Developing Your Money Mindset – An Interview with Jasmine Platt

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Jasmine Platt – Developing Your Money Mindset. The Online Marketing Show Episode 152


Jasmine Platt helps business owners to create miracles in their business such as making more money, getting more ideal clients, getting discovered and doing all this, doing something they love to do.

In this interview Jasmine shares how we can breakthrough the limiting beliefs around money that may be holding us back in so that we can experience massive business growth including…

  • How to identify the real reason your business isn’t making enough money (it’s probably not what you think)
  • Why your childhood is affecting the results you get in business as an adult
  • How to easily overcome limiting beliefs about money, work and yourself so that success becomes effortless
  • How to eliminate fear, stress, overwhelm and procrastination from your life
  • How to find the right mentor who can help you achieve a quantum jump in your business
  • And much more!

You can listen to the entire interview or you can read the full transcript below…

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Joseph Bushnell: Hey, welcome to the online marketing show, this is Joey Bushnell. Today’s special guest is success mentor Jasmine Platt. Go to to find out more. Jasmine thank you so much for being on the show.

jasmine platt creating miraclesJasmine Platt: It is a pleasure to be here.

Joseph Bushnell: Jasmine you help people to create miracles in their business, how did you get started doing this for people?

Jasmine Platt: It’s a really good question. I didn’t start off specifically working with people in their business. What happened for me was, just to take you right back, I was 19 years old and I was at Law school studying, obviously law, and was doing an Accounting degree as well. I really wasn’t happy and at the same time, I had the benefit of going out with a guy whose friend took us to an Amway introduction and we had zero interest in participating in selling soap on a rope! But the thing that stood out for me, Joey, about that experience was, there was these people up on the stage and they were showing photographs up on the big projectors of Hawaiian holidays and all this incredible stuff and that was not the way that I was brought up. I did not grow up thinking that I was going to have a career that was about happiness. I was certainly pushed to become successful but more from an academic standpoint.

So that’s what I was doing and I realized that I was actually miserable. I didn’t enjoy Law, I didn’t enjoy Accounting but I was very good at it. At that point, I knew that my life, I wanted to be about helping people to become happy, essentially. So, I foresaw a new future and went into coaching after that and at the same time, I finished my Business degree so there was a natural fit between supporting people to be happy and powerful in making good choices about the life that they wanted, as well as those who, over time, it became obvious, there was a number of them who were developing their businesses, so there was a natural fit really, between the work that I was doing and supporting them with the way that they were thinking and what they were doing practically in regard to their business.

At the same time, I did a lot of training because I happened to meet a woman who I had a lot of respect for. I didn’t know exactly what it was that she did when I met her but she eventually turned out to be a psychic or a clairvoyant but her background was that she had a PHD in Biochemistry. She was a research doctor for a University, with this profound gift for having knowledge, wisdom and experience about my life that she couldn’t possibly know. It shook my world in a considerable way because I didn’t have any spiritual beliefs at that time when I met her.

Because it was so profound, I went on to train with her and she’s been a mentor of mine now for the last 14 years so she’s trained me on how to deepen the work that I do to support people, not just in regard to their business but also their mindset and understanding things, to be able to channel information for them, that would be one way to put it, that they may not have awareness of and there’s a considerable number of layers to the benefit that would’ve come from that work.

Joseph Bushnell: Is there a spiritual element to your teachings as well? Sometimes spirituality and business don’t seem to meet but is that something that happens with what you do?

Jasmine Platt: Well, life is spiritual and whether we have spiritual or religious beliefs or not, it doesn’t change the fact that we’re all here to fulfill something and to me that’s what spirituality really is about. It’s interesting because a lot of people assume that business and spirituality don’t actually meet but in the same way that life is spiritual, so is business.

