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Hi everyone. Welcome back to Organize and Energize the podcast. This week we're talking to my dear friend Natalie Ledwell. I love Natalie because she's a risk taker, a nonconformist, a rule breaker, and a maker who believes nothing is impossible. Natalie Ledwell is also an authentic and internationally renowned motivational speaker, A bestselling author, the Law of Attraction Guru, and the host of the Not Over Just Different podcast. She's also the co-founder of the Revolutionary Personal Development Company, Mind Movies. I don't know if you've guys have ever heard of Mine Movies, but you'll hear a lot about it during this podcast, and Mind Movies has touched the lives of over 10 million people worldwide. Nat resolves in Southern California with her puppy, Bella, whom Nat is crazy about and Bella's crazy about her. Oh, yes, they're a pair. Nats mission is to empower another 10 million adults and kids all around the world to lead lives fulfill with joy, happiness, and passion. These are the lives that they were destined to live. So let's jump into it. You're going love this podcast and let's meet Natalie.
Hi everyone. I'm back and I'm with my friend Natalie Ledwell. She is an Aussie that's an outlier in the whole world and she's done amazing things with her life and for the world. And today we're going jump into how to manifest according to your wildest dreams beyond imagining. So welcome to the show, Natalie.
[00:02:10] Natalie Ledwell: Thank you for having me, Kat. Kat and I have been friends for a really long time so it's great that we have one of our conversations and we get to share it with other people. It's pretty cool.
[00:02:19] Kathi Burns: Yeah, I absolutely love it. And this will just be a girlfriend's conversation. So for those who don't know, Natalie, why don't you give a little backstory, Natalie besides the fact that you're obviously Australian, talk a little bit about your background and what brought you to where you are now?
[00:02:34] Natalie Ledwell: Like we said, I'm Australian. I actually grew up in a country town and one of eight kids, so I come from very humble beginnings. And when I was 18 and old enough, I was the hell out of my hometown. And I moved to Sydney, which was the biggest city near where I was. And from the age of 21, I'd been managing, so managing fitness clubs. I just took my way into that job and went, I'm sure I could do a pretty good job of this. But it was great because my first 11 years of my career, I was practicing my entrepreneurial muscle on other people's business with other people's money, which was really good. And then I met my husband and our first business was a nightclub, so we bought the nightclub and two weeks later we got married. So it was just crazy times. And we, after we sold the nightclub, after having it for five wild and crazy years we went through a whole series of different businesses. We are, we were the poster child for being a serial entrepreneur. We did bathroom advertising, we did property development, we had coffee franchises, we had health food businesses. When you name it, we were doing it. And it was really interesting because during that time I call that time, that was my thirties I call item like my beige years. Because we're kinda just going through the motions and Glenn had come home and go, look, I've got this idea for a business. I go, great. And he goes no, you are supposed to be the voice of reason. I'm like, what's the worst that can happen? We lose some money and we'd just make some more big fat deal. So we were just going through the motions and then 2007 we had a friend approach us with this really cool idea. The secret ne with had just been on Oprah and everyone was talking about visualizing and the law of attraction, and he created this little slideshow that was like affirmations and photos and music, and it was his version of a vision board. And it was super cool. So he is let's, start this, let's set up a website and let's sell the instructions so people can make these movies. And Glen could hardly turn on a computer. I hadn't even heard of YouTube at this stage, and this is 2007. And we had four businesses that we were already trying to operate at that time. So it's dude, I dunno if we need another business, but to be honest with you, we put a little video on YouTube, we set up the website, and then within months there were so many emails coming through from people going, this is changing my life. I'm like, All right boys, we need to how do we figure out this internet thing, and so that started our journey. We came over here in 2008 to the US, joined a, went to a seminar, joined a mastermind group, worked our butts off for six months, and launched our little cool idea to the world. Which happened to be in September, 2008 when the economic crisis was happening. We had already racked up about 120 grand on credit cards, so I was like, please work. And we ended up doing like a $700,000 launch. Like thousand, tens of thousands of customers. And it's really what sort of launched us and put us on the map. And then from there we just, kept going. And so now we've reached during the pandemic, we reached our milestone of 10 million people that we've reached.
