What does it take to earn that magical 6 figures income?
From Homeless to 6 Figures in 3 Years
Do you ever imagine you’d end up on the streets after an unsuccessful childhood and sports career that goes nowhere? Yet, there’s a silver lining. Welcome to the world of James Burke, a world-ranked business coach who’s gone from homeless to plentiful in just three years.
James Burke’s story is anything but normal. Oftentimes, business or life coaches go through hours of seminars, training, educational years with college or classes dedicated to their craft, and perhaps a mentorship with another business coach they admire. Each of these situations are standard preparation for becoming one of THE premier business coaches in the world.
James Burke took an entirely different–and unforeseen route–that captures his path towards transformation and dazzling success. Let’s take a glance at his journey to being known as The Business Coach.
The Early Years
From the moment James Burke arrived on the scene in the city of Manchester in the UK, he had his sights set on the sport of boxing at age 12. He worked hard, He achieved a national level in England.
As the years ticked by and his boxing skills improved substantially, at age 16 he got involved with the wrong people and places. He got into trouble more than he cares to admit, dropping out of school, hanging out with the wrong crowd, and basically not maintaining a level of education or social connection that would further his boxing career in a positive direction.
Fast forward to age 21 when James Burke broke his jaw in a boxing match, which ultimately led to an early diagnosis of osteoporosis. His boxing career was over. Since his identity was thoroughly wrapped up in the sport, it was eventually taken away at the age of 22.
James Burke was homeless.
He felt lost and trapped in a world of unknowns. He became depressed, suicidal, and subsequently diagnosed with psychosis. “When you have a breakdown, know that just on the other side of the pain and suffering is your greatest truth” became the mantra of James Burke as he picked himself up and decided enough is enough.
He hit the pavement running by meeting a fine young woman, having his first child, got offered his first job 18 months later, and 18 months after that, became a director of a sales agency that won an award as the BEST in the UK. All of these accomplishments happened as a result of Mr. Burke not succumbing to a life of victimization or mental health, or joblessness. He made results happen and they ultimately landed him with his first six-figure income thereafter.
6 Tips for Success
James Burke has risen in stature mainly due to his action steps. He feels that if you work harder on yourself than you do your business, your business will naturally grow and evolve. He believes in educating yourself to understand yourself, a personal development and transformation as being the root of all success.
Following are tips for success that James Burke shares in his recent podcast which outlines how he went from being a downtrodden homeless teenager to a world-renowned business coach.
- Read two books per week preferably speed reading, as this allows the mindset to adapt and acclimate, and grow your brain’s capacity.
- Read five sales books of which 2 of the 5 should be:
- Pick a theme to work on every action step requires a central focus, taking step by step measures to achieve the goal. Don’t rush, and give yourself gaps in between the reading to let the information be absorbed into your psyche.
- Put something into action after reading a book it’s not simply reading and learning, but applying what you’ve read, that’s the key. If you read a finance-focused book, (which James recommends Richest Man in Babylon) then those gaps between reading are well-suited for taking on more action steps.
- Take notes have one notebook as a journal and a separate notebook with action points. The journal allows you to write down every emotion, dream, or thought that comes into your brain. Whatever works for you and your style of memory.
Make the time–speed reading helps tremendously. James feels “you can miss a meal, but you can never miss your reading time, or you end up on a poor man’s journey.”
When James Burke was on track to earn six-figures, he realised everything was happening so fast that he wanted to help as many people as possible discover their true potential. It became his life’s work.
As a former homeless person, James started doing things with homeless charities, and his mission then hit him upside the head. He wanted to expand his reach and help millions more! The bigger REASON soon became his biggest motivation.
James Burke, as a business coach, felt his true purpose was to give others that REASON. He said the switch was a gradual process for him, as he first made the mental dedication, and followed through with the physical determination. From his last boxing match, which left him with no real future, to his first step in saying “NEVER AGAIN” James began his transformation.
As a business coach and master of marketing tactics, James Burke was on a roller coaster, and it is that type of ride that’s become his greatest achievement. What most businesses want is to increase their profits, have a synergized team, and to find solutions for working long hours. He can get you there.
Since he primarily operates in the Manchester UK area, James Burke offers free seminars each month on a variety of subjects all dealing with business. He wrote a book that’s due out in a few months, and you can reach him on LinkedIn or any one of his uploaded YouTube videos.
