Welcome back to another edition of the list building lifestyle. I’m your host, Igor Kheifets and I’ve got a cool, special treat for you. Because this past week, Les Brown, yes, the legendary Les Brown came in and gave a talk to my high level coaching clients, and I just can’t hold back on you, I really want you to hear it. So what I’ve done here is I cut out all the water, because we’ve had a lot of people ask a lot of questions there. We really, we kept them there for a few hours. And they just gave you the meat. And I want you to listen to the guy. He’s so inspirational. He’s probably one of the most inspirational people I’ve ever met in my life. And I did happen to meet him one time, we hung out for about an hour in a hotel lobby together. He’s just, you know, he’s pretty dope, like, honestly, he’s, he’s pretty amazing. And what I really love about Les is he’s like, kind of what you see is what you get, the way he is on stage is exactly the same way he is in person. So truly tremendous speakers have a tremendous influence on millions and millions of people. And I just had a ton of fun recording this call with him. And it was a true pleasure and an honor. And if you want to learn more about what he’s up to these days, you can check out his website at lesbrownmiami.com. He’s got an event coming up this weekend in early November. So you can still go and get some tickets, get streaming access if you can’t physically attend it, but definitely check it out. So without further ado, I give you Mr. Les Brown.
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Hello, this is Les Brown.
This your last round less how are you? We’ve been waiting for you. So happy to have you on the call.
Thank you so much. I’m very happy to be here. Awesome. Well, we
got we got a bunch of people here. And I’ve just given them the task. If you could only ask Les Brown one question, what would it be? So get ready for some really cool questions. There’s a lot of stuff about self-doubt in the chat less. And basically the question is, from Nikon or niche on from Shannon, is this what are some of the steps or the best tip you can give us to overcome internal self-doubt, and feel more confident most of the time?
Well, they’re doing it if they’re listening to you. Because we cannot control the thoughts that come in our mind. But we can control the thoughts that we dwell on. If they would just take the time to listen to speakers like yourself or the speakers that are going to be on the program or go on YouTube and find Les Brown speaking in the Georgia Dome or watch the video. It’s possible. What you’re doing is programming your mind and not allowing your mind to be programmed. The scripture says as a man thinks in his heart, so is he. The reason that most people have doubt and fear and feeling uncertain and hopeless is because they’re not intentionally creating a ritual for themselves. When I get up in the morning, I have a ritual that I follow. I’d make a list of seven things that I’m grateful for. That’s number one. Number two, I have an affirmation that I say, Lord, whatever I’ve faced today, together, you and I can handle it. The third thing, I make a list of seven things I’m going to get out of the day. Most people wake up and they go on automatic. We’re just trying to get through the day. No, if you don’t have an agenda for your life, then you are operating on somebody else’s agenda. The other thing that’s very important, you earn within two to $3,000 of your closest friends. You must ask yourself the question and I had to do this. Looking at the people in your life and asking yourself the question, what is this relationship doing to me? Am I blowing money? Toulon, emotionally and spiritually and financially. Am I the kind of person that I know within myself that I can be? Then you think about it. I was born in Liberty City abandoned building on a floor of 62nd Street, Northwest 17th Avenue with my twin brother. And in overcrowded Douglas elementary school, I was labeled educable mentally retarded put back from the fifth grade to the fourth grade, build again and the eighth grade at Booker T. Washington High School. And because of my relationship with a teacher named Mr. Leroy Washington, he said, Mr. Brown, people don’t live life as it is, they live life as they are, develop your mind. Train yourself, young man to read a minimum of one book a month, I do three months now. He said the average American reads one book a year, in five years, when the average American would have read five books. And you read 60 books that will make you an expert in that area of interest that you have. The other thing is he said, practice the principle of oak up only quality people. And they’re going to find that and the training that we’re going to do November the 11th, through the 13th. Because your network determines your net worth. And the other thing that he said, he said, develop your communication skills. Because once you open your mouth, you tell the world who you are. He’s absolutely right. And so when you put yourself in an environment with people that you can learn from, when you intentionally drill and read constantly positive material, listening to motivational messages on a regular basis, you are programming yourself for success.
Awesome. Thank you. Now let’s fire the next question. Actually, this one I find interesting, because I think you’re one of the most perfect people to answer this question. You’ve been prolific, one of the most prolific people in the self-development space or the speaking space. You’ve been speaking for how many years now?
52 years. I’m 77. And I’m still going strong. I still got the fire in my belly. Still hungry? Yeah.
