155. That's A Wrap! with WTMM Editor Riley Higgins

December 28, 2022 00:54:26
155. That's A Wrap! with WTMM Editor Riley Higgins
Words That Move Me with Dana Wilson
155. That's A Wrap! with WTMM Editor Riley Higgins

Dec 28 2022 | 00:54:26

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As 2022 comes to a close I invited WTMM Executive Assistant and Editor Riley Higgins on to reflect on all our best moments, biggest wins, and top 10 listened to episodes! Come and reminisce on our 3rd podcast season and enjoy this conversation with Riley Higgins.

 

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Speaker 0 00:00:00 Welcome to Words That Move Me, the podcast where movers and shakers like you get the information and inspiration you need to navigate your creative career with clarity and confidence. I am your host Dana Wilson. And I move people. I am all about the tools and techniques that empower tomorrow's leaders to make the work of their dreams and live a full life while doing it. So whether you're new to the game or transitioning to your next echelon of greatness, you're in the right place. Welcome Movers and Shakers. This is words that move me. I'm Dana, and this is Speaker 1 00:00:38 Riley Higgins. Holy Speaker 0 00:00:40 Arron's. Wow. Riley Higgins is the executive editor here at Words That Move Me. <laugh>, um, executive editor. I, I combined two titles. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> dang it, executive assistant and editor. Um, she is a super chief mega boss and I'm so stoked to be wrapping up 2022 with her. We did this last year. We had so much fun. Speaker 1 00:01:04 So much fun. And I'll take executive editor as well, you know, executive Speaker 0 00:01:08 Editor. You, you edit with authority, my friend. Yes. Thank you. Riley and I are here to do a little recap. We have prepared some questions for each other and, uh, we're gonna have a good old conversation, uh, but first Speaker 1 00:01:21 Mm-hmm. Speaker 0 00:01:22 <affirmative>, we're gonna do wins. Oh, yay. You know, we're gonna do wins. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, do you wanna start? Speaker 1 00:01:26 Do I wanna start? Speaker 0 00:01:27 Would you like to start? Speaker 1 00:01:29 I will start. Thank you. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, I think that my win is that I am going home in a few days. Wow. To visit family for Christmas, holiday, family time, <laugh>, um, whatever that is. And I am really excited to see mom, dad's sister. Yes. As well as pugs as always. Pugs is, might be even a little bit higher than family. Wow. Speaker 0 00:02:00 Sometimes ranking, higher ranking sometimes. Speaker 1 00:02:02 I just really, I heard it's cold where I'm going and there might be some cuddle times that I'm really excited for. Speaker 0 00:02:09 For the record. Leigh's going to Arizona. Speaker 1 00:02:13 <laugh>. My mom told me it was cold today. She told me that it's been cold, so, Speaker 0 00:02:17 And as, as people from Colorado, she knows what she's talking about. Exactly. But I think cold Arizona relative to actual cold is still, I think you're gonna be fine. I hope you do get good pug puddles call. Thank you. Pu puddles. Speaker 1 00:02:31 Oh, well, I should, that's a good Speaker 0 00:02:33 One. That's a pretty good one. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, okay. That is a good win. Thank you for sharing. You're welcome. My win today is that after months of auditioning and, uh, weeks and weeks of planning, I finally began, and by eye, I mean another company mm-hmm. <affirmative>, um, began painting my condo, woo. Wall to wall crisp brown. Yes. Every, even ceilings actually work. Um, that is, is a big job. And it is starting today. And I'm celebrating that as a win because this morning got off to a bit of a rocky start. My team was supposed to arrive at seven and at seven 30, crickets. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, and so I emailed my project manager who I'd been in touch with, and he didn't respond, but eventually somebody showed up at my door, uh, without like a logo t-shirt, like no branded anything. And they were like, Hey, I'm here for the painting job. Speaker 0 00:03:34 And I was like, oh, this doesn't feel right. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, because when I tell you that the dollar amount on this quote is professional mm-hmm. <affirmative>, the quantity of dollars is professional in a really expected, you know mm-hmm. <affirmative> on time at the minimum fair logo on the t-shirt isn't required, but it kind of helps calm the nerves after the 30 minute waiting period. Anyways. Yes. I put on my best project manager pants. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, I asked good questions. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> super shout out to how to ask good questions. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, that's a great episode. I asked questions that revealed how much I know, for example, start work time was seven project manager's. Name is this, we have decided that this mm-hmm. <affirmative>, I was under the, uh, impression that paint would be already purchased mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And when I tell you guy showed up with a bucket, not even paint in it. Oh. So, um, it was clear to me that something was amiss mm-hmm. <affirmative>, uh, and we figured that out. Apparently there was trouble with the scheduling software. Oh, Speaker 0 00:04:32 Nice. And once we got that cleared up, the team got up on its feet and did a wonderful job. And I'm very excited for the next four days of Yes. That hopefully minus the scheduling problems. Correct. Um, so I'm happy for treating professional people with kindness and understanding without being completely, uh, walked over, walked over too flexible, like hit, disguising my disappointment. Totally. Um, so that felt good. Okay. Now it's your turn. Listener, jump in the booth with us. Tell, tell a friend whoever's sitting or standing next to you, or you could text someone, tell someone right now what is going well in your world. Speaker 1 00:05:30 Can I ask you a question? Oh, yeah. What, um, do your professional pants look like that you put on? Speaker 0 00:05:36 Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. They're pinstriped. Mm. Wide leg. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, high waist Speaker 1 00:05:41 <laugh> always high wasted. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Speaker 0 00:05:46 Okay. Congratulations. Great job you guys. I'm so glad that you are winning. Please keep it up. Um, I know that there is, uh, a lot going on this holiday season in the dance community in the world. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> in the global community. Um, celebrate the wins, y'all be kind to yourself, be kind to other people and let's get into it. Speaker 1 00:06:10 Sweet. Speaker 0 00:06:11 I, oh, before we get into it, actually context to what is going on right now. So I apparently have turned into Ron Burgundy when it comes to Google Calendar. I am tethered to the Google Calendar. If it is not on the Google calendar, I don't know it exists. If it is on the Google calendar, I still might not look at <laugh>. No. I think for the most part I honor the calendar and I really thought that Riley and I were supposed to record this episode tonight, which we are. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, because here it is tonight. Um, but she really thought that we were supposed to record this episode tomorrow night, which is Tuesday. And so we were talking, we were texting about something else today at around four 15, I got my last message from her and I thought she was supposed to be here at four 30 mm-hmm. <affirmative> Speaker 0 00:07:05 Then five 15 came around and I was like, this is not like ri mm-hmm. <affirmative> now. I know. We didn't really, I was like, maybe if the painters are gone Yeah. Then you can come. So I texted her, I was like, the painters are gone. What is your eta Uhhuh <affirmative>, nothing. And then I was like, question mark, text. And then still nothing. And then I went over to your house because did, it's around the corner mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And I was really glad to see that your car was there. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And I looked into your window like a real creeper <laugh>. And I was so glad to see that there was no sign of distress. Nope. Or a break-in. Nope. I knocked a couple times. Crickets. You know what I did? I slid your dumpster aside and I weezled my way in the alleyway between, so I could look in your bedroom window. Speaker 0 00:07:47 Super creeper. Um, good to know. I should look. And it was just blind and it was just dark in there. But I listened for a while. I didn't hear any crying or whimpering or wheezing. I was just like, Riley must have take, tried to take a power nap and hit fell asleep. Mind you, during this whole debacle, I had texted your roommate. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, Courtney Darlington, who was in a movie. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. She stepped out of said movie. Yes, she did. And let me tell you what, now I have ruined two people's nights with my one misunderstanding of the schedule. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, which I made up for the record Right. In a text yesterday. Yes. It was like, let's do that on Tuesday. Yep. But it didn't go on the calendar. No Speaker 1 00:08:27 It didn't. Speaker 0 00:08:28 No it didn't. And guess what's not on the calendar today either This Right. But I really thought, because my last text was like four 30 after the painters are gone, and then guess what? The painters left. I was like, it's four 30 if the moment. Right. I, that was a big fumble and I really apologize. That's okay. Thanks for being on your toes and game to make this happen. Yeah. Happy Speaker 1 00:08:49 To. It was a fun wake up. I usually set alarms when I take naps. And today I was like, let's see where the, uh, waves take me. Oh my God. And it was a long nap. Long nap. Huh? A long nap. Uh, felt really good. And I'm rested and ready to talk now, so, okay. Yeah. Speaker 0 00:09:08 When you say fun wake up, do you mean panic? Like, did you sweat when you saw that you had two missed calls from me and six text Speaker 1 00:09:16 Messages? No, I was, I was laughing cuz I was like, why I, we didn't have anything today. So it was, it was not panic, it was confusion. Cause I was like, we are not supposed to meet today. And then also calls from my roommate and I was like, did I say I was supposed to be somewhere, somewhere? Did I, I think it was like groggy confusion. Oh man. Coming through. Speaker 0 00:09:38 Well, booya you for being game to make it happen. Always. I think this is right. Yeah. Feels right. Yeah. Speaker 1 00:09:45 This is when we were supposed to do Speaker 0 00:09:47 It. You're, you're like, you know mm-hmm. <affirmative>, you got the wake up sweats happening. Yes. You're prepared. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. I set up my, um, little microphone to be in, oh, what's it called? Not cardio. The other one in, in like two person mode. Uhhuh. So we're gonna sound good. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, you got your pop filter? I got my questions. Are you ready? Let's do it. Speaker 1 00:10:06 I am ready. Speaker 0 00:10:07 Okay. Do you start or do I start? Speaker 1 00:10:09 Um, can I start? Yes, please. Because I think it'd be a good starting question. Oh, work. Say it. So you have had so many wonderful guests ah, introduce themselves over the years. Speaker 0 00:10:20 Oh Speaker 1 00:10:21 Hell. And so I, they would Speaker 0 00:10:23 Love Higgins if Speaker 1 00:10:25 You could introduce yourself, you know, as you are now. I Speaker 0 00:10:28 Heads everybody up to everybody knows it's coming. You didn't gimme a heads Speaker 1 00:10:32 Up. Well, I didn't know this was coming tonight, so I That's facts. That's good. Play. Play. I could, I could let this Speaker 0 00:10:38 Happen. Okay. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Yes. Introduce myself as I am now. Mm-hmm. Speaker 1 00:10:42 <affirmative> Speaker 0 00:10:43 Man. I've been looking at my website a lot lately. Okay. <laugh>. So the first thing that comes to my mind mm-hmm. <affirmative> is I am Dana. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, Speaker 0 00:10:54 I am a mover. Mm-hmm. I move people both physically and otherwise. As I move, I move bodies in space and I move minds through the ups, downs, ins, outs, twists, and turns of creative life. Um, when I say I am a mover of people, that's one thing, but I also am a mover in my body and I am vowing to honor that part of me more. So I'll tell you that I am a mover and I am becoming a more physical being word. And if that scares you to hear my friends, I am sorry. But it's, I, I have found myself feeling kind of paper thin in my body lately. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, call it the season, call it a complete facelift of the words that move me. Community, which requires a lot of hours. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> in the backend of words that move me.com. Um, and on FaceTime with my designer developer Yes. Who's trying so hard to help me, help myself. But, um, I have felt not as, uh, strong in my physical body, but very well guided and supported mm-hmm. <affirmative> mentally and emotionally. Uh, so yes, I am a mover and I'm vowing to become more mobilized. Yes. That is my, my vow to you, the listener to you Ri Higgins and to myself. Lovely. Thank you. Okay. You know that's coming right back at you though. Oh, Speaker 1 00:12:31 Fabulous. Speaker 0 00:12:31 I basically wrote all of my questions under the assumption that I would also have to answer Speaker 1 00:12:36 Them. Yeah, same. Go, same. Hit me. Okay. Wonderful. Hello. Lovely listeners that I usually am one of. I am Riley Higgins. I am also a mover, creative lover, passionate person on time for the most Speaker 0 00:12:54 Part, hence my panic. Speaker 1 00:12:57 <laugh> on time. Um, editor, choreographer, dancer, and just Speaker 0 00:13:07 Uhoh. Speaker 1 00:13:08 Oh man. Not just Uhuh. I'm not barely anything. No ma'am. I'm full of so much. Yes. And I am still exploring what that is. And happy to Speaker 0 00:13:17 Word. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. She's a slasher. Y'all, she, I'm a slasher. She got multi slashes. Yes. Super hyphenate. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, good. One way to start. That was great. Thank Speaker 1 00:13:25 You. Speaker 0 00:13:26 Um, okay. I have a question for you. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, you can't really turn this one on me. Well, you could, oh. Falling. Just falling for no reason. Great. I have a question. Okay. Do you plan on making a sizzle reel Out of my outtakes and my outtakes? I mean, burps, farts and f-bombs. <laugh>. I was just wondering if you had a folder on your desktop for that. I Speaker 1 00:13:49 Be honest, I do have a folder. I knew it. I, I have, I have something called, um, fun Times with Dana. Oh. It's in the, it's a little folder. Okay. <laugh> and <laugh>. I, this sometimes doesn't feel like a job cuz it feels like I'm just listening to you talk to me because it's like you speak your thesis and it's such a powerful moment. And then it's like, it's like <unk> That wasn't it. Okay. Nevermind. Sorry. Go back. And I was like, that was great. I don't that was exactly it. Or you stop mid-sentence and I was like, no, keep the sentences going. Speaker 0 00:14:25 Hey, that's the same, same is true with self tapes. Yeah. I have watched myself free styling, like doing the thing and then like, I stop and I roll my eyes at myself, Uhhuh. And then as I'm editing it together, I'm like, oh my God. Right. That was quite all right. That was quite fine. Why you ruined it. You only need just keep five more seconds. Speaker 1 00:14:44 Keep Speaker 0 00:14:44 Going. Hysterical. Yeah. Uh, okay. Just keep going. Yeah, that's a good note. Speaker 1 00:14:47 Thank you. Um, but I do have a real, some of it I feel like you don't want other people to hear, other people to hear. Um, but I do have it available to put together if you have ever wanted that. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Wow. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. It's funny. It's good. I Speaker 0 00:15:07 Mean, talk about a Christmas present. You did just gimme a really nice gift. I did. Um, ri just gifted me a gift. Um, that's a gift in and of itself. Uh, it is a book about fundraising. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, it's a, it's a book about gifts, <laugh>. Um, and I'm super stoked about it. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, thank you. You're full of gifts. I will want to hear that someday. <affirmative>, maybe save it for like a big birthday or something. Okay. Speaker 1 00:15:30 Like Speaker 0 00:15:30 40 or something. Speaker 1 00:15:31 Great. Okay. You got Speaker 0 00:15:33 It. Um, sweet. Now you go. Okay. Speaker 1 00:15:36 So I would love to know, since we've already done wins mm-hmm. <affirmative>, and I love that your win is your house, but I would love to also know what your biggest win this year was. Ah, Speaker 0 00:15:48 Wow. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Yikes. Speaker 1 00:15:51 Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, you had so many of them. I I Speaker 0 00:15:52 Had so many wins. Speaker 1 00:15:54 51. We did 51 episodes. So you had 51 wins. Speaker 0 00:15:57 And I have to like, edit myself down to keeping it one to two. That's true. That there's multiple wins. You know me, I always do multiple wins. <laugh>. Um, I think my biggest win is finding a semblance, uh, not a, not a semblance. I found the practice of balance this year. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, I had a lot going on in my personal life. I had a lot going on in my professional life. Both a lot of intensity mm-hmm. <affirmative> and a lot of space. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, and I'm gonna be real y'all to navigate periods of not being working is as hard or harder as navigating periods of work where you have work on top of work and you're struggling with burnout and you're struggling with blah, blah, blah. The space is real. And I had both this year, I had really intense, busy times. I had really open space mm-hmm. <affirmative> and I had a really eventful personal transition this year. So I think my biggest win is trying Speaker 1 00:17:07 Mm, Speaker 0 00:17:09 Failing. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, making micro adjustments and finding it. I do believe I achieved balance for like a lot of this year. Mm-hmm. Not all, not at all times was I completely balanced <laugh>, but I had several days where I took pause and I was like, wow, is this what a balanced life feels like? Mm-hmm. Because I think this is it. Speaker 1 00:17:32 Yeah. Speaker 0 00:17:33 And I, and when I say balanced, I don't necessarily mean good, I don't mean like on top of it, even though it does feel real good to be on the leg, like on that, on that rail on the leg mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, but I meant like 50 50 balanced and on it, like on it. Right. On it as in like Totally. Okay. Speaker 1 00:17:52 Well I think that's beautiful that even finding balance on a few days is such a big win. Yeah. Um, I had, I had this talk the other day. I was like, why can I like physically balance? Like why when I step onto my leg when I'm not in a class, can I like Speaker 0 00:18:09 Oh, interesting. Speaker 1 00:18:09 Fully hold a balance. But when I'm at like a bar and I let go, like I can't do it. Speaker 0 00:18:14 What do you think the answer Speaker 1 00:18:16 Is? I think it's my thoughts. I think my thoughts at the bar is that it's hard Uhhuh <affirmative> and I have to like, I have to like work to get it versus I'm not thinking about it, but my body naturally knows how to do it. Cool. Speaker 0 00:18:27 So Speaker 1 00:18:28 If I naturally can let myself do it when I'm trying to do it mm-hmm. Speaker 0 00:18:32 <affirmative>, Speaker 1 00:18:33 Possibly it'll be more successful. But I haven't fully tried that theory out yet. Yes ma'am. Speaker 0 00:18:39 Yep. Love Speaker 1 00:18:40 That. Um, that's not my biggest win. Okay. But <laugh> uh, biggest win I would say is, I have two. Is that okay? Speaker 0 00:18:49 You know it. Speaker 1 00:18:50 Okay, great. Um, moving into my apartment with lovely, lovely roommate Courtney Darlington has been super shout out for such a big win, having such a great space to always relax and come home to. Um, and second one is getting signed this year, which I'm really excited. Um, Speaker 0 00:19:09 Hey, Claires clear talent group. Speaker 1 00:19:11 High and clear talent. Speaker 0 00:19:12 Yay. Yes. Big fan of that Speaker 1 00:19:14 For you. Yeah, me too. Speaker 0 00:19:16 Yay. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Yeah. That is a big win. That was on your goals list for a year, huh? Yeah. What were the actions that you did to achieve it? I think that's a goal that a lot of listeners probably have. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And one of the things that we coach on a lot internally within com mm-hmm. <affirmative> is yes. I mean, goal setting, the, like the process that we work through in words that move me is a is an episode unto itself. Right. So I, we won't talk that through entirely, but it's important for people who have been following the podcast for a while who know mm-hmm. <affirmative> that I Yes, it is true. Your actions are directly linked to your results. Totally. So it was your actions that helped get you an agent Yeah. But you had to feel a certain way Yeah. To do those things and you had to think a certain way to feel that certain way. Totally. So I would love to hear what you did and what it was that you were thinking and feeling that helped you do it. Speaker 1 00:20:07 Um, a big thought that helped me was that I've been kind of moving through this whole year is be, be scared and do it anyways. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> in, uh, anywhere in like a summed up way is no feeling is gonna stop me from doing it. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, like I can feel the feeling and still do the action mm-hmm. <affirmative> because I don't want fear to be the thing that doesn't let me do what I wanna do. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, so it was be scared and do it anyway. It was a lot about, um, finding the people who were down to help me get there. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> you, I asked some other people to submit me and, um, also just finding out the best way that I wanted to represent myself. So I think it started from a place of how do I represent myself? How do I build the materials that best represent me? Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And then once I had those together, um, it was just about finding the people who are down to help mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Speaker 0 00:21:00 Yeah. And being willing to feel embarrassed. Totally. Or like, uh, rejected. Rejected. Yeah. All, all of our favorites. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Love that. Good job. Thank you. Um, okay. I'm gonna, I'm gonna boot scoot right along. What is your favorite quote to come from this season? Ooh. Could you recall it? Speaker 1 00:21:19 I could. I could. It does come from Mandy Moore's episode. Speaker 0 00:21:22 Yes. We've talked about this. It does it. Speaker 1 00:21:25 Um, Speaker 0 00:21:26 Your lack of planning is not my problem. Right? Speaker 1 00:21:29 Yeah. Lack of planning or not my emergency does not mean emergency for me. Yes. And that has really helped me because I do love to help people mm-hmm. <affirmative> and I love to jump into action mm-hmm. <affirmative>, but sometimes I'm not ready to jump into action mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, so I really appreciated hearing that, especially from someone who is so, uh, has done such great work and is like built herself up there. Mm-hmm. Speaker 0 00:21:53 <affirmative>. Yeah. I agree. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, that is such a good one. And I think you, you celebrated another win kind of on that same tip a little while later. Somebody asked you over Thanksgiving break to edit a video mm-hmm. <affirmative> and it was last minute. They needed it tomorrow. Right. And so you charged them mm-hmm. <affirmative> last minute Get it tomorrow fee. Totally. And they agreed. Yes. They, they did. I think, yeah. The whole speaking to the idea of emergencies, like this is an emergency. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Okay. I will respond to your emergency and you will charge the, I will charge you the emergency fee. Absolutely. Um, that's fun. I'm so glad that you, that you won and that's a great, uh, great, great, great quote, Speaker 1 00:22:31 Great quote quote. What about you? Speaker 0 00:22:33 Um, I, I really love that. I loved one that stands out to me right now probably just cuz it's a fresh listen. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> is Gary m Hoff's tool that he uses most often. He talks about meeting people where they're at, um, in a conversation. He could sit down and talk to anyone and try to see the world through their eyes. I think it makes him a fabulous teacher. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, but I think it makes him an even better artist. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, I think having a, a pointed perspective of the world is really important as an artist, but having a multi-directional point of view mm-hmm. <affirmative> being able to look at it from different angles, that is something else. Um, I've been thinking about that a lot lately. So yeah. That one stands out. Speaker 1 00:23:22 Nice. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> lovely. A great episode by Speaker 0 00:23:24 The way too. Oh my gosh. Top to bottom sound bites. Speaker 1 00:23:27 So good. Yeah. I mean, I know I'm forgetting a million that I love and have written down for sure. Cause they're, as the Instagram knows as many quotable quotes, but Yes. Yes. Um, okay. Another one a little bit more off the cuff too. Yeah. Yeah. Sorry I didn't prep you for this one, but I think of it, I'm excited Speaker 0 00:23:43 To hear what you saying. Oh, oh, no, good. Okay. Speaker 1 00:23:45 So I want to revisit a topic, a big topic this year mm-hmm. <affirmative> that got a lot of feedback. Okay. You see where you're at now. Okay. With ambition. Speaker 0 00:23:53 Oh yeah. Speaker 1 00:23:54 Have you found your original thought to still be true? Which was my hypothesis is that when we release ambition, we float into something that might even be better than progress. Yes. And have you been able to use that this year? Is that something you want to attach to more? Any updates on that topic? Yeah. Speaker 0 00:24:15 Oh man, that is, thanks for pulling that back. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, man, that sounds so smart. <laugh>. I do still agree with that hypothesis and I am releasing every single day more than the last, the idea, the very American idea that progress is paramount and that if you aren't getting better, what are you doing? And if you aren't selling more and reaching more people and doing more and getting stronger, getting better, getting happier, getting richer, getting more married and more kids and more, oh my god, it's exhausting. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, so yeah, I do think that the absence of ambition can land you with something better than progress. But I also think the more important part, rather than having it or not having it, is being at the control center of it. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> and see and seeing, you know, based on my desired results, which really might be more money, right. So that I can start my own convention or so that I can move into a city where there's more opportunity for the type of work I wanna do. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> or, or, or whatever. If that really is your desired result, in this case of having more money, ambition would be very useful. Speaker 1 00:25:38 Right. Speaker 0 00:25:39 So as a, as a tool. And I do think emotions can be used that way. Ambition would be great. Mm-hmm. Speaker 1 00:25:45 <affirmative>, Speaker 0 00:25:47 Um, but others could be as well. Mm-hmm. Speaker 0 00:25:51 <affirmative> like focus or grit or presence. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, so I think yeah. More Thanks for bringing that up is a really good question. That's a, you should have a podcast. Oh, thank you <laugh>. Um, yeah, I do still agree with that initial statement, but I, I find that it's not my nature mm-hmm. <affirmative> to be absent from it. Right. Um, I'm definitely a product of my culture, my family, my mm-hmm. <affirmative>, you know, my upbringing said, you know, improve Yeah. Better. It's really deeply a part of who I am. Cool. And I, for the most part enjoy the life of being an ambitious person. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, but it, yeah. That is worth investigating. I would love to hear what, what other people think about that. Speaker 1 00:26:38 Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Cool. Speaker 0 00:26:40 Great. Yay. Good one. Thank you. Um, alright. I guess this is kind of similar to your question about biggest win. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, is there a most outstanding moment that doesn't necessarily mean it was great, maybe it was heinous. Is there, uh, a most outstanding moment from the season, most Speaker 1 00:27:00 Outstanding moment from the season? <laugh> man? Oh, well something that is Wait, it has to be can. It's good, bad. What's the, Speaker 0 00:27:16 Any, any, any outstanding, Speaker 1 00:27:20 Outstanding I will say from the season even it's podcast adjacent. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, um, is the eight counts words that move me movie premiere. Speaker 0 00:27:31 That was outstanding. Yes, Speaker 1 00:27:34 It was. You made a freaking movie this Speaker 0 00:27:36 Year. We made a movie this year and we had a premiere. Yeah. Even though we had never had a premiere before mm-hmm. <affirmative>. That is something cool I talk about on the podcast a lot. If you wanna do things that you've never done before, you're gonna have to think thoughts that you've never thought before. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And one of those thoughts for me in this case was throwing a screening is easy. Yeah. <laugh>, I had to tell myself like, this is something I can totally do. Right. And then when I came upon parts of it that were hard mm-hmm. <affirmative>, I raged Speaker 1 00:28:04 Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Yeah. Speaker 0 00:28:05 And then I learned mm-hmm. <affirmative> and now I know how to hold screenings. Yeah. And our next one is gonna be even better. Yes. And it will cost me less money cuz I will have to pay less emergency fees cuz I will have absolutely my shit together. Absolutely. Um, yeah, the eight counts movie premiere was absolutely outstanding. We should link to the, it's been a while since we talked about eight counts. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, eight counts are the guiding principles of the move words that move me. Society, I just called it society, i secret society. It feels, you know, it feels right and not so Speaker 1 00:28:37 Secret Speaker 0 00:28:37 Society. Yeah. Very public uhhuh actually most of us stands out in the world. Yes. Um, on our phones. <laugh>, um, very public society of movers and shakers. Um, and this project is a collective effort. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, um, I directed, wrote and collected clips I edited and ri you also helped me capture mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, and I think I'm proud of it. I know that I'm proud of it. I, I think that it will live on and I will continue to be proud of it mm-hmm. <affirmative>, but the event itself is also something to be proud of. Just in, in Yeah. Face value. We did something we had never done. Totally. And it was Speaker 1 00:29:23 Awesome. And being able to hear feedback and so many people saying, wow, we never get to see this kind of dance on a big screen. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> like this. It's in individual phones, it's on computers Yeah. In my room. And like also Speaker 0 00:29:36 People like small screening areas, right. Like dance festivals usually kind of smaller venues. Oh, we went big. Yeah. Speaker 1 00:29:42 Oh yeah. Big and also like sharing the principles with people who haven't heard them before and the impact of that. Totally. Yeah. Because I'm, I'm around it, uh, quite often <laugh> and I sometimes Speaker 0 00:29:53 Around and in it <laugh> around Speaker 1 00:29:55 And in it's Speaker 0 00:29:55 Emerged. Speaker 1 00:29:56 Um, and it's cool to see the light bulbs pop off, um, when they haven't seen it before. Speaker 0 00:30:01 Totally. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Yeah. Great point. Yeah. Um, I'm gonna go counter to that lovely. The most outstanding moment for me when I ask this question. Get ready for it. Oh no. <laugh>. Yo. It's funny, I'm negative Nancy tonight. No. Most outstanding moment. Don't feel hurt. I think it's not your fault. Okay. Okay. Okay. Oh my gosh. Um, what's the word I'm looking for? Submitting is the word I was looking for. Oh. Submitting to the Signal Awards because it is my fault. The signal. It's not your fault, dude. Okay. The Signal Awards are a first time ever podcast awards slash scammy mc scam <laugh> and I raised a lot of money so that we could enter the podcast for these awards. And as we were doing that, my husband was like, dude, just create your own awards. This is bogus. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> this, they're just doing it to make money. Speaker 0 00:30:58 You have to pay how much to sum submit in how many categories. Okay. Right. Anyways, I was like, no, this is great. I'm getting behind my podcast right now. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, my community is getting behind us. We had fundraisers, we did it, we did the thing. And when I tell you I am still receiving emails from them seriously that say we've started, we've begun judging. Hmm. That shit's on auto. Right. And they have already announced their finalists. Uhhuh <affirmative> Late mind you, <laugh>. Um, and their finalists are all like Apple top 10 podcasts. Yes. Like fully the stuff that you would expect. Speaker 1 00:31:34 Your front page just open Apple Podcasts, Speaker 0 00:31:36 Literally Apple, look at it. Apple Podcast front pages. Who won the single awards? Um, not us, but I'm not, this is an outstanding because it didn't work out the way I expected it to. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> because honestly I did. I thought we had a chance to win. I think what we make is great. Pat Self on back, <laugh>. Um, but what was outstanding about it to me was that conversation with Daniel in which there is a lot of truth. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, that was very inspiring. What's different about the Signal Awards than us? Like they had a q and A on Instagram live and Riley and I showed up and we were the only people there. Yep. <laugh>. Yep. Yep. We should have known <laugh>. Um, anyways, all that to say, it was a moment where we reached out, out into this world, let's be real. Riley and I are both full-time dancing people. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, we are not full-time podcast people, although it is at least fully part-time. <laugh>, very Speaker 1 00:32:32 Minute strong, strong part-time strong, Speaker 0 00:32:34 Strong part-time, strong, full part-time. Right. <laugh>. Um, but we're not podcast people. So when she reached out into the podcast world, which is cool, I'm so glad that you did that. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, you're like, let's investigate the space that we are undeniably in <laugh>. And she found this thing and I was like, rock on. Let's reach new people and be a part of this community for real. And then it turns out that that's not Speaker 1 00:32:56 Nope. That wasn't their Speaker 0 00:32:58 Mission wasn't the one. Nope. But it stands out as being like a big decision mm-hmm. <affirmative> that we rallied around mm-hmm. <affirmative> and got behind and sparked a lot of interesting conversation. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> and congrats to all the winners of the Signal Awards. <laugh>, sorry. Good job. Could you hear the chip on my shoulder? Speaker 1 00:33:16 Well, you know, they're listening, right? They listen to our podcast because they're learning so much from us. Speaker 0 00:33:22 Oh. You know what was really a win about that? Hmm. The Hidden Win. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> is that I had to choose which episodes to submit. Yeah. So I got to go back and listen. Ugh. And here's why. That's a win. It was hard. It was hard to ch this is me patting myself on the back together. The thing like from Jessica Castro to Martha Nichols Hawk, Gary Imhoff, my teacher, freaking popping Pete. Wow. Some of my heroes. A really, really great year of guests and I genuinely couldn't decide what to put forward because all of them were so great. Oh. Uh, there's no room in the podcast Booth <laugh> for me and Ri and my cup bubbles <laugh>. So I'm not doing my cup bubbles right now. <laugh>. Um, but anyways, yeah, that really stands out to me. Nice. Speaker 1 00:34:09 That's Speaker 0 00:34:10 Pretty cool. Um, that was all I had on my list. Ri what else you got? Speaker 1 00:34:15 Oh, are you ready? Speaker 0 00:34:16 Yeah. Is this closing it out? Closing this out? This is closing out. We didn't out really decide on a number of questions I guess, but it feels, it feels kind of balanced. Speaker 1 00:34:22 Yeah. Um, so I was gonna do a fund round of questions. Speaker 0 00:34:29 Fund fund. Mm. Yes. Speaker 1 00:34:32 Sorry. I don't talk very often on the podcast. I'm not, I don't enunciate Speaker 0 00:34:36 The way we should call it a fund round. And