So is there a spiritual component to what I do? Absolutely, but in a very academic or left brain kind of a way. I like to help the people to bridge the gap between the way that they think and being able to capitalize on the benefits of metaphysics. So a lot of people who have studied things like The Secret, the Law of Attraction and all that sort of stuff, there’s actually a mechanics behind the way that we think and the way that the Universe responds to the way that we think. So, yes, to answer your question, yes, there is.

Joseph Bushnell: I know that one of your concepts you teach is a concept called bliss, what is bliss?

Jasmine Platt: Bliss, fundamentally, is about happiness. One of the things that became obvious to me when working with people who were really committed to being successful, is that they were successful but they weren’t necessarily happy and so I don’t see the point in striving for success if at the end of the day we’re miserable, and I have a number of people that I know who are successful and they’re not happy, and then I have a number of people that I know that are happy and they’re not successful and I think that we can have the best of both worlds.

So bliss is about fundamentally happiness, it’s about doing what we love, it’s about being somebody that we love being, it’s about being proud of ourselves and living the fullest, being the best leader that we can be about our own lives and inevitably what happens when we’re living that sort of life, Joey, is that what pops up is our limiting beliefs, what pops up is the stuff that is our specific stuff that we have to work through so that’s about transforming anything in our life that isn’t the way that we want it, anything that is standing in the way of us living the full of expression of life and learning how to really flow and to create a life in anything that we’re creating with it, if it’s a business or a family, or you know, I know that you’re a family man and creating a family is a really, really huge component to being alive, to those of us that have children.

So it’s learning how to flow with the challenges that arise so that we can be at peace and blissful regardless of whatever it is that we have going on. So, it’s a big concept.

Joseph Bushnell: Yeah and I guess it’s relevant for everyone whether they are building a business or not, and at any stage of a business, whether you’re on the road to success or perhaps along the way, it would be nice to be in a more blissful state. I know if you were to take my journey Jasmine, my own personal journey, I used to be very stressed and almost work myself into an early grave sometimes. So I think whether you’ve achieved success already, you’re on the way there or just beginning, I think this is something that is needed for everyone.

Jasmine Platt: Absolutely.

Joseph Bushnell: So I’d imagine Jasmine the vast majority of the time people aren’t in bliss and perhaps many people listening to this are not feeling in bliss themselves. Let’s talk about what is stopping us from that and how we can get there.

First thing I’d like to talk about, is if we are trying hard and struggling at the moment from a business perspective, what could possibly be holding us back?

Jasmine Platt: It almost always comes back to limiting belief and that’s a term that is often banded around but if you think about it in terms of wrong concepts, like if we have a wrong concept of something, whether that’s related to ourselves, whether that’s related to how to create results, whether that’s related to our way of seeing people, or our clients or our prospective market or the willingness of that market to want to give us money, then those wrong concepts need to be changed in order to make way for us to be able to make money, doing what it is that we want to be doing.

So, it’s always about our internal reality that we’ve got formed and that internal reality has been shaped, from my view point, from two things: one, is the way that we’re brought up, and not only the way that we’re brought up but also our experiences after that, that created a sense of how the world works.

I have a client who, she came to me because she desperately loved doing what she was doing and she was not making the money she wanted to be making. She was faced with this situation of, being in a financial situation, where she was going to need to go back and get herself a job doing what she didn’t want to be doing and that really wasn’t what she wanted.

So she came and said, ‘I know there’s something that is going on, I don’t know what it is.’ So I took her on a bit of a journey that included asking her some questions about her upbringing and it turns out that she was raised in a farming family. I got her speaking about that and as she was sharing it, it was the language that she was using that’s giving me a lot of insight into the internal reality that she had and she was unconscious to the extent to which this was holding her back.

But one thing she said that I latched onto to help her to uncover, what I call, the ‘sh*t file’ because there’s always a central core belief that is causing the issue. She made this comment, like they would get a call, I think it was a phone call in those days, to be told what the price of milk powder or milk was for that day or that week. And she said that, when they made that call, that told us how much money that there was going to be. And she said, “I could tell that my parents would be either happy or sad or stressed or relieved according to that phone call.”

