Special Guest Expert - Lauren Powers

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Brigitta Hoeferle:
Here's the big question. How is it that most entrepreneurs hustle and are always busy and struggle to take just one step forward, only to fall two steps back their dedicated, determined and driven, but only a few finally break through and win. This show uncovers those quantum leap patterns of highly successful people so you can simply model what they do and apply to your future success. That's the question. And the answers are right here. My name is Brigitta Hoeferle and this is the Success Patterns Show. And welcome to the Success Pattern Show. My name is Brigitta Hoeferle. I am here with you today on this beautiful Tuesday. I am the CEO of the Center of NLP and the founder of the Success Pattern Movement. And boy, oh boy, are you in for a treat to day? The quality of your success starts with your attitude towards success. I'm going to say that again. The quality of your success starts with your attitude towards it and success you want to put an air quotation mark is an interesting thing because it shapes its meaning within each individual success seeker, if you will. It's not limited to business or personal life. I would even say, and this is what I teach all success in your personal life will bleed over into your business life and vice versa if you're doing it right. Success is modeled in patterns, in strategies and in behavior. And with this show, the success pattern show, we're decoding these patterns, strategies, behaviors that led to the success of our guest experts. So you, in return, can then encode your success today. That's how easy it is. I mean, it sounds pretty simple, right? If everyone would do it, I would be amazing. So we're going to give you how to model success because they're grand masters at work. And when I say that we have a show today, I mean we have a show today. We have a powerhouse. And you're like, you're a powerhouse. No, you have no idea, you guys. You have literally no idea. And I'm about to introduce this person, this woman. She's absolutely incredible. I met her many years ago. I'm going to share some pictures with you guys later or we're going to share some pictures.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
She is a not once or twice. She's a ten time heavyweight bodybuilding champion. She's an international bestseller selling author. She's an entrepreneur. She's a teacher. She's a mentor. She's an advocate for individual achievement and excellence. That's what she stands for. She recently received an award as an international speaker in cinema media from the Women in Excellence, Women of Excellence. She has always been representing the underdog and is a passionate spokesperson for people who are different and live the motto It's the heart that makes it good because if it were easy, everyone would do it. So we're going to make it simple for you guys. I want to welcome in. If you're somewhere where you can stand up, I really want you to stand up on your feet. Help me welcome this Lauren Powers. Lauren, it's so good to have you here. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for being here.

Lauren Powers:
That was quite an intro. My goodness. I'm getting ready to stand up.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
I applaud you. Yay.

Lauren Powers:
That's me. Okay, that's you. You're so. Awesome. What a great show you have going on here. I'm very excited for you. This is amazing and thank you for the opportunity to be part of it.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Yeah. Thank you for being here. Thank you for being here.

Lauren Powers:
Actually, 10 minutes ago, friends do, right? We're going live and I'm like, I'm your girl. Let's go. That's how we do it. What are we doing? Yeah, it doesn't matter.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
How long ago did we mean? It's been a few years.

Lauren Powers:
Yeah, we met at Bank when you were the Ra Ra getting the dance group up front. I've ever just jumping in there. I'm like, this girl is amazing and I just loved your energy. So you and I, of course, connected immediately and, you know, did our photos. And and then I got to see you again and then again. And that was probably, I don't know, five years ago. Maybe, maybe more. I don't know. Things. Time is just so crazy right now.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Time time's an interesting.

Lauren Powers:
Right. Just reach out to me and go, Hey, let's do this. I'm like, okay, that's the thing. I think that's what leads to success. And one of your patterns is you say yes and then you figure it out later.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Hi, girl. Right here. My girl right here.

Lauren Powers:
Yes. That's been one of my secret sauce, you know. Behind the scenes, if you will. I just say yes to everything, like, can you do this? I'm like, yes. And then they're like, Oh, my gosh. What was it? But you know what? It always works out. We get. It. It always works out. And I think that because of that attitude you mentioned in the front of your show, it's always about the attitude going into some of these things that you're just like. Yeah, I can do it, I can do. Anything. I'm Wonder Woman, right? That's been my life story. I, I can do anything. I've done everything. I don't people like. It's a lot easier to ask you what you haven't done than to ask you what you've done is kind of, I want to get out of these interviews. It's so funny. They're like. You've done? What? What? Just like, oh, yeah, I've done. This and this and this because it's called living life. Just living life to the max and saying yes and being that positive attitude and just going all in with tons of motivation and and just know that you can do it and you can I believe anybody can do anything if they want to. Right. You know what?