Customers who work with James Burke want a transformational difference, and his sensational tips can make or break your business. Discover your REASON and your WHY today, the James Burke way!
The full transcript
– [Martin Rodgers] Hi James, welcome to Entrepreneur Survival Guide. It’s great to have you with us. As always with our podcasts, we like to start off by offering some value to our listeners to help them achieve their goals and be more successful. So let’s jump straight in. Tell us what you think is the top number one tip you can give to business owners and entrepreneurs to be more successful.
– [James] Awesome, thanks and thanks for having me as well. My top tip is an easy one, work harder on yourself than you do in your business.
– [Martin Rodgers] Okay, that’s interesting. So want do you mean by harder on yourself? Do you mean go to the gym 10 times a week and that kind of stuff?
– [James] Not really, no, not necessarily. Physical fitness is great and it’s definitely gonna help your mindset and your business as well in a diluted way. I mean more the personal development, self development stuff. As you grow, your business can never grow outside the owner, so a business can outgrow and outperform the person that’s at the top of the pyramid, so to speak, so work harder on yourself, grow yourself, educate yourself, work harder on yourself than you do in your business.
– [Martin Rodgers] Okay, so we’re kind of eluding to the Einstein’s quote which I’ll probably do no favours to here, but goes something along the lines of the level of thinking that got us to where we are today isn’t the level of thinking that’s gonna get us to the next level, is that right?
– [James] Exactly. You cannot solve the problems that you face today at the same level as you were when you created them. Absolutely.
– [Martin Rodgers] Okay cool. So I get that and that seems a fab thing to say. Potentially harder to put into practise, so what would you suggest is kind of the first step on that journey to personal development and continuing to grow yourself?
– [James] Yeah, good question. So I always say to people the big thing, the big difference between the millionaires, the billionaires, my top clients started over nine figures and those people are really struggling whether it be in life or business, I call it the Big AC. I have an acronym for it, it’s the Big AC. And the B stands for books. Now look, we live in a tech world, you don’t have to just learn through books anymore, you can learn through podcasts, seminars, videos, Audible, whatever it might be. Usually, I always say to people, there’s a big gap in terms of what millionaires, billionaires, and the super successful have and what those that are really struggling have. And where is that gap? Is it in terms of IQ? Does a millionaire have 10 times more than the average person? Yeah, can they have a 10 times higher IQ? It’s impossible. And what about time? Do they have 10 times more hours in a day? No, it’s impossible. So the gaps are quite small there, if any gap. The place where the gaps start opening up is in the Big AC. So the B stands for books, basically it means educating yourself. The average CEO reads 60 books a year, whereas the average person in the UK, 58% of people never read a book again in their life after the finish education, i.e. college or university.
– [Martin Rodgers] Which is fascinating cause I’ve read far more books now than I ever did at school, which probably says a lot. So I guess that, is that something where you’re walking the walk as well as talking the talk. Can you read a lot of books yourself?
– [James] Absolutely, I’ve test and measure and I target meself on reading two books a week. So within a 10 year period, and it’s probably coming up on 10 years now that I’ve been doing that, in a 10 year period that’s 1,000 books.
– [Martin Rodgers] Fab
– [James] Now imagine how smart you’d be if you read 1,000 books.
– And likewise, if you don’t, what about the people are? There are 1,000s of books in front of you, so, again, like I said, it doesn’t have to just be books. However, no matter what, it is absolutely critical. First thing I work on with my clients is mindset, education, and improving themselves. Business cannot grow if you do not grow.
– [Martin Rodgers] Okay, so the business cannot grow if you do not grow and you’ve read about a 1,000 books in the last ten years, which is awesome. I assume, we’re potentially not suggesting to go out and read Lord of the Rings and Macbeth, I’m sure it will help a little bit, but, broadens the mind, so what would be your top three books maybe, or even just your top one book, to put you on the spot cause I know we haven’t asked you to prepare or anything, so what would be the top book that you’d suggest people go out and start to digest?
