The Steps to Transform Your Life With Lena Kay

The Steps to Transform Your Life With Lena Kay

Posted on August 6, 2020 by

Get ready to be F.I.R.E.D U.P! Today we have Lena Kay, a business coach born in England but made in America. Lena is a transformation coach who will empower you to maximize your potential so you can live life on your own terms.

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Krista Mashore:

Hi everyone. Are you ready to be fired up? I am so excited that we’ve got Lena Kay, and she is a coach, she helps people from around the world, and she’s going to just inspire you and enlighten you and get you to start taking action. Hi, Lena, thank you so much for being on the show. We really appreciate that. So what’s going on? Talk to us, tell us about yourself.

Lena Kay:

Hi, thank you so much for having me. I’m really, really excited to be with you. So tell you about myself, where shall I start? Shall I go backwards or forwards?

Krista Mashore:

Yeah, tell us a little bit about, I know you came from humble beginnings, you’ve been through a lot. We kind of want to hear about that, so people can hear that you’re a human like all of us, we all go through problems and situations.

Lena Kay:

Oh yeah, absolutely, yeah. I mean, I was born in Kurdistan, which is in North Iraq. So we’re a non-Arab tribe, we’re probably, I think, us and Israel, let’s put it in context, you know in the whole Middle East, Israel have issues with other countries, and it’s kind of like with Kurdish people, they’re one of our only allies actually in the Middle East. America, the UN, they protect us from being bullied from all the other countries, and Israel has our back, so we’re ally, so although we’re in the Middle East, we’re a non-Arab tribe. And so we’re in the North Iraq part. So we left because of two wars. Saddam Hussein was bombing the Kurdish people with chemical warfare, and then Iran and Iraq had ongoing war as well, so I was conceived in a war, born during war, and I was raised in London. We ended up in London as refugees.

So I was raised there with my parents, my brother, and then my parents had a third, we’ve got another younger brother as well, so is that three of us, raised in the UK. And as a child it was wonderful, but the minute I got into teenage, those kind of years, I was a bit of rebel, and a lot of the culture clash, because in the West, what is good, is bad in the Middle East. And in the Middle East what is good, is bad in the West. So it was this real culture clash, a lot internal conflict. I didn’t really know myself and there wasn’t internet either to find the solutions that we can find these days, so we can just search things, but I wasn’t brought up in internet time.

So I was just a last soul, you can call me. I dropped out of Uni in my second year. I’d done very well in terms of work, I was always hardworking, I understood that money for me, meant freedom. If I have money, I could have freedom over my life, because in my culture the women, they don’t have my freedom and the whole thing is when you get married you’ll have your freedom. And you can’t date, you can’t have a boyfriend, how are you supposed to get married if you can’t have a boyfriend? Because you can date once you get engaged. That’s what I mean, a real backwards kind of compared to the rest. You know what we’re used to? So for me it was always the minute I got my, in the UK it’s National Insurance number, here it’s like the Social Security number, the minute I got that [inaudible 00:00:03:11], I got my part-time job and I’ve been working since then.

So I dropped out of Uni, because I was working for a gambling company and I was very good at managing. And so they offered me a role and money to leave Uni, which I’d done. Naughty in hindsight, probably better for me to have stayed, but everything happens for a reason. So I was in that company, in a gambling industry, and I was managing 10 gambling stores in my early twenties. Had 10 gambling stores around London, [inaudible 00:03:39] London, all the staff, all the money, the training, customer service, recruitment, all of that was me. And then the company was just very, very, very unprofessional, lack of leadership skills, and I kind of moved on to banking, which I thought well was a corporate company, definitely structured, professional.

I mean, what more professionality? You go from a medium sized business to a corporate company, you definitely see the professional kind of difference. And it was there, it was kind of on the outside, I was in my twenties, everything looked like, “Oh, I work for the bank, I’m making money or whatever,” but really inside, I was very depressed that I ended up, cut a long story short because I know we’ve got limited time together, cut a long story short, in my mid twenties, I ended up with a breakdown. I had a brain tumor, suffered from depression, went through some traumatic abuse through the system, and I had posttraumatic stress. I was medicated up to my eyeballs for the brain tumor, medication, anxiety, I had panic attack, I couldn’t leave my house alone without a chaperone, at one point it was that bad for about a year and a half.

And on top of that, I was medicating myself too, smoking, drinking, drugs, and everything. My life was a hot mess. And I used to pray for death, really in my mid twenties, it sounds crazy, but I didn’t really know, I didn’t have a purpose, I was just lost. And it was in mid twenties when I discovered the personal development. And it was actually a video by a lady called Abraham, Abraham Hicks, Esther Hicks.