Awesome. So here’s a question for you. A question from David. And he asks, how can you get the fire back when you’ve burned out?
That’s a very good question. And here’s something that I strongly believe, find that, which is your calling. You get burned out from a job. I call it the journey of the broke, when you’re doing something that’s your calling, a calling is something that you love so much that you do it for nothing. But you do it so well that people pay you to do it. Don’t get tired of motivating and inspiring people. Because this is who I am. You think about people who found the things that they love doing. It’s not a job to them, they say I’ve never worked. This is something that I love. It’s their hobby, and they happen to be so good at it, people pay them for it. So they got burned out from doing something that wasn’t them. Find something that’s in your heart where your heart is there, your treasure is also. And I guarantee you, you’ll never get tired. You can wake me up in the middle of the night, and I’ll make a paraplegic get up and run. I got it like that.
Awesome. All right. Next question is from scat. And scat is asking for some book recommendations. Specifically, what are the top three books you recommend for life? And top three books you recommend for business? Well,
my book called you’ve got to be hungry. And that’s good for life and for your business. And they can get that on Amazon, Amazon. Another book that I would recommend that I’ve read probably about 18 times. It’s a small book, and they have a male version and a female version, as a man thinks and as a woman thinks in their heart. So is he, that’s a book that I love. Because I don’t know if you’ve ever had the experience of reading something and then years later you read the same thing and you get more out of it. That new time because your level of awareness Neolife experiences you can see things that you weren’t able to see before. And the other book that I highly recommend is a book by one of the people that I admire and that’s my mentor Mike Williams, I wrote the foreword for it. And it’s called the road to your best stuff, the road to your best stuff. It’s very important to have somebody in your life that can take you to a place in yourself that you can’t go by yourself. And that’s going to be the experience that people will have when they come November the 11th, through the 13th, at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott. Because you can’t see the picture. When you’re in the frame, you can’t read the label when you end up in the box. And through this experience, what allowed me to stand out as a speaker, the rest of the speakers were going around giving information from think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill, and being governed and influenced by the philosophy of the Dale Carnegie course, which is a very good course, tell them what you’re going to tell them, tell them and then tell them what you told them. I’m going to teach them how to make it against all odds, I’m creating an experience. Oliver Wendell Holmes said that once your mind has been expanded beyond your culture, and your mental conditioning and your circumstances, it can never be satisfied to go back to where it was. And so inflammation only impacts two areas of the brain. But when you come with an experience that touches the heart, that impacts five areas of the brain, and that allows you to have a larger vision, beyond your mental conditioning and your circumstances. And you get out of your history and begin to live and your imagination. That’s what Scripture says, I’ll give you all your eyes can see, we teach you how to discipline your mind, and tune up the distractions of life. And this is why most people are not achieving their goals, because of distractions, because of ignorance. And because they allow themselves which I did this for years to be sidetracked by secondary activity, I was taking on other people’s stuff, family members stuff, and not my own stuff. And a friend of mine told me he said, Listen, don’t make somebody a priority, who’s made you an option.
Now that’s, that’s a really good point, especially starting out when people kind of don’t take you seriously. And there’s tons of naysayers, you know, they really don’t think you’re actually doing anything productive, they will always try to take over your time and your agenda. And if you’re dancing, if you’re basically following someone else’s agenda, you’re not fooling your own.
Yeah, and the other piece is, when you get started on a goat, it’s hot. And if you do what is easy to quit, do the same thing that you’ve been doing, your life will be hot. But if you do the hot stuff, if you go through it, when you get on an airplane, they tell you to listen, fasten your seat belt, because we’re going to experience some turbulence before we reach a comfortable altitude. Anything that you’re learning starting out is going to be challenging for you, because you’re just learning it, it’s going to be hot, but we can do it. And people now are looking at their lives and saying, Hey, I’m willing to do the hard work. Life, at the end of the day, is a fight for territory. And once you stop fighting for what you want, be it peace of mind, be at your marriage, your children’s future, once you stop fighting for what you want, what you don’t want will automatically take over,
man, those are some good points. You know, there is this element, which I didn’t think about this way before. But there’s a vacuum, right? And it always gets filled with something. So unless you’re consciously filling it with the things you want, life kind of fills it with things by default, doesn’t it?
