Rochele & Rocky Live on the Blissful Living Show






The Blissful Living Show Going From Negative To Positive Is Possible with Rocky Singh Kandola We have all heard the stories of how people get caught up in a negative lifestyle and get stuck in it. For whatever reason, some people just seemed to be destined to be or stay in a state of negativity and a negative lifestyle. Did you know that there are people that actually make the transition from negative to positive and go on to do great things in life? Did you know that it is actually possible for a felon to change their life around when they discover the true essence of what their life really means? Have you ever had a conversation with a felon that has turned their life around? Are you aware that it happens more often than not but those are the stories will never hear about? Have you ever wondered why we don't hear about those negative to positive stories? Join Rochel Marie Lawson as she chats with Rocky Singh Kandola about his journey from negative to positive and how he hopes sharing his story will help others. Links to Rocky Singh Kandola Website: rockykandola.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/rocky.kandola Instagram: instagram.com/rockykandola/ LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/rockykandola/ Links to Rochel Marie Lawson Website: blissfulliving4u.com Facebook: facebook.com/rochele.lawson.5 LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/rochelemarielawson Instagram: instagram.com/rochelelawson/ Twitter: twitter.com/rochelelawson/




Rochelle Marie Lawson:

Hello everyone. And welcome to bliss validity. This is the queen of feeling fabulous, Rochelle Marie Lawson. And I have a show that you are just going to want to stick around and listen to tonight before we get started with the guest for today's show. I want to, of course always give you the time to find a place to sit back, relax, get something to write with. You could pay for your favourite beverage, tell your family to give you a few minutes so that you can just enjoy some time to yourself and embrace the information that the guest is going to be sharing with us all today. So I want to say that and make sure you guys have time to get all that. And then also we're going to lead into thanking our sponsor for today's show. Our first sponsor we're going to thank for the podcast is a blissful living for you. And they are a holistic dream lifestyle company that focuses on the pillars of wellness, wisdom, and wealth so that you can step into living the life of your dreams. They have all kinds of specials and products, specials that are coming up and that's her highlighting this month, as well as moving forward. So if you are ready to up-level your wellness, get your mind right, and elevate your wealth. Then I suggest you check out a blissful living for you at blissful living. Then number four, the letter u.com. The next sponsor of the podcast is the telecommunications installation company located in the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose. They have been in business going on 31 years and have survived every type of economy that we've had since 1989. And they still have some of their very first customers all these years later that refuse to give their business to anyone else. When it comes to telecom installation and network distribution set up all day, cable incorporated is that company and they make the claims that they make the right connections so that when the customers go to use the telecommunications equipment that we have available to us today to do business across industries, across the state, across the country or the world, that they can connect with that customer on the other end, that very first time they set out to make that connection. So if you are a company, small, large medium-sized business, located in the Western region of the United States and you have a telecommunications Navy, and you want somebody reliable, efficient, effective and gives you great quality. Then you want to check out All Day Cable Inc@ alldaycableinc.com. So now that I've given you a little bit of time to get ready and get situated with just spending a few moments with yourself, let's jump in and let me tell you about today's guest, I guess for today goes by the name of Rocky Singh Kandola is his name, but we call him Rocky. And he is just a very innovative fella. And let me tell you about him. He's 34 years old and he's an Indian businessman born in New York City, but he lives in Los Angeles. So he's, bi-coastal, he owns and runs a showroom in high traffic areas of downtown LA. And he recently upgraded to Beverly Hills, check that out, checks this out. Cause it gets really interesting. He's a felon as well as a philosophy graduate from both the state of Alabama. He spent his high school and nine different facilities, nine different schools and boot camps across the world. Some of which are now closed due to severe child abuse, rape and torture. He's almost died at least seven to eight times and half of his face and jobs are fake from an attempted murder on his life. He's been shot. He's been stabbed, he's been kidnapped. He's been kicked in the face and he's had around 20 major surgeries and in his, excuse me in his adult life and he's been hurt, hurt, hurt, and seeing her up close now, very special young man, very special. Let me tell you more about him. He is loved. He has seen love and he loves, he has amazing friends and families in almost every continent in the world. His business allows him to travel freely and meet amazing people across our planet. He speaks for language and holds a conversation with any man, woman or child in the world. He follows his heart and he lets his guard down with loving people around the world. Without thinking twice he's grown business, he's helped others daily. He works hard. He plays hard and he's learned so much from his past life. And he now was just to help others to do the same. And so I could go on to tell you more about him, but let me just say it is now time to introduce Rocky to the listeners of blissful living. Hey Rocky, how you doing?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

Hey, Hey, Hey, blessed and honoured to be here. Thank you so so much.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

Well thank you for saying yes and we have an amazing story to share with the world. And so, Hey, I'm giving you that platform to do that. I'm sure others have, but no one can do it like the queen of feeling sad, but I'm just letting you know that.

