Catch Kenyatta Turner on the #PirateBroadcast™ - russjohns

Catch Kenyatta Turner on the #PirateBroadcast™

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Introduction: [00:00:00] Welcome to the #PirateBroadcast™, where we interview #interestingpeople doing #interestingthings. Where you can expand your connections, your community, #kindnessiscool and #smilesarefree. Let’s get this party started.

Russ Johns: [00:00:10] Once again, Kenyatta and I are sitting there jabbering in the green room and just having a great old time, having a conversation and welcome to the #PirateBroadcast. Love to have you here. And love Kenyatta Turner. Thank you so much for being here.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:00:25] Hey, thanks for having me, Russ. This is fun. I forgot. We were like, oh, we were supposed to be on the camera.

Russ Johns: [00:00:30] I hope your moderator accepted your posts too.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:00:32] I'm trying to do all the things and be like, oh, okay, so we're live now, I should share this to here and help spread the good word.

Russ Johns: [00:00:40] Share the love out there, folks. Share the love. If you're listening to this in the future, live, anytime at all, it'd be really nice to be able to have you send this over to someone that needs to hear it because this episode is absolutely going to positively bring some gold to your life. I promise we'll drop some nuggets of knowledge, information, and share something that you need to hear today. So there you go. Yeah. Sending out the intent, Kenyatta.  So how have you been?

Kenyatta Turner: [00:01:14] Oh my gosh, Russ. How have you been? I've been great. How have you been?

Russ Johns: [00:01:21] First off, I want to say happy anniversary. Seven years.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:01:27] Oh yes. Seven years on this entrepreneurial journey.

Russ Johns: [00:01:34] Happy Anniversary.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:01:36] Yeah. It's wild. It's wild to think that it's been that long because it went so fast.

Russ Johns: [00:01:41] We just lost your audio. No, it sounds like you went to a different speaker.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:01:45] I don't like that. I don't know exactly well but can you hear me? I'm going to switch and see what happen. Is this better?

Russ Johns: [00:01:51] That's better.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:01:52] Okay, cool. Yeah. I don't know the things, the technology things. So yes, it's just interesting to think that when I took this leap, jumped off the cliff and sprouted wings, I like to say, seven years ago, knowing in my heart and my soul full well this will be my next phase of my life. I would be a business owner and an entrepreneur and living my life in that way. There was no doubt there was fear, but there was no doubt, meaning I knew what I was supposed to do, I just didn't know how. So looking back now going, wow, you really didn't know how did you? Because there's been so many different things, up until now, but then  I shouldn't be surprised because I set my intention. But then it's still surprising because it's yeah, I'm doing this thing. And I forget sometimes I say to someone, oh, I'm working on building a business, they're like, no, you have a business. No, you are a business owner. And I'm like, yeah, but I feel like I'm still building.

Russ Johns: [00:02:43] That's the whole point.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:02:44] Yeah, so I started Legal Shield seven years. That was my first, I thought it was my vehicle Russ. I thought it was the vehicle to build my freedom empire. And I realized that it's not just the vehicle, it's a wheel on my vehicle. And I feel like I have an 18 Wheeler.

Russ Johns: [00:03:00] I love that analogy. I love that analogy. So  here's the secret though? Doing and learning. Yeah it's a process. It's an ongoing process. It's never ending. It's a journey. And the thing that, it's set your intent. I am a writer. I am a creator. I am a business owner. I am an entrepreneur. Own it and set the intention even if you have... because nobody has all of the answers. Let's clear that off the table, nobody has all the answers. Nobody. All the gurus in the world do not have all the answers.  They have pieces of the puzzle along the way, and I encourage you to talk to other people and just like we were talking before, I have a mastermind going on right now. Happy to join and Dubb and how I use Dubb to build relationships and make connections and put things out there. And you used Dubb as well. You were in masterminds as well.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:03:59] Yes, and I learned so much from you Russ and I'm probably coming back again, cause I still need to continue to learn because you're great with creating those systems and things like that. And that's what I need, but Dubb's a pretty cool platform and I don't use it enough. I know I don't. And they're coming out with all kinds of new features and everything, but it's a cool way to set up, send videos, but then have them be on your own little page with call to action buttons and everything and calendars embedded and all the things. It's pretty cool. And you're like the master of how to use that. So I need to hang on to you.

