The J2 Hub | Fellow Podcaster, Property Nut, Travel Fanatic and Super Clever Economist - Rob Smallbone joins ‘The J2 Hub’ for a bit of podcasting and property chit chat!
The J2 Hub | Property, Business & Real Life
It’s not often a fellow podcaster joins me unless he’s wearing a bright yellow t-shirt, so it was a pleasure to have Rob Smallbone from the Property Nomads podcast join me for a chat. I’ve tuned into Rob’s podcasts before, and it’s always a great blend of Property, travel, history and all things Economics, so I was keen to get his views on a number of different topics. ⠀⠀⠀We spoke about all things Podcasting and what it actually takes to start a podcast, what makes a good podcast and how you stay committed and deliver value and content week after week. Rob also talks about the importance of knowing if your podcast is a business or just a hobby and how popular podcasts are in the current world we are living in. ⠀⠀⠀As well as for Podcasting we cover the following topics too;⠀⠀⠀Our Property Strategies ⠀Investor Finance - How we go about raising money ⠀The current state of the market - Our opinions only.⠀Predictions for the future. (Rob delivers some serious knowledge here) ⠀⠀⠀It was an absolute pleasure connecting with Rob, and I was blown away at how clever this young chap is when it comes to talking about the Economy and where he feels things are heading.⠀⠀⠀Let's stay connected - James Social Connections ⠀⠀⠀Instagram - http://ow.ly/38w250zaefc << FOLLOW ME ⠀Apple Podcast - http://ow.ly/klkF50zifiy <SpotifyPodcast - http://ow.ly/yE4u50zifix <YouTube - http://ow.ly/YlTC50zaeff <Facebook Page - http://ow.ly/zuJ850zaefa <Facebook Page - http://ow.ly/t6M650zaefb << LIKE ⠀Linkedin - http://ow.ly/nErk50zaefe <Twitter - http://ow.ly/tTPC50zaefd << FOLLOW ME ⠀⠀⠀Connect with Robert Smallbone of The Property Nomads Podcast⠀⠀⠀Instagram - @thepropertynomadspodcast⠀Facebook - The Property Nomads Podcast⠀YouTube - The Property Nomads Podcast⠀⠀⠀#propertypodcast #propertyeducation #propertyvalue #ukpropertyinvestment #propertypodcasting #propertypodcastsuk #propertyinvestors #propertybusiness #propertyinvestments #ukpropertymarket #propertystrategies #investorfinance #raisingmoney #propertypredictions #jameshsahota #thej2hub See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rob Smallbone Interviews Jay Dhillon - Recorded in Feb 2020
Business Mentor Podcast
This week, Jay is joined by entrepreneur Rob Smallbone KEY TAKEAWAYS The Coronavirus outbreak has the potential to cause a crash, but Jay is cautious. Panic and speculation are far more likely to invoke trouble than the virus itself. Preparation is what helped Jay to survive the last recession. Do all you can to survive, and ask yourself the question: If my supply chain disappeared tomorrow, could I survive? As a business-owner, you need to make sure that you’re the one who can take advantage of your competitor’s poor planning in these circumstances, and not the other way around. Business has to go on, so make sure you’re the one doing so. Jay built a successful business and then sold it, allowing him a rare insight into the entire process of entrepreneurship that many do not have. It has made him one of the most sought-after coaches in the world. The difference between a good coach and a good mentor is that a mentor usually teaches by relating a real-life example, which is much more effective in terms of instruction. One of the greatest things to come out of podcasting is that Jay has built relationships, formed connections, and created a legacy that will last and endure. Be patient. If you’re consistent in your approach, and take your time, you’ll succeed. Don’t just look for quick wins. Find a strategy that works for you and stick to it. BEST MOMENTS ‘Preparation is so important now’ ’Some hard decisions had to be made’ ‘We’re buying the business, not the business owner’ ‘If I’m going to mentor, then this is my challenge’ ‘Doing it is the most important thing’ ‘Look at yourself. Have you been going up or down?’ ‘Be patient and learn to pivot' ‘What are you going to do today?’ ‘KMF – Keep Moving Forward’ ROB SMALLBONE’S CONTACT METHODS LinkedIn Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube VALUABLE RESOURCES The Property Nomads Website The Property Nomads Podcast – iTunes The Property Nomads - Stitcher Buy To Let: How To Get Started – By Rob Smallbone (Amazon) The Business Mentor Podcast - https://www.jay-dhillon.com/podcast Jay Dhillon’s website - https://www.jay-dhillon.com Jay Dhillon YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNRouhFVktGDQcCRAzoHydQ ABOUT THE HOST Jay Dhillon is a serial entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist based in the UK with a proven track record of growing businesses from start-up to success- and helping others do the same. From humble beginnings, Jay grew his first business from 0 to 500 employees and three locations, racking up sales of over £30 million – all without any investment