Ep #261: What It Takes to Build an 8-Figure Coaching Business with Corinne Crabtree

Welcome to the all new Boss Up Podcast!  

I’m excited to announce my introductory guest, Corinne Crabtree!

Corinne is a Master Certified Weight and Life Coach with a mission to help every woman break generational curses in order to improve their personal health and wealth.

In this episode, we discuss entrepreneurship, business growth, and leadership. 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How Corinne built her business from $20 weight loss coaching to an 8-figure company. 

  • The real growth that’s required to scale your business.

  • How to become a leader and manage a successful team. 

  • The truth behind emotional challenges, dealing with personal insecurities, and learning to tolerate and work through crashes and self-doubt. 

In conclusion, Corinne urges new entrepreneurs and coaches to embrace the gritty realities of running a business, emphasizing the need for continuous learning, resilience, and hands-on work ethic.

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Full Episode Transcript:

Ep #261 What It Takes to Build an 8-Figure Coaching Business with Corinne Crabtree

Are you ready to Boss Up? I’m your host, Kim Guillory, and you’re listening to the ultimate podcast that will help you 10X your business. I’ve spent nearly 30 years in a service-based business, and I’m here to provide you with the mindset, strategy, and vision that you need to build a 7-figure business and beyond. Let’s go!

[00:00:00] Kim: Hey there and welcome to the show. I am super excited about this guest. I’ve actually considered inviting Corinne probably about two years ago, and since then, the topic has changed dramatically, but I’m still want to start off with everything that you’ve been doing is still the same. You’ve just expanded into business, which I love to talk about.

[00:00:48] Kim: So I want to, do you want me to introduce you or you want to introduce yourself? You’ve

[00:00:52] Corinne: known me forever.

[00:00:55] Kim: So Corinne and I were actually peers in coach training and that is where I first met her and we’re in that community together for quite a few years. And she was in the weight loss world, which I am part of that membership.

[00:01:07] Kim: And the last, how long has it been? Two years, one or two years, you started moving into business.

[00:01:12] Corinne: 18 months ago is when we started. Yeah.

[00:01:15] Kim: And that came through demand. You responded to that, right? You were so successful. You started training coaches, weight loss coaches. And of course that’s the next step. And so I joined the mastermind.

[00:01:26] Kim: And so I had more time with Corinne and I’m watching the ins and outs of her business. And the reason that I asked her to come on is because of her direct factualness. Like it’s like, let’s just get to what’s really going on behind the scenes. And I knew she would be the perfect, perfect person. As the first guest Corinne, when did you start your business?

[00:01:48] Kim: Like your actual first 5 for weight loss?

[00:01:53] Corinne: Well, it was almost 5. It was only 20 as I was charging for my coaching for a month of coaching. It was back in 2007, 2007.

[00:02:03] Kim: So that is what is it? 30. Oh my gosh.

[00:02:07] Corinne: No, that was, say, 17, 18, years ago. I always have, I, like, I can’t believe I’m 49 years old and I literally just counted on my hands.

[00:02:18] Corinne: Still going strong, counting on my hands. You have fingers, man.

[00:02:21] Kim: Right. So, I’ve heard your story several times, but my guests have not. So, just like, what did it take? To get to, let’s just say the first hundred thousand dollars, because I think that it’s glamorized, the money is glamorized, the make a million is glamorized and you know, you can be a seven, eight figure earner.

[00:02:45] Kim: Let’s talk about the reality of that and, and also agree that it is possible.

[00:02:52] Corinne: Yeah, I do think it’s possible. Like it’s not that it’s impossible, but the problem most people run into number one is patience. It takes a long time to build a business. It takes a lot of courage and it takes a lot of learning stuff.

[00:03:07] Corinne: If you’ve never. If you’ve never built a business, you have such a staunch learning curve and most people don’t have the stomach for all of the learning, all of the trying, all of the doing. So I started, so it literally, when it was 2007, I’d lost my weight. And I didn’t know anything about starting a business.

[00:03:28] Corinne: I had, I was a college dropout. I went to one whole semester. I had eloped with some dude after I turned 18, he wouldn’t work. So I had to drop out of college to be a full time server to support us. So, and that marriage did not last long. I’m not with that douche anymore. But when I decided. That I was, after I’d lost my weight, I was going to help people.

[00:03:50] Corinne: I didn’t know anything. I didn’t know where you would go get them, especially because like, there was like this hint that you could do things online. And so I was really going to figure it out. So I started just posting in a weight watchers message board because I knew that’s where people needed to lose weight.

[00:04:07] Corinne: And so I would just answer questions all day, every day. And after. About two or three months of starting a daily post called ask the trainer. I was getting to where 40 to 50 people a day were asking me questions about losing weight exercise, things like that. And I started a blog. I still didn’t charge any money yet.

[00:04:31] Corinne: Like I’m two to three months in of literally just. Getting used to helping people and understanding it. And then after I started my blog and I, I did it so that I could answer more questions, I was running into a problem, which is fundamental in entrepreneurship. When you’re building a business, you work until you find a problem.

[00:04:51] Corinne: And when you find a problem, you got to find a solution. My problem was I only had two and a half hours a day while my son was in mother’s day out to help these people who wanted my help for free. And I was answering the same questions over and over and over again. And I was like, I don’t have time for that.

[00:05:09] Corinne: If I’m going to answer every question every day, I’ve got to figure out a way to make this repeatable. So I started a blog and I would just link them. To things I’d already answered if it was something I had done, those people started signing up to get like notification when a new blog would come out.

[00:05:26] Corinne: And I remember one day asking my husband and saying, I heard about. People online that train other people to lose weight and they charge for it. Do you think I should do that? Like, like, this is how long ago it was. It was like, I’ve heard of these people, like, it was still weird to do things online, you know, and he’s like, I don’t know, give it a try.

[00:05:53] Corinne: So I had to go, like, look in Yahoo. How do you get paid online? And I had found PayPal. PayPal was kind of new back then for most people. And so I sent an email out to all those people and said I’m, if you would like me to help you one on one. I will email you every day and we can talk about your weight loss.

[00:06:15] Corinne: I’ll help you lose weight. It’s 20 a month and I, the very first day I sent it out, the very first person who emailed me back her name happened to be Corinne Wright, which was my maiden name. And I was like, signed and gone. Here we are like, we should be doing this. So I had like 20 or 30 people take me up on it.