Russ Johns: [00:04:29] You're welcome to join again. So I'll share more knowledge. I just want to remind everyone and I can shout this out to the world because you were so incredible. You have such great energy. If you're not connected to Kenyatta, connect with Kenyatta, she's an awesome individual, always dropping knowledge bombs. We've got programs out there, so you have some programs going on right now. Why don't you share what you're doing? What's your bringing you joy today?

Kenyatta Turner: [00:04:55] Of course. Yeah. Always got something going on. Wow. So first, of course I am so into behavior. And the behavioral science. I absolutely am floored daily with what I learn and experience through our behavioral superpower universe that we're building with my company, Freedom Empire Consulting with Dream Smart Academy, my partners, and every day, I'm blown away by a conversation I have with someone as they gain self-awareness at a level that they've never done before and the eyes opening about, wow, this is not only who I am, but this is why I am and becoming what I call behaviorally and unapologetically you. Because when you have knowledge of that and you realize you don't have to try to change and apologize for things that are just so innately you, then you can grow in that and unleash that, I call it. And that's what I know I've done since I've learned I'm an outgoing, fast paced influencer. That's my style. And some people say, oh what about the labels, you're putting labels on this and I'm like, whatever, you accept the label or not. I know what I am and who I am, and I am outgoing and I'm very fact-based and I am an influencer, not in the realm of social media influence for those of you who are like, oh, she's a social media influencer. This was around way before social media was. And my mother's an influencer too. And  it really is just a very interesting thing. So we are doing a lot of amazing things and I have programs that help people identify what their behavioral super powers are, decode that behavior and then optimize their performance based on the knowledge of it, and then enhance relationships. And I do that in masterminds, one-on-one coaching enterprise solutions. We do it with children, teens, young adults. We're actually starting a charter school. I'm so excited. I'm here in Mesa. We call it Dream Smart Life Prep Academy. And it's a behaviourally based school where all the students who come in will know what their behavioral superpowers are, as well as all the students and faculty or the staff and everything. And we'll be able to really customize a student's learning experience based on how they're behaviorly. Not based on what we think they need to know and how they need to learn it. So teaching, social, emotional learning, and life skills and behavioral awareness, financial awareness, things like that, all really. So that's all so exciting. And I love every single day the people we get to connect with and the lives that we change based on this. And we're certifying behavioral superpowers coaches. Yeah, that was always part of the goal and we're doing it now. We're in our second cohort, we have eight people who are being certified to be behavioral superpowers coaches, and the methodology that we teach and that we train. So we're just scratching the scratch of the surface. We need more people out there to really be sharing this and their coaching practices because it's the first step of really getting to know someone, if you're gonna help them.

Russ Johns: [00:07:50] You should probably know somebody that has is like a community builder or something like that.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:07:55] Right? Like Russ Johns, community builder extraordinaire. Spontaneous, communicative community builder at that, if I remember correctly. Yeah, you guysknow Russ, he is a community builder through and through, a heart of gold. Bringing people together, making sure everyone's taken care of, getting consensus and super kind and loving, and that is a community builder, but that  spontaneous and creative trait, that's why you're so cool too, to hang out with, that's why you need systems to keep you on track. I'm the same way.

Russ Johns: [00:08:26] Keep me on track...squirrel. I've got another, oh, that's interesting.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:08:29] Yes. In our class just yesterday, we were talking about the spontaneity, the structure trait. That's where that falls. Spontaneity on one side, planned on the other side and you are high on the spontaneous side as am I. And we were talking about how we envy people who have that strong plan trait that's natural within them, because they just naturally create structure in their sleep. People like you and I we have to be methodical about that. Sit down and go, okay, let's focus on this.

Russ Johns: [00:08:56] The only reason I can build systems is because I've been forced to do it over years of practice.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:09:01] And that's exactly what it is. You've trained yourself because you need to, as well. So you're aware of that. And some people literally just they're wired to do it and that's just all, they can't not do it basically. They get uncomfortable when it's not done.

Russ Johns: [00:09:14] That goes back to the teams. I've talked a lot in the last couple of weeks about building teams and delegating responsibility that you don't enjoy doing. And it's important for us to really be able to shine in our ideal situation, stay in our lane. If you can actually delegate things that you don't enjoy, so you can stay in your lane.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:09:35] That's the thing, you don't enjoy and you're not good at.

