Episode 20

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15th Mar 2022

Fitness, Health, and Healthy Habits for Real Estate Agents and High-Level Professionals With Joscilynn Stachowiak

Do you want to learn how to get fit and healthy?

Listen in as we interview online fitness coach Joscilynn about her healthy habits and the benefits of having a coach. You’ll be inspired to make positive changes in your life after hearing her story.

By following Coach Joscylynn’s advice, you can achieve your fitness goals and feel better than ever before. She is passionate about helping others reach their potential and will provide you with all the tools you need to succeed.

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Joscilynn is the founder of Game Changer Academy, an online fitness academy specifically individualized and tailored for realtors. She is a personal coach with over 10 years of experience in the health and wellness industry. Joscilynn has a passion for helping others achieve their goals and reach their highest potential.

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- Lose weight

- Get in shape

- Feel better

- Transform your life for the better.

- Become the healthiest, happiest version of yourself.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: The remarketing podcast is where we talk marketing tech business and leadership and we talked for real estate agents real estate investors and real estate entrepreneurs.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: are two purposes one to spotlight you jocelyn and your business your service or your product in a way that provides value to you, including market exposure and content creation number two to educate and inform our audience and listeners.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: That being said, i'm going to introduce our speaker right so jocelyn you gonna kill me cuz I gotta get this right Jackson as.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: A whole we act is the founder of game changer academy an online fitness academy specifically individualized and tell it for realtors and high level.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Business professionals, she is a personal coach with 10 years of experience and the health and wellness industry.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: JASMINE has a passion for helping others achieve their goals to reach their highest potential jocelyn welcome to the podcast and I would like to start off with hey tell us a little bit about your story your background.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: yeah first of all, I just want to say thank you for having me thank you for reaching out i'm so honored to be here a little bit about me gosh i've been fitness has been my life so.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I grew up you know, in a very sports oriented family so soccer was my sport right and I actually had intended to go all the way with soccer like that's all I knew I even played in Italy.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Was crazy but um I don't know where I end up getting a tumor in my knee so kind of pulled me out of.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Playing sports for bullies on a professional level, so if anybody has ever.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: been involved in sports, you know that it's more than just playing the sport it's a whole lifestyle your friends are doing it your coaches are telling you what to do what to eat.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: there's so much guidance there so pretty much been ripped out of that I had to figure it out all on my own, and it was really difficult because, at the same time I just started entering into college and.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: If anybody knows how stressful that can be throw that on top of it and yeah it was not a good time for me I kind of.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: hit a very low point with my own fitness I gained way and I just could not for the life of me to at four years of college figure it out, I mean I was getting a degree.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: In exercise science, but for some reason, I could not implement it for myself, I felt like a fraud, I felt horrible so.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: It wasn't you know they say hindsight is 2020 it wasn't till after I graduated I realized the real problem was actually my mindset.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Because I wasn't taking care of my mindset, you know it all follows the body, the mind is all connected So if you don't have a healthy mindset it's hard to have a healthy body, and vice versa.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: You know graduated college and I still don't know what I was gonna do with my life so like I did something crazy and I just up and moved to South America and even speak Spanish.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Nothing and I discovered that I had such a passion for helping others like I love doing it so can't live in South America forever right.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: So I moved back and I just threw myself into doing any kind of community work to help others, but I also still love fitness like that's what I grew up that's what I always knew, so I tried, the whole personal training route hated it I know.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I just I felt like I wasn't reaching my full potential, because I have so much knowledge from college from just my life in general.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: That just watching someone workout wasn't enough, you know I had to do more, so that's when I created my company now game changer Academy.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: And I really aimed to focus on helping people that are like me, you know I truly believe that you try to help everybody you'll help nobody.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But if you try to help that one individual that you could have a profound impact on you're going to change their life and that's what I aim to do so that's a little bit about my story, and I hope it resonates with some of y'all.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Thank you john I really appreciate that so with your story we're going to we're going to actually we're going to interview you and we're going to go into your business, and we want to hear about game changer academy and.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: You know how you got here, we met through like a Facebook group for real estate entrepreneurs so i'm going to ask you a question right what is a common myth about your field or expertise so tell us the common this that you hear.