Rocky Singh Kandola:

Definitely. That's how I love your energy coming on. It's amazing. I'm feeling it over here.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

Oh, good, good because I'm in Texas and I know you probably are you in LA right now?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

I am in LA right now.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

Okay. Yeah. Love LA you know, from the bay. So yeah, what can I say, but I want to jump in and just what kind of business are you in? Tell the people out there, what you do, and then we're going to go, we'll backtrack a little bit and tell some more about your backstory, but what type of business are you in?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

Definitely. So I actually am a factory owner I'll have hair extensions, so we do hair extensions, wigs funnels, closures, all type of hairpieces directly from the temples of India. And we mostly sell B2B to business owners. We distributors stylist the stay at homework at home mom everything's from that to you know, full-blown, blown salon. It does, you know, blowouts and all kinds of different you know install for women and men across the world.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

Wow. So basically the wigs and in the weeds that I would say Cardi and Megan, thee stallion, and some of these other phenomenal artists are wearing quite possibly could have been something that you that may have came from your company quite possible.

Rocky Singh Kandola:

A hundred per cent. I don't, I don't ever reveal clients' names unless they were cool with it. And then that's the way if they are cool, that's all of our Instagram.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

Yep. I hear you. I get it. I just want to give the audience, you know, so when you see the beautiful women with those beautiful wings they're rocking or beautiful weeds, their hair may have come from Rocky. That's all I'm saying. So now we got that out the way, cause I, you know, piqued the curiosity. You're like, God, this young man has been through a lot. He's a, you know, you've seen a lot yourself alive. And he's learned a lot in, in obviously its transition to having a great business, but tell the listeners like your backstory and what is so intriguing is the fact that you know, you are a felon, I don't want you to go into, because it's nobody's business as to what you did, but as a person that, you know, once you've been deemed a felon, you almost have, I don't know if you've ever read the book school, the Scarlet letter, but you almost, I'll always have some kind of, I hate to say black, but some bad mark that is on you or that follows you around. How did you cope in that very troublesome period in your life and turn it around to something magnificent as to what you're doing today?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

Definitely. So for me, the first part and the largest part and the hardest part was kind of breaking the identity that I had created of, you know, Hey Rocky is that party animal, a convicted felon and has a social stigma on him. And I kind of walked around with that for, you know, quite a while, even as a child, you know, as you said earlier, I was sent to nine different facilities and many of those were boot camps and state schools all around our country, all around the world. So at a young age I started to develop this, you know, this is who I am and you know, as humans, you know, we kind of, our, our egos kind of want us to attach ourselves to some identity out there and then we kind of become enveloped with that. And that was exactly what I was doing. So for me, it actually, didn't start to break that until, till after my prison time and I was out and now I'll kind of dove right back in the same lifestyle almost. And I can, I can only give it up to a higher power. So outside energy to God, you know, whatever, whatever word that you might, you know, resonate with, you call it on those, definitely something. The energy, you know, that came from within me actually, now that I look back, but at that time it just felt like outside. And I made one decision to go ahead and leave the country break ties with all my friends with the homes I had, the drugs I was involved with and I was dealing and I was using as well at that time, everything from addiction to, you know, violence and everything and let it all go and left it behind. And I had no idea what was I going to do? If anything was in the work, I just had this feeling comfortable with me that there something else out there for me, there's something else I can do. And let me go explore that. And that was the first step that was almost eight years ago now that I made that change. I left the country, went to India for a while, lived on the farm with some family friends and you know, it didn't have a cell phone signal. It didn't have access to even the music I was listening to, you know, back then. And just a total disconnect from everything that I knew. I thought that was, you know, reality in my identity. And from there, you know, it's been quite an up and down journey as well. But that really was the starting kind of point and big change factors for me.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