Russ Johns: [00:09:37] I suck at this. Please someone come and help me.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:09:41] Yes. That's what I'm learning too, to work with a team right now. And that's a very new thing for me, learning to delegate and structured enough so that I'm effective to help the team. That's trying to help me right. When I don't do the same thing twice the same way, and they're like, where's your SOP?  I don't know. That's what you're for. Help me.

Russ Johns: [00:10:00] Well, do you have a mop. I don't know.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:10:04] Yeah. But there's something else I have to share with you too that's so exciting. So in my mind, in my mind, Freedom Empire's name of my business. And it is truly a Freedom Empire is a mindset.  It could be a place, but it's also really a mindset. It's the idea that you get to build your freedom empire, be the emperor or empress of your world. Like what you want to create for your family, your business, your legacy, whatever that is. Okay. That's the freedom empire.And there's many facets, there's many foundations to that, and you have to work on different ones at different times. There's no balance. There's only intentional imbalance, cause you can't do everything at once. But part of it and a journey that I've been on really excited about is a health related journey specifically to my physical health in order to let my body catch up with or keep up with my mind. That's really what I got to the point of I realized my mind was running so fast. My body's hey, what's going on? I'm trying to hang out with you, but my mind. Come on, keep up. So what I really needed to do in the realm of taking care of my physical self in order to have it support what's going on up here. That's really what it came down to. And it's been an amazing, really about six months of a lot of different things that I've been learning. And I feel just better than I felt in a really long time. I love it. So that being said, I am, and Russ, you know this, but I don't know if you've been catching up on what's been going on lately, but I'm the host of a radio show.

Russ Johns: [00:11:25] Yes, you are.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:11:26] Like a real life radio show.

Russ Johns: [00:11:28] Saturdays. At what time?

Kenyatta Turner: [00:11:30] 11:00 AM on money radio 15.10, 105.3 FM.

Russ Johns: [00:11:35] Isn't that fun? Isn't that fun?

Kenyatta Turner: [00:11:37] It's so much fun. And you can also listen It's streamed live, so assuming, if you go to right now something's on the radio. So you can listen to it. They record it. We'll have the podcast all set up where you can listen to the recordings, but we've had four episodes so far and it's really very interesting. It's a lot of fun. But we talk about health, wellness, all things natural, mindset spirituality. This weekend the topic is detoxing your mind. Last weekend, it was detoxing your body. This weekend is detoxing your mind. And we have guests on the show IA alpha will be a guest. I have co-hosts that are natural pharmacists that come in and we'd have two of them that come in and switch topics are always different. Every week we have guests every week. We have retailer spotlights, now natural store retailer spotlights, natural pathic minute, vitamin magic, all these different things. And what's so exciting, I'm not the expert. Hello. I am not the expert, but I just learned so much.  I'm like taking notes going, oh, I should take those vitamins? Vitamin A really? That's interesting. Or you can get mushrooms. Little powder tablets of all the good mushrooms and all the nutrients that you need cause I don't eat mushrooms. I think they're disgusting, but I learned, oh, you can get them in a little pill and I can take them and still get the value. And I'm like, oh, okay.

Russ Johns: [00:12:55] So I can take my mushrooms...

Kenyatta Turner: [00:12:57] another way. So I am on this learning journey. I had been already and then I got asked to do this radio show. It's called the Natural Grocer, by the way. I don't know if I've said that, it's called the Natural Grocer and the show was around originally in 1992. And the executive producer and the founder it was really famous back then and in Florida and all over the place. And then even here in Arizona and he brought the show back and asked me to be the host of the show. So that's how I got involved in that. So that's another thing that I'm doing. So if you hear me talk about the natural grocer and yeah, it's fun stuff.

Russ Johns: [00:13:29] Yeah, I actually was aware of that before you started.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:13:32] Cause you might be helping us out with some things

Russ Johns: [00:13:34] And I did some research and for those that are online and doing something, just a question to the group here, to the community is would you like the opportunity to call in and ask questions? Chat's great and I have figured out how I can actually allow, without hardware, I can actually have people call in and ask questions. So I was thinking about doing a specific show for that and it's one of the things that you're talking about. The ideas I have far exceed my ability to do them. The clock keeps ticking and I still have things on my to-do list when my, to done list should be done.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:14:14] It should be done. Yeah, no, you're absolutely right. And the call-in thing is really cool because we have call-ins and we actually even did like a couple of giveaways. So we'll ask the question, people call in. We gave away some stuff and we'll continue to do that. I think it's a cool thing. And I think people, I don't know, I think it's interesting Because I don't know. I guess I can't say this. I know people are used to calling into radio shows because that's the way it's always been. But then now the way people conceive or consume information is so different now that are they used to calling in, maybe that's a new thing, the ability because they're not used to being given the opportunity.

