Act 2: You're On!

Tap into Your Brilliances with Kate Beeders!

March 24, 2022 Kate, Rhonda & Linda Season 1 Episode 37
Act 2: You're On!
Tap into Your Brilliances with Kate Beeders!
Show Notes Transcript

Did you know that your brilliance is not necessarily stuff you're good at? It’s actually the stuff that just lights you - the stuff that lives in those moments when you are living in that brave space of “What would you do if you knew you could never fail.” Well, Kate Beeders is going to help you learn to work out of that space. And, if you feel you cannot access your brilliance, she’s going to help you figure out what limiting belief is holding you back. In our conversation, Kate explains why we don't want to stay in the stories we’ve been telling ourselves, because our subconscious mind thinks that story is protecting us, our subconscious mind is there to keep us safe. Tune in to hear Kate explain how it really doesn't understand what really keeping us safe means. Learn to take control, rewrite the story you have been telling yourself.

Kate Beeders is the Breakthrough Success Coach, helping entrepreneurs and corporate professionals tape into their Zone of Brilliance to accelerate their success. Over the last nine years, Kate has been helping thousands of people move from stuck to successful with her Success Acceleration System. A sought after speaker across North America and a member of the Top International Speaker’s Bureau. She has also authored two best-selling books: The Winning Way and also Go or Don’t Go: The Complete Guide to Accelerating Your Success and Tap into Your Brilliance.

Highlights include:

“One thing I've always learned is that every time you reinvent yourself, it doesn't mean what you did in the past was a mistake. You take the good stuff with you. And also you learn from it.”

“If you're here, you are one of the Knowers. You already recognize that conventional wisdom isn't cutting it. And that's because most of what's taught in professional and personal development is based on transforming the conscious: "think positively," they say -  "change your thoughts," they say - as though it's as easy as changing your clothes. Right. But true success, lasting success requires a much deeper recalibration, a subconscious rewiring of your mind that taps into the depths of your innate zone of brilliance. When you do that work - when you step into the mindset of a leader, you unlock a series of breakthroughs that culminate in a new level of income and impact.”

“The most results-oriented way of helping somebody shift out of an old mindset, an old story, is to shift the behavior, because we do things either out of love or out of fear. And our subconscious mind holds all our old stories, our fears, our doubts, our worries are old stories. So things that could have happened to us when we were four years old...however, many years later, we're still holding on to that story.”
You can find out more about Kate at:
https://katebeeders.com/

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Linda:

Greetings friends. I am Linda Tighe, and I have the great pleasure of podcasting today with my two amazing A2YO co hosts

Rhonda:

Rhonda Garvin Conway

Kate:

and I'm Kate Leavey and we are also joined behind the scenes by our talented producer Cathy Carswell

Linda:

And I am so thrilled to talk with Kate Beeders today, I happen to have been to a few of her really amazing weekend workshops, which are just packed full of incredible information and an incredible experience. And I have to say that Kate is extremely generous with what she gives to you. She's a breakthrough success expert, best-selling author and speaker has helped Thousands go from stuck to successful with her proprietary system of mindset and strategy. She is an marketing professional and started her career as a senior flight attendant, which is the ultimate education in customer experience and managing the expected voice. I can imagine that we were hearing more and more stories about that these days. But, I want to say to our listeners, if you're thinking about - or you're in the process of launching your next great act, which I know our listeners are, you have chosen the right conversation to listen to and as we like to say here on A2YO, one conversation can change your life. And I and I have to read this from your website, Kate because I was so struck by it. If you're here, you are one of the Knowers. You already recognize that conventional wisdom isn't cutting it. And that's because most of what's taught in professional and personal development is based on transforming the conscious: "think positively," they say - "change your thoughts," they say - as though it's as easy as changing your clothes. Right. But true success, lasting success requires a much deeper recalibration, a subconscious rewiring of your mind that taps into the depths of your innate zone of brilliance. When you do that work - when you step into the mindset of a leader, you unlock a series of breakthroughs culminate in a new level of income and impact. And that is really Kate beaters genius. Thank you, Kate, for being here with us today. We're really thrilled to be able to talk with you.

