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Evan Carmichael #Believes in Entrepreneurs!

Entrepreneurs want to follow Evan Carmichael. Evan has a Youtube channel, which has over three hundred million views (yes, you read that right). He has embraced who he is and has created a business that is all about being human and helping others. His book, Built to Serve, is out and you definitely want to check it out if you are a entrepreneur.

Key Takeaways:

All about his journey

How his mission and heart align with mine

We got to see him in action when he asked a question about my business


About Evan:

Evan Carmichael is a Toronto-based entrepreneur, international speaker, and founder of, a site he developed out of his passion for helping entrepreneurs succeed. Early in his career, he was a co-owner of a biotech software company that grew to over 300 customers in 30 countries, which he and his partners sold.

Evan has delivered more than 100 keynote presentations to entrepreneurs in North America, Europe, and Asia. He has been featured as an entrepreneurial expert for magazines, newspapers, radio, and television and is a recognized small business authority.

Evan works with brands to help them connect to the entrepreneur community. Some of the companies he’s worked with include Microsoft, Xerox, Google, Telus, SAGE, SAP, BlackBerry, Staples, LinkedIn, and Network Solutions.

Evan also has a passion for salsa dancing and is an instructor at Toronto Dance Salsa. You can learn more about his thoughts on entrepreneurship by visiting The Entrepreneur Blog.

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Show Notes: Evan Carmichael Believes in Entrepreneurs


All right, I’ll be honest, usually I don’t even really prep for my podcast. I’m just like so pumped and just honored and excited to just chat with people and really just have a coffee conversation. But today’s guest warranted a bit more behind the scenes. Not only was I divulging in his incredible YouTube channel, which has over three hundred million views, by the way. I was also just learning I was reading his website. He’s got an incredibly quirky personality, background.

His bio is not only, what’s the word, robust. It’s also just human. And I think that we need more human entrepreneurs. And if any of you guys have been on Clubhouse recently, it feels like everyone is like buttoned up and a billionaire. And that’s not me. I don’t ever want to be like that. That’s not my mission. That’s not my heart for people. And you can tell that that’s Evan, too. And so, you guys, I just want you to divulge in this conversation. It’s twenty five minutes, so stay tuned for the entire thing.

And at the very end, I get a little bit selfish. But he told me to and asked a question specifically about my own business. And it was gems that were dropped. So, so good. Evan, you’re incredible. And I am so grateful to be in connection and community with you. You guys go follow him in all the places Evan Carmichael. Go get his book Built to Serve. All of the links are in the description right here and enjoy.

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And I want to be there for the moment that you say yes in freedom, clarity, and confidence that you are living fully fit in who and whose you were made to be. Welcome to the Fit in Faith Podcast with me – Tamra Andress. There is no better time than now to get fit.

Hey, hey, hey, ya’ll. I’m so excited to be here today, I am standing alongside I wish I was jumping, because he’s on a trampoline, right?


Well, I got to hold on to something because when I get excited, I tend to bounce and, like, what is he on? I’m just I’m on a trampoline all day.


So this is so rad. I am so excited to have you guys that this is Evan Carmichael and we got connected on Clubhouse recently. If you haven’t jumped on it, get your iPhone and go buy a used one if you need one, because it’s been a space of connectivity. And I am so honored just to have your time here today and be able to tell the world, more of the world, about who you are and how you serve so uniquely.

You guys, he actually just recently wrote a book called Built to Serve. So let’s get that first and foremost on the table. He is a YouTuber with over three million are nearly three million subscribers, over three hundred million views. He has authored many books and speaks globally around the world. His YouTube channel is something you want to consume. You stand alongside mentors of mine, Dean Graziosi, Tony Robbins, Wim Hof, Marie Forleo. I like the name and the list goes on.

You guys can see that he actually surrounds himself with his mentors, even in his own studio. And I love this so much about you. So Evan thank you for being here and thank you for just ultimately believing – believing in me as an entrepreneur individually and all other entrepreneurs. So I’d love for you to dive in if I missed anything because the accolades go on. He’s got some Guinness World Record things and does so much fun stuff about you. Thanks for being here.


I’m yeah. That was a great intro. I’m great. I’m excited to be here and serve your audience.