Brigitta Hoeferle:
We could stop right here, right now. And people would have a ton of information. Right. And we haven't even started yet. Like, I love the richness that you bring and the motto of, you know, yeah, I'm going to say yes. The answer is always yes. Now what's the question? You know, what are we going to do it? How are we going to do it? Doesn't really matter. We're going to do it right.

Lauren Powers:
We've always figure it out.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
We always figure it out. And you know what the beautiful thing is between you and I, we are resourceful. We have we if we don't know something or we don't have something, we know who we can ask.

Lauren Powers:
Correct. That's a big deal. That's right. It's called building relationships. That's why it's so important. Like you and I have a relationship, right? I haven't seen you in years, but it doesn't matter. You text me in 5 minutes, say come on my show and find out. I'm like, I'm there, I'm your girl. Because we built that connection and that deep relationship immediately. And we just we don't have to talk every day. We just pick up and go because we've got each other's back. And I think that's the key to women's empowerment. And that whole connection is so important. So you never know who you're going to meet. You never judge anybody up front. Never like that is such a big no, no. I wrote a whole chapter about it in my book. Never judge a book. By its cover, but you can judge this book by this cover because this book this book went number one in 11. Countries we it 11 I'm so proud of it in. 98 categories.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Is a huge accomplishment.

Lauren Powers:
Yeah. Thanks, baby girl. Mami, our. Mutual friend, she's the one that talked me into writing a book. She's like, Lauren, you're. You have so much in there you have to share with the world to empower other women. You've done all these amazing things, but nobody knows about it. Get your book. And so she stayed on me. And here it is. And it's it's still going strong. I'd love to gift your your listeners, your audience a free copy.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Okay. We're going to come back to that at the end so people can write us. Probably we need to figure out how they can get how they can get one. But this is amazing. And that's the kind of that's the kind of person you are, Lauren. You don't you don't overthink it. You just go do it. I mean, it's your personality type, too. Is that what got you? You know? Oh, my gosh. I could start in so many different places. Never judge a book by its cover. Let's start there like people see you. Like people see you. Come on, show your guns. Show your guns.

Lauren Powers:
They're small now, but I've I've taken a. Break from training. And like you said, I was ten time champion, so I was probably three times the size. So I used to walk around with 15 inch biceps and talk about judgment. You know, the general public I talk about that also in my book that they can be really cruel. But until they, you know, they get to know me or I open my mouth, people always apologize to me, which is interesting because they're like, oh, my gosh, you're so sweet. And, you know, I thought you were this. Mean, bad. Ass chick, which of course I am. But about me, I'm nice and sweet. And I'll talk to everybody. And that's that's the difference. I've been in many leadership programs and and I've done some deep dive work with this. And I'll tell you, people have really acknowledged that judgment. And I think I've taught a lot of people that lesson. And not to book or not to judge people by how they look, but to get to know their heart. And I think that is the key. And so I've been told I wear my heart on my sleeve and basically marshmallow and don't tell anyone.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
This is streamed on 30 different channels. But don't tell anyone.

Lauren Powers:
We don't tell anyone that. Yeah, Lord Powers is just a little tender cupcake. My mom calls me her teacup. To say hang out with another pro bodybuilder. We toured all over the world and she's like, How are my little teacups? We're like, these giant, powerhouse women. Yeah, you know, I've been through all that, but it taught me a lot of lessons and I love sharing that part that because you never know somebody's background or their journey. And I feel once you know that, then, you know, you take the time to at least get to know somebody before you make this stereotype judgment about them. And it's just really key because you never know who you're talking to seriously. You never know. And I've been in the Hollywood world and all that, and you never know who the producers are. They're directors. You'd be in an elevator. And if you're in a bad mood or you're doing, you know, acting like a jerk, and then you're on set with somebody and they're the director, you just blew it. You know what I mean? You just never know. So I just think that's key. And I really like people to know that. And it's not easy. These things that you and I talk about and have done are not easy things. They do take work and you have to apply yourself to all of these and be conscious of it and work at it, you know, and make things sound easy. And I know you do too. When I first met you, I was just like, Wow, I was just so mesmerized by your energy and how you led the whole room and you got you connect with everybody. And I just thought that was awesome. You took control and I looked up to you when I first met you, I was just like, Wow, this is amazing. I wasn't even really a speaker then. And you were one of my inspirations, to be honest with you. Yeah, I've never told you that. But I know I told Mami that. That I just thought you were so. Awesome. And I guess it's the NLP and all the things you teach, which I didn't even know about that at the time. I'm, like, mesmerized by your power.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
They're fangirling here from both sides. Okay, so everyone's watching. Just learn how to fangirl. Okay. That's what we're doing here.

