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Michaela Light: 00:00 Welcome back to the show. I'm here with money and she is going to talk about how she used her intuition to cure her migraines, which, how will your migraines before you cure them, Monique?
Monique Lindner: 00:12 So I used to have migraines about five times a week, actually.
Michaela Light: 00:16 five times. how did you have a life.
Monique Lindner: 00:20 I didn't, well, um, I think I trained myself a lot in resiliency. So I got the migraines when I was about four years old. Four and a half. Yeah. And they were pretty, um, destructive, I want to say. So what happened was, um, I was, one was the kidney disease and uh, I believe that the medication, the whole stress and everything, um, had a huge impact on my nervous system. Right. And so I used to get these migraines and it took them five years to actually find out what it was. So they all thought it was like something was my ice and that, um, in the beginning they say, oh, it's a little girl. She just wants attention, you know, like she's just pretending. I'm like, sure, I've got nothing else to do.
Monique Lindner: 01:08 Uh, just the wave.
Michaela Light: 01:09 Was it painful?
Monique Lindner: 01:11 Oh, it was so painful. I did knocked out for seven days straight. Like I would, I would vomit for like two days and there was nothing left. And they would still say like, you know, she's just pretending. I would knock off chairs in the school in a primary school. And they were like, she just needs attention. And they would talk to my mom and they were like, do you think she has something mentally? You know, like she has an effing migraine. And so that was, that was crazy. So when I was about nine, a fantastic doctor, he was like, oh, she has migraines. Every mom's like, oh shit, is that curable? And he's like, no, she's not like AV that, you know, what am I going to do? And so they didn't really know because usually this, that they find my cranes in in mid h a woman and barely in men.
Monique Lindner: 02:08 Right. So it didn't really know what to do with the kid. So it just stuffed some painkillers than me. Did those help? Not at all. Oh, okay. But they still did it. Okay. So, you know, h seven and having migraines five days a week. Well by that time it wasn't five days a week, but when I had them at least like once or twice a month, they were seven days long sometimes. Wow. So it's kind of like the same. You get any schoolwork? That's it. That's a question. So I actually became really, really efficient without me knowing, which is why my work now today also goes into that. Um, and the to that part. So what I was doing was when I was actually not having too much pain, so the pain scale from one to 10, mine was usually about right. So, um, cause we want the viewers to see us.
Monique Lindner: 03:01 And so, um, would have on is that I used Fricks gumball, full breaks to already do my homework. And I used, um, because I was, by the time still, I was learning super, super fast and I didn't even need to do anything to be a top, um, top student in school. So basically I was just, when the teachers were talking, I was just doing the homework already. Right? So whenever I had pain, I didn't really need to do anything because I was done already mid schoolwork. So I tried to be as productive as possible and use the times where the pain was in the lower end of the, of the scale. Just get all of this stuff done.
Michaela Light: 03:43 Well that's very smart. So when did you, what age were you when you finally got some idea how to cure this? Cause you were taking all these Western medicine, that weren't really doing anything.
Monique Lindner: 03:55 It was horrible. So they actually, they actually broke crests a lot, right? So yeah, because they are based on our own. Um, neurosystem but we have two different ones, right? So it's the, now I'm missing the English words. Great. Uh, no, it's a pairer anyways, that we have two nervous systems, but the parasympathetic nervous system thinks yes, this one. And so, um, the problem is that a lot of people think that the migraines start in the brain, right?
Michaela Light: 04:32 They don't know where do they start?
Monique Lindner: 04:35 Well the, they start in the brain, but the problem is actually more that it's a, you are mostly, it can be also a deficiency that you have in your microbiome and.
Michaela Light: 04:50 What's a microbiome ,just for those who don't know who are listening?
Monique Lindner: 04:59 So it's, it's a, it's a bunch of bacteria and uh, viruses and probiotics, whatever that is in your, into science and the between the stomach and the intestines. Cause basically in the beginning of the end of the Times that is the, the most important thing to help you with anything basically a digestive system with your nervous, it's like the immune system as well. Like it's over 75% of your immune system is where it's coming from as well. And 90% of our serotonin is built in there. [inaudible] wow. Yeah.
Michaela Light: 05:39 That's what makes you happy.
Monique Lindner: 05:40 Right, exactly. But also it's what keeps the migraine though. So the people who have migraines usually, not all of them, but usually they do have a lack of serotonin. And so what helps you with the medications for example, that you take for the, is a serotonin receptor opener. So that more serotonin can get into the brain and the brain vessels are going to be opened up again.
