#015 – From Italy With Love: How I Curate my Instagram Feed, Balancing Work with Travel and How Thoughts Create Reality

All that goes up eventually must come down.

Alex reflects on the excitement in her life over the last few weeks from another new location: Italy. Sounds like so much fun, but it hasn’t been all rainbows and butterflies.

Catch up with your favorite blonde as she meticulously covers her hectic travel schedules, the toll it’s been taking on her, how she’s been able to stay positive and motivated plus more.

This is On Purpose.

In this Podcast you’ll learn:

  • The joys and pains of taking your biz on the road
  • The benefits & drawbacks of posting on IG more than once a day
  • How Alex maintains a color theme on her Instagram profile
  • How Alex overcame the fear of using the Instagram feed as a highlight reel
  • Dealing with life’s curveballs
  • The power of turning ideas into reality

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In this episode, I talked about how I’m curating my Instagram feed how I’m balancing work with travel, and how thoughts create your reality. Welcome to on purpose. Do you ever feel like you’re trying to balance it all, nourishing your health while growing your business and living a life well lived. And no matter how hard you try, sometimes you slip from purpose driven into autopilot. Take a deep breath, relax, and let’s get you back to where you belong. On purpose.

Hello, friends, it’s Alex Beadon. Here you’re listening to podcast episode number 15. Of on purpose with Alex Beadon. I come to you today with a little bit of sadness, because my sister and I recorded such an epic episode together a few days ago. And it was an episode that I thought was really fun. It had really good vibes, we covered some really great topics. It was super authentic. And I just loved the episode, I was really, really excited to post it for you guys. And then won’t won’t watch it turns out that because I’ve been traveling, I guess my microphone settings have been messed around with a little bit accidentally. And so when I set up the podcast, because I was doing it with two people normally what I do guys is I have a headphone set on so I can hear exactly how I sound. So I didn’t have a headphone set on to test the audio because I was doing it with my sister. So I don’t have to like I don’t have a setup that I can have to headphones with yet. And it’s so sad because it ended up that it was really blown out the audio was off. And so here I am Sunday morning, it is currently 7:17am and I am re recording episode 15 This time solo because Liz was way too tired to wake up this morning to do this episode with me. But not to worry, I’m sure I will definitely have her on before I leave to go back to Trinidad. Right now I’m coming to you from Italy in a place called Umaria. I hope I’m saying that correctly. And the reason that I’m here is because my sister is actually going to be getting married here next year. So she thought it would be cool to come visit to do some wedding planning to take a look at the different venues that we might have guests staying at. Also to go and take a look at churches, she’s actually already chosen a wedding venue. And what’s really cool is that we’re actually staying the night here in the venue. So it’s just really fun, because I know that this is going to be an important place for our family for the rest of our lives because my sister is going to marry and this was her fiance. And they’re going to do it here next year. And so to be here, it just has like these magical vibes of like, oh, like, this is going to be one of those places that we probably always come back to. So I feel really excited to be here. It’s very special to be here for the first time. Right now I am sitting right in front of a window. Because the desk in the room, it just is facing a wall. And I was like why would I face a wall when I have this gorgeous view to look out onto so I moved the chair to face the window. I’m looking out onto these gorgeous hills and all of trees. And it is just stunningly beautiful. It has been raining quite a lot, I will say. So I woke up this morning. And all I could hear was rain and I was like oh my gosh, it’s going to hurt the audio of my broadcast. But guys at this point in time, if you can hear the rain, I apologize. But this has to be recorded because today’s last day I can record it. As you can imagine. We’ve been very busy. While we’ve been here in Umbria, Umbria I don’t know how to say it. Because we’ve been like I said, going to see all of these different venues. And so I actually found out that this episode 15, the one that we recorded. When we were back in the hotel in England, it didn’t record while I found out yesterday morning, but we were so busy yesterday that like I just didn’t have time to sit down. We didn’t get home until like 10pm at night and then by the time we you know settled in. It was just I was way too exhausted to record again. So here I am. I’m actually not quite sure where this episode is going to go. This is going to be one of those like, catch up episodes where I just kind of be real with you let you know what’s going on behind the scenes of my business and my life. And so yeah, let’s dive in. So I feel like it’s been a while since I did like a pure updated solo podcast episode because we did the q&a and I’ve been traveling and things have been kind of up in the air so I’m actually excited that I’m able to do this to sit down with you guys. I think we need to change the Monday episode to be less of like a solo episode