You know, that's interesting because a lot of times people identify with their hood, so to speak, you know what I mean? And so often it's hard for people. And you know, I grew up in the hood. I, you know, okay, it is what it is, but it's lots of lessons learned, you know, that have helped me to be a very successful person, a business owner. You've learned some really valuable lessons growing up in the hood, but sometimes people can't leave that identity behind and they get caught up and they will go to, I know people that have gone from like where they, you know, the roots are and have relocated across the country or whatever. And they get caught up in this same thing for you by taking yourself. I want to say removing yourself from the essence of the United States and going to India and going to a farm that has to be, you know, at first a very difficult transition because you came from one thing, you know, that's busy, all kinds of stuff going on to something that really made you focus on yourself in, in developing that inner in the spiritual connection. What would you say to someone out there that may be living a life that you weren't living, but really tired of it and really wants to take a step out into something better, but just, they just don't know-how, what would you say to that person?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

Definitely. So, I mean the first step to speak to that person directly, the first step, which is sometimes the hardest. And I mean, for me, it was like, like I said, one of the hardest is wanting, wanting it right. And just to like wanting something different, wanting to be something more wanting to get away and just being sick and tired of living the way you are and then, you know, doing what you're doing and believing that there's something else out there for you. I try to talk to people, you know, my friends and even some family from you know, past lives as well about like, you know, that is still kind of stuck in some things about this stuff. And, you know, they're not receptive to it or open to it. It's usually not a change we're going to make, so that the biggest step once again, is to believe and want that. From there it does a leap of faith. Me leaving the country was one of the scariest things I did at that time because as a kid from 11 to 17, I was sent around by authority figures on my parents. After all, you know, all these different places, I was even sent to India once when I was 11 or 12. And I stayed alone there for six months and went to school. So it was scary for me, to say, okay, Hey dad, I want to leave. And then help me out to go, especially because it was coming from my father. And so my first week there, I remember even like I kind of flipped out on one of my friends were there with me, family, friends. I was like, man, like, did he tell you about this? Like they put me on a one-way ticket, they're trying to send me away again. And I was kind of freaking out. And I had one combo of my dad and he was like, you know, a Rocky, this isn't near to a grown man. Then this isn't like close before four, you made this decision and if you ever want to come back, you can come right back. No one's keeping you there. And when I heard like that and you know, the kind of, I already kind of knew that, but my mind was so used to the old lifestyle and old programming that I kind of like rebelled against it at first. And then once I realized, you know, he's right, this is, this is on me and this is what I want to do, I do believe that I can do something better and different. And I kind of just expanded on that and went from there and the amount of just blessings in so many different forms that have Kevin kind of came to me since then is almost like unreal. People that knew me 10 years ago would just, are still calling me these days now and just like, wow, ''like Rocky, well, what are you doing? I want to know what you're doing''. And that was actually kind of what sparked my interest too, to start speaking about it more openly because I thought that, Hey, if I can, you know, sex on my good friends from back then that are in it. And there's so many, especially in our country, the number of people that you know, are going through the justice system and then until then like they didn't do anything different. They had this, as you were saying, quote-unquote, social stigma on them. You know, I think it's in the millions, if not more than that. So it's very, very high. And I was like, you know, what, if I can start reaching out to some people we can start to slow you know, set, change our society. I think HL Magnum said it. I mean, if you want to know what a society is about and what they're doing, go see how they treat, you know, the lowest level of people, which quote-unquote, is the people incarcerated, sick, mental issues. For me, that was all of the above. And that's I think where like we need to start a lot, but a lot of like attention effort and, and help him through his people that are feeling like that. And you know, for me, as I said, I'm before still, I'm still on that journey. You know, it's up and down. I have days where it's not as easy. I have days where even in the past seven years, I've been tempted to, to kind of look back in that old lifestyle. But one thing, if you're, especially if you're someone that comes from my background, which I'm not shy to say, you know, I had a lot of you know, drugs and violence and selling, and that was what eventually wound me up in prison. If you had that kind of like entrepreneurial hustler spirit inside of you anyway, once you get a taste of the lifestyle that I'm now living is, you know, progressive moving forward, making progress each day trying to help people and touch lives and then just, you know, expand and expand and grow. You don't want to look back as much anymore. You learn from your past, but you want to move forward and you almost like start to become just looking forward each day to see what kind of, what kind of issues life can throw at you and how well you can handle them and deal with them and move on.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