Kate Beeders:

Oh, thank you. I'm so excited. I just love sharing this information. I've got three of you to share it with so and however many people listen, I'm very excited. And thank you to you three and to Cathy, the genius behind.

Linda:

Thank you. And so Kate, you want to tell us a little bit about your your journey, your path to getting to the flight attendant, because we're talking about transitions here right and reinventions. Like, how does a flight attendant decide to be ... how did you know that you could do this? Like why, you know, what made you believe you could do it and then be so successful at it.

Kate Beeders:

So, so things are definitely different than they were previous generations. My, my dad was a dentist, he wanted to be a dentist since he was like, I don't know, 9 - 10 years old, he just loved his dentist. He is one of the stories like he put himself through dental school -walk to school 10 miles a day, you know, that whole thin. Was a fantastic fabulous dentist. Unfortunately, he passed away a few years ago. He went to Tufts, you know, which is like the top dental school. And he was a dentist till the day he retired things are not that way. And I think with the beauty of for all of us, and especially we're seeing even now with a pandemic is that we can reinvent ourselves. Out of college, I became a senior flight attendant. And the reason for that is I loved marketing. I loved you know, what makes people do different things and all that. And I happened to connect with a fellow who was a VP at one of the top airlines. And he said if you want to be in marketing, you got to learn ground up. He said either be an agent or be a flight attendant said I don't want to be an agent. So I became a flight attendant at that time, it was one out of every 800 applicants they accepted, which is at that time was harder to be a flight attendant to get into Harvard, you know, MBA program. And the beauty of that that career. While I was doing it for a while, honestly, I thought I would do it forever. Because I loved it the travel, the benefits, the pay was as much as any of my friends were making as, you know, my counterparts in their marketing jobs, and then the airline start having problems and I ended up leaving. One thing I've always learned is that every time you reinvent yourself, it doesn't mean what you did in the past was a mistake. You take the good stuff with you. And also you learn from it. I went to work for a retail chain and I started kind of a low-level position, because it was a new type of thing. And this is for the fellow who created off-price retail. He's got a big wing donate that he donated at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. Last name is Reisman in case anyone's ever seen it Reisman, and he's one who basically created e retail and I went in kind of this l thing. I took a pay cut to go do it. The man was a genius. I learned so much from him and, ultimately, in a really short time I became a regional manager for his chain and again, I learned so much I learned about opening stores, closing stores, hiring people letting go people, all sorts of things I learned about about buying merchandise and how to price merchandise, which, Linda, you alluded to my events, you know, how often do I talk to my clients about, you know, charging what they're worth? Well, I learned that, you know, years ago about you get this shirt, what do you sell it for? What's the price that it's gonna fly off the rack. And it's kind of the same thing you know, when I learned about what's a commodity, what's not a commodity. So all these things I've taken with me and then, most recently, before I started my business, I was a Business Development Executive. I built a really solid book of business learned how to overcome objections, sales conversations, how to get repeat business, again, all the things I would be teaching entrepreneurs that they need to do, because I had to learn from ground up. And then when the economy tanked, my company merged and it was acquired. And I ended up looking for other jobs, you know, similar type things. And, you know, sometimes you just kind of say, like, I just don't do this anymore. And I ended up kind of quite accidentally starting my own business, I learned about this really cool mindset technique called EFT, Emotional Freedom Techniques, tapping, and at that time, like nobody in Massachusetts knew what it was. I mean, when I talked about they thought it was like a freak. You know, but on the West Coast, everybody was doing it. I learned about it between that and then my business background of strategy, I started learning more and more about about mindset about different types of mindset. Besides tapping. I also learned about neuroscience, which I now pull into my work. I've been on teleseminars with you know, half a million people listening to me radio shows I had a radio show with people like Jack Canfield en and Neale Donald Walsch, and all the big thought leaders, and just because I just kind of stepped into it, but everything I've done previously helped lead me to, to that. So basically, what I'm telling you in the long answer is, I don't close the door, I don't sit there and say, like gets done. It's like, oh, what can I do? What goodies Can I take with that, and bring it into this thing, and so on, and so on. I think that's why people like working with me so much, it just because I have both sides. I'm not just total strategy, because a lot of strategy, honestly, you can look up on the internet, and you know, Google it, or read a book or whatever. There's a reason people don't succeed. And mindset is 90 or 95% of your success, I'm able to give people really good strategy for where they're at and where they want to go and help them with a mindset. That's when things blow up for them in a really good way.