Lauren Powers:
I speak very authentically, and this isn't scripted. You didn't have questions. We didn't talk about this or I mean, none of that. And I run my shows the same way. And that's why I would feel very comfortable getting on here, because I feel when you just speak from the heart, whatever the message is supposed to come comes out to whatever people are supposed to hear. That's what that's what you're going to say. And just be authentic and and transparent. And there's nothing better than that, I think rehearsed, scripted, even speeches and speaking events, you're like, What are you going to say? Lord, I'm the I'm. The keynote speaker. I'm like, I don't know.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
It's out of my mouth.

Lauren Powers:
Yeah, but it's less stress because you don't have to memorize this speech. However, I did do that once. I did do a Sue talk. I don't know if you know what that one is. It's like the female version of a TED Talk. And again, talk about saying, yes, the CEO calls me at the last minute. She's like, Lauren, somebody dropped out. If anybody can fill this position, it's you. What? You do it. And back to my original statement. What did I say? Yes, of course I'll do it. Can I just tell you? I had no idea what I was getting myself into. It was the most insane, stressful pressure. Thing that I had to do because I didn't get the coaching that everybody else did. I had like eight days to give this memorized word for word, ten minute speech, which is not my jam. That's not my style. Yeah. And so you had to write it. They gave me a speech, coach, but you had to have exact words. How many words? Within the minutes you can't go over a second like it was so crazy and then have you heart. It was very stressful. And besides, not only that, and the time they gave me to do it, I was booked out with all these other, you know, events. I was speaking, I was I am seeing an entire fitness event. Like the day before. Like crazy. And just to get on a zoom call to get approved of my speech, because there was a whole board that had approved every single word. Now it was like crazy. I had to get up and do it on Zoom during COVID. I'm like, This is just nuts. And I'll tell you, just be really transparent, which I've never done this before. I was up there and literally we get you can probably relate to this the pressure I blacked out I literally didn't even know my name. It was the weirdest feeling ever. And I was like, I didn't know what to do. Right? There's the cameras. People are paid to be there. It was a big fancy dinner there online. They paid to be watching virtual. It was like this huge thing. And I'm standing up there ever staring at me. And I apparently they said I just put my hand in my my head in my hands and just said this was such an emotional moment for me that I reliving this. And at that moment, I guess everybody connected with me. They knew it wasn't rehearsed. I got caught up in my mind where I was at in my speech, finished stronger than ever. And people like they loved my speech more than anybody.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
And was it the same speech that you rehearsed?

Lauren Powers:
Yes, but I forgot. I blacked out. But what they said it was post COVID because I had COVID really bad last summer. And I guess the brain and the pressure, I just literally blacked out and my whole speech was like. Never giving up. And I wanted to walk off the stage. I just like what it was. I didn't know what to do. And I run up the table like, I can't do that because my old topic never, never been up, right? And so I'm like, Well, that's not an option. So I just had this heartfelt moment and all these people came up to me after I thought I blew it because they put so much pressure on me. It's like. You're not ready, you can't do this. And then it was just really intense, but it ended up being very positive. I interviewed all the coaches and the founder and the CEO like the whole thing afterwards and they all gave me. So it worked out really, really well. But again, I said yes, even though it was really intense. And, you know, I had a blackout moment, which I've never done ever.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
It was awesome seeing so many. I see so many things that can be in balance or that are not just can be. They are in balance for you. You know, on the outside, the cover of The Book of You is very strong and almost hard. Right. There you go. Like like bad badass. I can say that I think I don't know. My producer will tell me if I can say it or not. And and when you open up and when we when I get to know you, it's it's immediate, you know, the beauty and the kindness and the heart centeredness and the everything just oozes out of you, right? It's. And it's the same again. There's that balance of when we are. I'm trying to memorize something like a speech or whatever we're delivering. We're so in our head and then we're not in our heart. I feel like you have that beautiful balance in so many areas.

