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Create your own coaching style with Jenni Anne

Jenni is a Created Coach Method graduate who is trained in many modalities that she has combined with her CCM tools to create a unique coaching style. In this episode we chat about Jenni’s experience inside CCM, her thought process behind combining her tools, limiting beliefs she overcame along the way, and more.

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Brooke: Welcome to the podcast. I’m excited to have you here today. 

Jenni: Thank you. I’m so excited to be here, to chat with you to recap. So good. 

Brooke: And everyone who’s listening. We, there was an episode a few weeks ago that Jenni did where me for her podcast. And then I put that on this podcast. So you may have already heard Jenni, if you recognize her voice.

This is her it’s it’s correct. But today we’re going to chat a little bit about create a coach. So you’re a creative coach graduate, and I want to chat just a little bit about the costs and how you have incorporated the tools that you have learned in the credit coach method into the other modalities that you’re training, because you’re trained in quite a few different things.

And I have been able to experience you. Incorporating your different modalities. Like I’ve been through sessions with you. They were amazing. Love them. And so I want to share what that’s like for people, because one of the main things that I like to teach and talk about in creative coach is. People are going to want to work with you for you.

You don’t have to do things the way that you’ve seen other people do them. And you can create something that doesn’t exist before you can be trained in a few different things and then combine them all to create an amazing experience for your clients. So that’s the gist of what we’re going to chat about today.

First of all, I want to talk a little bit about created coach. And can you let us know why you decided to even do a coach certification at all? What was the kind of, what were you thinking and feeling at that moment? 

Jenni: Hmm, absolutely. So. I like my story, like real brief is that I had a burnout in 2018 and I knew that working in corporate life was just not my forever.

It wasn’t even, I didn’t really choose it. Like the corporate life chose me. I fell in, fell into it. And I knew that I really wanted to help people and to really support people in creating a better lives for themselves. And especially people who have maybe gone down a similar path to me that, you know, you kind of fall into.

Into patterns. And you’re told that you have to go to university and you have to do these things and you have to like follow the blueprint. And I was just really like, this is, this is not how it needs to be. And I’d kind of first heard of coaching through Tony Robbins. I’m sure a lot of people can connect with him.

Like he’s really big on the NLP. He’s not, maybe not everybody would be his biggest fan. I know I definitely have learned a lot from him, but his style is very, like, I don’t want to say aggressive, but it’s very like it’s in your face. But this is when I first heard of coaching and I was like, okay.

I this, this, this is what I want to do. Like this is talking to people. This is connecting with people. And I know that I can talk to people from my experience, but is that really going to be helping people to. Understand their experience, like, just because I went through it doesn’t mean that I’m an expert, I’m an expert for my experience.

And I was just feeling that in order to truly be able to connect with people and to be a guide and to be of real support for their transformation. I need it. I need to go and do my own education. And I knew that I didn’t want to spend like four years going to university doing psychology, or this is just not the path for me also, because I want to focus more on the future.

A lot of stuff I do also connects with the past because sometimes I think we have to, we have to look back a little bit to understand so we can move forward. But essentially I’m looking forward, we’re looking at where we’re going rather than where we’ve always come from. And so that’s when I started looking for coaching certifications, I started hearing about the ICF, the international coaching Federation.

Because of course, as soon as you go into Google and you type in coaching certification, you’re going to get the Udemy and all of these like hundred Euro, a hundred dollar programs. And I was just kind of like. This isn’t really going to cut it. Like this is not gonna have the information that I need to actually help people.

And then when I found, created coach method, I instantly fell in love with the whole program, because first of all, I was like, oh, I can do this from home. Like, I don’t need to be anywhere because I, I live in Germany. And so I was also worried that. I’m only going to find German courses and I’m going to have to be there in person.

So having that online availability was perfect for me, but I also love the fact like with all of the modalities that were taught, like you really get given this beautiful choices. Of what you, how you can support people. And from there you can also take what works for you, right? You don’t have to use all of them, but you can actually just experienced so many of them to be able to, to understand how you feel about them.

Cause that’s also really important for, for helping people. But yeah, I feel like I gave you a really long answer. But yeah, I was just really feeling like I need to have. Certification not to have the stamp of the certification, but to actually be resourced to, to do the work that I wanted to do.

Brooke: There are so many nuggets in what you’ve just said. First of all, the one you just reiterated about needing the education, because you were an expert in your own transformation and that’s all well and good, but there are so many. Things that you need to learn when you are even being the guide, you need to learn how to listen.

