Becoming Entrefied with Patrick Hughes

ENT 94: Reprogramming Your Mind for Success - Mondays with Jeff

March 16, 2020 Episode 94
Becoming Entrefied with Patrick Hughes
ENT 94: Reprogramming Your Mind for Success - Mondays with Jeff
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Becoming Entrefied with Patrick Hughes
ENT 94: Reprogramming Your Mind for Success - Mondays with Jeff
Mar 16, 2020 Episode 94
Patrick / Jeff

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Your success is created by adding value to other people’s lives and situations by taking action, challenging possibilities, and making logical choices towards your goals and dreams. 

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Are you ready to be entre Vied? Let's break free of the life we're told to live, create freedom and well, by adding value to others live challenge traditions, challenge authority and get on terrified. Hi, guys. This is Jeff. I'm here with Patrick. Were with entre fied. This is another part. Guess how you know a Patrick. Hey, man, do pretty good. Enjoying some sporadic Nashville Tennessee weather, you know, 21 day, 70 of the next cell. Oh, you know, one of the things I wanted to talk about today was Have you ever heard of Nero programming? You heard about that, Patrick? Well, Nero is to do with your brains. I'm guessing something about rewiring your brain. May. Yeah. I mean, I've read a little bit about different things, but I'm kind of looking at it from a different point of view, Possibly tonight. But I think it's correlates to the same thing that Nero programming means. Ahh to ahh, least a basic level. Maybe, but you know, when you think about doing something, like, for instance, when you think about ah, you know Have you ever heard about the story about the dog? They would ring the bail and when they would feed, feed the dog and the dog would just lock salivate. You know, when he when you get fed because he's like, Oh, I will get paid, don't get fit, you know? And so they would bring this bell every time, right? And so one day, and they figured him after that. So then they took the bail and they would ring the bell, and the dog would still salivate before he ever even seen the food. And there wasn't no food. What has he got programmed to think when that bell went off that hey, he was gonna go to eat? What do you think about that? How many were there? Yeah, there's a phrase for that, and totally in my mind, I did not do too well in psychology in college, But I mean, obviously there's some kind of positive reinforcement and play there. But it's funny you mention that because every morning I get up at five thirties and my alarm goes off a 5 30 because I go to the gym at six and all of my have two dogs and two cats. So 5 30 assumes that alarm goes off my one dog. He starts barking like crazy because to him, that signifies. He gets to go outside and run in the yard right now. I need every time. He does not miss a beat. The other dog he starts his wagon is tell and getting all happy and licking his lips because he knows I give him breakfast at that time and the two cats start yelling and running to the kitchen because they all had that condition programmed in their brain. And it's it's crazy. I mean, we as humans, we do it, too. I mean, think about reaching for your phone. What pocket do you put it in? You probably put it in the same pocket every time. Where's your wallet? You probably put your wallet in the same place and just were program. We program ourselves. Every every animal I know program themselves, and it's kind of weird. Honestly, yeah. You know, I'd like to take a moment just to think about this stop for a minute. But, you know, a lot of people deal with weight issues and eating the wrong foods and things like that. And this concept, I've been kind of thinking about this for a while, you know? And I know I'm not the 1st 1 to come up with this, so I'm not saying I am guys, but have you ever thought about when if you started looking at the things that wasn't you didn't think was necessarily good for you, And you started thinking about him in terms of what they were like. For instance, if you thought OK, that's what kind of a lot of fan and you imagine this, this food. And then you just imagine it making you feel bad, You know what I mean? He imagined it. Just making you feel just really bad. And and it's something that wouldn't be good for you. I wonder if we started doing that, You know, for the things that we wanted to accomplish. Like, I want to eat that, uh, because it's healthy. I think about how good it would make me feel if I keep, you know, eating that over a period of time. I wonder if we could actually program ourselves to undo some certain things, because reason let me make this point. It's like when you go eat a big meet you sometimes certain people and possibly you when we can talk about something that you want to because I know you've done this, but remember, you told me one time. I know I don't need to eat that. It was some good food. Like, I don't need that you had a different association, that in certain people, because sometimes you know, you eat a big meal is like, Oh, that's gonna taste so good, you know? And I remember what we need A meal together as friends, you know, out somewhere. And no, no, no. You know, I need to eat right? And you kind of had this association, I don't know. Might have possibly is somebody might even spend an