Michaela Light: 06:08 It is partly a migraine where the blood vessels constrict?
Monique Lindner: 06:13 So yeah, so basically what happens is, I always call it, it's like an electricity outage in your brain. That's the easiest way to describe it, right? So the vessels go really, really small and because of the pressure in between, they're like, um, all the signals that go to your brain from your nervous system and it's an overload. It's basically like an outage and then it's just an impending in which part of the brain, you can have an aura, you can have like speech impairment, you can have visual impairments, spacial perception impairments and all those kinds of things.
Michaela Light: 06:46 What's an aura mean in this context?
Monique Lindner: 06:49 So a, an aura means for example, that for me it starts for example at wake up and I feel like my head is in as like not a screwdriver, but how's called that you ..? It's like a vice, um, for other people. And also for me, for example, I can't see properly anymore. Like everything was blurry. You seem to those stars blinking.
Michaela Light: 07:18 you sure you didn't drink too much alcohol?
Monique Lindner: 07:23 I didn't drink. I'm having crane tea. I'm not sure if that's too much though. So yeah. But to your question, the age that I found out, um, so when I was 19, I had the heaviest migraine attack of my life, including epileptic seizures and I died of a cardiac arrestSo I was clinically death for 25 seconds and I had an out of body experience. Wow. Where did you go to the outer dimension? Literally. Yeah. And I was like hovering over my buddy and by the time I was like, okay, I need to change something. I don't know how. I don't know where. I don't know when, but this is just horrible. Like I don't, I'm not going to die again from that. That's crazy. And so then I started trying acupuncture and I tried, um, homeopathy and I tried like all of this first level alternative medicine and then a few years back I thought that like, okay, there's something else.
Monique Lindner: 08:22 Like there's another layer, there's something else that makes us horrible. Right? And so I started looking deeper and deeper and deeper. And then I found all right, there's a lot of toxicity that triggers a lot. And that also caused this whole …
Michaela Light: 08:40 Where you keeping a migraine journal where you kind of see, you noted when you have to try and figure it out.
Monique Lindner: 08:48 I have a really, really crate app and that app also was the first app that tries to, um, support my crane studies because they're barely studies with actually people who have consistent migraines. And so they actually, they ask you if you want to participate in those studies and give the data that you record to them so that they are able to create more studies scientifically. And they are amazing. I love this app and I love the people behind them and their crate and it's the first app that actually also helped me to see patterns and to see, um, fluctuations in when is it better, when is it worse, and what have I done before?
Monique Lindner: 09:33 Because the thing is you don't just get the migraines. Yeah. So it's like time of three to seven days before that you need to take an account. Right. And so there was a lot of toxicities. Yeah.
Michaela Light: 09:46 How can you remember what you did? Seven days?
Monique Lindner: 09:50 Yeah. Yeah, totally. Yeah. And then I started to just recuse it, cut out the people that were to toxic [inaudible]. Obviously I didn't cut them, but you know what I mean? Right. I've done, I just distract it and not distract this tense myself from that kind of …
Michaela Light: 10:08 And when you say a toxic person. What, what does that mean for you?
Monique Lindner: 10:11 So I think the best to describe it is really is, do you know when you are with a person and you don't really know where you stand with them? Have you ever had that? So if you know a person and you know they don't like you, then you know where you stand and you know how to behave with that.
Monique Lindner: 10:35 Right? If you're with a person, you know they love you, you love them, you know exactly how to do okay, then you know how to behave. But if you are with a person that's like, there's a word and I forgot it obviously, how's it called? This word? This. There is no, it's like it's, I think it was a, if they, where you don't know what's going on and like they don't show you. It's like, it's like this Everett should Evel off just being, but you don't know. Do they actually like me? Are they just here because,.
Michaela Light: 11:14 They're giving confusing signals…
Monique Lindner: 11:14 Yes, exactly. And this is toxic.
Michaela Light: 11:19 Did they mean passive aggressive , would that be a part of it?
Monique Lindner: 11:22 Totally. There's a lot coming. Like I had friends where I at least that like I was with them for 12 years. I loved them, but when I was thinking about us like do they actually would celebrate me when I'm successful.