[00:05:35] Kathi Burns: That's amazing. People needed big time during the pandemic. People needed that.
[00:05:40] Natalie Ledwell: Yeah, big time. So now and we really did started doing that at 40. So at 40 I'm like trying to learn how to. I knew how to use Word. That was it. And M y o B, that's all I knew how to use on a computer. And I'm having to learn how to edit computer, edit videos, and write emails and websites and, so it was way outside my comfort zone. And then of course, when I get to 50, Where I could possibly be slowing down. I'm like, no, I'm going to get into education and I'm going to put together a program that's going\ help kids to, in increase their emotional intelligence and have a fulfilled and happy life. And I started that at 50 and I know what I'm doing there either, but it's just, I think that as entrepreneurs, that's what we do. You discover, where can I help? Because I think as an entrepreneur, we have a ton of different skills. That really can be applied to many different businesses. But it's just what, especially at this age, it's what blows your hair back? What is it that you really love to do because you've got all these skills and experience. It's why don't I funnel that into something that I love that's actually helping to make a difference.
[00:06:47] Kathi Burns: And I think a lot of people right now, with the great resignation, a lot of people are realizing at this point in their life, 40, 50, even 60, this is not what I want to do. I want to create my own thing. You and I have been serial entrepreneurs, forever our whole lives, but a lot of people don't have that in them. But what I think the good nugget of what you're saying is that it doesn't matter if you've never done it. Because the skills, what I feel, and tell me if you agree with this, that whatever skills you have in your toolkit that kind of leads to your passion, right? The reason that you have those skills, because it was something that you're really interested in at that point in, in your life and you learned it. And so bringing that to market is a win-win because it's gonna be your passion.
[00:07:29] Natalie Ledwell: I think I call it the breadcrumbs. You you go back and you follow the breadcrumbs and go what am I good at? What is it they like to do? What is it that people compliment me on that I know that, I do well? And it can be applied to many different things. But when it comes to the nuts and bolts of how to run a successful business, I think those skills apply to any business. But I've got to be honest with you, one of the gifts that I've realized, Both with starting mind movies and starting these personal growth studies, this program for schools is ignorance. There maybe there was some rules and there's certainly in education, there's rules in the ways that people normally do things. I don't know what they are, so I'm just doing it the way that I think I should do it, which is a blessing sometimes. I could absolutely go, oh my God, there's so much happening in politics and everything's going on in education, and teachers are resigning, and all these kind of things, and I'm like I can't focus on the negative. I've got to focus on, I've got this little thing that I've got going on here. I've gotta focus on what it is that I can do. Let me start reaching out to the low hanging fruit first. Let me reach out to the people who are really open and willing for this. Honestly, if I could say, look, every inner city, school that's struggling with kids with attendance and behavior issues, let's focus there. I would love to do that, but I have to go, no, let's start where we can make the difference first. And then from there, branch out from that. But you know that, I'm sure that there are certain protocols and everything, but I don't know what they are, so I'm just doing my own thing.
[00:08:57] Kathi Burns: I'm in a big thing of do it, don't, don't ask and then, don't ask for, yes. And that's actually how things are created here in the United States anyhow, is we have the trailblazers as we just trailblazed through, do what we want to do. And then maybe we'll get a no, but usually just go right past things and that's how innovation happens as well.
[00:09:16] Natalie Ledwell: Absolutely. And that's the thing. And you're talking about getting the no is just a normal part of operating a business. It's not like you go, oh, I have this idea and I put it into practice and then, ta-da, even when I was telling you about the launch of my movies and, $700,000, amazing. Everything that could go wrong, went wrong leading into that launch, like from our email delivery system shutting down our account cause they thought we were doing something illegal to PayPal, freezing half a million dollars in the account for six months for no reason to there was so many things that went wrong. But that's also part of the process. And I think to to be a great business person, an entrepreneur, resilience has to be part of the mix. Getting a no, you go, okay, great. Next. It's like the, it's not a, it's not a hands on head situation. It's a okay, that's not right. I've learned from that. What do I do better next time kind of thing.