and more of like an in the moment episode. What I realized when I was interviewing Liz is that that, Oh, this isn’t actually a solo episode because I have a guest on so this technically counts as a guest episode. But I would most likely boast that during a solo episode week, because it’s like the week that we recorded it in present time, if that makes sense. And it’s just so much more fun to actually release it like in the actual week, instead of putting it at the end of our guest episodes, which we’ve already like planned out and scheduled. So yeah, so here I am checking in with you guys. What has been present for me this week this week has been in sane this time last week. What’s today Sunday? Yeah, this time last week, I was in Santa Marta. No, I was traveling from Santa Monica to Bogota. And then, from Bogota, I went to Trinidad, I spent a few days in Trinidad. And then I went to London, and literally just spent maybe, like 24 hours, not even, not even 24 hours in in London, before we meet my mom, my sister and my future brother in law, all hopped on a plane yesterday to come here to Italy. So the last seven days, I’ve been to 12345 different cities, which really explains why I’m feeling quite overwhelmed and why I am feeling a little bit anxious. It’s weird, because it’s like, it’s awesome to travel. Traveling is obviously one of the best things in the world, to be able to have the opportunity to work from anywhere is really such a blessing. I never take it for granted. It’s something that it’s like one of my favorite parts about what I do is just having the ability to travel. But when you actually do it, and especially when you do it in the way that I just did it, which is like, you know from one trip to the next. It’s a lot it’s definitely a lot and I’m feeling like I’m I’m just feeling distracted from my work. I’m feeling like I’m not as focused as I normally am, which is obvious because traveling takes up so much energy. But I’m also trying to remind myself that there was no two ways about it, like Colombia had to happen. It was Laura’s wedding. And then she had her friends Moon, which is like a once in a lifetime thing. This trip had to happen, my sister’s getting married. And she planned this period of time to go to Italy. And I really wanted to be here as her maid of honor to give her support and to really be here for her. So the fact that it’s happening one after the next I have zero control over so I’m just trying to remind myself that like this is just you know, what life is throwing at me right now. And sometimes it’s not 100% What I would choose it to be like it was up to me, this would have been way more spread out, I would have had a solid month at home in between going from Colombia to Italy. But like I said, it is what it is. I’m all about taking the cards that life has dealt you and doing the best with with what you have and what you can. And so I’m looking at this and I’m like, Okay, how can I create as much stability as I possibly can? How can I take as as good care of myself and my body as I possibly can? And how do I get as much work in as I possibly can. And sometimes I’m better at doing that than others like both of these trips have just been so busy like squeezing work in has been a really difficult thing to do. The traveling is just exhausting. Like even me right now. I’m waking up early to record this because we have an entire day packed full of events. So waking up to record this when last so last night, I actually didn’t sleep bad badly. I slept quite well, I think I got like a solid six hours of sleep, which is not as much as I normally get. But it’s better than the previous two nights because the previous two nights I was traveling to I was traveling to Italy so we woke up at like a 5am flight so I barely got any sleep on that on the night before last and then the night before last. The night before the night before the last I had a red eye flight and I think I landed in England at like 3am my time in Trinidad and I really didn’t get any sleep on the plane and then when I got into England, I was like let me try and stay awake as much as I possibly can. So sleep wise I’ve definitely been lacking and when I’m lacking sleep honestly and truly the last thing I want to do on planet Earth is work. So it has been a struggle it has been a struggle just balancing that work life balance right now is a struggle for me especially because I’m someone who’s so work oriented and I really like to constantly be pushing forward moving forward seeing change. And right now it’s just been hard. It has just been hard but I guess that’s just kind of like that’s where I’m at right now and to be honest with you it should I’m crossing my fingers it should definitely get better. I think this Italy trip is one of those things were We were only here for we arrived yesterday we leave tomorrow. So we’re literally only here for like one full day. So we have like jam packed this trip. full of activities. And when I say activities, it’s really like wedding related activities like you know, scouting locations and things like that. So yeah, so this while I’m here in Italy probably won’t get much work done. But I at least know like after this I’m going to be in England since I traveled all this way. I was like, I might as well come to England for a few weeks. So I will be in England for a week and a half after this. And I’m hoping that will be more relaxed, and then I’ll be able to get more work in and feel more productive than I’m feeling right now. On the plus side, I’m feeling very nourished, socially.