Michaela Light: 11:37 Or dead…
Monique Lindner: 11:41 Where they going through my funeral…
Michaela Light: 11:43 Your 25 second funeral.
New Speaker: 11:49 Or would there be like, yeah, that's shame, you know, but whatever, like you never know. Right. And so if you don't know that, if you didn't know what they would actually help you up when you're on the floor and celebrate you when you right up there, then you should get the f out.
Michaela Light: 12:10 So you started distancing yourself or cutting them out. What effect did that have on your migraines?
Monique Lindner: 12:18 Literally like the, that last three years I spent in Germany before I left, I had them five times a week. Right about between three and five times. Really hard. I had to take medications all the time. I was only on trucks basically. And then suddenly some of those people on the street, right?
Michaela Light: 12:39 Except they get high and you just had headaches or migraines. Cause migraines are far worse than headache, right?
Monique Lindner: 12:52 Yeah, that exact, I can hardly move. And to be honest, I always say like, if people ask me, how do you have headaches? I always say I wish, I really wish there was only headaches because it's so much more and people just don't. In a sense, I'm not myself. When I have migraines I can barely control what I'm saying. I can barely control where I am, who I am. Like it's really, really fun.
Michaela Light: 13:19 Maybe you were slipping into another dimension when you have a migraine. Like you're kind of pulled out of your body and it's painful.
Monique Lindner: 13:26 Yeah, because it's also, it's a part of my brain that shuts down and I can feel it and I know exactly. Okay, this is the part, like I'm really aware of it now, which is great because then I can kind of control it for myself a little bit that I'm not hurting people. That had happened before. That was really hurting people verbally. Yes, because um, they tried to help me and they didn't know how and they were doing it wrong and then would like be really passive aggressive, or aggressive, aggressive, fairly across the crisis as well. I would just, I would just tell them to f off and to leave me alone because I couldn't communicate anymore. Right. Like basically the speech apparent was so strong that the only thing I could say was like, can you just f off basically. So yeah. Leaving that behind me, changing my lifestyle really helped a lot.
Michaela Light: 14:21 When you say your lifestyle, what did he change there?
Monique Lindner: 14:26 So eight years ago I stopped drinking alcohol. Oh, that's a big thing. Yeah. Yeah. Right. And that a toxin that sir, um, I stopped smoking as well. I did smoke.
Michaela Light: 14:38 Another toxin!
New Speaker: 14:38 Yeah. It's all coming back to toxicity I think. Um, I still, that's pretty funny though. I didn't decrease a lot of sugar intake.
Michaela Light: 14:51 Oh, another toxin.
New Speaker: 14:54 Yeah. Right. Yeah.
Michaela Light: 14:56 Toxic people removed or distance. Toxic substances you were ingesting.
Monique Lindner: 15:02 Yeah. Removed toxic environments for me as well.
Michaela Light: 15:05 What now? Tell, tell us what you mean by a toxic environment.
Monique Lindner: 15:10 An environment that doesn't support your growth. So if you don't feel like you can be yourself, if you don't feel like you can go outside and just live life as you want to, that's, that's not supporting for me. And it's toxic.
Michaela Light: 15:26 Where was this toxic environment.
Monique Lindner: 15:30 For example, Germany,.
Michaela Light: 15:33 Are we alowed to say it out loud?
Monique Lindner: 15:33 well, I'm just in Germany right now, so, well it's, it's not Germany in total, but the thing is like, the, the way we live in Germany is like this huge pressure and this huge, uh, you have to be some one, you know, you have to have…
Michaela Light: 15:48 you mean, the rat race.
Michaela Light: 15:51 Well, you're supposed to have the hamster wheel. Yeah. Where you're supposed to like work hard in a job and then be someone and get a big mortgage for a big, have a big fancy car. It must be a German car. Yes. And, and you have to have, you have to buy things every week and have to keep up with the family next door. And, uh, yeah. And if you, and if you have short, yeah. You're supposed to have, get married, have a family, and then your children are supposed to be in the rat little baby rat race too. They have to,
Monique Lindner: 16:27 and if they're not, if they're not like talking, walking, running, and be already a gymnast by the age of one, like who are you kit to them,.
Michaela Light: 16:36 then your bad German parents.
Monique Lindner: 16:39 Yeah. Awesome. You're the worst. Yeah. So I mean I'm,
Michaela Light: 16:45 I thought, Germany was all relaxed and hippies.