Thank you so much. So first question I want to ask you is how in the midst of this dreaming stage that you were in, I’m sure young, because you started into the entrepreneurial journey very young. How did you not just conceptualize what it is that you wanted to do, but actualize being in the room with the people that you now call friends?


Yeah, that was an interesting transition I never really had I never thought it was possible, I don’t know, I wasn’t I wasn’t the guy who was like I had the people on the wall like, I’m going to go meet these people.

That wasn’t really my I think if anything, I’d be too afraid, too nervous. I just love learning from people from afar. And as I built up my YouTube channel, I started gaining more connections and more access and more. I mean, you mentioned Dean. I remember having Dean on my Instagram and we did live together. And one of the things that bothered me about Dean at the time was, why are you not doing more on YouTube? Right.

And I remember this is where just faith in the idea. Like when an idea comes to you, I just trust that it was given to me for a reason and I’m going to do something on it as opposed to judging the idea and all this, the self talk that we usually give ourselves that we don’t follow through because of.

And so while I’m while I’m doing my interview with Dean, we got twenty five minutes together on my Instagram line. And near the end, like, why is he not doing more on YouTube like this is bothers me. I want his message out there more. And so instead of just sticking to the script and the normal questions and everything else, I said, Dean, I love your stuff. You need to why are you not more on YouTube? And then we spent five minutes jamming on YouTube and and he said, hey, we should connect offline and talk about this because I know I need to do more on YouTube.

I just I’ve got so many things that I’m doing right now. This is just not my expertise. But let’s connect after.

And so that led to a call afterwards that led to me when I was doing my tour in twenty nineteen when I when I hit up Phoenix, we met there. That led to him inviting me to speak on stage at a growth which is partnered with Brendon Bouchard. Then, you know, it’s just like one thing leads to another, all because of the faith. That the idea came to me for the reason and I’m going to do something about it.

I didn’t plan it looking and asking this question that’s going to lead to here and then here and then all these things are going to fall into place, just having the faith to ask the question. And that has worked out for me so many times that I just try to stop judging the ideas and just start do something about them that’s so good.

I think oftentimes that’s where the limiting belief comes into play. And the Holtze happens because people think this thing and like now I’ll do that later or there’s no way that could possibly happen. And honestly, it’s just one tiny step in front of the other. It’s that compounding effect of of connectivity, of growth, of learning, like always learning and and truly that understanding of believing in yourself. And so you talked about belief. You talked about faith. You dropped it early.

And I love that. So tell me a bit about how that faith, how that continual belief just kept you motivated every morning. And I mean, I don’t know specifically. You’ve been doing this for a very long time. Yes. The YouTube thing kind of took off in the last six to nine years. Right. But the last three where it’s really grown.

Yeah. I think the thing that really helped me is. Well, two things, one reminded myself that I have difficult things and to leaning into service are the two things that I always default to and that sees me from myself. I think a misconception is successful. People wake up. And there and there immediately. Yes, let’s go Thursday, I’m going to crush today. What a great day to be alive. Like nobody wakes up like that, right?

Not me, not Dean, not Tamra, not Tony. Like nobody wakes up like that.

You wake up and you’re tired. You’ve got lines on your face, you got stuff in your eyes, your need to go to the bathroom. And the limiting thoughts already start Thursday for me is what I call my public facing day. So normally I’m an introvert. I don’t like being in front of the camera. I’m shy. And all of these things that don’t really make sense. If you see me now or if you watch my YouTube channel. But I’m on a mission.

And my mission demands me to step up and do more and be more courageous and be more bold. On a Thursday, so today is packed with interviews and podcasts and different things, and every Thursday, here’s how I start my day. I look at my calendar and I say, oh, what am I doing today?

And I see just a wall of interviews. And immediately I want everything to be canceled immediately, like, oh, what if I don’t show up for Tamra? You know, what if I what if I don’t have a good point to say? What if I just I’m afraid of disappointing people and. I secretly want everybody to cancel on me, right? So, like, if you messaged me, you said, hey, Evan can’t do it today, like, OK, great, yeah.

Yeah, next week.

And so why is he that still happens, right? I mean, that’s still the thought process.

The difference is people who have had success, they will engineer the right motivation and the right mindset to overcome those looming beliefs that keep popping up.

