How to Create more space & energy for Next Level Business Success with Leah Lund
Leah Lund is an expert in brain chemistry and a specialist in helping entrepreneurs take their business to the next level from a place of vibrant health and greater energetic capacity.
In this episode find out-
- How your brain chemistry has EVERYTHING to do with how you build success in business
- The unknown effects of global crisis and how you can use Spiritual Immunity to protect against them
- How you can create more energy and manage time when you feel like all the odds are stacked against you
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Jen Hall (00:00):
Are you ready to create more space to thrive, create more energy to thrive in 2021 happy new year guys. In this episode, we are talking all about how you can do that.
Jen Hall (00:11):
Hello, and welcome to another amazing episode of the expert unrivalled podcast. My name's Jen hall, your business positioning coach and market leadership expert, and a happy new year to all of you. In this episode, I am talking to an amazing expert and client of mine, Leah Lund, who is an expert in brain chemistry and specializes in helping female entrepreneurs and professionals to finally quit burnout, live a life of ease and flow so that they can start to create more space and create more energy to take their business to the next level. So I'm really excited to be chatting all things, energy and all things, brain chemistry, so that you can start to find how you can change things for 2021, because I think we've all been through such a turbulent time of late and we're all feeling it, no matter how healthy we were before, I think 2021 has taken a toll on so many of us.
Jen Hall (01:20):
So this conversation is really going to help to show you how you can start to make changes and think differently about how you go about your working life and your personal life to create more energy and more space so that you can have more freedom. Before we jump into the interview, I would like to say that it is 2021 guys. It's 2021. And the pressure is on the time that the ticker has begun in terms of looking at how you are going to become the most successful you can possibly be for this year in 2021. Now it might seem like every year you make a resolution that this is going to be the year that you hit big time success. Now, if you're sick of hearing yourself, say that, and you're actually ready to actually make that happen, then you need to be in my elevate program as a 12 month, one to one mastermind hybrid, where you can learn the strategies and get the guidance you need, the personalized guidance you need for your business, so that you can really take it to the next level.
Jen Hall (02:23):
And what does that actually mean? It means going to market leader position to be the number one choice in the markets so that you are seen as a reputable, credible irrefutable choice to your ideal clients. So if that's what you're after and you're after more clients, more money and a better business infrastructure. So you can actually take your business to seven figures and beyond. So make it actually start putting in the foundations now, so you can scale then now is the time to book your call, just go and check out the show notes. And there will be a call link in there, but you can click. But for those listening, it'shttp://bit.ly/claritycallpodcast. Make this the time that you make the best decision to go forward and actually make a change and actually invest in something that's going to make a difference. Leah, at the end of this podcast talks a little bit about her experience and elevate. So do check out that because it's going to have, you're going to hear it from the horse's mouth out. Great. Isn't there. So yeah. Do your own check that link out and without further ado here is the interview. So welcome, Leah. Thank you so much for joining me today.
Leah Lund (03:30):
Hi Jen. Thank you so much for having me. I'm excited to be here.
Jen Hall (03:35):
I'm really excited to have you here. Because I really do feel like moving into the new year. This is such an important topic for people to be covered, like covering, because we're all kind of recovering from the 2020 burnout we've we've had kids to, homeschool. We've been running businesses. We've been trying to do all of the things in a restrcted world. And I think you'll agree with me when I say, I think the restrictions kind of bring their own weird burnout, even though they're not necessarily taking time as such, it's kind of causing this weird burnout feeling. Can you try and articulate that a little bit better for us?
Leah Lund (04:20):
Absolutely bizarro burnout. I don't know, like we were burned out. Most, women that I know, especially entrepreneurs and professionals, juggling family and business or family and career were burned out before 2020. And then enters 2020. And it's, to me it's been like a start and stop. I think I have a plan. No, I can't work that plan. This like spin cycle of, of energy stagnation. And it, feels like we can't quite get as much done even as we used to. And then, and we don't have a real, tangible reason for that, because like you said, in theory, maybe you're working from home and there's no commute time, so there actually should be more time and let, and yeah, we're getting less done. And I, and I think the explanation of that is really it's it's not only a physical burnout like we were experiencing before, but it's mental burnout, emotional burnout, even spiritual burnout going on right now.