we should round to pay for every question we don't answer within five seconds or something. Is this a, is this a burnout? Is it a burnout? Yeah. Well then we gotta go fast. Speaker 1 00:34:45 Let's go. Okay. Okay. Favorite dance step? Speaker 0 00:34:48 We're on drum. Okay. Speaker 1 00:34:49 Desert Island song pick one. Speaker 0 00:34:53 Hmm. Speaker 1 00:34:54 2, 3, 4. Speaker 0 00:34:56 Superstition. Stevie Wonder work. Speaker 1 00:34:58 Favorite dance you've ever learned? Speaker 0 00:35:00 Like I love you. Speaker 1 00:35:01 Great. Favorite dance video you've ever seen? <laugh> Speaker 0 00:35:06 My brain is offering me 3, 3, 4. My, my love is like Whoa. By Maya <laugh>. It's my first, it's the first thing my brain offered me. <laugh>. So good. Speaker 1 00:35:14 <laugh>. Last one. Uhhuh <affirmative>. One person who you would love to have a private dance party with. Speaker 0 00:35:19 Oh my God. Speaker 1 00:35:22 5, 4, 3, 2. I only get five seconds. <laugh>. Oh <laugh>. Speaker 0 00:35:28 Does that mean I have to party alone? Speaker 1 00:35:30 No, it just means you have to baby. Speaker 0 00:35:32 Oh. Speaker 0 00:35:35 My first thought was James Brown work. Um, wow. And then I, I didn't say it cuz I was like, he would scold me <laugh> and find me for being offbeat. I do love to push the pocket <laugh> pretty much. I have watched myself on video a few times. I'm been like, Dana, that's late. Like you're late. Obviously late, but I feel so deeply in the pocket. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> <laugh>. Um, uh, it's funny that, it's funny that they aren't Oh, you know who it actually is. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. This is gonna maybe make somebody cry. Probably my mom. Oh my Yaya but my age. Oh wow. Oh cool. So I got my mom. Thank you. Podcast guest Jason Bonner who works with Josh Groin, who my mom along with every other woman in her age bracket is obsessed with Josh Groin. Rightfully so. Oh. Also I am obsessed with Josh Groin. Yes, we are. Speaker 0 00:36:36 Um, RI and I watched the Live Action Beauty and the Beast together this past weekend, which is now streaming on Disney plus Disney Plus. And it was so, so good. So good. Dina. Great job Jamal. Fantastic work. Uh, will be Bell. Great job. Christopher Scott. Incredible job. I I mean, I am not saying who did what cuz right now I'm not remembering the the title scroll, but do a little digging into the team that was responsible for that and go watch it. Go enjoy. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> big fan. The only thing I was saying is like, Josh can't shine in that suit, man. He can't shine in there. It's diming his shine. <laugh>. He's wearing a massive, he's puppet. He's not even wearing. He's puppeting. He couldn't move his arms. He couldn't do it. No. Anyways, he sounded phenomenal. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, he looked great. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> and not a big fan of his song. Speaker 0 00:37:27 The song, the song. We don't No, we didn't like the song. No. We're not a big fan of the song, but big fan of everything else. Anyways, I got my mom and my yaya thanks to Jason Bonner tickets to see Josh Groin at Red Rocks in Colorado. And my mom sent me videos of my, at the time, 70 plus like, oh no, 80 plus year old. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, yeah. Yeah. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> dancing on, on the, um, it's like stadium seating. Yeah. Yeah. She's like dancing across the bench with her cute hat in her little hip <laugh>. And I was like, oh dang. That's where I get it. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> easy day, clear as day. <laugh>. Um, so yeah, I would've loved to go out dancing with my Yaya at my age, which by the way, when my Yaya was my age, she already had 11 kids. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. No thank you. No thank you. No, thank you. So mm-hmm. <affirmative>. That's, that's my that How about you Speaker 1 00:38:20 Person? I would dance, private dance party with? Yeah. Oh shoot. Speaker 0 00:38:24 Oh, you should have to answer all of those. Oh, Hemi. Or do dad? Oh, no, no. And you answer at home too. This will be fun. Okay. Okay. Um, favorite dance set? Speaker 1 00:38:33 Uh, turn on one foot. Speaker 0 00:38:35 Oh yes. You've told me this before. It's your, it's your crutch. It is Desert Island song. Go. Speaker 1 00:38:40 Oh, you know, I've been listening to today is, uh, Jean a bottle by Christina Aguilera and Speaker 0 00:38:45 Oh, I know who it is by, you don't need to say it. <laugh>. We all know who it's by. And Speaker 1 00:38:48 I think I would love, I could listen to that forever, I think. Mm. Speaker 0 00:38:52 I just did a step from the video. Okay. Um, favorite dance you ever learned? Speaker 1 00:38:58 Favorite dance I've ever learned Speaker 0 00:39:00 Choreographed by me. Jk. I just thought we'd stick on the theme of patting me on the back. Speaker 1 00:39:04 I will say I do love jungle Boogie. Nice. Speaker 0 00:39:07 Nice. I really also love Jungle Boogie. Thank you for saying these words. You're Speaker 1 00:39:10 Welcome. Speaker 0 00:39:10 Uh, but favorite dance ever go? Speaker 1 00:39:12 Favorite dance I've ever learned. Wow. I I don't have one. I that's not, yeah. I don't know. They're kind of like favorites of Speaker 0 00:39:22 The year. You're like dance smother ginger have so many dances under there. Can't pick one. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, uh, favorite dance video you've ever seen? It Speaker 1 00:39:30 Is a cop out, but the first seaweed sisters video Speaker 0 00:39:32 Get out of town Speaker 1 00:39:33 Hands down is my favorite. Speaker 0 00:39:36 I'm floored. Mm-hmm. Speaker 1 00:39:37 <affirmative>. Really? Speaker 0 00:39:38 Yes. Incredible. Speaker 1 00:39:39 I saw it in 2015 and my little, little, I wasn't that little, but like Speaker 0 00:39:44 How old were you? Don't tell Speaker 1 00:39:46 Me. 18. Speaker 0 00:39:47 Oh, okay. Yeah. Speaker 1 00:39:49 And my, I just remember being like, yes, this is what you should, you can do. This is, this is, this is you should, you can do this is what we should be doing. Also, another one that I do also love. That's a close, close <laugh>. This is what we should have been doing the whole time. But a second one is snap into it. Jillian, my Yes. Holy shit. Speaker 0 00:40:09 So glad that you said Speaker 1 00:40:10 That. Holy shit. That one is amazing. It is a Speaker 0 00:40:12 Little known gem out there and I will be linking to it in the show Speaker 1 00:40:15 Notes. Please go watch. Its Speaker 0 00:40:16 More Speaker 1 00:40:16 Known, it's brilliant. Speaker 0 00:40:19 Oh, right, okay. Then we have arrived. One person who you would love to have a private dance Speaker 1 00:40:23 Party with private dance party, Speaker 0 00:40:25 Private dancer, dancer for Monica <laugh>. Do walk Me, do I do a terrible teenager? Oh my god, it embarrassing. Speaker 1 00:40:35 I would love to dance with 2005 Britney Spears. Yes. Yes I would. Yes I would. With Cuz when I was, when in that year Uhhuh <affirmative> for Christmas I got the full Britney outfit with the Britney microphone and I did a private performance of toxic, which probably was not appropriate. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, but you know what, different time <laugh> growing up, but I was, and Speaker 0 00:41:04 You know what? I'm not gonna like get like crazy critical on you, but Toxic was 2001. Speaker 1 00:41:09 2001. Yeah, I think so. Some what? Speaker 0 00:41:12 I was still Speaker 1 00:41:13 2001 Brittany something in that era. