• Tamra Andress

Perfecting Your Email List - Rebroadcast from Breakfast with Champions

Your email list is important. No matter what happens with social media, your email list belongs to you. That is why it is so important you grow your list and you nurture those on the list. Get my best tips for perfecting your email list in this episode rebroadcast from Breakfast with Champions!

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Welcome to the fit and faith podcast. It is an acronym representing founders, innovators, and trailblazers who are looking to live a life wholly fully, authentically, and truly fit a space for us to connect on the raw real stories of mind, body, and soul alignment of entrepreneurs in kingdom leaders. I'm your host, Tamra and dress.

And this podcast, isn't like the cookie cutter interview experience. I've been coined the entrepreneurial rabbi. And so we do go there unscripted, no matter how far wide, deep or high there is. My desire is to see people rise from the inside, out, into their greatest calling, by sharing their truest stories.

Talents. As a purpose activator and brand builder, I believe our successes and failures are derived from who and whose we are not what we do, but strategy and vision are equally as important to the mission. So let's cut to the chase together and get fit in faith. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning.

How are you? My friend? How are you? My friend? Welcome. This is the breakfast with champions podcast. One of the most unique, amazing and powerful podcasts you'll ever come across in your entire life. Listen, we bring you motivation, education and inspiration, and ultimately give you an opportunity to get a seat at that table to hang out with some of them.

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So with that said, make sure you filter through, there's going to be some of these thought leaders, these experts in their industries that you're ultimately going to connect with. You're going to totally, totally resonate. It's going to totally be your vibe. And then there's going to be other ones that you're going to be like, Hey, get, know what I like, but I don't know if I love them.

And that's, what's great about breakfast with champions. I have something for everyone. So make sure you sift through find the ones that you love and know that they'll be coming back every single week to be able to deliver to you the motivation, education and inspiration that you need with that said, my name is Glen Lundy.

I am your host, super excited to connect with you and let's kick off today's episode of breakfast with camp.

You guys are hanging out in breakfast with champions. We are so excited to have you here this morning, happy Monday, Monday, motivation, which isn't on our topic or title today, but that's usually what's going out the gate. And so Sarah, thank you so much for that. It actually makes perfect way into what I wanted to share this morning about copy and comparison to your email list and nurturing those people.

So breakfast of champions, be sure to tag the, a green little box house up on. Add yourself to the membership. If you haven't already, uh, you can also go to breakfast with that's breakfast with, and you will get the links and access to everywhere. We are currently showing up outside of clubhouse, inclusive of our podcast, our website, our social media.

The grow your business for God's sake conference that you hear us talking about nonstop, which if you didn't hear this morning and you're new to the room, we are offering a buy one gift, one experience for the next 48 hours. So you can go to the site and buy one and gift one to somebody who wants to grow alongside you, or that you want to bless.

And baby doesn't know that they need. But you want them to, because when we are champions, we want everyone to rise together. And so we're excited about that. That's, or you can go straight to grow for All right. So, as I said, Sarah is a conversation and topics is going perfectly into what I wanted to share, um, around.

Getting and how to develop or re-engage your email list. So oftentimes when I come on here, you guys hear me spit in some holy spirit fire. And I am all for that as often as I can be. But this morning as I was listening to everybody, I was really in the mindset of, okay, it's Monday. And what do I have to accomplish this week?

What is on. Liz, what do we need to work on? And we just did a launch this past week, um, in regards to a new course that I just promoed and it was, it was great. We're so excited with the outcome. Um, but we did a lot of emails and that is not common for our email list. And so it was really neat to see all of the replies that we were getting from people, whether or not.

Uh, porting and doing the course at that point, or they were just giving feedback on it. Um, I love having actual engagement. And so I want to teach you guys a couple of ways that you can do this yourself. Um, and I'm going to do it because of my connection to how I like to teach, which is on biblical foundations.

I'm going to teach you why I believe how you can do this, who you can do it for what it's going to actually do for your business and for your community. As you guys likely know you don't own or have direct access to anybody that is a follower or a fan on social media, and you're likely only touching them in those rooms.

2% of the time when your posts, you're only touching two to 3% of the community that is even following you. So that's why when you go to somebody's social media account, they might have 16,000 fans, and they're only getting 50 to a hundred likes or 200 likes or 300 likes. Right? It's the knowing that those people want.