Linda:

Many of us - and I know I have been one of those people recently, you learn those things, but you keep going around in circles, and you're like, what is it? Why can I not get to that next level. And that is why I connected with Kate, because I felt that that was what was happening in my life. And the tapping, the tapping is really powerful. And you're really good at it. Or I remember you saying that it's really important to be careful about who you go to for tapping, because - talk a little bit about

Kate Beeders:

Sure. And let me just kind of explain for anybody who doesn't know without tapping is kind of what it is. So the way I learned about it is I was on vacation in the Caribbean, how we go on vacations to new places to try new things. And I came out of this meditation class and instructor had this beautiful voice - Caribbean man, just gorgeous. Like you could just listen to him forever. I was complimenting him on the meditation. I said, "Geez, only I could stop eating ice cream." And he's like, "What are you talking about?" I said, "Well, I live in Boston." And I was kind of being sarcastic. I said, "You know in Boston - we can get ice cream on every street corner, right? We used to be able to before pandemic and plus we're open for ice cream year round." It isn't like he said, I've just learned this technique. He said, "Can I try it on you?" Like Sure, whatever, right? We're sitting out in the grass and you know, the oceans nearby? And I'm like, whatever, right? Because again, on vacation, I don't care if he does this technique on me. I had no idea - what it was called - but I had as much interested in eating ice cream - when he got through with me - as I did in eating my cell phone. You know, I said, Okay, this was really cool. I'll see you later you want to go to the beach, and really didn't give it a lot of significance. Now this was about 12. I started my business about 12 years ago. And at that time, Skype was really really lousy. And this is before zooms. Everyone knows Skype was lousy. Skype used to constantly cut out it was staticky. It was echoey not great. We connected through Skype. Anyways, the company that I was working for had just recently been acquired. And my boss had called me up and he said, Look, he said all these things I promised you because when I'll be acquired, I can't do and of course I was really I was angry, you know, because that's why I went to work for him is like we're gonna do all these things. And they were like deal breakers and now they're not happening. So he said come into the office tomorrow let's meet and we'll talk about this I reached out to this guy on Skype and I said look, I don't know what this techniques called and no clue how it works. What makes it work, but can you just help me because I have to leave my boss tomorrow and I'm so angry at him angry at the company and the lied to and all sorts of stuff. And so cuz you all the negative emotions that we all feel when someone breaks their word. And I was just being really open how I felt. And he said, sure we did the technique and like I said, we kept getting disconnected we'd have to call each other back. It was staticky. It was it was just not so great. However, that being said, when we got through with my session on my anger against my boss dissipated, and I just felt really calm. So, I met with my boss the next day. When you're calmer you talk slower. You listen more. Your words are different. I met with my boss. I was calm and because I was calm - everything is energy. So we bounce off each other. So because I was calm, he was calm. If I had gone in like you never you promised me that he would have come back at me like that probably, and instead - we're both being calm. And he's like, Kate, we're gonna lose you, what can we do? So I'm like, well, give me more vacation time, give me more money, you know. So it's just like, he is throwing things that me and then we ended up leaving the conversation. And we both were