other than a small amount of savings. The business went on to acquire major clients such as Landrover, Jaguar, Toyota and New Look, to name a few. Its huge success inevitably brought about outside interest, and at the age of 33, Jay eventually sold the company to a London investment firm in Doyen Resources. Today, Jay owns several businesses in different sectors and helps entrepreneurs achieve success. A calling to give back and help others led to Jay being chosen for the highly coveted role as a Prince’s Trust mentor, where his achievements were marked by a personal invitation to Buckingham Palace to meet Prince Charles. After helping several young entrepreneurs to success as a mentor for the Trust, Jay’s burning desire to bring his wisdom and knowledge to a wider audience ultimately triggered the concept of The Business Mentor Podcast. Jay feels that anyone can achieve success in business with the right advice and mentoring and is now sharing his knowledge with his growing audience via his podcast. In the UK alone, 95% of business fail within the first five years, and Jay’s aim is to reduce that number. Backed with the hard-earned knowledge and experience from his time in business, The Business Mentor Podcast will share Jay’s personal business lessons as well those of other successful entrepreneur guests who share their wisdom and secrets on the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Interview with Rob Smallbone, Author and Property Investor Part 2
The Property Regeneration Show
Welcome to the second part of a two-part special interview with Rob! If you haven’t had the chance to catch the 1st part, then check out the previous episode of The Property Regeneration Podcast. So, as we continue, we talk more about Rob’s book! Some topics they also discussed here are: the subtopics insides Rob’s book ‘Buy-to-Let: How To Get Started’, where to catch some of his projects, how he works with his property colleagues, some of his suggested books, and many more. So, let’s dig in! KEY TAKEAWAYS Helping people through the podcast he produces and the book he’s about to launch has been a very fun and fulfilling for Rob. But Rob wants to remind everyone that no matter how much you are enjoying, set your own boundaries, and always prioritise yourself and your values. Some of Rob’s suggested books: Focal Point: A Proven System to Simplify Your Life, Double Your Productivity, and Achieve All Your Goals by Brian Tracy Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World by Cal Newport BEST MOMENTS “When you get involved into something, you put a lot of time into it… it’s all worthwhile.” ”Do what works for you and do what works for you.” VALUABLE RESOURCES Buy-to-Let: How to Get Started by Rob Smallbone | Amazon - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Buy-Let-How-Get-Started/dp/1916030599 The Property Nomads - https://www.thepropertynomads.com Focal Point by Brian Tracy | Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Focal-Point-Simplify-Productivity-Achieve/dp/0814472788 Deep Work by Cal Newport | Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Deep-Work-Focused-Success-Distracted/dp/1455586692 ABOUT THE GUEST Rob Smallbone is the author of the #1 Amazon Bestseller Buy To Let: How To Get Started, co-host of The Property Nomads Podcast and a property investor and mentor. Rob is a strategic visionary with an excellent capacity for out-of-the-box thinking and analysis. Having travelled to 45 countries, his passion for financial and time freedom drives his motivation for success. Podcast links: I-Tunes - https://apple.co/2UdfXXY | Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2Wvxk3I | Stitcher - https://bit.ly/2uC2RVr ABOUT THE HOST Rachel enjoys orienteering with her husband, swimming or playing the Ukulele in her spare time. She has over 11years of experience in the construction industry delivery projects up to £300 million within budget, time and quality; therefore, the agreed return on capital employed. CONTACT METHOD You can contact Rachel Gros on email@example.com or 07495 451127.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Interview With Rob Smallbone, Author and Property Investor Part 1
The Property Regeneration Show
From growing his property portfolio to hosting his own property podcast to writing his first property book, Rob Smallbone is really on its way to take over the property world! In this episode of The Property Regeneration Podcast—and also the first part of a two-part special—Rachel interviews Rob Smallbone. Rob shares to all of us his newest book. What’s inside? Why does this stand out among other property books? He also details today how he was able to arrive at this monumental part of his career right now. Tune in to discover more. KEY TAKEAWAYS Rob Smallbone’s property journey was planned afterall. Before he entered the field, he was already learning so much—reading books, listening to podcasts, attending training, etc. He did this during his