Krista Mashore:

I love Esther Hicks, I know exactly who she is.

Lena Kay:

Oh, fantastic.

Krista Mashore:

In fact. Oh, my gosh. It was just the new moon when we missed it the other day. It was just a new moon. We missed it. We didn’t write our check out like we were supposed to.

Lena Kay:

Oh, okay. Okay. Oh, I’m sorry. It’s so happy. You know Esther Hicks is cool. That’s so, so cool. Yeah, so it was actually one of her videos that was the kind of catalyst. It kind of planted the seed that you are responsible for your life. So at that point, my life was a mess, so it was like, “Well, what do you mean I’m responsible for my happiness, for my health? So that means I created my brain tumor. What does this mean?” And it was really this seed that in a way, I really didn’t believe it and I want to do some research, but the seed had been plated that you are the cause of everything good and bad, in your life.

Krista Mashore:

I totally agree. And some people listen and go, “Well, it’s not my fault that my husband had an affair. It’s not my fault that this happened.” But it’s like, “Well, actually, you have to play your own part because you married that person and you must’ve seen signs, or even if you didn’t, I mean, you’re still married him, right?” And I know that’s hard to hear, but we are the only responsible for creating the life that we deserve. And we deserve the best lives, and we need to create it.

Lena Kay:

Absolutely. Absolutely. And it was that kind of turning point in my mid twenties, which was about 11 years ago now. That was the turning point. And it was then through doing research. So then it was researching things to debunk it, but instead of debunking it, I actually found a lot of evidence to support that from different psychologies, different medic… Because at the time, health was really at my forefront of my focus. So for me it was like, “Okay, can I find other people that have cured worse things and same things.” And I could. So it was watching those medical seminars and reading books and journals, and all these different things. And I applied it.

And long story short, slowly, slowly started to see change, and as I was committed to the process thought, “Okay, if it can work for this, maybe it can for this, maybe it can work for attracting love, healing this part of my life, my turbulent relationship. Maybe it can help, because I ended up from corporate banking, to be on the benefit system, living in the homeless hostel.” So getting myself together again psychologically, physically in my health, coming off the medication, coming off the cigarettes, the drugs, everything, and becoming self-reliant, not reliant on substances, people, things to make me… For me to depend on it for me to feel good. And I call it self-mastering, it was just committed to the process.

It wasn’t perfect, it was three steps forward, tumble one step back, five steps forward, 20 steps back. But it was always the fact that whatever has happened to me, if I can trace it back to somehow, I don’t even need to understand it, but somehow I’ve attracted this, and if I can just shift the one degree, I can attract and create something different. So I got off the benefits, I got a job with a sales and business development company, which was a blessing because I was learning the infrastructure of business, so sales, marketing. We trained many different industries on how to put the right structures for sales and growth. So it didn’t matter the industry so much, it was whatever industry, we used the same structures to help them grow. There about a year, and the whole team was made redundant after about a year. And at the time, I already had a few coaching clients.

Krista Mashore:

Let’s talk now about how you made that discovery. So you were down and out, very depressed, not wanting to live, living in the homeless shelter place, having a complete breakdown, and then realizing that you really are the one responsible for attracting and creating the life that you want and your success. So tell me about what that looked like and what steps you did to actually get you from where you were you are now.

Lena Kay:

Okay. So certain things that I still do to this day was just don’t complain. Doing what I call the Seven Day Mind Detox, which is no complaining for seven days. Every time you complain, you start again from day one. So it’s not really you can’t do it for seven days, [inaudible 00:09:26] hence I’ve been doing it for 11 years, okay, because we’re human. But what it does, is it makes you very, very aware. And if you’re complaining and you have a negative mindset, you cannot create a positive life. And it doesn’t mean not identifying things that might not be going wrong, but it’s about identifying the problem, but just don’t stay focused on the problem. So I’m very solution orientated. Of course, I identify lots of problems, I make mistakes all the time. All the time. I lose more times than I win, but because I’m always looking at solutions, I’m always moving forward, forward. So for people on the outside, it looks like, “Whoa, you making fast progress and you look successful.” But it’s that, “Yeah, because I’ve lost so many times.” So it was not complaining, it was-

Krista Mashore:

So it was not complaining and having solution-based thinking. [inaudible 00:10:12]. So solution-based thinking, not complaining. I love that. Okay, good.