Jen Hall (05:20):
I, yeah, I think that's the perfect articulation of this is it's it's that emotional pole that we're feeling from feeling those restrictions of what we can and can't do. And almost feel like, you know, for a lot of us it's have the joy sucked out of life because we know we want to do something, we can't do something. And these restrictions just feel so heavy. And I know like from working with you there, that you talk a lot about spiritual immunity. Can you tell us a bit about why that's necessary and what that is?
Leah Lund (05:56):
Yeah, so our immunity is really the immunity that comes from being connected with our higher power. However, whatever word you use for that. However, you look at that, but we do have an inner guidance. We have a higher power, we are spiritual beings and in the, in the 3d life, it's easy to forget that. And when we reconnect with that and actually make that part of how we organize our time and dedicate regular daily time to connect with our higher power, we do develop this immunity and this immunity protects us from negative energy around us, which there's plenty of right now, global panic, the internal fear, all those things that can really zap your energy and, and resiliency with this turbulence and the uncertainty that's going on. A lot of that dissipates when you see the bigger picture, the spiritual picture, and when that becomes a daily practice and connection, it's like a, it's like a bubble or a suit of armor around you that, that the negative energy just can't affect you nearly as much.
Jen Hall (07:09):
Right. And I think that, you know, some of these effects that are kind of almost insidious and unknown, we're just kind of, we're almost, I won't, I'm kind of doing like air quotes here, but almost like we are not when we're getting used to them, we're just accepting that that's it, but we're not realizing the huge effect on our body and our mental health of these continuous messages that are being pumped through the media. That's being pumped through on social media constantly all of the time. You know, there's a lot of negative negativity out there. Still as much as, you know, we're all trying to all trying to kind of be positive. But we are still exposed to all of this global Pam, you know, global pandemic, this global restrictions. And I think that this spiritual immunity piece is so important to protect yourself because otherwise it's a bit like I liken it to, like when you've been ill for a really long time, you kind of get used to that way of being, and then suddenly when that illness lifts, you're like, Oh my gosh, like that, that affected me so badly.
Jen Hall (08:18):
I don't know whether you've ever experienced that. There
Leah Lund (08:20):
I have actually, what came to mind as you were saying that in my, in my past life, I was in corporate America for retail organizations. And of course the holiday stretch in retail back in the, in the heyday of brick and mortar, retail was always such a push, push, push, push, push, and every single for a decade, every Christmas day, I would get laryngitis and lose my voice. And what was happening was that stress and that constant push and that burnout, you know, I was on working off adrenaline and I was just going, going, going. And then the moment the body has a chance to relax and go into a mode where it can restore itself. Again, it, it does. And that it happened like clockwork. Every single, it actually would start Christmas Eve about 6:00 PM. As soon as the doors closed, my voice would go and then it would be gone the whole next day and miraculously back the day after Christmas.
Leah Lund (09:15):
And I think you're exactly right. We're going to see the effect once we can, like once our bodies can relax a little bit, things will come up and the mental health epidemic is already starting, but I think it will be significantly larger issue in the once. This is over because we'll feel the effects. This is no doubt, a chronic stress. And even when, I mean, I know you, I know your audience and we we're movers and shakers here, right? Like this is not stopping us right now. We're still, we're still proceeding with our plans and running our businesses and all of things like that. And yet it is a subtle chronic stress and it's, it's in a way a trauma and we will have post-trauma effects on our mental health and on our physical health.
Jen Hall (10:05):
Absolutely. And I think that, you know, particularly because of, you know, like I said, my listeners knew, you know, audience, you know, you will one of my clients as well, if we're not careful, and we don't look after ourselves, you know, we are inclined to push on regardless, and that can have significant effects. I think so finding, you know, this balance and this, you know, you call it more capacity and more energy and creating that space is so important. So we've talked about spiritual immunity is one way to kind of sto the absorption of all of these, this kind of like invisible energy suck that we're experiencing. But can you tell us a few more of the things that people should be doing or helping them to create that capacity and energy to, to keep going and to thrive during this time?