information. But I remember you saying something like that one time, and it just you know, I don't think we even talked about it. But I noticed that you had a different association, and it's like when you've eaten the food, you like what I need to eat this. It's like realized that certain foods was going to make you better. And I wonder if we change that. I wonder if we started looking at things different and we started associating those bad things or not, You know, just the things that we want limit right now, You know what I mean? If we started looking at him and thinking, you know, that's not gonna make me feel energetic today, You know it, but it tastes great, but it's not gonna make me feel good. I wonder if we started doing that. It didn't make any difference. Um, you know, one big thing I'll say about that is is that totally gorgeous Salmon? I mean, it's really, really good observation. And as faras myself personally, I definitely, uh, try to freak myself out. Um, I don't think I hardly rarely ever drink soft drinks with sugar, because when I look at him, I tell myself I'm like, Man, that is just, you know, syrup water. I tell myself that, and I try to put negative connotations with things that are truly negative. Um, I remember just ah, yesterday I was at the store and I was really craving pizza. That's like my weakness. Food. I love pizza. I don't I just love it. And I saw I saw this this guy, he was getting some pizza and and I was like, man I just don't I just don't know if I need to get that pizza. That's not good for me. And I looked at the box and I was like, Man, I don't really want to end up, you know, eating this pizza and all the calories. And I just really try to negatively tell myself I don't really need this at all. This is really bad for me. And so I I lived in Ah West. I started living in this one city. I lived in Franklin, Tennessee, for a year, and everybody there had brain new cars. They had Porsches, Lamborghinis. I saw all of them all the time, BMWs and and I was thinking to myself, I was like, Man, I need a must A And I don't know where it came from, but it was just like I just wanted to fit in. And I think your environment is a really big really plays big and on this. And so I was looking in my environment. I was like, Well, everybody else has this brand of car that everybody else has Brand new cars, nice cars, nice houses, nice watches, nice clothes. I was like, I need to fit in. I gotta fit in. And there was no my car was paid off, had no payments. It was perfect condition, 150,000 miles. Whatever. No reason in the world to get rid of the car. No reason. The world and I came so close to getting rid of it. And then one day I don't know what happened. I just told my I was reading books, business books and studying and there was guy work and I got in the car with him and he had a brand new Lexus and he said, You buy, you buy appreciating assets, you least depreciating assets. And I was like, Man, it makes a lot of scenes. And I was like, if I But if I buy a car in 2018 or if I bought its 2020 right now about 2020 car in two years, it's gonna lose half of his value, if not more. And I was like, Oh, my gosh, that's that's crazy. And so I told myself I was like, Look at all these negatives. You're gonna have a car payment, you get an insurance, go up, you're gonna you're gonna have all of this, all of all of this just to keep up with the Joneses. And I said, Is that really worth it? And ever since then, that was about 23 years ago. I've never looked back. Still got the same car. I mean, like, 230,000 miles on that car running this strong. And, uh, yeah, I mean, I think negatively psyching yourself out is actually a good strategy. It's a weird one, but it works. You know, he brought up something that right there, where it made me think about something. You know what? It's talking about food. You know, I think it's important to realize you know, those things you need Thio at least start thinking about him. You know, when, uh, how can I change your least realize what you're putting in your mouth, and that's it for a long time, I mean, I which I still do, and I'm trying to get better at that. But, you know, realizing what you're actually eating and this this week I actually went and joined the gym. So I got six more months right at the gym. Me and my buddy went and, uh So this is something you were trying and it was actually it was phenomenal first. And when I seen my other buddy and, uh, you know, uh, you know it, You know, we actually used to work with him, so yeah, you could piece piece together there, But we had really good conversation and, you know, it was just really good. And so I was just thinking about that and the truth. The matter is, when you start doing things like going to the GM that are associating, you start thinking about, okay, how can I start eating better? So it's like it's that moment, Um, thing again. You know, you start getting mo mentum and and then there's these association, you know that you find out, it's like like if you start going to gym, I've been thinking about eating better. Now you've been with Jimmy kind of getting that going with it, and you start thinking about OK, what am I eating? You know, And if you keep progressing and moving forward, and I think that's an action point is making sure that you're associating certain things together. Like if you want to lose weight, you know, start thinking about what you're eating. You