Lena Kay:

Yeah, yeah, yeah. I mean, it sounds so basic and people do it in their minds sometimes, but it’s not the same as writing, it was just writing 10 things I appreciate every day. Not that I’m grateful for, because gratitude is almost like there is a bit of resistance, as in you feel like you should be grateful. You should be grateful. So appreciation, you feel like you just appreciate it, you don’t owe anyone anything to be grateful, you just appreciate. So 10 things I appreciate. And I journal, meditate, exercise, and the food.

I can’t explain how much, even with most of my clients are business development clients, and I can’t stress how much I have to go into it for them, their morning routines and nutrition. And I learnt about the chem… Stay away from MSG, stop taking artificial sugars, because how can I come back to my nature, if what I’m feeding myself and my cells is artificial stuff, it’s fake stuff? How can I become real? How do I know what is true? If that makes any sense.

Krista Mashore:

Absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah. So watching what you put into your body. You said something before that and you just kind of… Oh, you said your meditation routine. What is that?

Lena Kay:

I mean, I get bored easily. I have different meditations. Sometimes I like a guided meditation, sometimes I just want a silence meditation. Sometimes I just want to walk, take a walk outside or on the treadmill, and I’m just in silence. And that’s meditation. Just that awareness, just to be present. Anything that can get me very, very present. Qigong, yoga. I love qigong because it’s moving meditation. I love it. Yoga. And just doing these little things every day. So not just watching what I consume, but watching what consume here. So it was TV’s off. Yeah? No news, no newspapers, TV was off. [inaudible 00:11:56].

Krista Mashore:

All the things you’re saying, we teach every morning, show appreciation, show gratitude, right? Spend a few minutes alone, take care of yourself. It’s a part of your morning routine, it’s so important. Be careful what you feed your mind. What are you saying to yourself? Don’t complain. Having solution-based thinking. All of these things, we keep so much and it sounds so cliche, everyone will say, but research and science backs the reason why all of it is so important. It’s not cliche, it really is scientifically proven to work. And sometimes things that are very simple aren’t always easy, and there are very simple things, but they are so simple that we overlook them. Right? So it’s a matter of getting them in your practice every day so that you truly can change your life no matter where you were at. And I agree with everything you’re saying.

Lena Kay:

Absolutely. And again, like what you’re saying, because it’s so simple, all of my clients, it’s not like they don’t know that stuff. So, oh yeah, exercise is good for them. Oh yeah, meditation. Oh, having a morning routine is good. But I always say, “No, don’t tell me you know anything, unless you’re applying it. You don’t know, you’re aware of it. You’re aware of information.” And this is where people get it twisted. They think, oh, because they read a book. What have you applied from that book? Well, you don’t know it, you’ve read it, you might even memorize some of it, but you don’t know it. Knowledge for me, means through experience. You experience, you practice, you’re a practitioner, otherwise you don’t really know that, you’re just aware of some information. I say this with love, but it’s like my overweight family member who is obese, but she knows all the diets. Well, then do one. Don’t tell me about all the different diets that work, prove it. And for me, again, it’s not really about that diet, it’s about lifestyle.

Krista Mashore:

I get it.

Lena Kay:

Love yourself enough to have a lifestyle. But, just for example, like they say, taking money advice from a broke person. They’ve read all the money books, but where’s the cash flow? If you’re broke, but apply it, show us.

Krista Mashore:

Knowledge isn’t power, implementation is power, because you can be a chronic learner or a chronic book reader or a chronic conference goer, but if you don’t apply anything. I mean, some people are addicted to education and learning, but they never actually implement, right? It’s better to read one book a year and actually really apply it and listen to it and live that way, than read 50 and not apply anything.

Lena Kay:

Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. I mean, for me it’s all about action, internal action, what you’re doing for yourself for excellence versus the external actions that you take. Because like you said a lot of people know these things but how many people apply them? The ones that apply them, if you look at anyone that’s largely successful, the one’s that apply them are the ones that move ahead, you know? So it’s like you can’t bypass and cheat the system, this one thing that cannot bypass, there’s no secret to success, there’s no secrete to good health and getting… It’s just eat well, exercise. It’s not, but it sounds so simple, but it’s like, “No, there must be a way I can just lose more weight or could…” Just eat well and exercise.

