Sara Campbell Professional Development Opportunities

Professional Development Opportunities

Are you overwhelmed with Professional Development opportunities? Don't know where to start?

No more procrastinating! Tune in to learn how to A.I.M. and make progress with all those courses, conference materials, and webinars you've got sitting around.

Join Glory St. Germain and Special Guest Sara Campbell - teacher, entrepreneur, coach, techie and all things musical, as they share 3 brilliant ideas you can use to implement your professional development right now. Don't miss this one!

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Sara Campbell Professional Development Opportunities

Sara Campbell is a piano and voice entrepreneur who loves to share creative teaching ideas, savvy business practices, and cutting edge technology tips.

You'll find her offering up expertise on her Facebook Live broadcasts, and with Upbeat Piano Teachers, Tim Topham's Inner Circle, and The Speakeasy Cooperative, a group for independent voice teachers. Her passions include yoga, cats, wine, and working with fabulous teachers all around the world. 

Sara Campbell Professional Development Opportunities

Sara Campbell is Glory St. Germain's Special Guest on the Ultimate Music Interview Series.

Glory: Are you overwhelmed with professional development opportunities? You know the webinars that you sign up for and you didn't watch, and the online course you joined and you haven't touched it, and the PDFs you downloaded but you never opened them? Oh, we've all been there, until now. My name's Glory St. Germain from Ultimate Music Theory. My very special guest is the multi-talented Sara Campbell. Teacher, entrepreneur, coach, techie, and entertaining performer, who's about to share her three part strategy that will help you AIM your professional development successfully. Welcome Sara!

Sara: Thank you. That was the most fabulous introduction.

Glory: We've been friends for a while now and not only are we friends, but you're also my coach and I'm so grateful for coaching. And I did want to share the one key, which is our magic word for today.

Sara: It is.

Glory: The one key factor that I must share with our viewers. Ultimate Music Theory teachers, fellow musicians, and fellow educators, is that you, Ms. Sara, definitely have the secret sauce on how to implement strategies and take action on professional development opportunities. As they say, the proof is the pudding. Sara Campbell, biz coach, is a piano and voice entrepreneur. She loves to share her creative ideas of savvy business practices and cutting and technology tips. You will find her expertise on her Facebook Live broadcast and in the Upbeat Piano Teachers, Tim Topham, creative piano teaching Inner Circle, which, I'm proud to say I'm also the theory expert in the Tim Topham at Inner Circle, which yay, and The SpeakEasy Cooperative group for independent voice teachers. We're going to share a bunch of links with you today, so stay tuned.
Now, you don't accomplish all that, plus do yoga, train your cat to do tricks, and have time to enjoy a glass of wine if you don't AIM your professional development to watch the webinars, complete the online courses, read the PDFs, and implement strategies. Ms. Sara Campbell ... Actually it's Mrs., but release the secret sauce.

Sara: All right, cool. I've got some great stuff for you guys today. I think that this topic is a really popular one because there's so many opportunities out there and we get wrapped up in signing up for all these things, but then we get stuck because we don't know what stuff to take first. We have all these webinars that have piled up like in our email inbox, or you have them saved on your computer. You're kind of nervous use about like, "Well what do I do next?"

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Glory: Exactly.

Sara: Then, what can happen is that often times we do nothing. This is something that I want our viewers to know you're not alone in. This is something that I have 100% perfected, but I am working on it. If you all are joining us, I would love for you to comment below and let us know what you think about all of those webinars that you have tucked away somewhere, or if you signed up for some courses, or materials from conferences that you went to that are languishing in your closet. If you have experienced this, I want you to let me know that I'm not alone.

Glory: I think I should be entering in the chat box. It's funny you said that, Sara. I know when I go to a conference, you come back with so many great ideas. You just stuff them all in your bag. Then, it goes on the shelf. Then, the biggest challenge is, how do we implement those? We need some kind of help in, "Okay, now what are we going to do to take action?" I'm super excited to hear your tips because I know for myself, I remember taking an online course which was a full weekend of my life. After I took the course, I think it was one 100 years ago on how to write a best selling eBook in a weekend and make millions, one of those. I spent a weekend of my life taking that. Then, I didn't implement it because I didn't have the AIM strategies that you're going to share with us. We've learned lots since that. You're right. What are we going to do?