Spending time with Nick, over the past few weeks in Colombia has been amazing. Spending time with Laura over the past few weeks in Colombia has been amazing. Getting to spend time with my family. Now, I hadn’t seen my family in seven months, I actually saw my dad in March, but I hadn’t seen my my mom and my sister since January. So good seven months. So being back here with them is so nice. Like there’s really nothing like being with them. For me anyway. So it is it is a mixture of two things that like extreme frustration that I’m not getting my work done that I’m not moving as fast enough in my work as I would like to be. And you know, just being out of my routine, being away from home for so long, I realized that in the month of July, I think I was I was only at home for like a third of July. And I’m realizing that by the time I get back home, from my Italy England trip, I will have only been home for two days of that month, that entire month, I will have been at home for two days. So I’m trying to just show myself compassion because I’m like, I’m behind on all of my goals. Like I’m supposed to run 36 kilometres, I’ve run seven, eight. And then I’m like, it’s not it’s not the end of the world. Because we really did a lot of walking we I got a lot of movements in when I was in Colombia, like we did a 16 kilometer hike. We were walking up and down the streets of Bogota, like non stop getting in a ton of mileage and movement. So I’m not like I’m it’s weird, right? Because it’s like, I set this goal and like I want to run 36 kilometers this month. And, you know, really, if you dig deep into the why behind that goal, it’s because I want to be moving, I want to get movement. And I want to make sure that I’m moving my body because when I move my body, I feel good. And when I feel good, I show up to work better, I can live a better life, I can be better for the people in my life. And yet, I have done so much walking this month. But I’m still feeling kind of down about the fact that I didn’t get my 36k in, which is so silly, because I’m like, you definitely got your 36k and you just didn’t run it. Right. So I’m trying to be compassionate with myself and just be like, Dude, it’s all cool. It’s all good. When you get back into your routine, you can really commit yourself to this. But right now, it’s just not a good time. I also had a goal, a Grand Slam sales goal, which I’m super behind on, I can’t even give you the numbers like that’s how little I’ve been following up on this goal. So that’s just another example of like, not being able to hit my goal, not feeling particularly good about that. But also knowing that like this was a silly month to really get myself some big goals. I’m not at the point yet where I can travel and really commit to my exercise and really commit to getting my work hours in and like it’s not the end of the world. Like this isn’t a work trip. You know, this is I’m supposed to relax when I’m celebrating my best friend’s wedding. And so yeah, I’m definitely not feeling I’m not beating myself up about it. But at the same time is not the best feeling in the world. And I think it does cause a little bit of extra anxiety every day. And I just have to wake up every day and be compassionate to myself and like, do a little meditation meditation helps so much oh my gosh, guys, meditation that helps so much. Meditation and journaling has been such a savior for me on these trips. I am just laughing because I feel like it’s something that is so easy to skip. And yet it is something that has such a profound effect on the way that I feel. I did want to talk to you guys today about something that has been on my mind a lot lately, something that I’ve I have been putting a lot of effort into because I feel like it’s something that’s quick and easy. A lot of my work, especially when it comes to the sales side of things and marketing. I feel like it’s something that requires momentum. So it’s like I need to sit down and lock myself up for three, almost three weeks. No for excuse me for three hours. To really get the momentum behind my work to really get a lot of things done. I need to be in the right frame of mind. It’s very concentrative is that a word? It requires a lot of concentration. And so because it’s been so hard to carve out those long working hours I feel like I’ve been I’ve been feeling disabled in my work recently. But the one thing that I feel like I have been doing quite a good job of so I have to give credit where credit is due is my Instagram account, I’ve been trying really hard, especially over the last two weeks, I feel like when I was in Colombia, I let it slip. And I was like, hold up cannot let this slip, I need to be in constant communication with my people adding value, showing up for them, keeping them updated with what’s happening. When I was in Colombia, I was doing a lot of stories on