Yes, because where energy goes, where your focus goes, energy flows. So you have to discipline yourself to focus on the things that you want to create in your life because what you think about you brings about we can’t control the thoughts that come in our minds. But we can control the thoughts that we dwell on. And now in this space, where we are, where you’re not feeling safe, where you go to public events, or we send our children to school, and one of my daughter’s she’s a teacher, and she said, Daddy, I got to go now and I said what’s wrong? Well, we’re about to do a drill in the event. A shooter comes into the school. Well, when I was in school, we did five drills. Now kids and teachers have to find ways strategically, where do you run and hide if a shooter is in the school? We have never been in this kind of space before. So there’s an edginess, the road rage of people fighting over toilet paper in grocery stores, parking lots, just any little thing. That’s causing people to go off the deep end when a guy comes online and kills his children is a different kind of climate. And so we have to have events that help us to create mental wellness, giving people the tools that allow them to govern their thinking and their emotions and allow them to master themselves in the midst of all of the disruptions, major disruptions require major transformation.
Now, let me ask you a slightly different question. I’m really curious to hear the answer myself, actually. If you had to start your career over today, what would you do? Where would you start?
Right now doing what I’m doing right now. I teach you this is very important, and hear me clearly live your life, the way you want to live your life. I asked an audience, similar question. I said, if you knew you had six months to live, what would you do differently? And the majority of the people that are in there, most of them employed, and many with their own business, say, I would quit my job, or I would close my business because they’re doing something that’s not theirs. When you live your life, the way that you want to leave your life, I feel like a little toy story. He was a Russian author. And he says, As I face inevitable death, what is the meaning and purpose of my life that will not be undone or destroyed when I’m gone. And I believe that the people that I trained, the people that I speak to, and the people that they influence and impact and the people that they influence, and transform their lives, that work will not be undone and destroyed when they’re gone. Because most people die in a life that they have never lived. Most people die at age 25. And don’t get buried until they’re 65 walking, breathing courses, our classmates and saying, Wait, man, I see you on the internet all the time. And I asked them, what are you doing? So I live my life? And I asked them, excuse me? Are you calling me from the cemetery? You got a pulse saying you live your life. You’re sitting home watching Netflix, you’ve lived your life, and you’re still breathing. And so you have to be intentional about life. And I decided because of a defining moment that someone spoke to me. I was labeled educable mentally retarded. And this man Mr. Leroy, Washington said, Young man, they call me dt, the dumb twin. He said someone’s opinion of you does not have to become your reality. Do you hear me? And I said, yes, sir. How people live their lives as a result of the story. They believe in themselves. And I train speakers and I teach them to distract, dispute, and inspire to distract an audience individually and collectively. The story that they have bought into in their culture, the things they have heard, the things that they’ve experienced, the things that they’ve seen the conversations that have heard, and dismantle their current belief system, with how you overcame the things that you have experienced, and how they can become as Mother Teresa would say, a pencil in the hand of God and start writing a new chapter in their lives. And having goes beyond your comfort zone is major. Because in order to do something you’ve never done, you’ve got to become someone you’ve never been. People will come out of there with goals and dreams and knowing who they have to become the radical transformation they must take and make within themselves. And they’re going to have support group accountability partners. Studies indicate that we increase our chances by 40%. When we are in a group of collaborative achievement driven supportive relationships that hold us accountable for the things that we identify with, and say, this is what I want to do with the rest of my life.
All right, this was a question from Elsa. I forgot to mention her name. So great question. Really, really loved it.
Thank you, Elsa. Yes.
Next one is from Daryl, who has been on fire for the last few weeks. He’s been coming on all the coaching calls. And he asks if he wants to know, Mr. Mr. Brown. What do you think was your biggest aha moment in your life?
The biggest aha moment for me is when people go online and put in Les Brown speaking in the Georgia Dome, I was frightened. And my mentor Mike Williams, who wrote the book, The Road to your best stuff, he said, Brownie, I said, Yes. He said, don’t focus on your fears. I said, what are you talking about? Man, I said, I can’t hear the voices in my head. He said, Listen to me, Brownie. He said, Do it for your mother. I said, don’t use my mother on me. He said she would be very proud of you. She would be very proud of you. Your mother adopted you and your brothers and sisters, single women raising seven children. You know how proud she’ll be able to share the conversation with her neighbors. Look at my boy, my boy spoke with the Georgia Dome keeper in mind as you speak. Nietzsche said, if you know the reason for living, you can do almost anyhow, call my life. I always wanted to make my adopted mother proud. I feel like Abraham Lincoln and said all that I am and all that ever hoped to be owed to my mother that God took me out of my biological mother’s womb and placed the heart of my adopted mother. And when he said, make your mother proud, I said, thank you. And I went out there. And they’ll see that I was afraid. And to command 80,000 people, I didn’t know that I could do it. Everybody is listening to me, including you. There are things that you can do. I have not seen an ear and have not heard noise in it, the heart of mankind, what God has in store for you. If you are willing to take a chance on yourself if you’re willing to work by faith, and not by sight if you’re willing to fail your way to success, if you’re willing to do as Augmon Dino would say to persist until you succeed. If you do what Willy jolly said, a setback is a setup for a comeback. If you do what I said if life knocks you down, try and land on your back. Because if you can look up, you can get up. Oh, hey, I agree with you. Come on. Come on with two more questions.