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: i'm myth or more of like a Sigma thinking that any kind of online coach is the same as like an influencer and, therefore, how we got a result.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: You know, in our fitness we had to do something else, we had to have gotten like surgery or something like that it can't be that easy there's got to be.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Some little trick that we use to figure out fitness whether it's some special diet, or some special workout but it's really not even that that hard it's like it's pretty simple it's just.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Staying consistent with it, and I would say that's kind of like the little Stigma is just classing us all together in the same boat, because there's definitely a difference between influencers and someone who actually has a company and focuses on.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Training transformations for their clients, thank you.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Great great answer next question we have for you what's The biggest challenge you're facing at your current business, and how are you tackling it.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: hey.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I would say, for any kind of entrepreneur business owner out there i'm sure y'all can relate but building those solid routines because you know there's that saying what got you here won't get you there you know, having.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: That schedule that got you to the level of success that you're currently at and you're like Okay, how do I break through and get to that next level.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Now you got to restructure your schedule you gotta figure out what works for you all over again, and that is a big challenge for me right now just figuring out based upon.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Myself my energy levels because everybody's a little bit different and working around my daily standards working around you know my energy essentially.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Okay, so i'm not sure if you answered already how, how are you tackling that issue.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: um how i'm tackling it is, I will say that I have done a little bit more research into, and this is just something totally.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: off topic probably but finding my kronos tight and that's pretty much.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Finding your body's natural hormone levels because everybody's like on a circadian rhythm and speak, you know their hormone levels go up throughout the day everybody's a little bit different based upon your hormone levels, you can find.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: know what time of the day, you're more mentally awake what time of the day, you're more physically awake like when you should work out when you should tackle creative projects when you should.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Do more like tedious type of work and just trying to restructure my schedule around that and it's been a kind of a trial and error, because you know you can never get it perfect right off the BAT so it's trial and error and that's kind of how i'm tackling get for myself.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Okay, how so.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Could you could you say what that is again.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: What is it called a corona corona type you could like see our oh and Oh, and then type.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: And there's a quiz on it and there's a book brought it to, and that is a really awesome book, by the way, um but by Dr Oh, my goodness, he has a crazier name than me I can't pronounce his last name starts with an s also it's one of those crazy names.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But just.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Google it on the Internet, and you can find it it's usually one of the first thing that pops up it's like take your kronos type quiz and.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: And it'll be very detailed and broken down to people.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: How did you learn about discovering your kronos.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Honestly um so I truly believe that you should always have some sort of coach some sort of mentoring your life and my mindset coach led me on to that because he discovered it and i'm like okay cool.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Nice that's interesting I would love to learn more about that so.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: that's really interesting next.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: question I have for you is what's your product what's your favorite productivity hack for entrepreneurs.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Productivity hack for entrepreneurs um I will say, because you know time is obviously limited that's always like the biggest thing is time doing.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: tasks that like say you have the meal prep or say you're getting your workout in and you're doing Cardio combine that with another task like educating yourself i'm addicted to audio books.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I will literally listen to the same book like five times on repeat until like I feel like it's ingrained in my brain and that was that's another little tip there too, if you listen to audiobooks don't just go through the chapters.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: go through like three chapters, at a time and repeat it three times until it feels like you're watching like a.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: rerun of your favorite TV show so that you're just like Oh, I already know what they're going to say so that it's like going into your subconscious.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But i'll i'll do that whenever i'm like meal prepping whenever I am doing Cardio at the gym any kind of like mindless has cleaning, you know you don't two birds with one stone i'm a daily walks you know that's when I do like respond to emails and messenger just combining the two.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Alright, so I like I love productivity hacks Have you ever.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: I call it the because i'm not the three three now like the three x method right so with.