Intentional Living to Build an Elite Life with Don Wenner

“Many have the will to win, but few have the will to prepare to win”
– Vince Lombardi

Ready to build an elite life? It all starts with being intentional about it, and that’s what we cover in today’s episode. Don Wenner, CEO of DLP Capital amassed over $4 billion in assets before the age of 38, yet he shares that it doesn’t matter if you’re not famous in your own home.

In the episode we cover:

  • Intentional Living
  • The 5 keys to success, significance and happiness
  • The tools to make your vision a reality.

This is perfect timing for anyone looking to set and achieve big goals in a new year, a new project, or create change to make an impact.

Resources Mentioned In The Episode:

Episode timestamps:

[02:24] Living Fully in all aspects of life (the 8 Fs) and living life to the fullest

[06:18] Defining your calling, mission and what you want to be remembered for

[09:05] “To whom much is given, much will be required.”

[10:19] Is there a formula to success, and what is it?

[11:45] Intentionality and managing time

[13:28] Doing the hard work of thinking, planning and deciding

[14:42] Warren Buffet’s difference in millionaires and billionaires

[15:43] Achieving goals or not depends on how you spend your time

[16;59] It’s all about preparing to win

[18:21] Purpose and the 8 F’s to live fully in all aspects of life

[19:50] Setting goals toward a clear direction

[23:32] Grit and the passion and perseverance for long term goals

[24:04] Growth mindset and the belief we can change

[26:03] “If not you, then who? If not now, then when?”

Connect with Patrick O’Donnell

Transcript

* This transcript was mostly generated by AI, so please excuse any mistakes, and enjoy!

00:00:00] Patrick: Hello and welcome to Live Fit, Ignite Change. We’re together as a community, we inspire each other to live a fit life, ignite the change we wish to see and thrive in all areas of life. 

 [00:00:16] Patrick: Ready to design an ideal life? It all starts with being intentional about it, and that’s what we cover in today’s episode. Don Wenner, CEO of DOP Capital, amassed over 4 billion in assets before the age 38. Yet he shares that it doesn’t matter if you’re not famous in your own home. 

 [00:00:36] Patrick: This episode includes an excerpt of his talk on Intentional Living from a live event, our Living Fully Day, which is a day devoted to living fully in all aspects of your life. So you can walk away with the five keys to success, significance, and happiness, and the tools to make your vision a reality. This is perfect timing for anyone looking to set and achieve big goals in a new year, a new project or create change to make an impact.

 [00:01:07] Patrick: Changing our world does not happen at once. It does not happen alone. It takes a committed group to be the change we wish to see. So together, we rise above negative influences to lead by example, making a positive impact at home and around the world. You can learn more. Join us and get show notes at livefitignitechange.com or for short, livefic.com

 [00:01:32] Patrick: All right. Hello, here we are Living Fully Day. You guys ready to rock? All right. Welcome. Gotta thank everybody for being here, Living Fully Day, obviously today, where we live fully in all aspects of our lives. 

 [00:01:50] Patrick:  And it’s gonna be a pretty incredible day. We’re gonna bring Don up here in a minute to talk about living fully and living intentionally and wanting to, you know, just be part of the world where we can make a difference, make an impact, and I think that’s what this is really all about so we can make a difference together.

 [00:02:07] Patrick: First, I wanna be able to welcome all these that are joining us online, obviously here in this room, online, the offices, any of our elite members, prosperity members, anybody joining us. Thank you for coming out today. So it should be a pretty amazing day.

 [00:02:23] Patrick: All right. What is living fully? I think we all know that living fully is obviously one of our core values here at DOP where we say it is our quest for excellence and the pursuit of our passions applies to all aspects of our lives. That’s our faith, family, friends, finances, fitness, fulfillment, freedom, and fun. We strive to live life to the fullest.

 [00:02:48] Patrick: And we talk about living fully today. Yes, it’s a day. Yes, we come together to do all this, but the point is it’s more than just a day. This is really about starting the habit, starting the routines, getting the tools and the tricks and everything that you can do to start applying this each and every day so you truly can live the life that you have always imagined. So that was what our DOP Living Fully Well-being Program is all about. And we’ll be kicking off even more things after today, which you’ll hear about as we go through the day. All right, so with all that, you guys ready to go?

 [00:03:22] Audience: Yes!