Russ Johns: [00:14:52] It's probably generational.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:14:53] And it's probably generational. Yep.

Russ Johns: [00:14:55] Yeah, because the people that were listening to am radio are not necessarily the people that are on Tik TOK.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:15:02] True. True. And even if it is on it, cause we're on 105.3 FM as well, but even still, you and I know about calling into radio shows, right?

Russ Johns: [00:15:11] Yeah. I used to host a radio show in Houston. That's a thing. But congratulations on that. That's fantastic. I love the idea that you're doing that because you're perfect at it.  You're perfect to be able to bring in the conversation, drive the pace and the way it's being presented. It's fantastic. I want to give a shout out to a few people in here. Elize...

Kenyatta Turner: [00:15:32] Elize. Hi.

Russ Johns: [00:15:35] In from South Africa.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:15:37] Wow.

Russ Johns: [00:15:38] That's crazy. Howard Kaufman, our friend.  How you doing? Luis, over in LA. Ruby, from LA. Stay safe.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:15:48] I was on Russ' show yesterday, but he wasn't there.

Russ Johns: [00:15:53] Two awesome people this morning.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:15:54] And Raquel hosting.

Russ Johns: [00:15:57] Oh, very cool. Hiett Ives is here in from Houston. Martin, hey all, what's happening? What's happening? Representing Nairobi, kenya. Here to claim Kenyatta Turner. Yes. Yes.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:16:15] Nice Martin. Thank you, I've received that.

Russ Johns: [00:16:19] . I'll have to check that out. I will put that number on speed dial.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:16:22] Hey, Luis is like I got something to say.

Russ Johns: [00:16:25] I got something to say. Jimmy Jam, James from Seattle. How hot is it in Seattle today?

Kenyatta Turner: [00:16:33] Oh my gosh. What's going on in that part of the world?

Russ Johns: [00:16:36] No kidding. Kenyatta, happy to provide products for an upcoming giveaway. Fantastic. Love that idea.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:16:44] Howard, we need to talk. We need to talk for sure.

Russ Johns: [00:16:46] Cause he hasORL. O-R-L .  Fantastic product. I use it every day.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:16:51] Howard, send me a DM, please. I definitely want to talk to you, for sure.

Russ Johns: [00:16:56] See this is the kind of community we have. We have such a loving community. And a lot of people, Kenyatta, we've worked hard to help and support the community. And that's what freedom is about for me. It's adding, if you wanna see success in your life, you add more value to more people more often. It's as simple as that.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:17:19] It's just as simple as that. We are, I feel morally obligated to do what I can to not only live my most amazing and glorious life, but to help others do the same thing. So that is what it's about, for sure. And I can't help it, and being connected with cool people like you because Russ, you're amazing.  So those of you who don't know, me and Russ, met at LinkedIn local many moons ago. And just became great friends. We both live here in Arizona. We've stayed connected and done some projects together. We'll continue to do projects together, like LinkedIn local pop-up with Art Jones and just keeping that going. Just continue to bring people together. You're the community builder. That's what you do anyway. And I just show up and run my mouth.

 Russ Johns: [00:18:01] You are an instigator of sorts. You have been known to organize a few things here and there.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:18:05] I can be, I can be.

Russ Johns: [00:18:08] So one of the things that I love about the community and, broadcasting and live streaming  Is the ability to share valuable information with a lot of people and continue to share. And it's not necessarily me sharing my information as much as it is being able to highlight people like yourself because it's really what we can do together, and it's one of the things I like to say, thought that I'd processed  the year. I don't know how long ago, but it's amplified the we, it's not about me. It's about what we can do together. And I love the idea of amplifying the we and coming together and making sure that we can actually help each other and support each other. And I also  do another show on Tuesday as well. Every Tuesday at 11:00 AM, I'm doing a show. And then I just got accepted onto Amazon live, which is the influencer program over there. So I'm going to be doing some more shows over on Amazon, and I would love the opportunity to have conversations over there and on different platforms for different people in different communities. And I'd love to invite you on as well.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:19:17] I accept the invitation. I'll show up wherever, and I want to help amplify those messages as well. Now here's the thing, I just found out really about Amazon live yesterday. So that's interesting you're saying that today. Dee Scott was like, oh, I'm on Amazon live and I'm like what are you talking about? And so I went and I looked at it and then I didn't even realize that I was following Junaid Ahmed is on Amazon live as well. Cause it showed up and said you're already following, I'm like, how am I following him? I must've clicked something.  I didn't even understand what it was. So I was like, ooh, another little live platform. Very interesting.