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: All your books and videos you can like bump up to speed, have you ever done that do you do that.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Yes, a little bit, but sometimes they're talking a little too fast slow it down, but I do do that a lot I probably only bump it up to like.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: What is like a fourth or a half above, I can't I don't know how someone is able to listen to it faster, are you someone that can listen to it.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: i'm going to challenge you.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: To try, if you it's the same thing, like working out.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: You want to graduate right, so I always like to suggest people like they start with YouTube and maybe something.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Like educational that's maybe a little bit long where you don't have to absolutely observe the information, so I always suggest like go to YouTube and take it up to speed 1.25 right.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: do that for the next few days, then you do the same thing at 1.5.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: You do that for the next few days, and then you go 2.75 then on and on until you get to two and then from now on it's just gonna be like this is going to sound normal to you.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: yeah times the speed is like going so fast, so I often.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: challenged people like even people that I work with is like look get up to two X, because it saves you so much time and then at one point, like now i'm just greedy of them like to and then.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: For.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: And it's like it's not working so i'm stuck at three x but it saves a lot of time, so that's a cool productivity hack and I want to challenge you to get up there right, you can listen to audiobooks.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: yeah if you listen to audiobooks those things can be long if you just bump it up gradually.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: you'll start to be like Okay, this is practical I can't do this, and a lot of people believe that it's going to take much longer, and that is going to be challenging but if you just diligently apply that you can be up to like two times and less than a week.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Less than a week so like someone like you like listening to audiobooks you can go through one of the audio books and just bump it up.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: And then just continue to you'll be able to to X and it saves you so much time you get so much time back, I have this phrase like oh my God.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: three x is amazing, I see so much time because it does Thank you so much time that's one of my favorite productivity hacks are all time is almost anybody can get up to it if the trial.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: So I just wanted to you know.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: it's so yeah it's so small and that's a great tip, by the way, it's such a small little little thing that someone went think about but.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: it's the small little things that make a huge impact, I feel like the tiny little things that no one really thinks about and that's a really good tip i'm definitely going to try that.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: know you can do it.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: You.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: can do it because I already see how serious you are, I know you can do it next question I have for you, in your opinion, what is the most important personality tree slash strength someone would need to work in your industry and be successful like your field your expertise, I would.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I would say to really down to the core have a passion for helping others.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: know what I do, obviously, is a lucrative business, and you can easily make a good amount of money, but if that is your.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: The goal getting into coaching as I am just doing it to make a bunch of money, you are going to get burnt out and you're going to hate it because it's not.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Everything that you see online you don't see a lot of the hard work that goes into it behind the scenes, so you really do have to have.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: That you know passion for actually making a difference in someone's life and getting over your imposter syndrome, we all, we all get it.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: At some point, shape or form, we think that we're not good enough for not the coach that's good enough for these clients, but you know that.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: They came to you for a reason you are the coach for them and continuing to improve upon yourself, because if you have a passion for helping others you.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: are always wanting to improve upon yourself how can I be a better leader, how could I be a better coach, how can I make a bigger impact in this individual's life, and that is what is going to really drive you and push you every day.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Let me ask you how did you get over your head pastor Center.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: um honestly.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I would say just continuing through my routines even though.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Some days you know I didn't think I just want to lay in bed, and I felt a little bit depressed, but I do hire mentors for myself like I said and the kind of kept me accountable, just like you could hire a coach to keep you accountable.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: They kept me accountable they're like six year routines don't think about it it's like a working out, you know.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Some days you're not going to want to work out you're just unmotivated, but when you take emotion out of it and you just continue going through the motions on some days it's literally like you're going through the motions.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But you know the key factors that are important in your business that you just have to go through the motions with.