go join a gym, possibly You know what? At least go online and do some research. But the more things that you can kind of clump together, that air relied. Sometimes they have the power of helping out the other thing. Like, for instance, he's talking about the cars and seeing all these cars out there, Will you see, your buddy has a brand new Lexus, you know what I mean? And so he's got a car, and then he tell you something about, like that? The depreciation thing, you know? And you're like, it's all kind of associating, you know, And you start thinking about that, That kind of probably change your point of reference. Yes. Wow. You know, that's a good point. And, uh, I'm not saying somebody that can't go out and buy, and you be a core something like that. But, you know, I'll be honest with you most of the time. Uh, I'm probably not gonna buy brand you. I'm just that kind of guy. Uh, I'm probably gonna buy a year or two off. That's just who I am, you know, because to me, getting something like that it gets me from point A to point B. And I wanted to look good, but, you know, I'd rather invest my money and something that's gonna make me money. I mean, right, the day at the end of the day, something like that. You know, I'm not saying you know, any kind of car is bad or anything like that, but most cars and trucks, they're not in the same area that I want to invest in. Let me just put it that way. And, uh, it's not a good investment unless you're flipping, I guess. But I tell you what A lot of those cars, you know, I tell you what I like in your legs. I'm like Alexis Window, you know? But right now, I think it's important to realize the concept, which is sometimes you need tohave money down on things. You know, some people will start looking at the payments some, you know, and I'm not necessarily into that. I'd rather know what the bottom line is, you know, and, uh, that what do you think about that? Are you more of a payment person or you're more of a cash first? Well, you know, I kind of read. Ah, Dave Ramsey. You know, reading him and the total money makeover. Actually, I'm actually re reading the book right now, Uh, and he makes really, really good points in those kinds of books because all right. I mean, honestly, I got to the point of my life where I I like to be a cash person because you go into a car a lot and you tell them you want to buy a car like cash. They're gonna look at you sideways. They don't want to say your car for cash because they're not gonna make any money off you. And I go, Yeah, you know, it's it's kind of like they're not gonna milky like a cow. I mean, all of this gonna happen when you get a loan for something, they're gonna put you at one of those little It's like taking account, put them in one of those little stalls, and there you can sit there and pumped milk out of you. You gotta pump milk out of your team. I mean, they're gonna drain you dry and yeah, I learned that about credit card. I had this 11 time. This credit card. It was like a $500 limit and the minimum payment was 17 bucks, and the the interest of month was 14. I was like, This is nuts. You would never pay that off and I just I personally have become I went. I first started out as a payment guy. And then I realized that cash full is King. It's all about your monthly. It's all about what you're bringing in a monthly. If you're bringing in 3000 month, but you're spending 4000 months, you're not winning. And then time millionaires become zero in Ares. Where that's how these football players go broke is, though that by five Lamborghinis and mansions and their cash flow will be negative is you know nothing and they have no budget, nothing. I think that comes of experience, you know, honestly, I think that really does. I think cash flow is something that you you get overtime, you understand, because and I know I'm kind of getting off topic here, but But once you have understand cash flow, you can let your assets you can let your investments pay for things like a new car, like let's say I have a stock right now that I just you know, I invested 10 grand in it went up 50% and now it's, you know, I got 15 grand and tears to those of your people who are like, 0 50%. That's impossible. Oh, it's It's definitely not impossible. You can do it, but and so taking that unless I got 15. Great. Now. Okay, so I take 5000 of that that I made. I can put that towards a car or I can save it for later purchased. But if my cash flow is positive, let's say I'm making 3000 month and I'm only paying out of thousands. That's $2000 a month. With that point, time is on my side. I can just say that 2000 back every month and then after 12 months, that's what, 24,000 right? I don't know if I can math tonight, um, dollars and and not only that, but you got the whole year to plan out what kind of car you're buying. Read reviews, do in depth research because it's a big purchase. Uh, you know, you're not just going out there and just find something because it's pretty. You don't know Jack squat about it. Ah, and so I'm honestly, I used to do the payments, and now I'm very much against payments. I like cash. Like cash flow. I haven't used a credit card in about a year. Uh, now I don't believe in that anymore. Honestly, that's against my religion. Ah, a boot. And, you know, I believe that strongly, I'm not gonna hide. I think I think a credit credit is bad. You're a debt to your creditors and that, I mean, I know got strong