5 Sure Fire Ways to Become More Likable | DO 65

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Would you rather be liked, or respected?  Most people would choose “respected” and would also agree that being “liked” is overrated.  You’re never going to please everybody all the time, so don’t try.  However, there is significant value in being liked.

When it comes to business, people give their business to people that they know, like, and have confidence in their competence.  All 3 qualities are important, yet being liked can compensate for some deficiencies in the other two in a way that those two cannot.

On this episode, Matt shares with you his 5 sure fire ways to become more likable so that you can increase your business and sleep better at night.

 

5 Ways to Become More Likable

  1. Listen more than you speak.  To be interesting to people, you must be interested in them.  Show genuine interest in people.
  2. Be generous with complements.  Make sure that they are authentic, people can tell when you’re blowing smoke!
  3. Ask questions.  Listen to the answers as though there were going to be a test afterwards.  Ask thoughtful follow up questions.
  4. Be yourself.  Always be your authentic self, don’t put on facades according to how you think you “should” be.
  5. Be your word.  Say what you are going to do, and then do what you say, this is integrity.

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Why getting people to like you is one of the most valuable skills you can learn.
  • How to complement someone of the opposite sex without seeming like you are hitting on them.
  • Why you should always end your complements with a question.
  • How to make your questions seem less like an interrogation.
  • Why you should resist boasting your talents.
  • Why “fake it ‘til you make it” may actually turn people off.
  • The simplest way to be your authentic self.
  • How you should ask uncomfortable questions so that you remain authentic.
  • Why it is important to detach yourself from the outcome of conversations.
  • How you benefit doubly from being your authentic self.
  • How to keep your integrity, even if you fail to keep your word or no longer desire to do so.

 

Resources Mentioned in this Podcast:

  • Get started on your own “do over” by downloading “The 3 Pillars of Creating the Ultimate Do Over” at FreeDoOver.com
  • To hear your question answered on the podcast, call the Do Over Hotline at (888) 885-9514
  • Do You by Russell Simmons

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Podcast Transcript
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Matt Theriault: Welcome, this is episode 65 of the Your Do Over Podcast and this is Matt, the Do Over Guy, Theriault. This is the podcast that will show you how to start over whether that’s in life, in a relationship, in a career, in a business, spiritually, physically,whatever it is that didn’t work for you for the first time or didn’t work for you last time. This is your chance to Do Over, to learn from your past mistakes, to learn from others past mistakes.

So that you can build a life of peace, joy, love, blessings and abundance. Enjoy life during the most active years of your life. You can get the Three Pillars of Creating The Ultimate Do Over and get a jump start on your Do Over for free at FreeDoOver.com. There you’ll download this 55 mp3 audio program that I created to help you start over. I just want to acknowledge first, I haven’t been here for a while.

I made a commitment to be more consistent with the podcasts on top of the year and I’ve just been terribly sick. Almost 9 weeks’ worth and I didn’t want to start doing this again until I actually felt a 100%, because I felt about 99% several times and all of a sudden I had a relapse. It went around our family just around and around and around. It went around with my friends and my clients and my vendors and, you know, I basically got nothing done since probably mid-December.

But here we are, a week. I’m going to knock on wood that I am better. So I am back and I’m starting something new today. I launched this on my real estate podcast last week or the last episode, I should say. It’s working very well over there and it has quickly made my time on that podcast actually much more enjoyable.

I already enjoyed it but it’s much more enjoyable now and the time for the listeners I think, more valuable as well. I think that’s very, very important. So I don’t see any reason why it won’t have the same effect here. The reason it has been more enjoyable because of this new feature of the show. I know I’m sharing something with you that you actually want to know about.

What that new feature is, for now, I’m just going to call it the “Do Over Hotline”, all right? This is a special dedicated phone line I’ve set up where you can call in and leave me a Do Over question about your specific Do Over question. It can be a question about something that we’ve discussed in the past or it can be something that you’re dealing with in your Do Over right now.

I’ll play your question on the air and then I’ll answer it on the air. Or if you just want to call in and leave a comment about the show, you can do that too. My only request with regard to your questions is, be as specific as you can, okay? Big, broad, general questions like, “How do I start over?” I mean, I wrote a whole book on answering that one.

