of cultivating that maybe on the personal aspect, any sort of improvements you’ve seen there. Yeah. I have, um, like, you know, I know a lot of guys don’t want ever admit this, but you know, like just to get my, to myself, like I dealt with jealousy, you know, cause this is the first relationship I’ve ever entered, you know? And I don’t ever plan on leaving this one and had to go through like all the learning curves of being a good man. And you know, like I helped my girlfriend with personal development. I help her even partners now, you know, we, we do everything together. We moved into like, uh, even moved in together within like four months of being together. Speaker 1 (16:29): Like we also grew at a very fast rate. Um, but I think like the biggest improvements was definitely getting rid of jealousy. That’s so toxic. Like you just get to kind of like paranoia. Um, and I had to overcome that because it’s like such a, yeah. Once again, it’s just toxic for your relationship. It’s like just your ego talking and you’re not even aware of it. Um, and so like I had to deal with that and that was really excruciating. Cause like had so many arguments just cause of like a way I felt. And I just wanna admit this because I know that there are more people out there who maybe do feel it, but they don’t put it on the table and that’s like even more painful. Right. So admitting that. So in terms of overcoming that, what do you think helped you overcome it? Speaker 1 (17:14): Yeah. Um, well she was so open. We had like, if I just asked her a question, she would just answer it. So something about it, like, you know, I think like the biggest that she has experience, you know, with Hassman, she was like in two creatures relationships and not really, I think too. Yeah. Too serious. And I didn’t have any and basically what I’m like really helping with number one here, just being open and supportive and patient and the other one was a book and it was called a retrospective jealousy. And like, it’s your rational mind fighting your irrational mind? And it’s like, no matter, no, what she said, like, I just wouldn’t believe it or something like that. They’re not ready to book and put everything into perspective. So it’s finding like a self help book and just like the process of like time passing by and talking it through really, you just like help me solve it. Speaker 1 (18:02): Totally got it. Yeah. Wow. That’s awesome, man. So how do you think getting rid of that jealousy also affected your business? If any? Yeah. That’s a good question. Um, well I think, you know, cause she’s also my business partner now and you know, like since she’s a female, like you also have some where people like reaching out to her, like, Hey, beautiful. You’re like pretty ice and stuff like that. I was like, come on. But now it’s like, you know, it’s just on a business perspective. I don’t really care anymore. Mmm. And you know, we’ve just made some rules, uh, where like, and just normal rules, like just principles where if we feel like the need, we need to share something with each other. We just do it. But a part of deadline on a busy perspective, it’s doesn’t really bother me at all anymore. Speaker 1 (18:50): I used to get bothered by it not anymore. Mmm. So in that sense it did help and that’s kind of like the main one. Yeah. Got it. So interesting that, you know, you have your girlfriend as your business partner. I would imagine that’s like a lot of challenge because yeah. Yeah. Mixed up like too many things into one. Do you know what I mean? Yeah. And I’ve mentioned it too. Like when we did have those times where it’s like hard, you know what, when you’re in a relationship, but you’re also business partners, but you’re a true it really. And I think some people can do it and you know, vice versa. Um, yeah. Yeah, totally. Yeah. I mean, I suppose the biggest thing with that is setting those correct boundaries when you work, you work when you don’t. Yeah. Yeah. So it’s easy to get things mixed up. Speaker 1 (19:40): Exactly. But, um, I think like also a big thing was like before we got into relationship, like she was already running a successful business, a digital marketing agency already at a 10 K a month Mark. So like, that was just a big plus point because like, I didn’t have to just partner her for the single partnering. Like she already had a lot of experience like operational wise. So that’s like wider partnership already had like kind of an accelerated point, which was really beneficial once we, you know, just merged together. Got it. How did you guys meet God? Should I even, um, yeah, no, it’s so basically I’m, uh, I was doing sales for the info product company. Right. I told you about in Serbia. And uh, so I had like a guy enroll into the program after watching a webinar. Um, and you know, he basically got in touch with her, but I always helped him with his business and he talked about me and he said like, I’m a really nice guy. Speaker 1 (20:31): And if he, if she needs help with her agency, she should, she should just like reach out to me. So basically she did and she asked for help. Right. Cause it’s like she was looking for media buyers and just like skill or agency get high profit margins. Um, and so she did, and she was looking for a business coach. Right. And I just got into coaching, uh, K like a coaching student. And then basically like I just called you for two months. And it was like really just normal pros to just truly coaching. And I was still in Serbia at a time. And then, um, we just, outside of coaching, just became friends, really good friends. And then, uh, once I got back to the Netherlands, I asked her on a date and then we got to a date and then like, that’s kind of like where everything got started. Really. Speaker 2 (21:17): Wow. That’s an interesting evolution, huh? Yeah. That’s awesome. And it’s so interesting in the online world. I find that because most of the time, you know, entrepreneurs like you and me where we’re mostly online, most of our friends and social circles are also online in those Facebook groups. It’s like a little community. Yeah. Especially when you spend like 12 hours plus a day online, there’s less time to actually go out and especially with what’s going on right now with Kobe. Speaker 1 (21:49): Yeah. It’s like such a tight community right now, man. It’s crazy. Yeah, Speaker 2 (21:54): For sure, man. For sure. So yeah, I suppose you joined five months ago and you’ve sort of completed the program a while back, so what’s next for, you know, looking, looking ahead. Speaker 1 (22:07): Yeah. That’s a really good question. So right now, because you know, it’s funny, you were mentioning team building, I’m also working on building a team and I’m also letting, for instance, my team members go through like a mindset program and you know, I just, and I’m not going to do this for everyone, but for him, like, it’s, I just have one team member who was doing like the sales and the appointment side of things. But basically just to summarize it, I’m working on just like scaling the