Seeing you and two, they're not necessarily always engaging with you. And so if you aren't encouraging engagement on your social media, as we all should be, then you definitely want to quote unquote, own your list. And so this is why you want to do that. Um, and we're going to do it based on answering those questions.

And why not? How, when, what, and who. So when I teach anyone about business and we're going out the gate initially with their foundations, obviously there's the branding concepts in the, in the copy that we're talking about prior to in the last segment, but also it's the premise of okay. Start growing this list out the gate and how you're going to do that is sharing your expertise through either an avenue of quiz, which we know the beautiful Rachel de Alto has a really cool, um, relatable quiz.

I love quizzes. It's really something that's easy and engaging. And people always love to find out more about themselves. Glenn uses the morning five for this, so you can get his ebook by going to Glen backslash to the morning. I have a D daily devotion. That's in parallel with how to create joy as an entrepreneur.

So you can get that. And there's so many different ways that you can do this, right? I mean, people are giving it out all the time. When you hear people say, , this is likely their way of bringing you into their email. S Michelle does a beautiful job with us as she has been cultivating all of her seven tips throughout the entire time, breakfast with champions has been on.

And so you can deal with. And you'll get on her either text, thread, or her email list, and you'll be able to have access to that one that I love to share that I haven't shared in this room in a long time is if you DME the word clubhouse, you'll actually get the methodology that I use. I'm a spreadsheet person like Sarah, unlike Glenn.

And I keep all of my contacts that I meet here on clubhouse in a spreadsheet within that spreadsheet it's got about, I think it's like 17. I love you, um, 17 different columns and that columns are going down. What type of collaboration or what type of friendship or partnership are we creating? What is the level of access that I should be giving them on any of my content?

I number it one through 10, all of these different columns. Purpose. And one of those columns is their email. One of those columns is their phone number. If we've taken our relationship to a deeper, closer connection, via text message. Right. And so I also have an address column and that way I can send something in the mail, um, had an opportunity to sit at breakfast with Brian Ben stocks.

And, um, I wanted to send him a thank you card. Right? So getting an address and then a plugging it in. Basically my address book, but in an Excel spreadsheet, going deeper into what room did I meet them into? What was the last conversation I had? How would I like to further the relationship? So if you DME the word clubhouse, you'll get access to that, but let's talk about what you do once you get that email, because that's ultimately, what's the most important thing because you get an email and you can either.

First send an email, which I know many people do. They're like, yeah, I've got 3000 people on my email, less than I haven't sent an email in a couple months. What, why, what are you doing? Right. And so here, here's a couple of things. And again, this is based on difficult foundation. And so I'll throw in a couple of reasons and examples to the one who did it really.

So Y all right, so Jesus had a ton of followers, right? Like he would go into cities and everyone would have either heard about him or knew that he was coming and they knew his name. This is no different than you having tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, maybe just a couple of hundred that's okay.

For starting out. We're here for you to support you and those people know who you are, but again, 3% is the average that people will see you. So are you then being lax a days uncle in the fact that you are not bringing those relationships into further connection. So in order to come into deeper relationship with Jesus, he actually gave them an opportunity like disciples, like super deep connection, drop everything you're doing and follow me.

Are you. Sold out for your mission. Are you willing to share it on an intimate level in somebody's inbox? Basically now that's coming with them every hour of the day, especially if they have their notifications turned on, which I don't, because I want to say present when I'm doing certain things, but think about that.

If you are not activating somebody to the next level of communication, to the next level or opportunity of relationship, you're doing yourself a disservice towards the mission that God has called. You're basically saying, oh, I'll take my chances that only 3% of people will see this message. I don't know about you.

But when I cultivate what is called a microblog, which is, is a long form content, Instagram post, I put a lot of thought into that. I am passionately curating that content for people, and I will not more than 3% of people to see it. And so it's not just going as an Instagram post, it's going in a bunch of different, smaller clip content that might lead them to something.

Right. So be very intentional. This is the why, why, because you are doing what you're sold out for your purpose. You're called into this. And if you're not doing all of this incorporating email content, then you're not necessarily curating something that when you go to launch a course, like. Did you have an active email that's going to respond.