You need to learn how to let your client lead the way you need to learn how to stop thinking about your own shit when you’re in your client sessions. Like there are so many things. That if you don’t know that you don’t know them, then you’re going to like do these things in your session. So it’s so great that you, you knew that you needed the education and like that you prioritize that you put your clients first by training yourself and getting trained.

And another thing that I really love that you said was that you didn’t want to go to university and study psychology and that you wanted to do. You knew the distinction there between like psychology and therapy. Helping people process their past and coaching is helping people set goals for the future.

And yes, we do have to look back to, to move forward. But in coaching, we’re not helping people process their past traumas, their past experiences we’re legally not allowed to. So that’s awesome that you, you know, that and and that you want to help people move forward. Because if you think that like, oh, I want to help people with their, their life and.

Coaching. And then you go and get a psychology or a therapy, psychology degrees. I think that’s what it’s called. Psychology degree, whatever you become a therapist. And then you realize, oh, therapy is all about the past. You’ve made a very like expensive mistake. So yeah, coaching is definitely a future focused.

And we’re going to get into a little bit about. How you can take what you like from the cost, from all of the different modalities. I also think they compliment each other really well. Like even if you only want to use hypnosis, even you can take bits that you learned from an LP and incorporate that into the hypnosis that you do with your clients, but whatever I’m going on, a tangent already, we’ll get into that.

The next question I have is I want to know if there were any internal shifts that you experienced. As a result of experiencing these techniques and learning the techniques, like did any, any insights come up for you? Did you have any kind of like, I dunno, whatever, what does that question bring 

Jenni: up for you?

You know, it’s really funny because actually, if I start reflecting back, there was, what did I do? Was it 2019 or 2020? I don’t remember, but I was still doing 20. Okay. I was still doing a lot of my own, my own staff. And I think at the time I felt little shifts doing some of the techniques. But I was personally still, I had a lot of like blocks within myself.

I was still really this high-performer this wounded masculine really about doing and found it very difficult to receive. So actually when I was going through the certification. It was still really like ticking boxes for me. But I know that the thing, like the things that I learned in there really planted the seeds for how my whole life is being sent my whole life the whole two years since, since then.

For example, with, with EFT, Didn’t know about it before had no idea. And I really, I really utilize that for myself now. And it’s more of a, I think the course at that time gave me, it was like hope. You know, I know that sounds really cheesy, but it was like a hope that an, a belief that there are things and tools out there that I now know for self utilization, whenever I am.

And need whenever I’m in crisis. And whenever that crisis rises, right. That’s where I have to call on my own strength and my own willpower to be able to actually go back to my manual and actually use the tools. Right. I mean, it’s the same with everything just because you buy the app machine doesn’t mean you’re going to use it.

Don’t recommend buying them by the way. But but yeah, so it, it, it was more that going through the course gave me. Planted the seed so that I had that trust that, that there was something there that could help me through through the times, because there was, yeah, there’s been a lot of times where I’ve, where I’ve called on that.

And, you know, even doing my own timeline therapy, even doing my own hypnosis, like I record my own hypnosis as hypnosis, hypnosis plural many times. And, and I think this was the biggest, the biggest shift in terms of my overall being. That has been with me since I love all of that. 

Brooke: Love it. That was amazing.

When you are learning these techniques, it’s always important. And when you’re learning anything, when you’re learning how to be a coach, it’s so important to be your own client. Like to be your, what’s the saying to be your best client, to be your first client. Like you have to learn how to use these tools or yourself.

You need to know. What it’s like to be on the experiencing client end of all of these things and all of these things, everything that you learn and create a coach you can use with yourself on coaching. So in NLP we say that NLP has to do with process, not a do to process. And so whenever I’m talking about like doing an open.

On myself. I’m like, do I do it with myself then? Or am I doing NLP on myself? But when you, I’m going to say, when you’re doing these techniques on yourself, you get to experience what it’s like. Not only that, but you can also teach your clients how to do it for themselves, between sessions with you. So you’re empowering them to.

Be in control of their own lives and not rely on you for these magic tools that only the coach can do. 

Jenni: Oh, absolutely. I mean, that’s the mission, right? Like self agency. How do you support people to come to a place where they, they have their own toolkit and that doesn’t mean to say that someone comes to one session and you just give them a quick rundown of like, okay, so here you go.