Lauren Powers:
Thank you. God's gifts, baby from God. Literally at the end of my speech, I just want to give all your glory to God like that. Everybody went crazy. It was really open. It's on YouTube. It's on my YouTube channel. It's on their YouTube channel. It was like I said, it's that back to that say yes. They. Figure it out. That was a big test, but nobody died.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
And I think I know the answer, but the question is, when does Lauren get weak? Does Lauren have a weakness?

Lauren Powers:
Well, that I would consider that was a moment where I wasn't 2,000% like I normally am, just that moment. But I like staying humble and I think being humble is the key to success as well. You talk about success patterns and all that. When you start getting full of yourself, that's when I think things people can feel, that is, is my experience because I know I can feel when other people are like that and I don't choose to be around those kind of people. I have a lot of successful friends and very powerful people in my world, but who I choose to to spend my time with are people that they're successful, but they don't brag about it. I mean, we love to talk about our accomplishments and all that because it's to be inspiring and empowering to other women not to boast about it. And I think that's that's that balance that you talk about. Very important to be grateful, live and gratitude and be humble no matter what you where you are in this journey of life.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
I think I agree with you. And that's that's what I appreciate about you. How do you get that? Like, do you work on it? Do you have it? Have you always had it? Can you share with others how they can get it? Because I know a few people that actually really need that. And a little pinch of humbleness.

Lauren Powers:
Yeah, well.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Right. Emily.

Lauren Powers:
Yes, I think it's a choice, like you said, the attitude you can choose to be a jerk or you can choose to be kind and sweet. I mean, we really it's that internal attitude and really coming from the heart. And I think once you tap into that and the power of that, you're on your way. You really are. But it does it takes it takes effort. All the stuff like like I said earlier, these things don't just come natural. They did. Everybody would be amazing. Right. But it's not the case. So I think it's a choice. And who you choose to surround yourself with, who you choose as your mentors, who you choose as your friends, who you choose to worship, who you choose, how you want to do with your life and your time and what's your purpose and what your passion and putting it all together takes, you know, takes years of work to do this. We didn't just wake up like this, you know what I mean? Like, I've been to your courses.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
These didn't come just overnight.

Lauren Powers:
Well, I know people ask me that all the time. How could I get that? Or if I work out with you, I might not look that. Big on my sweetheart. Never. Not in this lifetime. Don't worry. Your pretty little head. I know people are so funny. They just are. You just have to laugh again. That's just being humble and. And being joyful, I think. Choosing to be joyful rather than stressed out and all these things that can come with life, you know? I mean, you.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Have a lot you you have a lot going on. I mean, you you clearly work out still. You might not work out as.

Lauren Powers:
Much, like I don't know.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Yeah. I mean, how much did you use to work out like.

Lauren Powers:
Well, I used to. I used to work out. No, no, no, no. Again, those are my TV shows. That's all for sensationalism. Don't always believe the reality TV. I've been on enough of them. No. Yeah, I've been on my life story has been on probably nine networks now. I'm still going. Wow. Tlc, I'm really proud to announce it hasn't aired yet, but it will be coming out. I got a call three months ago, something like that from the casting of TLC, the network. And they said you were on a show 12 years ago, but they want to do a story on where are they now? So the whole crew flew from New York. I had like five cameras here. It was a crazy 13 hour shoot. It was nuts. On where they are now. And I got to talk about my faith, which I'm very proud of. So the show 12 years ago was my strange addiction. It was a big popular show on TLC and it was crazy. People were doing the craziest things you've ever seen in your life. Mine was addicted to fitness and bodybuilding, right? Not really an addiction, but it made good TV. So they had me on the show and it was fun and it was a whole story back then. But when they came back, it was all about my faith and how I live my life today and some of the changes. And it was really it was really neat. It's going to be very powerful. I was crying when I talk about my faith and it was very talk about humble and very authentic and. Transparent. If I could help it. They put these cameras in your face. And I'm sitting there in the chair and it was like, Oh my gosh, they were asking the most heartfelt questions. It was intense. But it's I'm hopefully it will impact a lot of the viewers that see it and realize that how important today is in our times to have some sort of faith, whatever it is, I choose Jesus and God, but whoever it doesn't even matter, just be on that path. Because life is crazy right now. I never thought we'd lived during these times, to be honest with you. But it is. It's here and I'm really strong with my faith. So that's where I'm at now. And TLC, it's coming out probably, I think October, November, something like that. It'll be at the top of the season. You'll you'll hear about. It's a big, big show.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Yeah. I mean, I'm I follow you you follow me on on all of the social media and for the ones at home, follow Lauren write follow along powers and stay tuned about the book at the end. And yet again there is what is it called beneath the muscle.