– [James] Great point and you did real well thinking of two fictional books off the top of your head. Whenever I’ve tried to do that I struggle. You did really well in coming up with Lord of the Rings so on and so forth. I usually use Harry Potter. My top three books, number one it would be, there’s a book from a guy called Jim Rohn who is the godfather of personal development, and he’s Tony Robbins’s mentor, Brad Sugars’s, number one business coach in the world, he was his mentor. Jim Rohn is the man and he has a book called Seven Strategies to Wealth and Happiness. That is the best book I’ve ever read. Very very good. The other two, it would really depend, in terms of personal development stuff, I’d read one of Tony Robbins’s, Awaken the Giant Within or Unleash Your Power. Both very very good books. There’s a book called Be the Best as well. That’s another very good book so, those, I mean, there’s three or four books there, absolutely fantastic, will get you on the journey. Other than that, what I would always struggle and suggest is read books, if your biggest challenge right now in the business is sales, read five sales books. Don’t go sales, marketing, personal development, finance, team. Do five sales books. You’ll be such a great salesperson compared to where you are now five books in. Same thing if you challenge is marketing, you read five marketing books.
– [Martin Rodgers] Okay, so, pick a theme of what you might consider, I want to think of a better word than weakness, an area of opportunity to develop and learn. Pick a theme around that and work on that for a bit and then move on to the next theme and just digest as much as you can.
– [James] Yeah, exactly and what you’ll find with a lot of great books, you only have to find one cause they’ll normally have recommendations in there, either books that they’ve mentioned throughout the book, I’ve picked this up here, or they’ll have recommendations at the end.
– [Martin Rodgers] That’s a superb top tip as well really, such a really, little golden nugget because how many of us spend so much time looking at review blogs, top ten books on sales or top ten books on personal development. You end up with one blog that tells you, this is the top ten and then the next blog tells you a different top ten, so, like you say, you get to the end of a book and then just go for the top recommendation in that book, if you’ve enjoyed it I guess.
– [James] Exactly, yeah, and everyone to their own strengths. I mean there’s a book on finance, pretty much all the top guys in the world and I’m talking super billionaires with a B, have mentioned this book and it’s called The Richest Man in Babylon and it’s astounding to me, and this is what I’m talking about in personal development, where we start seeing the gap. I’ve said before, IQ, there isn’t much of a gap, time, hours in the day, not much of a gap, but look at how much people read, huge gaps start opening up. This book, Richest Man in Babylon, Warren Buffet recommends it, Tony Robbins recommends it, Jim Rowen recommends it, millions of people have heard this recommendation and they don’t really get involved. Nothing and Warren Buffet went on record saying this book was a turning point in my life. I mean this is one of the richest guys in history, if he’s saying it’s a good book to read in terms of finance, go and read it. Richest Man in Babylon, fantastic book.
– [Martin Rodgers] Okay and that’s really interesting, you started to mention there, about the amount of people that are ready, but not putting anything into action. So I remember, I think it would’ve been a Tony Robbins Unleashed, Get the Edge or Unlimited Power, one of those two audio guides and he want through several percentages about the amount of the percentage of people that don’t pick up any kind of personal development, then the percentage of people that buy it, but just put it on a shelf and don’t do anything with it, and the percentages get crazier an crazier, then the percentage of people that listen to it, but don’t take action on it as well, which is another just crazy thing, if I read it or listen to it, then great things will happen, which is simply not true. So what would be your top tip on that theme in terms of reading a book and then putting something into action? How do you go about that personally?
– [James] That’s a great question you’ve got sir and it’s massive. So I have two different ways of taking notes, now not everybody, this is something Tony’s big on, when your learning something, take notes, it helps your retention just dramatically. The average person takes in 10% of the info at a seminar, for example, take notes, that improves to 56% and the is true if you’re reading, watching a video, Audible, whatever it might be. Taking notes is absolutely key. So I have two different notebooks, one of them is just a journal and the stuff that really makes me go wow, that is good, that is impressive, I need to recall this at a later date, that goes in my journal. Now that journal over the last five years is almost a full book now and that book has got to be, you know, it’s worth thousands and thousands, hundreds of thousands of pounds to me. The amount of information in all that’s in there from some of the greatest minds on the planet and upon it’s history. Then I have a separate book and that’s my notebook for action points. So I never combine the two, cause it gets a little messy and then notes end up getting forgotten. So I just make a list of action points. Now with action points, the sooner you get them in your diary, the better. I run my day off a diary. If you don’t run the day, the day runs you. So I run my day very strict from the time, run off a diary and all my big goals, all the little action points that I want to take go straight into my diary.
– [Martin Rodgers] Okay, brilliant. So do make those actions as you’re reading the book or do you get to the end of the book and then make the actions? What works for you?