[00:06:36] Corinne: I did it that way for a little bit, but then I ran into the problem of I’m helping these people every single day in emails taking a lot of time. We’re talking about the same crap that I didn’t know I was starting a membership, but I just told everyone I’m going to put you into a Yahoo group. Where we can all see each other’s conversations where you can learn from each other and talk to each other so that you don’t see you’re alone.

[00:07:00] Corinne: And it’s 20 a month. And that’s how I started. I went from 2007 to 2015 only making anywhere from like 15 K a year to 30 K. I mean, but I treated that business as seriously as I would treat. This business that I run today, that’s eight figures. I mean, I showed up. I remember staying up all hours of the night to create workbooks for them on my own because of like my clients need it.

[00:07:33] Corinne: Like I did all the things, everything. And then in 2015, the school we went to, I went and got certified as a life coach because I knew that what I was doing with my people was a lot of helping them with their mindset, but I had, like, no rhyme or reason behind it. I was just basically talking to them all the time and just trying to help them, but you could think this way.

[00:07:58] Corinne: I used to think like that, too. And this is how I approached it. That gave me a framework and it was the first time ever. That somebody told me, like, I remember Brooke asking me, I was the only person in the room who had a business. There was 25 of us and she said, how much money do you want to make this year?

[00:08:19] Corinne: And I was like, what? And she was like, how much money do you want to make this year? And I said, I guess whatever, whatever I get, like, I mean, I didn’t have any idea that I should set money goals, think about my business strategically. None of that. And she just looked at me and she said, like, I’ve watched you all week.

[00:08:39] Corinne: You have a business here. You could make a lot of money. You just need to know how to do it. And I left there with a fire under my ass. I was like, I’m going, I’m going to set a goal. And so when I left, I went home, read some books. I don’t remember what I read, but I started kind of thinking about, well, I should probably learn more about what do you do with a business.

[00:09:03] Corinne: And it coincided with my son who he was. autistic. He was in a private Catholic school, and he was in the sixth grade, and our tuition was like 12, 000 a year. They told me he couldn’t come back, that they loved him, but they just didn’t feel right taking our money because they knew they couldn’t help him.

[00:09:24] Corinne: That he was getting behind, and he would only get more behind if he stayed in that school, and that we needed to find him a better solution. And so the better solution was 50, 000 a year at another school, and we, we weren’t like rolling in no dough. That was going to. Dramatically alter our life. And I was like, Oh no, like.

[00:09:45] Corinne: I am not going back to being poor. I’d already grown up poor. I was like, we are going to keep our date nights. I like being able to go on a vacation every year. I’m going to make money. And then by the time in 2017, so 2015, I met Brooke kind of got more serious. I made the 50 K and in 2017, I made 230 something thousand dollars only because I was sitting there thinking about my business more and like learning how to run a business and telling people about it and just kind of restructuring some things.

[00:10:21] Corinne: Can I ask a question

[00:10:22] Kim: here because it’s such a relevant point is like the years. That you were charging the 20 you got to the 15, 000 and the 30, 000 and had normalized it like, like I actually get paid. I can relate to this so much. It’s almost like an accidental business. And then all of a sudden you realize like, wait, I just fell into business.

[00:10:42] Kim: How did you know? It’s like, what do I do now? And I think this part is missing, especially with new coaches. Cause like I had to open a brick and mortar. Like my business was, was something tangible and that’s how business used to be, you know, back in the day. It was 1997, but they are hearing this, you know, you can make as much as you want, you can do what you want, but they’re missing those first few years that you and I had.

[00:11:07] Kim: And I noticed when they come in and I’m working with new coaches that they’re immediately trying to go to the 150 or like you’re saying 250. How can we help someone who’s listening to this, who actually just doesn’t have the awareness. They just walk into the room. I’m going to say it’s entitlement because that’s kind of like an entitled business owner, like I opened a business.

[00:11:25] Kim: I should make money. How could we speak to that? Or how can you speak to that on just getting someone to see that a little bit differently? Like. I was grateful for those few thousand dollars. It was better than being in my house with five kids and broke as, and I wasn’t going back to the welfare office.

[00:11:41] Kim: So that’s the other thing. Your driver was so strong. Like,

[00:11:44] Corinne: yeah, I think, well, I think for most people, like you just, like, if you’re starting your first online business, like if you’re going to be a coach, you have to be really honest about what you know and what you don’t know. Like you don’t just. Get certified and start telling people and 100, 000 comes rolling in the door.

[00:12:06] Corinne: It takes a lot of talking. You have to learn so much about how to structure your time. You have to overcome so much. Like, I mean, literally, if you want to get clients today, you have to have balls. I mean, you’re going to talk to way more people than you’re ever going to think you need to just to be able to get a few that will pay you.

[00:12:26] Corinne: And so I think like in the early stages, it’s you have to work really hard. And when I say work hard, I don’t mean you got to work thousands of hours, but you can’t be allergic to putting in like a solid 40. Like I watch a lot of the newer coaches who are like. They want to work three days a week. They want to do these things.

[00:12:50] Corinne: I’m like, good freaking luck. I have an eight figure business. I’ll let you know when I work three days a week. Like, it’s just never happened. And it’s not because I’m refusing to turn things over. It’s not because of all that stuff. It is like, business has demands. But one of the It’s a funny story that happened recently with a peer of mine.

[00:13:11] Corinne: What I watch a lot of business owners do, and it does not matter if you’re making zero dollars or you’re making all the dollars, we all think we work all the time, like our swan song is I’m just working all the time. I was like, Hey, do a time study. Let’s just find out where you’re spending all this time.

[00:13:29] Corinne: Like, you know, I’m sure we can find all kinds of information. I do it with my own team. I do it with myself. She came back to me and she just laughed and she said, you know how I was like crying literally in your arms about how I was working all the time. I was clocking 34 working hours a week. I did it for three weeks.

[00:13:48] Corinne: She said, the other hours. I was stewing worrying obsessing. Like she, she was like, I didn’t realize how little actual work I was doing. And so like my thing for all the coaches is always like, You cannot be allergic to actual work in your business. You have to do it. You have to do it when you don’t want to.

[00:14:13] Corinne: You have to do it when you’re tired. You have to do it when you’re scared to death. That’s the hardest part of entrepreneurship. And that first year or two is eight up with that. Like it is constantly overcoming yourself. It is constantly doing that. And it feels like you’re working all the time, but I do believe that even if it’s the first year or two, if you consistently actually put in 40 solid hours a week of working, which means talking to people when you don’t want to, the dreaded cold reach outs.

