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Masterful Purpose with Chief Master Sergeant Pamela Pete

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Gary Pinkerton hosts Pamela Pete, retired Chief Master Sergeant and Air Force Veteran. Pete discusses her book, The Masterful Purpose Daily and Goal Action Planner and Planner Guide. The conversation centers around goals and passions and why people are misconstruing the two. She explains how she took steps to start her business and goes into some of the struggles that prevented her from starting. Everyone has fears. We have limiting beliefs that we impose on ourselves that we need to recognize and overcome.

Announcer 0:04
Welcome to the heroic investing show. As first responders we risk our lives every day our financial security is under attack. Our pensions are in a state of emergency. A single on duty incident can alter or erase our earning potential instantly and forever. We are the heroes of society. We are self reliant and we need to take care of our own financial future. The heroic investing show is our toolkit of business and investing tactics on our mission to financial freedom.

Gary Pinkerton 0:38
Welcome to the heroic investing show, a podcast for first responders, members, the military, veterans, and anyone looking to improve their financial future and gain some freedom with their time. We teach America’s heroes how to build passive income, build their startup business and safely grow wealth through real estate and other alternative investments. We have current and prior first responders put protections systems and a team in place to help them build a life where they can focus on their passion, that service or product that they’re uniquely gifted to share with others, making the world a better place for all of us. My name is Gary Pinkerton and I co host this show with Jason Hartman. Today’s episode is heroic investing 170 Episode 170. This is a 10th episode and as you longtime listeners know, modeling what Jason does on the creating wealth podcast series, we go off topic here on the heroic investing show to something of general life interest. We’ve gotten consistently positive feedback on this from the very beginning, but we are always open to finding out if we’re still on track, so please keep that feedback coming. You can deliver it to me directly at Gary at Gary Pinkerton comm or you can go right to the rook investing show and leave feedback there on the site. The topics on these 10th episodes tend to be focused on self improvement, raising your performance and health family, business relationships influencing others, General mindset and many more, because they are the messages that if we routinely hear and practice can change our life and the lives of those around us. I think you will really enjoy the interview we’ve selected for today’s off topic 10th episode. Ladies and gentlemen, today I have the distinct pleasure of being able to introduce to you Pamela pay. Pam is the CEO of the coaching company masterful purpose, and you can find out more about Pam Andra company at masterful purpose.com. So Pam is a California native. She’s a veteran and retired Air Force Chief Master Sergeant. She’s a professional recruiter, having spent many many years as a recruiter in the Air Force and was wildly successful in that field in that career. As I mentioned, she CEO of masterful purpose and the vision of our company is to fan into flames, the gifts of God and ignite goal achievement in millions of people through coaching, transitional speaking, poetry and prose. I think you’re going to absolutely enjoy this lady, her story, her vision, her motivation, and what she can do for you and many like you, and helping you achieve your goals, as I always say, identify unique genius, Master unique genius, and then share it with the world. So everyone, please join me in welcoming Pam pay. Pamela, as I mentioned in the introduction, is an Air Force veteran has tremendous business that she has ran for several years. He’s out of California across the country for me and Pam, I love for the audience to be able to hear from you. But first and foremost, welcome. And thank you for joining me this morning.

Pamela Pete 3:51
Again, thank you for having me. It’s a pleasure to be able to speak to anybody that might be interested in their gifts, goals and purpose.

Gary Pinkerton 4:00
That’s amazing. Well, we all should be if we if there are if there’s some that are not, Sam, can you just kind of give us you know your background and how you ended up doing what you’re doing today. And I believe you’re going to tell me that you found your unique genius or your sole purpose, but I’d love to hear from you. Like how did you end up here?