I recorded a series of this show on the subject as well. I don’t have enough time in this show to answer that type of broad question. So just try and narrow it down and be as specific as you can, okay? I’ll answer whatever I can as completely as I can. Having said that, if you do have an idea of a bigger subject that can be covered over several shows, hey, I guess I’m open to that too.

Let me take a little bit of that back. I’m open to that. I’ll actually just leave it open to see what we as a community come up with, fair enough? Cool, so the Do Over Hotline is 888-885-9514, 888-885-9514.

Oh, you can still leave your comments and thoughts of the show over at iTunes. I appreciate those a lot. I’m not sure how but they somehow factor into iTunes ranking of which the higher the ranking, the more visibility this show gets.

The more visibility of this show gets, the more people that find it that allow me to help more people. That’s really what I’m here for, all right? So here’s a couple of the most recent comments actually. This comment comes from P-E-Y-M, Peym? I think that’s how you pronounce it.

The headline is, “Thank you, 5 stars.” They write, “This is a fantastic tool for anyone looking for a fresh start in the way they approach life. The advice is straight forward and easy to understand but extremely truthful and motivating. So glad I found this podcast.”

I’m glad that you found it too. Another one from The Photo Hiker, “5 stars. Matt, you referenced episode 11 in one of your podcasts but I don’t see it in iTunes. How can I find it? I appreciate what you do. Great information and thanks.” That’s a good question. Let me see if I can actually help you out with that question. You’re right. The podcast start at episode 15.

Maybe they only allow me to have 50 podcasts episodes at a time. I didn’t know that. Okay, well, that opens up an opportunity, doesn’t it?

All right, so I’m going to find a place on my website of where I can put all the back episodes. So The Photo Hiker, I’m very sorry for the inconvenience. I didn’t even know that. Thank you for bringing that to my attention.

Next comment comes from Texas Loo, “Awesome action steps, 5 stars. Thanks Matt, your action plans are phenomenal. Truly blessed to have your podcasts.”

Well Texas Loo, thank you. I’m truly blessed to have you as a listener and please stay in touch. All of you, please stay in touch. So these people actually logged into iTunes, they left their little number of star rating and they left a comment. I really appreciate those, like I said they help more people find the show because it increases the rankings on iTunes.

So thank you very much. You can leave a comment at iTunes or call in to the “Do Over Hotline” or do both. Call in and leave questions or thoughts. I appreciate them both and they both help. Alright, that number last time is 888-885-9514.

Let’s get to the subject of today’s show. Let’s get to the meat. You know, there’s a saying out there that goes something like, “People do business with people that they know, like and trust.” I believe that to its core.

But I have a slightly different take on it. I prefer to say, “People do business with people that they know, like and have confidence in their competence.” I suppose that could be interpreted or interchanged with the word, “trust”.

But when it comes to business, I like a little bit more specific that way. I mean, indeed people will like to do business with the people that they know, people that they like, people that they trust and people that they have confidence in their competence.

Meaning, people, even if they know you and like you and trust you, if they don’t believe you know what you’re doing or they believe that you’re not very good at what you’re doing. Most people are going to shy away from doing business with you.

That’s why I’m such a big proponent of developing a skill and practicing and drilling and rehearsing that skill in your Do Over. It just makes you more valuable.

I mean, people in our society are compensated according to their skill and that skill’s value. People are based on what they do, how well they do it and how difficult it is to replace them. So if you want to be paid well, develop a skill that people consider valuable.

A skill that solves a need, a skill that takes some time to learn because that makes you more difficult to replace of which combined equates to higher compensation.

So develop a new skill or improve on the ones that you have and people will gain confidence in your competence. Okay, know, like and have confidence in your competence.

Those are the three things people are looking for of whom they will give their business. All three are important but there is one that if you’re heavy on it, meaning you’re strong in that department, it probably makes up the lack in the other three more than any of the others can.

So it’s very important. That is likeability. How much do people like you? That will compensate for the person you’re dealing with doesn’t know you too well. If they like you, you’re probably going to get the business.

If they don’t have a lot of confidence in your competence or are unaware if you’re competent or not, if they like you, you’re probably going to at least get a chance at the business. So today I want to go over some things you can do to get people to like you.