Instagram, which is great, but my feed was being ignored. And so I would say the last two weeks, I’ve really been making an effort to take photos, post photos, create content, posting something is like yesterday, you know, I got home, I was so tired. At the end of the night, I was supposed to record the podcast and I was like, Dude, that’s just not happening. Like I’m so mentally exhausted, I can barely string a sentence together. But I was like, okay, so what can I do? I was like, You know what, I have this picture of me traveling from earlier today, I could do a little edit out a little bank into the mix, you guys know how I like to do on my on my Instagram feed. And I could write up a quick description and post it and be good to go. Right. And that took me maybe 20 minutes. And so those are the types of things that I can do. So those are the things that I’ve been trying to focus on. It’s like, okay, you could sit around all day and complain that you don’t have enough time to like, work on your funnel, and you don’t have enough time to write emails, and you don’t have enough time to blah, blah, blah. But what do you have time for. And if it’s a little 20 minutes here and there, then like, cool, let’s make time for that. So Instagram, my Instagram feed has been something that I have been trying and making a solid effort on doing. I have a goal to be posting, obviously, I want to be posting every single day. But I want to try something new, where I post like two or three times a day instead of just posting once a day. So I’ve been trying out this new schedule, which has been fun. I’ve also been looking at my feed with a very critical eye and being like, okay, you know, is this really expressing who I am, what I do, the hard thing about doing what I do and representing that online is that marketing is not a very visual thing, right? So I’m always trying to think of like fun and interesting ways of like, How can I bid? How can I visually communicate what I do? And how do I make sure that when people show up to my page, they’re they have a clear idea of like, why they should follow me. So that’s what I’ve been working on this week, you can go and check out my profile at Alex Beadon. And I’m just going to kind of walk you through what I’ve been doing and the few things that I have been focused on. And I’ve noticed that my profile views have gone way up, all of the stats on my page have gone way up. The one thing I will say about posting multiple times a day is that because you’re posting multiple times a day, each post, it seems to me is getting less likes. But the engagement is high. When I say engagement, like the comments are high, people seem to be interacting with the content, which is fantastic. It’s just that the likes are a little bit more spread out over the three pictures that you post or the two pictures that you post, I have adopted the mindset that I really don’t care about how many likes I get like I’m not posting photos to get likes, I’m posting photos to keep my core group of people my audience updated with where I’m at, and to give them value. Right. So like I have completely detached from any numbers, I’m not really looking at how many people are liking it, I’m more looking at how many people are commenting from it. And how much of a connection is it sparking with my people, I put a lot of effort into my descriptions and into creating images that I think are going to catch people’s attention. So when I hear from people in the comment section like that is really what makes it worth it to me is like the aftermath the conversation. My goal right now, like I said, is to be posting multiple times a day. And I also want to make sure that so when you go to your feed, and you look at your Instagram accounts, I want to make sure that for every grid of nine photos, there are at least five that have pink in them. And when I say that happening, I want it to have like a majority of pink in them. So you would look at that picture and be like, Oh yeah, that makes sure definitely has a strong pink theme. And one picture that has yellow because yellow is my secondary branding color. And then the turquoise blue color is like my tertiary brown color. And I want that to be represented in my feed. And really, if I’m being honest with you, over the last few months, I’ve had a light pink color pattern. But I haven’t really been putting my heart and soul into really making sure that it’s all pink. I’ve kind of just been like okay, if I have a picture and I can add pink cool if I don’t cool, I’ll post it anyways. But I really do want to get to a point where my my feed when you scroll through it, it has a really strong color theme and content theme. And so I feel like I’ve been doing a pretty good job. It’s way easier when you’re traveling. I feel like there’s so many pictures to take when you’re traveling when you’re on the road. So that has made it much much easier. It’ll be interesting to see how I feel about this when I go back to Trinidad and when I’m back home When I don’t feel like I’m doing something exciting, new and different every day, but it has definitely, it’s been fun. I’ve been like, I feel inspired by Instagram. Again, I feel inspired by posting to the feed again, which to be honest with you, I’ve had a really love hate relationship with it. Especially I would say, like, last year,