– [James] What works for me is doing it as I go. Everyone’s different. That’s my reality. It doesn’t have to be yours or anybody or any of you listeners. Whatever works for you, do that. Find your own way, find what works for you. This is just my tips and, like I said, my reality. I do it as I go, my memory’s terrible and so I counterbalance that by being super organised. So that’s the way I do it, although I know some great people with some great numbers who wouldn’t be able to do that again, so find what works for you.
– [Martin Rodgers] Yeah, they’re super annoying those people who can recall everything they read properly. I think you mentioned reading was it two books a week?
– [James] Two books a week is what I’m tracking at the minute, yeah, and for the last couple years.
– [Martin Rodgers] Okay so reading two books a week and making notes in two different journals as you go along, that sounds really time consuming. If I might ask, how do you find that time? Have you been on a speed reading course? Are you super fast at reading? What’s your approach there?
– [James] That’s another great question. So I was just gonna add, until you mentioned speed reading, if you’re gonna do a lot of reading, learn how to do it well. And speed reading not only helps you read quicker, it helps you take in the information really well. So rewind six, seven years and I was trying to get through two books a week and I would read and I would read four pages and then think, well what the hell have I just read? I forgot what I had just read on those four pages cause I was focused on something else. Speed reading helps you on studying information. So, I mean, there’s books that you can get for three, maybe four or five quid, on speed reading and they’re 100 pages long, 150 pages long, and you’ll come out the other side, I mean, you’ll have saved that amount of time that it’s cost you, financially the time you’ve invested within two books. So, yeah, speed reading, go and get a speed reading book. If there’s a local course near you, go and do that. That’s a big big game changer and the rest of it is all about making time. So the poor man says, and I’ve had this challenge, “James, listen, I work all day, I get home, I have a bite to eat, and then I watch a little bit of TV and it’s time for bed.” That’s the poor man’s mentality. You’ve got to find the time and especially if you’re speed reading. Jim Rohn, who’s book I recommended earlier, always says you can miss a meal, never miss your reading.
– [Martin Rodgers] Okay.
– [James] It’s the thing that makes a huge difference to your lives. To be honest, it’s maybe 45 minutes a day, again because I’m speed reading it will only take me three days to read a book. So, 45 minutes a day, the average book is 200 pages, you can do it pretty quickly once you get better at speed reading. So for now, until, read your first book on speed reading, you’ll do a book a week anyway and build your way up to two.
– [Martin Rodgers] This sounds really really good advice, that does. I think, for those that potentially use an apple device, you get a report every week that says how much time you spent on average a day on your phone and I know looking at my phone, I should be able to find 45 minutes a day to read easily cause it’s telling me I spend seven hours, or something like that on my phone, and I think if people look at a report of that or even just making note of how much time they’re spending on a phone or other mobile device, they’ll realise that that 45 minutes is there every single day, if not double that amount of time is there, available as well.
– [James] Quite comfortably. If people didn’t Facebook, LinkedIn, and again, the challenge is nowadays is they use social media for work. It’s like, yeah, okay so split it way down. Usually, the average person in the UK spends over 2 hours a day on Facebook. Now even if you split that down to 50/50, there’s still an hour there. You can go read your personal friend’s news feeds, spend that hour a day educating yourself, spend that hour a day working on yourself, and changing yours and your families life as opposed to reading about what your neighbours did.
– Yes, absolutely. Yeah, I don’t think anybody’s got five years down the line and look if they’ve achieved their goals and gone, wow, I’ve achieved my goals because I’ve spent two hours a day on Facebook. Not many, maybe Mark Zuckerberg himself, but the rest of us no. So one of the things I was thinking through that, that requires a lot of dedication and motivation and that for those that are watching the podcast, we can’t help but notice, this memorabilia behind you, which seems to be connected to your good self. So tell us a little bit now about your background, where did you start and how do you, what’s your motivation and story to helping other succeed?