beliefs there, but kind of running out of time. But what do you think about that? Well, you know, I may feel a little bit different about that, because I mean, credit credit cards is how about my occurred it though? I mean, back in 2000. Um, I was lucky enough, which I don't really want to get into my finances. I really don't like to talk about a lot of that stuff, but I will say this Uh, I didn't really know what debt Waas. You know, I had saved ah lot of money before I had the I tried to be on my house, so I had, you know, some money to go toward that. But one of the main things that I did to build my credit because I've never really had a loan, you know, um uh, was I used credit cards, and so when I went to get a loan, you know, I said, Look, I don't even know if I've got any credit and they check my credit and see what you've got. Excellent grades. That's the way. Ls that possible? I've never borrowed any money. You know, I said, I've got a credit card, You know, which I I think I knew at the time that that was, you know, building my credit. So you can use sometimes credit cards to build your credit. And I know a lot of people. Maybe against that. But see, I paid for a long time. I would pay my credit card bill every month. I wouldn't pay no interest. I was proud of that fact. Well, for years I was like that. Yeah, and I agreed, because I mean, I did this. I'd do the same thing. And one big point that in the book is he does. He does say, um, he does talk about that. And I think the statistic is 69% of people have that same mentality going in. But 69% of the people don't pay it off, and you know, they go into that and they're saying I do. But because let's just be honest, that's immense discipline. If you have $10,000 of credit and you're like, I'm just gonna pay my bills off, get the cash back, payoff the bows, you know that that's a lot of discipline. And I think that is something that you have to really have. You really got to be disciplined to do that. Well, I'll tell you what I did it for. I don't know how long. Probably I had to guess. It was probably a decade. I paid zero, uh, interest and everything. Now I probably have now I'm pretty sure because the last little bit I have paid some interest because I've been, you know, wait a few days and I would go play. But it's like I paid $5 worth of interest. So I was like, what? $5 interest? And I was just a few days late, you know? So it's like And, you know, I might have a lot of money on the card at the money at the end of the month, and I will take it off, but you know so but I was really proud of that fact for years and years. Just like every time I had my credit cards. Like you didn't get it down, You didn't get it That it probably hate bank. You didn't get a dime. You know, it's I was really excited about that. And it probably got your picture up as in here somewhere. Like a picture. You don't look like yourself. You know? You know, I built my credit like that. So I remember one of the rent houses that I got was like that was you know, I was excellent person. Uh, the loan officer. Time pushed the agreement over and I said, Well, so you got a new sign of the bottle and I said, I'm you know, which I was older to time. And I was like, You know, I'm gonna read this so well, it's just a standard stuff. And I said, Well, I've never seen one of these and she said What? And I said, I've never signed one of these before And so it was the first time and I don't even remember which one that Waas, in other words, but it was just like, Oh, for me, it was just like a rite of passage. It's so you know, we could get into talking about good dad. Bad that And I know there's different views on that and I have my own philosophy. I will tell you this if you've got cash. In my opinion now, none of this is investment advice because I'm just telling you, in my opinion, okay? And I'm not saying it's right for you because it probably is wrong for you. For me, it's what worked. And what worked was this. I mean, if I had cash, I started out like that. I say up a nest egg to be able to put towards something, it helps you get started. And so once you get that 1st 1 paid off, in my opinion, we let me speak just for my opinion. When I first got at the 1st 1 paid off, the 2nd 1 was a lot easier. And so when you get the second paid off. It's like now you get more and more and more, but it's some point you have to either start. And here's a really key to what a lot of people leaves out. It's all about Okay, well, you can get rich overnight, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah key. I hate that stuff because it's like a lot of the hoopla with no reality, no value. Well, it's no real value because it's just like, you know, just believe what I'm saying with no action steps to get there. So really, and I'm gonna say that for everybody, because I'm sure there's people out there that do give action steps. But I just hear a lot of hoopla a lot of time. But anyway, I digress. So getting to the pool it what happens is is you reach a point where you have to generate income two by something else or use some other. What other form of getting money So like a bank, you know, So you reached that point, you know, and then let's say, for instance, you say, you know what, I wanted to go ahead and I want to use the back. All right, so you get 20% down a house and you go get the alone. And you, you you have 20% down, and it may be different in your