Pamela Pete 4:17
I think I knew what my gift was when I was 10 years old. I was kind of always one that was in charge. And I began to write points at an early age writing poems on the walls and, and things like that. So I already knew that kind of leadership and writing was a gift of mine. I came into masterful purpose after I retired from the military. I left home when I was 15. And I was homeless for a while got into some abusive relationships. And the last relationship that I was in, that person was sent to all kinds of nefarious activities as I was as well, and he had murdered someone and came to my home, and I let him in because he had a gun in his hand. And certainly after he came in, somebody else came to the house and shot him in the head. At that point in my life, I was pretty low part of my of my life, and my mom to power of prayer. And God chose to save me at that time, and through some very extensive prayer and fasting, and it was just God’s wheel that I was able to turn my life around. It wasn’t overnight, it took a while, I was able to start goal setting, and that became the beginning of my goal setting or deal my mom was into goal setting. She had all these planners and guides that helped her set goals and realize goals. My mom was handicapped, and that never stopped her from doing anything. She had inventory paralysis from polio, and one leg was shorter than the other. But she went on to do anything that she wanted to include traveling around the world by herself and in her later years. Her determination, her for to to her faith, she instilled in me. And as I, in my desperation to change my life, I looked into goal setting, I got into a church, I was born again, I started setting goals, but I still had a lot of self sabotaging habits, a lot of fears, and a lot of self limiting beliefs. So I wasn’t as successful in setting my goals initially. And then I discovered why I couldn’t be successful, why I couldn’t accomplish my goals. And I started doing research into those areas. So I started looking into different avenues that would help me overcome some of myself seven hop tagging habits, a big one of my self sabotage, self sabotaging habits was lack of self worth, because of what I’ve been through and what I gone through and words, which I have been called that I accept it that went into my spirit. I didn’t have confidence in myself, I didn’t feel like I was valued. I didn’t feel like I was worth anything that I was really trying to accomplish. And I did some exercises that helped me overcome self sabotaging habits like replacing that mind that negative mind chatter with positive affirmations. I am worthy lessons are chasing me down. You know, God had me he created me for a purpose. And I have a gift that he instilled in me. And I would just replace those every time I got that negative mind chatter. And then I was able to put together a program, which I decided later, I started helping people first before I even created my business, masterful purpose. And I became a role model not only because I was able to go from hell to Chief Master Sergeant, which is the highest enlisted rank in the military, behind setting goals. Only 1% in the military, even fewer women make that rank. But because people knew where I came from a lot of people that didn’t have any expectations for me, were really surprised and proud of the accomplishments I’m and especially those people who were still in those dark places, and they saw me get out. And they saw my life turn around. They wanted to know what I was doing and how that could help them. Even in my military career, 26 years 19 of those I was a recruiter, you go out to high schools and you talk to kids about their goals, you talk to them about their future. And I think I went into the military at 32. So I was older than a lot of the other recruiters and and when I went into high school, I was the same age as their mother. And you know, kids don’t talk don’t listen to their parents.