[00:14:46] Corinne: Like, I don’t know what it is with our coaches, but they’re just like, Oh, a cold reach out is so sleazy. I’m like, it’s not sleazy. It’s what’s required. It’s like you can’t afford to run ads. An ad is a cold reach out, but it’s just you in the feed as a cold reach out. It’s like, now you’re going to have to, and you can do it with class.

[00:15:09] Corinne: There are ways to do it. But you have to learn how to do all that. And then you’re going to have to talk to a lot of people who are going to be like, don’t DM me. I’m not interested to find the few who are going to be like, oh, wow, tell me more about this. So it’s just, I just think that like that first couple of years, it’s just a grind and it’s not a grind because you’re working 80 hours a week.

[00:15:30] Corinne: It’s because you’re probably putting in some rock solid hours of learning and stuff, but you feel dumb. You feel exposed. You feel vulnerable. You feel rejected. It feels risky. You’re scared all the time. That’s the grind.

[00:15:46] Kim: It’s a constant call for creativity and failure, like just on rinse and repeat, rinse and repeat.

[00:15:52] Kim: What’s another idea? What haven’t I tried? Maybe I can try it again. Let me say it a different way and

[00:15:56] Corinne: I think that’s, they think

[00:15:59] Kim: there’s a right

[00:15:59] Corinne: way. Yeah. Yeah. And there’s highs and lows. It’s like, I, I still to this day. Like every time I write a new funnel sequence or a new sales page or something in my mind, I’m like, when it’s done, I’m like, this is like, baby Jesus in the golden diaper.

[00:16:15] Corinne: He’s blessed this, this is going to make all the money. Like I always think it’s wonderful until my marketing team comes back and says, here’s your statistics. And so this, I just did this where we just rebuilt an entire funnel email sequence. I went in the opposite direction than what I’ve done before.

[00:16:33] Corinne: And. Good news is, so there’s 11 total, six of them are performing way better than what we had. Five of them suck. Nobody wants it. They won’t open it. If they are open it, the click rates are terrible. And I’m like, but I thought it was gold. So it’s highs and lows. It’s like, you’re so excited. One minute you believe it’s going to work.

[00:16:57] Corinne: It’s all the things and don’t take that away from yourself. But then also don’t be devastated. Like when it doesn’t work, it’s like, I’m always disappointed. I always, I’m like, Oh my God, I thought that was going to work. Oh, now I got to write another one. Blah, blah, blah, blah. I got to edit this. That’s being an entrepreneur.

[00:17:17] Corinne: It is like a roller coaster. It is ups and downs, ups and downs, but there’s the thrill of it. You know, it’s a thrill ride the whole time. If you normalize it, it’s going to be full of ups and downs. Like I would like to be the kind of entrepreneur that every time I put something out, I’m excited. Until the numbers prove me wrong.

[00:17:36] Corinne: And if the numbers prove me wrong, I want to be that kind of entrepreneur who was just like, that sucks. I really thought that would work. Of course, I’m disappointed. I really believed in it. And now I’ve got to change it and I’m willing to keep going. And that’s when I turn on determination to go up the next hill so I can feel the whoosh when I go over it like, Oh, my God, it’s gonna be great again.

[00:17:58] Corinne: Just the way it works. Great.

[00:18:00] Kim: I have a very direct question to follow up. Would you have stayed in and had the tenacity without the driver of the 50, 000? Like what do you think from what you were experiencing, how much impact or difference? Did it have having that, like, I got to take care of my kid because that’s like a survival thing, right?

[00:18:21] Kim: And I always talk about like how the driver is so important. It keeps you in the game So I’m curious from your personal experience at that point where it was like what what shifted for you that drove you from a 50 Goal to 250 reality.

[00:18:37] Corinne: I think for me it was before that My business was just all fun and games.

[00:18:43] Corinne: Like I really enjoyed what I was doing. I was very passionate. I like loved what I was doing. Like, you know, 30, 000 a year just felt like amazing. When the 50, 000 goal came on, I think my determination and seriousness kicked in. It was like before I just wasn’t taking my business seriously. I was just kind of like, so it’s great.

[00:19:05] Corinne: This is fun. This is all the things not to poo poo that I don’t want anybody to hear me to say, like, we can’t have fun. But when I decided to start setting goals, there was a sense of determination, a sense of like not calm, but it was more of just like. Laser like focus that turned on and I had fun too.

[00:19:28] Corinne: Like I enjoyed being someone who was focused. I enjoyed now having a goal. Like I enjoyed that part, but before it was just, it was so like. Barbie dream store. I’m just like, Oh my gosh, here I am just getting paid to help people in that a great like I didn’t even think about goals and stuff. But once once that piece kicked in, it just I feel like I grew up real quick.

[00:19:53] Corinne: Like I just was like, this business now has to serve this. So knowing that made me study more made me read books about business before that 50, 000 goal. Every book I ever read was about Workouts, muscles you know, I read all the diet books. So I could always stay on top of what was latest in the industry.

[00:20:15] Corinne: Cause I didn’t want to teach that shit. Like I wanted to be able to know all of it. I listened to every podcast that had everything to do with like nutrition and stuff like that. Then I switched gears. I was like. If you’re going to have a business, you probably ought to listen to the crap about business.

[00:20:31] Corinne: We probably ought to start doing this. So I got educated fast. And when I got educated fast, I grew faster.

[00:20:39] Kim: I love that Brooke did that for us and so many others. It’s, it’s what was so attractive about the, like, she was speaking of it from, from such a great experience, you know, for self. And she was like, so sure anyone in the room could do it.

[00:20:56] Kim: Like, Oh yeah. And I love that, that impact that she led us by that led, you know what I’m saying? That opened up the door. Cause that’s what she did. She, she like peeled the foil back and it’s like, one of the

[00:21:07] Corinne: things that she says that I think is so misunderstood because a lot of people don’t like it when.

[00:21:13] Corinne: As entrepreneurs who have had success say, we really do believe anyone can do it. Cause I do believe anyone can do it. She’s nuanced it. That makes all the difference in the world. There’s a lot of people who can. There’s just most people who won’t, you know, like those of us that I think become successful are the ones that take the slings and the arrows and the down days.

[00:21:36] Corinne: And it’s your tolerance level for the not fun parts is what will set you apart. There’s plenty of good times in business, but it’s just like anything in life. I use, like, here’s an example I use in, in my weight loss side of the business. If you’ve ever really been hurt by someone in your life, you will spend the rest of your life guarding against being hurt like that.