 [00:03:23] Patrick: Awesome. Well, I have the incredible pleasure, privilege to introduce Don. He was talking about intentional living, how to live fully achieving success, significance and happiness through intentionality so we can live fully. And I mean, what better person to present on this, right? I don’t know if I know anyone in this world that is more intentional than Don. And he is so good at leading by example in what he does here for all of us, making an impact with our team members, all of our prosperity and elite members, the world and his family. That’s what I love to see. I mean, making that impact here, at workplace, at home, around the world. And just a wonderful way to lead by example. And with that, we’ll pass it over to Don. Take us away.

 [00:04:11] Don: Thank you, Patrick. So I’m gonna talk some of the things I’m gonna kick off here a little bit with. You’ve heard before, right? We’ve presented at Living Fully Day and other events on tools like the Personal Compass, the Life Assessment. I also, I believe one time so far, I presented once on what I call the Five Keys to Success, Significance, and Happiness. And as I’ve presented on these different tools and these big picture kind of ways about setting really big goals and having purpose to our lives and going out and achieving ’em, I got asked by somebody a few months ago, I he was like, “Well, Don, it’s really great and it is impressive, but it seems a little bit overwhelming. How do you do it?” Or like how do you actually do all this? How do you pull all these different things together? How do you make time for it all? How do you fit in all this travel and all these things you do? How do you do it?

 [00:05:02] Don: So that person is actually the most intentional person I know, Lloyd Reeb, who’s the founder of Halftime. And he asked me to present my ‘how do I do that’ to a group of people in this organization, Halftime. And so literally, what I did is I presented on a… basically a few Google sheets that I’ve been using for years to put it into action. And I realized that when I presented that, I’d never shared these with anybody before. I’d never created them for the purpose of sharing. They’re just tools I had put in place to keep myself organized and to help me actually incorporate all of the big goals and dreams into action.

 [00:05:45] Don: And so I’m gonna lay the groundwork first, but I’m gonna walk you through here a bit to the actual tools. We’ve turned them now into templates. Probably, all of you guys and Patrick confirmed for this morning. We’ve never talked about these still at DOP, and I’ve never shared these tools that I’ve been using with all of you. So after I chat here for a little bit, we’ll take questions, then we’re gonna go into breakouts, with our huddle teams and have time to actually use these tools. And it’s gonna be a perfect lead-in to Trav Bell later this afternoon as well, which I’ll touch on.

 [00:06:15] Don: All right. So first some of this, again, you’ve seen before, but I’ll set the stage a little bit. These first stages are some of my why, my calling, my mission. What I wanna remember for these are parts of the personal compass. So anybody who hasn’t created the personal compass really recommends you to do so. And even if you have, it’s never a finished document. It’s never done. In fact, you’ll see my personal BHAG and my mission statement actually changing here shortly when next time I share them as I’m constantly looking at what I wanna accomplish and refining. How I’m gonna go about doing so. So I really encourage you to take the time and it’s a great time. As we move into the season of gratitude, we move into the holidays, move into a new year, take time to really think what is your mission? What are you are called to do?  As Bo likes to say,  “The two greatest days in your life, the day you were born and the day you find out why.”

 [00:07:09] Don: One of the biggest ways that I think about what I’m here to do is what I wanna be remembered for. And one of the ways people… I’ve heard people say before is ‘living for a eulogy instead of a resume.’  And when you think about that, when the day comes for me, I hope it’s in 112 years or 150. But when I’m not here anymore and people are at my funeral, what do I want people to think? What do I wanna be remembered for? And it’s probably not that you close a certain number of deals or you achieve some certain title in your job. It’s probably something more, more meaningful.

 [00:07:45] Don: And as Patrick said, I get the pleasure  and the opportunity that people think I have something interesting to say right now because of the success we’ve had at DOP and I get to go stand on stage and and to large groups and people want to wanna listen to what I have to say. But none of that matters if I’m not… if my kids and my family don’t think I’m equally cool, right? If you guys think I’m really cool, but my family thinks, “Wow, he’s never here. I don’t really know him. He’s not   doing what he’s out there telling others he’s doing.” They’re not feeling that. What I say to you guys is reality, none of it matters. So that’s what I start off by, what I’ll be remembered for as a reminder to myself, I wanna be most famous in my own home.