Michaela Light: 16:50 I guess I was wrong, I guess. Yeah,
Michaela Light: 16:57 it's the uh, yeah, the rat race. I was going to say capitalist something, but I don't know if it's even capitalists. I mean,
Monique Lindner: 17:05 I, I'm, I'm not sure though if that like, it's really like how we grow up the, I think it's a very different feeling to grow up here and to visit here. It's um,
Michaela Light: 17:16 maybe you were banging your head on this hamster wheel as it went round and round. You know, every time it went round it went clunk, clunk, block.
Monique Lindner: 17:23 I was literally thrown like a hamster of washing machine for real though, and then washed over and soap to my like brainwash.
Michaela Light: 17:31 So how did you escape this toxic environment?
Monique Lindner: 17:36 So what happened was I was traveling always right. I started 13 years ago, like basically shortly after my, um, cardiac arrest. I was like, okay, not, this is the stupid. So I'm gonna start traveling. And I always started, I always struggled. Soto, always just, that's a good question. I think I'm just not a person to compromise much on my goals. And I did take a trip once with girlfriends and it was nice, but different It was a great trip, but it was pretty different to what I was expecting. And so I decided I don't want to make compromises on my expectations anymore for.
Michaela Light: 18:24 And why should you?
Monique Lindner: 18:24 Yeah. Right. Thank you. Good. Good to know. Yeah. And so why should I,
Michaela Light: 18:28 I mean, if you're not hurting anyone else and they can't see how traveling alone, it's hurting other people.
Monique Lindner: 18:33 Yeah. No, I don't. I think, no, I don't think I do hurt anyone with that other than people missing me here. I've tried to tell them, so I traveled and it was in Cambodia and [inaudible]. in 2012 that I was sending and the one that one of the little entrances, it was an effing one. Right. I'm not sure if I can swear. So I'm just saying I think I would say so. It wasn't
Michaela Light: 19:10 feel good. We don't want you to feel constrained and have a migraine.
Monique Lindner: 19:13 Yeah. Been there, done that. Got The tee shirt. Um, so there was the biggest monsoon rain in my travels until then, a lot more. But I was standing and obviously I got shrinked and pretty much swept away and it was a porter case guy next to me. Pedro contact's a great friend and we're talking and he's like, yeah, we talked about travel and then that moment I kind of realized like why the heck am I going to go back to this life? That's so that's feeding like a person to me. I feel like a parrot in a little cage .Trying to repeat everything that's going to put in being put in my brain, but not having an own opinion. Not Ha, I come in suddenly I felt like [inaudible] anymore.
Michaela Light: 20:04 So you wantad to be a thought independent parrot
Monique Lindner: 20:08 So I just decided on the, on the plane home and was like, okay, you know what, I give myself six months and we're going to leave. I don't know where. I don't know what, I don't know how
Michaela Light: 20:22 Did you have your own business at that point or you were in a job?
Monique Lindner: 20:25 No. Yeah, I had a job. So I said I'm going to save money and in the six months I figured out what I'm going to do and I did and I left and I became a scuba dive instructor.
Michaela Light: 20:39 Scuba dive instructor. Wow. That sounds pretty free. Down in the ocean.
Monique Lindner: 20:43 What's the best?
Michaela Light: 20:45 And people can't talk to you when they're water during the scooper,
Monique Lindner: 20:48 they can only freak out and, and yeah, they can freak out out of your mouth and kick you in the face, but.
Michaela Light: 20:54 they can do that. But there is no talking, or you can make hand sign.
Monique Lindner: 20:59 or you can ignore that. But then when you're instructor you can, you have to save life. So it's like, yes, but you can ignore it for a second.
Monique Lindner: 21:14 And the fish are very beautiful. And do you migraines keep going?
Monique Lindner: 21:17 You know, funny enough by that time, yes. I'll tell you why. I was in a German company was a, it was a.
Michaela Light: 21:23 German company, so you left Germany, but you stayed in a German company.
Monique Lindner: 21:28 diving school and the boss was very, I don't know if you know this word in English as well, but it's collaring.
Michaela Light: 21:36 Um, sounds familiar. What does it mean?
Monique Lindner: 21:39 So in Germany we used his word to describe the person who is randomly freaking out and getting triggered really, really easily and literally just.
Michaela Light: 21:51 sounds like many Americans, right?