Lauren Powers:
Beneath the. Muscle dot com. It's just the website. They can go there and get a digital free copy right there or I can send them an autographed copy. They just pay for the shipping and copy. Yeah. Hello. You haven't gotten one yet?

Brigitta Hoeferle:
No. Hello. Was mine?

Lauren Powers:
Yes, girlfriend. I know we need to connect in person. That a lot of. Celebrities I've got to work with and some of my fan favorite shots. I'm very proud.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Of. You have celebrities you've worked with. Hold on. Oh, yeah. Look at this. Tell us about this one.

Lauren Powers:
That. Talk about manifesting and the the law of intention. I literally was I tell the story when I'm speaking about how powerful your words are and your thoughts. World of Dance, which is a big dance show with Jennifer Lopez. She's the executive producer and the head judge and Derek Hough, they're all on there. I go in my living room. I'm like, I need I want to work with J.Lo. I've had that opportunity. People don't know this. And I'm not bragging, but it's just facts that I worked with Lady Gaga and a big, big epic video. I've worked with Katy Perry, I've worked with Iggy Azalea, I've worked with Jennifer Hudson, Nick Jonas, just to name a few. Justin Bieber was one of my latest, actually. Kacey Musgraves is my very latest country Grammy Award winner as a principle in her ten day document. Anyways, big stuff. But J.Lo, I'm like, I love J.Lo. She's so amazing. She's so awesome. My cell phone goes off literally as I said the words, forget it. No, I'm like J.Lo. So are you available for a music video? Didn't think anything of it. I just wrote you again. Yes. No idea. I've no idea what it was from. It was it from my agent? It's usually you have to you have to get an audition. The then you have to go get a callback and you have to go for a fitting. You have to be on a veil. Like this is a big process when you work on these projects. This was just a random text from a 3 to 3 number, which is Los Angeles.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Couldn't be that big of a fitting.

Lauren Powers:
Yeah, it was nothing. It was. Yeah, right. Well. So the next day I get another text. They mount you for two days. I'm like, What did I say again? Yes, no problem. And then it comes out. They they just gave me an address. There was no who it was, what it was, nothing. I didn't know anything about it. I just went in blind faith off a text message. No agent, no name, nothing. Just a cell phone number is the weirdest thing ever. But I. My big Escalade with my picture all on the side and very branded role up to Hollywood, to the studios. And the guy comes out of the security hut and he's like, Good morning, ma'am. Are you here for the Jennifer Lopez music video? And I'm like, Yes, I. Am. Yes. Yeah, that's there it is. So there's me sitting in the thing. And there she is dancing. It was fabulous working with her. I was the only one that got a picture with her as well. There was all these models. They ran off and I just like went in for the kill because the director wanted me to wear that string bikini. And I'm like, Why.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Don't I just have pizza and ice cream last night? Are you crazy? I didn't know that.

Lauren Powers:
Big music video. You never told me. Nobody told me anything. I just came here and she's like, Please, please, please wear this, wear this. And I'm like, Oh, my gosh. And I don't know what I did in my body by manifest it to look the way it did, which was amazing.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
I mean, I mean, look at her. You guys look at her. She looks phenomenal.

Lauren Powers:
Well, that. Off and in those heels, I had to walk up the step thing and that was a mere platform. No direction from anybody. It was this huge of course J-Lo big set or is white everywhere the white carousel that's that was like it was massive massive thing. Everybody's in white, the whole thing. Quarter. I wasn't even supposed to be in that scene, but then I went back to the director because I hadn't seen J.Lo yet. We filmed early. I did the bodybuilding thing and there was a fire eater and a contortionist and two headed thing that was just great during her song. Right. And all the models were getting ready. I'm like, I want to be on the carousel. I tell the director, I kind of befriended her, right? Because again, you just never know you relationships. Yes. I thought she was the makeup girl. Her and I were sharing. Nail polish and all this. She's getting her makeup done next to me. Yeah, I had no idea. No idea? She was the director until she asked me to wear that thing. Then I thought she was wardrobe. No, she was the head girl, so you know what I mean? Again, I didn't. Judge. Made friends with her. And then when I asked her if I could be in this scene, which she say, yes, yes. And I got to go get dressed, go back to wardrobe. I got in that character, got those fancy boots, and then I got to meet J.Lo and work with her. So there you go. You've got to ask. That's another key to success. These patterns you have to ask. You show up, you say yes and you ask for what you want. These for me, that is my background and my success. And I didn't.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Ask. It's not just saying yes, it's also asking.