I just I was so over the content, curating, looking perfect. Only posting your highlight reel, like, I just really wanted nothing to do with that. I also have this thing where it’s like, I just don’t want to be one of those pretty girls on Instagram, where people are just following because they’re, they’re pretty girls, you know. And it’s like, I know that I could take a million pretty pictures of myself. And I could have way more followers and way more comments and way more likes, but it’s like, I just don’t want to be that girl. And so I think over the last year, I’ve done a lot of healing around that and being like, Listen, you want to be there for your people, you want to create content for your people, and you need to find a way to do it, that works for you. And that’s the key thing here is that for a long time, I was like, Oh, I can’t post on Instagram without looking vain or without looking like I’m trying to just create this perfect picture life or that was really holding me back. I stopped posting, I really wasn’t posting as much as I should have been posting. And it affects the relationship that I have with my audience because I’m not connecting with them on a regular basis through my feed. So now I’m at the stage that God where I’m like, Dude, I want to be posting to my Instagram. And I want to look at it like an art form. And I want to feel proud of my feet. And I want to find a way that I can express myself there. That feels good. To me that doesn’t feel like oh, here I am looking pretty in this location. And here I am looking pretty in this location. And oh, look, my life is so perfect over here. And like I’m just not about that life. So for me, it’s interesting because I find that posting photos that have more of a low key vibe. So like yesterday, I posted this photo of me at the airport. And it’s really not the most attractive photo of me in the world. I look disheveled at best, I have no makeup on. I’m just in a casual pair of jeans and sneakers I have a hoodie on and like I’m there with my hat and nothing is matching. All the colors are like clashing with each other. It is not a very fashionable photo. But I like posting photos like that. Because to me, it’s like this is real, like this is what I look like when I travel. And this is how I feel when I travel. And I did this whole little spiel about how I don’t really like talking to people on the plane when I travel. So I literally do everything I can to maximize my comfort and my privacy. So like I wear a hat when I’m traveling, basically to avoid eye contact with people. I wear massive headphones to basically signal to people Hey, like I’m in my own world, I don’t want to talk to you. It sounds so antisocial. But it just kind of is a part of who I am. So I did a little post on it. And I love posts like that. Like I think posts like that are valuable and real and authentic. And they’re posts that I’m proud of. But what’s interesting, and I have to have my sister Liz on the podcast to talk about this is that Liz looks at it. And she’s like, Dude, you look horrible. Why would you post that picture? She’s like, you should have a way more curated feed where like, every single picture of you is a beautiful, gorgeous picture of you, because you’re representing your business. And so it’s interesting, I think we definitely need to have an entire conversation about this on an app on a future episode. And if you’re interested in that, definitely hit me up on Instagram and let me know. Because it’s so funny. I’m all about like, I just want to post real pictures of myself and my sisters like dude, you need to be posting like professional pictures all the time you need to up your game. And I think there is a balance for sure. But yeah, I’d love to have that conversation. So yeah, proud of myself for at least being in touch with you guys via stories at least being in touch with you guys by the feed and at least being in touch with you guys. Via the podcast. I haven’t failed on the podcast. You know how easy it would have been for me this morning to be like screw it. I’m not waking up early to do this podcast like they’re just gonna have to live without a podcast on Monday. But no, here I am Sunday morning 7am up early before the rest of my household recording this podcast episode so I’m it’s it’s like I said you know, I’m I’m a little frustrated that I’m not working as much as I’d like