I said to her, “Who was they? When you referred to ‘they’, who were they?” And now, she was 6 or 8 years old at the time so she didn’t have a sense of who “they” were. But it was as though there was some god in the sky who had the ability to cause the family either increased money or decreased money, increased stress or decreased stress, according to the whim of the telephone gods who made that call. So her family did not experience that they had the power to shape their own financial future because it wasn’t down to them. They had to work the same amount of time and go through exactly the same process for money that wasn’t determined by them.

Here she was in a completely different kind of business, where she was completely able to create whatever wealth that she wanted to but she had the perception that the clients were the ones, or her potential market were the ones who had power over her income. So we had to do some work on shifting, firstly helping to prove to her, the awareness of that is what’s been happening and secondly, shifting her internal reality so that she had a sense that she could have power and say, entirely 100%, over her income. Then we had to go work on shifting, shifting the blocks out of the way.

So coming back to the question that you’re asking, it’s always about internal reality. The other part to it as well as the way that we are brought up and the experiences that we have that shape that is that, I used to believe that we came here as a blank slate, that we didn’t have any inherent belief ,that we were an open book and that is certainly one way of seeing things, it’s not wrong to see it that way.

But there is another way that some people subscribe to, and it doesn’t matter whether you believe this or not, to be true, or whether you see it as a model or whether you see it as a complete hocus-pocus. But here’s a thought…

If we came here with something to fulfill on, then we came with what I refer to as ‘soul themes’, and what a soul theme is, is something that our soul has chosen to come in and experience in this lifetime.

One thing that I’m seeing a lot with my clients at this point, is that they’re coming in with these issues around their own sense of power and their own sense of self-expression. Those are two very strong themes I’m seeing at the moment. So what I’m seeing with their businesses is the need for them to experience themselves as being powerful, themselves as being able to create whatever abundance that they want and then learning how to communicate in a way that has them fulfill on what it is their passionate about, so sharing their message, let’s say, if they’re a coach or a thought leader or some sort.

Or for those people who are, let’s say, Physios. They don’t have necessarily thought leadership in the way that they do things but they do have messages to teach that they could then, choose to step up and to share their greater gift with the world both physically but also through having themselves stand out as a Physio as opposed to being in the same group of competition with the every other standard Physio. Does that make sense?

Joseph Bushnell: Yeah absolutely. I know you talk about mindset as one key place where there could be a blockage or a problem for us. I know that strategy is another area that you cover as well and also behavior there may be a behavioral issue.

So if money is not showing up right now, how do we evaluate and identify where our problems are? How do we work out what the problem is first of all?

Jasmine Platt: That’s a good question. Fundamentally, it always comes down to mindset because, you asked about behaviors, the behaviors that we have and the habits we have of have a function of our mindset. So if there’s a behavioral issue or a habit that we’re aware that we are exhibiting, then it’s always powerful to go back and ask oneself “What is it that we believe? What would we have to believe in order to be behaving this way?” Because it’s always the belief.

Now from a strategy standpoint it’s kind of similar. We will apply whatever strategy that we believe will work. But what I see a lot of people or marketers doing, is they’re trying something, it’s not producing the results they want and instead of going straight to the question “Alright, how do I tweak my strategy or change my strategy? Who shall I employ to help me or hire as a mentor or trainer to help me to change my strategy or help me to learn some new techniques that is going to produce a better result or potentially produce a better result?”.

What people tend to do Joey, is they go, “There’s something wrong with me,” or “There’s something wrong with my product,” or, “Maybe I’m not just cut out for this.” They go into self-doubt. And often, it can be strategy. So it’s powerful to, I don’t know whether you have a community of people around you who provide you with mentoring and training and support but I don’t know many successful entrepreneurs out there who succeed on their own.