In fact, I have five sure fire things that will increase your likeability. In my opinion, I think if everybody adopted these five things, not only would they be more likeable, the world would be a much nicer place to live, okay? So number one, this is every simple. Number one, to become more likeable is listen. Listen more than you speak. God gave us two ears and one mouth. You should be using them proportionally.

If you want to be liked, you must first like people. If you want to be interesting, you must first be interested in people. People like people that like them. People like people that listen to them. The most important subject to most people is them so show interest in people. Like them before they like you and the easiest way to do that is to simple listen.

Listen genuinely. So that’s number one. To become more likable, listen. Listen more than you speak. Number two, be generous with compliments. Be generous with compliments and as I mentioned, the most important subject to most people is them so a simple and genuine compliment, it goes a long way.

The operative word there is “genuine compliment” and don’t overdo it. One is typically enough per conversation. Two, absolute max and whether you get one compliment or ten compliments, they must be authentic. I mean, if the person is wearing an ugly sweater, don’t compliment the sweater just because you can’t think anything else to compliment.

Look for subtle details that other people might not notice. For example, everyone notices someone’s nice smile or their pretty eyes. I try to look for something that most people might miss. You know, with women, I always look at shoes or I look at a jewellery to compliment and men, you’ve got to be careful with the women compliments, okay? You got to be careful particularly in business environments.

To keep it safe for both parties, I try to naturally fit in my girlfriend into the conversation, just to slight mention is all that’s needed. Something like, “Those are beautiful boots. My girlfriend would love those. Where did you get them?”
So I work turned the conversation so they don’t think I’m trying to pick up on somebody. You got to be careful and for the guys, I pretty much look for the same thing.

I look at the shoes or the watch to compliment or I listen for something within the conversation to compliment something about their character. Like, “Wow! You’ve been running your own business for five years. Congrats, I mean it takes a very special person to keep their business going that long.” or “Wow! You’re running a marathon next month. That takes commitment. Is this your first one?”.

As you might have noticed, I like to end a compliment with a question. It keeps the conversation going. So the two rules with compliments, first, don’t overdo it. And second, be authentic. If you want a third rule, end the compliment with a question, like, “Nice hat, where did you get it?” and that leads us right into number three, getting people to like you is to ask question.

You might be sensing a theme here, right? For most people, the most important subject is them. Pay attention to that. It gets people to like you. Asking questions and getting them to talk about themselves in some weird way causes people to like you. What that means, you can get most people to like you without ever really talking about yourself.

Really sometimes not even talking at all, one of the secrets I noticed about asking good question is you got to go back to number one. You got to listen to the answers. You got to listen. So when you ask a question, listen to the answers as if there’s going to be a test afterwards. Be interested in what they have to say.

And listen for your next question so that the conversation flows naturally. Don’t always resort to the, “Do you come here often?” or “Where are you from?” or “What do you do?”

I mean, sometimes it’s appropriate but it can be kind of boring and sometimes if you’re not good at that, it can become across inauthentic. Maybe use one of those as an icebreaker but once the conversation is going, listen to their answers and formulate your next question from that answer.

Another tip when asking questions because if you’re not careful asking too many questions can sound, like some sort of interrogation and you don’t want that here. So by repeating a little bit of what they just said before asking the question creates a more natural flow and also helps you remember their answer. For example, the person you’re talking to might have mentioned that they’ve played the piano their entire life.

And you say something like, “Oh, so you’ve been playing the piano you’re entire life. What’s your favourite type of music to play?” Something like that, you feedback a little bit of their answer before asking the next question and it won’t sound so interrogation-like. So here’s a biggie, my third tip around asking questions.

If the person should respond with something that you have in common, resist to jump in, okay? Resist to jump in and interrupt and start talking about yourself. Don’t do that, that’s not the object here.

That’s not what you’re doing. You don’t want to do that. For example, if the person says, they played tennis this past weekend and you happen to play tennis too.

Don’t interrupt them with, “Oh, I play tennis too.” You understand? I know it’s almost counter intuitive. It feels like you’re making a connection because you want to create that relatedness but you’re actually not.
Not if you jump right in and say, “Me too.” You get to share about you when you’re asked about you and right now your job though is just asking questions and listening to the answers and be interested in that person.