And here’s your steps. One to 10, have a nice life. Like people like coaching. Coaching is there for life and coaching. Like there’s many different variations of coaches that can support you through so many different experiences, things that are happening in your life. Maybe you don’t see a coach for six months one year, but then I don’t know, something arises and you need to, you want what not need to, but like you, you choose to go back and you’ll learn something new.

But I mean for, for a client she’s, she’s, she’s got something happening this week and I just sent her a video message with EFT explaining, this is what you’re going to do. This is, this is the process. This is what you’re going to say. This is how you’re laid it all out for her, like a seven minute video.

And now she has that, that she can use. Whenever she wants. And I mean, with EFT, of course you can go on YouTube. You’ll find loads of videos. But not all of them are necessarily following the same process that we’re taught. Good, nor bad. Like there’s no labels there, but there is just like with a lot of things there’s maybe one way, which is a little bit more, more powerful and personal.

And then. Your generic things again, not good nor bad, but yeah, just, just to kind of share that from we are, we’re not like the gatekeepers for, you know, the, your future where we’re opening the door for you and guiding you through to have a look also at what. With you, because maybe someone doesn’t like EFT and so it’s not going to feel good for them.

And so it’s not going to be powerful, but yeah, just kind of sharing, sharing what we have. So people can actually create their own toolkit for self-service not to help others because he needs to go and get your own, like, go, go do your work and go through the process to be able, if you want to be a coach 

Brooke: Yeah.

Coaching is about empowering our clients. It’s not about being the expert. It’s not about saying the right thing. It’s not about knowing all this stuff. It’s not about giving advice. It’s not about telling your client what’s to do it’s about saying, Hey, here’s how you can find your own solutions or even better.

How do you think you can find your own solutions and here’s some tools to help you along the way? I think a lot of coaches don’t necessarily know that. I think maybe because of the Instagram space online space, where we’re all told to be the expert, be a thought leader, be an expert, be this, be that.

And then the authority. Yeah. Like, like we’re here to just tell our clients what to do and they have to depend on us. And we have to show that we know everything. Like there’s a time and a place for that. I think when. When potential clients, maybe we’ll come to your Instagram and see that, oh, this person does know a lot about NLP.

Great. I’m going to do a training with her. And then there’s a difference between me being in a session with a client and being like, no, this is how you have to do it. I’m the expert. I know how to do this. So this is the actions that you’re going to take in your life. Like. That’s the wrong way. Let’s just call that the wrong way.

Jenni: a spade, a spade. Yeah. 

Brooke: As you were learning these tools and things like that did, and things like that, as you were learning these tools, I’m doing really good with words today. As you were learning all of these things, did anything stand out to you the most or. 

Jenni: You mean in terms of like, which tool was the most?

Brooke: Yeah. Like as you were learning, like nurses, time techniques, EFT in the credit coach method, were there any, or was there one that stood out to you the most, or that you connected with the most 

Jenni: who are, you know, I found NLP, I understood the theory. But practical wise, like it takes a bit of time. And even now it’s still a, it’s still a process and it’s still a learning because it’s big, right.

It’s language. And it’s like learning a whole other language in a way. I think the one that really struck me the most was hypnosis. But if I look really across all of them, maybe less about EFT, but what really struck me was the power of the subconscious mind. And. Understanding the fact that we are just running on programs and we are not defined by those products.

We can change programs, just like you change your Netflix show. Like we have the power to do that. It may not be as easy as changing something on Netflix, but it also is that easy, you know, it’s not necessarily a difficult process. It just comes down to you as an individual and. What energy you want to put behind it?

But yeah, for me, hypnotherapy was the most, really stuck out. I don’t know if that’s because as, as I was younger, I used to love these like stage hypnotherapy, which is not the same, just to like clarify, but I love this kind of magic feeling. I don’t know if that’s why I was more drawn to it, but I think because it’s so powerful, it really working with the subject. This is where I was like, that’s, that’s my jam 

Brooke: hypnosis is really awesome. I think when you learn how simple it actually is, like, it’s simple in a way that once you learn how to do it, it becomes simple very quickly. Obviously the steps to learn how to do it properly, and you need to know how to do it properly. But once you do it’s, it’s so simple in application.

I think that’s just, it, it’s just such a simple tool to use with your clients, but it has such profound effects. It’s, I’ve experienced it. Like even before I even was a trainer of NLP and hypnosis, I had experienced hypnosis a long time ago and it changed my life. For a fear of flying, like nothing too crazy.