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Those are the things that add up over time because it's consistency and then you'll start to see.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: i'm actually making a difference and then you start to believe in yourself a little more and a little more, as you continue on because.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: it's kind of like a newbie thing i'd say is you know, most people will get it every now and then like I still get it every now and then.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But now, when I get it it's not the same when I get it in the in the beginning now when I get it, I have to really ground myself, and I do a lot of meditation things like that ground myself and I just.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: You know realize that those are just.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: False beliefs in your head they're limiting beliefs and you're just getting in your own way.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Alright, so you understand.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: I think you understand the importance of having a coach or a mentor or having people objective, there are some people that believe you do not need coaches or they're not necessarily to success and i'm not saying that they're right or wrong, what is your perspective on that.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I would say um you really you don't need it, but you're going to get there 10 times faster you do i'm just thinking about this way all the little hiccups that you go through all those pitfalls that you go through, and you have to really like.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: You know you're stuck down there for a good amount of time you don't know how to get out of whatever situation you're going through.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: If you have a mentor they could completely skip all those because they send you on the right path, so that you avoid.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: All the ups and downs of figuring it out yourself and that's if you even figure it out yourself without failing your business and the process, because we all know, the first year, even to can be the hardest.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But having a mentor is really going to just bypass that and also just accelerate the growth of your business like what you can get accomplished in 10 years you can.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: easily get accomplished in five years and even probably even less, to be honest, depending on the individual and how much work they're willing to put into it, but.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I just honestly think that's the fastest way to get to where you want to be.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Whether that be physically or business wise or spiritually you know there's a coach for literally everything out there, you can have a coach that teaches you how to.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: golf better you know coach that teaches you how to like a mindset coach like I had at some point, and I just love learning and I feel if I could learn that amount in such a shorter amount of time that I can learn more and more and more.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Yes, it does so you're gonna get me, but so from know.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: What is it that again see are.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: All right, so kroto type right I don't know if this has anything to do with kronos type, but the question is at what time of the day, do you get your best work done, does it have anything to do with the clementine.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Yes, it does for.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: me um.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: first thing in the morning that's when I accomplished my bigger projects that stuff because you know you have your big projects and then you have your daily tasks So for me.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: it's my my mind, is just awake in the morning and it's ready to do any kind of creative work any kind of big projects because you know.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: For someone who's like me at around 4pm your brain and just like flow like i'm not i'm not getting any kind of big projects done I can't think i'm just tired, you know.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But also around 2pm is when my my body is awakened between two and four is when I like to get a workout in and around four after that's kind of when I start to unwind down and work on more tasks that don't involve too much mental energy.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Okay awesome so.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: next question I have for you.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: is so I saw like you posted and i've really enjoyed your post, by the way you posted a story about how you used to work in like the nightlife so.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: You can either save this question around that or you can give me a different answer right so.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: The question is what occupation, other than your own, would you like to try.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Okay um well, something I would like to try and I can tell you a little bit about my.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Job like when I was so pretty much I was bartending for like probably eight years I bartered it my way through college, all the way even past college I just I don't know I like the the fast pace environment, I like.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: being challenged every day with something a little bit new something little bit different which is great now because I love it now i'm creating something myself.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But something that I would potentially get into, and I think i'm going to get into this eventually much further down the road is but non nonprofit work and I really want to get the nonprofit work.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: What I want to do exactly i'm not exactly sure yet, but I do know that.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: My need for helping people is going to draw me there, eventually, one day, so.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Okay, I was gonna ask you.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Well, what specifically are nonprofit but you gave the answer already so.