If you go and read just about any book about any successful entrepreneur they will go through, like in terms of their biography, they will go through all the people that were on their team that supported them. So strategy is something certainly to have a look at.

When it comes to devising a strategy that’s going to work, I think the first thing to recognize is, if your strategy is not working, “Cool you just need to change it.” But as far as how to change it, that really is an individual thing. What I would coach somebody on in terms of their strategy really depends on what it is that they’re trying to accomplish. So I would say, in terms of encouraging your listeners to identify whether it’s the mindset or a strategy issue, is consider, it might be a strategy issue.

It’s like if you want to lose 40 pounds and it’s not working, then if you know that you’re doing everything you can, then it’s not a mindset thing. But your strategy is not working then it’s just important to go find another strategy. There’s a million different things out there that you can try. So it’s a combination of both, often.

Joseph Bushnell: OK so let’s assume we have some negative beliefs around money, that we have a scarcity or a poverty mindset, what can we do to change that?

Jasmine Platt: Well, first of all, you’ve got to know what you want and you’ve got to be more committed to changing the belief than you do sticking where you’re at. Because often, people will assume that they want to be somewhere else, they’ll say, “I want to achieve success for this,” but then their behaviors and their mindset actually tell them that they want what they’re getting now, more than they want what they’re saying they want.

So if we acknowledge that, “OK, yes it might be scary,” “OK, yes, I’m afraid of moving forward,” or “I’m afraid of stepping out,” and often it is those kinds of things that people haven’t identified are actually what’s causing, like it’s more comfortable staying were they are. But if we do want to move forward and if we’re committed to that, then what we need to do is to get help, like I seriously do not know any other way and the reason why is that we’re blind to our own blind spots.

As I was going through the progression of my own career, I had a lot of help from different people to help me to see the things that I couldn’t see. So, if you’re aware that you have a belief around money or a sh*t file around money or poverty or scarcity, it’s really important that you get help because you can try and go through the process yourself and work out, you know “What happened in my childhood and how I raised?” and blah blah blah.

But unless you find the core belief that is keeping all of that stuff stuck together, then the likelihood that you’ll break through it yourself is fairly low.

Joseph Bushnell: So sometimes you just need that outsider’s perspective

Jasmine Platt: Absolutely. From somebody that does that kind of work, a lot of people will go to friends, “Hey, I’m struggling with this,” or to their parents and all those people do is they will share their own belief that may or may not have anything to do with where your particular sh*t file is.

We can see it a lot when we look at the people that we have in our own lives, that we believe that should be doing something differently. You know, maybe they’re overweight or maybe they’re in an unhealthy relationship or maybe they need to believe in themselves more. We can, as much as we like, stand on a soap box and tell them what we think that they should do or what we think that their problem is, but notice how little difference that actually makes to the person, in a lot of cases.

But every now and again, we might be able to say something insightful but certainly it’s about getting help from the right people.

Joseph Bushnell: That’s very true what you said, you’ve got to be ready and asking the right questions, seeking it out, like you said you can sometimes see someone else’s situation quite clearly and they can’t help themselves or they don’t want to and I guess it would be very silly or very biased to think that we are any different than that. There are probably lot’s of things that we are going through ourselves that we just can’t see, so I love that answer, I think that’s really insightful.

Jasmine Platt: I think of it in terms of a funnel. That at the bottom of the funnel is our results, like what pops at the bottom of the funnel is the results. So if what’s popping out at the bottom of our funnel in our 3-dimensional reality is low money, low numbers of clients, a lot of stress, a lot of hours spent behind a computer, then we’ve got to look at what’s going into the funnel at the top, and what’s going in at the top or what’s settled at the top of the funnel would be belief, it’ll be images from our childhood that we will almost always match our reality to what we observed.