Lauren Powers:
You have to ask. That's right. You have to not be afraid to ask what's the worst thing that can happen? They just say. No. But I don't never even hear no. I just keep asking. It's like, Oh. I take Noah's case and they want to know more. You know?

Brigitta Hoeferle:
I love that. I love that more about Tell me more about you being an advocate for the underdogs. Do you grow up as an underdog? Where did where does that come from?

Lauren Powers:
Well, yes, because I've always been that way. Yeah. I've been bullied. I've been made fun of I've been discriminated against. I obviously, like we talk about me being judged pretty harshly for being a bodybuilder for the years I've traveled all over the world and people don't understand. They just see it, you know, a woman walking around like that, you can imagine the comments I've gotten, but instead of letting that hurt me, I let that feel me. And I talked about it in a lot of interviews like this, especially on national TV. I talked about my naysayers and my haters and and all these negative people that when they do that to me, it doesn't hurt me. It feels me. And I'll tell you what the secret to that is. It's dissipated. I don't hear those comments anymore. No one comes at me. I don't see the negative talks or comments on social media like all of that stuff. It's because they can't hurt me. Their intention was to tear you down. That's what naysayers do, you know what I mean? And I don't understand that it's so crazy. I don't have a vindictive, malicious bone in my body. So it's really hard for me to understand that mindset. And I don't want to. I just know it's there now because the bigger, more success I've had, the more people come at me. It's just part of the game. But if you embrace it and acknowledge it. They can't hurt you anymore. It's really weird how that works, but it's living proof of it.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Would you? I mean, over the years, you've gotten really good at conditioning, right? Condition your muscle, your condition your. You know how conditioning works of of your of your physical self. And you've also learned how conditioning of your mind works. And I love that. And again, here's that balance again in Laurent, because, you know, when I go to the gym and I work out and with the personal trainer, he's got great he's got great skills and success patterns when it comes to conditioning the body, not necessarily conditioning the mind. So I often find people who have one or the other finding them have both. That's beautiful. I don't I don't have the guns, but I'd like to say I do have that and I don't have the guns, but I like to conditional to to physically condition myself as well.

Lauren Powers:
Yes, it's. Important. It's really important. Everything I believe, you know, I talk a lot about when I coach women, whether it's, you know, in branding or their business or their body, it's all starts with mindset. And you know this more than anybody, it all starts with the mind and you have to want to. I had this sign. It just popped out at me. Believe you have to believe in yourself. I got this at I was at the big screening of the show of my favorite show, Ted Lasso. I love that show. Isn't that the best show on TV? I love that show. Yeah, I was there last night. I met all the cast. I met the whole cast. Oh.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
That's the cast calling you. You're going to be on their next show.

Lauren Powers:
I know that happens. Where to go. I lost you here.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
I'm right here. Just follow the voice.

Lauren Powers:
There you go. Stop. Yeah, it actually is my agent. That is so funny. You see. The power of intention.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
That's manifesting all of that.

Lauren Powers:
This was absolutely fabulous. It was the most amazing.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Stop it. He really needs to get in touch with you.

Lauren Powers:
I have. It on. On a. Silent.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
He really wants to get in touch with you. You know what? We're going to. I'm going to share this one with everyone.

Lauren Powers:
That's fun. We're in Las Vegas.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
That was in Vegas? Yeah, I'm telling you, he's got something for you. And that was Vegas to. I don't know what. What face. I'm aching, but we're having fun.

Lauren Powers:
Oh, that's funny. And there you are. You're the speaker that was at. Yeah, that was that bank. You're so funny. I love it.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
That was that was probably at a different time. But, yeah, this is this is absolutely incredible. So let me find where I can. There we go.

Lauren Powers:
So that was that we were talking about. You got to believe in yourself if you're the underdog that you can achieve whatever you set your mind to. And I know it sounds cliche, but it's the truth. That's quite true. I don't. Understand. I have my phone on silent how they're getting through. That is the craziest thing.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
That your your agent must get in touch with you. I can't wait to have you on again and actually ask you what came out of that conversation. Because something's great coming out of it.