to be working. But simultaneously, life is not all about work. And this is a really special time in the lives of the people who matter most to me. So it is a little bit of an off time for me. And I think that’s okay, because I’m doing my best in lots of ways and I am succeeding and showing up in many other ways. Like I said Instagram during recording this podcast. Also the feedback that I’ve been getting from you guys about the podcast is just amazing. So that has been so so wonderful to experience like as I’m traveling, seeing you guys post about the podcast and getting messages from you guys about the podcast. You have no idea. It’s it means so much to me to hear from you guys. So you know you are if you’ve messaged May I just want to say thank you, because it really, it really does keep me going. And it reminds me of the importance of showing up making sure that this gets out. When I say it’s going to get out and always doing my best. The last thing that I want to talk to you guys about is a conversation that I had last night with Andreas and I’m giving him full credit for this because it’s just such an interesting conversation. And the conversation is around thoughts and ideas and ideas becoming reality. Last night, we got home pretty late around 10. Well, for us, it was late guys, because we’d been up since four in the morning traveling. But we got home around 10pm. And we poured out a bottle of wine for between the four of us and we went we sat outside actually swapped out my wine for water because by that point in time, we’d had so much wine, because we went for dinner. I was like, Dude, I can’t have any more wine. So I actually had a lot of water. But we went outside and it was a full moon. Did anyone see the full moon this week? Oh my Lord. It was beautiful. I love looking at the moon. I love all like checking out the phases of the moon. So so cool. So anyway, we’re outside crashing on the moon taking in the view, the moon lit up the entire valley, we’re kind of up in a hill. So we can just see all of these hills in front of us we can see the the low clouds and I’m just setting the scene for you. It was gorgeous. You could hear the crickets in the background. And it just felt so peaceful. And and then I started talking about you know, what it’s like to be human and what it’s like to have this experience and what it’s like that we can look at this and say, Wow, this is beautiful. But like if you actually dig, dig deeper into that, like what is it that makes us think that this is beautiful, you know. And so we started talking about ideas and about the countries and about it was it was really interesting what he was saying he was basically saying that, like, we have these visions of what things are like what the government is or what a country is, or you know, the corporation or Google, Apple, Uber like all of these things, they have very strong meanings in our minds. But when you think about it, all of these things are man made. They are all ideas. They’re all thoughts that have formed into something that is, quote unquote, real. But they’re not real. They’re actually not real. They’re actually all figments of our imagination that so many of us believe in that it has become real. But everything started as a thought everything started as an idea. And so I wanted to just bring that up to you guys today. Because like that is that’s, you know what we do in our businesses as well. Everything starts as an idea. Everything starts as a thought. And at first it feels like, oh, this might never happen. And this is so unrealistic. I remember being living in England, when I first graduated from college, I moved into my parents home. And I remember thinking to myself, like, Am I ever gonna make anything of this? Like, is this going anywhere? am I wasting my time. And I just kept believing I just kept believing I was like, This is what I’m aiming for. This is what I’m aiming for. This is what I’m aiming for. And I’m not there yet, but like, I’m a million steps ahead of where I was 10 years ago. So I can I can look at that and be like, okay, like, your thoughts become your reality. So invest your thoughts into really drawing your dreams into reality and taking action towards making your dreams a reality. Watch the way you speak about your business. Watch the way you speak about everything that you’re trying to create in your life. Because the way that you speak about things, says a lot about the way you’re thinking about things and the way that you’re thinking about things dictates dictates the way that you’re feeling about things and the way that you’re feeling about things dictates how you show up to actually create those things. So if in the back of your mind, you’re like, Oh, I really want to start this business. But I don’t know if it’s ever gonna happen. This is a pipe dream. You know, I’m just kind of like throwing mud at a wall I have no idea what I’m doing. Fix that. Fix that fix that don’t shop with that energy people