If you wait to share that, “Me too.” moment and don’t interrupt, you’re going to come off much more likeable and if you want to come off really likeable and really interesting, instead of an “Oh, me too. I play tennis too.” comment, try asking an intelligent question about tennis. A question that insinuates that you do play also but you didn’t say directly “I play tennis.”. You didn’t say “Me too.”

For example, “What do you think of Serena Williams getting beat this past week by a 19-year old in the Australian Open?” or sometimes even better and I like this one a lot. If you have tennis in common, don’t mention it at all. Allow the person to find out on their own that you happen to be, say, the Club Champ. You’re going to come off far more interesting when they discover a special little fact like that on their own.

Resist with all your strength of playing “Me too, me too.” card trying to create some sort of report. Because if you do, who is this conversation now about? Now it’s about you and you don’t want that unless you’re asked. Remember, the most important subject to most people is them.

All right, number four, the number four thing to do to become more likable, be yourself. Don’t pretend, be authentic. I like this one, be vulnerable. Simply put, do you. This is actually a great book by that same title by Russell Simons, Do You.

Highly recommend it and that book is about being your authentic self and that’s who you should be. You should be yourself and maybe being yourself is common sense to you.

You’ve heard it before but maybe not. A lot of people subscribed to the idea of fake it till you make it. You hear that all the time and what I found is that even people that believe in being themselves, like they would say, “Yup, Matt. You’re right. You should be yourself.” You might be thinking that right now as I’m talking to you.

Yup, you’re right. be yourself. Tell me something I don’t know. You should not pretend to be someone you’re not. You should be authentic. You should be vulnerable. Even if people believe that, even if you believe that, it can still be a very tall order to follow through on it and be your authentic self. You know, through some courses that I took at Landmark Education, I really gained some clarity around what it means to be authentic and vulnerable.

I’ve built a massive podcast falling around this concept letting you, the listener, know exactly what I’m thinking, exactly what I’m doing whether it’s my strength or my weaknesses. I’m an open book , I’m totally transparent and I’m vulnerable that way and if you’re listening to my voice right now, you’re probably listening because you like this show.

You likely find me likeable and I frequently hear from others that I’m down to earth. I never really understood what that expressions means or where it came from but I think I hear that a lot because I strive to be my authentic self all the time. I say strive because it’s not easy to be yourself. That’s actually a challenge.

Especially if you’ve been pretending to be someone else for a while, just naturally security reflexes and instincts will take over and conceal your authenticity, your vulnerability. So it does take some practice and I got that distinction through my work at Landmark Education, having authentic conversations with people.

When you practice them, you’ll find the results nothing less than amazing. They are amazing. That word is overused but they are amazing. I can’t think of anything else right now. I mean, conversations are much more enjoyable and interesting. Relationships go deeper; relationships grow stronger and guess what? You find more people like you when you do this. So, how do you do it?

I don’t know if I have the best explanation for it but I can probably give you an example. I mean, just say what’s in your head, just say what’s in your head. You know that’s one of the secrets that I heard Howard Stern talk about the success of his radio show. Love him or hate him, I mean he’s definitely a successful guy and he’s got a huge following.

I don’t remember if I read it or I heard it or I watched it on TV or something but he just says what’s in his head. He’s so entertaining because he’s saying what we probably while we’re listening to him all want to say. Or but we never dreamed of doing it. So just say what’s in your head. For example, I mean, have you ever asked for advice from somebody on how to approach a certain situation?

You’re asking for some advice or you asked them how to have, say, an uncomfortable situation with somebody. Or even a strategic conversation with somebody when you’re trying to produce a specific result. You’re asking this person for advice and you might ask this person that you’re close to is a typically who we ask for advice, people that we are close to or people that we respect.

You might ask them how to ask someone for a favour. It might be a sensitive situation, this’ll be something that you’re nervous about asking and it might be where the stakes are high. So most people try to figure out a way of having that conversation, they plan that conversation in their head and, how can I do this in a more comfortable way and mitigate potential damages.

But your authentic self won’t have a strategy, there is no approach to having that conversation with someone, to ask about a sensitive situation or to cover your nerves or to mitigate damages. Your authentic self wouldn’t have a strategy.

