I am so grateful for technology, but if you’re like me, you want to make sure that we can put things in place so it doesn’t absolutely run our lives. So stay tuned. That’s what this podcast is all about is being able to appreciate technology, but making sure that we keep it in its place. This is unconventional wellness radio and I will be back with you very, very soon for this podcast. Hey everyone, and welcome to unconventional wellness radio. It’s a powerful and inspiring podcast set to revolutionize and disrupt healthcare. It’s trying to put you in the driver’s seat and be the force of change necessary for the lifestyle you’ve always wanted. Hey everybody, welcome to unconventional on this radio. I am frank. I am your host and I have the distinct pleasure today of being able to talk to you about something that is near and dear to a lot of our hearts, and that is technology.
Matter of fact, if we didn’t have technology you wouldn’t be able to listen to me right now because you are probably listening to me through the smart phones or tablets or computers or whatever your media device that you are listening to through which I really, really appreciate it, but I wanted to come on here and talk about technology. Now before we get started with that, I wanted to also let you know that we are going to do a giveaway and the reason why we’re going to do a giveaway is because I’m just nuts and I love rewarding my listeners and so I want to do a giveaway a, what I’m thinking about giving away is going to be a really invaluable thing. I am getting ready to release my unconventional wellness program and I want to offer it for a 50% discount to one lucky listener, and so what you have to do is just simply this, it requires nothing else for you to enter other than putting a review and putting a radiate, a rating on this podcast.
That’s all you have to do. I am going to run this for the next three weeks on this channel that you can go on there, put a rating, put a review, and I will do that drawing, which will be completely random and I will literally use just simply the ratings and reviews that I can find on iTunes and that’s how I will draw my winter. Now if you’re not listening to me on iTunes and you’re listening to me on say Spotify or stitcher or something like that, email me at frank at Ritz essentials, e s s e n t, I l s.com. So Frank Anritsu, central’s dot com and I will enter you into that same drawing as well. So please, please get those ratings, get those reviews, put ’em on Spotify, stitcher, iTunes, whatever you’re listening to. I will compile all of them and I will draw for somebody to have a 50% off discount on my unconventional wellness program.
I’m telling you right now, this program is going to be killer. We’re going to talk about the five pillars. We’re gonna talk about nutrition, we’re going to talk about movement and exercise. We’re going to talk about getting better sleep. We’re going to talk about detoxifying your life and we’re going to be also talking about removing stress and anxiety. These are the five pillars that I live by and I’m telling you right now, as a person who has combat disabled from the army, I have a wonderful bag of nonsense that I carry around with me. And yes, I could be on opioids, I could be on Benzodiazepines, which are antianxiety medications. I could be completely drugged up right now because trust me, I qualify for it. But here’s the deal. I did not want to do that to myself. I want them to live a functionally secure life.
And I’ve been able to do that with the help of patients and colleagues and, uh, really my wife and a lot of research that we’ve done on our own in order to live this unconventional wellness lifestyle. Because I feel that we are a whole person, right? Like we can’t just focus on mental health. We can’t just focus on physical health. We can’t just focus on something like losing weight. Now, don’t get me wrong, that’s gonna make us feel great. But the thing is, is that if we are, if we’re eating real, you know, for eating right, we’re doing the right diet plan and we’re getting all this wonderful, uh, low weight loss [inaudible] excuse me, it should make you hungry for more. You should now say, well, how can I address my sleep concerns? Or how can I live less stressfully? And so I felt that we needed to approach this in a very simplified way.
I break it down in ways that are easy to describe by an action steps. I have notes, a, you’re going to get Facebook lives with me, you’re going to have opportunities for question and answer sessions. So I am going to be your literal mentor and coach and friend as I help you and guide you into a way where you can make these decisions on your own and be able to actually live the lifestyle that you’ve always wanted. And that is the program of unconventional wellness. And so anyway, I’m going to give that away 50% off, um, too that it’s going to be definitely a killer program and it’s coming out next month there. I just said it, I put it out there. Um, yes, we are, we are launching this next month and so anyway, uh, getting back to it, uh, putting a rating, put a review on there and let me know and I will do that drawing here in the next couple of weeks.