It was a fear of flying. And I think that’s why so many people are drawn to hypnosis because we are maybe led to think that it’s this like, woo, magic. Oh my gosh, what’s going on? And then we do it and we’re like, oh my gosh, this is amazing. It’s so quick. So simple and so powerful. 

Jenni: Yes. I love that. And it’s, it’s one of those.

I think what I love really is how personal you can, you can make it for somebody. I mean, you can make all of the techniques, they are, they have to all be personal. Right. But I, I love the, the process of hypnosis, of, of even, you know, going chat, chatting with a client and asking them how they feel about hypnosis and then showing them what it actually is and showing them how powerful. Their mind does, and that their body is really just respect. Like I love all of it.

Brooke: Yeah. Me too. Me too. So how did you envision weaving the tools that you learned inside create a coach into the other modalities that you have that you’re trained in? What was that process like for you? Like, let’s say, even as you were learning where the wheels turning as you were learning the techniques

Jenni: I think they were. I’m trying to remember. I know it wasn’t that long ago, but I’m trying to remember back. I think they were, it was more so what I love, like I’m a, I’m a structure woman. Like I love a good structure. I love really knowing the steps and having a bit of a box as a good foundation as a good way to be like, I am grounded.

I, I know my stuff like I’ve got this always. It’s like my safety net to always come back to but also to build on top and, and as we were learning, I think it was also in the hypnosis. I was learning psychedelic breath at the same time. And I was also really deep and Dr. Joe Dispenza’s work as well. So it all just kind of flowed in and clicked together.

And I was thinking about what I do with the breath work. And how that supports people in connecting more to higher self. And we started learning about the brain waves and the limbic system and emotional blockages and all sorts of stuff. And then I was learning the same things for hypnotherapy when it comes to brainwave has, and the trance state.

And this is where we can make changes in the unconscious. And this was where the biggest, I think, turned for me was like, oh, how, how could I combine these two in the most powerful way to. Really make deep change for people. I think the breath work piece is especially psychedelic, but not just psychedelic breath, but especially psychedelic breath because it’s really activating the nervous.

Is it actually up regulation of the nervous system? So if, if you’re guiding somebody one-on-one, you’ve already had the interview, you’ve had the conversation with them about what they want to achieve. You can guide them really beautifully through their breathwork cycles to support any emotional release that needs to happen.

Of course, being, making sure that, you know, ecology is in place, it’s safe for them. It’s safe for people say for the world, because again, we’re not trauma therapists here but really supporting them with, with what they’re doing. And then that helps them to already get into a really deep trance state.

So we’re already breaking through from the conscious mind, breaking through the analytical mind, and we’re already in the subconscious, which is where the biggest shifts are going to happen. And then I follow the breath, work with the hypnotherapy and they’re already in this receiving phase, right?

They’ve done all of this breath work. They’ve been moving, things, stuff is shifting, and then they start to lay down to receive. And they’re just going to be receiving that. That’s all they have to do. And for me with clients, like this has been the most powerful shifts that have happened for them because after that, they also get the recording of the hypnotherapy and they get to listen to that for, for 21 days, just again, to make sure that things are really you know, we’re firing a wiring, different neuropathways in the brain and in the body. So that, that the, the new behaviors, the new ways that they want to be released. 

Brooke: so I’ve, I’ve experienced a breathwork session or a psychedelic breath session with you. Can you walk us through just a little bit about what it’s like when you do a psychedelic breath session and then the hypnotic language at the end? Just like maybe a step-by-step even for someone who has no idea what breath works. 

Jenni: Sure. So this particular breath works. So I mean, how the process looks, let’s say it can take about two hours just to give a bit of a timeframe there. It’s not like a 30 minute, like in and out. So I have to explain with you, like what the technique is.

We do a warmup to make sure that the lungs are, you know, we’re starting to expand and really drop into the body. This is also where the embodiment piece can come in really powerful. I’ll talk about that in just a moment then. Yeah. I will share with you the techniques, there’s some Contra for this practice because it is super powerful.

So it’s, it’s not, it’s not for everybody, but if it’s not for you, there is alternatives. There’s more gentle breath work that still has the very powerful and positive effect. Then we go through the breathwork cycles and they are combined with, with music. So. Depending on the person and there, you know, I can get a feel also for them usually, or I just take a feeling if it’s a, not a one-on-one client, but just like a group class, like based on a topic, but there’s music to accompany.

And it’s a combination of rapid rhythmic breathing and breath retention. And as you’re doing this process, you’re actually exhaling out a lot of CO2 from the body. And 70% of our toxins are released through the breath. So we start to change our. Blood pH, which makes it more alkaline. Cause we’re getting rid of CO2, which is acidic.