So for me, I look at my calendar, I get stressed, I have anxiety and about the data to come. And the two things that popped to mind is, first is. I do hard things that Evan Carmichael does difficult things, but the fact that I’m afraid of it is not a good enough reason, not anymore. So I’m going to jump into it. And then, too, I’m here to serve that.

Why why do I set up my thirties like this? Because I want to serve. Because I’m going to talk to people. I have a gift that hopefully I’m going to share.

And it’s least my intent. At the very least, it’s my intent. If I don’t deliver, if I show up and just vomit all over my microphone, at least it was my intent to show up and try to serve. And that makes it. Better for me that it’s now about the audience and it’s about spreading the message and helping people believe in themselves more than it is about me, like who cares about me? So stop being selfish and get your message out there.

And that’s that’s a look. I have to run every Thursday morning.

And Dean wants me to speak on stage, you know, at his growth event in front of a couple of thousand people.

The difference isn’t that successful people don’t have these things or don’t have these mindsets. It’s more they have the tools and the habits to get themselves to the point where they need to be.

Yeah, I think that’s so good. And like today is a snow day in Virginia Beach, which you guys get snow all the time there. But here it’s like this much in schools out like totally cancel. The whole city shuts down. And so I was like processing. And I woke up this morning and looked at my schedule and I was like, I saw you on my schedule. So excited for that and all the other things that I want to accomplish before a podcast e course launch tomorrow, in fact.

And my little girl sitting there and I’m thinking, oh, my goodness, I want to have a day with her. So I’m like, you got to get ready. Let’s get going to like, let’s go outside and play. So we went out and we made snow angels and we built a snowman, the most pathetic mask’s snowman, because I have to remember the season that we’re in and we enjoyed life. And one of the things that you say is all about like living life, build a life, not a business.

And so I still get to be the entrepreneur wearing that hat and the mom. And then I took her to daycare and the other twinge of mom guilt was there when all the other moms and families are like, come over and play.

And I’m like, no, I’m on a mission. I want a mission. And like meeting you and being here and showing up for the audience that we had told about all week that you were going to be here. It matters to me and it’s a service and it’s an opportunity to to further other people’s capabilities. And so I love being on Cameron like, come on, let’s do it.

I still get serious about butterflies, but you would never know that about you. So thank you for sharing that intimately. How and why and how do you cultivate building life versus a business on your own terms?

Yeah, so the line I use in my videos is build a life, not just the business, because I think so many entrepreneurs are. Yes, they’re coming for the business advice and they want to grow. And I think you should grow. And I think one of the greatest things about being an entrepreneur is you get to create the calendar and the schedule and the freedom and the balance that you want. You’re you’re in charge. You’re not being told that you have to show up at eight thirty and work until five o’clock doing work that is beneath you that you don’t like and you don’t enjoy the people around you.

You get to pick. And a lot of times that we end up doing is building ourselves our own job and don’t take time to do the things that we want to do. So you want to go be a mom? Yes. On the one offs on a snow day, which is great, but also consistently like you are where you consistently do.

And you get to plan your life as an entrepreneur a lot more than the general public does. And so I just want people to be a lot more intentional with it because we’ll schedule in all of our work stuff. But we don’t schedule in all of our family stuff or personal stuff like self care is part of it, too. Not just time with your kids, but time for yourself. What do you do for yourself?

And some people may need two hours a day. Maybe somebody only needs 10 minutes a day. But but self care, self time is super important. That might be time in the gym. That might be time meditating. There might be time praying. That might be time doing lots of different things. But to be able to create a more intentional life and calendar I think is super important. And I think one of the biggest problems people have is they’re all over the place.

There is no intentionality. You wake up and you immediately start, you pull out your phone and start responding to messages and you’re just living other people’s version of your life, responding to their emergencies and demands on your time instead of putting up a few roadblocks and say, no, this is my life, I’m going to design it how I want it to be designed. And what is a good husband or wife or mother or father? What does that look like?

You get the pick. And then you get to go created and so I’m trying to help people recognize that and then actually go live it.

Yeah, I love that so much and I get that and I get that as entrepreneurs all the time. How do you do it all like you’re so busy or people will actually not call me and they’ll have an event or they’ll do something like I didn’t invite because I was so like I knew you were so busy. I didn’t want to stress you out. I’m like, well, first off, I am not busy. I’m intentional. I’m purposed in the time that I have.