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Now.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I can say i'm sorry I didn't mean interrupt.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I can say that it's going to be something in the realms of public speaking because that's something that I really want to get into.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Potentially doing fundraisers towards certain causes where I could host it and speak at the event that's that's as far as I know, that's why i've kind of come to realize so far, but the details haven't panned out completely yet.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Okay, no problem so have you always wanted to work within the health and fitness industry.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: yeah actually I can't say i've ever wanted anything else because, even at certain points in my life to my college career, I changed majors a few times, but each time I changed it.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: It was always around there I first started going for athletic training than.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Physical therapy and I was born pre MED for a while and then I was like well, let me just get a general.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: You know degree behind sports medicine, so that when I do decide what I want to do if I want to go back to college, I could easily do that but it's always been in the same area so i've ever since I was young i've always been sports and fitness so kind of how my mind is wired now.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: awesome awesome next question I have for you is.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: what's one thing about your field of expertise that almost no one agrees with you about.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: wasn't sluggish and tired and just taking forever to get a simple task done so that was a big thing for her I did have a male client.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: If you aren't following me on Facebook follow his journey, because I post about him all the time.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: When you're unhealthy and you wake up in the morning you kind of like take a while to go to bed is sluggish, but when you're you're on it you're feeding your body right you're working out the way you're supposed to.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Getting the sleep getting the recovery you wake up like out of bed like you know, like snow white in the morning, the birds flying you just feel like you're in a movie it feels amazing but.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I just love seeing all has all those little wins when they tell me along their journey like this happened today and I feel awesome I never knew that I could get to this before someone told me like wow I lost weight my feet and I even know that was saying, like like I guess.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: used to doing things their way and i'm going to do this so.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: What I do is extremely structured so there isn't really any kind of wiggle room it's like if you do what's asked of you you're gonna get to where you're going to get to and you just have to do it.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Now, when it comes to workouts and everything like that, I do have an online APP so it kind of makes things easy.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: You know they open up their APP they have their workout for the day i'm like complete this sometime today, you know so they get it done whenever is convenient for them so that kind of works around their schedule, so that.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: We got some flexibility there to make it, you know fit their schedule, however, they want so it's not like i'm telling them, you have to work out at this certain time every single day.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Now, when it comes to the nutrition that's probably like the hardest part for everybody is nutrition, but having someone that holds you accountable every day i'll say definitely.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: helps because you know you got to check we do check ins every single morning, so if they're slacking i'm going to grill them the next morning, and then they don't like that so um.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I wouldn't say it's too difficult actually prefer it just because they work very well structured environments and what I do is extremely structured and they're self motivated.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Oh absolutely I would love to do that, and you know if y'all end up finding me on social media on Facebook it's just my first of my last name.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But I do tons of great resources out there to show you how it works every so often I even hold master classes over certain processes within my my company.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I actually going to be doing another one here, and probably the next 14 days.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: And I haven't done one in a couple months but that one I try to focus more on the nutrition side because that's where everybody kind of like has the hardest time.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: And it's like makes the biggest difference to us 80% so it's like yeah I can work out, but the nutrition like that's the hard part so.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Just know that whenever I do any kind of nutritional master classes are going to be focused around.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: This particular type of lifestyle, you know around things like meal prepping and intermittent fasting and few other little tiny details as well, but things that really fit for that type of individual that because i'm trying to help that person.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: It needs to be a lifestyle and another thing with diets is.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: No matter what it is it's about restriction and i'm very anti restriction to make something sustainable and enjoyable you need to not restrict yourself not tell yourself that there's any particular food that you cannot have.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Because my favorite food is pizza and if someone told me, I can have you ever again i'm like no.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I love pizza um but yeah any kind of diet out there it's all about eliminating carbs or eliminating.