Pamela Pete 9:25
They’ll listen to anybody else. So I was speaking to the kids and they were listening to me and I would tell them different avenues that they could use to achieve their future how I had them start thinking about what was in store for them later. And a lot of them don’t think past today. Don’t think about past what I’m aware and in this girlfriend are these kind they are. Yeah, they listen to me and I was like, Oh, this is awesome. And to go coach I got into a position soon into my military career, where I was interviewing people that were separating from the military. So now these guys are like 22 years old. And in order for them to separate from active duty Air Force, they had to speak to me. I was the in service recruiter, recruiting them to go into the Air Force Reserve. And they would come to my interview. And I would say, Okay, what is your plan? And some of them didn’t have plans. Some of them had some plans that weren’t well thought out. Most of them didn’t have anything in writing. And I would tell them, okay, I want you to come back at this time tomorrow. And I want you to tell me where you plan to be in the next five years? What’s your immediate plan? What do you plan to do, as soon as you get out? What is the result of what you’re going to do for your first month, and they would be like, I didn’t know this was this. Because I was higher rate than them, they had to do what I said. So they would come to me with the plan, they went home, and they wrote out some goals. And they had to think about their plan. And even though I was recruiting, a lot of those people realize it was a time for them to get out. And I would tell them, you know, get out of the military, from having pay from having life insurance, health insurance, not worrying about what you’re going to wear and where you’re going to live and what you’re going to eat down a step to have to worry about that. You only get out when you have a full plan that’s going to take you a leg up, not a lay down. And they started listening to me, some of them didn’t get out after my interview, they realized that they weren’t ready. I had one guy he was going to get out he would been in the military 15 years, at five years to go for a lifetime retirement check. And he came to me and he was going to get out. And after I spoke to him, and he told me his goal of starting a T shirt business, I guess he had been putting some words or stuff on a T shirt on his side a little bit. And he was going to start a T shirt business. And I spoke to him. And I helped him realize that it takes five years. Usually, that’s what word on the street is takes five years for your business to be successful or fail. In five years. He couldn’t start his business now, part time. And the five years, he wouldn’t know if that’s gonna be a successful endeavor for you. And then he would have that paycheck guaranteed the rest of his life to support that business, should it not fail, and you don’t, he didn’t have any income. He didn’t have any investors in this business. It was just him just gone. Blake it and I already had a business degree. So I kind of knew that he didn’t know. And he came back and he actually brought me a little token, thank him are open in his eyes, 

Gary Pinkerton 13:00
straighten his path. Yeah, helping him out.

Pamela Pete 13:02
Why? From then on, and I really got more and more into go coaching. And when I retired five years ago, I didn’t have the faith. To start out on my own. We go coaching as I said, I began to go coach a little bit. I wrote a business plan, but I still didn’t have the faith, I still was dependent on the government, when you separate from the military, if you’re used to Uncle Sam telling you what to do, when to do where to do why to do everything in your life, and especially 26 years, you’re pretty much indoctrinated to that that’s a big military members don’t realize that, you know, because when you’ve been doing something or been told something for so many years, and that is the system of your life, when you separate that gap going from military to civilian world, you don’t wake up the next day, after you get your retirement order. And I’m a civilian. You wake up, still ready to jump up out of bed, put on your cat, you’ll still be when I went outside. After I separated, I was still looking for my cover. I knew I mean, it couldn’t be exposed. I was still talking to people, my friends and relatives. Like I was still in the military. Yeah, I went to a school and I spoke to the school because I had already started doing things like that, about their goals. And I went with my daughter, who is a real estate investor. And she pulled me to the side. She said, Mom, those aren’t military people, adults or kids. I want it they’re fun. 503 you will pass up into your future. Where will you go? How will you get there?

unknwon 15:00
You know what I was a kid, right? sitting in a chair with their eyes open, what’s going on? I got to know. And that was actually my point to get their attention. But when you separate from the military, you’re so used to the military telling you this, this this one day, and I guess it was about two or three weeks after I separated, I woke up, and I realized, hey, nobody, the boss of me get up at five o’clock in the morning, you know, I wanted to you know, and I finally realized it was about a year later that I was able to put my uniforms away. I was like, Okay, if I might be needed, you know, someone might call me. And then then going into the civilian world, I took the easy route, I got a contract with the advertising company that worked for the military. Only recruiters can get this position. Because you have to know rules and regulation, in order to on the phone, filtered through people that want to get into the military. And give those people that make it through your filter to the recruiters. And so I was that filter. And I did that for a couple years. While I was writing my plan, creating my your business plan. Yeah, this is and and speaking a little bit as well, I was venturing out a little bit speaking at different different venues, local venues, Kiwanis, rotary, things like that. And then one day, I said, if I’m gonna do this, I’m gonna do this, I’m going to step out on faith, I gave my notice for my contract job. And I set my goals, I already knew that, in order to be successful, I would have to have clear, concise goals, I would have to every day inspect what I expected to see if I was on point. And I would have to give myself little micro wins little victorious in order to stay motivated, just like I would do my airman. When I was achieved in the military, I give them clear, concise goals. I inspected what I expected of them, to keep them on target, and then order them, I would give rewards in front of people as well as privately. And when you set goals for yourself, you have to do the same thing. You have to have your goals, you have to they have to be clear, concise. You have to inspect what your progress is in order to stay on track every day. And I do that not only with myself, but with an accountability partner that calls me and says, okay, you said you were gonna make 10 prospecting calls. How’d you do on that? You said you were going to submit 15 points report to contest how’d you do on that? You said you were going to have to pay speaking engagements this month. In order to do that, within the first 15 days, you have to have one where you add on that. And so I have an accountability partner. Also, I have a mastermind group. My mastermind group is a group of individuals that are like minded. And it’s a speaking group organization that I join. And together, we share information, we talk about different obstacles that we may come across. And collectively, we’re smarter. So something that I might not have thought about someone else might come to the table. We’ll try this, do it this way. I went through that same thing. And this is how I overcame that. Collectively, we are smarter. So those mastermind groups are so important. And those are the things that I teach in my workshop. I teach in the beginning, overcoming those self sabotaging habits, fears everybody has. That’s one thing that makes us all the same. Your past fears. Were the real

