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Episode 2 · 2 years ago

Episode 2: Beliefs

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In this week's episode Carmen and Olivia discuss beliefs; why they are important, the impact they have on our lives and how we can swap limiting beliefs for more empowering ones!


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Everybody, welcome to negadire with carming and Olivia podcast. Today we're going to talk about our beliefs. This is a very important topic us. Believes have a huge impets on our lives. So, Olivia, I wanted to stay with them, the definition and not beliefs. Hi Everyone. So my definition of beliefs is that they are something we hold to be true and it's the feeling of being certain that something exists or is true, whether or not that's based in fact. Although it may always feel factual, there may actually be no fact that it's actually based on. I think the word belief for me often brings up images of religion and spirituality, and whilst they are forms of belief, it also applies to how you think about yourself and others and what you should do, how you should behave and beliefs can be very emotional and they can also be very strongly rooted in trauma. They are formed very early on in childhood and parents or Primary Care Givers will always imprint something on a child, in my opinion, even if they try their very hardest not to so. For example, I absolutely cannot complain about my childhood. Thank you, mom and Dad. I was raised to believe in myself and that I could achieve great things, which you know, is a really positive way to be brought up. But still this kind of leaves me with the struggle with inside me that perhaps I haven't lived up to my full potential, and that's completely in my head. Nobody else is saying anything to make me feel like that. So that's how I would sort of define what beliefs are to me. How would you to find them? So, yeah, I want to change anything of what you said. For me is that total hand of sender. Septems the something issis. So it's true, without any evidence, it's just a given. And it's true that we've been a program our subconscious mind is being program during the lack first seven years of our life, and I was laughing when you mention your parents. It is true that we try our very, very hardest not to pass all these beliefs and all the ways we have to see the world based. Really impossible. It's really hard not to. And when I think about reliefs, to be honest, it takes me back always to my background. It was a tiny village, very Catholic and very narrow minded. Structure of scape a lot of beliefs that they were given, and I remember, I think yours, I don't know, starts just seven DS. I just watching, was watching all these people having, you know, behaving the same having the same sentences, and they were like brain washed. And I keep questioning then, and I kept ask him by why? By, why? And did you have any answers? Really? So whatso the the beginning of my revelious face, I guess. But yeah, for me is something that we take as the truth and we don't question. Many of us we don't know that we have them, because it's just been put it's just a problem for us to be fashioning in in a family and society in a way. So, Olivia, why did you seem beliefs for you are so important life. They're important to me because they allow us to do things. So if we believe we can do something, we do it. So I wouldn't be here doing this podcast if I didn't believe in myself or US having the capability to do that. And unfortunate it goes the other way too. So limiting beliefs really hold us back and stop US achieving our...

...potential. And, like you just said, we don't always even recognize a belief as a belief. We can absolutely believe it's it's fact rather than the opinion. It can be very hard to separate the two. But an example of when beliefs are important are things like fear. Everyone experiences fear, it's just human nature. Someone who believes in themselves will turn fear into action, create goals and make things happen. They will keep working towards their life vision, their purpose. But if someone doesn't believe in themselves, that fear will stop them doing what they want to, they get stuck, they can't keep moving towards their vision. And our belief system, as we've already said, is very influenced by the people around us. Our parents are teachers, and negative emotions like self doubt or anxiety are very deeply connected to the opinions or beliefs we have of ourselves based on our life experiences. But the great news is we can change our beliefs, but it can be hard work because we may struggle to see that they are not factual, that they are not true, that they can be exchanged for something else. But that's why they're so you know, it's so important to recognize what your belief system is and how that impacts you. And sometimes beliefs can be very helpful at certain points in your life they are protecting you from something, but then at some point you may need to let them go and replace them with something else so that you can move move on and achieve all the things that you want to. So common I I know you've got a kind of your coming at it from a different point of view than me. So I could you talk through your importance and why why belist important to a yeah, I'm going to stark a little bit more about from a scientific recept point of view. So, human bes we have two kinds of mind, the conscious one and the subconscious one. The conscious one is the creative one and it's like comply ship. Subconscious one is the one that's into the habits and the programming and scientifically, search shows that nine percent of what happens in our lives is controlled by our sub conscious mind. And people we don't know this. And our subconscious mind is like a it's like a building operating system that controls our thinking. So if we control our behaviors and in general, our life, so what just to happen is, for the first certain use of our lives. We download all these behaviors that we observe, but from people around us, so we can learn all the Characteris, because that we need to be a functional member of a family, of a community, so we can behave as supposed to. The problem with that is there are not our programs that, as you mentioned, there are parents from parents, teachers, priests, etc. The problem with this is seventy percent of these programs, they tend to be negative for self slabottaging, and that is what we research is saying. Now, if we could leave from our conscious mind, that is the creative one, we live from an angle where we put top of mind our dear dreams and inspirations, but because we live from the subconscious mind, it's all the downloaded programs with the negativity that comes with it. Now, the moment we start thinking our conscious mind, start thinking the subconscious becomes apping out to pilots. So we have knowing the conscious level any or when we think we going to the subconscious...