I am actually looking for, let’s do it. We will do it by August 12th. Okay. We will do it by August 12th. So the podcast that comes out on August 12th, we’ll have an announcement of our lucky winner. Okay. Anyway, let’s get back to business. Okay. So I want, we’ve been talking about nutrition, we’ve been talking about diet. Uh, we’ve been talking about, you know, movement and things like that. We’ve actually even been talking about toxins and stuff like that. If you haven’t caught any of these old episodes, please click through the old episodes and you will be able to actually see that content that I bring every single week. Uh, know on all of these different pillars as I like to call them. Okay. And so anyway, we want to shift now into, let’s talk about detoxification, right? So we’re under our detoxification pillar, which is our fifth module in our program as well.
But anyway, what I want to discuss is not just simply physical or even possibly emotional toxins, but I also want to talk about social toxins as well because honestly, we now live in a world where it is extremely easy to get exposed to things through the medium of technology. And so I just want to talk about what I like to call, uh, you know, putting technology in a place where it’s actually secure and it’s useful for you. I’m going to be basing this a lot off of a, a, a really fantastic book that I had the recent pleasure of reading. It’s a book called the Tech Wise family and it’s by Andy Crouch and, uh, and I will put a link to it. Excuse me. So if you want to pick up a copy, um, I get nothing for it. Uh, but I wanted to let you know that if you want to pick up a copy and start implementing these 10 steps, uh, you know, go actually, there are 10 steps in the book.
We’re only gonna talk about a couple, but, uh, we’re gonna, uh, let that be available for you in our show notes. So if you wanna check out our show notes, uh, there’ll be a link on this podcast, uh, article or on this podcast, and you can actually go check that out as well. So anyway, the book is the tech wise family by Andy Crouch. Um, I actually came, became exposed to it through a, uh, through a Bible study that we did at our church. And, uh, and it was just really, it really resonates because we have an unbelievable society now that we are pretty dependent upon our pieces of technology that we have. And so, uh, Andy Crouch gave his 10 really, really practical and useful tips to be able to, uh, put technology in its place, like he calls it. And so I wanted to talk about how we’ve implemented some of those things and how they’ve been, uh, either beneficial or difficult for our family.
And then I also wanted to talk about some other different strategies that we like to use in order to really just have technology where it should be in order to be able to really have a happy and healthy life. And so we’re going to talk about that as a detoxification thing for today. So let’s dive right in. Well, the first thing is, is that I love and adore the fact that we have technology. Now I am a person who I span a good deal of technology. I mean, I remember eight track tapes as a kid. I’m going to date myself here. I remember eight track tapes as a kid and now I am, and the same amount of technology as everybody else. So, um, let me give you just a couple of examples. So eight track tapes, laser disc players. I remember the old projectors that when they first came out, it literally had three different tubes.
This thing was the size of a large coffee table. And it had three different tubes that did three different colors. You had a blue one, a yellow one and a red one. And all of them came together magically in order to make a picture up on a projection screen. And so this was like the classic old school, uh, you know, man or woman cave, whatever you would like to call it, man cave. She shed inside of the house where you would actually be able to play videos and everything like that. And you had to do that on big laser desk. If you don’t know what a laser disc is, if you were born beyond like say 1990, a laser desk is like, think of like a really, really about the size of a vinyl record, which I think in most people have seen because if you walk through stores, they’re starting to make a bit of a comeback but vinyl records size so right.
It’s like the size of a really large plate and a, and you would actually play it. I remember playing like the original star wars on it and uh, and we get to like a certain scene where to check, hey, remember like about halfway through the movie and it would actually stop and it would have a warning up there. Please flip side over to site two to play. Um, I also, uh, grew up of course with VHS. I remember going out to blockbuster every single Friday night and going to peruse the outside of the store. Uh, there was like a horseshoe on the outside of all the other movies and those were all the new releases. And I just remember that was like such a cool thing. You get your popcorn, your candy, and then shop the, uh, the new releases every single Friday. Um, and then of course you could always, uh, have really stiff, uh, fines if you didn’t bring your movie back on time.
They would absolutely staggeringly cost you a great deal after a week. And so you think keeping like a redbox movie was long and you know, you pay 20, $30 for that DVD. I’ll tell you what the, the late fees on some of these blockbuster movies were astronomical. If you did not turn them back in. And God forbid you didn’t rewind the VHS tape, you could be charged for that as well. And so, um, I was under the Cliche, you know, be kind, please rewind. Um, also, but then we moved into technology on computers, right? And so like, we started off and I remember, man, I was like, I’ve been a DJ, I was a DJ for like 15 years, uh, both through high school a little bit. And then definitely through college and beyond. And, uh, I have definitely seen the change of downloadable music starting with Napster, if you remember that from back in the day.