Your authentic self would be just that, authentic. Something like, “Hey, I’ve been meaning to ask you and I’ve been putting this off for a while because it’s actually kind of bit uncomfortable for me to ask you this. I’ve been very nervous because this is a rather sensitive situation and your response to my question it can have a significant impact on my business and that scares me a little bit to be in this type of situation but…”

And then you ask your question, those are all the thoughts that you’re thinking in your head but you’re afraid to show them because you thought it might demonstrate weakness. You don’t want to be invulnerable in that situation especially when the stakes were high.

I guess that could be considered a strategy on yourself of being your authentic self but it really works. It works amazingly well and you just kind of preface whatever you’re uncomfortable asking with how you’re really feeling and then you ask your question.

It doesn’t matter what the question is but I was authentic about how I felt before I ask the question or had the conversation. Just say what’s in your head, say exactly what you’re feeling and be straight to people.

Don’t beat around the bush, be direct and that can be very scary especially if you’ve never communicated that way before. And here’s how you know if you’re doing it right especially in the beginning.

If you’re having that conversation and you’re sharing exactly what’s in your head and your lip, if you’re lip is quivering a little bit when you’re speaking, that’s being authentic. That’s being vulnerable.

It’s scary and it’s when you as a human being are your most powerful. You are most powerful in producing results and speaking of the result, this is where some faith is some required. You must detach yourself from that result.

Detach yourself from the outcome. You’re not always going to get a favourable result, you’re not. It’s not always perfect but you will be surprised how many more favourable results you do get. But what will blow you away is how many miracles that you create. Not necessarily the spiritual kind but results that you didn’t expect or even remotely think about of which far exceed your thought to be best case scenario.

Like stuff that will happen that you didn’t even think, like you saw a best case scenario and you’re like, “I hope they say this. I hope it plays out like this” And something even better happens, happens all the time. So you get double benefit for being your authentic self. You’re going to produce bigger and greater results. You will also be more likeable.

Refreshing, isn’t it? I mean, refreshing as a word I frequently hear alongside down to earth. When it becomes a habit for you, meaning when you start being comfortable being yourself, it’s a lot less work too. A lot less work, you sleep better at night, absolutely. You typically live with no regrets. There’s a lot of benefits of being yourself, being your authentic self.

All right, so last one. Number five, the number five thing you can do to become more likable and this is probably my favourite. Be your word. Live with integrity. It’s not my probably my favourite, it is my favourite. It’s what has produced more results, created better relationships and made more money and led to less stress than anything else that I can think of in the last five years of my life.

Though what is integrity? You hear it all the time. Do you really know what it is? And most people will nod their head in agreement that integrity is a good quality to have but most, I don’t think really know what integrity is. Most think it has to do with being a good person or an honest person. You hear that frequently the words honesty and integrity used interchangeably.

But integrity is not honesty. It’s bigger than that. It has to do with your actions and your being. Not just being a good and honest person. I mean, you can actually be an evil person and live a life of integrity. So this is as simple as I can put it. Say what you’re going to do and do what you say, always. That’s integrity.

Do what you said you would do for no other reason than you said you would do it. That’s integrity. I mean, integrity, it can be described as the opposite of hypocrisy. I mean how awesome would the world be if everyone did what they said they were going to do. It would be a very likeable world, wouldn’t it? At least you never be wondering, you’d always know what you’re going to get with people. Life would be so efficient.

I mean, not only does integrity make life work, it’ll make you likeable. I mean, who wouldn’t like someone who says what they’re going to do and then actually does it. When I was in the music business, I always thought, you know after 10 years into the music business, I always thought, “God, if only half the people I met that made me promises, if only half of them did half of what they promised to do, I would have been a superstar. I’d be a household name.”

So I always thought how great of a place would this world be if everyone just did exactly what they said they were going to do. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? But it can be very difficult. Just like being yourself can take some work, so can living a life of integrity. So try it out today. Go make a promise to somebody, just anything.

Go make a promise to somebody, just anything to anybody, go make a promise. The bigger the promise, the better and then keep that promise and keep it on the timeline that you promised it. If you want to lose 20 pounds by spring break, go promise somebody that you’re going to lose 20 pounds by spring break and then do it. Not any longer because you want to look good in your bathing suit in springbreak but because you promised to do it.