...level, and that is the danger. We see things that perhaps is not our reality, was our parents reality, and many times we can be struggling in life. Like example, you want to Lessay, you want to learn, I don't know, a million pounds to year. But you had this disbeliefs around you that you know, rich people are no nice, you will never get there because behind the scenes this belief is so some new and you want to be nice that you can't get the automatically. Yeah, you work really hard and you do all the right things and you don't understand why it's not getting there. And it's basically that day is and it is the danger. And you know, people like us, we do a lot of personal filaments and we are coaches. We understand that timely be more than other people. They are not doing these kind of work, all these kind of studies. But there's a danger. All these programming is controlling our lives and we don't know it and we don't understand the so we keep fighting, keep fighting. It will never win because it's just ingrain in our subconscious. So yeah, that is way, I think, to work in this area and to study how to change this area extremely important in order for US city. If anything, we're wanting our lives. So in terms of if we want to go through our own personal ones, Olivia, can you tell us a little bit more what out of the ones and probably less focus more on the negatives, the limiting beliefs. which ones out of the ones, that had the biggest impact in your life? Well, I mean I'd love to talk about all the ones that have have the great impact in my life and that I am I really believe in myself, but it's like he's just said that really interesting fact around. You know, seventy percent of them are our negative thoughts that we're having, and I think that probably rings true for a lot of people. It's much easier to have to think of something negative than it is to think of something positive. And even though we're coaches and we understand this and we've read about it and we've been trained in it, it doesn't stop as having our own limiting beliefs. So I'm going to talk through a couple of them. One that's very personal and specific to me, and what I mean by that is that I only think it's about myself. I don't think this universally about everybody else, and then I'm going to talk about a bit more of a universal belief. So the one that is very personal to me is that everything I do should be perfect. It's something I've think I've always struggled with and the problem with it is that one perfection is never actually achieved. Because how do you know you ever get to the point of something being perfect? HMM, and to you get stuck in that cycle of procrastination. You just think and think and think and never actually get around to do. Do, do, and then it just ends up at no point are you actually doing anything. You you just end up not doing it because what's the point of doing it if it isn't perfect? So that, because still isn't is so relative, isn't a so in? Yeah, yeah, and it's you know, it's very limiting. It, you know, has really contributed to when I've had, and you know, still continue to have at times, in Post Syndrome, you know, not feeling good enough. It can stop you talking about yourself in a positive way and shouting about successes. And then if you don't kind of tell people how great you are, then how do you expect to get that promotion or that next step in a job,...