And then it changed into some different peer-to-peer sharing programs like Cozaar and then, uh, and then now we’re just in a streaming music. So I’ve seen music make its metamorphosis as well online. I’ve also seen, um, the advent of different messaging, uh, programs that you could download. So I started off with AOL. I remember, you know, getting that brand new CD rom in the mail. Uh, and, and it was amazing and you felt so great that you had AOL 3.0 and then you had AOL 4.0 and then it just kept going. And I just remember that changed into while let’s start talking to people. So honestly, I had an article back in car back in high school written about us, about the change of how people talk. This was written folks in the 1990s and I was in the local paper and I still have a copy of it, of myself and my two friends staring at a computer and we’re apparently meeting people in chat rooms.
Yes. It was absolutely horrid. And, and it was just a, I thought I was like, you know, one of the kings of technology at the time. And so, uh, anyway, we met in chat rooms, if you will. We talked about, you know, a slash s slash l, which stood for age, sex, and location in a chat room. And then anyway, we, uh, that, that changed in the AOL Instant Messenger. And then we talked on Yahoo Messenger and now even MSN or Microsoft had a messenger program. And so anyway, um, matter of fact, if it wasn’t for technology, I wouldn’t even remember even met my wife because when I was in, um, you know, just as the metamorphosis continues, uh, while I was on my very first deployment in the Middle East, uh, thankfully we had websites that talk to one another. So my wife was on one website, I was on another, we could actually view each other’s profiles.
And that’s how we met. Now this was back in the like early two thousands where it still wasn’t even cool to actually meet one another online. So like, you still kind of secretively did it because you didn’t want to be considered like the outcast Weirdo and meet somebody that you had met through a computer. And now, funny enough, that is the way that the vast majority of people meet for the first time is because of a conversation that they’ve had now through say, Instagram or Facebook or whatever. Facebook wasn’t even a thing. You know, I’m going to even go back a little bit sooner that a lot of us probably remember, which was my space. And I remember that everybody was on my space. And it was such a great platform until Facebook, which was originally for college students only when Zuckerberg first came out, where they were with this college friends, you had to have a.edu at the end of your email to sign up in order to actually even be on Facebook.
And then all of a sudden they said, we’ve got something here. And of course they changed it to where it now has metamorphosized into the Facebook of today. So, um, Amazon, by the way, when I was, when I was growing up, Amazon was only a place where you could first get books and then it became the massive billion dollar industry that it is. So anyway, it’s changed. And so I say all that because technology is incredible. I just want to go down a memory lane and be nostalgic with you. So I hope that you’re like laughing to yourself because of all the different things that I just came up with. But anyway, so I started off with eight tracks and I came all the way now to what Facebook is today. And so I say all that because I understand technology, but I also can be overwhelmed by technology as well because it is extremely easy to capture people’s attention through technology.
And so through this book I have been able to, myself and my wife had been able to really implement some really great strategies in order to be able to really concern and place technology where we want to inside of our home. Starting off with, one of the pieces that Andy Crouch talks about in his book is that he has a bit of a, a Sabbath, if you will, from technology. So he starts it off and it’s really basic guys and it’s something that a lot of us can implement in our own lives and in our family’s lives, is that we want to have at least one hour a day, one day a week, and then one week in a year in order to be able to have a technology free time. Andy describes it as anything that glows you, it gets shut off during that particular time.
It’s so one day a week a for like him as an example is, uh, when they eat dinner together, they have an entire hour where they have no technology whatsoever, you know, phones and all that kind of stuff are nowhere near the dinner table. And so they take a break then and then they do it one day a week. So on Sundays for them, they have no technology whatsoever, an entire Sunday. And then one weekend a year or sometimes now it’s become too, according to his book, they go out and they have a vacation that is technology free. And he said that that is actually caused a lot of really great connecting in his family. And so that is something that we too have also decided to adopt is that we wanted to have that same sort of philosophy. So it’ll at least one hour a day we’re sitting together and we’re talking or we’re doing something inside of the room together.