Leah Lund (11:00):
Sure. Well, I, I really I encourage my clients to this'll sound funny and counter-intuitive, but create your own breakdown before you actually have one. Oh, wow. That is interesting. Meaning, you know, pull things apart, deconstruct, so you can reconstruct. And that is a gift of this restrictive time in our lives is all the old rules don't apply anyway, and things are collapsing around us. So what if you actually looked at it like, okay, I'm going to stop doing things the way I did before and completely begin to operate in a new way. And that new way really is instead of managing time or thinking that we can. Cause we, you know, we really can't, there's 24 hours in a day. Now, now there is the present moment and the whole five the time, time space. But aside from that, when we're living in our, in our human life we can't make more time.
Leah Lund (11:58):
So what we can do instead is manage our energy and how we spend that time. We can align our time with our true priorities. We can check in again and make sure that what we're spending our time on really matters in the end. And so I teach clients how to plan a day, their days and their weeks and their months in a way that actually gives them energy and the ability to stick to the plan, to avoid procrastination and overwhelm, to remove distractions, to preserve boundaries and really prioritize and stay focused on what matters to them. So that the time you do spend is much more fulfilling. In fact, I don't even know if we've talked about this, Jen, but I co-created an actual daytime or a planner that's called the inspirement life planner. And it's really based on breathing life back into your life, so that your output and what you're doing, doing, doing in the world is balanced with what you're taking in and how you're restoring yourself and how you're honoring your personal interests. And it brings a balance to the concept of planning your calendar and your schedule.
Jen Hall (13:11):
Oh, I love that. I don't think we, I think you may have mentioned it, but I'm not in, not in, in amongst that, that depth. And I think that this is definitely something we should talk about offline, but they all say, I don't know whether you have a link for that. But Leah, if you do, I'll make sure it goes in the show notes, because that just sounds amazing. I think that's something we all need. So for those people listening, the skeptics, you know, the, the, the honorable Scott skeptics who are just like, how do you get everything done that you want to get done when you feel like you have no time? And they feel like there's going to be, have to be sacrifices in order to do it, and that they're already in my mind or going, how, how does, how can all of this work together, you know, can you give some insight into how we can still be progressive, but that still honor that personal time and time with our loved ones.
Leah Lund (14:08):
Absolutely. and I understand I'm a very practical person. So I, I actually use the term practical magic. Like I definitely believe in the mystical, but at the same time, I'm a Midwest farmer's daughter. Like you couldn't get more practical. And so, so I get, I really understand that question and it starts with one thing you said is all the things they want to do. Well, it's revisiting, what do you really want to do when they, when we align our time with what really is important to us, it is a major shift and a lot of ease and flow comes in as compared to the obligations, you know, the long list of things that we think we have time for or we think I'm sorry, I think we need to do. And so of course, there's, you know, traditional time management, things like delegating and what not, but for me, it's much more about clarity and vision of what really does matter.
Leah Lund (15:08):
And then it's a matter of plotting in, I I'm a firm believer in time blocks. I think they give a lot of freedom, both from the standpoint of making sure everything important to you ha including you has a block. But also making sure things don't run over the allotted time. And, and that might sound like a little bit of a restrictive way of planning things, but it actually brings a lot of freedom because you've accounted for what matters to you most when you map out your time, that way, then it's really preserving boundaries and not letting another's energy or another's priority hijack the plan you put in place. And there's language around that. I find when we actually explain when somebody comes and asks us, Hey, could you do this? And we say, I'd love to it. However, if I do that, then I'm not going to be able to do this. And this thing is a priority to me. Can you understand that people get it? You know, but we, but we don't speak in that kind of language instead, we just say yes or, and we get resentful for taking on other, other people's priorities and that, and when I say other people that's even, you know, your eight year old, right? Yeah. What a different world that would be if our eight year old started to understand prioritizing and
Jen Hall (16:35):
Wow. I mean, if you can start creating a course around that, I'm sending my eight year olds to revisit that, but that would be amazing.
Leah Lund (16:43):
And from the perspective of we have choices, you know, we have all the choices, but are the choices, the choices that you're making, lighting you up and bringing you joy and helping you feel fulfilled, or are they just draining your energy more and more every day? Yeah.