[00:10:11] Kathi Burns: Yeah. If you had to, speaking of that, if you had to tell your 18 year old self something who had just left the nest and went from a small town to the biggest city she could find what would be your advice to her?
[00:10:24] Natalie Ledwell: To be honest with you, 18 year old me was like, I had more front than Kmart. I just, I saw seriously, I just took the world by the short girlies. Like I, I, for me there was, because I think I was young and I didn't really know. I was just, I was, and I was always being very confident. I did talk myself into some jobs that were way beyond my capability, but I quickly was able to figure it out. I was lucky for that. It'd be, and I think that I've, I don't have it as much now as I had back then. I could have it a little bit more now I think. As you get a little bit older, you're like, yeah, mellow a little bit or whatever. Or so much you go, look, I was probably a little too confident back then, but no I, my 18 year old self, she conquered the world. The only challenge I had is that in the beginning it was, because you know, my mother and I had a bit of a tumultuous relationship, so I. I did everything to stick it to her and go, ah, see I'm, I could do good without you. And then I realized, wait, that's not healthy. I should probably change that.
[00:11:24] Kathi Burns: Okay. That's really good. You can't say, don't have so much confidence. The more confidence the better, especially as an entrepreneur for sure. So talk a little bit about Mind Movies. Explain to the crowd here what exactly it is. I love vision Board explain how what it's all about.
[00:11:41] Natalie Ledwell: A vision board sorry. Mind Movie is like a movie version of a vision board, and it's a way to organize your thoughts and your feelings about the future that you wanna create and you get to explain or articulate this future using affirmations. So in a mind movie, maybe you've got all these different slides, and on each slide is an affirmation and a photo. Let's just say that, you've got you've, your first affirmation is I have an outrageously successful business. And then you have a picture of you doing what it is that you do best. So not only are you describing in words what it is that you want, but you're backing it up with an image because in essence, a mind movie is just a visualization tool. And what we know is that if you can't see in your mind, you are already living this future, you are never going to create it. You have to see it in your mind. It has to be a thought and it has to be a consistent visual. But what's more important than what in your mind is what you feel. Because we know that our emotions are the frequency that we send out into the unified field or into the universe. And so we wanna be able to feel what it's gonna be like when we get there. I was talking to some friends last night and they said, look, we're in this challenge right now. We're trying to get this funding, and it's really hard to stay positive when, the reality is that everything's, challenging. And I said, all you gotta do is go to the future and don't like you don't go esoterically. I've got this amazing business. Think of the moment that you are going to experience when you have that success. And for a lot of people, especially if they're helping other people, it's being in a moment where you are sitting across from someone or you're standing across from someone and they are expressing their gratitude for what your service or you did for them to help them change their life. There you can feel the emotion of of pride and accomplishment. Or feeling you know, really good about yourself, that those are the feelings that you wanna be feeling. Maybe it's that you close a big deal on a real estate or something, when you see the money in the bank or something, and then you what are you feeling or those emotions that you're feeling at that time as well? Or you're helping a family move into their new home. So you've gotta think of a moment that you will experience, which is a symbol of the success that you're creating. And then when you are in your mind and you're visualizing or imagining it, you want to really think about what am I seeing? What am I smelling? What do I taste? What am I touching? What am I emotionally feeling in this moment? And the more real that you make that the easier it is for you to create it. So with a mind movie, maybe you are describing those moments. But what helps you to emotionally get there is the music or the song that you choose to attach to your my movie. It becomes this anchor.