You know you said something that I think is key. And I think that you know, to our, our brothers and sisters out there, they may be listening to us that may be living in that way, where it type of lifestyle. And I know we all know people that are that way. We love them dearly. That's their life. This is our life. But you said something that I think is powerful. And I think sometimes a lot of people negate that in and I'm going to call it to a very famous rapper who kind of took what you're saying and elevated it tremendously when you're in that lifestyle. And you're hustling and grinding, as we say on the streets, right? When you're hustling and grinding, you're running your business, you're handling your business, you're handling business, right? You're making sure that you know, profits flowing in and, you know, customers are satisfied and marketing efforts are going, you're handling your business. Although it's not a, you know, a business we want to, you know, glamorize or anything, but those key concepts in those key skills that you do when you're doing that, you transcend into being a legitimate business, the hustle and grind don't stop. The game is still the same. Whether you're doing the street life or the entrepreneurial life is just a different type of product. It's just a different type of customer you're dealing with. And you, you just said, you know, that you took your skills from what you were doing. And yeah, you've had a lot of, you know, stuff, bad stuff has happened that you've seen that has happened to you. But without that stuff happening to you, you wouldn't be able to talk about it today. You would be able to share your experiences. And by us having these conversations, you never know who's listening. That may need to hear not me saying, but you say it that, that you may change your life. You know? And so I think it's just important for people to understand like you were this, you weren't a bad boy. You weren't a bad boy and you turned your life around. And now you're just this businessman living and thriving and you know, an LA or Southern California, so to speak. And Jay Z did the same thing. Jay Z was a coping crack and he took your hustle and grinding skills. And it's no secret. Everybody knows that he took his hustle and grinding skills and invested his drug money into himself and other rappers. And that's how his company developed. And he just the skills, don't the wisdom of fields don't change. It's just a different product that you're marketing, which is a legitimate product. And that you can go so much further with it and you avoid most likely be caught up in the penitentiary system. So kudos to you. And I salute you and I applaud you for, you know, being able to step out of that, you know, shield and not want to talk about it because the more you talk about it, the more you help people and the more you heal yourself and you get to understand that it was just part of your journey. That's brought you to where you are today. Right?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

Exactly, exactly. And I was saying that, talk about it for a very long time.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

Yeah, I bet you were, but now you're able to talk about it and you're pursuing wisdom upon so many of us that, that need to understand that. So I want to ask you because this is perplexing, you know, here you are, you know, an Indian, you know, Indian fella, you're of Indian descent, excuse me. And you know, you're talking about stuff that most people associate with being Latino or black, or, you know, you know, all that kind of stuff. How did your family, how did your family react to you when you, when you decided that when you told them that you wanted to make the change, where they did they take you seriously? Or did they say, oh, here he goes again? What's the difference between your mom and your dad? How did your family act when you decided to make this positive change in your life?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

Yeah. So, I mean, obviously when everything happened, especially legal wise and then the things that happen with the attempted murder and everything, they were devastated. And not only my family, my friends they've seen me do everything from teaching tennis, to drive a pizza hut, to being a waiter, to wanting to start this business and that business try this and that as well as on top of everything else, you know, illicit I was doing. So I think everybody was kind of like, ah, here we go again and do something else. Like, we don't know what's going to happen next, but let's see, let's see how it goes. Well, I remember my father, when I first, after I was in LA for two years, the first time he came to visit me, he looked around at the car that was driving and the house that chatroom that I eventually built in two years in LA and he kind of pulled me aside and he was like, 'so Rocky, tell me, are you still selling? Like, what are you, what are you actually doing? I was like, dad, look around like, I'm doing hair now.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

You know, I know my boy, you gotta be doing some on the under, you know, cause this baby for real. Right.

Rocky Singh Kandola:

Exactly. Exactly.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

Oh, wow. That's good. Is your, is your dad and your family, is your mom still living?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

Yeah. Yeah. Everyone. My parents are both still, you know, a blessing to be alive and healthy and well they're, they're both living still in Alabama. I try to get them out of there as much as I can, but they, they like our home is there to have a house there. So they kind of my father's practices down there as well. So it's kind of, they're kind of like stuck in that area, but my father is actually right now, finally, he won't retire for some reason, but he's actually taking a two-month break in India right now as we speak. So I'm glad he's out there enjoying themselves.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