It can be a board game. Uh, you can be playing, I mean, my, my wife and my daughter, they love to crochet and so like it’s something quiet that we can do that doesn’t involve technology. Right. And then one week, or excuse me, one day of the week, that’s a little bit harder of a thing for us because it has been one of those things where it’s Sunday we decided to do Sunday as well. And so we usually have to force ourselves to just simply go out and go do something. Um, it’s a really great time for us to be able to go spend time as a family on a Sunday because when you’re home, when you’re relaxed, it’s Sunday. There’s really nothing going on. Super easy to like, either want to flip on the television and catch a game or you know, uh, uh, put on your phone or something like that or maybe even do both while you’re just relaxing at the house.
So it’s a really great time for us to be able to get out, get some sunshine if it’s a nice day, and be able to actually do something. So that Sunday was pretty difficult for us. And then one weekend a year, um, is always great and you’re always refreshed if you don’t bring technology with you for a vacation. So, um, honestly we were, we, we’ve definitely done that one and it has been a phenomenal thing for our family just to really connect. Surprisingly Andy talks about in his book and you think that it’s our kids, it’s not our kids only. I mean, I see technology has no bounds when it comes to the age groups that people actually, uh, you know, have a phone on them. I mean like, here’s the deal. I have noticed more often than not that because of the fact that we are becoming very, uh, you know, uncapturable in our conversations with people out in our communities that it’s super easy for us to simply grab the phone out of our pocket and almost avoid a conversation because maybe we are a little bit too awkward in our social interactions with people.
And so I will more often than not very first thing I see, we go out to a restaurant or something like that to go enjoy a meal together. I’ll see people literally sit down and there’ll be a couple or it could be a family and pull out a phone. And I’m not blaming anybody. I’m not telling anybody that you’re guilty of like being a terrible person. I’m just saying that these are habits that I’ve noticed. You know, if you’re waiting for a bus stop or you’re waiting for a plane or something like that, everybody is on their phone. You know, there’s a big movement by the way, that I heard about people who just want to go out to an airport that the TSA is considering to loosen their, uh, their rules. There’s a couple of airports that actually have adopted this and they want to loosen their rules to allow people to just simply go to an airport to have an airport experience even if they’re not flying.
I know it’s crazy because since the, at least the beginning of 2000 around the time of the nine 11 bombing, you know, TSA is be, it had been established, home security has been as, uh, the Department of Homeland Security has been established. And it’s crazy to imagine that people who actually don’t have a flight may be able to go inside of an airport to have the airport experience. Now they’re doing it for a couple of different reasons, but excuse me, you’ll be able to actually go out and maybe have a legitimate one on one conversation with somebody that you meet in the airport. And so anyway, I say all that because you know, we need to realize that it’s becoming like a really big habit for all of us. It’s very simple for us to like shy away, grab our phone and be happy. Okay. And our little tech space, talking to people on text messages or on Facebook or on Instagram or whatever, maybe different social media app that you use.
And so, excuse me. What I urge you to do is be cognizant. You know, this is, this is probably my first example of ways to start becoming, you know, technologically savvy today is be cognizant of the amount of times that you had there. Touch your phone, pick your phone up or look at it. Okay. Because nine times out of 10 we might say, yes, I’m going to look at, look at my phone, pick it up and maybe go check my email or something like that. But the thing is is that it will unfortunately Zen Zappa into where it now we check our email, we might have a redirection to say Facebook and then we go check out Facebook and then we become a scroller on Facebook because the vast majority of people who are on Facebook are really not people who interact. They’re more like just screen watchers and scrollers.
Right. So, so I just say that because it’s really easy for our phones to grab us in. Here’s the other that I also wanted to do with my smartphone and my tablets and my computers and all the kinds of stuff is I’ve shut off the vast majority of my notifications. Okay. A couple of really cool things you can do on an iPhone if you so happen to have one, and I do believe that this might be something similar. I think my mom said that it’s like something similar on android device is that there is a screentime way of controlling things. So first of all, I have my do not disturb on by nine o’clock every evening. Okay. I put my phone to bed. That’s another tip by the way, has put your phone to bed. We put our children to bed. We put ourselves to bed hopefully.
So hopefully we need to start putting our phones to bed or putting our devices to bed. I don’t have a device in our bedroom. My wife and I do not have a device in the bedroom. Okay. The device that we have a, excuse me, any devices that we had, they’re outside and we put them to bed. They’re not in the bedroom. It helps us get phenomenal sleep. We don’t get bothered by notifications and all that kind of stuff, but I also have do not disturb on my phone. You can absolutely do that through your general settings on your phone. Um, I have it from nine to nine. Okay. So my phone will not make any noise whatsoever from nine to nine. All right. The other thing that you can do is there’s this really cool, if you have the, one of the newer downloads of the operating system for especially iPhone, is that you can actually take a look at your screen time and you can see exactly what applications you had open, which are the ones that you had open and which are the ones are, excuse me, total screen time for the day.