Jen Hall (17:01):
And I think actually, you know you know, I was just saying, there's like showing up as a role model in that way and, you know, is, is automatically going to help your kids to show up in the same way and to, and to understand that. So I think that's, you know, it's, it's invaluable on, on different levels here now. Leah, I know obviously having worked with you that you are a true expert in the field of brain chemistry, and I'm really keen to find out like how brain chemistry fits into this topic of conversation around energy and, you know, struggling to manage time and things like that and wanting to create more space. How does that all fit in?
Leah Lund (17:44):
Yes. Thank you so much for asking that, because this is a topic that is discussed like rarely do, do women especially understand that sometimes how they feel or their inability to stay focused or their low energy tiredness, exhaustion, overwhelm anxiety is more biochemical than it is anything else. And what I mean by that is our brain has four primary types of brain chemical neurotransmitter, if you want to get technical, but I like to just keep it simple and call it brain chemical, but there's four major types that are largely responsible for how we feel from our energy level, to our optimism, to our confidence to our emotional resilience. And when the brain is depleted in reserve of these chemicals, which usually also means the brain is compromised in some way to, to make a steady supply of these chemicals. We have these mental, emotional, physical symptoms and cravings are a prime example. You know, we look at cravings for sugar sweets or whatever it is as sometimes we don't have willpower. And actually if it's a, if it's a true craving, it is biochemical, meaning that low serotonin or low endorphin or one of the low dopamine is driving that craving for a pick me up. And when you restore the brain's ability to make that chemical, then the cravings just magically disappear.
Jen Hall (19:22):
As you're saying this, I'm just feeling this deep sense of relief, because I think as women in particular, we can really blame ourselves for, like you say, the procrastination not being focused and we can beat ourselves up over it. So obviously stage one is awareness. Actually the brain chemistry is causing these issues. What can we do to get ourselves into a place where our brain is working at its optimum level?
Leah Lund (19:52):
Yes. Yeah. I'm glad you brought up the blame. I was thinking about that when we were talking about, you know, if we taught eight year olds prioritizing because there is this, this inherent belief, especially for women that we should be able to get everybody's priorities done in a day. You know, we should somehow be able to stretch time and never feel tired and not need to sleep and not need to eat. And all of those things. And it does bring a lot of guilt and blame and feelings of I'm just weak or somehow, or, you know, I have a, a flaw and it's, it's not the case. And especially when you consider that, a lot of it is this biochemical. So how we restore these brain chemicals is by supporting the brain to work the way, it does, the way it's designed, the way it should be making these chemicals in first place, which is giving it the raw materials, if you will, that it needs to make, say serotonin.
Leah Lund (20:54):
And those raw materials are amino acids. They're the building blocks of protein. In a, in a perfect world, we would just from our diet, our brain would get enough of these amino acids to make an ample supply and flow of these chemicals enough that they could, it could store some in reserve, we'd have a reserve for a rainy day, literally in the case of serotonin, because darkness, we need light to make serotonin however certain things compromise it. So then we need to give the brain therapeutic doses of those very same amino acids. So we do that through supplementation, it's very calm customized. It is therapeutic levels and it's for a temporary period of time, usually a matter of months to jumpstart the brain's production and fill up the reserve again.
Jen Hall (21:43):
Awesome. And I think, you know, for me, you know, I always get quite fearful of taking like extra things and supplements and things like that. And I say that, and then I look at the damage that I do to my body on a daily basis in terms of like what I eat and what I do. It's probably, you know, it's, I say more, more damaging these supplements don't sound damaging in the slightest. And I'm pleased, you said that you're almost not becoming reliant on, on that, that it's for a temporary period of time. There are so many things that we do to ourselves that is so damaging to how we show up. I mean, what does, can you tell us a few of the things that that we commonly do that are actually affecting our brain chemistry?