All right. So who, a lot of people are trying to curate a business and they have not clarified that who and who is a fun thing. I think to do. Oftentimes what I've seen is that the, who is generally the past, you and I say this not lightheartedly. I say this in the, where have you been? What did you need in order for you to have the tools or the key to unlock the door that you've already stepped through?

And so building a business around that past. It's really easy in comparison to taking a product idea that you might have never used, you just needed. And, and you're trying to bring that to market, start with the place of where you need it all the way into how it actually has served you. And then you'll be able to serve people really well.

When you go back to. Conversation of copy, like Sarah was talking about, you're going to be able to really speak into this. You're going to know their pain points. You're going to know their need points. You're going to know how to have conversation with them. That feels more like a friend rather than a sales tactic.

And so when I think about who and we're looking at it from a biblical lens, this is one of my favorite things that I share both in the algorithm piece, because. Jesus's our algorithm. And I cannot stand having to worry about all of those things, but I love me some Rocky and I need everything that she gives us for Instagram tips, but ultimately he'll create the platform, but the, who is you don't have to niche down.

Now, there are going to be people in here. Lash there might send anger towards me. And I do not mean it against anything that's being taught regularly, but I mean, it, in the sense that you do not have to curate something that's so tiny, you can have a cast all experience that speaking. To that one group.

So when God or Jesus himself was sharing parables and he was sharing a parable about talents, or he was sharing a parable about harvesting, the woodworker might not have understood. And it's why the parables didn't speak to everyone. They didn't understand the process of seeding and harvesting. And so when he needed to talk directly to that group, he would, but.

Ostracized people. And I think a beautiful way that we are doing that. One is with breakfast with champions all the time. We talk about everyone being invited to the table, and then we have curated conversations maybe towards entrepreneurs or curated conversations towards people within the Christianity belief system.

But we're saying. Everyone is welcome here. And this is an exploration it's no different than the grow your business for God's sake conference. We want everyone to feel welcome, but we're speaking into the heart and head and the soul of somebody specific. If that makes sense. So think about your, who don't think that you have to niche so far granually that you're going to leave everybody out.

It'll also give you opportunity when you're building your business to realize that there might be expansion in the future. Segment yourself into one category. You are blocking other people out towards what could become. And so that's a big part of when I was creating my coaching. And I had segmented myself as a Christian business coach.

And I did that with intention because I'm passionate about my faith and I wanted to serve people who were going to have mission-driven businesses. And I had a group full of Christians. Tell me that's actually not what you do. And you don't know what people's mentality is towards the word, Christian, even if they're in their faith, because now they're curious, what denomination is she?

What is she? Is she going to speak in tongues when we're on a phone call? It, does she worship with her hands raised? Does she worship with her hands in her pockets? Does she worship from a hymnal? Is she going to teach me exactly? Is that the vocal information or is it just hypothetical, right? Like all of these things are.

Processed no different. And for some reason, this is the example that's coming to mind is the dollar shave club that you have really segmented themselves into men. And so I just wrote it off, right? Like it's a guy's raiser. And now they're trying to open that up to women. And I, I use a guy's razor anyway, cause I share my husband's razor razor.

Gillette is the best. No, no doubt about it. I've tried a lot. And um, it's the knowing that I am not interested in that because they kind of. He also now, as they start to expand their market, I'm curious, but I'm not sold out for it. And so just be very mindful of that when you're creating your email content.

So you're at this point, you're like, okay, Tamara, this is great. I get that. I need to do it. I understand why I understand who it's for, but how right. How do I start this out? How do I start collecting emails? I gave you some examples earlier. There's some other opportunities that you can do this through.

The ebook, like I mentioned, the quizzes you could create faster class and webinars. So you hear bill in here all the time, talking about his master class and webinars. He is curating an email list. And so even when I didn't show up to the one I signed up for, I get his emails filled with incredible content filled with incredible value.

And that's what we're going to talk about next is what are you actually giving them? You can also get. How's through Facebook groups, private Facebook groups, and you can set one of your questions as they have to give you your email in order to be a part of the group. So if you don't have an actual full on email marketing system set, yet you can do this as a methodology to start building that.

Uh, you can also do challenges. Challenges are super fun and you five, seven, we're doing the 67 day challenge. We're building an email list. Okay. And it's not because we're not also serving. Don't look at the things that people do from a business or sales strategy as not serving. Serving is sales. Sales is serving they're one in the same.