free time while he was growing his business with his partner. Writing a book wasn’t in the primary plan, but everything seems to move towards it. Everything was going great and he wanted to share the stuff he has already learn to others in a more specific and more concise way. Buy-to-let might not be for everybody, so Rob wants to present ways that can cater to anyone. It’s not always butterflies and unicorns when property investing just like any business. It’s true that there’s unlimited wealth that can be possibly achieved, but building your team, dealing with finances, and others can be difficult too. BEST MOMENTS “We wanted a way on how we can replicate the traveling lifestyle.” “It was never my intention when I started in property to end up writing a book.” “There is really no wrong or right way of doing property.” VALUABLE RESOURCES Buy-to-Let: How to Get Started by Rob Smallbone | Amazon - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Buy-Let-How-Get-Started/dp/1916030599 Property Wander er ABOUT THE GUEST Rob Smallbone is the author of the #1 Amazon Bestseller Buy To Let: How To Get Started, co-host of The Property Nomads Podcast and a property investor and mentor. Rob is a strategic visionary with an excellent capacity for out-of-the-box thinking and analysis. Having travelled to 45 countries, his passion for financial and time freedom drives his motivation for success. Podcast links: I-Tunes - https://apple.co/2UdfXXY | Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2Wvxk3I | Stitcher - https://bit.ly/2uC2RVr ABOUT THE HOST Rachel enjoys orienteering with her husband, swimming or playing the Ukulele in her spare time. She has over 11years of experience in the construction industry delivery projects up to £300 million within budget, time and quality; therefore, the agreed return on capital employed. CONTACT METHOD You can contact Rachel Gros on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07495 451127.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Skills for Young Entrepreneurs; With Property Nomad, Rob Smallbone
Raising Successful Kids Podcast
Irene is talking with Rob Smallbone, Number 1 best-selling author, co-host of the Property Nomads podcast and a founder of the Property Nomads company - a sourcing and management business for properties in and around Hull and Bournemouth. In this in-depth interview, Irene and Rob discuss how things started and the skills Rob values. If you have an entrepreneurial youngster then this episode is a must providing great advice about the skills that really make a difference and foster success. Being successful comes in many formats and its’ good to encourage young people to think differently listen in and find out more. KEY TAKEAWAYS The travelling changed me – from being materialistic to being more entrepreneurial and wanting to be the shaper of my own destiny. It took less than 5 years to move from being materialistic, working for someone else and thinking that was how it had to be, to the opposite gaining time back, and understanding you can be whatever you want to be. Keeping a journal where you focus in-depth on one thing you are grateful for each day is a positive daily habit. As entrepreneurs we talk about freedom and the paradox is that to create really good time freedom you need to be disciplined with your time and have a routine. Being disciplined is an important element of being successful Young entrepreneurs need to learn that it is not all about doing it yourself, leveraging is an important aspect of any business. Surround yourself with knowledgeable people and find out what you are good at and not so good at. Know what your strengths are, focus on these and work with people who can complement your skills. Make sure there are people in your network who are more successful than you so you can learn from them and grow. Every year I set goals in 7 different areas; Personal wealth, Business, Mental, Energy, Physical, Spiritual and Emotional. Goal setting is the key to success, if I had been taught this skill earlier on I would have been further on in my journey Writing it down gives you something to work towards and a better sense of direction If you break goals down into achievable steps for younger people it teaches the skill without it being overwhelming. Those people who are successful have set goals, it's ok not to reach the goals but you should be constantly updating them. If you don’t achieve you need to review why and learn from it moving forward. Curiosity can be used in many ways and being curious is positive when working in property. In business you need to focus but also have the necessary periphery vision to understand how you can make all aspects mesh together. BEST MOMENTS ‘If you are in a closed mind state, opportunities pass by and you do not see them because of your state of mind’ ‘They thought life would go on and on, they were too comfortable and had no motivation to change anything’ ‘If you start getting