Episode #80: From Burned Out To Unstoppable with Alejandra Marqués Méndez

Apr 20, 2022
Limitless Entrepreneur Podcast Episode 80 From Burned Out To Unstoppable with Alejandra Marqués Méndez

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If you ever feel like you've got a million things on your list and you struggle to prioritize, Productivity and Balance Mentor Alejandra Marqués Méndez is here to help. She helps her clients create the life they desire by using their time as their most precious resource, and is here to share some of her greatest insights with us (and it might not be what you think!)

Often our culture seems to push the hustle, but Alejandra is sharing with us how we can get rid of the go-go-go mindset and create time for the things that matter the most to you while running a successful business.


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Nicole Laino 

Hello, everyone, welcome to the limitless entrepreneur podcast. I'm your host, Nicole Laino. And we're talking about a topic that I think really speaks to pretty much the entire audience of this show. We all know that I refer to myself as a type a hippie. And the type a ran my life for the vast majority of my life. I was I was a go getter I, I really believed in pushing, I had this motto of no one will outwork me, I'll just work harder, I'll work harder, I'll get what I want. I didn't like where I was, I didn't like the the station that I had in life. I wanted more. Okay, how do I get that I go hard, I run hard. And I burned out. And it wasn't until I started to incorporate that the hippie side, which is the energetics, which is the letting go of that. And a lot of that just had to do with unwinding a lot of that type A personality not to let go of who I am. But to stop giving my power away to all the things I had to do. And there's there is this common belief, certainly people I work with run into this all the time, where they think that if they slow down, then business stops. That means if I slow down, then I will make less money. If I slow down, I will get less done. And my guest today is about to disprove all of that. She's going to show you that you literally can have it all. You can have it all you can have balance in your life. without sacrificing your work product without sacrificing your time. You can have a thriving successful business without sacrificing your family and sacrificing your values that you can have it all and you can do this with simple processes and shift making some strategic but simple shifts. So I'm very excited to introduce her to you. Her name is Alejandra Marquez Mendez and she is just she's a beautiful human. So I highly recommend we're gonna tell you how to stay in touch with her at the end of the episode. But I highly recommend you staying in touch with her because she's she's just marvelous. She's written a book. She is She's a former university. So I'm going to give you a little bit of her bio, and I'm going to let her introduce herself. But I'm gonna give you a little bit of her bio and you're probably going to be like oh my god, I this woman obviously knows how to get stuff done. She's a former university current criminal law professor, a project manager turn founder of your plan a that's her company now. She is a productivity and balanced mentor for entrepreneurs and business owners. And her expertise has been featured in Entrepreneur medium authority magazine, thrive global and the list goes on. She's also written a best selling book, from burnout to unstoppable A Guide to Becoming your most productive and balanced self. So Alejandra, welcome to the show. Tell everybody introduce yourself, tell them what I missed in there.

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

Thank you, Nicolew, for having me here. It's such a pleasure. And I totally agree with everything you just say. I mean, for telling you a little bit about more about my background and how I just overcome that burnout, suicide, I was a criminal law professor, project manager. Now I empower driven female entrepreneurs not burning out while wearing all the hats getting rid of distractions, getting rid of procrastination, have more work life balance, and really create time for things that matter the most to them. So my insights on the site has been feature now in over 300 publications. So I'm glad that the words getting spread out there because I truly believe and I have been proving that and my clients are the proof, the living proof of that you can have it all and you can also have this work life balance you always dream for. So I also studying for two degrees at the same time, business management and law while working on two to three part time jobs all the time working on my family restaurants in one of the biggest law firms in Spain, while also learning languages that's one of my passions. So I learned six by now. And I spent a lot of time with my family. That's my biggest motivation, my biggest value always spending quality time with them not only time but quality time. So this is basically what I love teaching like you don't need to dream smaller, you don't need to do less in order for you to have more or more time because you can just start prioritizing things and as you say, implementing systems and doing the things in a way that it serves you that you feel will feel that you feel energized because what normally happens is that we are leaving on the stilgoe mindset society and just feeling like we need to hustle and we need to rush and we just need to work harder as you say at the beginning. And that was me that was absolutely mean that type A go achiever, perfectionist, and I realized that by reframing some concepts that we've been taught, you can absolutely have it all, feel great about it, and still have huge dreams. Like, I seriously have huge, huge dreams. And I'm working less than ever.