Leah Lund (22:30):
Well, our, yes. And the, and the question around supplements. I mean, I get that a lot of, Oh, that doesn't sound natural. And especially with the level and the quantity that a true neuro nutrition protocol requires for a short period of time can feel a little should I be doing this, but it's, it's food. That's what I tell my client. These amino acids are our building blocks of protein. Most of the supplements are synthesized from yeast, like nutritional yeast think. And so it's high doses of food in a way you can eat it for a temporary time to repair. And the flip side, to your point, if we don't do that, then the sugar starches, alcohols, gluten, all of, all of those foods that most people, I think today have some idea they're doing some damage erode brain chemistry, for sure.
Leah Lund (23:25):
So there's that. So it really is a vicious circle that you know, you, you eat a sugar too, because it, it does actually temporarily give you a little serotonin boost. So you feel a little bit better for a moment, but at the same time, it's further eroding the brain chemistry and it just goes round and round. We also become depleted from stress levels and not managing stress. And that's actually the number one. And so in this time, especially, this is where this epidemic is emerging of mental health of anxiety of depression. And, and that's what I really want to get across anxiety. For example, at its root cause is low serotonin. Now we might also create habits and have thoughts that exacerbate it, but I liken it to if you wanted to run a marathon, but you have a broken leg, I suppose some people could, and I know them could make it anyway and hop along and crawl along and just absolutely pushed through. And then to what, to what end like what's, what's the damage going to be at the end of the race. And doesn't it make a lot more sense to heal the leg first train for the marathon and then run the marathon and, and using the amino acids temporarily to restore brain chemistry is like healing the leg. It's like healing the physical or biochemical imbalance, so that then you can go on and do mindset work and incorporate meditation and all those other things that relieve stress but do it in a sustainable way.
Jen Hall (24:59):
It makes, that makes so much sense. And I'm already like wanting them, but I think that we I
Leah Lund (25:07):
Think I could recommend for you.
Jen Hall (25:11):
I want to hear that is but yeah, I think as well, like, you know, you talked about like the stress and things like that, and this is genuinely a question that I have no idea what the answer is, and you might turn around and just say, no, it has zero effects. It's nothing to do with that. But I just noticed something recently. I watch very little TV, usually. In fact, I didn't watch any kind of like daytime TV. I'm a film watcher. Like I'll watch a film in the, of the evening on an old occasion. And then it's done recently I got addicted to a program called the umbrella Academy. It's on Netflix now. You've heard of it. But it's actually really good. But I do have that kind of personality that once I find something I like, I want to watch the entire thing. Anyway, I did what I know a lot of people have done throughout this pandemic. And that is binge-watch. So I binge watch it and tie two seasons within like a few days of each other and they ended and I felt awful. I'm not going to lie. I'm not just like, Oh God, like my energy had got sucked. I actually felt a bit anxious. What's going any ideas of what's going on there just to kind of diagnose me live on this podcast.
Leah Lund (26:21):
Yeah. And this is so fascinating. And and it happens all the time. So in this case, instead of sugar starch, alcohol, whatever it might be that is sort of a temporary fix. The temporary fix was this program that you were watching. And so when the program's gone, it's like any other withdrawal
Leah Lund (26:44):
Really. And what I mean by a temporary fix, I, I also call them substitutes. It's the things we do in attempt to either feel something we're not feeling or numb and not feel something painful or uncomfortable that we are feeling. And it's completely related to brain chemistry. So my, my guests, because I think there's a lot of this right now, low endorphin endorphin is our natural pleasure and painkiller, and it gives us satisfaction and comfort and loving feelings. And so comfort cravings for foods let's say are a sign of low endorphin because we're substituting, we're trying to find something to comfort us because we don't feel self soothing ourselves comfortable in and of ourselves. And shows, shows Netflix, bingeing is a very common substitute or relief for a comfort craving.
Jen Hall (27:48):
It's honestly, it's fascinating. It makes total sense. And it's really fascinating. And I'm kind of like using this analogy now to kind of look at things like, for instance, eating habits. So the things that we're saying, like things that we do to ourselves on a, on a daily basis, you know, Netflix, binges, food cravings, like constantly eating, like finding ways to almost like find those, those hits. And then, like you say, when, when, when, when it ends and that's where the craving the addiction comes from. But my sister said to me, Oh my God, are you enjoying the program? I'm like, I'm going to be honest with you. I can't wait for it to end, so I can get on with my life
Leah Lund (28:22):
Because endorphin receptors are opiate receptors. So I know this will sound like a little stretch, but, but there's the opiate crisis going on. The Netflix bingeing she's by the way, uses is a endorphin booster, you know, heroin, like these are there on the continuum of things that falsely stimulate endorphin. Now, fortunately yours was just the Netflix show. Right. But, but it's, it's on that same continuum. It's the science behind it is the same.