That’s integrity and if you find out that you’re not going to be able to keep your word and you’re not going to be able to lose those 20 pounds by springbreak, as soon as you know that you’re not able to keep that promise, you get back into communication with the person that you promised it to and let them know that you won’t be able to keep your promise and then make a new promise.

That’s integrity and speaking of which, I made a promise back I believe in September, October, that I was going to lose some significant weight. I forget the exact promise. So I’m even acknowledging that that I don’t even remember what the promise was.

I know it was to get in shape, I know it was to lose weight but I don’t even remember if I put in an actual number there. So I need to restore that. I need to restore my integrity with you.

I used the holidays as an excuse and I used me being sick for 9 weeks as an excuse. I don’t really have an excuse. Those are reasons but I still was out of integrity even though I had great reasons. I want you to get that for yourself.
You know, if you make a promise and you can’t keep that promise, you might have the best reason in the world and everyone in the world might not doubt you, they might totally understand that.

But as soon as you know there’s where integrity comes in. As soon as you know you have to break that promise, you get into communication with the person that you promised it to and let them know. You don’t have to go to a long explanation as to why.

You just say, “Hey, I didn’t keep my promise. I made a promise to you. I broke it and I’m re-promising to you.” So you thought of integrity by not keeping the promise but you restored the integrity.

Now your life is back into integrity. So I’m promising to you, springbreak, it’s coming. I’m posting a picture online of my fine, defined, cut self, okay? So I’m re-promising that to you. I’m restoring my integrity and think about where you made promises in your life. Whether it’s to your best friend or your spouse or your parents or your boss or a co-worker, where have you made promises and not kept them?

If you want a little practice in living a life of integrity, go acknowledge to those people that you haven’t kept your promise and re-promise. Or also you can say, “You know what, I broke my promise to you and it’s really not that important to me that I keep that promise. So I just want you to know I’m not promise that anymore.”

Kind of ugly, maybe but its integrity and it might not be received well but it’s integrity. People know where you’re coming from. You’re being direct and straight with your communication. So that’s my favourite one. That really makes life work when you live a life of integrity in that way. By saying what you’re going to do, making promises and then doing what you say, keeping those promises.

If you’re going to break that promise, get into communication right away, let the person know that you promised, you’re going to be breaking a promise and make a new promise, got it? So here they are, the five things you can do to become more likeable.

Number one, listen, listen authentically. Two, be generous with compliments and be generous with authentic, genuine compliments, okay?

Three, ask questions but ask questions and listen to the answer. Go back to number one, right? It’s one, listen. Two, be generous with compliments and three, ask questions. Four, be your authentic and vulnerable self. Be authentic and vulnerable. Be yourself. Number five, live with integrity, live with integrity.

Now, after we covered all that, being liked actually is rather overrated. Being respected is really what you want. Being respected is what you want, being liked is way overrated. Think about how many people you’ve tried to please and what type return you got on that, right? Being respected is what you want.

The intent of this episode is not for you to go out and strive to be liked by everybody. Not everybody is going to like you. That’s just the way it is but let it go. Don’t worry about it.

Live by these five rules and more people will like you and most importantly, you’re going to like yourself a lot more too. You’re going to sleep better at night. You’re going to live life with no regrets.

You’re going to like yourself a lot more. Now I created this episode for what it is, to be more likeable by others and by yourself. I want other people to like you more and I want you to like yourself more because when you do that, your Do Over is going to be that much more productive and that much more enjoyable.

But I also created this episode because I’m going to be starting a series of episodes on what’s possible for you financially. On what’s possible for you, financially. Most people don’t even know what’s possible for them financially.

They know only one way to do things. So they do those things in the way that they know how and they have no clue as to what’s really possible. They know one way of doing things, they know what they’re going to get if they do it that way.

A lot of times they still don’t even get it. They don’t even know what’s possible. They don’t even know there are other ways of thinking. And after I share with you in this series of what’s possible, we’re going to go on a follow up series of episodes and transfer your possibility, what we’ve created for you that’s possible, and we’re going to make it probable.

We’re going to transform your possibility into probability. Meaning, the action steps required, I’m going to give you the action steps required to bring your possibility into your reality. I’m excited for that. Hope you are too.
So that’s it for today, God loves you and so do I. I am Matt, the Do Over Guy and I will see you on the next episode of Your Do Over.

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