When I attracted my partner during Covid, I used a love song for that mind movie, and I use to use, for me, I like to, I'm all about the lyrics. Now I'd like to use songs that have got really positive lyrics and so forth, but it's, if it's something that, because it becomes the soundtrack of your life. So if you choose the right song, but really elicit that emotion, you've got this really powerful little visual thing that you can download onto your phone, onto your tablet. You can watch it every day, and it helps you to have these mental vacations in the future that you are starting to create now.
[00:15:01] Kathi Burns: Yeah, I've been thinking, I, I'm a firm believer in thought word deed, right? And as we go through this conversation, it's, it is occurring to me. Of course, you say you think the thought you speak it. And I think deed, I always thought deed is like doing it, but I think deed is not really doing it. I think deed is feeling it, smelling it, touching it. That's the deed part. And that's what mind movies does, I believe, because it puts. It's all about the emotions. Like you say, it's all that. And I think the deed part is the emotional actually. You're actually feeling it within yourself. So it put a new spin on that. Because I love it. I'm truly believe in the thought word deed, but I think it's thought word, emotion. Because that, that then creates the action.
[00:15:43] Natalie Ledwell: Yeah. For me, I think that, to become this homing beacon for everything that we need to make it happen, the trifecta that I look at is our thoughts, our emotions, and our actions. Now, every thought that we have has an emotion attached. So when you are thinking yourself in this future, you're feeling the emotions have already been there. And the thing is, when you do this on a regular basis, what you're doing is creating these new neural pathways in your brain. Now, along these neural pathways, we have different thoughts that are traveling. Now, these new thoughts are connected to this visual that you keep seeing in your mind, that your subconscious mind thinks is what's happening now. Cause it doesn't really know the difference. And what that does is it automatically starts to affect your actions. So for let's say that you have a health and fitness goal. If I'm watching my Health and Fitness Mind movie, in the beginning mine might be dragging my sorry butt outta bed every morning and just, I've gotta exercise. But after a while, you actually look forward to it. And you don't realize why, it's because you've got these new neural pathways saying, because one of the affirmations in your mind movie, is I enjoy getting up and exercising every morning thing.
[00:16:54] Kathi Burns: It's crazy like that. It's such an easier way to manifest things. And for those who are listening, if you haven't ever tapped into a mind movie we're gonna give you an opportunity to do that for sure at the bottom of the show. But it's just a phenomenal tool. For you to see your way to whatever you're creating and see your, see you being there. And I agree totally, Nat that it's, it's the emotional and it's hard to feel it and smell it. And that's one of the more difficult things. And I think that's what mine movies really helps you get into. The auditory brings around that emotion as well. If you can't really feel it, maybe the song will make you feel it. Like you say, you anchor into the lyrics. And the lyrics will take you there. For some, it's an instrument. For some it's, a specific run. We'll just take you right there, or a specific genre of music, and I think that's all at your fingertips within mind movies.
[00:17:44] Natalie Ledwell: Absolutely. I used to work with a gentleman by the name of Dr. Joe Dispenza. And he used to use mind movies in his Weeklong project programs. And so what he would do is he'd have people watching this kaleidoscope, which could have got them into trance, which means you're in suggestible mind. So you watch a kaleidoscope and then they'd be hundreds of people at this thing. And then they, he goes, okay, watch your mind movie. So people would had their device and their headphones in. And the first time this happened, I just remember just being so overwhelmed because all I could see is people's faces lit up from the device and just people crying. And the, when you make your own mind movie, like what we'll do is give you access to six pre-made mind movies so you get an idea of what a mind movie is. But if you make your own, like I've had so many people that I've personally helped make a mind movie that were just in tears and went, oh my God. This is my, this is the life I want. This is my life. And when you see it tangibly like that, it's okay, I've just built my belief unfold that this can actually happen because now I see it in a format that helps me to believe.
[00:18:50] Kathi Burns: Yeah. Yeah, I remember when that happened. Just you coming back saying, whoa, I can't believe this happened at this event. This in mind blowing. And is that kind of what sparked you to wanna bring it into the schools when you saw that transformation?