[00:22:03] Corinne: Even if you’ve had, Thousands of good interactions with people, people who’ve loved you, people who’ve changed your life for the better and stuff, but you will remember the one person who hurt you and you will build a wall to have that never happen again and walls keep out the good people too. And it’s very similar in business.

[00:22:24] Corinne: It’s like you will have plenty of good times in your entrepreneurial life. But in the very beginning, it feels almost traumatic because you’re having to learn, you’re having to feel dumb half the time, so much of your stuff won’t work, so many people will doubt you, and they’ll doubt you for good reason.

[00:22:43] Corinne: They’ll be like, but you’ve never done anything like this, you have a good job, why would you, why would you give that up? Like, they just are afraid for you. And when that happens, we spend a lot of our entrepreneurial life guarding against feeling bad when there’s so much good that could also come in. So you have to be able to like overcome some of that

[00:23:04] Kim: stuff.

[00:23:05] Kim: Yeah. Especially if you have unresolved rejection trauma, like if, if that is. Is here in the body. It will get pinged. It will get triggered multiple times. And I actually think that’s one of the secrets of my success is the difference between my rejection and someone else’s rejection is I’ve grown a muscle to tolerate it and, and reframe it in a way that I can actually have it work for me.

[00:23:31] Kim: And because that’s the thing that that in the shame of the rejection, you know, Oh, everyone’s going to know that I was rejected or so strong that it would put me into mental paralysis. And I, like, I couldn’t take the action. I couldn’t think I wasn’t creative because I was in self protection mode.

[00:23:46] Kim: Right. Like. Like what you’re saying. I love that. I had a question for you that as you were talking last time that brought up one of the questions, which was what’s one thing that keeps showing up regardless how successful you are and it keeps surprising you, like you keep noticing it and it keeps surprising you kind of like the what you were just saying, like about the The emails and like, I’ve got it figured out.

[00:24:10] Kim: I’ve got the, like, this is going to do it. And then you’re like, man, like I’m surprised. It actually doesn’t work every time. Is there anything that continues to show up since the

[00:24:18] Corinne: beginning? There’s definitely stuff that keeps, I will say, I don’t think I’m surprised any of it shows up anymore only because I’ve had a really good coach for six years now.

[00:24:30] Corinne: And. We coached on this like about two to three years ago on like, this is just your crap. Like it’s always going to come back. I’ve made peace with, there are certain insecurities, certain frustration, certain things. that are just baked into my DNA. Like, so I’m no longer surprised by it. But what does come up a lot for me is the rejection.

[00:24:54] Corinne: I was severely bullied, abandoned as a child, all kinds of stuff. So when I think people don’t approve of me, it’s Like it sent it like a panic over it. Like the first like thing I just know when it happens like I can feel myself obsessing and worrying. I’ve gotten good at take no action. That has been my agreement with myself that until I don’t feel better about it.

[00:25:23] Corinne: But when I’m clear headed about it. I used to things would happen like in my membership, like I’ve had just all these points in my business where big rejection has happened, like big events and stuff, and I would freak out and change things or do things and then create like a whole nother mess. It took me several times of realizing, before you do something, before you solve a problem, think about the problems you’re about to create.

[00:25:53] Corinne: Sometimes those problems are worth creating and, but more times than not, they’re not that, you know, you don’t want to solve a problem and create worse problems. So I did that a few times and had to stop doing that. Now it’s more knowing, like I recently had to let an employee go and I’ve, I’ve not had a lot of experience in letting people go.

[00:26:12] Corinne: Like we have, we, because I don’t like having to do stuff like that. We have a very strong hiring program. Like most people always say when they come through our hiring, they’re like, This is the staunchest hiring process I’ve ever been in. You go through six to seven interviews before you even get to me.

[00:26:33] Corinne: Like we are just diehard about it.

[00:26:35] Kim: To avoid the discomfort of you having to.

[00:26:38] Corinne: One, we have, well, two reasons. Now we call it the Bozo rule, which is everybody who has ever had a job always worked with that one person that we call the Bozo. They’ve made life miserable for everyone. Everybody hate, they’re like, they don’t do their job.

[00:26:55] Corinne: Every day you’re just like, they get special treatment. Or you don’t understand why they don’t get fired. They’re, you know, they jack shit up. All that stuff. And so we call it the bozo rule. The bozo rule is we don’t hire bozos. And so, because it’s the most detrimental thing you can do to a team. And if you want a well oiled team, you, good A players do not want to be around bozos.

[00:27:17] Corinne: They will go find a place where they can be an A player. Because they won’t work in a company where there’s like that stuff going on. But the other thing is, is I don’t like firing people. I hate it. I take people’s livelihood really seriously. And I know the emotional bull I go through to let someone go.

[00:27:41] Corinne: It’s very emotionally hard for me. And so one of the reasons why we have such a staunch policy is because I do not want to put myself in the position to have to let people go. I have like, it happens, but it doesn’t happen often because I’m not just letting people come into my company who can fog a mirror, who can just solve a problem we have right now.

[00:28:03] Corinne: Like, I don’t hire that way. I’m like, I will do the job until we can find the right person for the job. We don’t have a copywriter right now. Our copywriter, actually, she had to leave. And it’s so hard to find a good one. But I told my team, I don’t care how long it takes us. It could take us a year.

[00:28:18] Corinne: I will write every ounce of copy in this business. Before I will hire someone who can’t write for us, or who can half to do the job. It’s not worth it. So I had to let somebody go recently and I anguished and I mean, it took me two to three months of coaching just to get the nerve to do it. This person needed to go.

[00:28:41] Corinne: It was very hard on me. We did a lot for her. I, like, I, like, we really took care of her because I don’t like letting people go. I feel like, you know, it’s just the right thing to do. But it’s not that it surprises me, but that’s my thing that always comes back. Like, it took a long time for me to get my mind right to where I was like, I am disappointed this didn’t work out.

[00:29:11] Corinne: I am upset that I have to do this and that’s okay. But I also, my job. Is to not sit and keep someone around and hurt my business because I don’t want to hurt. So I’m very willing to hurt over this because this is a decision, like my business is like another team member and it’s hurting right now and I got to solve it for her.

[00:29:36] Corinne: So that’s, that’s probably the biggest one is just rejection. Anytime, like for me, it was so scary because I thought she’s going to not like me. She’s going to think I’m, you know. A hole, you know, like, and then maybe she’ll tell all these people and stuff, and there was such trauma for me around that. I mean, I lost sleep and cried and went through all of it until I could work myself into a place where I felt.