 

Nicole Laino 

Well, I want to I want to back up just a little bit cuz I want to recap that she she speaks six languages, she you you were working on two degrees, two to three part time jobs. still spending time with your family, I want to I want to just bring this down to earth a little bit. Because for the for the person who's sitting there just being like, well, this girl, obviously just like is like some sort of superhuman. Did you burn out? Was it easy? That was done? Yes. Yeah. Because I mean, like, let's, let's bring that down to earth a little bit that that, that this process that you've developed came out of necessity, not from a place of, I just get it and you don't? Because I think that that's how sometimes when we give people processes, or we tell people that it can be a certain way, there's this feeling from the receiver feeling like, oh, well, it must have been easy for them. And it's not easy for me. So can you talk to us a little bit about about how you developed this process around around how you how you're able to accomplish so much.

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

Yeah, and absolutely. And thank you for asking that. Because it's really sometimes we feel like first other people, it's just so easy that once you teach something or learn something, it's not, it's not going to feel the same for you. So for me, I absolutely burn out I was as I say, as studying for this two degrees, working three part time jobs, really a lot of pressure on these law firms learning Chinese, which is not an easy language scores. And, and I was that kind of person that always was competing not only to others, but competing with myself, like I needed to graduate top of my class, that was one of the biggest hole goals that I had. And I did from both degrees. So you can imagine all the pressure that I had imposed myself, so I reached burnout, and I could feel it in my shoulders, I I was being drained. Even the time with my family, I started noticing some difference in there. But then when I started implementing more that balance because I knew I was good at time management. Like I really dove deep into all the books that I've read courses I man, how can I say is this self development junkie, I really love learning everything that you're in good company. I love that, I mean, it's the best, it's the best way for us to grow. So I tap into that time management in order for me to do the things that I want it playing around with my calendar time blocking here and there I even use before Google Calendar, I was using an Excel like playing with absolutely everything that I call to see visually, and to keep myself accountable. But then when I start implementing more that balance, taking care of myself implementing more rest, for example, meditating more journaling really started getting more into as you say, this hippie also version of me tapping more into that, I realized that I could absolutely be as productive and even more when I was taking care of myself and having that balance that when I was just going all in after it. So for seeing both sides of the coin and the other picture, when I started implementing more disbalance I was studying for two masters now. And I'm also working on three part time jobs. One of them was the criminal law professor, the other one project manager and building my own business. So at this point, I was doing more. That was for me even more important, but I was spending more time with my family, I was taking more care of myself. So I just want to didn't reach that bornite going. So I've I've lived both. And I know what's possible that I made it through it. And I've seen my clients working through it. So it's not something that it just came easy to me. Absolutely not.

 

Nicole Laino 

So what are the what are the major shifts? Like? Because Because what were the the the thesis here, the the what we're presenting to you is that, that you don't have to be going all the time in order to succeed. But what do you have to do? What are the priorities, if the if the priority right now is somebody who is sitting down maybe they have a limited amount of time because with COVID in the schools and all the things that have happened over the last couple of years. And then things happen kids get sick things happen like all these things, you could get sick now and they have to stay home for two weeks or something you know, all of these things are just crazy where our time isn't our time anymore. So what do you say to somebody who's sitting there saying I only have a limited amount of time I have so much to do. I'm trying to grow. I'm also trying to do all the things that just keep the lights on and, you know, maintaining what I have. How do you create space for growth? How do you where do you start with that process? What are the priorities there?

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

I mean, you're saying the key word in here. And it's priority, because sometimes what we've been thought, or what we normally do is having an endless to do list. So it's all the things that I should be doing today, even if it is 50 things, and you only have this, I don't know, 16 hours a day, because he also wants to sleep. That's one of the biggest things that I really want to make sure everybody understands. You need to sleep. Like, I'm not sleeping less than eight hours per day. And that's has been the way I've done it since I started. Yeah, since I started college, like I never sacrifice sleep, because I know, that's one of the biggest priority in order for me to achieve more during the day. So that's one of the things like not having this endless to do lists and save instead switching it for our priority list. So let's say you truly have to do this 50 things. But you can start playing around with your week and saying, Okay, I can batch the different tasks that are similar and work on them on Monday, then batch another kind of task and doing it on Tuesday. And that way also allow you to get less distracted, not multitasking so much, because every time you switch tasks is a huge waste of time. So for me having very clear what are your priorities and say any for taking good care of my kid, it's one of them. Absolutely, I need to be there, I need to do the things. And then the other thing, if you want to grow, you need to put the time for it. Let's say I love morning routines. It doesn't have to be one hour or waking up at 5am. By doing very small shifts, you can start taking care of yourself in the morning or at night in a way that you're prioritizing yourself. So for me, that's that's the biggest shift you need to start doing. It's not only thinking about how many things can I do in a day? But what are those three, four things that are really going to create that change?