Sara: I love that you've brought that up, especially the week long things that you've attended and you haven't gotten to implement any of those. I have a notebook that goes with me to conference, or if I'm doing stuff on line. I take lots of notes in here. I've had a lot of things in this notebook that haven't been implemented yet. I am going to be using my AIM strategy myself. I see that Cathy O'Donnell just tuned in. She said, "I need help to organize all my courses, from the link to the log in, remembering which part of the course you're in." Great point. Angie says, "You're not alone. Some really great pieces of information, so little time to process and implement." Good!
Lisa also tunes in, says, "I have this issue. I've recently organized all my papers in my studio and finally filed all my conference notes by topic. I hope it helps me finally reference them." Lisa, I have a job for you. Do you want to come to my studio?

Glory: Me too, me too! It's funny that, even organizing, I was organizing my office the other day. Me too, found all those pages of things and thought, you do, you need to organize stuff so that you can find it. Then, you now organized it. How are we actually going to implement everything that we've learned?

Sara: Exactly. Okay, let's get to it. I've got three steps for you guys. I've used the word AIM because we love our little ... we were talking about never ending professional development, right?

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Glory: Absolutely.

Sara: Now, I'm using AIM. I've got three words for you guys. I'm going to walk you through them. If you've got a piece of paper, take some notes. It will be really easy. I promise. My first letter is A. I'm actually tapping into some of my own strengths with this AIM. The first one is activate. I am an activator. I am the type of person that likes to make things happen. I like to take ideas and turn them into actions.

Glory: I like it!

Sara: Right? I think that's where we can get stuck often. We can't get that moving. These three letters that I'm sharing, these three steps, all happen at once. It's good to sit down and look through all of these things at the same time. This is, hopefully, going to give you what you need to take that first step to implement these things. What does it mean to activate when it comes to these professional courses that you signed up for and what not? My first thing that I do if I have stuff that hasn't been used and is just sitting around in a closet, or just sitting around on my computer, is to activate that product or course. Maybe that means printing out a PDF that's on step one. Print that PDF out. Put it somewhere where you can see it to hold yourself accountable. Another good A word, right?

Glory: Yes, accountable.

Sara: We're activating by printing off those materials, getting them ready to go. Maybe your activation step is to make a list of all of these things that you haven't done yet, things that you purchased over the last year and you haven't even touched. They're just collecting dust somewhere.

Glory: I think you're right, Sara. When you activate it and print things off, I know from myself when I'm doing a course, I'm signed up for another course that I'm taking now. The first thing I did was I printed it off. I hole-punched it. I put it in a binder and put it on my desk. That prepares you for the next step, right? Now I'm, "Okay, what's your excuse now? You've got no excuse. Let's go girl!"

Sara: Exactly. I signed up for an Amy Porterfield course earlier this year.

Glory: I love her.

Sara: I love her too. Her energy is just fabulous. My first step, because I knew I invested into this great course, was to activate and get all the materials. I downloaded everything from that course. I didn't watch any of the videos before I downloaded all the things, sent them to Staples. I organized them in the order I wanted to printed. I printed them in a really fancy binder. That was my activate. Get this ready to go and let's do this.

Glory: Yes. Absolutely.

Sara: There's so many people tuning in. Hi Sylvia and Karen. Yay! Good to meet you guys. Let us know, what are you going to activate. Make a list of the things you want to activate right now. I want to see what you're activating. That would be cool. Okay, we've got activate. Then, we move on to I. That is implement. These things are closely related. The activation is making the decision that you're going to turn these things into an action, these ideas that you have. Making that decision, taking that first step at printing things out, maybe downloading whatever you need. Then, you need to implement this. It means that you've got to carve out time.

Glory: Yes.

Sara: If you don't make that decision to carve out time in your schedule, it's never going to get done.

Glory: Absolutely.

Sara: It's hard, Glory. Isn't it? We're busy people.