And I am so honored to spend additional intentional time with people that I love and care for. So please ask me, please invite me like I want to show up. And if it’s something that is a part of my my values, I’m going to be there. And so I love that. I love that you live your life that way. And you mentioned your own. Maybe they’re your own, but other people’s examples of meditation and prayer and physicality, I really believe that we get to operate in overflow.

And if you’re not taking care of your mental health, your physical health, your spiritual health, your emotional health, that that gets stifled. So talk to us about how do you do that on a consistent basis and what parts are really important for you from a limited standpoint?

I think the biggest part of a morning routine is the feeling that you get the end of it. I think most of America wakes up with no morning routine at all. They wake up like an accident, fall into their day and immediately start to hate their life.

I don’t think that’s your audience, I think achievers, though, often will trick themselves to think, OK, I did my morning routine, you check the boxes, but you didn’t get the feeling. The point of a morning routine is to feel bold, powerful, strong, courageous and ready to start the day. If you don’t get that by the end of your morning routine, then your morning routine is broken and you either have to add something into it or you need to just go back and do it again with more intention.

And that’s where achievers fall down, because you have a morning routine, everybody looks at you and think you have it all together and you check the boxes of doing everything, but you still don’t feel bored by the end of your 30 minutes, one hour, two hours, a long. It is so your morning routine didn’t work for you. As an example, I had a woman I was doing an event in Albuquerque and I asked her what’s the most powerful part of your morning routine?

And she said, prayer. OK, great. So, you know, do you make time for prayer every every morning, like almost every morning.

Like there had to be some emergency that happened. But 95 percent of the time I’m doing my prayer. Awesome. How much of the time do you actually feel? Bold power, powerful, inspired by the end of it. It’s like, I don’t know, 30 percent of the time that’s the problem and it’s not the actual act, it’s just not doing it with enough intention. You have to go back, do the prayer again, say it’s the same words, say the same words, but with intention, and you have to feel the power.

And you don’t leave until you have felt it and you’re ready to take on the day. And so we all have these things for me, the thing that I immediately is music. Music is the fastest way to shift your state.

So every day at the same time, I’m bouncing on my chest and thinking about a song that I think whatever gets you going, whatever gets you.

There’s some songs that when they come on, even if you’re feeling low and down and negative, would make you bounce, you know, for you maybe be like dancing, screaming, going crazy.

And for someone who is more introverted like me, maybe it’s just like not in the head with half a foot or something.

But but it forces it forces a state change. And what most people do is put on music for how they currently feel. So if you’re sad, you put on sad music where you should put on music that makes you feel a different way. And so that’s an important part of my morning routine, but. More important than what I do is what works for you, we’ve all felt everybody watching, whether it’s a prior example, the music example or something else, you’ve all felt inspired by powerful at some point in your life that’s happened.

So what what happened just before that and then incorporating that into your daily routine instead of hoping that it happens to you randomly throughout the day? And if you can have a daily routine that by the end of it you do feel bold, powerful, inspired, and you did that every day.

Your life in three months, six months, 12 months will look dramatically different. You won’t even recognize the person you become just because you incorporated that one simple change to your life.

I love that so much. I think additionally, like thinking about the fact that sometimes those things aren’t things that you feel really energized or jazzed about to do, but it’s the after effects because of the intentionality of actually doing so. For instance, I have a couple of people on here right now who like working out. It’s not their favorite thing to do. I love to workout. I get excited to go. Not everybody likes that, but they know that afterwards they’re going to feel alive.

They’re going to feel better because they’re one step closer to the version of themselves that they want to be.

All right, quick pause, I love that you’re tuning into this show, really, your shares, your subscribers and reviews, even your listeners mean a ton to me personally and honestly to all of us who put these shows out weekly for your listening pleasure. But are you ready?

I think it’s time that I put you in the hot seat for a question. If you’re resonating with all of these multi passionate, God loving success stories, then I bet you have one of your own. Maybe you’re even in the midst of that comeback. Regardless, there is a deeper message inside of you, I am sure of it. It’s your why factor for living life. So here’s the question. Why not turn that mess into a message by starting a podcast of your very own?