[00:19:05] Natalie Ledwell: I have had a passion to want to help children for a long time. And, I made mind movies platform for under twelves and for teenagers, which, the category is a little different. The photos are a little different in there. But I didn't really know how to help, how to reach them. And I remember one morning reading a news article about an 11 year old girl who had taken her own life because she was bullied at school. And it, it was just, and I'd heard about the suicide rates to everything, but this particular story, like 11. Like it broke my heart. I'm like, okay, I've gotta do something. And I was really lucky. I had a girlfriend of mine who's got two master's degrees in child psychology, and she's worked with kids in trauma all over the world. She reached out within a few days of that happening and going, come on, let's do this together. We were able to put like a whole program that's based in psychology and science. That's, really helpful for teachers because they just have to play the video. We've got ways of the children to be able, the students to be able to, tap into their own meditations and wellness check-ins and got this really cool, technology where they're just speaking to their phone and we can measure their emotions so they know how to course correct and everything as well and how to self-regulate. The pandemic has definitely accelerated a lot of the mental health issues that were already there, really brought it to the surface. Like I said, I've been working on this for a number of years, but now seems to be the unfortunately the perfect time for a program like this.
[00:20:34] Kathi Burns: Yeah. I didn't realize you had added all those all those elements to it. That's pretty cool. Because I think a lot of times kids are not self gaging. Kids are not a self-aware of what they're feeling or how to describe what they're feeling. That's amazing. That's really cool.
[00:20:50] Natalie Ledwell: The other thing too with this project and this is something like if someone's listening to the podcast right now and go, look, I, like this was my story. I want to help kids. I'm not qualified. I left school when I was 15 and I don't have kids. But I want to help kids. What I would do is go, okay, how do I want to do this? And I would sit in the visualization of what I want, like how I wanted to help. And then, like I said, my girlfriend, I haven't spoken to her for a year or something. Out of the blue calls me and goes, let's do this together. I'm like, okay. And for the longest time I had to fight my own inner voice that's telling me I'm not qualified, I'm not good enough. Who do you think you are? You don't really know anything about this. This is you're crazy. But I had to overcome that in a couple of ways. Number one is obviously having the belief that I can do it, but not that I have to do it by myself. You can always team up with people that can help you. And number two, I had to own what do I bring to this project? The platform that I already have has been an immense help. The fact that I have a team that can build a technology to deliver this, and my gift is being able to get information, like my girlfriend's information and put it into a teachable format, that's, I'm really good at that. So owning what I am good at, not listening to that little voice. And then really going, if I can't do it myself, who do I need to attract? Or what do I need to attract to be able to get me past this next step? And don't think that you have to do it all alone.
[00:22:15] Kathi Burns: None of us can do it all alone anyhow. Even if you think you can, you're going to burn out and flame out and it won't matter anyhow.
[00:22:21] Natalie Ledwell: But why do it alone when you don't have to?
[00:22:23] Kathi Burns: Yeah, that's true. That's true. So you and Glen, you guys have accomplished so much. What's your most memorable moment in this journey of yours since you've been in the US?
[00:22:34] Natalie Ledwell: Oh, there was so many. I think honestly back, if we go back to that launch in the beginning, in 2008, we worked like 12 hour days from our bedroom. Like we put everything on the line, we had no money. We're accumulating all this money on credit cards. And we, even when we got to the morning of the launch, we just weren't sure how it was going to go because we didn't realize until a day or two beforehand that what was happening economically in the world. Like we were so focused on what we were doing. We had no idea. And I remember the first hour, and our program was $97. It was pretty cheap. We did a hundred thousand dollars in the first hour. It was. I'm like, okay, credit cards are sorted. That's cool. But we ended up on $288,000 that first day. Imagine how many you think it's only a hundred bucks, like how many people that is that are coming through as customers. And I remember we invited everyone over that helped us that were friends that were, and we had got some vodka and some wine and everything I. And we were just playing. We had this, hit the refresh button party because every time we hit the refresh button, more money would appear in the account. I go, your turn to press the button, it was like that. And It was, I never, obviously it was the most successful, week of our entire lives. We've earned money before and we've lost money before, but this was something else. And to be able to share that with everyone, it's okay, now you press the button. It'd your turn.