 [00:08:27] Patrick: So to reiterate this here, this is a great opportunity to take time to figure out your mission, where you wanna make an impact and how you can be famous in your own home. These are all the things that we talk about a lot here on this podcast and that we have in our Fit Life membership where we work together to build an ideal life. As Don continues, he’ll mention several tools and we’ll link to those in the show notes for this episode at live fit ignitechange.com/intentionality. And you can always certainly check out deeper dives into these topics that we covered in other podcast episodes. So with that, we’ll dive back in.

 [00:09:05] Don:  So, a quote that one of my favorite verses quotes is, “To whom much is given, much will be required.” And everybody here in this room, everybody on Zoom, we live in the greatest country on earth that may be the best time ever to be alive. We’re all, for the most part, healthy.  We have great access to information, to knowledge, to resources. In an organization that provides you access to tools and knowledge and resources. And we’re all successful, right? We don’t hire unsuccessful people here at DOP.  But are you maximizing your gifts? Your abilities? What you’re capable of doing each day?

 [00:09:42] Don: Are you kind of floating through comfortable not challenging yourself because things are easy. Another way to think about it, are you using your gifts? The opportunities you have fully? And that’s what I think of living fully, right? Am I using my life, my blessings, my relationships, my opportunities, my skills and abilities to the fullest. In all areas of my life. In the pursuit of figuring out how to maximize my abilities, and gifts, and opportunities and equally as much, so that I could help make sure my children do. And so I can teach and help all of you.

 [00:10:19] Don: So, for a long time, I spent time listening to really successful people, meeting really successful people, spending time with them, learning their stories, hearing from them and trying to figure out what is the… is there a formula? What is the formula to success? What are the things, right? Sometimes it seems like a mystery to a lot of us. Well, why is that person so incredibly successful? What’s so special about them? What did they do so well? And sometimes we think, “Oh,” we discount it and say, “Oh, they must have came with from a silver spoon and they had some advantage, some natural skills that I don’t have.”  If only I was a little bit taller, I could be a basketball player. They have some sort of blessing that you don’t have and it’s easy to discount it. Or it just seems like a mystery. I don’t know. But we all have the same number of hours in the day. We all have the same amount of time on this… each week, each month, each year. But some people accomplish a lot more with that time. They’re doing a lot more, achieving a lot more, getting a lot more fulfillment out of their lives.

 [00:11:23] Don: And I’ve talked about this I think once before here at at DOP., but I’ve come up with this formula and the way I like to think about it is their choices, or in other words, and I think of them as commitments that you get to choose to make. And those five keys you might remember, start off, first and foremost with intentionality, which is what I’m talking about this morning.  I’m working on it. Good.

 [00:11:45] Don: So intentionality is the main topic I want to touch on. I’ll hit on the other four briefly, but we all know today… Who here doesn’t feel they don’t have enough time? Anybody not feel they don’t have enough time? A couple.  So we all feel that, right? Everybody says, “I wish I had more time. I wish… I just can’t fit anything else in. I’m just running so hard. I’m just overwhelmed. We should just have a couple more hours each day.”  There’s not a person that’s… the number one question I get asked by people is how do you fit it all in? How do you get it all done? How do you manage your time? When we ask questions like for a day and different things, the number one challenge people are generally having is they don’t have enough time, right? But everybody feels is their problem is they don’t have enough time.

 [00:12:29] Don: But as you’ve heard me talk about before, the average American spends three hours a day watching television, over two hours a day on social media. That’s over five hours a day just on social media and television. Right?  And if you’ve ever known from any of these surveys or things, people actually under-report what they actually do. So it could be even, even higher.

 [00:12:51] Don:  so people find time to do things that they want to do. Often, they find time to do the things that are easy to do. It’s easy to scroll through social media. It’s easy to sit back and watch television. It’s also easy just to do the things we’re really good at doing in our jobs. Answering emails or dealing with issues as they pop up. It’s much harder to intentionally focus on the things that will really make a difference. Hence the quote there by Tim Ferris, “Being busy is akin to being sloppy with your time.” So even if you’re thinking, “Hey, well, I don’t sit and watch three hours of television day. I don’t sit there and do two hours of social media day.”

 [00:13:28] Don: Those are obviously low-hanging opportunities for many people to cut down on, to have more time for productivity. But where are you spending time that might be semi productive but you’re not maximizing the opportunities. You’re not doing the hard work of thinking and planning and deciding why you’re doing what you’re doing.

