RG 238 – Big Game Hunting: Networking with Billionaires & World Leaders w/ Christopher Kai
Chris wrote the global bestseller Big Game Hunting, Incorporated Magazine has called him the Billionaire Networker and in the past he managed to secure an interview with Elon Musk. He made his first dollar as a child shovelling snow for neighbours.
When he started his career a friend asked him ‘why are you hunting rabbits when you should be hunting big game?’ and this clicked for him. The big game are the large opportunities where he was able to make $100K per client.
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Christopher Kai (00:34):
Fred, how can I stay on my business? And he says, Christopher, don’t be shooting at rabbits. If you want to hunt big game, it was a simplest phrase, but essentially, why am I focusing on these little rabbit opportunities when you have bigger opportunities? Which for me at the time was how can I make at least a hundred grand per client? So it was a mindset shift.
Reed Goossens (01:05):
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Reed Goossens (01:25):
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Christopher Kai (02:59):
Reed Goossens (03:00):
The show. The pleasure of speaking with Krista corporate magazine has referred to Christopher as the billionaire networker. He wrote the number one global best-selling book, entitled big game hunting, networking with billionaires executives and celebrities. He’s also convinced billionaire Elon Musk for a sit down interview, where he said, wow, you really know a lot Christopher dives into the four levels of networking where only the top 1% of entrepreneurs are aware of. But now today’s interview. You will learn how to master networking correctly. I’m really pumped and excited to have him on the show today to share his incredible experience and insight. But not that I mean, let’s get him out here. Get I bell. Welcome to the show. Head on today, mate. Thanks for having me here, Reed, Mike, quick question. Before we dive into the nuts and bolts is, uh, tell me how you made your first ever dollar. As a kid.
Christopher Kai (03:45):
I was a seven year old kid in New York city where I was born and raised my parents. Very humble beginnings. My mom was a former school teacher that’s from a case manager. So when it snowed my best friend and I heard his name is Jocko. He was five out of seven. We put on our gloves or our coats or scarves walk outside with a shovel and had knocked on doors and says, do you want us to shovel your porch? And to make a hundred dollars from my neighbors as a seven year old, it was just blew my mind. So that was the beginning of my entrepreneurial journey.
Reed Goossens (04:14):
Nice, nice. I want to dive in today’s show cause we’re gonna go a short period of time with you, and I really appreciate you coming on today’s show, but talking in and around big game, hunting and networking with billionaires. Do you want to give a little bit of the insight into what led you to write that book and maybe a little bit of your background in order to getting to that point where you thought I need to share my experience experienced network with other billionaires and CEOs in order to propel myself in the world of business?
Christopher Kai (04:38):
Yeah, it’s really a mindset thing. As you talked about Reed, I had a mentor of mine over 10 years ago. I wasn’t doing that. Well, 10 years ago, one of my mentors, his name is Fred Joel. He created multiple companies, multimillionaire really smart guy, and a very sharp guy. He’s very precise with how he speaks. So I said, Fred, how can I stay on my business? And he says, Christopher, don’t be shooting at rabbits. If you want to hunt big game, it was the simplest phrase, but essentially, why am I focusing on these little rabbit opportunities when you have bigger opportunities? Which for me at the time was how can I make at least a hundred grand per client? So it was a mindset shift where he’s made many, many, multiple millions of dollars. And I admire him because he was just very specific with his advice.
Christopher Kai (05:20):
And that shifted my mindset. It’s like, you’re you’re right. I’ve always been very aggressive, very outgoing, very assertive, but I never really pitched at that level. So I started shifting my gears. And when I started doing that, I was like, wow. I remember one of my mentors who turned client who turned protector business partner. He actually made a hundred million dollars. I thought, okay, if I focus on people who make at least a hundred million dollars, if I’m trying to pitch them a, uh, uh, a 10 million, $10 million project, that’s 10% of the revenue. That’s a lot. If I pitch 1% of the revenue, which is 1%, I have 1 million, that’s still a lot. But if I pitch a hundred thousand dollars, that’s 0.1%. So my mindset was okay. I know I have a good skillset of working with executives. I worked at American express in New York and wall street.
Christopher Kai (05:59):
I’m in New York guy. So in my mid twenties, I already knew that I understood C-level executives, how to communicate and bluntly speaking. A lot of people don’t. So when they see this book like that, they’re like, Oh, that’s a very powerful book. So it’s one from a marketing standpoint, but too much story about my own mentor. And three really is like, if we’re going to be entrepreneurs, why don’t you just add another zero or two zeros? So you look at someone like a Stephen Schwarzman or a Sam Zell, or some of the people in the real estate industry. These guys, I mean, literally Stephen Schwarzman. I met him in January and Davos. And that guy talked about how his first fund out of, uh, the company that used to work for Lehman brothers with his business partner, Pete Peterson, he’s like, we’re going to, we’re going to raise a billion dollars.