Russ Johns: [00:19:49] So back on, cause he's creating  another course as well to help people out.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:19:54] He's awesome.

Russ Johns: [00:19:55] Yeah, he's awesome. He's a great individual to follow and connect with as well.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:19:59] Absolutely. And so congratulations on your Amazon live and your other show. Where's the other show?

Russ Johns: [00:20:06] It's on WinJect Studios. and it's Chris Ross. It's in the UK. He's got Jess Lee from the Jess Lee show. She's doing a Netflix series  and there's a Jason and Zach and a couple of other people. It's a community of podcasters and broadcasters, live streamers.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:20:28] Okay. Very cool.

Russ Johns: [00:20:31] It's once again, community and it's out there putting together some things to support podcasters that are coming up that want to be able to increase their visibility and their authority in the market. And we're out there to help people out.  

Kenyatta Turner: [00:20:47] More stuff for me to check out.

Russ Johns: [00:20:49] Exactly. Exactly. So Martin says, 2020 and on now we really emphasize the importance of building a sense of community. So kudos Russ Johns.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:20:59] Absolutely, Martin.

Russ Johns: [00:21:00] Thank you, Martin. #gratitude for you being here. So what's on the horizon. What's next? You're building a school. Yes. 18 Wheeler coming down the road. How many wheels you got on now?

Kenyatta Turner: [00:21:14] Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Co-founder of the school, radio show host, coach, trainer. I love the certification classes. We're really excited about that. I have several speaking engagements coming up. Several summits. I'll be a part of the success Fest 21 empowerment summit, which is a global... I think there's 200 speakers already on this, on actually both of those summits. Huge. I have a list. I'm like, what? Yeah. So I'm doing the thing, meaning I'm doing exactly what I want to do and what I'm built to do is what's happening. So I love it. If you're out there and you're looking for speakers on different things, I love speaking. I love training, coaching, so I have lots of opportunities to do that. Lots of stuff on the calendar. And again, working with a team to help me make sure that I get that information out there. So people know about all these different events, whether you listen to me or not, there's this powerful information and people that are part of these communities that have just amazing information to share, to just help people. And I just love being a part of anything like that. Lots of opportunities coming up for speaking engagements and my next program that I stay tuned for in July it's time again for my quadratic communication course. So I will be talking about that, where we teach people their behavioral communication style and which of the quadratic quadrants they fall into, either it's goal setting, lifestyle, stability, or information. Because again, we talk about knowing our audience. You can know them by looking at them or looking at demographic information, or you could understand them behaviorally and be able to communicate them really on that level. So it's time for me to launch that course again. So you'll hear me talking about that. If anyone wants to let me know.

Russ Johns: [00:22:59] Yeah. Tag me and I'll share it.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:23:01] Yeah, absolutely.

Russ Johns: [00:23:03] Martin says, yeah. You were stalking without realizing it. Maybe there should be another option for going the same direction rather than following.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:23:14] Oh, who are we stalking? Oh, maybe Junaid?

Russ Johns: [00:23:19] I don't know. It's interesting that you bring up a great point Martin, and maybe you could talk about it Kenyatta, cause on LinkedIn, you can set your profile to following because I'm a creator. And so I think my profile is set to following cause after 30,000 you can't add any more people. I'm not at 30,000 yet. And yeah, I could set my thing to follow and just like following on LinkedIn live, you don't necessarily have the interaction that you'd have on other platforms. You are sharing information rather than communicating all the time. So it's interesting. Interesting thought, Martin.  I like it. I like it.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:23:59] Speaking of following on LinkedIn, I haven't turned on that creator mode yet. I haven't tried it yet. I have been listening to people talk about it and I hear a lot of, someone said the other day, they said it was like a lunch bag. I don't know. Just the idea that when you open up your lunch bag, you're all excited, ooh, what do I have for lunch? And you open it up and you're like, meh.