it ingrained into your system early on you can implement it successfully’ VALUABLE RESOURCES Raising Successful Kids Podcast Buy-to-Let: How to Get Started book by Rob Smallbone The Property Nomads Podcast Series The Property Nomads Rob Smallbone Facebook ABOUT THE HOST Irene Santineer is a working mum of an entrepreneurial child and shares a passion with her husband to see him succeed. She’s the creator and host of the Raising Successful Kids Podcast which aims to help parents, educators and mentors effectively guide children towards success. CONTACT METHOD https://www.facebook.com/Irene-Santineer-1827282224265825/ https://twitter.com/irenetwin1 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The importance of: Bucket Lists, Adding Value & Travelling by Rob Smallbone #41
Find Your Voice
"Adding Value" #41 by Rob SmallboneRob Smallbone, is a property entrepreneur, an amazon best-selling author & an advocate for adding value wherever possible. Having been fortunate enough to have created a success in property, Rob has enjoyed travelling which he thanks for changing his perspective. Realising, how lucky we are to have first world problems, Rob speaks of his pursuit of chasing happiness and fulfilment.Rob also discusses adversity, and speaks of a relationship that he never quite developed that in hindsight taught him one of his biggest lessons in life. Rob is now an advocate for ticking off his bucket list and leaving nothing to chance or for tomorrow.Someone who has risen from debt, to success in property, from prioritising materialistic things to finding beauty in the smaller things, Rob has gone on a fascinating transformation journey.I urge you all to follow his journey and let us both know what you thought about this amazing episode!Key talking points in this episode:The importance of adding valueTicking off your bucket listWhy giving is better than receivingLearning from adversityThe benefits and beauty of travellingI sincerely hope after this episode you gain genuine value. Follow myself and Rob on our links below and let us know your thoughts:)Support the podcast: https://www.patreon.com/findyourvoiceLinks to me:Website: https://www.arendeu.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/aren.deu/Twitter: https://twitter.com/arendeuFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/aren.singhLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aren-deu-65443a4b/Podcast: https://www.findyourvoicepodcast.com YouTube: http://tiny.cc/51lx6yLinks to guest:Website: https://www.thepropertynomads.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robsmallbone88Rob's book: https://amzn.to/2QmWovk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
An Interview With Property Nomad, Investor and Podcaster, Rob Smallbone
The Mental Health Revolution Podcast
Kate talks to Rob Smallbone, successful property investor, author, and host of the Property Nomads podcast, about his life and travels, and his experiences with mental health issues. Rob candidly discusses how these issues have affected him, and how they continue to affect many entrepreneurs, as well as the tools he used to overcome these challenges. KEY TAKEAWAYS When you go through something like depression, visiting the doctor often results in a diagnosis, but unless we are given counselling, we often then work through the depression on our own. Sometimes merely being diagnosed is enough to get the ball rolling. Travel altered Rob’s mindset completely and really opened his eyes to the many possibilities of life. It also changed his perceptions about happiness and quality of life. Rob keeps his demons at bay by daily reminding himself of everything he has to be grateful for. He does this by means of a “Gratitude Jar”, into which he deposits at least three things for which he grateful each day. Research shows that when a person has something to care for and live for, it can dramatically increase their life expectancy. Senior citizens given plants to care for are shown to live for 30% longer than those who are lonely or feel they have no purpose. Rob’s way of dealing with an issue is to constantly learn, ask questions, to analyse the issue in detail and construct an answer as to the how and why. Discipline in terms of connecting to the world via social media and the internet has helped Rob to focus on the more important things. Even the smallest of interactions can lead to a rabbit hole of connections that can lead to entire banks of time being lost. BEST MOMENTS ‘If I’d been a bit more open and honest about things, then they could’ve played out differently’ ’That gratitude attitude is really important’ ‘Anything that happens in life is objective. But how we deal with it is subjective’ ‘Perfection is not attainable, but if we aim for perfection we end up with excellence' VALUABLE RESOURCES The Mental Health Revolution Podcast ABOUT THE GUEST Rob Smallbone is a #1 Amazon Bestselling Author, Speaker, Co-host of The Property Nomads Podcast, and