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Episode 29 · 2 years ago

Episode #29: Meagen Fettes movie star of How Thoughts Become Things Movie

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Megan Fettes is the creator of RISE Spiritual Entrepreneur Center


Meagen is a High Level Business Development Coach and Speaker. Meagen works with heart centered business owners to get clear on their business, reverse engineer the business model into intentional action steps they can take to build their business by design for success while stepping into alignment with the universal laws and the greater self.


How Thoughts Become Things Movie was created by Douglas Vermeeren


How Thoughts Become Things movie promotional link:


Bit.ly/HowThoughtsBecomeThingsMovie2020


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/meagan-fe...

Bull. Hi there, and welcome back for another episode of life according to Yasmin. My Name Jazmine Sammy and I'm a twelve year old oath of Public Seeker and child advocat. He's passionate about inspiring children and to help adults to NASA in a child. Today I'm doing the very special guests and her name is Megan fettis and she's a Sun a new movie called help books become things. Is Okay, you introduce yourself to our listiness? Sure. Well, thank you so much. He has meant for having me on and I love what you do, because one thing I have to stay really quickly is how important it is for adults especially to be able to learn how to play it yet and at least they're in her child. I think that's huge. Yeah, so thank you. I'm really excited to be here. But, yeah, my name is Megan fettis. I am a transformational coach and business meant work. I actually used to be known as the joy coach, and so that's one of the reasons I love everything that you're doing. Yeah, and just featured in the film how talks become things, which is the sequel basically, or the next steps from the last movie that was made, called the secret. So it's really exciting. Hmm, I have question. I'm awesome. What did you want to be in the movie? What did I want to be in the movie? Or why did I want to be in the movie? Why did you want to be in the Oh, well, funny story. Actually, when I was a kid, when I was growing up, my grandma, who was like the most incredible woman in my life, she listened to Bob proctor all the time and I loved Bob proctor growing up. In fact, that's what I was raised on and so that's where my mindset came from, that's where a lot of my belief systems came from.

And when I met Doug Vermier and he had told me about this movie and he told me all the people that were in it. Now, all of the people that are in it are absolutely incredible, but Bob proctor was there. Yeah, right, and so that was almost like my childhood dream that just came to life because I got a chance to share in a movie with him, which is really, really cool. He's amazing. The movie was so nice, but my best part was that guy. He done a little pollen when he said. I when I tell the little right, but what to do? Yeah, that, Falk I. Oh, that is a good part. You have a good memory. HMM. And I wing Loos the part where you took about relationships and like, if you're in a toxic relationship and like you'll staying in there, you're not only hurt in the person, but you also hurting yourself. is saying that relationship, HMM, in the pots I. Yeah, well, it's so ne right. Like, yeah, you are human beings, right, and we're designed for relationships and we can either choose to stay in them or choose to leave. But really, we got to look at what is going on. Right. Why are we choosing to be in it if it's a toxic relationship? What are we meant to be learning in that and then utilize that to actually allow ourselves to grow? Yeah, because I'm a big believer that everybody that comes into our lives is a teacher. HMM. Okay, so we're going to move on to the first question. So what your success habits? MMM, my success habits, but one of them is a daily practice, and it's really quite simple, but I wake up every single morning and I write down my gratitudes, and I don't just write them down, I let myself write them down and then I imagine them and I feel them in my heart and then I actually, once I go through at least three gratitude depths, I then sit...

...and I breathe and I visualize how not only did those things that I'm grateful for help to create what I have in my life, but what they're going to do for me moving forward. So with both a presencing and a visualization. So that's one. And then I also make sure that I'm organized with my day every night, not in the morning like most people do. That is amazing. Like organizing is like one of the things that I really love to do, because I love my space to be tied and also for my day to be tidy. So, like, if I didn't have any organization in my life, I don't know I would do, like not having things in places, I certain things. So that's amazing. Since the second question is what mistakes have you made alone the way, and what did she learn from them? HMM, well, I've made many and you know what, this is something I tell my son all the time is never give up, because it's human nature. We learn best by the mistakes that we make, and there's been a lot. So one I'll go back to that organization. When I was younger, not even that long ago, I was totally disorganized. I was very much in that mindset and belief that if I could think it, it would just happen right, where as I matured and as I got a little bit more familiar with the systems in the alignment of our being with the universe, I realize that I had to show up in order for that to happen, and how I needed to show up was clearly an organized and have steps so that I knew what I needed to do every single day to bring myself to where I wanted to go. Yeah, so there was. That was a big mistake I used to make. The other is in communication. HMM. That was a huge one that I had to learn as well that often when we don't want to communicate, like when we want to go hide. So we made a mistake and we don't want to own it. Yeah, right, it's always so much more important to be able to show up and share it right. The more we can communicate, the easier...