Now that’s not always completely true, we can create the complete opposite. I have a client who is incredibly wealthy and his parents were incredibly poor and he was so embarrassed going to school with trashy shoes and not being kind of looked after from a financial standpoint. His embarrassment was enough to have him say, “I am not going to live like this.” And so he has created an entirely different financial reality but he’s actually no more happy than when he was in school because now the experiences that he’s attracting to him are ones where he’s got beautiful women hanging off his arm and he’s got amazing cars and he’s got all this stuff. But now he doesn’t feel as though people love him for him. He feels like people are around him because of his money. So it’s the same self-esteem stuff that he had going on back when he was at school.

But more or less, we will create what we observed growing up which is why a lot of failing entrepreneurs, when I asked them the question, “Who have you seen succeed doing what you do?” A lot of them will say, “Well, nobody to be honest, either my dad was a failing businessman,” or alternatively, “My parents were academics,” or, “They just had a regular job.” So they haven’t actually observed it happening. When you see something done, it becomes that much easier to accomplish.

So I can’t remember how got here? Oh the funnel! So when we will create according to our belief, according to what we’ve seen, according to our perception of our own values, and according to, sometimes, that soul stuff that I was talking about before. Our soul themes will play a part in that stuff, too.

Then in the middle of the funnel is the action that we take, the behaviors that we exhibit, the habits that we have, that will be a function, again, of what we believe. So it’s really making sure that we’re going “OK, I will have the results that I want.” What’s going on at those higher levels of the funnel that are causing this 3D reality, because when you change things higher up the funnel that’s when the 3D results will shift.

Joseph Bushnell: Jasmine is this an uncomfortable change? We’re talking about breaking down our beliefs and our world views even though they’re our negative views and beliefs that are holding us back, we’re still radically shifting our paradigms so even though we want this, is it a tough process, this transition? Or does it come easily?

Jasmine Platt: It’s pretty easy. It’s fun! When people start to, see, when people are stressed enough and struggling and overwhelmed enough to seek help, they already know what sh*tty feels like. And so, when they actually start to then break down their story, and we start to have a look and peel things away and say, “OK this is what’s going on and this is what’s going on,” and all of a sudden they can go from overwhelmed to suddenly understanding it and when they start to understand it, instead of being a struggle, suddenly it makes sense.

So as they’re going through that and we’re releasing the blocks, then either what I find, Joey, is either a result will show up straight away because we got the file or alternatively it might be that a person has got 3 or 4 or 10 files or 10 blockages for us to have to work through. But when you have a partner on your side who knows what they’re doing and can help you to do that, then that’s a really fun process.

Joseph Bushnell: Let’s move onto another limiting belief. We’ve covered limiting beliefs around money, how about limiting beliefs around ourselves? How we see ourselves, I guess our identity and also what we believe we are capable of. So could you talk a little bit about how that affects things and how we can change it for the better?

Jasmine Platt: So we live life and we produce results according to our belief about ourselves. If we were taught when we were younger that we weren’t particularly capable then that will certainly show up in our business. If we were taught that we weren’t particularly creative then that will show up in our business. If we were taught that we were poor communicators or that we weren’t listened to as kids, then that will show up.

So our identity, our sense of who we are and what we’re capable of will play itself out. So until we find what it is that is causing us the blockage, then it absolutely will have an impact on our results. Does that answer your question?

Joseph Bushnell: Yeah it absolutely does, so how can we turn it around? What can we do to have more belief in ourselves?

Jasmine Platt: I want to tell you a story because I believe that often, a story will help us to get insights to our own needs more than necessarily theory. I had this client who was struggling to achieve results. He was feeling really fraudulent of what it was that he was doing. He was making money and he was doing OK but he wasn’t doing what he loved and that was causing him a lot of pain.

So just to come back to your question and to giving some insight into the people listening, you need to get aware of whatever it is that’s causing your frustration. In this guy’s case, it was the fact that his business wasn’t aligned with who he is. He was doing something for money and even though it was making him money, he was uncomfortable. So it’s about recognizing that you can make money doing what you love when you get everything lined up properly.