Gary Pinkerton 19:08
right? 

Pamela Pete 19:08
And so realizing your fears, recognizing your fears, and one big thing so I coach a lot of people, not for pay, but just on my I have a Facebook Live and they come on and and I give them different tips and tools every Monday. And some people I coach on the side. But one of the things that is hardest for people to do is remove their self limiting beliefs. we limit ourselves by our beliefs and exercise in my workshop on this utopia. I had them write out their utopia. If everything was perfect if they had no limitations. What would their life be? What would they be doing? How would they give back and they write things that they could do in the natural It’s hard for them to break off those barriers is world I would make I would in war. So the exercise is just that, to help them get beyond their blinders, you know, to remove those blinders. Because if they only set their goal for something that they can do in the natural, something that they know they can do without a shadow of a doubt, God’s not in that got right in it.

Gary Pinkerton 20:27
He doesn’t live inside those boundaries, right?

Pamela Pete 20:30
Set your goal beyond make sure that it’s something that you know that you’re only be successful, and if God is in it, and if you’re working your gift that God put in you, and you’re working that gift, or his purpose that he put in you to realize your goal that God is in, you can’t help but be successful. Yeah, it all comes in alignment. And it’s different. Your goal is different from your passion. And it’s different from a task. Some people say, Oh, I have a goal to eat, right? That’s not a goal. That’s a habit you want to establish. There’s no end date for that. Right? Never gonna at one day stop eating right? I have a goal to lose weight. Well, how much weight Do you want to lose? And how much? What date Do you want to lose it? Okay, that’s the goal. Now the things that you do prior to that, eating right, drinking enough water, sleep, getting enough sleep, exercising, those are habits that you establish to reach a goal, but the goal is the weight. And you don’t want to continue to lose weight. At some point, you want to stop, you don’t want to get down to digital birth weight.