Krista Mashore:

Yes. Yes. Those crazy pills you see. “I lost 80 pounds in two weeks.” People actually click and buy it, it’s like, “Come on. That doesn’t work. You have actually apply things.” And if you do research on very successful people, the strategies that you’re talking about, that you teach, that I teach, are what all successful people say that they do, and it’s just the simplest things. But because they are so simple, people overlook them, and they think they’re cliche, so they don’t actually practice them and implement them.

Lena Kay:

Absolutely. Absolutely. And for example, for you, I saw what is it? You sold what? 151 houses in a year?

Krista Mashore:

Yeah, my best year we did 169, but yeah, I average over a 100 most of the year.

Lena Kay:

Amazing. Right? And I know for a fact just looking at you, just looking at that, I know it’s not just a factor, I know that it’s the person you are, therefore the things that you do that make you the person that you are, the way you think, your energy levels, I know there has to be something to do with food, that you care about how you eat, you care about how you sleep, you care about quality, you care about excellence. I know that you care about your body, your psychology, I know this based on your results. Does that make sense?

Krista Mashore:

Absolutely. Yeah. Yes, I do. You’re right.

Lena Kay:

Yeah. So people think, “Oh yeah. If they just do that activity,” and this is where you get people, “Oh, I do the cold calling and I go networking events. I do the social media marketing.” It’s like, “Yeah, but what energy are you doing it in? And what psychology? Are you doing it from a poverty consciousness?” Somebody said to me the other day, “I’m doing a 100 cold calls and I’m not getting no one.” And I said, “Okay. Try me. Go into your list, get me a website, tell me what you… Let’s do role play.” And so she told me the website, I went on it, and we’d done the role play and then we reversed it.

And when we reversed it, even though I had just a quick glance over the website, I could say to her, “Hi. I’m calling from…” Just a role play. “I just looked on your website. You guys do this product, don’t you? You’re based in here.” Just taking the 30 seconds, I kept her on the phone longer. If you just call, you don’t care, you just care about your sales. You’re trying to call me, for me to buy from you. So it’s like the place you came from. So once she understood that, all she’s been caring about is numbers and sales, not people and helping. She hasn’t cared about any of the people on her cold calling list, you know? She hasn’t cared at all.

Krista Mashore:

Things. Things will come.

Lena Kay:

Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. So it’s like whatever you putting out there is going to come back in. And whether it’s that desperate energy that sometimes people have, that desperation for change, to grow their business, to find a lover, that energy always bring back something on the same level and it’s never something we’re happy with, you know? So it’s doing that work, aligning, doing the inner work, there’s no getting around that.

Krista Mashore:

Love it. Okay. So those are the main, anything else that helped you get out of that place? Or it’s pretty much… You’ve gone over a lot of it that’s helped you get from such a dark place up to where you are now. And now you’re very successful, you’re coaching people. You left the corporate world and went on your own, and you just had great success in helping individuals, entrepreneurs, really level up their business and live a better life.

Lena Kay:

Yeah. I mean, you got to be committed to the process and to the vision, and being okay with it. Sometimes it can be a very lonely journey, because you’re caring about excellence, the world is programming you to be average. And if you’re average, you’re never going to create your dreams, you know?

Krista Mashore:

Explain what you mean by that. I saw that on your intake form. Explain that more.

Lena Kay:

Yeah. So it’s one of the most… I’d done a TEDx talk and this is the most quoted thing afterwards, was this line that I said that you’re designed to win as a human being, we’re designed to win, but we’re programmed to lose. And so once you get that and you take control over that programming, then once you’re aware of your programming, you can reprogram yourself to win.

Krista Mashore:

Explain what you mean by we’re programmed to lose. And how do you reprogram yourself to win?

Lena Kay:

Well we’re programmed to lose from the food. The food that’s most available, the cheapest, the most accessible and convenient, is the most toxic, it’s not even food, it’s just chemicals. Yeah? The television, when you look at any marketing, [inaudible 00:19:21] marketing book or whatever, they’ll talk about the re-sharable, it’s stuff the goes viral, that’s re-sharable, the stuff that the news uses is a lot of fear based. They’ve understood that if something scares and it’s fear based, it gets more shares and more views, and so they keep doing that. If they show, “Oh, this puppy was rescued,” and, “Wow, there’s a new cure for this.” It doesn’t get many shares. Yeah? So for them, for the ratings, so it’s always programming you to fear. If you just look the emotional state of any soap operas, of the news, the chronic, the most popular music, it is such a low level, such a ridiculously low level of conscientiousness. Some of the most popular music and TV shows, all it is, and you’ll see it, is sex, drugs, money. And it’s like, “This is what the world, the majority, is programed with, and you want to-“

Krista Mashore:

Well, that’s what happens when you only feed your mind with that. It’s negativity even when… I don’t even like watching the news. In fact, everyone was making fun of me because I was really… “Oh, I didn’t know about that new virus, whatever it’s called.” And I’m like, “I don’t like to listen to the news, because I don’t like to be around that negative stuff.” I mean, of course I do, once in a while, but I try to infuse my brain with positivity, because I know it’s a struggle, right? So the worse [crosstalk 00:20:41].