So what I did with this particular guy is I helped him to give himself permission to do what he loves, trusting that he could, together with me and whoever else that he wanted to work with, come up with a strategy for helping him to be successful doing that as opposed to stuff he’s been told by another coach that he should do because it was a lucrative market to go into. And him choosing to give himself permission to do what he loves and prioritizing that over the lucrative market and staying trusting that he could make money doing what he loves, he started to make the transition into this new service that he wanted to create.

The moment that he got his ducks in a row with that stuff, all of a sudden, not only was he able to attract clients who were prepared to pay him higher money than he’d been paying before, but he got more of them, he got better clients, better quality clients than he had been working with before and he started to feel really happy and fulfilled with what he was doing.

The energy difference between who he was at the beginning of working together and afterwards, he was fundamentally different. The start was he was tired, overwhelmed, stressed and kind of hiding because he felt like a fraud. At the end, he was passionate and excited and happy and fulfilled. What that did, was that then made him magnetic to potential clients who would call him up and say, “Hey, I’m wanting to talk with you about this” and he just seems so much more alive and he was really engaging or he is really engaging.

To come back to your question, it’s really important to recognize what’s going on in the inside because it’s part of the question you asked to start with, Joey, about is the work that I do spiritual? Our emotions are spiritual things. There’s certainly a biological component to it where our emotions and the way that we feel physically will be a reflection of the chemicals that go on accordance to the way that we think. But there’s also a spiritual component to it.

When we are in our flow, when we’re doing what is it that we love doing ,that are the expressions of our own gifts to the world, it feels different than when we’re slugging along doing what we think, what somebody has else told us what we should do or something doesn’t feel right. We can feel it. So it’s acknowledging those feelings and then starting to go to work on finding somebody or if we want to try working through it ourselves, to help us break down those limiting beliefs or that limiting internal reality that we have.

Joseph Bushnell: Jasmine if we are feeling things such as fear, stress, we are procrastinating, we are feeling overwhelmed, none of these things are particularly pleasant, how can we break free from these types of things?

Jasmine Platt: Each of those things you mentioned is different.

So for example, procrastination, sometimes we procrastinate and it’s a really good thing. Sometimes we procrastinate because we actually don’t want to do it! And so trying to push ourselves to do something that we don’t want to do, you really want to ask “Why you are doing it?” Because sometimes it’s a clue from your inner self or from your soul to say, you know what, you actually don’t want to do it. And you’re better off to not do it and then to sit back and really ask yourself if you’re committed.

If it’s something like you want to lose weight and you aren’t going to the gym, do you really want to lose weight or would you rather be at home being comfortable? Either choice is perfectly OK, but it’s about telling the truth. Because if you’re sitting on the couch feeling bad, I’d rather have you sitting on the couch eating chocolate feeling good than sitting on the couch eating chocolate feeling bad.

What will often happen is that because we spend so much time and energy beating ourselves up about the fact that we’re procrastinating. We’re actually draining our energy source. So the very energy that we needed to get ourselves motivated to get up and go to the gym is being spent on feeling bad. So procrastination, it’s really worthwhile checking in, seeing if you really want what you say you want and then choosing to be committed or choosing to just give yourself a break

Often choosing to give yourself a break from it will have this profound effect of reducing the amount of stress you’re putting on yourself and then, what suddenly will arise in the space is inspiration and energy. Suddenly, you do the thing you’ve been procrastinating forever.

In terms or overwhelm, it’s the same thing. I would say, take a break. Overwhelm is a function of a series of limiting beliefs piled on top of each other that are causing, kind of like, a plate of spaghetti sauce of stuff or a heavy cloud over your head and it’s really hard to see clearly. So, take a break, take all the pressure off, go have a massage, go take 3 weeks off, whatever it is that you need to do to relieve the pressure and then you’d be in a much better situation to able to change it.