...because you're not letting people know how brilliant you are? And another thing is that's very close linked to it, is if I make a mistake about if I make some mistake, and what I'm doing. I'll be very, very hard on myself and I really kick myself for it and I'll overanalyze it, but that's not something I think about other people. You know, when I've been in a leadership position as a manager, very keen as long as people learn from their mistakes. There's nothing wrong with making a mistake, just don't make the same mistake again and again and again. Now use it as an opportunity for learning. And another side that I really struggle with perfectionism is that my core value, the thing that really means most to me, is being authentic, and that really comes up against perfectionism, because you can't be authentic and perfect. It's completely unrealistic. But the good thing is when I recognize that value in myself, that actually made it a lot easier to let go of perfectionism. And it's still something I have to work on, something I have to actively remind myself about, but my motto very much is done is better than perfect. Now that you're not going to she anything if you don't do anything. So I'd much rather, you know, not edit this podcast and just put it out as raw as it is than have to go on some course to learn what to do, to then never be happy with the sound quality, to then you know, it takes us months to get an episode out, whereas you know, this is all done within like twenty four hours. So that's one that's very kind of personal to me. I think it's a very common one that a lot of people have and, like I said, I don't you know, if somebody else said that stuff to me, I could very easily challenge them on it. So that's another way that I can kind of talk myself out of it if I'm getting stuck in that procrastination cycle, is to kind of think about myself and a third person, like if somebody else was saying this to you, what would you do? Well, I'll tell them not to worry about making the states and don't worry if it's not perfect, just get stuff done. And then the one that's more of a universal belief, so this could be really hard to work on because you believe it about everyone, is that you don't deserve things unless you work hard. Now I think a lot of people would listen to that here that and be like well, of course you don't deserve things if you don't work hard, but then what's your perception of that hard work. What does hard work mean to you? What what is deserving of someone getting good things? And it's led to me having, you know, experiencing a lot of jealousy. So if you perceive that people are having stuff handed to them, you think, Oh, I never get anything handed to me. I have to work hard for things that I want. And also guilt, you know, when I felt that I've achieved, I've been given something or been given a lot of praise for something, when I think I didn't really work very hard on that, I don't know. You know, I shouldn't have got, you know, AI's at GCSEC because I didn't revise for them, you know, and that's something that we've worked on through coaching, as you know. So we've discussed this before and actually it's looking at well, actually, what I did was I worked really hard during the year and I knew all that stuff all the way through, you know, the school years, so I didn't need to revise because it was already you know, luckily, I'm just someone who wants they pick something up, it kind of stays with them. So I shouldn't feel guilty about getting getting a's at GCS because I did work hard, I just worked hard in a different way to other people. Yes, it's a really tough one to let go of because it just sounds...

...so factual. You don't deserve things unless you work hard. And you know, for both of these beliefs and being someone who struggled with mental health, and if you want to hear a fun episode about that, listen to episode one where I going to that a bit deeper, these beliefs are really hard to let go of an exchange of something more positive, because, you know, when you are in suffering with poor mental health, it's hard to think positively about yourselves and you really do believe that these beliefs are are factual. So that can really kind of solidify these thoughts in your mind as well. So I think these are the sorts of beliefs that have had the biggest impact on my life in terms of, you know, have I stayed in a job that I shouldn't have been in? Have I, you know, not gone through a new job opportunity? Have I not put my all into a job application because I was trying to self sabotage? So yeah, these can, these can kind of have a really wide impact on your your life if you don't recognize and for what they are and actively start working on them. How about you? Carmen? It's quite interesting. Before I go into my one, will you mentioned there's sometimes, you know, like the jealousy part. We look at people passing us by something we want to do and they going faster than ours or whatever, and we feel like, oh, they're getting thansful free. You have these natural negative buyers that I'm under percent. Sure I got to a lot of news for free. I'm hand sin. Sure I work my ass off as well. Yeah, I don't remember the things for free. No, it's how funny how our ego and our minds keepers seeing this kind of like the negative side. Yeah, yeah, you know, primary survival or whatever it is, but I'm sure it happened. Yet they're not top of mind. The things I got for free, you know, just to have a healthy body. Well, they speak, yeah, but we don't pay attention to these things. So we with beliefs as well. We are the worst judge is towards ourselves, because the way I talk to me, I will never talk to you or another. Oh yeah, that's Easter. There's no way. Somebody says to me, Oh, my gods, I feel lazy. If I got this, I would judge them. I feel good for you. Yeah, Lazy. And it's quite interesting because one of my ones. It's a game, not so much as professionism, but hard work, and I think it comes from, as I mentioned a lot in this chapter, religion. So Catholic environments. You have to work extremely hard for anything you get in life and there is no guarantee you get it, but you have to work hard because if you don't, the guild and the fear started coming into your life and it's a constant daily, you know, fight with these two emotions. So in my you know, in my experience, like nobody could work harder than me in my career because I work so hard. I work like a dealer sell battery. So go long, along, along and on, and then I'm tired, I still go on. It's like pushing this heavy rock continuously, no matter what. The problem with that is that you get so tired to live in this pushed and race that. Yet that's you physically and affects you emotionally. So it has a huge impact in your health. I mean, I remember many times I leave on the third floor and we don't have a lift. I remember many times to come back and I was, you know, before thirsty, to come back from work and have to stop to sit down in the second floor before I went to my flat. I was so tired, a young girl, I mean, you know. But so from a healthy point...