really happy. He was happy, I didn't quit. And I was happy, I think. So it was all good. This fellow helped me a few more times over the next couple months. And finally I said, Okay, I just need to learn this technique. And so I flew out to the West Coast and 3000 miles away for several really serious trainings. Very, very deep training spent. And the reason I like it, because Linda mentioned earlier about the subconscious mind, is that this goes right to your subconscious mind. We all can know things we all can know. Like, you know, like, let's take the diet industry, right. It's a multi billion dollar industry. Most people know what they need to do to lose weight. Why don't they lose weight? That is just one example. Saving money. I mean, I'm into decluttering. I've gotten into the last few years ago, most people know they shouldn't be buying a ton of stuff. Why do people do I mean, we logically we know all this stuff, but why do we keep sabotaging ourselves, right? So the tapping I have found is the most gentle. And because I am so results oriented, the most results oriented way of helping somebody shift out of an old mindset, an old story they're doing and to sort of can shift the behavior, because we do things either out of love or out of fear. And our subconscious mind holds all our old stories, our fears, our doubts, our worries are old stories. So things that could have happened to us when we were four years old. And now 10 - 20- 30 - 40 - 50- 60 - 70...however, many years later, we're still holding on that on to that story. And the other thing with the subconscious mind is that the subconscious will There's so much I can tell you, we can talk for hours about the subconscious mind. But the subconscious mind doesn't. This is really important for people to understand. So our subconscious mind doesn't know the difference between real and fantasy. So you that's why you can go to a movie and you those really scary movies, you jump out of your seat, you look your your cover your eyes, I don't want to look, we all know it's fake, right? Don't you know, it's like blood, they, they go in, and they're actors. And they'll get up at the end when someone says, you know, okay, that's a wrap or whatever. We all know that. But our subconscious mind doesn't know what our subconscious mind thinks it's really happening. So the same thing, whenever we go into a situation that triggers something from our from our previous life, you know, when we're younger, our subconscious mind believes it's happening right now. So tapping is able to help you the way at least the way I use it, help you separate what's really happening, what's really the truth for you right now, and what happened to you 10 -20 - 30- 40, or even a week ago, to let go of that story and move that way. So tapping, the way tapping actually works is you're literally tapping with a couple fingers, upper body face, there are certain specific points that I guide people through, you say certain phrases, the phrases come to me partly because I'm so highly educated this technique and also my intuition, and also my experience, I believe it's very, very gentlemen, I want someone to be able to leave at the end of tapping, and we can feel at a new level feel better. It's not meant to throw you in a deep end, you know how they used to do different types of therapies. Like if someone had a fear of water, and they make you jump into the deep end. This is not how it's supposed to be sweet, very gentle. And I've just seen amazing transformations that have happened to people that people have told me they've had as a result of my work. And I just love doing it. I just think it's so cool. Because I used to be one of those people that said, if I'm so smart, how can I keep doing this over and over again, you know, whatever the thing was. And then when once I learned about the subconscious mind, it was like now I get it. And then the the key to your power is learning to understand your subconscious mind.