 

Nicole Laino 

How do you look at that? Because I have my own thoughts on the on the making time for yourself meditating, journaling, all of that. What is your take on that? Why should somebody add that into their routine? Why should it be part of what they're doing?

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

Well, basically, because you cannot just give from an empty cup, every time you try to help somebody else every time to try to do something, even if it is for your business, or for your family. Or if you're on a company for for your employer, your whatever it is, you cannot do it if you're not completely full, let's say. So let's imagine you're starting today on a rush, like feeling like, oh, I need to leave or do I need to go there. It's it's almost the time that I need to get into my into my job into my office. And you're already draining yourself just because of that rush because of that high. But when you start your day by really sitting down and say, Okay, what are the things that are truly matters to me? What are those things that I'm grateful for, let me just sit down for five minutes, I'm seriously I am my morning routine, it's less than 20 minutes every single day. And it completely shift your mindset completely shift your mood. And what you really want to start doing is embracing the feeling that you can be good with yourself. Because sometimes we just put everybody else in front of us always or self come to the bottom of the list. And yeah, at the bottom of that endless to do lists, when it should be your number one priority. So spending 1020 minutes, whatever you have in the morning, just start waking up a little bit earlier. And that way by prioritizing yourself, you'll be able to help everybody else and you'll feel great about everything you're doing. Because if not you leave yourself by the end of the day, you never have time for you. And then you feel like now I need to do all over tomorrow. But when you really start implementing that morning routine, even if it is small, you feel good about the startup today, and you have a completely different way of seeing things.

 

Nicole Laino 

Yeah, and I'd like to just kind of illustrate that point. So for you listening, I want you to think about a time where you you knew something was going to happen. Maybe you woke up and you're like, I know that we're leaving for a trip. And you've already envisioned how that trip is going to go and you're super excited about it and you're like oh my god, I know like I'm gonna wear this dress to this dinner and I'm gonna do this and I'm gonna do that it's gonna be so amazing. And you wake up that morning and it's like you float out the door because you're so excited because you're so invested in it because it just it changes the way that you showed up all day that day. You know your flight could be delayed and you're like okay, but it's not going to damage Because I know that it wasn't gonna be like when I get there and it just you're you're able to, you're able to let the the the feeling carry you. Because you had this story already in your mind that it's going to be a great day, it's going to be a great thing. I'm in store for great things, or when you just knew something was going to work. And now look at it the other way, where did you ever see that it didn't, where you've decided it wasn't going to work, where you decided that it wasn't going to be a great day where you've decided that it isn't going to maybe it's the last day of the month, and you're not hitting your numbers. And you're just like, well, I guess it'll just have to be next month. To me, that's that's kind of what you're talking about is by spending time on yourself. And by focusing on what you're grateful for by focusing on you for a moment. It does a number of things. One, you're you're you're giving that to yourself, it's a lovely gift, you're changing your energy, because you're focusing not on what was automatically programmed in your mind of whatever happened yesterday, you continued. And you just allowed it to continue and mess up your next day. You're you're making a choice, you're being intentional about that day about how you're going to show up and who you're going to be that day. Which is more powerful than I think people give credit credit for. And, and the other thing about that is if you just thinking about your subconscious, if you want more clients, if you want to be able to take on more if you want this these big dreams. If you can even make 20 minutes for yourself in the morning, do you really believe that you can make big things happen? It sounds like you're if you can't find 20 minutes, then how are you going to find all the time that it's going to take for you to service all those other clients where how are you going to be able to do that literally, your energy, your container doesn't feel like it can hold that it won't call it in you will sabotage every opportunity you have. And you're gonna wonder why it's not working, you're gonna wonder why all the things you're doing are not working. So I love that that's part of it that you being on your to do list is an important thing. Even in your this is your productivity like you're you're you're a productivity master. That is what you do. And that's it isn't just about doing all the things that are on the to do list. It's you first that's the thing you do every day.