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Whatever like your favorite foods, no longer could have pizza over again to be healthy and that's just not true um, obviously, if you have health conditions like you're diabetic or something like that you know there.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: that's different than a diet, when I think of diets I think of these little fad diets out there, and you know certain things like keto know they work for certain people.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But it is hard it's all about sustainability and finding something that you enjoy that you just yourself doing forever, so if there's a diet you're about to join or you're thinking about doing.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: not restrict yourself and maybe you seek help from a professional and not just some downloadable nutrition plan off the Internet that you found because that isn't tailored for you based around your likes dislikes and your body types.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: That you said I was going to X next I was going to X, if you offered consultations.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: um yeah I do so, and I wish I had a good link I just give you right now but um.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I will say i'm a social media page on my bio I have my link in there for free, one on one evaluation with me and I.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Do like i'll dig deep and i'll ask you some serious questions and just be prepared like if you talk to me like I like to dig in deep and.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: And to the problem, so you know I might talk about your childhood and stuff like that, because it's all important to know, because ultimately it comes down to your relationship with food and that's the big thing with the mindset and.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: To find that out you gotta I gotta ask you questions that no one has asked you before, but those are questions that you need to know the answer to So yes, to answer your question, I do do that.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: appreciate that, so I I was so we'll get your link and we'll get the get that posted in the show notes, but I appreciate talking to you today because there's like conflicting information right and i'm not.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Sometimes you hear people say no, you can't like food you're not supposed to do i'm like i've been like a food all this time, why.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: I love food, I really enjoy food.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: My favorite things to do, like to eat certain things.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: I enjoy it right, and I think that, like we talked about like there's a lot of airy fairy stuff out there, but in intent behind food.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: I think it matters and because I like to enjoy my food and because i'm grateful and appreciative of that food, I think you know I don't blow up into some balloon or something like that so.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: yeah it's nice to hear you say that we don't have to restrict ourselves, and we don't have to hate food like it.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: You can enjoy food.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: You know overindulge are times that you know you're stressful you don't have good coping mechanisms something emotional just happened it's other things I don't even have anything to do with food that cause us to.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Look at it negatively, in a sense, so really just realizing that you know food is good, I love food too I love cookies I eat all of that, I love I love pastries cakes all that ate that too, but just knowing that.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: You don't have to eat the entire cake, you know it's not going anywhere.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: You go back to it whenever you want it that's something I tell my clients do like whenever you know.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: you're at a party even and there's a bunch of bad foods just know that the food isn't going anywhere you don't got to stuff your face you always come back to it and.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: it's good enjoy yourself don't restrict yourself don't feel guilty about it either.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Thank you josh I now want to actually some a couple of personal questions right questions about josten so we can get to.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: question, if you could be remembered for one thing, what would it be.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I just want to be remembered for really making such a positive impact in the world, whether that be big or small, through my clients or.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Through what I want to eventually do one day getting into nonprofit but, honestly, if i'm not remembered I still make the impact in the world i'm perfectly fine with that too.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: All right, thanks thanks next if you could go back and give your 18 year old self one piece of advice What would it be.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: to relax Caribbean perfectionist.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: It just be anything everything that I really taught myself mentally that has really helped me now and because.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I was really bad I had body dysmorphia I was even believe I got a point to.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Oh body dysmorphia when you, you know look fine, but you see something else in the mirror like.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Like anorexia could be like looked at almost was like body like extreme body dysmorphia innocence.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Like you know you see these fitness people out there and they're working out crazy and they're like addicted to the gym and they're there seven seven days a week to a point to where it's unhealthy.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: They still see like that skinny person or that overweight person like they're not there yet so it's yeah body dysmorphia so I had a little bit of that.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Because you know, I was a soccer player my life, so I like ABS, and everything I didn't have that anymore, and I just saw like this fat woman looking at me was horrible I hate it myself, so it would really be too.