Let’s hear like the living version of Rocky sometimes, you know, that guy got knocked down, uh, you know, get up so many times. Like, I really have the same sort of perception of you. So it’s again, so cool to have
one of my favorite movies. I love that. Yes. Yes. I love to
hear if you’re open to sharing. We have a question. What are your top three favorite movies?
of Rocky? I love Forrest Gump. And I love Malcolm X.
Nice, nice. Okay, so that was a question from Eve. Right? So Rocky, Forrest Gump and Malcolm X. Again, next question from Hardy, or Hertie. And either he or she wants to know, so you shared with us? What do you do first thing in the morning? You’ve shared with us your morning ritual, which was actually pretty valuable too and insightful. So thank you for that. What about your last thing you do before bed,
I reviewed the things that I wanted to achieve. And I checked them off, did I do that? And the things that I did not accomplish. I carry them over to the next day. In addition to that, I then make a list of what I want to get out the next day, and create my agenda for the next morning. And I have a schedule for what I read and listen to whatever you listened to when you first wake up. The first 20 minutes will control and influence the spirit of your day. And so I’ve set myself up to when I have motivational materials that I listen to. I meditate three times a day. I pray. I have affirmations that I repeat, and I review the goals of what I’m going to get out of the day that I get to do and I do my exercise, and then I’m ready to take the day off and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. Take no prisoners and eat the wounded
love it Love it. Absolutely love it.
A question from James. So James likes to know what Speaker has impressed you the most during your entire career.
Dr. Howard Thurman. He was a mentor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Albert Schweitzer and Mahatma Gandhi. He said the ideal situation for a man or woman to die is to have family members praying with them as they cross over instead. But imagine if you will be on your deathbed. And standing around your bed, the ghost of the dreams, the ideas, they have abilities, the talents, the gifts given to you by life, but you for whatever reason, you never pursued those dreams. You never develop those talents. You never put yourself at risk. You never challenged your fears. And they are standing around your bed looking at you with large angry eyes saying we came to you. And only you could have given us life and now we must die with you forever. And he would pause and ask if you died today. What dreams? What I did is what talent and what gifts will die with you. Dr. Howard Stern was a bad boy.
Well, they’re just sending chills down my spine. Well, here’s a question from Chris. So Chris says Mr. Brown. I saw you live in Vegas 10 years ago, and you had many of us going on stage to do pushups with you. Are you still doing pushups and how does fitness relate to success?
You have to have a game plan for being here. I’m 77 Now, I just received last year the cancer centers award of perseverance as I speak to you they died 29 years ago with fourth stage prostate cancer. My PSA was 2400 AdSense was prostate specific antigen one to four is normal. PSA four means that for positively staying alive as the other 20 died a year for Stage cancer copra. And so fitness, eat a lot of web foods. I feel like the web is a piece of big a wave of toxic negative energy draining people and living a life of purpose and meaning living the life God has chosen you to live.
Alright, so here’s another one. This is this is really interesting, because my guess would be no, but do you still have or do you still
turn to a mentor in your life?