Kate:

It's so helpful to us and to our listeners to hear that because there's so much life that pulls us out of our subconscious. It takes us outward as we're as opposed to inward. And I think tapping, which I've experienced, is just another tool that folks need to know about because we are so overstimulated and just anything we can learn about that will help - allow us to, to heal and to be more present is a great guide. I'm curious if you can talk a little bit about your coaching and not only how you came to tapping but also coaching and how that got into your blood and what led you there.

Kate Beeders:

Yeah, it was actually kind of accidentally, because I didn't initially plan on being a coach; it just kind of happened that I started learning about tapping, and I started getting clients and people were asking me, how are you getting clients? And I was telling them, and I realized: Oh, I'm using the same things I did for business development. And then I said, gee, maybe I should do a business with this insert, start charging. So it was really quite accidental. But like I was saying earlier, Kate, you know, because I have that - the work background. If I was just tapping my clients would not have the same results is because I understand both sides of it. So, for example, I had a client this is like one of my favorite examples. And Linda you might have heard before that she had business about five years old, and she was doing really well. But now her family is gonna be expecting twins, which meant their expenses were going to be at least doubling and she was charging very little money. And so I helped her kind of put together a new type of offering for her clients that was significantly different than what she had been offering. At first. She was like, okay, you know, because everything sounded good, you know, that was the mindset was the strategy part of it, like what she needs to actually offer, you know, for her sales, but they weren't popped up for her or what I call her limiting beliefs that no one in my industry would ever do that. So that's kind of what popped up for her first. So then we did tapping to kind of help her work out that really doesn't matter what anyone else in the industry is doing. And plus, how does she know that everyone in the industry is doing that. So when she became aligned with that, then she felt more comfortable with Okay, now I'm okay to proceed with this. And, you know, put it on my website and things like that. But then all of a sudden, she got the deer in the headlight looks, which just happens to everybody. And she said that my clients will get mad at me. And so this is this is what's called a core belief of how we view ourselves. And core beliefs are so powerful, because people have this, this need, it comes from childhood of wanting to be loved and accepted. So one of the things especially for women that I know, that sounds so stereotypical, but it just and I can't speak for how kids are being brought up today, but I'm just talking about for people now who are out in their 20s 30s 40s, etc, etc. Women were really encouraged to be needed and appreciated and loved. So women will make decisions in their business about what will people still like me, when they quit, they get mad at me, we didn't do a second, you know, a second level of tapping to help her say, It's okay that she can work through this replace a confidence that people who really do like her will continue to work with her. And those that don't - don't but she will attract all new people who do love her. And you know, and she did my coaching to answer your question, Kate, I kind of combined both strategy and mindset. It's like, Where does the person want to go? And what's the strategy it needs to happen? Okay, so what are the blocks holding you back? And that's we do the tapping, because I can give them action steps, like inevitably, the blocks are going to show up. So that's why you know, having that it's all about preventive care. So what can we do to stop this stuff from holding you back? Because it will people go ahead and they'll want to charge more money? And then the first person who says, Oh, that's too much. They're like, See, I never should charge that. So how do we work through all that, and sort of making it that person's story?

Rhonda:

I think that's incredibly valuable to hear, especially with our audience, there are many people out there are who are toying with the idea of doing their next great thing, and perhaps that's honing in on their creative work, or that's doing a passion project, or it's starting a business and being an entrepreneur, and they walk into the experience with these beliefs. So many are often connected to the amount of money we make and how we charge and our values and thinking around money. If folks out there right now are tuned into this conversation, can you give us a quick bit of advice or consultation coaching around that, that extends in a little bit of a different way than you would employ with the tapping? What kinds of things might you encourage people to do to coach themselves around those limiting beliefs, if they encounter them, around how to charge what they're worth, and do this great thing and it has value to the public?

Kate Beeders:

A couple things to think about? What would you do if you knew you would not fail? And I think if anything else, the pandemic has really taught us that this is this is the chance get out and do it because truthfully, nobody's gonna judge you. It's the pandemic, so if it doesn't work, it doesn't work, right. It's just blame it on the day, it's okay say Damn, I hope Cathy doesn't like x me out. You just blame it on the band. And so it's a it's a perfect time to do it. And the other thing too, you know, part of my big teaching is always about getting people to show up in their their zone of brilliance, and your brilliance. I just want to so kinda want to bring this to people's attention. Your brilliance is not necessarily stuff you're good at. But the stuff that just lights you up that when you say something, you kind of like - geez, I wish somebody had recorded that or written that down or something because it just flows right through. Everything just feels right. And you just know you're unstoppable. I think that that's what some people have to really be thinking about. Because things are different. I think for those of us who have been entrepreneurs for a while, I think we've already been kind of thinking about that, for people who are now considering it, it probably was not a question that you gave yourself a lot gave a lot of thought to. So I would really ask you like, what, what, what lights you up? What makes you feel so brilliant, and sometimes you don't always know. And it's more just like a feeling like I feel really good when I do this. And then it's also learning to understand depending on what your financial situation is, what are the things you can do as quote, like, as a career job, your own business? And what are things that are just something you do volunteering, and that's the strategy part of me because I don't want anyone to know their food on their table. And maybe it's something you can combine the two, you know, and it becomes your love. What you want to take a look at then is back to that first question. You know, what would I do if I if I wouldn't fail, right? And then, you know, so what's holding you back? And that's what you want to like list of stuff because from a neuroscience perspective, you can get the stuff out of your head and actually write it down. It takes out some of the power of it is if it's being this big, huge, scary monster, it's all of a sudden, just a bunch of words on a piece of paper. And then once you list these things, you want to look at him like so what are things I can do myself, you know, maybe it's something you can do yourself maybe just means getting up an hour earlier every day or something, that's something you can do on your own. And maybe it is something you didn't need to hire an expert, but then you can kind of actually look at those things and just say, Okay, so where do I need to start with all this