[00:30:03] Corinne: emotionally safe that I was doing everything I could. I was still gonna feel upset, but I also 100 percent believed that while it was painful, it was still worth it. It was still needed. What’s

[00:30:17] Kim: coming up with me as I listen. I’m wondering, this is something else we have in common.

[00:30:21] Kim: We’ve, we both had a childhood of rejection. And so we tend to be really sensitive to that wound. And I’m wondering if that’s why it’s so hard to disappoint someone else. And we both had a, I’ll call it a near death experience, but we both decided to eject and didn’t go back down. And so it’s, I’m just curious, cause as you’re talking all of that for me, I’m like, yep, we just gonna, I was telling someone yesterday, I was like, we just want in house, we just want people who are all the way in and part of the team.

[00:30:50] Kim: I just don’t want to, I don’t want to experience that again. And I’m wondering if it’s just like the empathy and the emotion that’s inside of us from that, that just makes us a little more sensitive to it. Cause some. Owners, they just cut and go, spend all these days working through that stuff. And, you know,

[00:31:09] Corinne: I think a hundred percent, that’s where mine comes from.

[00:31:11] Corinne: I think it’s just this fear of being ostracized, this fear of losing everything. No, I also grew up really poor. So a lot of times my brain immediately goes to whenever I’m making a big decision in my business, like it just wants to think I’m going to lose everything. Like, like it could happen overnight.

[00:31:30] Corinne: And. That’s like the stuff that comes back for me, but I’ve learned that is the stuff that comes back for me, I think, because I understand where this comes from and why it happens. I’m not like it’s I love what you said earlier. It’s like I’ve built a muscle for it. I’m stronger for it. It never feels good, but my ability to tolerate all of that and understand it carries me through it.

[00:31:57] Corinne: I don’t think it’s ever going to go away. And I, and I’m okay with that. Like I don’t sit around and be like, it’s never going away. It’s more like, I don’t think it’s ever going to go away. And to me, that’s just reality. So once I make it reality, I’m able to take control and authority. Like I’m able to like now say like, if it’s never going to go away, so what we’re going to do now, you know, like rather than always wishing it would go away being like, Oh my God, it’s back.

[00:32:23] Corinne: Like it’s a big problem. It’s like, yeah, of course it’s back and it’s okay. We’re going to

[00:32:29] Kim: survive. It is a part of me. It is in me. It is a part of me. And the reason I’m asking that question is because we have a lot of new business owners that kind of think it’s personal and it’s just them. And I’m like, no, we’ve got like a eight figure.

[00:32:43] Kim: Business owner saying this, it’s still there. Yep. It doesn’t matter how much, well, I’m just saying, it doesn’t matter how big, how much when it’s there, it’s there. And when we can see it and understand it, then it’s like, all right, you can just come along. Like that’s just going to be there. But for me, it keeps.

[00:33:04] Kim: It keeps surprising me. Like, I keep thinking I got it like, and I’m like, dang it, it’s slipped up. It’s wearing a costume. It’s snuck in through the back door.

[00:33:12] Corinne: Yeah. I think that must be the difference when it was, cause it doesn’t surprise me anymore. I’m just like, oh yeah, here we, here we go again. This is just, this is kind of what I do, but I, you know, from, I will just tell all of you, I think whatever your core wounds are, like wherever those fractures and ruptures are for you, where it’s like, this is that thing, like, I often will feel not good enough.

[00:33:34] Corinne: I can’t even believe that I’m not good enough anymore, but I swear if something happens, it’s like, oh, yeah, it’s because you’re not smart enough. It’s like, oh, yeah, because you didn’t work hard enough. Like, it just kind of comes in. I think it’s, it’s just one of those things we have to learn how to see it, embrace it.

[00:33:54] Corinne: know what we’re going to do when we experience it, not get so caught up in it. That’s the hard part is when you, when you rail against it, or you don’t want it to be there, it would be like saying, I’m so upset. I woke up and my right arm was here again. I really thought my right arm was going to like, you know, go away overnight.

[00:34:13] Corinne: It’s like, no, like if some things like, I just think all of us, especially I’ve been kind of studying a lot of the inner child wounds and all that kind of stuff. Like I see these different patterns in me. And as I get bigger, those trauma responses just get bigger. Like the way I think about it is when I only had a 200, 000 business that I could lose.

[00:34:40] Corinne: My husband still had a career. We weren’t like it was not going to devastate us. Now, anytime something threatens my safety and stuff, my mother, my brother, my niece, my son, myself, and my husband, All work for my company. So not only do we have, like, livelihood stuff, I’ve got five people in my family that if I screw up, they’re screwed.

[00:35:12] Corinne: And that’s not even talking about my team that I love. Like, I’ve got 20 more of them. And so, like, as I get bigger, I, I make peace with this idea of, like, I think you want to be someone that takes this real seriously. When your brain’s flipping out, all that’s really saying is, You really love these people enough to worry the crap out of yourself about it.

[00:35:33] Corinne: Sometimes that gives me like, all right, wait, I’ve got the shoulders for this. I will spend a few days worrying and dieting and stuff. And I also know how to tell myself, this is one of those things. You’ve seen it so many times. Two weeks from now, the whole narrative’s changed. Nobody’s thinking about it.

[00:35:53] Corinne: Attention spans are too short these days. Like a lot of that, like rejection and all that kind of stuff. I’m just like, everything moves so fast paced. Now you’re only going to feel miserable for a little bit. Can you hang on? I tell myself that all the time. Like,

[00:36:10] Kim: I tell myself that all the time. This is only for a moment.

[00:36:15] Kim: This is only for a moment. Like, and man, that has really helped me get through some, some things. So guys. Multi million dollar earner, business owner with how many followers do you have, Corinne? Like, listen to the words she’s saying and we’re here crying, not we, but like what I hear and I know you hear it too from, from the business community or even the pounds, right?

[00:36:39] Kim: Looking at it and it’s like such a big deal, but it’s like, so what? It will remain a big deal. So yes, it’s valid. It’s a big deal and it’s going to remain a big deal. Are you going to let that stop you? Cause you know, we’re talking to someone who might have 30 people in their email list and thinking it’s so personal, but we’re here to say how, I mean, you’ve got gobs of followers.

[00:37:00] Kim: You’ve got 13, 000 people in your member weight loss membership and these words are still coming out her mouth.