Lena Kay:

Absolutely. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. I don’t even watch the news. I don’t watch the… We don’t have TV in the home, we don’t buy newspapers. I’ll get headlines and stuff from… I follow some independent journalists online and they’re very neutral. They’re not pro-Trump or anti-Trump, they’re in the middle. They’ll say good things, bad things, about every side, and I get a very balanced view. But those independent journalists, that have been in the game for a long time, they will never be hired by the mainstream channels, because the mainstream channels have their agenda. So you cannot be programmed by these people. If you’re taking a side, you’re not seeing the truth. Simple. I don’t care. Left or right, if you take a side, you’re not seeing the truth. If you’re in the middle, you’ll see the truth. You can choose, let’s say the elections, for example, take back a side and then choose, but not if you’re just one side, you’ll never see the truth, and this is the problem. You know programming.

Krista Mashore:

Yeah, I get it. We are being programmed because of our environment. And even sometimes people are programmed because of their home environments, right? Some people were programmed to hear things like, money doesn’t comes easily and frequently. You know all these things, like money is bad. A lot of research shows that when you take somebody of… When they were growing up in poverty, that’s all they see is poverty, so that’s all they believe they can do until their mind really switches. So that is part of programming too, is our environment that we’ve gotten brought up in, so we have to learn to really reprogram our brains. How do you suggest people go about reprogramming their brains?

Lena Kay:

Well, first of all, you’ve got to be aware. So it was paying attention to, like you said, first of all your environment. So removing yourself from negative people. You can love people, it doesn’t mean you need to be around them all the time. You should be so busy on your purpose and your goals that you don’t have time to just hang around, even if you see your family it’s structured, once a week or once a month, or whenever your relationship is with people, it has to be so structured, valuing your time, and more importantly this, and then becoming aware. So becoming aware of what’s the most important things. So money impacts everybody in their life, whether it’s through the company they work for or the business that they own. What is your first memory of money? What’s your first programming that you’re conscious of about money? How do you feel about money? How do you feel about people that have a lot of money? How do you feel about [inaudible 00:23:00]?

How do you feel about it? If it’s negative, you know you got some negative program going on there, because money is actually neutral. There’s more money than people in the world. So money is not the problem, lack of ideas is a problem. And people are programmed to have a lack of ideas and to be average. And so the first thing is awareness. Whether it’s, again, with your physical body, people have these negative belief about what their body could be. They believe other people can transform their bodies, they don’t believe they can, so therefore their transformation is slower. Finding love. People think, “Oh yeah, well it’s easy for them to find, it’s hard for me to find love.” And so then it becomes harder. So this is programming because life responds to our beliefs, right? And so first of all, be aware of what it is you’ve actually been programmed with. The limitations, anything that you feel limited by.

It’s not the world that’s limiting it, it’s you, it’s your programming. So awareness. And then what do you want? So if you think of what you want and it’s completed state, what beliefs will serve you, what beliefs must you have in order to achieve that? What beliefs will serve you and propel you to get there? And sometimes you can adopt other people’s beliefs. If you listen to some people that are really successful, they always have this kind of, they’re always very optimistic about business ventures and about things, you can adopt that from people and you can adopt beliefs. And one thing I love about Abraham Hicks, one thing I learned from her is she said, “Beliefs are just thoughts you keep thinking.” And I thought, “Hmm, that’s interesting. So that means if I keep thinking these new thoughts, they’ll become beliefs.” And they have. The beliefs I have now, I didn’t have them before. And actually, every time I try and move my business to the next level, let’s say I’ve reached a plateau, I’m like “Right. Okay. I want to take my business to the next level.” I have to reexamine my money psychology.

I have to reexamine what I think about business and make sure it’s in alignment. Does anything need tweaking? Have I dropped down to any poverty conscious level? Because I’ve been brought up with a lot of that, with a lot of lack. So it’s automatic for me to go back to there. I have to, no, no, consciously just be aware of my psychology. And sometimes you can be aware from what people say around you, you can just identify family and friends or coworkers or neighbors when they have it, if you’re aware, not judging them, but just be aware of what comes out of people’s mouth. It’s a lot of fear, negativity, limitations. So then by default, they are limiting their human potential, you know?