 [00:13:47] Patrick: To chime in again here, this willing to do the hard work is another key point we talk about often here. I heard Brooke Castillo talking about how bodybuilders love to lift heavy things, that they see big weights in the gym as a challenge so it’s fun for them to lift because they’re good at it. So her point is to enjoy the hard parts, the hard work, and view challenges as the things that are enjoyable. So you can experience the reward of the strength they bring. Because the more you challenge yourself, the more you expand your capacity in life. And hang on to the end of the episode for more on that. For now, let’s jump back in.

 [00:14:25] Don: We all fall into these little traps where we’re spending time on things that we haven’t taken in a moment to step back and say, “Why am I even doing this? Does this have any value?” Or does it have… maybe it has value, but  is it the greatest use of my time, the greatest use of my abilities, the greatest opportunity for where I can spend my time?

 [00:14:42] Don: Warren Buffet said the difference between millionaires and billionaires, billionaires say no more often. They’re more disciplined on what, where they choose to invest in. And that applies to our time as well. You can’t be great at everything, right? You can’t have 30 hobbies. You can’t do every single thing that maybe you’d enjoy doing. But figuring out what are the things that are most aligned with my goals, most aligned with what I wanna accomplish in my time here on earth, and focusing our energy and effort there.

 [00:15:13] Don: And that’s what intentional living is about. Figuring out and deciding what do I wanna accomplish in this lifetime? And going out there and setting the appropriate goals and putting the disciplines and action into our actual schedule, which is what I’m gonna predominantly talk about here today is the big challenge that most people never do. The difference  between dreams and, and goals is writing ’em down  and having ’em clearly stated.

 [00:15:43] Don: But the difference between people who achieve their goals and not are the people who set their goals and don’t achieve them, never connect those goals with how they spend their time. They go and set, you do all the work and do a life assessment and fill out a compass, and you get really clear on what you wanna accomplish in this life, but you don’t change how you spend your time, you’re not gonna change the output, you’re not gonna change the results. And that’s what we’re gonna gonna get into how do you put these goals and these things you wanna accomplish into our actual lives, into our actual schedule,

 [00:16:12] Patrick: Adding in again here. It’s using tools, schedules, and habits to set these big goals and to make them happen with consistent daily action.

 [00:16:22] Patrick: In episode 12 on this podcast, we took a deep dive into life assessment and goal designing. In episode 6, we covered the elite journal and how it’s the framework for big goal achievement. You can listen to those for full details, but for a quick summary now, it’s all about getting in the right state of mind to cast a big compelling vision for the future. And then working backwards to create milestones along the way. For the year, the quarter, and then biweekly milestones, and from there, the daily habits and routines that enable you to take the action needed to achieve your goals. So it’s about preparing to win and taking the daily action to do so. With that, let’s continue.

 [00:17:04] Don: You guys all have heard me say this a lot, most people have the will to win, few have the will to prepare to win. That’s what intentional living is about. The focus time to get really clear to think, right?

 [00:17:14] Don: One of the hardest things for us to do, and there’s lots of studies to say it’s getting harder and harder for the average person to do, is to slow down, stop and think. Stop and think. It’s much harder than it sounds, right? The stats are we check our phones, we slide our phones on something like 363 times a day. And we touch our phone thousands of times a day. We’re so trained to want to have something to focus on, something to entertain us  all the time. The ability to entertain ourselves to stop and think, and get clear about what I wanna accomplish. That’s the preparation.

 [00:17:51] Don: Take the time to think, “Oh, I don’t have time to fill to accomplish. I don’t have time to assess my life. I don’t have time to do these things.” To me, the craziest thing to imagine is that people say they don’t have time to think about or to plan out what they wanna accomplish in their life. It’s so backwards when you take a moment to stop and think about it that I’m too busy, running around like crazy, not knowing where I’m going to decide that. But that’s how most people live.

 [00:18:21] Don: So the second component of the five keys is clear purpose. This is part of the compass figuring out. As I said, the most important day you were born and the day you find out why. Why are you here? What are you called to do? What do you wanna accomplish in this lifetime? That’s what we developed the personal compass to start off helping you figure out the eight Fs as we’re talking about here on Living Fully Day. Getting clear about your core values in your family or in your life.  Getting clear if you’re in a state of life today with your family, what your mission is for your family, what you wanna accomplish together, what you wanna accomplish in your life, individually. Deciding, this is one of my favorite ones I mentioned before. What do you wanna be remembered for? Such an awesome question that most people in the world wouldn’t be able to answer. What do you want me to remember for?