Linda:

You were saying earlier, it just really, really struck me, you know, the learning skills, setting goals, all that the reason that it doesn't work, if you're not also going within is because the old story, I love how you describe that I'm not enough, or I'm not this or that it's still there. So it's going to hold you back. But you're not conscious of it. Because we're not thinking about consciously about our old story. So it just had to say that's just really, really powerful to me. And I imagine that a lot of our listeners are feeling the same way. And so it feels like the work that you're doing. So important in tapping is one piece of it. I know there's more more to it than that the you are really good at tapping. And I know that you did it at the seminar with all of us, and I've done it with you individually. It's an incredible experience. It's empowering. And I know we're not only talking about tapping, but it just getting into that subconscious mind is so important. It's so difficult to do if you don't know how to do it. And I think you need coaching to get there.

Kate Beeders:

You absolutely do. Because even I mean, I'm considered one of the top experts in tapping, I work with it with a tapping coach, you know, because this things I don't see about myself. And you know, that old expression, you can't see the tip of your nose, you know, you need someone who's going to kind of call you out on something or say something or say your voice just changed, like what was going on? Or what about this, or, you know, for me, I'm so highly intuitive that I'll pick up on something I'll say, you didn't say it. But this is just I just keep hearing this. And that's it, you need it. And the point is, is that we you know, we don't want to stay in the stories because our subconscious mind thinks this happening, that story is protecting us, our subconscious mind is there to keep us safe. It's just It doesn't understand what really keeping us safe means. So it might think, Oh gee, if you never make that cold call, you'll ever get rejected. So I'm going to keep you safe, I never let you make the cold call. However, if you don't make those calls, you're also not going to get the business kind of a very immature mind as well. So it's about learning to to take control that and understand when it is coming from your subconscious mind and how to start shifting all that.

Linda:

So I have to say to you, I love to use the example of the movie. I've never really thought about it that way. Because it is true, you know, it's all fake. And you know, there's cameras all around them, and they're gonna get off the set pretty soon and they're gonna, or they're going to read they probably filmed it like 50 times because they didn't say the words right? Or, but you're still like, so scared. And I find if I can't see scary movies, I don't like to I shouldn't say can't but I don't like to because then I dream about it. And then I started thinking about it, and then I start feeling anxious about it. I can't sleep but you know, you need tap like, yeah, like, what is wrong with me? It's just a movie, you know. But um, but that makes so much sense. My

subconscious mind is going:

well that could happen. Oh my gosh, you know. So that was a great example.

Kate Beeders:

Well, they're they're fake. Have you ever been to like, I don't know if they still do but like the Museum of Science and some places like used to do those 3d movies feel like you were into like a roller coaster or something. But you're like - Yeah, I Oh, I don't because I sit there and go, because it'll go like this right? And you feel it dive and look down at my chair? Because you see it on the screen? And I'll be like, Okay, no, my chair is, you know, is like, glued or whoever they do to the ground. I know my chair is not physically moving. But why do I feel like I'm moving. And if the subconscious mind is just going on the ride,

Rhonda:

Thank you for outlining all these things, the power of the mind and the way that you have they're amazing.