Property Investor. For further information check out his website - https://www.thepropertynomads.com/ ABOUT THE HOST Kate Ashley-Norman is creator of Positive Mind Management, the host of The Mental Health Revolution podcast, and a passionate speaker and trainer about our emotional wellbeing. She is seeking to change the nature and tone of the conversation around mental health for business owners, their workplaces and ultimately in their personal lives. Kate has spent the last 25+ years running her own businesses, initially working running a six figure PR consultancy agency, then building a multi-million pound international property portfolio. Latterly she has dedicated her time to studying emotional mastery and positive psychology, while bringing up four children, and has used her experience and knowledge to create the Positive Mind Management programme specifically for entrepreneurs and small businesses. The knowledge Kate has collated will help you to not only better understand your emotions, it will help you both improve it, and supercharge it during those more challenging times when emotional wellbeing can be compromised. Fear, procrastination, overwhelm, powerlessness, self worth – empire building is a hugely challenging process in its own right. The more power you hold within your own emotions, the more you can harness the power of those emotions, good and bad, to the benefit of your business and life in general. Hugely practical and applicable, this revolutionary approach to mental health is putting the power back into the hands of each and every individual. CONTACT METHOD You can support The Mental Health Revolution, and contribute to the conversation in the following closed Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/238516643507943/ You can search Kate Ashley-Norman on any of these platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. You can also support the movement through our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=12852819 Kate can be contacted anytime via her email: email@example.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Building a portfolio, assessing deals, finding business partners and mental attitude with Rob Smallbone (Property Nomads Podcast)
Tej Talks - Property
Rob and I team up for a Monday special, he came on my Podcast then I went on his.Please follow the Property Nomads and listen to my episode to get to know me better :)Rob SmallboneThe Property Nomads See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Interview with Property investor, traveler and co-host of The Property Nomads Podcast, Rob Smallbone
The Progressive Property Podcast
In this latest episode, Peter interviews Property investor, traveller and co-host of The Property Nomads Podcast Rob Smallbone. Rob took the decision to make his yearly goals public, filing monthly accountability facebook videos. Stay listening to hear how making them public has helped Rob achieve his goals and all about his journey which has seen him relocate from Reading to Hull for his property business. Key Takeaways Why Did You Publically Make Updates On Your Facebook Page? I’d always set my yearly goals on my birthday in July. Making them public has really helped my accountability. People were asking for updates on my goals so there was a demand from others. Goal setting is really important in succeeding. You achieve things with goals because if you don’t have any then you won’t achieve anything. How Do You Set Your Goals? Every mid-July, I will take a day out and put my phone on airplane mode. I go somewhere and do a personal reflection on the last twelve months, what has gone well, and what hasn’t. I have to be really honest with myself to set the best goals. Letting yourself off on small elements can snowball out of control. I’ve always had goals, but each year I try something new for the discipline. Why do you set goals? The want and the desire to be better. I know that if I can discipline myself in my life it will help build my business. I know that I can be better. Ultimately I want to visit every country in the world before I’m fifty. Trying to use property to help facilitate and achieve that. What areas in your life do you set goals? I set goals in seven key areas: business and work, personal wealth, energy, mental, physical, spiritual, social and spiritual. Some current goals that I have are below: No coffee, alcohol chocolate for a year. The aim is for the discipline. I was wasting too much time with lost days to hangovers, and those energy lulls caused by coffee. To be personally debt free as of 13th July 2020. I’ve strategically planned out how I’m paying off the debt incrementally. To publish my first book by the 13th July 2020. Over time i’ve built up a series of blog posts, and now I want to repackage and repurpose them. It’s on the theme of how to buy your first buy-to-let property? To successfully establish the Property Nomads podcast. This has been achieved. The Nomad name