...things become. HMM. And like one thing that my mom w used to say to me is, if you don't acknowledge your mistakes, how you ever going to move on? Like if those mistakes secure in your life again, how you going to deal with them? So that's one of things that I really love to do. I like to acknowledge my mistakes and then learn, for a way to move on. And I've made many mistakes like in my life, but I learned to like move on, and that's amazing that you do that as well. So the next question is what what was the hottest decision you ever had to make and why? Who? Good question. Um, that is awesome. Okay, so one of the decisions I had to make, it wasn't necessarily like when I share it, it's not going to be one of those decisions that wasn't difficult, but in the process of it was, yeah, challenging. When I was younger, actually, I was very heavy into drugs and alcohol and I woke up one day and made the decision that I was going to get myself queen, that I was going to make a different path for myself. And the decision and itself wasn't hard because I knew that if I didn't make that decision, I wasn't going to go anywhere. I was just going to basically drink my life away. But I in doing and making that decision, I have a lot of challenges that I had to maintain and work through in that resilience piece. So I had to give up a lot of relationships. I had to choose myself over those old habits that continuously came up and keep moving forward and being settled into why I was doing it. More than anything, that's amazing because, like, I know that some of the people that we've talked to you, like some of the passive development people, like some of them, try to, like some of their friends, tried to get away from drugs and drinking, but they...

...couldn't. So that's amazing that you were able to do that and to change your lifestyle. So that is like an amazing thing to overcome. So well done. The next question is what step should people and follow to keep to help them, to help forgive and then to go on to live a life filled with gratitude? HMM, the biggest one is is don't turn away from the darkness, I call it, but you know, those things that we often like try to avoid or we try to put to be out on. The first thing we want to do is, as soon as it starts coming up, we want almost like make friends with it. Yeah, because as soon as we can acknowledge that, then all of a sudden we embrace the light within us and we acknowledge that our potential is a lot greater. So the first one is as soon as we can feel what's coming up, versus avoiding it. Yeah, and then the next is is be willing to share and be resourceful, connect with as many people as you can that are where you want to be, because a you learn in that space that people really are amazing and they will do anything and everything they can to support and help and guide. And it also boosts confidence as well, because the more that we deep into where we're meant to be, all of a sudden our soul, our heart, are everything begin to expand and open. HMM. That is amazing and like what you was speaking on about, like opening ourselves. That's one of the things that many people don't like to do, and having like the strength and the knowledge to do that is amazing. So the next question is I absolutely what I loved watching the movie house thoughts become things with my family and like one of the bits I was talking before was what you expect, what you explain about relationships, and toxic relationship is okay, if you like expand one what you was, what you were saying. Absolutely and...

...so really and truly, one of the biggest things that we want to do when we're dealing with relationships is not necessarily look at what's happening on the surface, because that's what we have a tendency of doing, is human beings. Right, something happens, we react to it and then we build a story around it. But ultimately what we're meant to do is look at what is this relationship asking of me? How can I show up? What is it teaching me? And in those toxic relationships, a lot of it might be standing in our power, learning our deservedness or worthiness and being able to like stand true to that and and recognizing that when we can see everybody as our teacher, all of a sudden it brings us into another space of gratitude. Right, it's not life happening to us, it's like happening through us. Wow, it's amazing and like what you were talking about, like toxic people, and I was in school, like I surround myself around people who recently had pain and in their life, and I used to surround myself of them because I thought that because I was a nice and kind I can help them to heal. But then when I told my mom about those people, my mom says, not telling you not to help them, but those people can actually stand in your way, like you're saying, they can actually stand in your power. And, like she wasn't saying not to help them, not to be nice to them, but at least try to like keep your distance from them, not go to them every time they have like a pain, because sometimes people need to learn to deal with pain by themselves, because in life, if they always have to rely on someone and there's no one there, then they wouldn't know what to do. So that's amazing. Why you touched on that. I love that you shared that because it's so true, right, and especially as empaths. Yeah, we have this natural tendency of desiring to help and heal everybody that we can. And what I often share...