Jen Hall (29:04):
Yeah. Honestly, it's, it's absolutely fascinating. So I know we've talked like a few elements. I, I just would like you to just summarize for us, cause I know you work, you know, you work with female entrepreneurs on the specific things to help them create more energy and capacity in their lives. So just summarize for me the kind of steps that you, that you would cover with a client to help them achieve that, you know, that results.
Leah Lund (29:27):
Yes. So when you're making that shift to really managing your energy and creating time, freedom and capacity capacity to move to the next level in your business, not just to get your head above the water and feel like you're semi managing things, but to really be able to move next level in your business, it does take a multifaceted approach. And what, I mean, like a holistic approach would be another way to say that mind, body spirit, there are components. So brain chemistry, we spent time on because it is fascinating and it is a major depleter and roadblock to capacity. And that's also just the first step. And it's foundational that spiritual immunity that we spoke about is key learning emotional capacity, how to feel your emotion and release it, how to not let others emotions bring you down or drain you or influence you.
Leah Lund (30:24):
That's a very important piece of things. And then also learning to manage your own frequency. We all put out a vibration and every cell in our body puts out a vibration that interacts with the magnetic field, as we know. And so we have to pay attention to what things lift our vibration and what things lower our vibration and actively put rituals in place that align our vibration with the things that we desire to create. And so all of these are the way I see it. We're born powerful creators, entrepreneurs and professionals, I think have a sense of that. Whether they recognize our call it that or not. They're putting a creative effort out into the world through, through your work, through your business that you're creating. And then there are all of these distractions, physical distractions, mental distractions, emotional distractions by brain distractions. And when you can learn to expand your capacity, so those distractions do not slow you down or detour you, you really can have the things that you desire. You can have more in your life, but you can have it from an ease and flow perspective instead of just thinking, it means you have to put in more time.
Jen Hall (31:46):
Oh, that just sounds like a beautiful light at the end of the tunnel. It really does. You know, because I'm not going to lie, you know, I'm human and you know, I come on this podcast and I'm giving, you know, you guys, you know, the listeners, you know, these, these golden nuggets and I, and of course I found ways to work things and I've shared all of those with you, but I think what's apparent is that it's so important to right now in particular to focus back on, on health. I don't know, you call it, call it Leah, you call it like vibrant health. And really understanding that multifaceted faceted approach that we've really got to look after ourselves. And not just in a necessarily physical way. But as you've put it in a spiritual way, and I think that that's really, really important, and I know that you have an incredible class coming up. Which can you just tell us a bit more about it? Cause I'd love for you to invite the listeners you know, listening to this episode onto that.
Leah Lund (32:49):
Absolutely. I would love to invite everybody listening here to this master class, it's called manage your energy and create more time and freedom in your pandemic restricted life. And it's taking place on the 13th. And this training has really proven to have the power to drastically shift how accomplished, how content and how fulfilled you feel at the end of the day and in your life overall. And that's so important because really bottom line is we attract what we feel and the quality of our emotion is the quality of our life. And so, you know, we can have these big dreams and goals, but if we feel like crap while we're, while we're creating them something will give at some point. So this is a masterclass about learning to build your capacity, not just to survive and get by, get through the holiday holiday, the new year, the rest of this pandemic, but really to to thrive, to thrive in your energy and in your capacity in any time of adversity.
Leah Lund (33:59):
And so we, we will talk about how, and I'll, I'll be training on how to plan your day in a way that gives you energy, how to stick to that plan, how to preserve your boundaries, how to stay focused, how to build that spiritual immunity. I will be teaching a part of my vibrant living formula, which is five steps for restoring natural, vibrant energy. And we'll certainly get into the conversation about the brain too, because the brain is command center of, of everything biochemical and emotional. And when we work with our brain, we can actually, whatever we tell our brain, our brain believes it and it puts out the chemicals that correspond. And so you can become truly the leader of your own brain. And when you do that, you're able to shift your mental, emotional, physical energy as needed throughout the day to be able to stay on track with what's important to you.