And what’s kind of cool is they’ll give you a weekly report and it’ll tell you if you’re up or down and the amount of screen time that you had for that particular week. And so these are a couple of different, oh, and then the more and more of the thing that it’ll do is it’ll let you know how many times your phone was touched. That is incredible to me because I guess it uses the same mercury, if you will, that’s inside of your phone. And it will actually know if you’ve actually picked up your phone. So like, not even like, not even as an a matter of you turning your screen on and looking at it, but you can actually in fact see how many times you’ve picked up your phone. And at the time of this recording, I’ve only been awake for about four hours.
And so what I’m going to do is I’m going to take a look at that right now and I’m going to see how many times I’ve actually picked up my phone right now in the last four hours. All right. Screen time that I’m at. So I had been on my screen for 40 minutes, um, which was, you know, I’ve, I’ve checked a lot of things, if you will and stuff like that. And then how many times have I picked you up? Let me say downtime, Evelyn’s or, um, I don’t know. I’ll, I’ll find it here in a second. But anyway, um, it will tell you, you know, what you’ve done and everything like that. Oh, here we go. So I picked up my phone 20 times since I woke up this morning. Okay. And you know, that’s just picking it up. That’s all I’ve done. I don’t necessarily believe that or all of those 20 times have I really opened up anything or looked at anything.
But I picked it up 20 times in like four hours. And so like you’d be really surprised at how many times you actually pick your phone up and really maybe not even do anything to it, but pick it up now. Like I said, put technology in its place. Right? So like I’m not saying that like you need to look at all this stuff and be like, oh my goodness, I’m such a terrible person because I picked up my phone 300 times a day. You’ve got to also start really breaking down and really looking at this particular portion of what I love on this app, on my phone is that I can actually see what I’m doing. So if you’re being productive and like you’re building an Instagram business or you’re building a Facebook business or you know, you have to interact with customers or something like that, by all means do not hurt, you know, call yourself a terrible person because of the fact that you’re doing those things right.
It’s like you gotta look at what particular things you are doing when you do pick up the phone. So if you’re like doing like mindless things, like you know, you’re on Facebook for 20 minutes and you really didn’t need to do that because you weren’t really talking to anybody who was, um, you know, you were getting in touch with somebody or whatever. You are your own person, you’re an adult, you are welcome to use that technology for what it is. It’s just really nice that I have a objective viable data to make sure that if I’m trying to get out of my own personal thresholds, it’s really nice to be able to say, all right, cool. I’m, I’m, I’m on this app a little too much. I need to watch it here for the future. So that’s what I love about that app in particular is, Oh, let me know what I am doing in order to be able to really limit myself the ways that I want to.
Okay. So another couple of things that we really love moving on from that is, um, we think that it is really awesome that Andy describes, um, you know, living in a world where we’re worried about our kids, uh, you know, about their exposures and things like that. The stuff that we don’t necessarily want them to see. And so this is the way that I like to see it as just like Andy likes to see it as that, you know what, if you live in a place where the air pollution is really bad, right? So if you live in a place where the air pollution is really bad, you still want to live there. So what do you have to do while you install filters? Right? So you have to have the most amazing filters when it comes to yourself and the rest of your family.
Okay. Technology is an amazing thing, but with technology can come a lot of really crazy responsibility. And so we want to make sure that we are keeping ourselves responsible as well. So if that is something that interests you, get yourself an amazing filter. Okay, you can totally get one that you could put it on your wifi network. If you wish, you could put it on your computer, you can put it on your phone. And I tell you what, there are some really, really great things about having a filter because like I said, that that air is going to be polluted. You got to filter what you want to come into your home. Okay? So that is a tip for a lot of us parents and a lot of us adults, if you will, is what type of filter that we want to use. And so I thought that that was really great.
The way they described it is that you’re still wanting to want to live in that space, but you just want to make sure that you have, you know, something like that. Um, another thing that we love to do is we want to have screen times, like different devices will allow a certain amount of screen time and then you’re done for the day. And so like that is not a really bad thing as well. That is something that is really, really great. Here’s something that we actually really love is that when we are using our technology, my optometrist will let you know that blue light as the thing that it does a couple of different things to you. Okay. So like tip number four here is get yourself a pair of inexpensive blue light blocking glasses. The blue light blocking is so that way you don’t get a lot of that light that comes into the eye of the blue.