Pamela Pete 21:43
All of those things and then people confuse passion with goals. A passion is something that you really feel strongly about. I have a heart for girls. I have a program called MTG you sapia hottie into GS me to God, you Sophia hottie means purity pledge, because I had a child at a young age 17. Even though I left home at 15, I was actually really wanting to get pregnant, really wanting somebody that I thought would love me, which would be a child. That’s the way I would get love by having a child who had to love me, because I would take care of it, I would nurture it, you know, crazy thoughts, you have his kid. But a lot of that had to do with my lack of self worth. And I speak to girls in high school, and middle school, and they have a lack of self worth. So many of them want to be appreciated, want to be recognized, they feel invisible. And I’m so surprised these little girls are beautiful little girls. Nothing. I mean, maybe some dysfunction in the home. And we all have that. But I just couldn’t understand the mindset of these children that are in the home, I could understand why away from the home. But then I could because that’s what got me out of the home. And so these girls are looking to get pregnant early. My sister was a middle school teacher, and the kids were committing suicide at age 1010 year old kids committing suicide, how could this be. So for lack of feeling like they are love and appreciate it. And you know, drugs are prevalent throughout school, and I believe even in elementary school, so they’re exposed to this. So my program is to help girls eight to 15, prevent young pregnancy, prevent drug abuse, and to prevent suicide all the time making them disciples. And that’s a passion of mine. That’s not a goal. I don’t have an end date for that. That’s a program that I’d like to establish, that I hope carries on beyond my lifetime. That’s a passion. That’s not a goal. And people confuse goals with passions. I’m passionate about literacy. I have a wisdom reading literacy cup. That’s a passion. That’s not a goal. Goals are concise. They have an end result. They have an end date. And I submit to everyone I coach that if you have a goal, after you put your goal down after you write to go I want to make $10 million dollars. I want to be the president of my company. I want to open schools, whatever it is the second thing on your goal this because Are you going to help. Okay. Are you going to help? I made $10,000 but who God doesn’t get it to you for you. He gets a two year to get it through you. So who are you going to help buy this $10,000 Yeah, now there’s no yeah. So you have to open 20s going open 20 schools and have Jesus in them cuz Jesus isn’t in schools anymore. Okay? Who are you going to help? I’m going to help the kids, I’m going to help give them a moral foundation. So they’re not going to school and shooting each other anymore. I’m going to amass $10,000. And with that I’m going to start a homeless shelter. I’m gonna feed the kids before they go to school, I’m going to start a socks and blanket program for homeless people. What are you going to do that, you know, God’s gonna be in it for you to achieve your goal? Yeah, that’s the second thing you have to do with your goal. And then you got to write them down. I say you have to say it. You say your goal. You say it out loud. Because words are things. God spoke the word into a bit. He could have just made it happen. He spoke the words, that’s all important words are life and death are the power that words are important. You have to speak out loud, your goals speak it out loud. If you say you go out loud, then you hear it. And it overrides all that negative chatter going in the back of your mind. You cannot speak positive and think negative. You say your goal you say it out loud. Until you to believe it. You believe with every single fiber of your being. There is nothing in you. You see yourself, you go into the bank, you know what clothes you wear, you know, you smell you know how it feels, you know how you’re thinking, when you’re receiving this, and you believe it with every single, you have faith that faith of a mustard seed that can move the mountains that come before you because you believe and after you believe it, write it down. I think it is either six Sigler that says you have achieved your goal halfway once it is written, write down so you can see it. So it’s not a dream, it’s not in your head, you write it down to make it real, and you write it down every day, not just once every day you put it inside you, you have all those 123 different vessels that are different areas of your body that can get to your heart things that you see can get to your heart and you want to see it, you want to see it, get it inside of you see it written down. And as you write it down, it makes it real. And then most important, take action. Only 13% of over 7 billion people in the world actually achieve their goals, because they’re not written. And because they don’t take action, you have to have action steps, you have to break that goal down in my workshops, I say, the start with the big goal. And the end result, this is what you’re gonna do, these are the people you got to have, let’s work backwards, half the year, you should be halfway through quarter, you should be the quarter and have that time monthly, this is what you’re going to do daily, what this is what you’re going to do hourly, this is what you’re going to do, and you write it out every day, just like an elephant, you eat it one bite at a time. Don’t worry about the big goal at the end, just concentrate on what you’re going to do right now. What am I going to do today, this hour, that’s going to contribute to the bottom line and result in my goal? What am I going to do? What am I gonna be successful? What’s gonna be my microwave for today? What is going to be my results for today, day by day. And then you look at the end of the week. And you say wow. And then you look at the end of your month and you say wow, but don’t forget to celebrate. Every day, I give myself a microwave, something that I look forward to doing. But I’m not going to do if I’m not successful with my goal. And that makes me even want to succeed and my goal even more, I love to take a nice hot bubble bath.