Okay. So stop having that bad mentality towards what that. All right. So a good example here, when you are curating, these is making sure why, what am I going to get afterwards? Right. Because people, I don't know about you, I have a junk email that I use, and there's probably 10,000 unread emails in that junkie mail.

And I also will, I am a navigator and I love to inquire about how other people are doing things. That's how I can grow my business and serve other people. So that's where I'll use in order to just investigate. What's the flow that someone's created. What is the content that they're designing? How are they speaking to their audience?

Right. So that is like my, my burners. So I would suggest you potentially have one, if you want to keep your other one nice and crisp and clean for all of your clubhouse, people that you value so much. Did you see how I did that? Make sure you keep your right email. All right. So next thing is what I

love you. All right. So here we go. This is one of my favorite parts, right? So I just hired someone gosh, three months ago, and we redid our entire email campaign. I've had an email campaign running for three years now, and we wanted to create a new welcome sequence. We wanted to create a new nurture. You don't know what that is.

Um, there is a series of emails that will find fair upon that person coming in to get that free deliverable. So you're giving them something of value. This is where the master class, the challenge, the eBooks, any of those things can be one of my favorite ways to do this is through a video. I'm really comfortable on video.

I've been doing that for so many years through my podcast. And so I will give people many courses. So they'll get like three part video sequence day by day by day. That's just like a five minute video that will then lead them into potentially getting the full. It's a great way to kit your coaching ability.

It's a great way for people to understand who you are and hear your voice rather than just read it. Um, and people really liked video now as well. So you can do this and then afterwards you want to create a sequence. This welcome sequence is actually bringing them into relationship with you. It's no different than going to dinner the first time on that date.

And then the very next time you're actually having a deeper conversation, a deeper conference. When I hired this person, which I had never done this before. Cause I love to write. And so I thought my sequence is really good. He was just giving me some additional copy incentives to drive them to one thing then to drive them to a thousand things.

Um, and the very first meeting I had with him. Sits me down and he's like, okay, so we're just going to have a conversation. I just want to get to know you so that they can do exactly what Sarah said. I want to hear your voice. I want to hear your story. I want to know the depth behind what you're doing. I was at a mastermind experience in Kissimmee, Florida.

I had flown in early and I was like, oh, I'm just going to take this one hour call. It should be quick on this. Sit out in the sun. Oh, wow. Within 15 minutes, this guy was a stranger had me bawling in tears because I was sharing the heartbeat of my why and my story and how I had developed and evolved to where I was.

He was asking such poor poignant. Poignant. Yes. That I was just a ball of mess and I'm like, I am so sorry. This is so unprofessional. And he gets some violent ear to ear and he's like, this is exactly what I want because what's going to happen when somebody opens my email sequence by email, to. They're going right.

I'm going right in there going dive in deep so that they understand my why. And so as we did this, and then he curated the emails from there and he had a point for every single email, I'm going to share what those points are here in just a minute. So make sure you have a. So that you can curate one for yourself.

Um, it's been amazing again. I said at the very beginning, the feedback, the reply responses that I'm getting from emails is drastically different than what I was getting before. Um, so this took investment, right? This took me investing in myself. Not just time when I could have been laying out on the beach with the time that I had gifted myself to come early to the mastermind.

Um, it. Cost, right. It costs $3,000 just for him to set these emails up a 10 parts email sequence. That sounds crazy. But if you knew the offset of how that's turning clients, it's well worth it. Right? So here we go. Here's what you need to do. The first one is deliver the freebie and there are so many different ways you can do this.

Okay. I set everything up through my site and then you can use an email sequence or an email system off the backend. I've used constant. I've used flow desk, which I highly recommend for creators who like imagery in their, in their inbox, MailChimp I've used active campaign. I've used convert kit and currently we're using Kartra, which I am super happy with.

So Kartra is an online. K a R T R a. And that's what we switched over to when Matt helped me. And if you want his contact, I'm happy to pass it to you. Um, so first is you're delivering the thing that they just signed up for. If you don't have an auto fire set up for this, and you're having somebody put their email in for something that they really want, and you're not planning to email them because you're manually doing this, uh, day to day.