Glory: Yes. I think, too, it's an interesting thing, Sara. As music teachers, you just came off a massive performance show. They gave you the rehearsal schedule. They gave you the performance schedule. You had to go for costume fittings. You had a schedule and you did it because you were committed to that. There was someone taking care of the producer or stage director. You were committed to the project. I think sometimes when we, ourselves, just like when you signed up for the course and I've signed up for courses that I'm working on right now, and memberships. All of a sudden, because there's no structure, no one hands you a list and says, "Oh, is this on your calendar?"
]I think to implement, we really need to put it on the calendar just as if you were going to do a show. You wouldn't just not show up because you didn't have time. You go because of integrity. You said you were going to be there and you show up. I think, often times, for our own personal development, we almost get swept under the rug. It's like, "Meh, I don't have time right now." That's what I hear a lot of, "I don't have time." Actually, you do. We're all busy, and yet there's been, look at the accomplishments that you've done. You somehow found the time. You taught your cat some new tricks. I saw him watching TV the other day.

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Sara: Oh, yes. Oh, my gosh! That was so funny. Apparently, my cat really likes cartoons. I love that you brought up the schedule for the show. I think that keeps us accountable. Having that schedule, that carved out, there are people there, the directors and your other cast members that are relying on you to be there. If you need to imagine who's your director, who are your cast members? If you need some people to hold you accountable, think about the people in your studio. The reason that you're doing these professional developments is because you want to be able to bring awesome stuff to your clients.

Glory: Absolutely.

Sara: Think about those clients. They're basically your cast. You might be playing many different roles. You might be in the cast. You might be a director. You might be a producer. You're probably costuming. All of that. Carve out time in your schedule. Get really deliberate about implementing what you're doing. For me, when I first started that course that I mentioned, I started carving out a little bit of time every morning and committing, "Okay, at this point, I have half an hour. I am going to work through this part of the course. I'm going to actually get into my workbook. I'm going to write stuff down. I'm going to watch the videos that need to be watched." When you're looking at those little half hours in your day, a half hour, actually you can get a lot done.

Glory: You can. I'm glad that you mentioned that, Sara. I think sometimes when we sign up for a course we think, "Oh, I don't have time." We're thinking it's going to take hours and hours and hours. In fact, if you carve out a 30 minute lesson, which would be you, yourself, then carve out a 30 minute implement what you learned, because I know I've taken a lot of courses like you have. It's great to study it. Then, you close your book. If you don't implement it, I know for myself, I take a lot of courses, I love to learn. Then, I want to implement what I learned. Don't teach me anything else until I implement that. Even if you say, "That's going to be my professional development. I'm going to take an hour a week," or something, at least it's a start.

Sara: Exactly, it's a start. You know what? It's all about building habits and getting into the habit of doing these things. If 30 minutes seems too daunting, set aside 15 minutes. After a few days, you're totally going to understand how valuable that is. 15 minutes will turn into 20. 20 will turn into 30. It's just like getting a good habit like exercising. We're exercising our brains.

Glory: You mentioned Amy Porterfield. I was watching one of her webinars too. Because of her, I've actually implemented a little more of a healthy regime. She's all about taking time out for professional development, but also personal development. I guess I'll have vegetables instead of fries. Not always.

Sara: Not always. You've got to have a little fun. Christopher has a fantastic comment. He said, "We make time for what matters."

Glory: Absolutely. Good, Christopher. Thank you. Actually, Christopher is one of our Ultimate Music Theory Certified Teachers. I don't believe he's completed the certification course yet. He is really keen on professional development. I want to give a shout out to him and say, yay, great idea.

Sara: That's fantastic. I see Barbara Leverson is here. Hi, Barbara! I hope you have your latte. She would always comment about her lattes. I love it. She says, "We learn a lot of stuff at conferences, but realistically, I'm not going to do it all. Pick the best one thing and make manageable goals." That is fantastic stuff.

Glory: Absolutely

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Sara: Let's recap for a second. Our first step is to activate. We are printing out our materials. We're getting organized. We're choosing what we want to do. We're getting ready to turn things into actions. Then, we're going to start implementing. To implement, you've got to carve out time in your schedule. You've got to hold yourself responsible, or accountable, for this. Now, let's get to the last letter, that's motivate. We've got AIM, A, I, M, which is the old chat program for AOL, which was my favorite chat program that they shut down in December. I'm still mourning that. If anybody else here is mourning the loss of AIM, let me know. It's a generational thing, I realize.
Your last step is to motivate. I think this is really, really important. You've got to think about why you're doing this. You've got to think about what results am I going to get if I activate and implement this. Sit down and write out, "These are the results I can expect when I put in the work." It's what we think about with our students.

Glory: Absolutely.