Kate Beeders:

Yeah, and that's what and that's really so cool. Once you understand about this, that it doesn't mean you're going to totally - like never have a story again, that's not really true. However, you start eliminating some of those stories or you start making choices of what story to keep and what story to you know, like my expression is, you know, it's time to return that old story, the library and write a new one, my big messaging, and I know you guys are gonna ask me about a nugget and I'm gonna just get that nugget now. So I hope it's okay, is that okay.

All:

It is. You are so intuitive.

Kate Beeders:

Well, I'll tell you, I am a great manifester. It's not about the actual end result. It's about enjoying the journey. So this really applies to people who are thinking about starting something new is it it's not about making that million dollars or $50, or whatever it is, that's not really what matters. What matters is how you're enjoying the journey. And that really is bottom line. Because for people to sit there and you know, just totally focus on the end result which is a very corporate mindset, right? That's what I came out of corporate is all about the goal, the goal and once you get the goal, like I close multimillion dollar deals and they be like, great, what are you gonna do for us next, you know, you don't even get the moment to enjoy it. It's really that's one thing I've really learned in my business and I really emphasize to my clients is like, enjoy the journey, right? Or if you don't enjoy what you're doing and who you're associating with and who you're working with and what you're doing this there's no point that the end result doesn't really matter.

Kate:

Enjoy the journey through the journey. Love that here here. So, I am the unfortunate timekeeper. But before we go, we'd love to hear what's next for you.

Kate Beeders:

So I am doing a lot of speaking even though we're in this pandemic world, I belong to a big huge speaker's bureau with people like Suzy Orman and Daymond John and Steve Wozniak and people like that. And so doing a lot of stuff with them, and also going into a lot of corporations and teaching workshops and goal setting. And they're finally opening up more to mindset and all that kind of stuff. So it's kind of fun to be able to share with them, teach them all about that stuff. And then to kind of backtrack a little bit, I'm doing more of a couple things I started doing when the pandemic first happened. And I saw all people giving, like making masks and all sorts of stuff. And I'm like, What can I do to give back I don't, so I don't want to know how to sell. But I knew I knew how to teach stress reduction. And so I started offering hospitals, workshops, and stress reduction. And this was like last May, April, May, June, July, August, remember when everybody was so short staffed and things were just insane, no vaccines, everything. And they're working a zillion hours. So I would do zoom presentations for them. And we'd include tapping for them, you know, at the end and everything and they love the tapping, because that was my way of giving back. That's something that is important to me, as well as my I said goodbye to my almost 17 year old Karen Terrier, this past March, Callie and she was my heart is calling my heart outside my body. And I created in her honor the Forever Callie project, which is resources to help people who are either taking care of a senior dog or have say goodbye to their dog where I'm always interviewing people, like experts, like who talk about cancer prevention and dogs and chaplains, you know, talk about dealing with anticipatory grief and all sorts of things. And then recently, I just helped rescue 24 Karen terriers, something that's very important to me is being able to also follow my passion. And when and that's this is my passion is being able to give back to the dogs.

Linda:

That's really beautiful. Kate, really beautiful. Thank you so much sad that our time we could we could talk to you for hours, we could do several episodes, that talking to game theaters. And thank you for your generosity, and your kindness for spending time with us today. And thank you for your incredible wisdom.

Kate Beeders:

Thank you so much. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it. And I hope I hope people got some some insight and can I just share my my web address and all that? Yes. Oh, so

Linda:

that's exactly what we were gonna do.

Kate Beeders:

I'll let you do it. So.

Kate:

Oh, no. There's intuition. Yeah. So we know that folks are gonna want to tune in they there's so much wisdom in this conversation and so much more that we could tap into. But the website is Katebeeders.com. Kate beeders.com tap into it taps into

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fine and dandy.

Rhonda:

But this has been a brilliant conversation. Thank you, Kay. And of course, a special thanks to Cathy Carswell, who is our producer behind the scenes making the magic happen.

Linda:

Absolutely. And so it is left for me to say go forth. Be brave, live well and do good. It's act two you're on.

Kate:

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