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

Absolutely. Yeah. For me that's that's a non negotiable is something even when I'm traveling and even if it doesn't matter, I What time do I wake up? It's it's at least those 1015 minutes, 20 minutes for myself, because it just fill my cup and he creates everything that you just said. It's the mindset is absolutely everything that you will be attracting when you do you're doing your day.

 

Nicole Laino 

And now the logistics of it, when we're when we're choosing the priorities when we're do you go into that in the book at all that like we're in your process of? How are we choosing the priorities? How are we deciding? What is the thing that gets time? And how much are we breaking up? So I'm breaking up my week, I'm looking at my time that I do have? How am I How am I handling something like a day getting knocked out? Because my kid is home? And now I don't have the time to work that I thought I would. How do you how do you roll with the punches? And I guess that's where your priorities come in. But how are you choosing that? And how are you dealing with things like

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

that? Yeah, well, the first thing is, I always like to plan a week ahead. Let's say I really like to see one week at a time, obviously having the big picture of the month, the three months like I like seeing the whole thing, but focusing on one week at a time. And then if something happens, it starts switching things around. So for example, last week, I was supposed to arrive home last week, but I just extended my trip from two weeks to three weeks. So obviously my schedule change, I needed to adapt, that I needed to adjust. But what normally happen is when I see one week at a time, it allows me to have flexibility and say no, if he's already too booked out. I know it's not possible for me to for example, just make sure if my kids it's not at home, I don't have kids, but just following your example. If my kids home, it's at home, then if I'm already booked out, it's really hard for you to switch things around. What I do when I plan is a star establishing these blank spaces that I own purpose, keeping them in blank. So I can just switch things around and saying okay, people get sick also like it doesn't have to be okay, it's yourself too. So I am very conscious about that. And I just tried to just put everything in a way that I still have plenty of free time for me to play around. And one of the things I always share with my clients it's not Not only think about purchasing according to the deadlines, or the time a task might consume you, but also your energy is really important. It's not the same, putting a priority by the end of the day when you know your energy is not high enough than putting it on your prime time and saying, No, this thing really consumes a lot of my energy, let's make sure I do it when I have the most of it through your morning routine, or after doing something you really love something you enjoy, because that's when you're going to get the best results. So not only thinking about that the deadline?

 

Nicole Laino 

And can you talk about your process of of writing your book, because I think that's an interesting one, that's obviously, that's something that's on a lot of people's, you know, wish list, they want to see, you know, they want to see their ideas in print, they want to put it out there, they want to go through it, I think a lot of people want to go through the process of organizing those thoughts, having their process out there and, and really having that tangible asset. So to go from that to because it's a very creative process. So there's both this business aspect to it. And it's a lot like writing content. But there's such a there's this bigger picture, it can't just be Oh, I had this idea. And I put it out there. It's there's there's this there's this outline that you're sticking to there's this process that you're sticking to, did you write every day, were you was that something to get into and be able to sustain the creative output that you needed to to how long did it take you to write the book? That's a question that I have for you. And then and then what was that process? Like? How did you get it done in the period of time that you did it? How did you approach something like a big task like that?

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

Well, so many questions. And I love that Sorry, sorry. I love that. I love that. I mean, I'm really happy about how everything turned out with my book. And to be honest, it took me three months to write it. And then about two months and a half to publishing it like after editing, formatting and polishing it. So let's say five and a half months to from beginning to an end. And everything started with my mentor, Rebecca Ferro, she has this publishing School, where I I really follow the whole process like she has made over, over 11 bestseller by now. So I was like, okay, you know what you're doing? Let me just grab that knowledge. But the thing is, I don't really wrote every single day, because sometimes you're not that creative. And so for those days that I knew that there was nothing else that will come out what I started doing was revising what I already have gotten. So it was like, Okay, this is the line I'm following. This is what I really want other people to understand. So what's the next step? So I started thinking about that. But every single day, I did something for the book, even if it did not, even if it wasn't the writing itself, and gathering content and seeing what are those things that are what was missing on why I already have put in there. In for me, for example, one of the best advice that I could give anybody who's trying to build their own book to write their own book, first look for someone who knows, as I did, what they're doing, and what are the steps so you can follow an already structured plan, but also get to know yourself. Because for me, I knew that the best time for me to write was in the morning. But the time that I was the most creative was at night. So I always kept my notebook by by my bed. And every time that I get an idea, it was just a brain dump of what I wanted. And then in the morning, I sit down calmly and start writing the ideas on the right order.