Monique Lindner: 21:54 Bit of a maniac as well. And so I don't know how to like, yeah. So, and he got drew and literally came in the office, super happy. Everything was fine, do such great work. 10 minutes later, doors flying open. He would scream at me, he would insult the heck out of me. And I was sitting there, I was like, w a d, what? 10 minutes ago you just said, I am doing such a great job and now I'm the worst person you've ever met. Toxic. Very toxic. Hence, the migraines kept going. So I moved away, uh, kept going. And you know what a thing is also, I needed time to send for myself that I brought myself into these toxic environments as well. And I didn't know how to see them beforehand. Right. So I needed to learn how to, was my intuition, especially.
Michaela Light: 22:52 I knew you were gonna get to intuition.
Monique Lindner: 22:55 Right? But especially like to listen to it and how to even find out, like a lot of people don't know, well, what's my intuition? How can I listen to it? How does it show up? Right? And I think it's a, it's different from any many people took me so long to understand it. And minus super funny, minus a minus. So not chairman and so chaotic. Basically it shows up last minute.
Michaela Light: 23:17 Maybe you have Brazilian intuition.
Monique Lindner: 23:18 I think. So because that's actually, yeah, I think so. Yeah. So it's, um, it shows up last minute, very last minute. It's really loud and it's, when I wake up, I speak it out loud. Wow. Without me, even though it's like.
Michaela Light: 23:36 it's out of your mouth, but you didn't know you were going to say?
Monique Lindner: 23:39 Yeah, up. So the last time it said like “don't move to Lisbon”, oh my God, my God, I had that before and I used the planning to move to Lisbon. But you just woke up on this voice, came out of your mouth Sunday night, didn't move [inaudible] speaking English or German? English. English. I do most of it. I treatment English. I do. I speak in English all the time, like, yeah. And the first time that I did that and I spoke out like don't move Tineye I moved to and I didn't listen and I got it got really, really, really big times. Scanned and robbed and I lost all of my money and went bankrupt. Wow. And that's when I opened my business.
Michaela Light: 24:25 Okay. Yup. So you've learned to listen to your intuition now? I did. Yeah. Yeah. And then how's this affected your migraines?
Monique Lindner: 24:35 So when I'm around people and I really don't feel like that's like, but I feel it's restricting me somehow. And there is like this cage around me again and I'm just saying it's really nice, but you know, I feel like I want to go home or do something else and I'm just distancing myself. Um, when I, when I know there are environments that don't feel well for me, like smokey bars with loud music where I can't talk to people, but then I'm supposed to talk to a lot of people and I know the sensations are so overwhelming for my neuro neuro system, nervous system, I'm just gonna log out of it. I'm just gonna say thank you. I would love to be with you, but I'm not.
Michaela Light: 25:23 It's not fit for me.
Monique Lindner: 25:25 Right. And so just prioritizing what my needs are and then feeding the buddies and stations off. Sometimes it's, if I meet a person and they are, they seem to be toxic, then I feel it here in my solar plexus, and it's getting really tense and I feel like I can't breathe. So when I know that that's going to happen, I'm like, okay, something is wrong. They can be really nice. I know something is. Yeah. But I know something's wrong with this person, I'm going to be really distance. And it helped me actually to not be fucked over with my business a year ago because I met one of these people and I felt there was something very wrong. I tried to tell my friends, they did not quite understand what it is that I mean and they couldn't see it. They couldn't feel it. I said, I d I cannot describe it to you. And they went into business with this person and it's all … But he took all the money, fucked them over. It didn't deliver and run . Pretty bad. Yeah, it was. Yeah. It was for some of my friends who was like a five or six figure loss [inaudible]
Michaela Light: 26:44 five or six figures. Wow. They could have bought a small apartment in Germany. Was that, no, no. Very small. My broom cupboard man. Cause you need it. Yeah. Could have bought a car to two. Yeah. Wow.
Monique Lindner: 27:01 But yeah, so got myself out of that one.
Michaela Light: 27:05 That's great. So you've learned to listen to your intuition. Your migraines have gone away. You've removed toxicity in all its forms from, from your life, almost. What's left?
Monique Lindner: 27:18 I think some emotional, so emotional baggage that I have to,
Michaela Light: 27:23 hmm. Bring some baggage to clean up. Okay. Well that's good insight. Yeah, sure. You clean that out. Yeah. Yeah. Yay. So, um, what would you say to people who aren't sure you know, whether they should listen to their intuition?