[00:24:05] Kathi Burns: So these days, what do you do to celebrate your success? I'm asking this to every guest on my podcast because I think a lot of us forget to celebrate success. What is your ritual if you have one, or what do you do whenever you're like, yeah, I did it, accomplished it.
[00:24:20] Natalie Ledwell: Yeah. I have a lot of people to share the news with and to be grateful for, and to thank. Every time I get, something, a new bonus thing happens with the kids program. I call Glen, who's now my ex-husband, but he's still my business partner. I call, my partner Bert. I call, the people on my team, and then I have a moment where I just sit and just marinate in the moment and just feel the feels that come with it.
[00:24:49] Kathi Burns: That's important. I found with myself that I don't take the time to stop and marinate. It's okay, now I got to do this. So that's why it's a big question that I am asking everybody on the podcast, because I think, and everybody has different ways to to celebrate and a lot of people forget how to celebrate. I know I have done that in the past, so now I'm making a conscious decision of that for sure.
[00:25:10] Natalie Ledwell: Yeah, when you're GSD, it's very difficult. GSD is Get Stuff Done. So you've got that done. You're like, okay, tick. Now what's the look? Now what happens? And when I'm marinating in the moment, I could just be sitting out on my balcony with a cup of tea or a glass of wine. I could be going for a walk and just in every step being grateful. And just realizing and appreciating how far everyone that's worked on this project has come to get it to this point. And most of all to really appreciate the efforts that I've put in as well, because it's very easy to go, it was the team and it was this person, and if it wasn't, sometimes it's, I remember in a meditation, it was last year I did this meditation. And I was asking, about the kids program because it's been like five years I've been working on this. There are moments where I've been a little impatient. And I'm like, what's, the program what's happening with the program and I remember what came through my meditation is don't you understand? It's you are the special, it's your personality. It's who you are, it's how you show up. You are the secret sauce here. And I'm like, oh, okay. Because I can get caught in the, I'm not qualified type of role. So I have to sit down and go, you did it now and appreciate how I did it. And acknowledge, how I stepped up into it. Because it's easy for me to go. How was the team? It was everybody else.
[00:26:31] Kathi Burns: Not me. But you know you are the secret sauce because it wouldn't have happened without your thought. And I think all of you who are listening out there who have created your own businesses are thinking about creating your own business. You are the secret sauce. You are the special sauce. You are the only person that's going to create the company that you're creating or have created it. It's all your own unique blend.
[00:26:51] Natalie Ledwell: Absolutely, because there's a lot of people that teach what I teach. What I teach is not rocket science and it's not original. But there are certain parts of the community that are going to resonate more with me because they can identify themselves in me. They might identify more with me as a middle-aged woman than they would with, a young 25 year old guy or a, whatever else. There are people out there, a lot of people go, you got to find your tribe. I'm like, nah no. You show up as you and your tribe will find you. You don't have to do anything special. You just have to be authentic and real and show up as you and your people will find you.
[00:27:25] Kathi Burns: Yeah, that's awesome advice, Nat. Okay one question I have to ask, of course, is to keep yourself organized. What is your favorite organizing hack, tactic, program?
[00:27:36] Natalie Ledwell: I knew you were gonna ask this question. So I got my to-do to-do list there. It whole book of to-do list, like it's just, and I hand write it. Because I don't like, there is technology that you can keep on top of all of that, but I'm still old school. I like to do the handwriting thing. And I have it sitting next to me. So for me it's like I'll have the list. I don't have any expectations on when I'm gonna get everything done or doesn't have to be done in one day. It's as long as it's on the list, I know it's gonna get done when it gets done. Sometimes that list will be sitting there for a few days and I add some and I takes some off or whatever. Sometimes I'll have 20 minutes in between interviews or something. I'll go what could I fit in 20 minutes? I'm like, oh, I could get that done. Or what am I feeling creative about right now? What could I, get accomplished? Without the list. Then, and the calendar's also really big too. If I need to get something done or do payments or things like that, it all goes on the calendar.