[00:37:09] Corinne: It just like, just don’t be surprised by your stuff. Like this is why I think it’s really important for us always to get, you know, like if you’re going to be a business owner, be getting coached because.

[00:37:20] Corinne: There’s two things that will stop you as a business owner. One will just be your lack of knowledge on how to do things. And that’s easy to solve. Like we can go and short, like there are books and podcasts. There are courses. There are like plenty of information on the internet now about how to fill in your skill gap.

[00:37:39] Corinne: The other will be your thought gap. It will be everything that’s going on between those 6 inches, and that is always going to be the topmost priority. I want people to keep taking action. If you know, if you’ve ever listened to me, you know, I do not want coaches sitting around coaching themselves all day long and just getting coaching and calling that work.

[00:37:57] Corinne: That’s not work. Get your coaching first thing in the morning out of the way. Do your self coaching, get coached, whatever you need to do, but work the rest of the day. Work with your emotions, work with your crappy mindset and stuff, but don’t stop working because of crappy mindset, work on that while you keep working, because this is the nice thing about I think that happens when, when you’re an entrepreneur who can work with your crappy mindset while you work on it is you’re not only massaging all of that and opening up space to think differently, you’re also creating a lot of different facts for your life.

[00:38:36] Corinne: Every time you solve something in your business, like if you’re a earlier entrepreneur, that first email sequence where you got to figure out how to, is it an automation or a campaign? And what’s the trigger? And how do I like, how do I get this thing to talk to this thing? That first time is excruciating.

[00:38:57] Corinne: And that’s the only time it will be excruciating every single time after that gets easier. So the first time is the most amount of dumb you’ll ever feel. It’s the most amount of unskilled, hopeless, I’ll never be able to do it that you’ll ever feel with that thing. But if you keep taking action while you have all of it, when you solve it, you’ll be like, Oh.

[00:39:18] Corinne: I can figure things out. And now you’re going to have that piece to also be with all the other thoughts that you’re having. So when you’re taking action while working on your mindset, at least you’re creating new facts for yourself to think about. And I think that’s so important at any stage in business.

[00:39:36] Corinne: I tell myself that all the time. I don’t like something in my business, go change it. Give myself another circumstance to think about. If I don’t want to have to do all the thought work on it. Then go out there and make something happen so that I can have easier thoughts.

[00:39:54] Kim: We think that we’re going to feel like doing it, but the feeling follows the action.

[00:39:58] Kim: Like that’s the, it’s kind of like trying to get out of scarcity, right? It’s like, you’ve got to invest to learn how to get out of it. And it’s like, well, that’s stupid. Like, here’s the problem. I have two questions. Do you have time? Yeah. Yeah. I know you have a live event going on coming up. So here’s, I mean, I’ve simplified these, I had 12, like I just wanted to hang out with you all day.

[00:40:17] Kim: The, the first, the first of the two, the difference between, I think this is like such a pivotal point for business owners, entrepreneurs, between the solopreneur and the deciding to have a company, you could make plenty of profit just doing your membership just doing coaching because. We know, like, it’s just profitable, you don’t have a lot of overhead.

[00:40:42] Kim: Yeah. But you had to decide, I’m gonna bring on a team, I’m gonna bring on all of this, like, I’m in it right now. So it’s that, it’s the difference between, this is enough, or, this is good, like, and holy shit, what did I just get

[00:40:59] Corinne: into? Yeah, I think you just have to decide what, like, the kind of person you are.

[00:41:04] Corinne: I’m a natural born leader. Like I have, I, I came out of the womb bossing my mother around. I’m just like, you will not be the mom. I think I will be the mom. So for me, I wanted to grow a company. Like, it just felt like it was very aligned for me. It was in my, it just felt like it was in my DNA. I wanted to, I wanted a bigger company.

[00:41:27] Corinne: And I, I like being in leadership roles, it’s just fun for me. So I think like, like I’ve often thought like sometimes when there’s a lot of, you know, like when you’re doing a lot of the HR and you’re doing so much of the meetings and stuff, there are some days I’m just like, Oh my God, I should take this all down the studs and just make like three or four.

[00:41:48] Corinne: I literally, I think at this point I could run a three or 4 million company with about a 60 percent profit level. With me and just my husband and maybe an assistant, like, I know enough about all of it to be able to do that. Now, that’s only because I’ve done it for so long and know so much crap and could and I could do it.

[00:42:09] Corinne: I just don’t want that. Like, that’s not what I want. So I just think like when people are. Like when you’re kind of deciding that, like the biggest thing is when you’re going to become a company, you’ve got to decide how much do you like leading people, managing people like it’s like you’re the visionary, but you also, you’re like responsible for making sure that other people can execute your vision.

[00:42:36] Corinne: There’s so much of that that comes in with the company side of it. It’s like you’re, you’re not just sitting back and being an ideator all day long. I do like, it is my job to ideate, but it’s also my job to like, like go to department meetings, go to it, go and sit with people, listen for how they’re doing things, teach them the thought strategy, teach them how to do the things, make a lot of decisions.

[00:43:04] Corinne: Like it is. You have to want that. You have to be, you also have to want to be responsible for other people’s livelihoods. Not everybody wants to do that.

[00:43:17] Kim: And I think it’s important to know that that’s going to be necessary when you get to a certain dollar amount or a certain clientele, number of clients, right?

[00:43:24] Kim: Like you, I don’t know that they know that. When you’re just like, my goal is five million dollars, like I’m going to do what I’m doing five million times. And it’s like, so different. Like that, that journey to a hundred thousand is a beast, but to a million is it’s just a whole different beast with that involves so many more people and being so much more

[00:43:46] Corinne: aware.

[00:43:47] Corinne: Yeah. It’s like, you have to be really good at Setting expectations, knowing how, not knowing, knowing how to set expectations, knowing how to set the right expectations, and you have to know how to hold people accountable to them. You don’t just hire people and they’re just like glorious and just do things all day.

[00:44:03] Corinne: Your team is only as good as your ability to lead them.

[00:44:07] Kim: That’s development

[00:44:08] Corinne: processing. Yeah, it’s a lot of that. Like you’ve got to be a people developer and you have to, got to want to do that because you’re also going to have a job the whole time. Like I joke with my team all the time. It’s like about 50 percent of the time I’m the boss and 50 percent of the time I’m their employee.

[00:44:25] Corinne: They’re bringing to me the things like, this is where we need your expertise on. We, we need, we need copy for this. We need to know, like, like, how are you going to teach this? Like all these things I’m constantly fulfilling their stuff too. So you have to, you still have to work. And if you like, I still have to coach, I still have to network.