– [James] Good question, I’ll give you a whirl-wind tour cause otherwise we could be here all day. So I start with boxing as you can tell. This is all my boxing memorabilia at the back covered in the picture of Muhammad Ali here in the corner. I started boxing at age 12. I absolutely loved it. I wasn’t the most naturally gifted. There were certainly lads better than me when I started out. Just worked hard. Really enjoyed it that played a big part in it. Put in a lot of hours. Got to a real good level, got to a national level, and then at 16, I made a lot of mistakes, I was a bit of a troubled youth. I grew up on a council of state and fit the stereotype of young lad who boxes, living on council of state. Got in to a lot of trouble with the police, got kicked out of high school and ended up homeless at 16. So it went through all this drama for the next kind of five years, tried to turn my life around by turning professional. Turned professional, only for that to end in disaster. I ended up breaking my jaw and getting diagnosed with osteoporosis, which is brittle bones, which meant I couldn’t fight anymore. Then I was at this kind of age, 21, 22. I’d been boxing 10 years, which was almost over half my life and it was my identity. It’s what people knew me for, if someone were to say then, hey do you know a James Burke? He’d say, yeah, he’s the boxer. And it was all I’ve ever wanted to do. So it was almost like my identity had been taken away from me. I suffered really badly with depression. I was suicidal, diagnosed with psychosis. So I had a really tough time, that time between 16 to 21, 22. Really tough time and hit rock bottom and at that point I always advise people to do this, I always advise clients nowadays this, so when you have a breakdown, a break up with a partner maybe, a break apart, like I did with my family, whatever that breakdown is, just on the other side of that is your breakthrough and that was definitely true for me. I turned my life around and had my first child, my son, Matthew, and went and got a job in a state agency. So just that answering the phones, answering the telephones. Within 18 months I was a branch manager, 18 months after that my branch won an award for the best state agency business in the UK, biggest profit growth, and about 18 months after that, seems to come in 18 month cycles, I was a director for one of the largest agencies in the UK, which was Yelp, I was head online agent. So everything had gone really really quickly, I was on six figures at this point. So I’ve go from virtue of being homeless, not that many years before, to earning six figures and it all just escalated really quickly and my big thing then was how can I help as many people as possible? I’ve kind of had this mission, I’ve always had this thing of helping other people, especially from being homeless. So I started doing little bits with homeless charities, and then this kind of mission hit me of trying to make a difference to a million people before 2030. That came and it planted a seed, similar to the film Inception and it grew and it grew and it grew and that is my massive motivator now. And the bigger your reason, the bigger, I mean, it will pull you towards it anyway and pull you through pretty much any barrier. That’s my mission and vision now is to make a difference to a million by 2030 and that’s the big motivator really and that’s what people need, you need a big reason and sometimes it can feel like you’re in over your head a little bit. A great coach, whether it be a life coach or a business coach, will be able to help you with that reason and find your reason and that massive amount of motivation.
– [Martin Rodgers] Beautiful story, very inspirational without a doubt. What I was really curious about there was when did that switch happen? So from the troubled council of state kid to the guy that wanted to go out and make a difference like you are now, what, can you remember when the switch actually happened? Did it happen gradually or did it kind of happen in an instant?
– [James] It was a gradual thing. It was picking up just from things that I’ve seen, read, people that I’ve met and wanted to help. I suppose the one, there has to be something of a turning point in the vast majority of this stuff, I’ve grown and grown and grown as a person, it’s not been just one thing. The turning the point, just the mental switch, you’re life changes in a minute, you’re whole life will change in one minute when you make a decision. My decision was when I was literally at rock bottom, I was suicidal, I’d gone from having my last fight as a 12 stone boxer to being 17 stone and this was in the space of less than a year, so I’ve put on 5 stone in a year just from eating junk food and being depressed and I just kinda sat there wondering how did I get here? You know I was this really popular guy, my whole future ahead of me, destined to be world champion and all this kind of thing, and I’ve gone from sitting there all the way, out of shape, no real future and I just kind of said, enough’s enough, never again, never again will I sit in this position, just kind of that old cliche of hitting rock bottom and when you decide that never again, well you mean it, never ever again.
– [Martin Rodgers] Yeah, so one of the reasons podcasters don’t talk to much about decision versus commitment, and what was kind of the first commitment that you made? What was the first action that you took?
– [James] The first action that I took was getting a job because I’d always been sports orientated and little part-time jobs and knew that I needed to go and get a career now. So the first action that I took was just apply, and literally I applied to 50, 60 estate agency jobs and to be honest, I didn’t get on many interviews at all, my CV was poor, just the lack of experience. I only had two interviews and the first interview that I did, I got the job, so I just took it. I took it and ran with it and yeah, the rest is history.
– [Martin Rodgers] Cool, which is amazing, and now work as a coach of other business owners, that’s right yeah?
– [James] Yeah.
– [Martin Rodgers] And what’s some of the greatest achievements you have with some of your clients that you’ve worked with?