area. And you put that down there. OK, so you get you another house. Okay, so you've got a mortgage, you've got so much it goes toward interested so much that goes toward the principal. So that's one way that you can continue all Now, bear in mind that you're gonna party more likely interest and insurance. You know, it's one of the things that you figure out when you get these homes. Every time you buy a new one, you're gonna get toe, have to pay land taxes, some sort of taxes. And you're gonna pay insurance. Because if you don't have that, what happens if you're have schizo know something happens to it. It ain't like you want it to happen. But say you're in ferreting Maur payments than just your principal and interest. But I wanted I want to say one more of the thing, Patrick, because, you know, this is kind of my thing that talk about a lot, and I don't want to just blast, you pick with it. But ah, I want to add bay. I want you to understand that it's not all sunshine and rainbows. There's a lot of hard work that goes into these. So that's the first way you can say something like that. I'm sure there's other ways you can use cash. Okay. You can, over a period of time, slow roll that thing where you get more money, right? You can even flip him. You know, you get in here, okay? You fix one up, you flip it. You pay taxes on that. You take that money that profit and go to the next one and build up like that and keep building. You know, when you ever start to get him paid off, you can use the collateral out of your houses to buy another house. So there's lots of different things that you can do. And I'm sure there's a lot more than that. Uh, but those those were really the basics of what you can do that I have seen your either using the bank using your money, sucking the collateral out of your houses. Uh, first, some form of that. What do you think about that? Patrick and I agree. And now I think about it. I do use a form of collateral, I think I think the two things that are most powerful uh, two edges Sword. It's a two edged sword because if you're over leveraged Ah, like 2008 people were over leveraged. They lost everything. So if you have more leverage than you do cash flow cash, you're gonna lose everything. So if you got more leverage, just not a good it's not a good thing. You don't want me to dead heavy. So And that that kind of bulls down to discipline, I think to really to really go big to really hit that next level, you have to have that discipline in order to handle the debt, too. Income ratio and all that because it's huge. It's a huge point. So my thing is, I love the day trade a lot to invest and actually trade on margin. And it's the same principle, you know, same principle. Basically, you have to have a certain percentage down Thio enabled. In order to get margin, you get margin of 100%. So if I got 10 grand. I get margin and 10 grand. I gotta hold a cash balance of, you know, 10 grand. So that way I can cover if I lose everything and stuff like that. So it's kind of the same with the house basically saying Blueprint, I need a certain amount of cash to be able to hit that margin limit margin in order to borrow. And then that way I can take that new debt and leverage it to my advantage. Because if I'm making 10% with my leveraged debt and I'm paying 5% on interest on that debt of a month, well, I'm making 5% profits. So that liver's debt gives me, ah, 100% more power to create, um, essentially hundreds more profits. I mean, it's just so I think I think dead is very powerful. What you get to that stage once you can control your self in your cash flow, then you move on to the more I would say it's more specialized. More experience area is using leverage because you can really you know, you can lift too much, and next thing you know, you just dropped a car on yourself because you tried to leverage too much at once. So I say, Be very wary of weary of over leverage, using too much leverage, too much debt. Ah, and that'll, that'll really get you in a bind, you know? You know, I think everybody's been there when pulling the life they messed up in some kind of way. May have too much leverage, Too much dead, whatever you like. Oh, crap. Yes, you're probably raining in. I should probably pull it back. But, you know, I I kind of like how we've veered off to this. I really, really like I really love. Talking about this stuff means it's awesome. Yeah, it's definitely something interesting. Ah, enjoy talking about investing in things and I enjoy investing. And I enjoy fixing up things and getting involved in new properties and creating. I really enjoyed creating. And but, you know, there's that time in your life. It's just like now, even. I mean, I feel like that there's there's Maur, probably another area that I wind up getting into. Um, you know, I've been doing this for quite a while now, and I just feel like that there will be something else that I wanted to get into because, I mean, you do get you do kind of get tarred with the same old thing. I do enjoy creating thing. You know, we're taking a taking a property and building it up. There's a lot of work to do, and there's a lot of things you learn. And, uh, there's just there's a plethora of things that you learn over time. And But the thing of it is, if I had an action, you know, for somebody and I'm not giving you any investment advice, I'm talking about just just something that works for May and that is you know, sometimes