Three days, maybe next week you are totally losing the momentum that that client wants to come in relationship with you. It's like if you pass somebody by and they had their hand just like sticking out in the hallway, waiting to shake your hand and you just pass by them and you made like three loops and then you came back to them and said, oh, nice to meet.

They're moved on. They have completely done another email entrance right there, trying to get the information, especially from somebody like a business coach who they're trying to build that business when they're thinking about it. They're like, I want the answers right now. So if you're not willing to immediately auto fire something, then you're missing the opportunity.

Second email share the story of how you got started. Okay. So you've delivered this thing. They're really happy. They got that outcome. The next one is saying why, how, okay. When, where all of those answers are going to be done through this nurture. The next one is including your bio, who are you? Maybe they just stumbled upon you from a Facebook ad.

Maybe they stumbled upon you in a clubhouse room, maybe on Instagram. And they're like, oh, that's really interesting. I want to try that. You need to clarify and verify and so creates. So already in that email notating where you've been seen, how have you been broadcasted? Give them your bio. The fourth email is going to be where to connect with you.

So I, even though I'm connecting with them in their email, I want them to be able to see my daily IETV or I want them to be able to get to my podcast. So I'm telling them where to connect one of the biggest things. And I think it really parallels to what Sarah said earlier. Smaller words for bigger concepts is the understanding that you.

To give them only one call to action in their emails. And this was one of the biggest things that I was doing wrong prior to this email sequence. I was like, oh, go here for this. Oh, try this too. Oh, by the way, I also do this and people don't have the capacity. They only want to do. The one thing you want me to do, what's the one call to action you would like for me to do and pull them into experience that way.

And that way alone, don't inundate them with all of the incredible resources that you offer at. All right. I think I'm on number five. Um, now you're sending them to the thing that you do on a consistent basis. So it was where to connect for number four. Number five is go check out this, check out my blog, check out my podcast, check out, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.

Okay. Again, one call to action in these you're weaving in story, and this is the biggest thing. No different than the biblical reference I gave you before from the parables. If you aren't telling a story, They're not listening because they're being sold at all. The time. Servant selling is through story telling servant selling is through story.

They want to be engrossed in what you're doing. Glenn does this so beautifully. He's not, he's not intentionally trying to, because we've learned about the methodology of, um, persuasion and manipulation. But as he's telling a story about Joel or Meredith, right, and Disneyworld, we are so ingrained in the fact that he's also running a millions of dollars of business while also hanging out with his one of eight children while also being.

So be the entrepreneur, husband, friends, clubhouse coordinator, all these things, it's perplexing, and it's inviting you into the storyline of his day-to-day life. And then he goes on to say, Hey, let me show you how, Hey, let me invite you into further relationship with me so I can hug your neck to spend dedicated time with you so you can grow and do the same thing and live a life of abundance and freedom.

That's what the. And this for God's sake conference is doing, it's giving you direct access to know the, how the, why the, where he's giving you the tools. Right? So tell the story. The next one is to set expectations of what's next. So this is going through your nurture sequence, going through your welcome to.

You've delivered the freebie. You've shared your story. You've included your bio with social authority. You've told them where to connect with you. You've asked them and the next email to go check out this thing, that's going to provide more value for free. Have you noticed I have not sold them anything.

I have not asked them to go buy anything. I've given value on value on value. Then you're doing, you're setting your expectations of what's next. And what I mean by that is where are you going? Where are you taking them? What journey are they coming on with? Next we're going to be doing, doing this exploration for the next month.

I'm going to be unpacking this Bible verse for the next week. We're going to be doing this one thing they want to know so that they're not caught off guard. And they know if they need to continue to open this email or not. Are you taking them on a journey? Are you. Story. What type of content do you share and what to get excited about?

That's the next email? This is one of my favorites because I get to talk about the video piece that I do and really bringing them in and highlighting them in those pieces. And then you can go into, what do you have coming up? What event is happening? How can they get further ingrained in your community?

I have retreat that's coming up, right? So we're always dropping the retreat experience on them because it's happening every year. To be reminded if you don't remind them, how are they supposed to remember? So here's your nurture sequence. The very last piece of that is taking them in to what it is that you're selling.

Again, you might have multiple programs. What fits the vast array of your audience? What will be the most experiencial for them to come into community with that's going to serve them at the highest caliber. That will take you the less amount of time. So when I do a course, that's one of the first ways.