 [00:19:06] Patrick: So, real quick to add on purpose here, we’ve had other training sessions and podcasts on this. The 8 F’s to live fully in all aspects of life are faith, family, friends, finances, fitness, freedom, fulfillment, and fun. And for the compass, what this is referring to is the personal compass. Just like a compass gives you direction, you can create your personal compass to provide direction in life. And you can come up with a family compass as well.

 [00:19:31] Patrick: For my example, I’d want people to remember that I lived life to the fullest, was fully present with my family, created countless memorable adventures, and was a model of health and fitness and made a lasting impact on the world by empowering millions to live their best life. And now, we’ll continue with the third key.

 [00:19:50] Don: Third is goals. We’re very big at DOP on setting goals. But those goals are a lot less valuable. They’re not towards a clear direction. And that’s the whole business concept of rocks are supposed to help us achieve our goals for the year, right? And our goals for the year are supposed to help us achieve our long-term BHAG and goals, right?

 [00:20:08] Don: I love this quote by Andrew Carnegie, “If you want to be happy, set goals that command your thoughts, liberate your energy, inspire your hopes.”  Another great quote that I heard recently that I love is, “Success is getting what you want. Happiness is wanting what you get.” Maybe because I heard that one before, but I thought that’s a pretty cool thing about that. Success is getting what you want. Happiness is wanting what you get. For what you have. So we have a tool of life assessment to go and assess.

 [00:20:38] Don: When I tell about life assessment to people outside of DOP, Patrick is always my example. And I always talk about Patrick and I say, “So if I was Patrick and I had an eight pack, and I’m in amazing shape,” naturally, if I was gonna go and set goals, I’d probably be setting all these goals about my fitness. That would be my natural thing. If I said, “Hey, go set some goals for next year. I’m gonna set all these goals about my fitness.” But if I go and do the life assessment exercise, and I realize I’m a 10 in my fitness, but I’m a four in my family, that’s gonna help me reframe where I should be setting goals, right?

 [00:21:14] Don: The reason Patrick is in such great shape is because he’s prioritized fitness in his life. He probably has fitness down. He probably doesn’t need goals on that ’cause he’s already built the rhythms and routines in his life, to have that area of his life taken care of. And that’s the purpose of the life system to look and say, “Where am I falling short?” And the areas you’re falling short are the areas you’re naturally not gonna set goals around typically because you haven’t been focused on it.

 [00:21:40] Don: So that’s what the assessment is. You guys all know this assessment already. And Angel’s working hard to get this into EESTools, but we have, of course, the great template for this. And then to go about setting specific goals around the different areas of life. So we’re not gonna have the time, or have a focus session on this. But again, as we sit here in the middle of October coming into a new year, it’s a great time to be going back and doing life. Setting new goals and updating or creating your personal compass.

 [00:22:07] Don:  My last note on personal compass and goals is this. And if so, if you were thinking about goals, I encourage you to start big and then get small. You start with the long-term goals. What do you wanna do this year? What do you wanna do this quarter?

 [00:22:20] Don: And my favorite kind of goal setting exercise outside of BHAG came from the gentleman I mentioned before named Lloyd Reeb, and you guys have probably heard me say this before, but the way to think about is, imagine, Larry and I are sitting on a park bench in 30 years. Larry says to me, “Don, how did the last 30 years of your life go?” What would be the things that will have to have happened for me to be able to say to Larry, “Last 30 years of my life were perfect.”

 [00:22:49] Don: That doesn’t mean I’m not gonna have trials and tribulation. It doesn’t mean I’m not gonna have losses and challenges. But what are the things that if they happen over these 30 years, I’ll be able to say these last 30 years were perfect. What are those life numbers, those metrics, those things that will have happened.  And it’s such a great way to think about and frame life because Patrick said earlier, if you envision it and you set those goals, you can accomplish anything, especially over 30 years if you’re intentional about it.

 [00:23:19] Don: So BHAG is you guys are well aware of. And then as we get into personal accomplishment, we set five year and 20 year and hundred year goals. Even if you’re not planning to be here in a hundred years, you still set goals for what you want your legacy to be, what you want your family to be, what will have been accomplished after your time here on Earth. Then we get to grit. We all know this one. One of our core values. So I’m not gonna spend a lot of time on that, but that’s the fourth key.