Oh, that's good. Yeah. Sorry. You're in Alabama, but that's good that he's in India. I know you know about this. I have a masters degree in Ayurveda and I am an Ayurvedic practitioner And so I'm going, I'm going somewhere with this when you were in India and you're working on the farm and you know, Ayurvedic is everywhere it's, you know, in India, so to speak it's, it's everywhere. it's an essence, like hurry, you know, like Curry and that Steph and Curry, but Curry. Yeah. It's, you know, it's an essence did you get involved in any of those types of practices that helped you further solidify your journey positively? Or was it just basically just getting back in touch with your spiritual self and nature and allowing them to evolve in that aspect?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

Great question. So I love it. That's all I'm doing is because I say actually reflect that to myself too. So when I first started in India, that the biggest thing for me at that point, France and my journey and everyone's journey is a little bit different. Obviously for me, it was, it was finding a way to create a lifestyle where I could still kind of do what I wanted to do and earn money legally. And that was like the biggest, first step for me. So when I was in India is when I actually, you know, started to say, okay, after a month or two on the farm, I was like, what can I do? You know, what can I do to like, to do something different, to earn on my own and to stand on my own feet and without having to look over my shoulder and, you know, make money and make a life for myself. And it was wild. I tried everything from, you know, things like restaurants for land to liquor stores, this and that, this and that until one day when I was there, I pulled out a one-page business plan that I actually made wild in state prison. And I had a flashback when I was like sitting under a bed using a cell phone that was snuck in with people on the top of the bunks. Like we call it a hot railing, looking out for police coming by then. And me and my bump mate calling his sister and his girl and outside asking them, you know, Hey, you know, how's the hair doing? What're the prices on it? What do people want? And from those conversations put together a one-page business plan. And I think it was almost three years later when I was out in India this time I pulled that plan out. And I made one Facebook post and all my homegirls from high school, like, well, you know, Rocky, you're doing hair now, but we'd love to work with you. Like, you know, send us some samples, bring them to us. So that was like my beginning. I can do something now and, you know, funny enough the Ayurvedic, the holistic lifestyle, meditation, yoga queen eating, I actually quit eating meat. Cut out a lot of things in my life. Everything from smoking cigarettes and smoking weed too, you know, doing anything, access to any drugs at all happened when I came to LA and I went through another, you know, life journey where I, where I met a woman and we got married and then ended up separating. And that was kind of this thing that sparked, you know, at me in Los Angeles, like, you know what I started noticing in LA, I was kind of not meeting the exact people that were, I was meeting the same people I met and the old quote-unquote old life, I guess, and it's something different and I don't want to create the same thing. So did a full-stop while I was out here, we separated, I was homeless, living in a minivan. You know, I was even drinking quite a bit those days. I was still doing my business. And I was going through a tough time, just my heartbreak. And I really wanted to be with this woman and we were separating. And so one of my friends Sean from Korea came to live with me for, you know, not even a couple of weeks. And Sean has just been a beautiful blessing and a light in my life, you know since I've known him when I was 17. And when he came to me this time, he didn't try to teach me to Sandrine her, to show me anything. He didn't try to tell me to do anything. He just kind of lived with me and lived this lifestyle of clean eating of meditation, of yoga and introduced me to so many, like people around LA that were involved in this lifestyle as well. That, you know, I was hoping to accepting and receiving it. And that's when I got into, you know, like, you know, high alkaline diets cutting out red meat and meat altogether you know, meditation and yoga and working out daily. And then the communion of, of being around people with those energies, you know, when you go to some of these studios and centres in LA, don't even have to have many conversations. You can literally just sit next to someone and then have a smile and you can feel that energy and that vibe that goodness and I fell in love with it. It is. It's amazing. It's an amazing trip.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

It's kind of like, you know, you know, put yourself back in the hood, so to speak. It's kind of like when you know, you can't see anything, but, you know, but your, I want to say your radar is up, you know, something's about to go down, right? You can't see it. There's nothing that looks out of the ordinary. It's just a vibe that you feel right. You know, something about to go down, same thing, different vibe, the same thing around those high energies. People are just like this holistic thing. You can't explain it, you feel the vibe, you know, something's going down around you, but who cares because you feel so good? You know what I mean? You just like, you want to embrace and be a sponge and soak in that good vibe because it's all around you. And it's just a beautiful feeling. I can't, I try to explain it to people. I can't articulate it in words, all I can say is it's just a feeling that you know it's a feeling like no OnDeck, no other. And, you know, you just can make a complete turnaround in, in your life as for the outright, your life is for the better. And I'm like, I can talk to you for like another 55, 60 minutes, but we're coming to our time, Rocky. And so I want to just ask you, like, if you had anything you wanted to say to people listening to you today with regards to just what we've been talking about and your methods for the world, what would you share with us right now?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