One, because if you're looking at it from a funnel, they're not going to come in from just any email sequence and pay me 10 K. It's not going to happen. They don't hardly know me from. No biblical reference there, but full biblical reference, right? Is that they want to come into community. So if I'm giving them something of value, I want to give them the, something of value that I know is action packed.

So no different than Russell Brunson, which I believe the ClickFunnels funnel hacking live is happening in Florida this week. Um, because Myron and I are talking and he will be on in the coming week. His, uh, his dad is doing better from COVID, by the way, in case anybody has been praying over that situation.

Um, but. To get back to what I was saying is in funnel hacking live, when they teach you about bonuses or they teach you about value stacking, what they're teaching you is they're saying you're giving this $200 price. And what they're getting from that is actually $2,000 in value, $10,000 of value. And it looks crazy when they're like, oh, and you get this and you get this and you get this, you feel like an auctioneer.

This is free and this is free. And this is. But what they're getting from you when they come into that program is they're saying, wow, I am mind blown of the depth and the width and the Heights of everything that was just hacking for me. I cannot wait to see what I get next. And then they're willing to invest the next amount because they're going to see the.

They're going to see the ROI and the value. They're going to see the ROI in their growth, whatever that growth is, because that's what we're all essentially serving. We're serving growth of some sort, and it doesn't matter if it's a product. It doesn't matter if it's a service we are serving again, we hear this all the time.

We're serving human human, and I like to say layer deeper heart. And so what you're selling, if it doesn't require or enable growth, you need to reconsider how you're selling it because that's ultimately what you're doing. All right. So this is that top list of your welcome nurture sequence. There's a whole nother sequence that can happen after that, which is your sales sequence.

I can teach you about that another time, but I really hope that this provided value to you, that you guys understand the incredible. Piece of ability that you have in taking them on a further journey with you in their email. And it's not meant to be annoying, it's meant to serve. So I hope if anybody has any questions we can look can take the last two minutes.

Um, yes. Thanks.

I have a question for you. Yes. So, uh, it's on, uh, east here. Um, so one of the things that I, I, I, first of all, I love that you gave away, like, I don't know if everybody realizes how much juice you just gave away. So absolutely incredible segment. The question I have for you is this set of expectations. We've been experimenting with delivering that with the freebie to let people know what to expect with this sequence, because we were noticing a little bit of, uh, like, I mean, I've seen it happen.

Like we don't do it with our clients, but what is your opinion about just setting rough expectations with delivering the freebie as well? In that first email, as far as the sequence. Yeah, I wouldn't say that it's bad. I think the biggest thing is often they're, they're kind of in that speed trap at that point, because they want the thing that they're looking for.

And if you detract him from actually accessing, remember the one call to action, not accessing the thing that you really want them to get, which is the ultimate value add. I would actually actually suggest doing a secondary one that maybe. 12 hours to 24 hours later that says, Hey, did you open the thing that you couldn't wait for?

And then give them, and by the way, the expectations of what's to come without saying the word expectations, but next week, you're going to get dah, dah, dah, or tomorrow I do mine in a 14 day window. So 10 emails are going out in a 14 day cycle, which might say. Overkill, but we have a 27 to 37% open rate, so that's really high for the industry.

So again, the more value the better, but one call to action would be my response. Hopefully that helps on ease. All right guys. We are on the hour at 10 o'clock. I so appreciate you tuning in. And if you want this list again, going down, what it is, go ahead and DME. Uh, anything you can just tell me that you want the list in order and I'll send it to you.

It's not going to be an email trap. I'm just literally going to send you the notes that I've had here on my computer. I love you guys so much, and I hope you have an amazing Monday. This is Samara Andrus. I am your purpose activator, and I hope today I brought you some purpose and some love and some lights.

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Hey, y'all it's me again. I hope in today's episode, you sends an 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 solidify the plane. I'd love for you to take a step right now in declaring your takeaway by snapping a pick of the episode.

You tuned it to share your sparked moment and tag me at bitten faith underscore podcast, or me personally at Tamra. That's on instead. I hope that I can keep you accountable and also share you with the greater community of the fit and 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 leave 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 blame with you together. And until next time, blessings over your joy, how well and wholeness tune in next time.

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