education company. Um, and basically just really having a big, big impact in global education where entrepreneurship can just become like a prevailing standard and anyone can enter it and, you know, be successful. But just first by changing Italia as a person and then just, you know, entering the business tactics and strategies and it’s like what we’re only and nothing else working on, uh, for the education side of things. So that’s kind of, what’s had for me right now. Well, us Speaker 2 (22:58): Got it. That’s key. That’s, that’s very, very important something we strive to do here at reality, marshy to help change that person first. So the person can fit into whatever they want to do. How about the agency? What do you see maybe happening with them in the future? Would that be a priority still? Speaker 1 (23:15): Yeah. Like we want to do it right now just to like have that credibility, but like longterm, we don’t want to do it. Like our really like vision and mission is to have a huge, huge impact of global education. Right now we’re in the medical field in two different markets, but you know, like I really just got started into our too, cause it’s a great starting point for entrepreneurship estimate may like you don’t need any experience. Um, you don’t need anything really rich, a laptop and wifi. Um, and that’s kind of it. And it’s like why I entered it and grew it. And she did too, and be merged into the medical field. So skincare, commercial, plastic surgeons, but longterm, we don’t want to do it. We simply want to focus on the education side of things and really just expand that in the future. Speaker 2 (23:55): Got it, got it. So maintaining this partnership you have with your girlfriend and expanding the cost education business, and impacting people on that internal level, but also helping them fit into entrepreneurship as well. Yeah. 100%. That’s important, man. What’s your, what’s your main driver for that? Why did you choose to do that? Speaker 1 (24:16): Well, yeah, I think it’s, um, like being to change, I need it, you know, and I think like there’s so many people out there that don’t know what they don’t know and, you know, think like bringing awareness to people that are so like yeah, just to put it simple, just being the change I needed. Cause I think there’s so many water that are just like internally, so broken and don’t see any of the possibilities that are out there. So giving it a voice is like important to me. And I just want to like raise the importance level where, you know, it becomes a thing I only worked on, um, like for the rest of my life and just dedicate everything to it. Speaker 2 (24:51): Got it. Awesome. And so how do you think reality Masri fit with that? Because I think your plan was different before we started, you know, your plan was to just grow whatever you can eat three months. Speaker 1 (25:04): Right? Good question. Yeah. So I mean thinking long term, you know, if you only don’t get me wrong, making money is great. It’s awesome. It’s done a lot for me. Um, but I think like it also has a certain like, it, it doesn’t fulfill you, you know, like it doesn’t even matter in my opinion how much money you have if you only make things about money, like that’s all there is like, that’s the cap. There’s nothing more to life if that’s the goal. So, you know, now that I’m past the sort of survival mode and I think once a lot of people do, they just, you know, like a new sort of paradigm opens where they have the resources to make an impact. And it’s like, you know, their decision as a person, whether they want to do it or they just want to optimize everything for money and, you know, just live like live where you buy 12 Rolexes and living like a huge tree lab and just stuff like that. But, you know, um, I really want to just be all in, in my business. I am not going to buy Rolex anytime soon. I just want to invest into my students, invest into my business and fits into my education. And that’s like, all of my money goes into for like really the longterm vision. Um, and that’s like, you know, just the four of you for now. Speaker 2 (26:15): That’s an inspiration man. Not a lot of people think like that. It’s very, very inspiring to hear. But also, yeah, I mean, I think that’s also a big key that I big change that I saw with me. You know, it would take me like a week to make a $500 decision to going to making a $30,000 decision in one hour. That’s basically how to change. That happens in your decision making process. You start to value time more than the Speaker 1 (26:44): Yeah. Yeah. You know, and I believe I heard you say that when, you know, your clients get results, it’s like the biggest dopamine spike, you know, and imagine doing it like at a global skill level, like that’s insane to me, you know, and that’s really what I want to strive for. Speaker 2 (26:59): Got it. Awesome man. Bastion dude. It was a real pleasure speaking with you. Any parting thoughts you’d like to leave us off with Speaker 1 (27:08): Likewise quasi? Um, well, honestly since I know you have such a big audience, I think just passing on a message, you know, it’s even as you think mindset is not important right now. Like you don’t know what you don’t know. And I honestly, if you, if you’re currently watching quasi channel, you know, that, you know, something struck and by you, something resonating with you and it’s just such a key thing too, you know, like put everything in your mind. That’s so messy because like, you know, to bring is huge and you know, like once you start conceptualizing it and you have awareness and you know where to start to like grow as an individual, that’s really where things started change instead of like, you know, pursuing best business strategy or tactic. Like, all I can really say is invest in yourself, whether it’s not even into quasi or just like, just invest into yourself and you know, like life is just way too short to not do it. And, you know, um, I think like you’ve also seen that email from Sam Robbins where he just like shows the blogs of like all the like, uh, time you’ve got left to live. And it’s so short, man. It’s so short. Once you understand that, like you’ll do anything to just make the most out of it. So that’s the only message I really have. Speaker 2 (28:13): Absolutely. It’s very, very powerful. Getting aware of your mortality. Yeah, man. Awesome. Last year it was, it was great. It was a pleasure speaking with you, man. I’m really excited for the growth of your business, about where you’re taking the course and everything. I’ve also seen your students just absolutely crushing it. So I’m looking at the same. No. When you become better, your business becomes better. Your clients get better results. It’s all one big flywheel. Speaker 1 (28:40): Yeah, exactly. Speaker 2 (28:42): Thank you guys for watching. Hopefully this was helpful and yeah, I’m going to answer bastion socials and your Facebook, your page, your website, and everything down in the comments to pin comments below. Thanks.
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