Russ Johns: [00:24:16] Oh, was that the comment brown bag in it? Yeah.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:24:19] Yeah, something about brown bag, lunch bag, something like that about it. And I was like okay, this is interesting, so I haven't switched it over yet and I will, but it's not a priority. Try it out to see if that works or whatever. I'll experiment, I don't care. I throw the spaghetti on the wall, see what happens. And I'm interested to see.

Russ Johns: [00:24:34] Did you know that you could put a 30 second intro into your profile now?

Kenyatta Turner: [00:24:38] Oh, I just saw that. On accident I clicked on someone and  I was like, what just happened? Moving pictures. I was like, oh, wait a minute. I'm like, I need to do a little video on there on little profiles. Yeah, I haven't done that yet either.

Russ Johns: [00:24:50] There's always something coming up. There's always something.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:24:54] Have you done an Instagram reel yet?

Russ Johns: [00:24:57] Have I done an Instagram Reel? Yeah. Yeah, but I'm struggling with the idea of, okay, they went to IGTV and this could be an entire show because it's like, how many places can I show up in and provide enough value? And I can be consistent, so I'm doing the #PirateBroadcast, I'm doing the WinJect Studios. I'm working on Amazon live and I just crossed our 90 episodes of my music, my track a day platform. So 90 tracks, yeah. For any of those that don't know this process, since my birthday, I've been getting back into my music and creating a track a day on my iPad using iPad apps and some of the creative process that goes along with that and creating a track a day for 90 days, last 90 days. And just a little experiment on my own, and I've been putting it out there as a podcast. So it's on all the platforms.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:25:59] Oh that sounds awesome.

Russ Johns: [00:25:59] It's actually on audible. Yeah, it's on audible. And then what I'll do is I'm going to take, after I don't know, a couple of hundred tracks I'll break it down and put albums together, then I could put it on apple and iTunes and everything else.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:26:13] I've got to catch up, man. I got to see what you're doing. I see the little thing post up and have you clicked that yet? I gotta listen to that. And then again,  you're just doing all the things. Squirrel.

Russ Johns: [00:26:25] I need to  work with the Kenyatta to get my behavior behaving.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:26:31] Seriously. We need to do some behavior modification over here. And here's the thing I tell people all the time, look  you are who you are, that's it. Okay. This is your baseline. But then just be aware of the kryptonite that comes with the superpower. When your power is overplayed, it becomes a struggle and a struggle unmanaged becomes a weakness. So the whole point is just to try to evolve that power you have causing weaknesses for you, and that's really all it is to where it derails your productivity and affects relationships and things like that, but  move in that power. You are the creative, spontaneous community builder. That's what you should be doing. But when it's affecting other things because of that squirrel, then that's where it's like, all right, we need to reel you in.

Russ Johns: [00:27:16] We're going to talk about that. In fact, what I'll do is I'll invite you to the WinJect Studios community and we'll talk about that subject specifically and set up a time for that.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:27:27] Let's do it.

Russ Johns: [00:27:28] Yeah. I would love to dive deeper into that conversation. And here we are,  our time is up, Kenyatta.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:27:36] Bummer.

Russ Johns: [00:27:36] Bummer. So I just want to thank everyone for being here. Martin says, some of the social media use options are bewildering. Absolutely. We'll reach out and connect, Kenyatta Turner, interested in behavioral communication.

Kenyatta Turner: [00:27:49] Oh, fantastic. Hey, can I tell them where to go to? Oh yeah, I have a cool little behavioral self-awareness and personal development checklist. It's a freebie. So if you go to, you can get a little checklist and yet you'll get on my list. You'll get some information, but you'll be able to to go through, to start doing some things to evaluate your own level of behavioral self-awareness and we can definitely start there. So yeah, just go check that out. Check out the checklist.

Russ Johns: [00:28:16] And as always Kenyatta, I love hanging out with you and having great conversations. And I just love the fact that we were able to connect today and hopefully everybody's going to have a safe and happy 4th of July. I'm back tomorrow. Don't miss the show. As always. It's interesting.  Because #kindnessiscool, #smilesarefree and you #enjoytheday,

Kenyatta Turner: [00:28:40] Russ, thank you so much. Bye everyone.

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