– [James] That’s a good question. So lots of facts, figures, and numbers and transactional stuff and all the bits that people think they want. So I talk about this regularly, there’s different levels, you’ve got your local level businesses, which the problem, the reason that they’re local level and not national level is you’re getting no supplies of what we need and want. Think of a great sandwich shop, it might do a great sandwich, Janice, who serves the sandwich might be lovely. Now if I want delivery and she doesn’t deliver. Unfortunately, she doesn’t provide what I need and want. Things like that will stall her growth. You got national level, but do deliver what you need and want, think this guy, for me all I want is boxing on a Saturday night and you can deliver that, although not a great business to deal with. The world class level is what would your customers love? Think Disney, Disney didn’t just give you the rollercoaster, they’re giving you the entertainment while you queue for the rollercoaster. Think amazon, they didn’t just give you the delivering three to five days for five pounds, they give you next day deliver for free. Think Steve Jobs at Apple, didn’t give us Snake II or Snake III, he gave us the iPhone, which is you’re walking sitemap, email, calendar, everything that you need. So what would your customers love? For me the need and want, what most business want when they start working with me is an increase in profit, an increase in turnover, problems with their team, they want to iron the team out and have a synergized team or they want to work less, they’re working too many hours and tonnes of those stories, I work with a gentleman called Mark, he’s done a great job. He started his business at the beginning of this year, so 10-11 months ago. A start-up, literally turn on and off and didn’t start with an existing client base and he’s now doing 50-60 grand a month in home care. He’s doing an incredible job. Won a marketing award as well form the stuff that he’s learned working together. Worked with a company last year, gentleman named John, his business went from 1.8 million to 18 and that was just within a couple of years. Incredibly incredible results, but to be honest that’s the stuff that the customers need and want, that’s the stuff that my clients, my prospects need and want. The things that they would love is the transformational differences, the recombinant of equal, to find happiness, that’s the key stuff and for example, John, who’s business went from 1.8 to 18, as happy as he is now that his business is now an eight figure business, he saw his kids nativities for the first time last year and cried for the first time at that nativity for kids with an erasers as soon as they started speaking he burst out and that was the first time he could be crying in 20 years.
– [Martin Rodgers] Wow
– [James] So that’s personal development, the transformational stuff, people really transform and that’s the biggest difference, that’s the true happiness.
– [Martin Rodgers] Yeah so the myth, the money is great stats to talk about and we often see on social media great stats like that, etc. But I’m with you, I think it’s the means to the end is what that results in and the transformational stuff that you mentioned there as well. So that’s amazing stuff and you operate in the Manchester area, is that right?
– [James] That’s right, yeah.
– [Martin Rodgers] Yeah, fab. And you mentioned wanting to help a million people, so if someone is listening to this or watching this, and they want to be one of that million people and why wouldn’t they be, if they want to see that massive increases in their revenue and their lifestyle, how do they reach out to you? Where’s the best place to get in contact with James?
– [James] So there are tonnes of ways, and tonnes of ways I can help people as well. To help a million people, to help a million one-to-one clients is a big goal, right? So there’s a programme for every business, I can help as many people as I can for free. I do free seminars almost every month on a variety of different subjects all through business and they’re usually done in Manchester, Salford, that kind of area. Find all of those on Eventbrite or LinkedIn. Contact me on LinkedIn, James Burke, the business coach. Also on Facebook. The other big thing is put tonnes of stuff up there for free, YouTube, I do lots of video, I’m trying to help as many people as I can. And I’ve wrote a book and my book’s out pretty soon. Book will be out in the next couple of months. You will see that everywhere. You won’t be able to miss that. And then if anyone is interested in the programmes or anything like that, they can email me firstname.lastname@example.org and we can go on from there.
– [Martin Rodgers] Awesome and we’ll post the links with the blog and the podcast etc. as well. So if people haven’t been able to write it down, they’re driving or whatever it might be, by all means you’ll find the links wherever you found this podcast, which in today’s digital world you could have found it on iTunes or Anchor or on my website or whatever, but there’ll be a link there to follow. Fab, thank you ever so much for your time today, James. I think there’s some really amazing stuff in there. If people just take on board that speed reading top tips and the two journals, one for your personal notes and one for your actions, then, like you say, they’ll have massive massive more success than potentially what they’re having at the present moment whatever that success means to them. So I’d like to personally thank you for joining us on the podcast and look foreword to speaking to you again soon.
– [James] Bye and it’s been a pleasure. Thank you for having me.