you just have to get experience. You know, a lot of people will tell you Well, you know, you can read this book. You read that book. I think it's good together, knowledge like that, with so much of what you're gonna learn that you actually need to know, you're gonna learn a lot Maurin experience. And you know, this is the person that waits for the perfect moment, you know, just don't work, you know, I mean, because if you wait for the perfect moment, there is no perfect moment. There's no perfect moment. If you just sit there and wait for that, you watch a little moments, go by and I want to bring this out. And I know I'm running over time. Oh, this is such a big thing. I don't know him. Many times I have seen examples of this. People will tell you all the reasons why you shouldn't do something. I don't know how many people have told me that over time, but you shouldn't in this. I know you shouldn't do this because of this. I could. I'm telling you I could almost write a book of the things that I've heard that people tell me and then they may mean well, but it's like they can't see some of the positive because they're so focused on what's wrong. You know most things that our problems have a solution. And if all you can see is the problem, you'll never be able to focus on all the solutions. It's like this. It's like blinders. You put the blinders own and you can't see around your sides. You know what I mean? And I don't know if this makes any sense or not, but I'm telling you your mind when you get focused on something. Well, that ain't gonna work, because this well, that ain't gonna work because of that. If you just get into that middle mindset of something's not gonna work, it's like your mind says, You know what? There's some negative over there. You see that? You see that negative over there? Oh, there's another one. There's 10 more, and you stop focusing on the solutions to the problems. What do you think about that, Patrick? And that's pretty good, huh? Um, yeah, I think I think really It all boils down to where your mind is. And kind of really thinking about the negative all the time and being like, Well, yeah, you know, they tell me not to do this, So I guess I'm just not gonna do it. Yeah. That leads to failure on your part. You probably could miss out on something. And not only you, but probably other people that could have enjoyed it. Like right now, if you feel moved to create a YouTube channel that shows people hot. Ah, make something make I don't know, paper Cochet or something. I mean, you could feel moved to do that. But then people like, Oh, man, there's already a 1,000,000 other YouTubers out there. That's you right there. That's exactly I shoot you down before it even gets started. And that's not that's not supportive. That's not anything. And I made a solo episode here. Couple back, Ah, couple days back and talked about kids and how kids will have these dreams of like a five year old kid will have a dream him like your dad and I want to be an astronaut when I grow up and you know we don't shoot The kid there were like, Hey, you know what, Jimmy? That's impossible. You need a Harvard degree. You need to go to Princeton. So just be quiet, Jimmy, you know, we don't say that stuff to her. Kids were like, Oh, you know that You know, you can do that. You get yeah, and I think that that that we lose that as we get older, we become Maur like, Oh, you can't do anything because you probably failed in it or something. And so most people are supportive. But I mean, you look at somebody like Elon Musk, you tell your musk a man I want to fall on a rocket ship to Mars. You know what you want? Must would do. He'd be like, All right, let's go start building a rocket ship. And it is people like that you need to be friends with associate with and be around because they not only will support your ideas, they'll help you do. Um, And they're open minded, because if you start talking to some negative Nancy about going to the Mars. So but all you know what? The moon landing was fake. This is fake, were all fake. You can't do that. Rocket ships aren't really Oh, you can't make that. And and they just the most negative people. Or they'll say you're not smart enough, you're not good enough and that they're wrong. You are. You can do anything you set your mind to. And I think that's super important that we we realize that there are people out there who probably didn't take their shot. They didn't take that chance. You know, you were talking about taking that opportunity, and instead of just reading books, were there people out there who just read the books? They didn't take the opportunity. They waited too late. They missed their shot and they didn't put their hand in the fire. And so now they're They're mad. They're salty, they're upset. Now they're trying to spread that negativity in spite and heard of the people with it. And and I think those kinds of people you have to be like, you know, that this is not a good association. I have to get around the guy that's gonna tell me. Yes. You can go to Mars. Yes. You can do this. Yes, you could do that. I think that's really important to do that. And look, guys, just one of those I rode Quick sign up to be a guest on the show goto entre five dot com We love the heavy on here. We'd love to talk to you. There's a form you just fill out though your name if you want to. You whatever. 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