 [00:23:44] Patrick: Or a bit more on grit. This is passion and perseverance for long-term goals, living life and the pursuit of your goals like a marathon, not a sprint, and having the discipline to continue to work toward their achievement. We covered this fully in episode 10 of this podcast. So now, back to key number five.

 [00:24:04] Don: And then finally is growth mindset. And the belief that we can all change, we can grow, we can get better. If you’re willing to work hard enough, and you’re willing to learn, it’s amazing what can be accomplished.

 [00:24:17] Don: And if you guys haven’t been with us since we read ‘Mindset by Carol Dweck,’ highly recommended. Really phenomenal book, and we all have these fixed mindsets in different areas of our life thinking we can’t do better here. This is just who we are. This is just… I’m just not good at that. I’m just not that organized or you might be thinking what I’m talking about this day, “Oh, it works for… but I’m just not good at goal setting. I’m just not that disciplined.” That’s a fixed mindset. You can become more disciplined.

 [00:24:46] Don: I had a gentleman in a meeting, I was with… Tuesday, a Tiger 21 meeting. I was a presenter, actually. I was a presenter on philanthropy. And when I did my presentation, they shared out my PI with the whole group. And the gentleman in the group, and he’s known me now for a few years and I’ve presented on a number of different things. He says, “I can’t believe that you have a low D,” he said. “Because low D means you’re not organized. It’s gotta be wrong because you’re not an organized person. You’re very naturally unorganized and undisciplined, national personality, but you have all this structure and discipline. I don’t understand it. It can’t be the case.” He says, “I don’t hire people with low Ds in my organization.”

 [00:25:30] Don: But my point is and I told him, I said, “Yeah, I grew up I wasn’t that organized. You know, my mom would surely tell you that I wasn’t organized.” But you know, I decided that being disciplined and organized was really critical to achieving what I wanted in this life. And I’ve built tools and used tools and give those tools to you guys to help me stay organized and I’ve grown in that area even though it’s not naturally something I’m good at. So we can all get better and grow in an area if you make it a priority.

 [00:26:03] Don: I wanna wrap up with this quote, “If not you, then who? If not now, then when?” And I encourage you to just think about that right now. Whatever you want to accomplish in your life, whether it’s crystal clear to you today or not, just think about you have special abilities, talents, relationships, opportunities to make a difference. So if not you, then who’s gonna do it? Whatever that is that you’re passionate about doing, whether that’s big, changing something in the world or making a positive impact on your kids, or your family, or a sister or a brother or a cousin or your neighbor or somebody who could use your special abilities and talents, and and if not now, then when? Take action today from this meeting today. You’re gonna be inspired, and motivated, and learn a lot and be energized today. And turn that into action today.

 [00:26:49] Patrick: All right. You heard it? If not you, then who? If not now, then when? It’s time to take action. There were quite a lot of resources we covered in here that will all be linking in the show notes at livefitignite change.com/intentionality. Including all the other episodes with deeper dives into many of these topics. Episode 5 on the Elite Journal, 10 on Grit, 12 on Life Assessment and Goal Designing. And the previous episode, number 18 On Overcoming Fear to Achieve Goals.

 [00:27:19] Patrick: And all of this is part of our Fit Life challenge where we work together to design an ideal life. You can join us @fitlifechallenge.com. So with all of this, I trust you’ll intentionally take the time to focus on where you want to make an impact back into the steps for how you’re going to get there and put  yourself in God’s hands and take massive action to make it happen.

 [00:27:44] Patrick: If you resonated with this and would like to go deeper to live fit and ignite change in your life, you can get started for free at livefitignitechange.com/start where you can join our community of high performers and get access to our kickstart resources for free. You can get plugged in at livefitignitechange.com/start. Or for short livefic.com/start.

 [00:28:09] Patrick: Also, my family and I, we’re igniting the change that we wish to see. We were sick of all the processed, sugar loaded foods and drinks marketed to us, especially to our youth. So we’re developing a line of truly delicious, grain-free, sugar-free products that student athletes and on the go adults love as part of our Inrive performance nutrition brand. Learn more and join the Inrive Insiders for free to be the first to hear about samples, launch parties, and specials@inrive.com. That’s I-N-R-I-V-E.com.

 [00:28:43] Patrick: Thank you so much for tuning in and please, be sure to like, share, rate and review this show. That’s what’s needed to help us reach more and serve more. So together we truly can ignite the change that we wish to see. Thank you for your help. I hope you make it an outstanding day and go forth to light, love, serve the world and live the life you’ve always imagined.

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