...of view, you have to be very carefully. has a huge impact on you and I don't think you can never get to this optimal performance that we want to get. Where you are in the floor, you know, and it's been something's actual supposed to be easy for us because we have certain talents and certain abilities that are by nature easier for us. So I totally agree with you with this hard work. The other one that I mensioned before. Have you been the other section? It was a belief about money, and I don't know who invented that belief, but there's a belief there is a lack and if we leave from a point of view that there's no much money in this world, we all have to fight to grab a little bee of what it is in this world. It would be a better belief to say there's plenty of and there is no you know, you don't have to buy because plenty for everybody. And the thing with money as well, and coming from my background, there's this sentence that is manage the root of all evils. What the full sentence was? The love of money is the root of all evil, but somebody cut the sentence and belt to the love of and just left money is the root of all evil. Many is an amazing thing. Money is energy. Money gives us happiness, it gives us healthy, gives us whatever we want to achieve. We can be more altruistic, we can help people. So maney money is energies are fantastic to to have in your life. Yet if you have a belief that man is the root of all evil, or if you saw in the past what you've heard, your parents or grandparents or some neighbors or whatever, talking like rich people about selfish you know their rich because they don't buy the pay the brice salary to the employees and they don't care about anybody. So you have this image and you of course you're a very nice person and you want to continue like that in your life. So imagine if I have that belief and then I go I want to earn half a million a year. I will never get there because I could be working really hard and doing the right things, but this problem in my head that I don't know I have. It's telling me no, no, you don't want this, because if you get there, you're not going to be a nice person and everybody's going to dislike everybody that matters to you are going to dislike you and you don't have a clue. While you're not getting there, because you see that you do in the same studies as you colleague. You working as hard, you are as brute or better than then. Yet you know getting there they could be the u colleague has a belief that money is amazing. I can do so much if I get money into my life. So that is how you know it's so important in this belief and the ones that are more personal to me, because I think the belief about managed by universal affects many people. The ones are very personal to me that three like I not deserving, and I think it's a Catholic environment as well. I'm not diserving, you know. I'm not worthy of things and I'm not enough. So I'm not clever enough, pretty enough, total enough. What you know? I can write to pay this a long list of arm knowing enough and the really damaging, because what just to happen is you treat yourself really badly, you judge yourself really, divided badly, nothing is good enough, and then when you look at back, back at all these beliefs. Sometimes there was an opportunity out there just in front of me, but you believe you're not worthy of it or you don't deserve it or you're not going to be clever enough, so you don't go for it. And then it happens that you went for it because Michael League and my boss push me through it. They send my clev rather than me sending my city, and then I got the job. So it was because they believe in me when I didn't believe in me. Or you want to change your career, you're not happy, but because you think that, yeah, you know like, well, I'm a numbers person. How the anythink that you can...

...be a good coach? HMM, you don't. You allow you fears and disbeliefs to say no, no, keep yourself in numbers. You could at it and and the other big carriers. Well, and is huge. If you have these beliefs, you are not as certain in your life. And when you're not asserted you are the yest person, so you say yes to everything, so you have to even work harder and you become so unhappy because you have facts your relationships at work as well with your partner. You know, if you don't set up the boundaries in all the areas in your life, as human beings, we take advantage. You know it's not conscious, but and then you feel were sentful and you feel very unhappy. So at the end you you don't become the person you want to be. So ide end, the consequences are huge because you can keep people in this kind of level of unhappiness. That is acceptable because I know how to live my life in this level of unhappiness. But do you want that real life? And then there is an emptiness in your soul because you are meant to do something. Yeah, you doing something totally different because you don't believe in yourself, you know, deserving. So you feel your soul hearts, you feel sempty because you're not walking the path you should be walking. Their life is no enjoyable. You know, you could look at life like so much work. Yeah, and it's a tiny bit of happiness here and there, but the majority of life is so negative and that has huge consequences for people in their life. So yeah, there are many, many of these three things. On a personal level, that always affected me and when I look back, the only Savi yea was that people around me belief in me. So they help me and they push me. And the second thing, I guess because of my heart work belief, in a way my heart work helped me to get things in life. So it was negative from for my health. They in a way I was achieving things that perhaps was not my path, but I still achieve certain kind of success. But yeah, it's you can have a lot of damage and a lot of impact you life. HMM, in terms of so we mentioned. You know what we think what they are, the the impact in our lives. If we want to give the audience a little tool, Olivia, about how can we have them to change their beliefs, can you take us through what people can do to start sharing in their beliefs? Yeah, so, as as coaches, as people who work within, you know, the selfdevelopment field, you know there are different ways of looking at a limiting beliefs and how you work on them. But I'm going to take you through sort of one sort of tried and tested method and it's going to be a range of steps that you kind of have to go through. And I would say, or so that as coaches, limiting beliefs are something I would say we see in all clients like they're completely normal. But that first step of overcoming limiting beliefs is first of all just recognizing it. You know what is it, what name it, write it down. What is that limiting belief? And that can be really hard. That can be something that's easier for somebody else to see in you than it then it is for yourself, and that's where coaching can be very helpful. So I will have clients say things and I will then challenge them like well, that doesn't is that a fact? Is that? Give me some evidence of that, and it's where you really can't provide real evidence of something being true that you can start to really recognize that the limiting belief. But the first step is...