because you’re gonna bring it to reality and exactly the same energetic way that you’re thinking about it and talking about it and feeling about it. Take responsibility for cleaning up your inner energy, your inner space. Oh my god, I’d love to do a course on this. I’ve been telling myself this for so long is like creating a course on like basically taking energetic responsibility within your business and really making sure that you’re always in a great energetic frame of mind frame of being whenever you sit down to do any work in your business, being clear about the vision of what it is that you’re trying to accomplish. is so so, so important. I’d love to do a course on that. If you’re interested. Hit me up on Instagram. Let me know I’m at Alex Beadon. But yeah, I think that’s everything I wanted to share with you guys today. That’s really the true update of where I’m at what I’ve got going on. It really just comes down to a lot of family time. A lot of friends time, a lot of celebrations in my life right now people are getting married people having big life changes, and me being there to support them, which also means that I have less time to do work, but I’m feeling grateful because I can, if I had a nine to five job, this would be so much more difficult, I would have to like, schedule time off. Like, it’s so much easier for me to just come and not think about work, you know, because I know that I can figure it out, I can work when I’m on the go, it might not be as productive as me working from home. But it’s, it’s an option for me. So just feeling grateful for that. Also celebrating the things that are going right for me. So right now, that’s Instagram, and really, that being a place where I can be like, Okay, I can’t get three hours of work in but I can get 20 hours of work in and I can post something to my telegram. And then just being aware of the fact that like everything in life, everything, everything, everything started as a thought started as an idea started as something that’s, that’s not real, even the things that we think are real, they’re not real. I feel like I’m getting really deep on you guys here. But just bringing awareness around the energy that you’re bringing into your business, the thoughts and feelings that you have around your business and and knowing that that is what creates the creation is how you’re feeling how you’re thinking. So yeah, I hope you enjoyed this episode. I am going to go downstairs make myself some breakfast rest my voice box because to be honest, guys, my voice is really I feel like I’m really stressed straining my voice right now. But thank you so much for listening. Thank you so much for being a part of this podcast journey with me. Thank you for being on this entrepreneurial journey with me. Thank you for the DM thank you for the love. I really, really appreciate it. Thank you for the reviews, you guys have still been leaving podcast reviews, which just makes me feel so freakin happy. If you haven’t left a review, I would absolutely love for you to go and leave a review. So definitely head on over to the iTunes podcast app and search for on purpose with Alex Beadon. And you can also do it from your computer and write a review. Because I would really appreciate it, it would mean a lot to me. I’m trying to think Is there anything else that I need to leave you with before I wrap this up? I just have so much love and respect for you guys. And I want you to know that I think of you every single day. Because I’m all like my goal is to just serve you. So I just want to thank you guys so much for having me here. Thank you for communicating with me. And that’s it. I’m just in a grateful state of mind. I’m gonna go have breakfast, I’m gonna go get ready for my day. And I’m gonna keep you guys updated via Insta Stories. And hopefully I will have lives on the podcast over the next two weeks. I really appreciate you guys. I love you have a wonderful week and I will talk to you again soon. Bye. Thank you so much for listening to today’s episode. If you enjoyed it, I would love for you to give me a shout out on your Instagram story or anywhere. Just letting me know what your biggest takeaway was. You guys have no idea how helpful and useful it is for me. When you message me telling me what your aha moments were telling me what it is that you took away from the podcast. It helps me understand what is most valuable to you. And it helps me understand how I can be of the highest service to you. So if you could take two minutes to do that I would really appreciate it. Thank you guys so much for watching. I hope to hear from you over on Instagram. You can find me at Alex beaten and I will talk to you again very soon. Bye

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