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. I would love a private dance party with Britney. Yeah. Just like a full Yeah. Turn mo Like just all of that. I Or in sync. Yeah. Yeah. Just like all of them would be Speaker 0 00:41:29 Fun. You gotta be careful what you ask for there because I'm just saying from personal experience. <laugh>. I'm kidding. I'm saying that because what, what I'm actually trying to do is make a joke about how full out JC Chak is <laugh> cuz he will dance you into the ground. He is work very energized, very sharp. Speaker 1 00:41:49 I just would like to witness what is happening less, less that I wanna dance with them, but just more one be Speaker 0 00:41:55 Like a fly on them Speaker 1 00:41:56 Dance wall. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. But like, not choreographed, like I just wanna see what happens. Speaker 0 00:42:00 Oh, that is a great idea for a reality Speaker 1 00:42:02 Music comes out. Speaker 0 00:42:03 Yeah. <laugh> in camera, in sync dance show. Speaker 1 00:42:06 Just kind of curious about what it would look like. Oh, that's so funny. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. I love it. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Speaker 0 00:42:11 Well what a high note to land on. Just let you think about what the members of NSYNC look like. Dancing on their own. Yeah. Q Robin. Right. I love that song. Mm-hmm. Speaker 1 00:42:21 <affirmative> keep dancing. Mm-hmm. Speaker 0 00:42:23 <affirmative>. Um, alright y'all, that is it for 2022. Wow. Ri thank you sincerely for another incredible year of podcast. Um, do you wanna hit, hit everybody with some stats real quick before we get outta here? I do. We have some interesting stats from the season to, uh, to blow your mind with right now. Speaker 1 00:42:43 Oh, blowing the mind Speaker 0 00:42:44 Blowing minds all over the world. Actually, specifically in our top 10 countries. Where are we blowing minds? Riley? Till Speaker 1 00:42:50 In our top 10 countries. Do we wanna go bottom up? Yeah, we are number 10. <laugh>. Yep. Bottoms up. <laugh>. It made Speaker 0 00:43:00 Sense. It really Speaker 1 00:43:01 Did. Great. Number 10, Ukraine. Shout out nine Sylvania. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Eight Japan. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> seven Spain. Yes. Six France. Yes. Five Australia. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>? Four. Singapore. Three. United Kingdom, two Canada and one, would you not know it if you didn't? United States? Speaker 0 00:43:23 I'm America. Wow. Hey, if you are listening in a country other than our top 10, tell your friends, Uhhuh, get those listens up. I wanna, I wanna I wanna be shouting you out next year. A hundred percent and our season wrap up. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Um, by the way, if there was any confusion, our seasons are just years. Yeah. So it's year one, year two, year Speaker 1 00:43:41 Three, which we're going into our Speaker 0 00:43:42 Fourth year, which is, which I did not understand the math of that we are going into our fourth year. Yes we are because we started just in the last couple weeks of 2019. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, we did all of 2020. Yes. We ma'am. All of 2021. All of 2022. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And we are going into 2023. Yes, Speaker 1 00:43:56 We are. Speaker 0 00:43:56 Same. Okay. Go. Uh, how many minutes of pot of talking did I do Speaker 1 00:44:00 Not including this and not including question of the year episode, which was fabulous. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, um, 2,456 minutes of talking about dance. Speaker 0 00:44:10 2,456 minutes. Wow. I should charge more <laugh>. I'm kidding. Um, okay. I love that. Uh, anything else stand out to you? Speaker 1 00:44:20 Um, do we wanna do top 10 episodes listening? Speaker 0 00:44:22 Yes, please. Yes, Speaker 1 00:44:23 Please. Okay. And Speaker 0 00:44:24 Then we'll put 'em Speaker 1 00:44:24 In the show notes and then we'll put 'em in the show notes. And you should keep listening. Number 10, money March, episode four. Producing What You, you Love with Nicole Valens. So Speaker 0 00:44:33 Good. Speaker 1 00:44:33 Yes. Nine. I got Covid, a k a private lesson and not wrestling with reality. Speaker 0 00:44:38 I hated that moment, but really good episode. Speaker 1 00:44:41 Really good one. Good moment. Eight Money March part three. Put the fun in fundraising with Jerry Brown. Speaker 0 00:44:47 Brown. Let's go. Jerry Browntown. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Hey, I am going to do that episode again. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, now that I have this awesome fundraising book, I'm gonna tell you everything I've learned about fundraising since then. Great. Speaker 1 00:44:58 Okay. Seven s a very important metaphor. Oh my God. Which is the beginning of last year, Speaker 0 00:45:04 I'm not gonna lie, you guys, my sister who was who, who birthed that idea to me, um, the aunt's idea. <laugh>, she hit me up after that episode came out and she's like, I think you misunderstood what I was saying, <laugh>. I'm like, what? She was like, yeah, I wasn't saying that. Anyways, go listen to that episode. But my sister truly was like, I think you, I thought wasn't what I meant. <laugh>. Oh, pretty funny. Speaker 1 00:45:27 Great. Speaker 0 00:45:28 Carry on. Uh, Speaker 1 00:45:29 Six. This episode hits so hard because Pop and Pete mm-hmm. <affirmative> Speaker 0 00:45:35 Legendary. Speaker 1 00:45:36 Yes, yes indeed. Holy smokes. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Yep. Number five, which we've mentioned trumpet your talent all of the time with Gary Moff. So Speaker 0 00:45:44 Good. Speaker 1 00:45:45 Number four, the grammar and punctuation of body Language with the Leonna Blackburn. Speaker 0 00:45:50 Yay. That was so good. Mm-hmm. Speaker 1 00:45:52 <affirmative> three, taking Care in business with the Wing It Girl Kat Renick. Love it. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, Renick. Renit. Speaker 0 00:45:59 You know, we'd have to go back to the episode. Episode. We did talk about it in the episode. Speaker 1 00:46:03 Yes. I'm so sorry, Kat. I do know how to say her name. Speaker 0 00:46:05 I do believe that she is accepting both. Okay. And open to our learning. Thank Speaker 1 00:46:10 You so much. Okay, great. Number two, how Speaker 0 00:46:13 Do we say Renick? Speaker 1 00:46:14 Renick. Yeah. Speaker 0 00:46:15 Okay. But Speaker 1 00:46:16 That's just me. Great. Speaker 0 00:46:17 Okay. Speaker 1 00:46:18 Number two. How to think like a Boss with Mod Arnold. Speaker 0 00:46:22 I, you know what? That one got posted today. Somebody was listening to that on a road trip today and they posted about it. They were like, yes, Speaker 1 00:46:28 Yes, please. And number one, living free and finding balance with Brian Nicholson. Brian, Speaker 0 00:46:35 That was such a fun conversation. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> talk about like rallying. That guy jumped on the podcast, <laugh> on a convention weekend after having lost his baggage. Right. He was clad in a fully CVS <laugh>. Uh, get up, <laugh>, get up. And it was so much fun. I really, all of those, those were great, but I'm not gonna lie, all of them were great. Yes. I get in here every week you guys, and like, I'm excited about this episode and I'm not bullshitting you. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, part of that is because I'm easily excitable, <laugh>, simple mind, simple pleasures, <laugh>. But part of that is that I, I, I, again, here I am tooting my horn. I think they're good. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. So thank you for making them great, Riley. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, did you see how I shifted them from good to great. Yep. That was you though that did that. Yes. Um, and all of you for listening, thank you for showing up. Speaker 0 00:47:26 Thank you for, uh, getting down and downloading with us. Yeah. Please, if you do not have your episode set to download, that definitely helps our analytics. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, it helps other people find the podcast. So do reviews and ratings. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. So, um, maybe help us finish season four, three out. Yes. With a review and a rating would be so appreciated. Now get out there everybody and wait, what do we wanna tell 'em about our holiday sale that's still happening? Oh, Higgins. Yes. I would've sent this episode to her and she'd be like, Dana, jump in the booth. You forgot to talk about the holiday sale. <laugh>. So we are running a holiday sale all the way through December 31st, which means it ends January 1st, which means you can be at your New Year's Eve party and step away for a second and be like, sorry, the sale's about to end. Speaker 0 00:48:13 Right. I have to grab me a pop socket. Absolutely. Um, all merch and tools will be 20% off. So stickers, shoe bags for your funky ass shoes. Hell yeah. Um, pop sockets. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> that say, I am built for this. Yes, you are. Which I think is funny because Pop sockets are literally built for that. Um, but you are built for this, this creative life. You've got this, what else? T-shirts, words that move me. Stickers. I welcome your differences. T-shirts, um, yes, stickers. But let's talk about tools because I think these get overlooked a lot. Clearly after 150 plus episodes, there are a few topics that we circulate on that we come back to. We have created worksheet bundles mm-hmm. <affirmative> for certain topics like social media, money, March, um, what other Oh, fear deal. Dealing with fear is a big one. So take a look at the website, use the promo code W T M M holiday 2022, no spaces, all caps words that move me. Speaker 0 00:49:17 Oh, don't spell the words. W T M M holiday 2022. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> all the way through the 31st of December to cash in on 20% off. And <laugh> please cut that <laugh> and for those same 10 more days or whatever it is, math days. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, you can also get one free month of coaching when you invest in the year upfront. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, I know that sounds intense, but our base tier is only $5 a month. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. So we're talking $55 for an entire year of community. This is massive. Yes. I think that is by far our most popular tier, but in my opinion, our, our best value is our second tier, which is $45 a month. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, that includes everything that tier one gets plus two group coaching calls per month. One written coaching per month. So you don't even have to be at the call to get the value out of that coaching and which we are adding to both tiers, community calls and events. At least one time per month, we will meet up on some not necessarily coaching basis mm-hmm. <affirmative> to connect on an idea or on an activity. Um, and I'm really, really excited to be sharing more time, getting to know our community members better. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. But really what this is all about is navigating your career with clarity and confidence. The coaching is impeccable. Speaker 1 00:50:47 Yes. Speaker 0 00:50:48 Yes it is. This is the day where I pat myself on the back. I'm gonna have a Absolutely, I'm gonna have a red mark from all that padding. I mean, um, the growth that has happened, the wins that I have seen celebrated in this community, I ca like incredible. And it's not me that's doing it. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, I'm, I'm holding up a mirror. But it's the people, it's the people that are making the growth happen in their lives. Yes. And I'm thrilled by it. So mm-hmm. <affirmative>, come and get that coaching cash in on the annual membership for, uh, to get a one month free. Oh, I remember what I was gonna say. I know it seems like a lot upfront. However, there's now a feature on my website where you can pay in increments. So you can cash in on the one month for free by paying for the whole year. But you can pay for it in four installments. Yes you can. So come on all the way through. Um, yes. Thank you for that. Ri Higgins, oh my goodness. Holiday sale. Welcome ends. December 31st. Use the code W T M M holiday 2022 at checkout for 20% off. That applies to merch and tools that does not apply to coaching. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Okay. Enough sale talk. Enough holiday talk. Let's talk. <laugh>. Thank you. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, thank you again to all of my listeners. Thank you Ri for all of your hard work and for being here. You're Speaker 1 00:52:00 Welcome. Speaker 0 00:52:01 And a huge thank you for the people who are doing lots of hard work and are not standing here in the booth right now. Ariana, thank you so much for making sure our episodes get out there. And on the gram. Courtney, thank you so very much for helping in all of the ways that you help. Um, thank you Max Winnie for our tunes, Brie REITs because your design that you designed all those years ago is still ahead of its time. Oh yeah. Clean, like mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Mm. So good <laugh>. Um, again, the padding of the back Speaker 1 00:52:32 <laugh>. Wow. Speaker 0 00:52:33 Uh, thank you to the words that move me community, especially my day one ERs. Thank you to everybody who has seen that 365 day mark on their doing daily. Ooh. I'm gonna tag you guys in this episode, um, and to everybody that is living a creative life out there, thank you for doing it. The world is better because of it. You ready to take 'em out? Ri Higgins? Yeah. Do it. Speaker 1 00:52:55 Thank you so much for moving and grooving. I hope to see you in the whitham com and I hope you keep it funky. Yay. Yay. Funky Speaker 0 00:53:05 Sign offs are so funny. Speaker 1 00:53:06 So funny. It's so funny. Speaker 0 00:53:08 Um, alright. Bye. Bye. It's weird to not say keep it funky at the end. Right. Keep it funky Speaker 1 00:53:14 <laugh>. Keep it funky. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, I said keep it funk, keep it funky. <laugh> Speaker 0 00:53:20 Over now keep it Speaker 1 00:53:21 Funky. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. See you next year. Speaker 0 00:53:25 Keep it fucking <laugh>. This podcast was produced by me with the help of many music by Max Winnie Logo and brand design by Bree reets. And big thanks to Riley Higgins, our executive assistant and editor. Also massive thanks to you, the mover who is no stranger to taking action. So go, take action. I will not, cannot stop you from downloading episodes or leaving a review and a rating. I will not ban you from my online store for spending your hard earned money on the cool merch and awesome programs that await you there. I will 100% not stop you from visiting words that move me.com. If you wanna talk with me, work with me and make moves with the rest of the words that move me community. Oh, and also, I will not stop you from visiting the dana wilson.com if you're curious about all the things that I do that are not words that move me related. Alright, my friend, keep it funky. I'll talk to you.

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