Krista Mashore:

And then you want to stay away from those people. Yeah, I’m reading a book right now, The Magic of Thinking Big, and it talks about how should look at people. And I’ve actually read it already, I’m on it for the second time. But he says follow people who that are really, really successful. And people that you know that are more successful, you can look at the qualities that they have, the behaviors they have, how they hold themselves, and then really compare yourself to that and go, “Okay, how can I improve on the good qualities they have?” And he says to do the same thing for people that are negative in that nothing ever goes their way, and I’m not successful, and life sucks for them, right?

And really look how they go about what they think, what they say, what they do, how they show up, and compare the two. And if you look at really successful people, number one, they have the belief system that what they’re doing is going to work, they’re more positive, they’re more optimistic, they’re more enthusiastic. They say positive words, not negative words. Speaking of that, there was a study that was done by Twitter. And Twitter could actually predict areas that had [inaudible 00:26:23], it’s like a heart disease, based upon the words that were used, they could predict that areas had more heart disease, than areas that had good words that were used, right? So even more so than diet, what you drink, exercise.

They could predict who would have more of this heart disease, more so than anything else, was by the words that they used. Because what you say, is what you think, what you think, is your beliefs, what you believe helps with how you act and what you and what you say. What you do is actually your life, right? So it’s what you think, is actually how you act, which then is your life, right? Your outcome. Input equals output, so it’s so important. And again, people think it sounds so cliche, but it’s not a surprise where there’s 100’s of books from scientists and doctors, that scientifically prove that what we say, how we think, our thoughts control everything, our thoughts, what you think, our visualization, can mean more and produce more mental activity, than when you actually do it. We can go on and on about this, so it absolutely works. Okay. So we’re coming down to our ending here. And, Lena, it’s been great. So I always ask everybody, if they could give one piece of advice to help people really succeed in business and in life, what would that be?

Lena Kay:

It would be to have a very clear vision of what you want to create. First of all, make sure it’s something that the goal is your goal, not other people’s, not your idea of success from other people. It’s from your heart, it’s rate 10 out of 10 from your heart, the vision. And then every single day, work towards that, psychologically be very aware of that, work towards that, work on your psychology, your emotional intelligence, your physiology. Every single day, work towards that. And don’t depend on motivation. I don’t like people ever to refer to, “Oh, you motivate me, your videos.” No, no, no. Motivation is not our friend. Okay. If we feel motivated, that’s great, but it’s not reliable. It comes and goes. Waves hi and waves bye. So structures, reverse engineering the end result. Reverse engineering, that’s what structures you need, what habits you need, what kind of lifestyle?

And if you just commit to excellence in everything that happens, whether it is, like you said, at this time of this recording, the coronavirus, how to act, how to behave and bring excellence into it? With your lovers, bring excellence into it. With the business that you own or the company that you work for, always excellence in everything. Day-by-day, your mindset, is it a mindset of excellence? Your habits, how you eat, how you live, how you talk to people, how you talk to yourself. The actions you are taking in your business, on social media, is it excellent or is it average? And this, just committing to excellence, means day-by-day, you can tangibly progress, emotionally, psychologically, financially, in any area if you commit to the external and the internal actions.

Krista Mashore:

I love that. And set feelings aside. I love what you said about motivation, because you’re not always motivated, you’re not motivated at four in the morning to get up out of bed, right? You’re motivated to sleep and cuddle and to stay warm, especially when it’s raining. Sometimes you have to take the motivation, the feeling, aside and just stick with the habits and the commitments and the vision as to where you want to go. Lena, thank you so much. So if people want to learn more about you, how can they find more about you?

Lena Kay:

Thank you so much. They can go to lenakay.com or any of your favorite, like wherever you are on social media, what your favorite social media site is, just it’s the same handle and everything, it’s @iamlenakay. Yeah, you will be able to find me on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, wherever you are, I’ll be there, so @iamlenakay.

Krista Mashore:

I love it. Everyone, so I hope you’re as fired up as I am. Lena, this was great. And remember, this is wonderful that you’re learning, it’s wonderful that you’re here, and I appreciate so much that you spent this a little bit of your day with me. You know, I appreciate that, but if you don’t actually implement, and actually learn something and do, nothing is going to change. So implementation is much more important than actually learning. Make a great day, everyone. Thank you so much for-

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