...to just recognize it, call it out, know what it is, and that is so important because once you recognize it you will start noticing when you're having those kind of thoughts. And then, once you've recognized it, you need to work out if you can because it may have happened so long ago in your childhood that you don't remember where it came from, but it's working out the source of it. Where did that belief come from? Who's told you that way? If you heard it, is it from caregiver? Is it from TV, the media, teachers? When did it form in your life? How long have you had that belief? Now I found with many clients it's, you know, very much rooted in childhood at home, so the way that they were brought up or experiences that they had at school. So if you can work out, like, when did I first start believing this about myself or about other people, that's another really important step. And then you really need to recognize how false it is. What has that belief stopped you from doing, stopped you from achieving? And it's okay to get angry at it and be pissed off that my life would have been so different if I haven't had this thought, because the chances are it may well have been very helpful at some point in your life. And it's okay because you realize it isn't now and you're going to change it. You're very open to changing that belief about yourself. And then what you need to do is form an empowering belief. So exchange that limiting belief for something that is called an enabling belief, so something that allows you to do something, something that makes you feel more positive about it. Consider where that belief will take you, what it will let you think and do and what evidence it will create in the next step. So when you're thinking about an empowering belief, sometimes just thinking I am I am good at public speaking, for example, that might be a step too far. It might not feel realistic, but I can be good at public speaking. That seems like a really realistic and honest way of thinking. So if you have the belief of Oh, I can't, I can't do public speaking, so I'm just not going to do it, where you can be there's things you can do to make you better at public speaking. And then once you've got that enabling belief, that more empowering belief, you need to act as if it were true already, like you're some kind of method actor and you're going through the motions, because, although our minds are very complicated and we don't understand all of it at all, it's not great at knowing when you're acting or not. So you can pretend to yourself that you really believe in something and you will trick your mind into believing it. And with that, because you believe it will lead you to do that next step and you want to create evidence of success. So part of recognizing that a belief was false was recognizing that there really wasn't evidence of it being true. So what you want to do with these powerful beliefs is be able to prove to yourself that they are true, they are based on evidence. So you've recognized and challenged your limiting beliefs, found empowering beliefs and now you need to create evidence. So if we take public speaking, to continue that example, you could join a toastmasters group as a first step and then...