Pamela Pete 28:43
I look forward to that. That kind of releases and relaxes me. But I know at all during the day, I’m like, Okay, I got this bubble bath in my mind, and I’m gonna do I need to make these things like at the end of the day, I could relax in this bubble back and relax and I can celebrate my way. And you have to celebrate your market wins. When I do get somebody that’s interested in speaking to me, or I get a connection that solid, I celebrate. I said I might go make myself a cup of tea or do something to celebrate my wins. You got to celebrate your micro wins and doing that. You’ll be successful. It all adds up. At the end of the month, you can change your plans for your goals, but don’t change your goals. It’s something not working course correct. That’s why you want to inspect what you’re doing. And in the day, okay, this didn’t work. Don’t wait to the end of the week and say, Oh, my week didn’t work because I was doing this at the end of the day. Okay. Maybe my pitch. My tagline wasn’t working. For the people that was calling. Let me let me change that demonic. Try something else. Don’t wait to the end of the week. It’s a man maybe at the end of that week.

Pamela Pete 29:52
I was using the N word.

Pamela Pete 29:55
Inspect what you expect every single day. We evaluate we View and refocus every day. And so the next day you’re going in it to it positive. But those those countability partners are critical to achieving.

Gary Pinkerton 30:12
Absolutely they are I have a mastermind group that I’m very, very close with. And it’s made a huge we call it an accountability group actually not really a mastermind, but we do a little bit of functions of both, but the accountability side is huge. Right now we’re reading Master Key System. And a lot of what you’ve been talking about that is in that book, and in Zig was works that we’ve we’ve gone through together. Very powerful, amazing stuff. And, and so all of that folks came from my original question, which is tell us about yourself. If anybody thinks that Pam, Pete is not passionate, and has not found her calling, well, you just go rewind this. That’s an old term, don’t rewind it, just start it over. That was fantastic. It was amazing.

Pamela Pete 30:53
Thank you. Yeah, I am very, very passionate, because so many people don’t realize their abilities. Yes, people settle for less. And so many people just don’t believe in themselves.

Gary Pinkerton 31:05
Yeah, that’s sad, isn’t it?

Pamela Pete 31:07
Hmm. And I’m a talker, you don’t get to do that personality. I guess I don’t have to tell you. I’m a talker. But um, knowing yourself is so important. Yeah, knowing your strengths and your weaknesses.

Gary Pinkerton 31:21
And understanding I think, paying attention to or asking close family and friends, what you’re good at is a very quick way to find like, you told us, you know, the tremendous example in of while you’re in the military, recognizing what you were being called to, with recruiting, but then also just understanding what you’re really good at what people are responding to in your world. And I think the best people to ask our family members, you know, or fears or your boss or your subordinates, you know, what would you say I’m better at than other people, right? I mean, doesn’t have to come across as some cocky thing, it’s actually you asking for help. And I’ve found, if you think back in your life, when people said, Wow, you’re really good at that, you know, I mean, those are, those are signals, those are keys to what you know, God gave you is your gift. That’s fantastic advice that you’ve you’ve provided, I think this group, led you down one path, as there are other paths that you feel is important to talk about,

Pamela Pete 32:11
I published a workbook called masterful purpose, golden daily action planner, guy, I know you can see this, no one else can. But this workbook, and it has that exactly in it, what you just said. First thing is to do is to analyze yourself. And that is one exercise that you said, This is my workbook, that’s so funny that you need to, if you don’t know if you don’t already have a clue, but then even to some people see you different than you see yourself, or you portray yourself differently than you see yourself. So that is so important to know yourself to have that foundation, that’s the first thing My book is analyze yourself, know your strengths and your weaknesses. Because in the areas that you’re strong, those were areas that you will excel in, but the areas that you’re weak in, you can ask people for help in those areas. Yeah. And get help, why not get help in those areas?