It’s of the blue frequency and it does things like it can cause headaches. When you look at it for a long time, it can cause you to be awake. It’s actually the thing that um, the blue light from your, from your device, if you use it later on in the evening, say nine, 10, something like that. The reason why it is a catch 22 is because you might want to look at your screen because a notification popped up, but then all of a sudden the blue light actually subconsciously stimulates your brain and makes it believe that it’s a time for it to wait back up again. So some folks, when they have sleeplessness, they might grab at their phone just to maybe like play a crossword or something like that. But the problem is is that unfortunately you can be exposed to that blue light and actually could cause some wakefulness in you rather than making you tired.
So invest in a pair of blue blocking glasses. There’s filters that you could put on your screen. Matter of fact, something really cool that happened with my computer is that I can adjust it now and it’ll block the blue light when it is the evening. So if it’s like seven in the evening, I actually have where my computer screen will literally change to more of like a yellow because the blue has been taken out and they call it like a natural dimmer, if you will. So I really loved that feature as well. And I have that enabled. So I just want to let you know guys. Um, those are four or five tips that we love to try to put technology in its place. You know, make sure that you give your, uh, items a bedtime, uh, make sure that you, uh, really work. Oh, last tip, by the way, I didn’t want to skip this by the way, is that parents, did you know that, you know, when your kids are like four or six or something like that, you know, I get it.
They don’t necessarily care about you being on a screen. But Andy did some research with the Barna group, which was a lot of what is research data is based upon in his book, is that he found out that a lot of kids, when they hit around nine, 10 years of age, they’re actually complaining a great deal about their parents being on their devices instead of engaging in conversations with them. And that’s what I want to close on for this podcast for it today is the fact that dove of all of the different, I saw one piece of data that of all of the different age groups, okay, whatever way we break it down, 18 to 25 year olds are actually some of the most lonely people who have the most, excuse me, reported depression, anxiety, loneliness and things like that of our time, 18 to 25 year olds.
All right. And I have a hard time understanding that because when I was 18 to 25 folks, it was huge part of my life and I can’t even imagine now, but yet I can still, I can get it and I can understand the fact that it’s because of the fact that our relationships younger on in life are not being developed and we don’t have that sense of community around us because we might turn to a screen in order to get that sense of community. And so if you have an 18 to 25 year old that you have in your life or you have multiple 18 to 25 year olds, and I’m speaking to some of our older folks love on them. Okay. Because the epidemic is real. We have a very, a very depressed and lonely society and you know, it’s, it’s this dichotomy of we are more connected with one another than we have ever been.
Excuse me, in the thousands of years that we have been on this planet or you know, whatever the thousands of years that we have been able to be together, we are literally looking at the most isolated and lonely senses of community that we’ve ever had. We have increased technology connection yet decreased interpersonal interactions and so we have got to absolutely work on that. Okay. 18 and 25 year olds. I love you. I think that you’re amazing. You’re absolutely necessary on this planet and I just want you to know that if, if anybody can be a year for you, I am. And so I urge you, I give you an action step today is put down your phone at least once and maybe simply have a very minor casual interaction with somebody today. Just simply put your phone down, say hello to somebody that you may meet in the coffee line or maybe you see them unusually out in a store or something like that.
Sale out to them. Please don’t look down at your phone and who knows who you could be talking to today. So without anything else that I want to do, those are the five things. Put Technology in its place. Folks, use it to your advantage because it is amazing. But with that responsibility, just like Peter Parker’s uncle said, right from Spiderman with great power comes great responsibility. And so I just want to make sure that you are using technology in a way that it can empower you. It could connect you in no ways before with people that you have, may have lost touch with, but make sure that it does not actually have a strong hold on your life. And so if you have any questions, concerns, comments, please email me a, I said my email at the beginning of the podcast, but leave me a rating. Leave me a review. I am excited to give away my program 50% off, folks. I’m not kidding. It’s going to be a huge value. I will make sure that we talk about the program here in the very near future, but that’s all I’ve got for you today. I always appreciate your time and I will catch you again on a podcast coming at you very, very soon. Have a wonderful week. Everybody. [inaudible].