Christopher Kai (06:40):
So whether it’s Christopher, Kai say, okay, I’m going to focus on a hundred million dollar guy or Stephen, Schwarzman gonna raise a billion dollars. It’s a mindset thing. Cause it’s just a bunch of numbers because I never even realized these numbers until at American express, when I was creating these pitch decks read, like these pitch decks were like to IBM, where we would cross out all the products. And I’ve been in with spent a half billion dollars on the charge card, on the American express card. And my job was to create these pitch decks. So in my twenties, I already at first looked at the numbers like Whoa, $500 million on a charge card. It’s just one company. And it just made sense that, okay, if I’m understanding this level of strategy, branding and sales, that gave me a mindset of knowing that, okay, there’s people out there they’re just like you and I, but they have much more inclusive networks because no one’s going, just going to introduce you to someone that’s at the level.
Christopher Kai (07:30):
So for me, it was a, it was a matter of, I wanted to stay at my business and the best way for me to do that is to focus on what I call big gamers. People of influence, who we might think are out of reach, whether they’re billionaires, millionaires, executives, celebrities, but really it’s about aiming higher in your life. But knowing that just because you aim high doesn’t mean you reach it. And that’s why with this book, because I really wanted to share what my Angelou, who is Oprah Winfrey’s former mentor once said, when you learn, teach, when you get give, and this book, I actually wanted dedicated to anyone that feels like an outsider. And that’s literally, I literally said this book is dedicated to anyone. And so they were going outside of, so it really came from my own struggles and challenges where I wanted to stay on my own business.
Christopher Kai (08:09):
And I was tired of always going for these rabbits size opportunities. And as soon as I shifted my mindset, instead of focuses singularly on billionaires, millionaires, celebrities, they all roll in the same circles. Now, billionaires, by the way, like the hundred million dollar Mark and higher, that’s a different edge line. Most people in the Western world, if they have some level of tenacity drive and intelligence, they can really do well beyond the 1 million, 5 million, 10 million. Once you get to the a hundred million or higher, that’s why it’s a very different type of conversation, different of a scale of people.
Reed Goossens (08:40):
Well walk us through like, that’s great. And I understand the mindset, you know, and I love what you just said there when you want to, uh, when you want to, you know what you want will, sorry, what’d you say when, when you want to, when you want something give, and when you, uh, when you want to teach something, we want to receive something. Give when, when you learn, teach, when you get, when you get give. Yeah. That’s it. So that’s all well and good with the mindset, but what is the actual, I’m a nuts and bolts guy. I’m like, tell me the path of how to get to that first meeting. So what do you do? Break it down for us.
Christopher Kai (09:08):
So, so, so would these types of people with billionaires and executives and celebrities, you only have to think longterm. One of my chapters in my book is think 10 years now, of course you don’t want to take 10 years, but it really is about thinking more longterm. Because most people I meet going back to those four levels of networking, the basic one is traditional, which is like, Hey, I’m going to go to an event that’s free, convenient. And it fits my schedule. I don’t have to pay for it. I’m going to pass out business cards. That’s like the worst, which is by the way, 90% of people. I mean,
Reed Goossens (09:34):
Yes, sir, we’ve all been to it, right?
Christopher Kai (09:38):
Well, I don’t do that anymore, but I’m just saying, cause I don’t do that. It’s just a waste of time. And there’s a third, second, and first level, third level of science-based networking, which is broaden your horizon, which essentially is literally, you’re talking about nuts and bolts. Look at your phone, read or anyone who’s listening. Watch, look at your phone. And if you say you want to be a millionaire, if you have a hundred people on your contact list, how many of the millionaires? So the first thing is just assessing who’s on your phone. And if you want to meet billionaires and multi-millionaires or track athletes or anyone, that’s a Atlantic, the bottom line is first making an assessment. That’s the first step. And then, okay, if you say, I want to be a billionaire, then you start putting that billion and you want to meet on your actual phone.
Christopher Kai (10:14):
So visualizing I’m a big visualizer. I literally did this with Jamie Fox a few months ago. I want to meet this guy. He’s a really powerful celebrity. And I literally ended up meeting up with him in, uh, Miami during the super bowl, you know, but it’s, it’s about being super specific with who you want to meet, why you want to meet them. And that doesn’t mean he’s going to care about who I am, but that’s the first touchpoint. And that’s why you have to think long term, because if it’s someone like a Michael Milken is a billionaire, he has a conference every year called the Milken conference. You literally have Elon Musk going and president Bush going and president Clinton going. So it’s about understanding the people that you want to meet their world’s accomplices. So the simplest way to be specific is first make an assessment of who you have on your phone, define who you want to meet.