It’s time for you to amplify. And since I’ve been broadcasting for a couple of years now and I’ve trained dozens of shows and to launch, I’ve also hit top of the charts across the globe. Why would you want to learn from anybody else? I’m also pretty fun and so is my team and we put together this E course and don’t stop here. Don’t fast forward. Hold out. I know you’re thinking e course because everybody’s got a course, but this one is truly as good as it gets.

I give you a behind the scenes step by steps. My team is screen sharing exactly what they do, post-processing their video modules and a workbook. Plus we offer direct group coaching with us. No videos of us live in action. Let’s create that human to human connection. So really, there’s nothing like it. I would encourage you to go check out Tamra Andress dot com and check out the course tab. Once you get there, there’s even a free mini course option if you want to see the behind the scenes and not really take my word for it.

So you should take my word for it. You’re here listening to me right now. So I appreciate you. We love you. We encourage you.

But girl, boy, man, woman, father, dog, whatever. It’s time for you to amplify. All right. Now let’s get back to the show. And so I want to know for you specifically, is there a season in your life that was a down like just you didn’t have it right? You didn’t get it right, even in your entrepreneurial journey. And I like to call them like comeback stories, the fail forward opportunities. Right.

Because nothing is is a lesson and learned. It’s a stepping stone even up, even if you’re falling. So is there a time in your life that that happened to you? And why was that continued motivation towards your mission or belief in self that got you out of it? What was it?

Yeah, and I think just quickly on the workout thing, I think the more that you can align it to enjoying the process, like maybe it means you work out with a friend and the connection is the thing that gets you going.

Or maybe it’s instead of going to the gym, you’re going to go play squash or you’re going to go swimming or something that you can enjoy more or you’re going to go. 20 time running up the hill with your daughter, right? I mean, that’s a workout. Yeah, I actually enjoy the process, too.

It’ll it’ll make it easier to stay committed on it for the down life. I think ultimately your purpose comes from your pain. I think whatever you struggled the most with. In life is the thing that you want to help other people through. I think the challenge that we come up against is we think we’re the only ones who who struggle and suffer with us, where you have to realize that there are millions of people right now, millions who are currently struggling with the thing that you used to struggle with.

And you represent. An impossibility. You shouldn’t be where you’re at right now that the 19 year old you are, how old you are when you were super struggling would look to where you are right now and say, there’s no way if you listed off your current like what you’re working on right now to the former you, she would say this is not what is happening.

There’s no way you’re going to do that. And yet you’ve already done it. You know, it’s like you’re currently an impossibility to the former you and and she’s recognizing that there are millions of people who currently are former you and that’s your mission, is to serve them, to help them, to give them hope and inspiration, to let them have faith in themselves. And that will never get old. You know, you’ll be one hundred and fifty in an old age home, still spazzing out, maybe in a wheelchair.

And as long as you got your mind and your mouth, you’ll still be trying to help inspire people that will never get old. So for me, my biggest pain was just struggling so much as an entrepreneur and working every single day, all day long, make it three bucks a month, eating the same cane beans for lunch every day because it was cheap to fill me up. And I still make my videos for 19 year old Evan who was struggling to just get anything going.

And I think when you can tie that in, I think most entrepreneurs fail because they’re just chasing the hot opportunity that this is the big thing for twenty twenty one, twenty, twenty two and onwards. Instead of saying I’m on, I have a purpose. And instead of forgetting about that past that I went through, I’m not going to embrace it, not to live back there, but to embrace it because so many people could use my help and my message right now so amazing and so, so inspiring in so many different levels.

I’m like going to be listening back to this to take notes. One of the things that inspired me actually prior to getting on the show, you would actually sent over a video about this time. And so for all my listeners, I might be a little selfish here because I’m super curious. And I you open the window and I was like, this is so good that he does this. I always do things off the cuff. I love to just have real, real conversations with people.

But I’m curious, from your entrepreneurial perspective, do you think YouTube is like a missed opportunity when people are spending so much time on Facebook or Instagram or other spaces? I go live on there, but beyond that, we don’t play with it. So you mentioned thumbnails in one of your videos when you were talking to Dean. I actually listen to that one this morning. So it’s funny you brought that one up and he’s just like, I know I’m just missing out.

I’m doing a thousand other things. How in a prioritization standpoint has that shifted your whole career?