...you watch others do public speaking, do table topics. They're just speaking to each other and it's a really supportive environment. And then it comes time for you to do your first speech, your ice breaker we talk about yourself. Well, well done, you've done some public speaking. That's evidence that you can be good at public speaking. So when you see that you've had a success in it, in the new belief, no matter how small, you can use that as an affirmation, tell yourself I did it, and think about how you now change as a person and there's no way back because you've done something new. You can't undo that. You have that new belief and you keep building on that evidence until the limiting belief that you originally thought seem so stupid and your new beliefs feel so comfortable and true that that is something you really believe. So it's really important to be determined and persistent in doing this work on yourself. So you know it can be very hard work, but it is well worth it in the end because the consequences are going to be that you achieve so much more and that you feel so much happier in what you're doing now. You know, as a life coach, I'm going to say this is something that is much easier to work on with with a life coach because they can really kind of get down to the real crux of what that limiting belief is. But those are just some steps. So just to quickly go over them again, it's first where you need to recognize the limiting belief, work out where it came from, work out that it's false, exchange it for a more empowering belief, start acting as if your new empowering belief is absolutely true and start recognizing the evidence of that new belief. So when you're doing new things and you've achieve new things to do with that belief, then you really, you know, note down that that success in your head or even write it down somewhere and remind yourself on a daily basis, like I've done this, this and this, until you truly believe in that new belief and your old belief seems like something really silly that you should never have believed in of yourself. It's a point. So, Olivia, just sorry to interact you, but is Sam this? When you were talking about these days, say it's a really good little model that people can use. The two areas that I would like to say something. Yeah, when we when we recognized that a belief and how negative is being in our lives. We need to have self love and Selfcompassion, and it's okay to get down then and all that business, but just remember that we all have the we all been brainwashed and program is how our human means we work, or else we couldn't survive. We can't become a functional personal society. We can survive. So it just look at yourself saying rather than getting too angry about all my gods, it has such a big impact in my life and I wasted so many years. Look at it like I am so lucky right now to realize at this point in my life, because you could be that many people die without so it's huge that, however all you are, or whatever you are in life, just to realize that things are no war king for you, the reliefs, it's huge. So I think it's really important to feel self love and selfcompassion. Don't kill yourself too much, don't get yourself too angry, because you can go into this kind of vicious circle and it's not productive. And then the second thing is as well. When we were talking about evidences, and we're talking before about the subconscious mind, that programming...

...and the brain. The brain doesn't know if it is true or false, it just believes it. When we we want to change it too, new beliefs, is what you mention is and it has to be done by repetition. It's about creating new habits, because the exact conscious mind is a habit of mind. So even things like what you mentioned, I can do. I can be good at public speak King. Just repeat it to yourself and you in your mind I can be good, I can be good, I need good now, probably not by can be good. And then the mind it starts a hearing like Oh, there is a new problem, and little by little, but we have to work at it all the time, in a way, you know, with this evidence. And the thing is because we have to go from one habit to the other, the habit of saying I can't do to the one saying I can do or I am a good public speaker. So it's just to the two little things, and the first one, to me, is really important because it's I think many of us will treat ourselves partly. Yeah, I think that's a good point. I think you get angry at the belief, but don't get angry at yourself for having believed it. It's be angry at that belief as if it was an object. If you if you want to, you might not. You not not be bothered. You might be like yeah, okay, fine, I thought that. Now I don't. I'm going to think about something else. But it might be not. You're I'm really annoyed that I've spent years thinking that. Wouldn't be annoyed that you spent years thinking it, just be annoyed at it. Yes, afuely. And then with the with the brain just to bring up that you said about brainwashing and reprogramming. That's that's kind of what we're doing when we're believing the new belief to be true. So when we're kind of, you know, repeating that to yourself, it really is. You know, brainwashing doesn't have to be a negative thing. We always talk about negative way, but we're sort of doing that again, but we're doing it with something more positive to make us feel better and be able to achieve more and ultimately feel more fulfilled in life. So, you know, we've we've already been brainwashed by our kind of experiences in past, and now we're just doing it in a more positive way to to make us happier, and it's more conscious way. Because, yeah, individual decision is not our parents, grandparents, the priests like we make a voice. It's Ye choice, I want to do this, and it's a totally different yeah, totally different. They is to bring washping before you really wash yourself for something that's going to serve you well. Bring washing is great. Yeah, rank not bad and it's a good point where you said something I've had. For me, I found it inside of them really difficult to do all my own. I needed my coach to help me out in that. It can be a journey. Yeah, is it? Well, something the audience can check out this a Dr called Doctor Bruce Lipton, l ypto N m. He has a he's an expert in this area and has a lot of videos in your tube and it's very interesting guy to listen to if anybody wants to talk a little bit deeper in this, in this area. So anything else for for you, Olivia? No, I think I'm going talked out today, but I look forward to kind of speaking to you again next week. Okay. So connect with us is to naked truth pots or twitter at naked truth and the score pots. Our facebook page is naked truth, but caast with Carmen and Olivia, and if you would like to collaborate and share your story, how our email address is naked truth pot at emailcom. Tell your friends about us, spread the world, stay honest, stay you and stay naked. Bye. Bye.

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