Absolutely. Yes. I have mentioned Mike Williams who wrote the book the road to your best stuff. He’s been my mentor for 52 years. He saw this last ride before I saw him. He was my newsman and I was on the radio. I was lb. Triple P let’s round your platter playing Papa. There were none before me and there will be anatomy therefore that makes me the one and only young and single and love Domingo certified bonafide and Duplo be qualified to bring you satisfaction and a whole lot of action. Look out baby. I’m your love man. I was hungry. By glorious a brownie. And what is it? You can do more than be a fast talking DJ young man. I said yes. I’ve never known my biological father. So only two years. Between us two years. He’s two years older, but he’s been like a father to me. And my mother said to him to take care of my boy and he looked out for me all these years, we’re still together. It’s very important to have someone in your life that will believe in you until your belief kicks in. And he’s always believed in me for years. Before I believed in myself,
let’s shift gears a little bit. And this is actually personal for me. I’m curious about your take on some of the more challenging areas of life that I find because, you know, I was able to achieve financial success very quickly in life. I made my first million before 25 However, I spent a lot of time figuring out different things like parenting relationships. So would it be okay if I asked you what would be the number one or maybe top three If you’re open to it, relationship advice, like romantic relationship, I mean,
number one, develop a relationship with someone that you’re going in the same direction, someone that you would want to be on an island with. And as there’s no one there, but the two of you, it’s okay. Someone that you don’t always agree with, but you respect each other. And you bring the best out of each other. So that you don’t end up singing the song, I feel lonely, whatever you are around. So you have to take the time to screen them. The other thing is that, understand that your children, if you have children, they have their own journey. And you don’t get to weigh in, on telling them how to live their lives, you provide a good example. You want to invest in them and encourage them. But if they choose to go in a different direction, that’s their call. And just be fine with that. And let them experience life. There’s some things that life will have to teach our children that we can’t teach them. I have a son who’s bipolar, schizophrenic, here I am, I can motivate young men and women around the world. And my own son, he can’t hear my voice. He chooses to take his medication when he wants to take it. So I don’t get to tell him what he should or should not do. I can encourage it. But at the end of the day, it’s his life. And he will have to make choices and their choices and their consequences. Learn to observe, and don’t allow yourself to be stressed out with his drama, or her drama. And the final thing is determined, answer the question. Why am I here? Mark Twain said the two most important days now lie the day that we’re born. And the day we realize why we were born. I was born to speak. I was born and preserved to do what I’m doing right now with you. I’m very much present talking to you. This is a calling on my life. And I encourage everyone I didn’t always know. For 14 years I was in denial for 14 years. I couldn’t believe it. Les Brown, how can I develop the level of credibility to speak for AT and T Procter and Gamble McDonald’s Corporation, General Electric, IBM, Xerox, I have no corporate experience. I was labeled educable mentally retarded. I failed twice in school and didn’t even know my birth parents. I’m a foster kid and then adopted. Are you kidding me? I was called di t but dumb twin. I didn’t know. And it wasn’t what people thought about me. It was what I thought about myself. And so I didn’t live this life here. Until I had an interruption. Until Mike Williams said brownie. You’re more than a fast talker and DJ man, you can do more than entertain people. You can make a mark with your life. You can make a difference. And as a result of that relationship, practicing Oh QP only qualifies people. I was elected to the Ohio legislature. A passed 14 bills my first term chairman of the education committed Human Resource Committee. And when my adopted mother became ill I resigned and came back to Miami to take care of her. And for fulla G fulfill a dream of buying her a home. And I’ve done specials for public television and spoken in over 75 countries around the world. I had no idea. I had the ability to do that.
Last we got we got Elsa who previously asked the question she says please let Mr. Brown knows he’s flirted with the fire within me. I have another question. I have a question about people who do the opposite. Who put down who took out or fired? The naysayers. So questions from Debbie and not I’m sorry, not from Debbie questions from Scott. So it’s a second question. Really good question. Show. How do you deal with naysayers? How do you not let what they say and do affect you?
What people say about you is none of your spiritual business. Walk away. Don’t engage them. Ignore them. Tune them out. Words are containers, words, cast spells. That’s why they tell you to spell it. Avoid people who say things that you can’t grow from. Don’t argue with them. Just avoid them, walk away and do what you are called to do. I don’t care if it’s your family members, my twin brother, my mother, she just couldn’t see me doing what I’m doing now. And it was okay. I said Mama I got to do this. Why Leslie? You’re working at Sears, you got benefits while Sears is gone? But I’m still here because I followed my heart. Where your heart are your treasures also? Not in the naysayers?
