because I'll be open with you. I've got a coaching platform that we called Dreams start at Academy for that exact reason. It's a place where people can come on a daily basis and they can. They can have their dreams nurtured when they're so fragile, right at the very beginning. But for people that haven't got the ability to tap into that kind of coaching, where would they turn? Do they turn to friends? Do they turn to people? But they don't know evening classes? How would they do it? Well, that's a great question, too, and I think it's going to be unique for the for each person. But we live in this age where there are so many support groups and there are so many business groups, and there are so many Facebook groups that with a little bit of Google research, we can find the groups that would support us in something that we want to do. And then I agree with you. You've created this this way of helping people. I did the same thing. I created miracles coaching because I knew that people need to have somebody to help them to be an ally to help them be accountable to help them see their own belief system and help them keep taking action when there will be those bumps or slow days when they can't keep going. I also think it's wise to create your own mastermind, I wrote. One of my books is called Meat and Grow Rich, and it's about the Napoleon Hill concept of creating a mastermind. The mastermind is 2 to 6 people that support each other in going for their dreams. Well, we live in a day where you can announce that online. You can say on Facebook that I'm going to create this program where this mastermind, where I and five other people are going to support each other and going for our dreams and you create the very group that you're looking for to support you. It might be some of your friends. It might be a family member, but for the most part, I found family doesn't usually understand the dreams that come out of us and the friends you have to be selective with because you want the ones who are going to be nurturing and not the ones who kind of kick the tires and tell you you're gonna You're gonna be in a crash. And how do you choose the right people for your mastermind? Without giving names? How do you find the people that you reach out for to say, Look, I need support here. Well, what I do is I acutely listen to people when they talk. And, in other words, I'm looking for the people who are already demonstrating positivity in their lives. Maybe they're already going for something and achieving something in their lives. Maybe because of the dialogue they share, I can understand. And I can pick up that they're not critical people, their positive people. There are too many people that are the gossipers and the complainers. I don't want them in a mastermind. I want to go for the people who are successful already and who understand how to support people in their dreams. And when I listen to them doing it, I think, Oh, this is somebody who might be able to help me, too. And then I'll explore it and say, Hey, I got this idea for a dream. What do you think? And just kind of baby step my way through it? Because I always think, and I think a lot of people think that once you've achieved so much success, it must be quite difficult to then reach out and ask for help. It's almost like, you know, I've achieved all this. I can just do it on my own. I'm a master. I can just move forward. Um, do you have to leave the ego behind? Do you sort of have to ask people that you might be? You have more money in your bank account? You might have had more awards on your shelves, but they can help you. Well, you always have to leave your ego behind. I think we don't want to destroy our egos, but we want our egos to support us and support our dreams. And so I have found that people want to help. I remember decades ago I was in the seminar, and the woman leading it was Donna Fisher was leading and it was about networking. And she said, How do you feel when somebody asks you for help? And you always feel good because you're flattered? And if you can help in any way, if you can fulfill whatever the question is you want to go ahead and do it. So, she said. If you don't ask for help, you are denying that other person that feel good feeling. And it was a wake up call for me because I realized, Wait a minute, I can't do anything or everything all by myself. And whenever I try something new, whether it's saxophone playing guitar or climbing a mountain, I need the people who have already done it. So I have learned since I was a kid to ask for help, and I still do today. And so when you heard Donna say this, was it a light bulb? Or was it something that just sort of niggling away at your over a period of time until you couldn't deny it any longer? It was a light bulb. I still remember the moment I still remember where I was sitting. I remember who was sitting beside me because it was that Uh huh experience to realize, Wait a minute when somebody asked me for help. If I can help, I feel good and I want to. Then I realized when I asked somebody for help. If they can do it, they will probably feel good and they will probably fulfill it. And for decades I have asked people for help, whether it was in online business, copyrighting music or anything else that we've talked about, or any of the stuff we haven't talked about. I'm a strong man at this point. I've been horseshoes. I've been nails. But I didn't do it by reading a book. I asked for the people who already do it, who are known for doing it, and they taught me how to do it. So it was. It was a light bulb moment to realize people want to help if they can.