Sara: This is why we teach them to practice, and why we teach them effective practicing techniques. We're looking at the results. The practice is going to get us there. Then, we have these results at the end. Sometimes we need to sit down and really hash out what are those results going to be so we know that they're valuable.

Glory: Right, absolutely. I'm quoting the words of Jim Rohn, who's a philosopher and amazing mentor, if you watch any of his inspirational videos. He said, "It's not really what you do, but it's what you become." I think, through professional development, you can become the best version of yourself. Sometimes we wish it, but I think, using the AIM technique, as you've mapped out so brilliantly for us, you can really achieve that. You can become the type of teacher and friend and mentor and educator that you really want to be. It's important to just go, "How can we get started?" Sara's given us the steps. Now there's not excuses.

Sara: That's right!

Glory: There's nothing left. It's like, you're doing this.

Sara: Yes. You're absolutely doing this. You know what? Later on, I didn't actually set this up, but I would love to send out a broadcast to you guys that has these steps written out. If you're interested in getting a hold of that, I would love for you to drop the word "key" in our chat box here. That would be really cool. The word "key", K, E, Y. I'll set this up later out so that you can get these steps written out for you. If you haven't been taking notes and you're wondering, "Oh, what did she say about doing that?" We'll make sure that we'll get that to you. Plus, we're going to send you something else. Glory is going to tell you about that.

Glory: Thank you, Sara. That's perfect. Speaking of your AIM, I do want to say congratulations. I know that we talk a lot about professional developments for teachers. One of the things that I was passionate about was creating the Ultimate Music Theory Certification Course for teachers. I struggled immensely in teaching theory. I know people are going, "Really?", because I didn't know anything. Through my research and professional development, I finally created a program that I thought would be of great benefit to teachers. I know that you are taking the Ultimate Music Theory Certification Course. I was wondering if you could share maybe what are some of your takeaways that you've discovered in completing the course?

Sara: Yes. Okay. I'll let you guys know where I am in the course. I completed my rudiments exam, which, wow! That was so awesome. It took a lot of work. My rudiments exam is done. I have some corrections that I need to make. I need to work on my rests.

Glory: Shelagh McKibbon-U'Ren who is the examiner for the course, I know she's very fussy.

Sara: I love that. I love that she's making me really think things through and be very, very exact with my wording, very exact with my notation. That was one of my biggest takeaways in completing the rudiments part of the course. There are little tiny things that I can improve on with my notation. Now, I have really specific wording that I can use with my students that will help me tell them how to do this, being very exact with things. You know, it's hard to draw rests. It's hard to make sure that everything is really exact. I love that. That was one of my big takeaways.
I think my second takeaway, this is my favorite part. You've worked this in to all of the different levels, is talking about how people learn. It's so fascinating, so fascinating. Now, with every student, when I'm sitting there at the bench with them, sitting, at the same time. When you're meeting them at their level and you're imitating their body language. I'm learning from your course. I'm watching them and I'm asking questions. I asked my student, Maddox, yesterday, I said, "Which helped you most? Did you like listening to this rhythm, or did it feel better when you played it yourself?" He thought about it for a second. He said, "I really liked listening to it." Getting into is he kinesthetic, is he more oral? It's so fascinating. That's one of my biggest takeaways.

Glory: Yes. It's interesting because we often think that we just teach. We think about their personality, but not exactly their learning style. It can be really, really powerful when we can discover that and go, "Oh, I see." Just because you teach voice doesn't mean that they are an auditory learner.

Sara: Isn't that fascinating?

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Glory: Yes. There's lots more. Tell us what you're implementing into your studio?

Sara: I'm implementing right now. I'm implementing, like I said, looking at how do my students learn and really starting to think about how can I connect with them on different levels. I'm also trying to meet. We're not just a single type of learner. We have aspects. Maybe you're 60% this one, 20% this one. Trying to like, "If this doesn't work, then okay, let's switch gears and see if a different mode of learning is going to help you more." That's what I'm really trying to hone in on right now.