sat well with me. It’s a blend of property and business content. The latest episode is around the fourteen people you need to have in your power team. We are looking to do a mini-series on individual historically important properties. To have 25 positively cashflow properties by 13th July 2020. We are about halfway there at the moment. We still have plenty of time to make the full amount. To finally get rid of moobs, so I can look in the mirror and be happy in my own body. I’ve become more disciplined in my routine and surrounding myself with the right people to learn from. Why did you choose to buy properties in Hull? At the time of going up there, it was about to become the city of culture. Seeing it work really well in Liverpool was a good draw for me. The main reason was renewable energy, however, as there is a lot of investment in the area, with regards to that sector. Siemens has invested heavily there as well, and there is a sense that the city is going in the right direction. Having moved there from Reading, it’s easier to react to things, like viewing properties first. It gives you a competitive advantage How did you get to know the area? I got stuck in at every level possible. I had time on my side. I’m on the committee for Humber housing association, which is something that I sought out. Simple things, like driving round Hull during the day and at night and talking to lettings agents. They know where the high demand is in the city. There are any number of reasons why you don’t reach a goal. It might be that your goal wasn’t quite framed properly. If you don’t achieve the goal in the set time frame, just learn from it and then extend the date to the goal to achieve it. What difference has it made making your goals public? Public accountability has been really useful. There are lots of people who can understand body language, so they could know I’m lying. You will shoot yourself in the foot if you lie about achieving your goals. Best Moments ‘Entrepreneurs know we always want to do more.’ ‘If you are not honest with yourself than you are only cheating yourself.’ ‘It’s all about your mindset’ ‘If you want to do property then you have to be in the mindset to do so.’ ‘Don’t hide behind that mindset that you can’t learn a certain skill.’ ‘Write blog posts, and then you will have some content for a book.’ ‘You don’t have to relocate to invest in a gold mine area.’ ‘Don’t overthink it, just do it.’ ‘It’s easy to get stuck in analysis, paralysis.’ ‘Make yourself accountable.’ ‘Letting agents can be key for getting to know the area.’ ‘You cannot be a property investor if you only look on Rightmove.’ ‘We all have the 24 hours in the day so it’s what you do with them that matters.’ ‘There is no shame in resetting goals.’ ‘Knowing how you learn to represent your goals in the right way.’ VALUABLE RESOURCES Join the Progressive Property Community here: http://www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk/ Leveraged Lifestyle Podcast If you’re interested in finding out more about the right mortgage product, please email ThePropertyTeacher@gmail.com and Peter will put you in touch with his mortgage broker. The Property Nomads Podcast - https://omny.fm/shows/the-property-nomads ABOUT THE HOST Peter Jones is a Chartered Surveyor, an author and a serial buy-to-let property investor. He has been involved in property for over 35 years and now owns 78 letting units. He is still actively involved in buying and renovating property, and regularly flips properties for profit. Peter has written a number of successful property books. The first, An Insider’s Guide to Successful Property Investing, was first published in 2000 and was one, if not the very first, book of its kind which was written for what we’d now call buy-to-let investors. On the back of its success, he was invited to be a guest writer for Property Secrets and wrote Spanish Property Secrets, French Property Secrets, and Portugal Property Secrets. He has since written a number of other successful titles dealing with UK investing including 63 Common Defects in Investment Property and How to Spot Them, the highly acclaimed The Successful Property Investors Strategy Workshop and The Property Renovator’s Workshop ,in which Peter describes step-by-step how he built his own property portfolio, starting with virtually none of his own money. About Your Guest Rob Smallbone, Property Investor, traveler and co-host of The Property Nomads Podcast. The vision of the Property Nomads is to 'bring the world to you' and our mission is to 'guide your success'. Rob just wants to make a huge difference to people around the world. He’s here to guide your success in property, business and life and to inspire you to achieve your goals, dreams and visions. He’s travelled, explored, and invested. And they’re not planning on stopping these activities anytime soon. Buckle up, sit tight and enjoy the ride that is life. 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