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: No work on loving myself read a lot of self help books, I would tell myself to do that and.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Just to not stress, not to over indulge and eat when i'm stressful to use healthier.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: practices when dealing with stress, because I was in college at the time, taking 18 hours, so I think a lot of it was stress eating as well, so there are healthy practices to do when you're stressed out that don't turn to food, and I was never taught that so I always tend to food.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: overcome that.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Like that mindset like if you if you could give us one thing that really I know it's not one thing is a bunch of little things, but if you could give us like one major thing What would it be.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Oh, you know, a major thing actually now i'm thinking about it is, I completely change the people I hung out with.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: It sounds horrible but I stopped hanging around.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Anybody that I just didn't like want to be like essentially because I hung around a lot of people since I worked in the bar industry a lot that went out to drink and you know they were overweight and they just wanted to party.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: And I was like you know it i'm going to take myself out of that and only hang around entrepreneurs, I want to do nothing but better themselves and it's almost like.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: That energy just sucked me in and I just fed off of it and just made me want to do more and be better and.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: When you hang around people there's like a there's an energy that they give off when you're hanging around people that you aspire to be like.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: it's like when you accomplish these tasks and goals that you've always wanted to do it feels natural doesn't feel forced, so I would say just check changes circle.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Not everybody has to do something as crazy as mine, because I do a pretty long one.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: But it's mostly because I meditate for a long time, but pretty much you know I wake up and if i'm fasting, then I have.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: My I have a special drink that I have first thing in the morning it's a water with apple cider vinegar lemon juice and pink salt, so I drink that first thing in the morning, then I go.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: make my coffee a black coffee and I slept that throughout the morning and then sometimes if I want to work out in the morning that's what I work out I after I have my caffeine.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: With not then I will meditate after my coffee and that could be anywhere from depending on how badly I need to meditate that could be all the way up to an hour and that's what makes my morning routine long and then after I meditate that I do journaling work and that really.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: is important of sometimes I forget to do that, and it makes a huge impact in my week so journaling is super super important and what I do for journaling is I literally it takes me 15 well.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: For one minute and then within that one minute timer I write down my top 10 goals or no as fast as I can, because what happens when you do that.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: You know just list off your top 10 goals, right now, without looking for them written down somewhere.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Then, how are you supposed to just naturally seek the path towards them, so you need to retrain your subconscious, so I do that and then after that I set a five minute timer and I do some declarations like I am I have.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: No help getting rid of limiting beliefs, that I have within myself, and then I do another timer for five minutes, and then I do gratitude.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: And then that helps me become grateful for what I have and it's still like deeper happiness as well with your life, so I do that and then that pretty much wraps up my morning routine Oh, and then I take my dog for a walk.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: We want to get to the closing table right so we're in real estate we call it the closing table when it's time to close the deal.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: So this is the closing table we're going to actually some final questions, then we can like wrap it up so first question I have for you, what are three books that you recommend to the audience and why.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: i'm number one book it's my most favorite book is the happiness advantage by Sean anchor i'm like I said i'm a nerd so I like science and he.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: graduated from Harvard top 1% of his class he pretty much uses positive psychology to.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: will probably be that kronos type that I was talking about that's a good.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: I wish I remembered his name I can't.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: yeah the crotona type just because it's so important to learn that about your body, especially if you are an entrepreneur by any means, because.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: Your energy levels is a great way to improve productivity to, and then the third one would be and i'm date debating between this one.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: It might be another book by Sean anchor actually it's before happiness.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: that one is a really good one and that more about.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: know I do put some thought behind what I say, and my clothes there's a story and there's a message always so you know find something that you really feel resonates with you and share that and, if not just put a comment about what resonated with you and I just love to hear your feedback.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: i'm going to take one of your posts.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: One of your posts and put it in the newsletter how about that and we can put some advertising in there for you.