Glory: What's interesting is that young children have a strong sense of one learning style, visual, auditory or kinesthetic. As we get a little bit older, that's when we tend to maybe take on another one as well. You can definitely have more than one learning style. It evolves. Young children are usually really strong as young people. As we mature, we experience different ways of learning. Then, we put them together. I know what your moving, because you've completed the basic rudiments teachers exam. Now, you're going on to intermediate. In that module, you're going to learn about, yay, Sara! You're going to learn about sub-modalities.
Sub-modalities are very interesting as well. We have towards goal setting, and we have away from goal setting. You need to understand what kind of goal setter is your student, which is an interesting thing. If we were going to be running a marathon and someone was a towards goal setter, they would say, "Well, I want to be fit. I want to be healthy. I want this," they're a towards goal setter. If you're an away from goal setter, then your thoughts might be, "I don't want to be fat. I don't want to wear stretchy pants my whole life. I don't want this. I don't want that," but you still have a common goal. It's interesting when we're teaching that sometimes we'll say, "You can do it!" Other times, you'll say, "I bet you can't do that. I bet you can't sing that from memory without looking at the words." What's the trigger, right?

Sara: Oh, how cool! I can't wait to dive in to that part. I have started activating that. I have downloaded a bunch of the PDFs from the intermediate course. Now I need to implement. I'm on step two. I will get there. I will get there.

Glory: We've been talking about the certification course. I really want to invite teachers to get registered for our fantastic webinar that's coming up May the 8th and the 9th. I think that the link will be in here. Just go ahead and enter master class, or something, in the chat box. We'll make sure to get you that link. I don't want you to miss it. It's a really powerful webinar. You're going to learn all kinds of things there. It's going to be fantastic.
I do have a question. As a teacher, Ms. Sara, what would be, I call you Ms. Sara because my students call me Ms. Glory.

Sara: That's what my students call me, yes. That is how, yes.

Glory: I'll tell you why they don't call me Mrs. St. Germain, because I taught a lot of young, young children. They couldn't say St. Germain. They used to call me Mrs. Samerjame. One of them thought my name was Mrs. Treble Clef, but that's another story. At any rate, Ms. Sara, what's maybe the one tip that you can share on how can we move forward with our studio business plan to achieve our goals? What is the one thing that we could maybe do to go, "Okay, this is what you're going to do. You've got a goal." What are we going to do to get started?

Sara: Absolutely. It comes back into it's going to tie back into using that AIM process. This also ties into another video that I did a couple weeks ago on measuring out what is the impact of this particular idea that I have for my studio? What's the impact going to be? What are the results that I'm going to have? How much effort is it going to take for me to get there? I like to really think about impact and effort. If you see an area of your studio that's struggling, maybe it's part of business, maybe it's part of teaching. You really need to examine that and think about, "What can I do to make this better?" It's never going to change until you make that decision to change it. You are the sole proprietor, as most of us are. You are the driving force behind your business. You have to make the decision that you want to change that aspect.
Then, once you think about the impact effort ... by the way, if anybody's interested in the whole impact effort video, let me know. Then, I'll make sure that I drop a link about that in the comments here after we're done. Then, you have to think about aiming for those things. It's all about one step at a time. That would be my best advice for those business owners out there.

Glory: Absolutely. One of the things you talked about was organizing in time. We've covered so much today. I think one of the things that really is key factor for you and I as well in our own professional development is that it's time versus revenue. You are a professional business owner. What is the amount of time that you're going to commit to growing your business for financial results? One of the things that I'll be talking about in the webinar is how can you double, and even triple, your income and actually teach less hours. Certainly, I do it all the time. I've been doing it for years. I think that this is something that I wanted to share. How do we get that information?
First we have to learn it. You can do it two ways. You can either take ten years and go research and double up everything and figure it out on your own, or you can implement using your AIM strategies, get registered for the course that you want, that's going to move your forward for your goals, and take action, implement and motivate yourself and get those measurable results. That's what it's all about. It's having fun, number one. Learning, and then implementing so that we can serve the students that we teach. That's really what it's all about.

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Sara: It's awesome.

Glory: Speaking of serving, I do want to acknowledge you as really an amazing coach. Not everyone can be a coach, number one. You have to learn how to be a coach. Also, you have to have that true passion for sharing. I want to ask you, how did you get started with your coaching program, with Sara Campbell, Ms. Coach?