[00:44:45] Corinne: I still have to, you know, do all the things I’m speaking an event this weekend and guess who’s butts got to wake up every morning because I should to do every morning for about two hours. To keep things rolling because even though I’m doing an event, there are projects that are going that have deadlines to make sure that we can launch in January to make sure that we can do like these things.

[00:45:08] Corinne: It’s like, and they need my speaking notes. Like, these things just happen in, like, business. So, like, if you’re gonna be, if you’re gonna run a company, you’re not, you’re not gonna be absolved from being a worker. I, like, I have just never seen a real CEO of a truly successful company not say. Oh, I’m in the grind with them.

[00:45:32] Corinne: And when you’re in the grind with your team, you see so much of your organization and you really know how to clean up your organization. Like one of the things that’s going on in mine right now is I dedicated the fourth quarter to marketing and I was like, all right, I’m going to be your 12th man. So I’m going to work with y’all.

[00:45:52] Corinne: I’m going to approve everything. I’m going to be at every meeting you have now. Our marketing director runs all of it. And I’m like, but I’m coming. And I have learned so much and been able to help them so much faster because I’m like, assign me, assign me this funnel. I will write it from opt in, sales page, emails, I will write it all the way down.

[00:46:17] Corinne: And when I had to be a team member for them and do it, I quickly saw their inefficiencies, where they have communication issues, where we aren’t storing things in the right place, where we have opportunities to clean, like, they obviously don’t know how to do these things. You will be doing that as a CEO.

[00:46:35] Corinne: One of the best books I ever read was something like The Lazy CEO, something about being a lazy CEO. And the thing that stood out to me was he talked about good CEOs. Know when to step back and run the organization and they know when to step in and get laser focused on the minutiae. It’s a constant pulling back, looking at things, finding the next thing, zoning in, you’re always going in and you’re going out.

[00:47:02] Corinne: And that’s what I’ve been doing this year. And I’ve like, it’s really cleaned up a lot. I feel like next year we’re really set to do some serious growth because I spent this year working in the trenches. with my team all year long to kind of figure out what is happening inside of our organization.

[00:47:20] Corinne: Because when I come in as a brand new set of eyes with my big vision, cause no one’s ever going to love you, love your business like you do as a CEO. When I come in with that, I see things through a whole new light that they will never be able to see.

[00:47:36] Kim: Yeah. Cause we, we see inside of every little crack and reason I, it took me a lot of years to realize that.

[00:47:44] Kim: They’re, they actually don’t see what I see like as the visionaries as they, and I, but I thought they did. So I kept trying to hire me. I kept trying to replicate me. And finally I heard like, you’re not hiring another CEO. You’re not hiring another owner. You know, I was like, Oh, how many years did I spend trying to do this?

[00:48:04] Kim: When will you know that you made it? I’m sure you’ve, there was a point before where you already set that. And.

[00:48:11] Corinne: Yeah. I, you know, that’s such an interesting question. I feel like, gosh, I don’t know, like I, like every time the goal line changes for me. I will say this. I feel like I’ve already made it in life.

[00:48:27] Corinne: Like, I feel like if, if I checked out today, I feel rock solid. I have a great family. I have a great marriage. I’ve built a business. I’ve taken care of myself. Like, I could honestly say I feel like I’ve already made it in terms of like, just siloed off into business probably when I met my husband. I joke about this all the time.

[00:48:51] Corinne: We don’t see ourselves ever retiring. We’re the kind of people that would probably work until the day we die. We are just, we both love working. We always have. We, we both had jobs. Before it was legal, we just, you know, and we both love it. So it’s such an interesting question. I mean, I feel like I’ve made it in life, but I feel like in business, I will always want to be growing and trying to do the next thing, whether it’s always going to be this, like we own a restaurant, my husband and I joke around all the time about like, maybe one day we don’t have.

[00:49:26] Corinne: Memberships and stuff. We transition into just owning different types of restaurants we like or different types of things we like. We don’t know. I just, it’s hard for me to call the shot because when I look back at the last, you know, just even like 10 years. I would have never predicted this is where I would be.

[00:49:43] Corinne: And so when I think about the next 10 years I definitely want to keep growing these two, but I’m also open for a plot twist.

[00:49:51] Kim: I’m going to be around watching. So someone asked me this recently. It’s like, are you building your business for legacy or for value?

[00:49:56] Kim: Like, is it to like, are you building something? That you want to put into the world that someone else can take, or are you building this for like, like for, I was like, wow, I never, I never really thought about that. Am I building it for legacy for myself, for something that I bring into the world or birth into the world or something that I build up and like sell it off and go run restaurants?

[00:50:17] Corinne: I, so I’m not building to sell. Like that is a. Decision my husband and I made a long time ago. Like, I know that a lot of people do want to do that. I have no desire to sell my business. I think it’s more of the legacy thing. I like, I joke around with my members all the time. I used to always say, like, on my grave, I wanted them to put on there.

[00:50:39] Corinne: She put Weight Watchers in the dirt. That was what I wanted on my tombstone of all the things, you know, end the diet

[00:50:47] Kim: traumas. Yeah.

[00:50:48] Corinne: If I ever decided to sell it, it wouldn’t be because I got such a great offer. It wouldn’t be like, I’m not structuring it to sell or anything like that. It would be literally something, something scratched our itch.

[00:51:03] Corinne: My husband and I decided we wanted to do something else or whatever. And I will be honest, it would be So when we bought our restaurant, we bought it because one, it was our date night spot and we live in a small town and it was going to get, it was running into the ground and we knew that unless we bought it, they needed capital investment.

[00:51:25] Corinne: They need these things that we wouldn’t have a date night spot. And so. We had 30 plus years of restaurant experience between the two of us. So it wasn’t like we were just like, you know, willy nilly on this. We knew we could run a good restaurant. We bought it because the staff was wonderful. It was a, one of the few restaurants where the average employee has worked there over five years, even though they were treated awfully and we bought it because of them.

[00:51:53] Corinne: And these are people that are going to be career restaurant workers. And so when we bought it, one of the promises we made to us, and we talked to some of the staff is we want to turn it around. We want to, you know, in three to five years, we want to sell it to y’all. Like that’s what we want to do. And. We want to teach you everything we can about running a restaurant where this can be something that will change y’all’s lives.