That’s a good point. Sears is gone. And here you are. That’s yeah. You’ve always been amazing at putting things into perspective. You know, like obvious things. It’s always incredible to listen to you. So let me ask you something else. So here’s a question from Debbie. You said that the two most important days in your life are when you’re born and when you find out why you’re bored. So hence the question, how do you discover your why
is through experimentation. You guys experiment. I used to be a disc jockey. I was a community activist. I was a state legislator. I used to be a photographer. I used to be a door to door salesman. I used to sell suits when I was working at Sears. I’ve done a variety of things. Life is about experiencing things. And we have different kinds of talents. I can write and I trained speakers how to speak. I do one-on-one coaching, large group coaching. This is the era of what the late Peter Drucker calls the era of the three C’s accelerated change, overwhelming complexity, and tremendous competition. He said something that’s very important. He said, we must be willing to unlearn. Learn, and relearn. If you’re not willing to learn, no one can help you. But if you’re willing to learn, no one can stop you. Robert Schuller was right. He said, you either expand or you are expendable. The reason that most people are where they are, as I said earlier, is because they get caught up in secondary activity because of the distractions of life. And because of ignorance, when you realize and I believe this at all my heart that when you leave here, they only put one body in a box, even if it’s an accident and several family members die. I believe in the one to the box theory. You’re going in that box. At some point in time, nobody’s figured out how to get out of here alive. Make a conscious choice to make your life count. I remember being in Vegas at Caesars Palace and my former wife was Gladys Knight. And I heard him say to her Gladys, live each day as if it were your last because one day, it will be
certainly will. Alright, I got one last question for you from Adam. Adam asks, how do you overcome the fear of failure and financial loss?
Here’s how you do it. Adam, you make a decision. We make decisions and our decisions make us Adam, you will fail your way to success. Adam, Walt Disney filed bankruptcy seven times and had two nervous breakdowns. Adam’s first car was Elmer. Somebody stole it. He just won the lawsuit two years ago, to get Elmer back from his grave he won the lawsuit. But he created Mickey Mouse. Don’t look at failure as something that is bad. At the lowest point in my life, I was the victim of a political investigation by then State Attorney General Janet Reno. She investigated using the RICO law that was used to investigate people from the mafia who come down south from New York for the winter months to investigate my program masker. Did you do anything wrong? No, but we’re just looking to see third page Miami harrow last round being investigated by State Attorney General Janet Reno. I went down to her office every day on the sixth floor with a sign around my neck. And date me, set me free, you got something on me, use it to the full extent of the law. Otherwise get off my back. All I’m doing is trying to help these children in Liberty City 11 months later, on page 26 Saturday, in the last edition of the Miami Herald and said he spent 125,000 the city gave him 100,000 a choice. He spent $25,000 of his own money. And he won’t tell us where he got it from. He told us there’s none of our damn business. I said you’re absolutely right. They granted me another $100,000. I went before the Miami City Commission. Nobody’s ever done this. Since then, And before then, I said, Thank you, but no, thank you. I’m gonna use these skills that I train young people on. People say practice what you preach, no, preach what you practice. I said, it will take me five years to earn my first million. And I’ll be back and sponsor the program myself. No political dollars. I did my first million in three years. It was so good. I kept going because I used to be so broke, I walked past the bait. It tripped the alarm. I get good. It was really good. So now I’m back. And I’m going to have my program next year. No political dollars. I will sponsor it by itself. It’s been a long time coming. But I’m going to Albion, a play called The Zoo series. Sometimes you have to go a long distance out of the way to come back a short distance correctly. And so I’m back home and fulfilling my mission to train young people and teach others how to work with them. So that we can eliminate the virus that’s affecting so many of our kids HIV hood infected virus aids, addiction to incarceration and death syndrome. I was born to do this work.
Yes, you certainly were. All right. Well, this sums up all the time we have. And I also wanted to give a shout out to everyone whose questions I’ve asked on this call. What’s interesting is that Skiff commented, love less had not heard him had not heard him or offhand before today funny, methodical and senior living life and influencing greatness. So that’s pretty insane. How can you have not heard of Les Brown is beyond me. That means less you still have plenty of lives to touch and influence in spite of already impacting millions upon millions of lives. And you know, just the fact that almost everyone on this call today knew who you were is a testament to that. This was amazing. Thank you so much for tuning in, guys. I really appreciate it. We had a record attendance today. Actually, again, it’s a little bit disappointing that you didn’t turn out to see me, but you did turn out to see Les Brown. So hopefully I’m gonna see you more often. Again, thank you and for my team as well. Alana, Amanda, Olivia Eber. Kuhn, all the people behind the scenes, big shout out. Thank you so much for also making this possible. So this is about it. Have a good one guys. Have a great week. God bless and we’ll see you on Monday. Bye bye. Thank you for listening to the list building lifestyle, get access to the previous episodes transcript of today’s show, as well as other exclusive content at listbuildinglifestyleshow.com. Also remember to clean your free copy of my bestselling book at www.igorsbook.com. It explains how I made millions with list building starting from scratch. Plus, I’ll give you $3,000 worth of free bonuses, including my best landing page templates, email, swipe files, and traffic blueprints. Go to www.igorsbook.com now to claim your free package.