I would say that after looking back and after all this time on this journey I did a lot of things, you know, following what some would call like God, something inside of us. And I realize now that when I have the awareness to look back that every change I've made, everything I've done, no matter I did have help. I did have YouTube videos and reading books and, you know, diving into positivity. But it all comes from within. And we all, all of us have that extraordinary ability inside of us to create the life we want the environment we want, the energy we want. And the biggest part it starts with is your thoughts and what you believe. So I would tell everybody to really look inside themselves, take the time to separate themselves from distractions and the outside world, to dive within and find where your soul's calling really is. And that's all inside of you. And then follow that. Usually, when we follow our souls and our hearts, we're not going wrong. And the ability to create the life that you desire to get over or to get past or beyond or to something different and transcend all that is all within you. It's as soon as you start to become aware of that within you. And it sounds easier than it is, but it is a process that everybody can do. And everyone has their journey, whether its books or YouTube videos, or friends, or church or communion, or a trip or travel everyone has their own, but you do have it within you.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

I love that. Thank you so much. What a beautiful way to close the show out today with Rocky what a beautiful, beautiful message. And if you didn't get anything from our conversation, hopefully, you've got that last message because it was very, very profound. He shared so many nuggets of gold in just that last statement, that if you were someone that is on the verge of wanting to make a positive change in your life, replay that over and over again because it will spark something in you to lead you forward in a positive manner. I believe it, I feel it. We just got through talking about that energy thing may Iraqi and that statement has powerful energy in it. And so does Rocky. So now Rocky, if people want to get in touch with you with regards to just maybe having you speak and share your message, or getting hooked up with some hair, like, Hey Rocky you know, it is your girl, the queen of feeling fabulous. Can you hook a sister up?

Rocky Singh Kandola:

I've got you covered. I got you covered 100%.

Rocky Singh Kandola:

All right. That's my boy right there.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

How can they get in touch with you? Rocky? Definitely. So I do have my own personal website that has links to all the different businesses that I'm involved in. Everything from a vacation rental, condo management to CBDTs, to, of course, hair extensions and my book and other things I'm working on as well that are coming out soon. And that website is just rockykandola.com. And then very, very open and prevalent on Google and everywhere. All my businesses are very out there. So if you just Google search Rocky Singh Kandola or a Hair Made in India, you'll find out everything about us. And my entire team knows me very well. They've been through the same type of things I've been through as well. So, you know, you call any one of us. You can reach me as well. And we'll do the talk with you, Bob, with you and, you know, discuss anything you want from here to condos, to CBD, to energy, good energy, and beautiful life. So feel free to hit us up.

Rochelle Marie Lawson:

Love it, Thank you so much Rocky for being a guest on the bristle. Any show, I love this conversation. I'm going to have to bring you back because we got lots to talk about. I just was like, oh my God, I got 97 questions that I wrote down. And just, you know, it's, it's interesting, like you young enough to be my son and I can relate to you, not all your experiences, but I can relate to what you were sharing with, you know, going from negative to positive. And so I love that and I love when young people are or anybody for that matter are able to completely spin on a diet to make that change. And so it's a beautiful thing and you've got a message and wisdom to share. So thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much. And I want to thank the listeners. Very welcome. I want to thank the listeners. Please share this show with everybody you love and care about because I know all of you got somebody in your family that needs to hear the message and the words of wisdom that Rocky just shares. No matter how much we want to discounted negate it, not see it, whatever we all got family members that need to hear this message. And so please share this show with everybody you love and care about. I want to thank the sponsors of the show, blissful living for you at blissful, living for you.com. Please go check them out. If you want to get a fabulous fit spine and sexy elevate your wellness, wisdom and wealth, you want to check out a blissful living for you.com for sure. And if you need Telcom installations and you're looking for a really exceptional company that can handle that for you and make sure you get the right connection the first time, then check out all day cable Inc at all-day cable Inc com and Rocky is a sponsor of today's show. So please make sure you share some love with him on social media when the show is posted and broadcasted all over the place. And until next time I am Rochelle Marie Lawson, the queen of feeling fabulous. And as always, I'm wishing you peace to your mind, wellness to your body and tranquillity to your spirits until next time. Take care and goodbye for now.