 

Nicole Laino 

That's how I am to in the morning I have I have all this this energy, but I'm most creative at night like where it's almost like when my brain knows that it's going to be turning off. It's like, it's like in the impending relaxation that's coming. It's like my brain starts to relax, knowing it's going to relax soon. And like it's really after my kid goes to bed, when I know like, nobody's going to call my name. Well, not guaranteed, but chances are the least amount of time that that's when I can relax. And the weekend. The weekends are big for me. I'm really creative on the weekend because I don't feel like there's not going to be clients. There's not going to be I'm not mice, my family needs me but like if my husband takes my son out for a little while, I can get so much done in the two hours that he takes him to the park. I can get done. Then what would take me all day during the week.

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

And maybe you're on another Mindset. You're on another mode completely. Yeah.

 

Nicole Laino 

It's like I give myself permission like I can turn the phone off. I don't have to look at it. I don't have to be looking at email and don't have to have any of that open, there's nothing is happening. And it's such an it just shows that it's it is the relaxation that allows the creativity to come through. It's getting in that relaxed state. That is the most important thing if that's that's the that's the primer, that's the foreplay for creative work is to get yourself into into a relaxed calm state where your brain is like, Okay, now we can play in the, in the squishy or space in the things like we don't have to think about getting anything done. No emergencies coming. How can we create that? How can we create that feeling of safety? The other thing that I wanted to ask you, I'm going to keep using the book as an example, just because it's such a big project. It's such a big undertaking, and it's both creative, and has real strategic elements to it. So there's kind of that left brain right brain coming together for something like that. That do you protect your time around it? Did you make sure that there was time before where you were giving yourself that time to relax? Are you doing that kind of after your morning routine was when you gave yourself that time to write is that?

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

Yeah, absolutely. I mean, it was blocking not only the time that I will spend writing, but as you say, putting myself into the mood after my morning routine. After just not paying attention to anything else. It was really that time blocked. And not only for the preparation for the writing, but also then how I felt about that, really start thinking about is this what I want to put out there, is it going to our next book or because you're not really on charge, like in charge of everything that comes to your mind. So you're not driving that that car, let's say, because I got a lot of ideas that I didn't want it to put on this book, for example. So I got creative, but it was not for this time. So I needed to make sure not to overwhelm people by writing. So I took myself that time, at the end of the writing of saying, okay, is this for this? Or is it for another time. And that way, you also allow yourself that that time for revising. And this also works when you're planning your day, your week, always revising, and making sure it still makes sense for you to do that thing, it's one of the best things that you can do. Not only just following a plan, because you made it the last night, the night before, but actually waking up and saying, 'Does this still make sense for me? Is it still aligned with what I'm doing, with what I'm building?' So the same happened with

 

Nicole Laino 

a book? Yeah, and just just on that, on that point that planning the night before checking in with it in the morning? Does this still feel right? For me? It doesn't make that that night before process less effective. Because the whole point, at least for me, and tell me if you think differently about it, but it's getting those thoughts out of my head. So I can go to bed that night, not thinking about what am I going to do tomorrow? Like that's done? I have just I have just stopped that circling train in my head of thought of what am I going to do more? What is it going to be as am I going to do this? How am I going to write that? Am I gonna know i I've decided what I am doing and what I'm not doing? I've put that down and we allow our brains to relax them. And again, that should be like it think that that's kind of the the invisible priority always is to kind of create that relaxed state in ourselves and what I keep hearing from you. What I keep getting, is this, this feeling of like there's there's always this slowing down. There's always this slowing down, there's always this like, Okay, now we're gonna we're gonna dive in. But first, let's is this right? Is this still that let me make sure I'm not overwhelming people. Let me take a moment to kind of come back and come back to that higher level view that bird's eye view, and then come down into the detail rather than just detail detail detail, detail detail, which that seems like kind of the whole theme of getting out of that go go go in order to produce more. Yeah, I