Jen Hall (34:56):
This sounds amazing. And I think we've worked it out the time differences. It should be 7:00 PM UK time. So for those UK listeners, that should be that. And what is it Pacific time?
Leah Lund (35:07):
And so then that would be 11:00 AM Pacific in the U S okay.
Jen Hall (35:12):
Excellent. Okay, cool. So I will make sure that that link to that goes into the show notes guys. So do you make sure you go and check that out and get on that master class, if this is something that you really need to focus on this year, which I'm pretty sure that like basically everyone to be focusing on this year and do you go and check that, check that out. Now before I let you go, Leah I, you know, obviously you and I have been working together for a few months now and I just would love for you to share with the listeners, the kind of your kind of biggest breakthrough throughout that time.
Leah Lund (35:44):
Yes. it's just been incredible to work with you, Jen, it's the best decision I've made truly for my business and a couple of the key reasons. One is the the broad perspective that, that I have learned from you. I feel so much more intentional with what I'm creating and putting out in my business because you helped me take a step back and see the bigger picture instead of being in that wheel where I'm just creating and putting out things and developing programs and developing guides and, you know, and, and don't see how it all connects together. You've really given me a very clear vision from a, from a perspective, broad perspective, and stepping back at it. The other piece is I feel like the support you give me is so customized, and there's obviously a lot of options out there for coaches. And yet a lot of them are, here's just this standard process, you know, follow this and it's taught the same way, no matter what type of business you're in or who you are or, and and that never ever worked for me. And so the, the hands-on approach and the customization to what's important to me, what's important to my clients. What is the gift that I am here to deliver to people you're really helping me not only uncover that express that and share that in, in an incredible way. And we're just getting started.
Jen Hall (37:27):
I know, absolutely. I don't want to see that though. Absolutely lovely words. I really, really appreciate them. And I think, you know, for a lot of people building that business engine where that well-oiled machine, where everything works together is, you know, you talk about like, sometimes I can feel restrictive, you know, in terms of time management. And I think having that weld machine where you can see all the cogs and how it all fits together and everything works beautifully, it creates so much more ease and flow and freedom in your business when you can figure all of that out. So I'm so pleased that that has been one of your, your biggest breakthroughs. And just that, you know, guys, Leah is on the elevate program that I talk about a lot. So if you are interested in joining that, do you make sure you click the link in the comments, in the comments?
Jen Hall (38:10):
I always do this in the show notes. I'm not on Facebook, click the link in the show notes book a call with me to discuss. And she, you know, I love the fact that you said it feels customized, cause that's how it's designed to be obviously there is a roadmap but it's not spoonfed. And there are certain elements that are more relevant to one business than another. And it's important to find the things that are going to you, the furthest, the quickest and at the right time, because not everybody is in business in their business journey at the same time. So making sure that that, you know, fits together is really, really important. So thank you so much for those lovely words, Leah, don't forget to book your call guys in the show notes. And I'd just also like to ask Leah, where can people find you? Where, where are people following you?
Leah Lund (38:58):
Sure. So thank you. My website is www one whole health.com. So that's O N E w H O L E health.com. And I'm on all the social media platforms either under my name, Leah Lund, one whole health or on Facebook. Our fan page is Leah London bring coach
Jen Hall (39:21):
Fabulous. And I'll make sure that those links go in the show notes as well, guys. So thank you so much for joining me for this incredible conversation. Leah, it's been really enlightening and I've been loving talking about all things, brain chemistry and building energy. I'm feeling energized just through talking to you. So thanks again for coming on.
Leah Lund (39:40):
My pleasure. Thank you so much for having me for all the women. You are here to do big things and you can thrive without burning yourself out and do those things.
Jen Hall (39:50):
I love, I love how this ended, so thank you so much, Leah
Jen Hall (39:53):
Guys, I'll see you in the next eposide.