...is when we when we think that we're meant to heal them, we're actually disempowering them. Yeah, because it's basically we're saying that they're not powerful enough to do it themselves, will take it over, and so we want to step out of their way as well. Right, it's that too lane street where as soon as we can choose to say, you know what, you got this and I'll support where I can, but I fall stand back because I know this is going to benefit both of us, then all of a sudden there's a different energy in that relationship and both people become empowered and inspired. Never really looked at that way actually. Thank you. Yeah, you're welcome. So the next question is why do you feel that it's important for families to watch how thoughts become things together? HMM, well, when we do things together. So I love that. Again, a great question, because I've got two young kids myself, and so what is so important is, and I'm sure you've experienced this right, our parents are our biggest guys. You're the ones that really are molding us and teaching US and driving us in the direction that we're meant to be going. And so when we do it with them, all of a sudden there there's a different listening that happens. There is an opportunity for them to see it and hear it and actually put it into practice instead of it just being something that they heard somewhere else through the grape vine. And there's no there's no like too young of an age for for kids to start hearing these kinds of things, because this is where the most like important wiring is happening. Right we're our brains are most malleable between the ages of four and seventeen, and so why not utilize that time to actually support it the way that we want? Yeah, that's amazing. Like what you was saying about why we should start younger, and the reason why I trent to start youngest because when I get all the people are...

...saying that. So one of the things I love what you're saying about why we thought young is because I think that a starting younger helps you to boost your mind better than when you're like a bit older, because some people was saying that scientific study shows that when you learn younger, because your mind is a fertile ground, you learn quick and you remember things easier. So it's amazing to start younger. I really believe that. And so the next question is, what was your favorite part about being in the movie? Great Question. I have my two little men here actually that are one second as man. Okay, I think one second. I'm just gonna be myself. Yeah, all right. So my favorite part, thank you for that pause. My favorite part is is being able to share this this stuff is knowledge, because the true reality, city is that this is my passion and this is something that I grew up learning and I grew up talking about and when I really like found it in my life and used it to shift my life and my experience is completely it just made sense. And so my favorite part is just being able to guide and share the tools with people as much as possible.

Yeah, that is an amazing and like sharing with people, like one of the things that I really love to do is to share as well, and by sharing our thoughts we can then help people to be the best versions of the fuse, like the different teachings that people can offer. It can really make the world better place. If you think about it, if we was to share all unique essences of the wealth, the world be an amazing place. HMM. Yeah, and that's what we're meant to do, right, like, as humans, we learn and then we're meant to communicate. We go back to that relationship piece where we're men to share and guide and support each other where we can, and sometimes that support, like we talked about, is like stepping back and giving that person that trust, but other times it's just planting them seeds and helping people see from a different point of view. Yeah, is there a finalmentum that you'd like leaving on it? It? HMM. The biggest thing I would say is instead of looking at things from the surface point of view, so as Heumans we again, we met. We don't have experiences, we have reactions to experiences, and if there's certain things that are going on in your life right now that you're not loving, that you're not really enjoying, that doesn't resonate with where you want to be, then take a look at your reactions and, instead of thinking that things are happening incorrectly, look at how you're reacting to them and what you can do a little bit differently. It doesn't even have to be a big change, but something that's a little bit different than you've ever done before and see what kind of results yet create. Is Not many people think can like what how they react change and without the people woun't know, like my mom, when me the way you reacted about who's watching you, about watching...

...yourself and minding yourself, because if life was to only about who's watching you, then we wouldn't really live a truthful life if we were just basing it on who's watching us, and I would doing it at that time. So that is amazing. Is there any is there any like social media that anyone can go and follow you really? So I'm both on facebook and and instagram. I love the background noise right now. So thank you for your flexibility with this. Is Fine. The facebook I'm under Megan Fettus, the Right Entrepreneur Center, and on Instagram it's the Rise Entrepreneur Center, that people can find me out. Thank you so much for being on this show. I hope you listeners have learned a lot from make what Megan has been saying and just really taking in everything that he's saying, because everything that she's saying so on potant and so special that it can help us to actually live the lifestyle that we've always wanted to live, and especially relationships as well. What you're saying before the humans purpose is like one of the things to do its relationship, and the best thing to do is to have a good one. So thank you so much for being on the show and thank you so much everyone for listening. And, yeah, I hope you guys took in a lot from what we've been talking about and I hope you guys have an amazing, amazing day. Thank you so much, Megan. Thank you, Yevan. That was amazing, so much fun. By.

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