Monique Lindner: 27:42 You know, I feel like society's always teaching us not to, not to listen to ourselves, not to trust ourselves and to be brainwashed into, into this stand art format that society's trying to, to get us to live by. Right. What I say is
Monique Lindner: 28:05 screw that. You really just have to trust yourself and it's hard. I know that because I haven't been trusting myself for over 30 years because I was always told what you're doing is wrong. Like, Eh, you're like whatever, like you're a good enough and all kinds of, you're not good enough in all kinds of forms is what I've, what I've been told but never. Right. And then as a self fulfilling prophecy, I got a confirmed with whatever I was doing. Right. So, um, but since I removed this toxicity and literally just started to this and, okay, so how does it feel for me? How is my body reacting? So for some people it could be a tense neck, tense, shoulders, teeth grinding, right? Yeah. Oh, I do that at night sometimes if I'm stressed. So if I wake up with pain here, I know exactly.
Monique Lindner: 28:59 Okay. Something was wrong yesterday, so you need to figure it out. So I had my sit down and journal about it or just think, you know, sometimes the best work you can do is sit down and think about it. Just let the thoughts run through. Um, and then it could be in solar plexus, in the stomach. It's really big. The nervous system, intrinsic nervous system that shows you what's going on. Um, yeah, just listen to it because your body, your mind, your spirit is never wrong. They know exactly what's really good for you. And I've been going against it for over 30 years and you better bet there. It was a lot of things going on. Yeah. Right. When I to listen now it's like falling into place.
Michaela Light: 29:47 It sounds so easy when you talk about it
Monique Lindner: 29:50 Realy?
Michaela Light: 29:52 You just listened to your body, remove toxic things from your life. Maybe you have a bit of peace in class that you can hear your inner voice.
Monique Lindner: 29:59 Yeah, it really sounds easy. It's definitely not, it's a lot of hard work, especially this fear that's always coming over you. What if I need this person again that I'm cutting out or distance myself from whatever. You don't need anyone. The only person that you really need is yourself. And the good thing is that I, and I know you know that if you make space in your life for most something that doesn't serve you, you open up space for something that will weigh more on the way better for you. Right? The Universal Surfing. So don't worry about cutting things out. There will be always a replacement for it. So the vacuum is going to be full. Right. And um, it made an easy now it definitely is a lot of hard work, which is why I would go step by step. Unless you're a person, you go full in, do it.
Monique Lindner: 30:59 Just make the full cut. But I did it step by step mostly. And I'd say, take your time, take your time. Also, always feeling the feelings that you have. Don't suppress the emotions. If you feel sad about cutting out a person, feel sad because it is sad. Like I cut out my two best friends for over 12 years and I was sad for fricking year because it's been 12 years. I spent time with them and I put a lot of effort in those friendships and all I got out of it was migraines and I did learn a lot. So you always want to see all of the lesson that you get from it. Right now, at least I do. But I did get out of my car.
Michaela Light: 31:42 Well at least they didn't rip you off in your business.
Monique Lindner: 31:45 No. Right. But they also didn't support me so
Michaela Light: 31:49 well that's a great insights. So if people want to find you online, what's the best way for them to do that?
Monique Lindner: 31:56 So the best way is just to go on my website. It's moniquelindner.com
Michaela Light: 32:02 We bet a spell out all of that. Mon, m, O,
Monique Lindner: 32:06 that's m, O, n, I, Q, u, e, and then the names just after it is l, I, N D N, e r.com.
Michaela Light: 32:17 All right, and what is it, your business does?
Monique Lindner: 32:19 So I'm a high-performance and human optimization coach. And what I actually do is I'm creating a life beside your work. So if you're an entrepreneur, way too busy, way too much into your work, if you're feeling guilty or if you're feeling like you missing out on something, if you're doing work but on the edge of burnout, or you're about to just crash and you're not inspired by your work anymore, then it's time to call me and I help you to fix that.
Michaela Light: 32:49 You're the work disorganization angel comes in and makes, it, gives you more time in your life, in business, and you don't even have to have migraines to come see you.
Monique Lindner: 33:01 Exactly. And as I say, I'm your secret weapon to efficiency.
Michaela Light: 33:06 Great. Yes. Well thanks so much for coming on the show today Monique. And Good luck with your business and your toxic- free life.
Monique Lindner: 33:17 Thank you.