This supports the body with inflammation because inflammation cannot thrive in an alkaline environment. We can support the immune system if you know, like Webb Hoff’s breath work that he does also with the cold therapy and meditation, really powerful to support the immune system. And. Yeah, we, we just kind of go, we go through these, these cycles and then at the end, there’s usually a couple of minutes of just resting.

So it’s more of a chill song. Let’s just say there’s no, not really any vocals. And then what I like to do is I put like theta brainwave music on to again, support from another sense. Yeah, another sense of The support the client to, to just stay, stay deep. Let’s say, because for example, if someone knocks on the door or whatever, you can be a little still going to like, change the hypnotherapy.

Like it’s still going to be fine, cause you’re still in control, but just to really immerse them in the experience. And then once they’re there, I will proceed with the hypnosis. So this is really relaxing. The body really bringing the attention. Into each part of the body. And then we go through hypnotherapy, which when it comes to embodiment, this is the first part of the process it’s like visualization.

So we start to like, get them to visualize like where they want to be and then get them to really feel it as well. This is the second part of embodiment. And then the last part of embodiment is actually. Becoming the embodiment piece. Like you no longer need to think about it, like you just are at, and this would be the end.

The idea, for example after the hypnotherapy, why they listened to the. The hypnosis for 21 days because that’s them, like we said, like rewiring refiring so that they really become, it, become what they want to be. Did that answer the question? 

Brooke: It did. Okay. Perfect. I love it. I love hearing how you’ve really created your own tools.

That you can share with your clients and combining all these different tools that you are trained in. I honestly love hearing this. Like, this is one of the biggest things that I want to get across to anyone, to any coach, not just create a coach students, but to any coach ease. Be unique. It’s so okay. For you to be unique and create your own thing and incorporate all of the cool things that you know.

And so I love hearing your process behind how you figured it out and like put the pieces together in your head and like even going through the process with you, the psychedelic breath session and the hypnotic language at the end. An amazing process. Like I loved it. So I love hearing how you’ve done it and it’s so cool to see that you’ve put, like, you put so much care into it and really thinking about your clients.

So you definitely answered the question. I love hearing about it. As you were doing this, did you have any challenges, any, like, let’s say I hate the word blocks, so let’s not even use that, but like, Fears doubts concerns, anything like that come up when you were putting this all together? Cause I know for a lot of people, they will have fears like imposter syndrome or I haven’t seen anyone else do these or yada yada, yada. Did you have any of that when you were kind of like making your own? 

Jenni: Yes, but it wasn’t because of making my own, it was because I was new. So it was still just like Probably a little bit of imposter syndrome for a while, but for, I got really like, like comfortable with myself and like, no, like, this is what I’ve chosen to do.

And I, this is what I’m here, here to do. And I really believe that. I did have, like, when I first put this together, I gave some. Some free sessions to people just to get feedback and get some testimonials and this kind of thing. And one of the people that I worked with was a man and it didn’t resonate with him at all.

Not like not the, breathwork not the hypnotherapy, but this was actually a really beautiful opportunity for me to learn that my client’s results are not my results. They’re not a reflection of my skill set or who I am or anything like this. It’s just. That was his, that was his result. And, and that’s okay.

And it’s okay that it didn’t work out for him the way that he had hoped. So that’s probably, it’s less of about a fear, but more, just the biggest learning, because I know that. I think if that happened to me like two years beforehand, I would have gone down this slippery slope of like, I’m a failure and I’m not meant to be doing this.

And I’m just going to stay miserable my whole life and my corporate job. And, you know, I would’ve gone on that scale and, and to be probably actually doing the creative coach method training and learning things like NLP is what helped me to reframe and to understand. Yeah, my, my client’s results are their own, like they’re empowered for their own results.

And that’s also the really important thing with coaching is to know that. You’re there as the guide, but you are not the one giving, giving the results. You’re just guiding them through and they’re taking, which is awesome. It’s empowering them. Right. It’s not anything aside from that, that, yeah. 

Brooke: Yeah. That’s such a powerful realization for you to have there to realize. And I kind of want to dig into this just a little, like a little bit deeper here because something is coming up for me. That I think is important to share is that you can’t. Someone else’s result as your results. Like you CA it’s like, you’re crossing, you’re doing, I’m seeing this like crisscross of lines here.