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

mean, for the global goal, you always want to do it all and do it perfectly and just keep doing more and more and more. And as you say pay attention to every single detail. When I say I have this big goal in mind and I plan it monthly, quarterly yearly. But then go back down into a week because that way it's more handable like you can absolutely work easier on a week that on the big picture. It's not getting lost on absolutely everything you need to do and absolutely everything. That's that's outside so for me just stop slowing down and having breaks. It's really really important because people feel like if they Take a break, it's a waste of time. It's something that I know if I'm not producing, if I'm not doing this, then I'm wasting my time. And it's completely the opposite. Because how many times have you work eight hours straight, and you're like, I can do absolutely anything by the fourth hour, like not even at the eight hour, but other fourth hour. So our brains need a break or body needs to break, we are spending so much time sitting down that it's just a matter of stretching out going for a walk, drink water, like I have my glasses here. Every time that I can, I'm drinking some water. And it's that resting, those breaks that will allow you to keep doing things in a more focused way. If you're just on the gogogo, you never stop to think if what you're doing makes sense, if what you're doing, it's not making any sense anymore, or just taking the time to feel how you're feeling. Because that's that's very important. So for example, one of the things I always do when I'm getting into a call, obviously, it's not booking out myself, I have at least 15 minutes in between calls. But after having that break, I know I want to give 100% On the next call. So I play a really great song and I'm like, Okay, now I'm in the mood. Let me get into it. It's always recharging your energy is always recharging yourself after that break. Because it's it's needed. Our body needs it, we our brain needs it. And and once you start seeing the results is like okay, I was wasting a lot of time by not taking breaks. Yeah, well, it's

 

Nicole Laino 

leaking energy, you're leaking energy into something that into into the doing and you're you're not thinking it's almost like feeling like anybody could show up to work that day. But no, we want to show up as our best selves, not because that sounds good. But because that's how you get the best output? Like, would you rather have something done right? Or do you want to come back to it 34567 times, because you, you didn't get there. You didn't You didn't make it. Like if you can go to the gym and everydays leg day, it's you're going to be you're going to be burned out, you're going to like you're going to be disproportion do you're not going to be you're losing the big picture. And you're not healthier for it. So it's it's having this well rounded perspective and having a plan, having a strategy around it, make sure that you're only working on the things that matter and not pushing energy into something just because someone told you that you should. Just because if that's what everybody else is doing. It's no is this right for me? Is this in alignment with our goals?

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

Yeah, no, absolutely. One of the things that I really have to switch in my mind that one of the biggest mindset shift that I had, is redefining what success meant for me what success looked like, or what is good enough look like. And if I'm doing my best. So one of the things I always say is, your best will look like will look different every single time every single day, it will look different. And that's okay. We're human beings. We're not computers and even computers doesn't work the same way every single day. So just try to do your best, knowing that it's not going to be the same every single day.

 

Nicole Laino 

For sure, for short. No, and I love this conversation. I love everything that you shared your whole way about you like you give this vibe off of like it's possible. It is it is because it's there's a very, super ambitious goals and vision with very practical applications, which is kind of the name of the game on the show. So I thank you for sharing all of this with everybody. I thank you for coming on the show. And tell everybody where they can stay in touch with you. Where can they learn more about you? Where can they get your book? Tell? Tell everybody all the things? Yeah, no, absolutely.

 

Alejandra Marques Mendez 

First of all, thank you for having me here. It was really a pleasure. I hope everybody listening has enjoyed us as much as I did. And you can absolutely reach out to me on Facebook groups. I have a Facebook group so you can go in there productivity and balance for female entrepreneurs. And also you can find my book everywhere in Amazon. So it's worthwhile. It doesn't matter where you are, you can find it. It's from burnout to unstoppable A Guide to Becoming your most productive and balanced self. And if you want to say hi, like you can drop me a message on Instagram and saying, Hey, I got the book or I listened to the episode. I really love connecting with like minded entrepreneurs and business owners, and especially female entrepreneurs like it's really that what I'm passionate about and I just can't wait to say hi to all of you.

 

Nicole Laino 

Yeah, it's definitely a club that I am. I'm proud to be a part of. Yeah, and if you listen to this episode, if you buy her book, please snap a little snapshot of it. Put it up in your Stories tag Alejandra and myself, and we will certainly share it around with our group and our our community. So thank you so much, Alejandro, thank you for this conversation. Thank you, for the listener who's here till the end. Thank you for being part of this conversation for being here with us for your energy for your support for always supporting the show. We appreciate you. And remember, you are only limited by the limitations that you accept. And when you stop accepting those limitations. That is when you become limitless. So go out there and be limitless everyone. I will see you on the next episode.

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