[00:52:20] Corinne: It will never change our lives. No BS business, no BS weight loss is our life changer. This for us is fun. This is what he and I love doing. We love these people and it’s like, that’s what we want to do. And so like, even on my weight loss and business side, I could see wanting to somehow figure out a way that.

[00:52:42] Corinne: You know, it’s like, if it’s this team that I have, that’s been with me for so long, I’d love to do something like that. I just, I don’t have a, like, I feel like I’m going to make plenty of money for Corinne, Chris, my whole family to do fine for the rest of our lives. I don’t need a big ass exit package. I would love to.

[00:53:03] Corinne: Make sure that the legacy continued and it was in the hands of the right people who would love it as much as I loved it. That’s definitely

[00:53:11] Kim: legacy. Yeah. Like we don’t want, we have this like responsibility not to fail humanity. Like it is, and it is in us.

[00:53:21] Kim: It’s this this almost seriousness of like, we’ve got to bring this into the world. Like we’ve got to show this world and, and you can’t put it out. I have tried, you cannot put it out. It’s like, why do I do what I do?

[00:53:33] Kim: I’m with you and Chris. I love my work. I’ve, if I’ve ever dreaded a day at work, I quit doing whatever that thing was. And I go to do something else, but I love it so much. And it’s like, I can’t find satisfaction in anything else. The way that I do with what we can do for lives and impacting and it just.

[00:53:52] Kim: Well, you know that we spend enough time fabulous. I

[00:53:54] Corinne: mean, it’s like, I mean, I don’t love every day of my job. There’s some days I’m just like, really, this is what we got to do today. But I mean, I love it so much. I never could turn my back on it. Like, I’m not going to ding dong ditch my work.

[00:54:10] Corinne: I’m not gonna, I tell my people all the time, somebody like now that we have two businesses for the like weight loss and business. It’s like there is somebody sitting around who desperately either wants to change their health or they desperately want to change their wealth and they don’t know how and they need us and it is our job to show up for them every day.

[00:54:33] Corinne: It is not our job to have a pity party because we don’t feel like it. It’s like, I don’t care if you don’t feel like it today, go get your job done. And I do that every day and like most days though, once I start working, I’m in it. Like, I mean, I do get into my work. I’m like you, it’s like, and like. Put me on a coaching call.

[00:54:51] Corinne: I can show up for a coaching call at any moment and just within a second, I am in my zone. I do love the work. And that’s why I think like for me, it’s more about this legacy that we’re creating over here. I just, I want to like, I don’t know if I’ll change the whole world, but whatever part of the world I get to influence, I definitely want them to change

[00:55:11] Kim: that impact.

[00:55:12] Kim: It’s so satisfying. One question. This is it. I promise. I keep saying I have two left, but. The last one, I’ve made this up and I’m like, is this going to be the signature question for all of the interviews? If you were to write a statement to go into a time capsule to be found by a family member three generations from now, what would you want them to know about your mission and legacy, such as she was the one who did or believed?

[00:55:39] Corinne: It would probably be

[00:55:45] Corinne: poverty stops here. I mean, we have just got generations of broke ass people in my family. My great grandmother, she grew up with a dirt floor in the coal mines of Kentucky. Like, had nothing. She became a hairdresser. And I just remember, she was In the depression era and saved everything, everything. I remember just as a kid eating homemade applesauce out of baby food jars, because when we were all kids, she saved every jar because glass was valuable.

[00:56:25] Corinne: And her house was packed to the gills of crap, but so much poverty in my family. I just, I hope that no one in my future, like whatever we do, that they ever have to struggle. Like My mother, my brother, my ancestors did. So hopefully I set them up. I hope they learn work ethic though. I don’t want to leave them so much stuff that they don’t know how to work.

[00:56:53] Corinne: I want them to appreciate working hard so that they can keep that going for the next generation.

[00:57:02] Corinne: I always cry. Cause like, God, I thought it was like, let’s go easy. I’m going to get through this one without crying. And then on the, on the very last question, boo hoo.

[00:57:09] Corinne: So is

[00:57:09] Kim: it a good question to ask on everyone? It’s a

[00:57:11] Corinne: wonderful question. Yes. It’s a wonderful question. It gets to the heart of why you, why you do what you do.

[00:57:18] Kim: You know, thank you for the time, for the extra time. For the transparency, the information that’s so helpful and the desire to keep helping man.

[00:57:32] Kim: It’s like we see so many entrepreneurs who get tired and who burn out. And this is, this is what keeps us fired up. So thank you for staying in the game for not throwing in the towel for eating ass. I didn’t tell you, you could have said cuss words on here.

[00:57:48] Corinne: I really tried to, I think I let a couple slip.

[00:57:50] Corinne: I was trying to, I better watch myself. Who knows what we’re going to be doing from down

[00:57:54] Kim: here in Louisiana. Like just so many commonalities, you know, that I’ve been watching you, I’ve been a peer with you and I’ve also worked with you in business and you know, the weight loss side been a part of your business and I appreciate so much of how you show up every day for thousands, thousands of people that you’re impacting the lives and just wanted you to be the first guest.

[00:58:16] Kim: Well, thank you for having me, ma’am. So Corinne, do you want to tell them like, just, just where can they find you? What do you do? What are you doing now? Just so quickly, we’re going to put all the links regardless, but if there’s anything I didn’t ask you or that you want to mention that you want to use this space for, you’re welcome

[00:58:31] Corinne: to do that.

[00:58:32] Corinne: Yeah. If you want, like we talked a lot about weight loss, the weight loss side. If you want to take a, I have a free course, it’s the easiest thing. It’s three little videos that teach you some common sense when it comes to losing weight. You can go to NoBSFreeCourse. com. I also have a business membership.

[00:58:47] Corinne: It’s no BS business women. com. You can find that information there, but, you know, just. Check me out. If you, if you liked what I had to say, take a look, especially on that weight loss side. If you’re done with a lot of BS diets, I promise you, I won’t put you on one. Yeah. Yeah. You still have the podcast, right?

[00:59:05] Corinne: I have my podcast losing 100 pounds with Corinne. Yeah. We’re on I don’t know. We got, I think we’re coming up around somewhere in the 400th episode is pretty soon. It’s like we’re inching on up there.

[00:59:16] Kim: We didn’t even talk about any of your, that personal, your personal weight loss and journey. I just wanted to really get into the meat of this, like entrepreneur, solopreneur company, business legacy.

[00:59:26] Kim: I love it. Thank you. I appreciate you. You’re welcome. All right, guys. 

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