So I think, one, you have to decide between consuming and creating. If you’re consuming, there’s lots of places to go to Facebook lives, YouTube podcasts, figure out how you best learn. I learned through video more than audio. So I, I listen to zero podcasts. Clubhouse is hard for me. I would, I’d learn a lot faster if I can see it then when you get into creating I think if you are definitely as a thought leader or an expert, YouTube is it needs to be your number one priority.

The reason is, unlike all other platforms, whatever you make on YouTube will live forever. So if you’re on a mission, like have you said, hey, Evan, I want to sell my business in three months. Don’t worry about it. It’s just it’s not going to work out. It’s just not your best use of time.

But if you’re on a mission and the message that you have in a year and three years and five years is still going to be relevant, still applicable, still inspiring, then YouTube has to be your number one place, because in five years, people will still watch your video. Nobody’s going back five days on your Instagram, let alone five years, and then the other beautiful thing about YouTube is. You can look at the data YouTube as long form content, so you can look at the data and see what what parts of the video people like the most.

And then you cut that up and you take it to LinkedIn and Twitter and Facebook and Instagram. So how do I be everywhere and entrepreneurs struggle with how do I be everywhere? I have got to be on all these platforms and you have a business to run to.

Places like most people don’t want to just be a Full-Time influencer. You’ve got a business to run. And how can you be a viewer while you use YouTube for your long form content that builds your legacy and keeps bringing in people on autopilot. And then you cut up the pieces of content from your YouTube channel like this twenty five minute interview, put it to YouTube and then we cut the best moments.

And that’s your Instagram clip and that’s your Twitter clip and that’s your LinkedIn clip.

So that’s not you having to create unique content on every single platform and then feel stressed out, burnt out and not actually running your business. Plus YouTube pays you, which is nice.

So I thought the benefit I want to get paid. I mean, they’ll pay you for not paying you to make content, right. Will pay you to make content. Right. You on autopilot. Right. For years as your videos keep doing well. So I think it’s the single biggest opportunity. Going in the new year now for thought leaders, for experts, for coaches to show your expertise in a YouTube environment. Thank you.

All right. I’ve got you for like a couple more seconds. I want to know how I can serve you. How can my audience get all the books? List your books. I know we’ve got built to serve. What other ones are you really proud of?

I’m sure you’re proud of all of them built to serve in your one word or the two published ones.

Those are great starting points, I think, to this conversation built to serve as probably the most relevant one. There’s a YouTube channel and then I’ve got training that I do wear twice a month. I work with people inside of group coaching. One is called moviemakers, which does help when you start. Like if you’re if you’re at the starting point and you need to get off off the couch and doing it, we got people through 100 hundred video challenge.

So you’re you have to make a hundred videos before you’re allowed to judge yourself and say that you suck and you’re just not meant for this. You got to make 100 videos and work together, so you’ve got to go. And then my other one’s called Brene Lyrics, where I do really in-depth YouTube strategies, tactics, data analysis, geek out over that kind of stuff to help people grow their channels. Really cool.

Evan you are a gift to the world and I am so grateful for your service and just connectivity today. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you. And we will be in touch. You guys, all listeners that are here, love you guys are rad. Drop Evan over on YouTube. Subscribe get notified. His channel is amazing and I appreciate you be blessed.

Thank you for the love. Thanks for having me. Hey, it’s me again, I hope in today’s episode, you sense and ignite to an ember within you, something mentally, physically, emotionally or spiritually moving that creates and sustains a fire within your journey. Before you go, let’s solidify the flame. I’d love for you to take a step right now. And declaring your take away by snapping a pic of the episode, you tune in to share your sparks moment and tag me at Fit in Faith Underscore podcast or me personally at Tamra Andress on Insta.

I hope that I can keep you accountable and also share you with the greater community of the Fit in Faith Podcast listeners. We’re totally in this together. Community over competition is the motto, right? I’d also be incredibly grateful if you took an extra second to lead a review on iTunes or your podcast listening app. I’d love to feature your thought in the next episode and give you and your passion project a big shout out. You know I’m a writer, so I love words and I can’t wait to read what you have to say.

I’m ready to fuel the flame with you together and until next time, blessings over your joy, help, wealth and wholeness. Tune in next on.

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