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Joscilynn Stachowiak: you write a comment i'm going to read it i'm gonna respond to it, you can even talk to me i'm very open like I don't bite i'm not going to try and.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Right, and this is like it's because it's open opportunity for me like so i'm licensed right but I don't want to be the typical realtor I got my license to contribute to be.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Being a real estate investor right, but I also when I was doing that I learned marketing and tech Those are my skills right and getting a license allows me to be in rooms with other licensed professionals and offer them other services so.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Having that license could give you more clientele because you can be in those rooms more and offer those services so just an idea to think about.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Anything no transactions and they still have their license because if for some other opportunities such as investing or networking and meeting certain people so just lose something to give you now a this was a great I think this was our longest one yet, and it was fun.

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Jerome Lewis - Text: 484-324-8680: Thank you Jackson, and this has been amazing and, yes, you are you filled out the form so you're all your social needs will be in the show notes for our guests, so I really appreciate you do you have any final closing thoughts before we close out.

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About the Podcast

The Real Estate Marketing Podcast, REmarketing Podcast
Lead Generation, Marketing, and Tech for Business Owners and Entrepreneurs
You're an entrepreneur who wants to learn more about marketing, tech, and business, but you don't have time to read blog posts or books.

It can be tough to stay up-to-date on the latest marketing, tech, and business trends when you're busy running your own business. You might not have time to read blog posts or books, but you can always fit in a podcast episode.

The Real Estate Marketing Podcast, REmarketing Podcast is perfect for entrepreneurs like you who want to learn more about marketing, tech, and business. Every episode is packed with insights from top experts so you can stay ahead of the curve. Plus, our hosts are entrepreneurs just like you so they understand what you're going through.

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The real estate industry is undergoing a lot of changes. Most real estate agents, real estate investors, and real estate entrepreneurs are struggling to keep up with the most effective trends and marketing tools.

Things are moving too fast. The REmarketing book help you gain a competitive edge by teaching you what you need know to leverage tools like social media, email marketing, lead generation, lead conversion, remarketing, and retargeting strategies to attract new leads on autopilot!

Our strategies are all about implementation and we will help you generate more leads from your marketing than ever before by using proven techniques that work today. You'll learn how to use these tactics yourself or learn how you can delegate to others effectively and efficiently.

Click the link below to get your copy of REmarketing - Real Estate Marketing: Insider’s Secrets of Successful Advertising, Lead Generation, & Marketing Implementation For Real Estate Entrepreneurs:

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- Your Digital Real Estate Strategy Team

At Digital Real Estate Strategy, we offer training and resources to people who are looking to get ahead fast with marketing implementation. Our programs are designed to give real estate professionals the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in today's competitive marketplace. We provide a comprehensive curriculum that covers all aspects of marketing, from strategy and planning to execution and measurement. In addition, our program includes access to a variety of online tools and resources, so participants can get the most out of their learning experience. Plus, we offer a money-back satisfaction guarantee so you can be confident in your investment. If you're ready to take your marketing implementation to the next level, check out any of our varying resources below.

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About your hosts

Jerome Lewis

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Jerome Lewis is the author of the book REmarketing - Insider’s Secrets of Successful Advertising, Lead Generation, & Marketing Implementation For Real Estate Entrepreneurs.
He is also the founder and CMO of Digital Real Estate Strategy, a tech, and marketing agency that helps busy but serious real estate entrepreneurs implement, structure, and systematize their tech, lead generation, marketing, and business systems. Jerome has helped over 5000 real estate entrepreneurs from more than 40 states and 4 countries. Jerome has shared stages with some of the real estate industry’s best national experts including names ranging from Vena Jones-Cox, Krista Mashore, Marc Halpern, and many more.
Jerome is a bold introvert, father, and former IT professional. In 2021, Jerome won eXp University’s Instructor of The Year Award. He is also the host of the Real Estate Marketing & Social Media Mastermind, where he teaches real estate investors and agents tech and marketing implementation.

carlos otero

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Carlos Otero is a highly skilled IT Professional, Real Estate Investor, and Business Investor. He has been employed in the industry for over 6 years, where he specializes in network engineering, systems administration, and support. Carlos’s experience ranges from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies in various industries such as manufacturing, healthcare management services, and real estate development.

He also enjoys investing in Cash-Flowing Real Estate, Real Estate Notes, and Businesses.

Carlos loves to solve problems, whether they are technical or personal. He enjoys working with people who have new ideas because there is always something to be learned from those that think differently than others.

His favorite thing in life is being able to help others achieve their goals and dreams.