Like, what’s that thing where in school you had to, you had like all the different words and they were. Mismatched. And then you had to draw a line to like the correct word or something like this is kind of the thing that I’m seeing right now. You can’t put someone else’s result as your result of your action, your action produced your result.

Your action was you did a session with your client and your result was you learned something. The session, the client’s action was they attended a breathwork session and he’s resolved. It didn’t produce the result he wanted or whatever, you know, you can’t cross them over in either direction. So that’s a really profound insight for you.

And yeah, I want to just kind of go back a few steps. You said you had maybe a little bit of imposter syndrome until you got comfortable and you, like, you were like, this is what I’m doing. This is what I’ve chosen. What did you have to do to get to that place?

Jenni: As somebody who, and it’s still a process that I am working on, gets validation from things outside of me, looking for the evidence. Like if there’s no evidence than, you know, obviously I’m not meant to be doing it. That’s, that’s been the whole process. And for me it was spending more time. With my own, with my own, with myself, with my tools carving out time in my day to do my practices, that connect me to myself.

Deeply. That was what shifted because imposter syndrome, like it’s going to be there at some point. It will come up again. Like I have no doubt, but this is when calling on my tools that I have in my toolkit is, you know, these moments of crisis. Okay. This is the time where I’m like, okay, this is the moment tools let’s go.

Like, what am I going to use today? So overcoming. That was, yeah, it was really just about turning inwards instead of always looking outwards, because we always think that like, everybody’s looking at us and everybody’s paying attention and they’re just mostly not. And, and mostly like what we are showing on the outside.

Like nobody knows what’s really happening on the inside and on the inside is our job. Right. That’s our job to look after us and to. To make sure that we’re okay. And to be compassionate towards ourselves and to and to love ourselves and to carve out time and space for ourselves. And that was, yeah, I think I went on a less slight tangent here as usual, but yeah, overcoming the imposter is really more about.

Being with yourself and leaning back into to trust that you’ve made the decision for a reason. I mean, you can also go on whole other side and say, you know, what should I say a lot? Like if you didn’t dream it, like if you dream it it’s cause it’s meant for you. Like if it crosses your mind space and through your heart space, it’s meant for you.

It’s not by accident. I mean, maybe as you know, you want it to be a pirate, like I’m not going to say that I recommend. You know, that is there for your future, but you really know within yourself, if it’s the right choice and there’s going to be moments where things are, the hill is a little steeper and it’s going to be a bit more challenging to walk up.

But as I said, this is when you, you call on your tools that you already have to support yourself through those moments. And what works for me a lot now is actually just. Knowing that I’ve been through these similar moments. And like, you know, like I said before, we started our call and it was like, how are you doing?

I’m like, I’m just so like, I just love everything right now. Like, I’m just smiling a lot this week. I don’t know, like, it’s this big shifts and I’m trying to consciously remember like, okay, what is this feeling? How has how what’s going on in my body so that when I am again, in this time of need, I can tap back into what that was to, to guide me through. I love it. I love the tangents, such a tangent talker.

Brooke: It’s so bad. Oh my gosh. Me too. Me too. Every time I get onto a podcast. Where I’m like recording a solo episode. I’m like, okay, by the way, everyone is going to be lots of tangents. Like just 

Jenni: this claimer might not talk about actual title. 

Brooke: I should put my contest, the tangent podcasts, and it’s just me going on tangents.

Like this one right now. Anyway I could talk about this kind of stuff for, for a really long time. But I’m going to leave it here. Thank you so much for sharing your time with us and sharing your experience of what it was like in created coach and how you’ve incorporated, or incorporated these things into your business and how you’re making it your own. Can you let everyone know aware they can find?

Jenni: Absolutely. My main hand place is Instagram. Of course. It’s at, I am. What is my name? I am Jenni N J E N N I a N N E. This is going to have everything there that you need. There’s like that little link, which takes you to the website, takes you to the podcast, takes you to, we clicked everything.

Brooke: So I would just say there. Okay, cool. And can you tell everyone the name of your podcast? 

Jenni: Yes, it, what is the name of my podcast? It is a heart, soul and magic. So it changed this year. It used to be the self love show, which I loved, but of course, as I evolved and grew, sometimes we have to evolve our business as well. So heart, soul, and magic. 

Brooke: Love it. Okay, cool. Thank you so much again, and I’ll leave all of the links and important details in the show notes. So if you want to go and check Jenni out, you can do that. Thank you so much for being here, Jenni.

Jenni: Thank you so much. This is awesome.

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