Sara: This has been something that's developed over the years. I started as a blogger years ago. My blog started officially in 2014. I had been teaching for a long time. I needed a way to get my ideas out there. I felt like I had so many ideas I wanted to share. It wasn't that long ago that teachers, we really didn't have the Facebook Forums yet. We didn't have all these ways to connect online. These are all very recent additions to what we can do as professionals. I started blogging about it. I started blogging initially, just creative things in my studio. I love to share creative ideas. Then, I started talking about business a little bit. Wouldn't you know, once I started sharing these business ideas, I had all these teachers emailing me and Facebooking me and asking me questions that were very specific to their businesses.
I would come back with email comments and stuff like that. Eventually, I made the decision, "You know what? This is not enough. I need to find a way to help people more." That's when I started looking into coaching for myself. I started developing my own coaching style. Then, I started working with teachers one on one, and also in groups. It's been fabulous. This is my favorite passion in life.

Glory: Yes, and you do such a great job. I think when you're passionate about what you do, it's infectious. I think that it's really important to share. I love the word share. Sometimes, we think, "Oh, I don't want to tell anybody what I do. I'm so successful." It's really not the way to grow.

Sara: No!

Glory: The way to grow is, if you have a great idea, share it. I feel too, even when I'm talking to other teachers, sometimes they'll have a great idea and I'll say, "Can I borrow/steal that?" I want to share it with other people.

Sara: That's part of what I do. I love that you said that. I encourage teachers, not just in their studios. Yes, we're sharing all kinds of things with our clients. That is something that I work on really, really hard. How do you share you're in your studio? How do you attract the people to you that you want as clients? I work with studio owners, but I also work with what we might call "next level" teachers who are offering online courses or they're creating something new like an app, or all kinds of cool things. They have a video series that they want to work on.
It's awesome. You've got to shout it out loud. If you've got something cool, you've got to share it. It's like Christopher said, "Don't bury the talent God's given you." He just popped that into the comments. I see some really cool comments about making goals. You guys are awesome. We've got some great comments here today!

Glory: That's fantastic! My little comment thing is over here. I'm like, "Oh, wow! Lots of comments."

Sara: If you haven't already gotten a hold of the links to the master class, Glory, they just popped them into the comments here. If you guys want reminders about them, make sure that you drop the word "key" down below. We'll get those to you. We've got some really cool stuff that will be delivered to you by So-La, the chat bot. She's got ...

Sara: Yay! Do you have So-La with you? Yay!

Glory: Here.

Sara: Here you go. She's cool.

Glory: Sola. You actually notice, So-La and Ti-Do actually have their own little personalities. When you grab your So-La and Ti-Do stuffies, then you'll actually see they're teaching aids. They're also our chat bots. One of the things that we're doing in the master class webinar that's coming up is, it's called The Three Master Keys That You Need to Teach Music Theory More Effectively, Attract More Students Excited to Learn, because you're going to learn all about that, and Increase Your Teaching Income, but not Your Teaching Time. That's what we're going to cover in the master class. It's going to be awesome. I'll be sharing some of my three best pneumonic devices. It's a secret. Can't talk about that now.

Sara: You have to sign up in order to get that. If you want to get that, drop "key" below and we'll get it to you.

Glory: Drop "key" below, absolutely. We're also going to talk a little bit about NLP, what it is and how it changes everything. I'm really excited to share. We're going to also explore learning styles. We'll talk a little bit about that. We're also going to discover the prime environment for learning. Here's a little hint, there's actually five of them. I'll be sharing them as well. I'm excited. I love learning. I love learning and sharing ideas with Sara. She's an amazing coach. I want to thank you so much for hanging out with me today, and Sara.

Sara: Thank you so much for having me. It's been so much fun.

Glory: Yes, it's been great. We've got the AIM. We've got it figured out. We're going to take action. We're going to recap those ideas. Make sure you enter the word "key". We're going to be sharing fantastic things. Also, get registered for the master class. If you are watching the replay, I think we have six times. I've made sure that it's available at a good time for all of our Australia and U.K. people so you don't have to get up at 2:00 in the morning.  Anyway, want to say thank you so much. Anything to close up with Sara?

Sara: No. Thank you so much for watching, guys. This has been fantastic. If you have questions about anything we covered today, make sure that you let us know in the comments. If you enjoyed this and you have friends out there who would think that this is valuable, make sure that they can get a hold of this. Share the love. Make sure that they get invited to this little party. This was really cool today. Thank you, Glory. This was amazing.

Glory: See you next time. Thanks, everybody. Teach with passion.

Sara: Bye.

Glory: Bye.

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