In terms of the first one, I think you mentioned fear and stress? Those, again, are a function of limiting belief so it’s about peeling it back. Sometimes people will have stress because they’re working too hard so it’s worth having a look at what you believe about work and what you believe about producing results. If you believe that you have to produce results by working long hours and working really, really hard, then you will match your 4D reality, the actions you’re taking, in terms of that funnel to that belief.

So the client I mentioned before here, the farming parents, they believe that they had to work really, really hard to earn any money and then the farming gods would determine their income. So their reality was absolutely a match for what they had believed and interestingly, their parents had very similar, and their parents’ parents had the same kind of stuff going on. So these beliefs are often passed down generation after generation and because we keep seeing it, it keeps showing up.

So it’s really important that as a parent, Joey, that we gift to our children belief, a new set of beliefs from what we were brought up with. I was certainly brought up with limiting beliefs around money and work. But because of seeing that struggle and because of seeing the impact on my parents, I knew that I did not want my kids to go through that. So I’ve done a lot of work on myself to get things happening and shifting in a totally different direction than of my parents such that I have new perspective to then be able to give my children. So, fear and stress, that’s all about peeling back the belief.

Joseph Bushnell: Brilliant, so my final question Jasmine is how can having a mentor put us on the right track? What are the benefits and the shortcuts that we will gain by having a mentor?

Jasmine Platt: A mentor has done it, so a mentor can provide you with a different set of images to the ones that you have experienced in the past. They have insights into ways to do things that can change the situation immediately. They can see outside of your limiting belief to what you need to do, how you need to think, and they can give you the fastest way possible to do that.

It’s also like having a team of people, even if the team is just you and them, who are mutually are focused on the outcome that you are trying to achieve and that is so much, so much more supportive and in some way, safe than trying to do that on your own.

Joseph Bushnell: Sure how do we make sure we pick the right mentor? Because every mentor is slightly different, they’ve all had their own experiences, what they believe is possible differs from mentor to mentor, their methods and the results they can help us attain will differ from mentor to mentor, how do you find someone who is right for you?

Jasmine Platt: You’ve got to establish what it is that you need help with. So, for example, if you know that lead generation, for example is something that you’re struggling with, then look out there for mentors who have expertise in that area. If you know that what you’re struggling with is mindset, then look out there for people who have expertise in that area.

And then, I’m a big believer of following the heart. If you have an impulse or an intuition that says you want to work with this person over that person then go with that because there will be a reason for it. And so, you can have 2 options sitting there, and one will feel better than the other. So, it’s really a matter of weighing out what you know you need and what feels right and certainly have a conversation with them. You’ll know that in the conversation whether they feel that they are the right person for you or not.

Joseph Bushnell: Jasmine thank you so much for spending time with me today and giving us this incredible information and helping us out to see these issues and hopefully going toward turning these things around.

Where can we go to find out more about you? Do you have any way that you can help us further? If we really enjoyed what we heard today and if we think that these issues are our issues, is there any way that you can help us further?

Jasmine Platt: Sure, on my website which is, there’s a couple of things that could be useful for you. I put together a report recently which is specifically written for coaches or anybody who’s in the business of helping people to achieve results, on there is a link to that report. To be honest, there’s also a lot of insight in that report that any entrepreneur could get some value from so you’re welcome to go and download that report.

There also on my website is a link which says, I think it says, ‘Speak to Jasmine‘ it’s a blue button and if you are committed to getting results and are struggling to do that yourself and you would like to have a conversation and see if there’s any way that I could help you with that then I am more than happy to have a conversation to support those people to achieve that.

Joseph Bushnell: Thank you Jasmine that is very generous of you and with that we’ll bring this call to a close. Thank you to everyone who joined us, I really hope you got a lot of value from it, if you think that you did please show us some love, leave a review on iTunes for this podcast and go reach out to Jasmine over at Finally Jasmine, thank you once again for coming on the show today.

Jasmine Platt: It’s been an absolute pleasure. Thank you!