Gary Pinkerton 33:12
And if you’re not extremely reflective, most of us, I believe, will and we’ve talked about this with other guests, I think on the show before that most of us are blind to what we’re just gifted at. Because it seems easy, right? So something it seems easy to us is not going to come across as as something that we’re super gifted at, unless maybe it’s a class or course like if you’re good at math, right, and that we have an education system that will point that out to you. But if you’re really good at helping the elderly, that that’s not going to be obvious because it’s just normally like you just kind of assume everybody else’s good is that something like that? So I believe Yeah, I believe in listing those that love you. And that will give you honest feedback is tremendous. So we’re coming near the end. But Pam, I don’t want to have focused you only in the direction. It sounds like well, actually one of the things is really important is let the listeners know how they can find out more about masterful purpose and your other calling and missions.

Pamela Pete 34:04
My website is www dot masse full purpose.com www dot masterful purpose.com you can reach me by phone at 1-833-744-6483. That’s 1-833-744-6483. And you can listen to me every Monday at six o’clock pm, Pacific Standard Time. on my Facebook page. masterful purpose. That’s awesome. That Nashville purpose and every Monday I give tips and tools. Sometimes I do a mind body soul and goal tip. Sometimes I just talk about tips and tools to help us celebrate you and your goal areas that people are that contact me want to have more information on So quick 10 minutes, just 10 minutes little tool, I try to keep it to 10 minutes like you see, sometimes I go a little longer, but I try to keep it down. I don’t try, I take and try out of my vocabulary this year, I’m either gonna do it or I’m not my talk to 10 minutes, you can get some tips and tools, I’m on Instagram. And Twitter to Twitter is Pamela Pete seven. And Instagram is masterful. purpose.com Wonderful. 

Gary Pinkerton 35:30
Thank you so much for sharing close to an hour with our group. This is amazing. I really appreciate it. And I doubt that we lost any listeners though, because that was just that was really packed. Thank you, Pam and and for for everything you’re doing for the kids out there in this world too.

Pamela Pete 35:45
Can I also say that you can get my master full purpose, golden daily action planner and guide, have a daily guide on my website at masterful purpose calm as well.

Gary Pinkerton 35:57
Pam, thank you so much for helping us.

Pamela Pete 35:59
You’re welcome. Thank you so much for having me. It’s been great.

Gary Pinkerton 36:03
And here’s a great 2019 for you, me and for all our listeners because we’re gonna write our goals.

Pamela Pete 36:07
Yes, right here. funding and boldness are in the green.

Gary Pinkerton 36:15
Thank you.

Pamela Pete 36:16
Hi, thank you so much.

Jason Hartman 36:17
Hey, I’d like to introduce someone whose voice you’ve heard on the show before and that is Chad. And we have a fantastic little YouTube raffle for you Chad. What’s it all about? 

Chad 36:28
Yes, we have an exciting opportunity coming up for you to be able to win a free ticket to meet the Masters coming up in March or a $500 travel allowance. Here’s what you need to do to be able to win one of those things. We will be selecting a winner on March 4 when the contest ends. And all you have to do is go to the YouTube channel which is youtube.com slash Jason Hartman real estate. Subscribe if you haven’t already, then pick any video to watch. There’s a variety of categories everything about real estate investing from finding the right markets, analyzing real estate deals, the economics of real estate investing property management financing, there’s a whole wide range of videos that you can choose from, and choose one that you think would be interesting to you watch it, and then go to the comments section. And comment just a quick one sentence comment on something that you learned from that video. And make sure to include the hashtag JH live in the comment and that will enter you into this raffle. 

Jason Hartman 37:27
Okay, so that’s really easy. You just go to youtube.com slash Jason Hartman real estate, subscribe to the channel, and then watch any video you like. And make a comment below the video of one thing you learned include the hashtag gh live, and that will enter you in the raffle to win a free ticket to meet the masters or a $500 travel allowance. This ends on March 4, so be sure to get it done before March 4. We look forward to seeing you at meet the masters. Thanks for joining us, Chad. 

Chad 38:03
Thanks. 

Jason Hartman 38:04
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