Lauren Powers:
I think. I know. I think I've got. I'm going. To. I. Oh, okay. They're getting they're putting me in a new movie. I auditioned for something of a role. I even forgot about it, because that's the thing. I'm not attached to the results. That's another nugget. Write that down. People do not be attached to results because you never know. And so here she reached out to my agent saying, well, the production cut that role, but we want to use Lauren for another role. And I even forgot what it was about. What it was. And there was.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Having goals, but being unattached. Another great balance.

Lauren Powers:
Yes, being not do the work, show up, give it your all and not be worried about the outcome. And and don't take it as rejection. Say, I just forget I've been doing this for a long time, though. Again, not easy, but doable because I don't care. And I've gotten cast in things months and months later that they from a director's role, they call it from the taping, somebody else will see it and then they'll put me in something else. So you just never know. You just never know. And all you can do is show up, give it your best, do what you do, and then don't worry about it. Whatever happens is supposed to happen. It's in God's hands. After that, it's like, there you go, it's not a big deal.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
And then be unattached, said Goldie. Unattached.

Lauren Powers:
Yeah, yeah, yeah. We'll be out of touch the results. Right. But you've got to follow through. That's that's another key. You can't just throw things in there. You have to be diligent. You have to be organized. You have to keep all the balls in the air and then catch what ones work. And I talk about how these steps. So you guys what I've been talking about, it's all in the book. Each chapter, it's broken down. And there's a workbook after each chapter where you read what I talk about, but how it applies to you and your life. So it's not just me going blah blah blah about my story. It's all how I can empower and motivate and inspire you to do the work for yourself and for your life.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
So, you know, beneath the muscle is where you get the book, right?

Lauren Powers:
Right. They can just go right to the website.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
But Russell.

Lauren Powers:
Yeah. There you go. Good job.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
How do people get in touch with.

Lauren Powers:
Yeah. Lauren Powers. I'm pretty simple. I've got all the information there, all my things. And I do a show like you do to the power of. To have you on my show because I use streaming art as well. And have the same bells and whistles. And my production crew put up photos and websites and it's all about promoting you. So again, it's, it's my show, but I always highlight my guest. It's always about how they can impact the world and it's just using my platform. So. Yeah, I know. See? Of course. I love it. We roll.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
It's. It's reciprocity, right? It's. It's that's. That's who we are. And that's what we do. Guys, Lauren Powers dot com and beneath the muscle dot com. You've got to go. Got to first of all, write them both down and then go and actually go download it and go through the workbook. And I'm going to have my, my, my signed book. I'll probably come pick it up. I'll probably come pick it up.

Lauren Powers:
Yes, come visit me.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
I'll come visit.

Lauren Powers:
You over there. Anyway, when you come in. You.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Pretty soon because we have friends that have lived in Atlanta. They moved over to Orange County. They're in Italy right now. But when they're back, we're coming to Orange County.

Lauren Powers:
Right on. That means we get to. Lauren Avio. Your personal copy girlfriend. It's a date. I can't.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
Wait. I can't wait to give you a hug. Guys, follow Lauren Powers. She's amazing. She stands for everyone. She's the kindest, most kindhearted person I've ever met. Thank you, Lauren, for being here. And I can't wait to see you on the screen and hear what else is coming out of all of those great phone calls.

Lauren Powers:
So all my YouTube. Channel has a lot of my work too, if you want to look at Lauren.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
So Lauren Powers YouTube channel your channel.

Lauren Powers:
Yeah, it's real. Just put search my name. It comes. Up. It's followed up on Instagram. Lauren. It's easy. Yes. Thank you for having me. This has been a lot of fun. I'm totally enjoying. Yeah, back. To you, too.

Brigitta Hoeferle:
I send you big hugs and guys tune in again next week, same time, same place. Success pattern show. Until then, rock on. Ciao. Ciao. Thank you for tuning in to the Success Pattern Show at www.TheSuccessPatternsShow.com My name is Brigitta Hoeferle.

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Lauren Powers

Lauren Powers is a ten-time, heavyweight bodybuilding champion, internationally best selling author, entrepreneur, teacher, mentor, and advocate for individual achievement and excellence.  Lauren is a recent award winning International Speaker in cinema and media  from the Women of Excellence. Lauren has always represented the underdog and is a passionate spokesperson for people who are different and lives the motto, “It’s the hard that makes it good, if it were easy everyone would do it.”

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