[00:28:33] Kathi Burns: What calendar do you use?
[00:28:35] Natalie Ledwell: Google Calendar. Because a lot of the people that I work with my manager for the podcast, she can access my calendar. So she can get to see us. And the rest of my team, so when they're trying to organize me to do videos and different things, they can look at my calendar and go we can slot this in for that.
[00:28:49] Kathi Burns: I love the Google calendar for sure. I put all my clients on that. It's an amazing resource. Okay. So to wrap up what, is there something that we should have talked about that we didn't, something that I should have asked you that we've not discussed?
[00:29:03] Natalie Ledwell: I don't know. I think that, mind movies is definitely one part of the manifestation process. It's definitely very helpful and especially if you are looking to start a business and you don't even have to be super clear when you begin, you could go, look, I just wanted a successful business that I love, that I feel passionate about where I get to help people. You could start from there. And then start to take some action and do some research and go, what am I good at? And what, what I like to do? So you don't have to be too clear to begin. But the idea is to begin, and I think that, we can, especially people like us who have lists, and there's a lot of stuff to get done. You can be, you can get overwhelmed with the mountain of things in front of you to get done, especially if you're starting a business. Don't focus on the mountain. And you don't even have to have a plan. All you need to know is what the next step is. That's it. And then what's the next step up after that? And what's the one after that? You don't have to focus one step at a time. That's how you get stuff done.
[00:30:02] Kathi Burns: And you can build your, you can build your mind movie as you go, right?
[00:30:06] Natalie Ledwell: Absolutely. You can go in and edit it and add to it and everything that you want. But that's how you, that's how you get anything done. Because you get immobilized and overwhelmed when you look at the mountain. We don't wanna be there. We just wanna look at one step, that's doable. We could do that.
[00:30:21] Kathi Burns: Can do that one little thing. Small specific action steps. You're a talk of my language girlfriend. Okay. And I know that you have something that you're offering the audience here. There's a treat, you guys, you got to make sure to take advantage of this. So let's talk about that, Natalie.
[00:30:35] Natalie Ledwell: Yeah. So let's, I say I'm gonna offer you six pre-made mind movies. These are free. The link is mind movies.com/organize. So when you go there you can download the Mind movies and they're on specific subjects, creating wealth on career, on relationships. And once you start watching these mind movies, these are pretty generic in general, but the great thing about these is they give you an idea of what it is that you would put in your own mind movie, or what you want for yourself. And it helps you to get into that feeling of this is what it feels like to be wealthy and I can see myself in this movie and I can see myself doing these things, and these are the things that I specifically want. So they're really great to be able to motivate you, to help you get clear about what it is that you want specifically, and what wealth represents for you, or what health represents for you. And you can save them to your phone or you and watch them on your computer. And they're just a, an awesome way to get your thoughts organized on what is it that I really do want?
[00:31:35] Kathi Burns: Yeah. What do you resonate with? Just play. Play all of them guys out there. Play all of them. Yeah. And see which ones really resonate. And then if you wanna take it a step farther, you can customize it, put your face in there, put on your groovy music, whatever floats your boat and really make it your own. So it's a really good gift, Natalie, thank you so much. Okay, this is it. We're wrapping it for this week. Thank you for listening. Thank you so much, Natalie. It's good to reconnect with you again. We don't see each other now that you move far away as the bird fl not as the bird flies. As a car drives. You're very far as the bird flies. We can wiggle my nose. I come see you all the time. Anyhow take care gang. We will see you next week. And make sure to download that mind movies.com/organize. The link will be there as well. Take care.
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