Christopher Kai (10:56):
And then start saying, okay, if I want to meet Richard Branson, you Google Richard Branson non-profit or Google Richard Branson, gala, and SUSE. That’s seeing pictures of these people at these scholars and they have what they call a step repeat, which is what you see behind the person on the red carpet. That’s going to step in repeat. And if you see the met gala or if you see, um, amfAR so you already started seeing, okay, amfAR is a nonprofit globally. There is a lot of money for AIDS. And if you see that Katy Perry is there and Louis Vuitton is there. So then you start knowing, okay, so these are just those non-profit galleries that have the to know and meet. And then it’s about okay, reaching out to those galas and figuring out how to get in, whether you pay for it. It might cost a thousand dollars, $5,000, which is the easiest way, by the way.
Christopher Kai (11:40):
And this is the crazy thing that I don’t think people realize $5,000 is a lot of money for most people. But when I’ve gone to these events, the same event, I met Liana Capria Justin Bieber, Shalisa Roan Bano, uh, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, they’re all in the same room. So it shocked me to know that, wow, the power is concentrated so much. So in these non-profits specific nonprofits, cause there’s 1.5 million nonprofits in the U S 10 million NGOs in the world. But again, I been do this for a long time. So I have clients that pay me a lot of money to literally build that entire customized calendar for the year, because otherwise you’re just wasting your time. Like I can tell you exactly when to go in July. I went to go in January, but it really comes down to first defining who you want to meet, put that person on your phone.
Christopher Kai (12:25):
It’s really just visualizing it. And then Googling Richard Branson, charity, or Richard Branson gala. And you start seeing those definite repeats. And after a while you’re like, Oh wow. I keep seeing them at Rhianna’s gala that she usually has in December. So there’s only a few dozen Gallas that raise over a million dollars each galaxy about that Reed they’ve raised a million dollars in one day. Wow, incredible. Near the capital raises 30 million in one day. This other place called the Robin hood foundation has raised a hundred million dollars. I just dropped three of them, very specific organizations that people would be mindful of. And you know what I realized when I told this, the people in my clients, they had zero understanding of how to communicate, how to engage, how to follow up. So that’s why I created this whole just kind of extensive executive communications coaching, where I can get them in the room. They pay their way in, but they have no clue what to say. They just look like an idiot. So I just stopped doing that. So I just built that another executive communications package to help them actually communicate. And then following up with them as well
Reed Goossens (13:30):
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Christopher Kai (14:15):
Yeah, it’s what I call a three-second rule. If you have to think one, three seconds, you’re already done kills dreams. So when I met Elon Musk, literally he walks outside of the montage hotel in Beverly Hills. There’s an after party that going up to one of the Getty, that era, that oil family, they always had after parties, after these galas. So I literally see you on Musk right there. He’s waiting for his car and he’s a young Musk. So again, the 15 year old kid to me was like, Oh my God, this Elon Musk. But the, the, the, the more refined Christopher, Kai literally walks up to him. No hesitation. Because again, these people are just going to hang out for you, walk up to him, Eli great job at the world affairs council, because I him speak. So you’d built some kind of commonality.
Christopher Kai (14:53):
I’m not like, Oh, either you’re amazing, like burdens before. I’m not a groupie not to set off. Cool. I say, Hey, Elan, I have this homeless youth program. I love to inspire your story with my kids. Give me your email. He gives me an email. I leave now what most people don’t do. They don’t do all that stuff. First of all, they hesitate. They’re wondering what to say. They don’t compliment them. And so I have something called CAF C a L F E stands for compliments, a stands for ask, meaning, ask for the comp their contact information. They don’t care what your business card L means to leave. And F is the followup. Every one of those steps, most people don’t do. Most people just stay there like, Oh my God, what do I say? He’s already gone. When they approached, Oh my God, Elon Musk, you don’t care about you. You’re now you’re considered a grippy. I compliment them. So who doesn’t like a compliment genuinely when you ask, you have to be direct. I literally, you know, Jamie diamond is read.
Speaker 4 (15:47):
I’ve heard of him. Yes. He’s a CEO
Christopher Kai (15:49):
Of JP Morgan chase. Well, top bank is in the world. He’s a billionaire. I met him also in Davos and other places you go to your right, but this person, I’m not going to be too judgmental, but he just kept rambling on. When you meet someone that stature or success, you don’t care about your eye blend speaking, because they don’t know you. The most important thing is to get their contact information. If they that, to give you your business card, golden email, golden assistant email golden, the whole point is don’t do what 90% of the people do is they go, my God, you’re a blah, blah, blah. And here’s my business card. They don’t care about you. It’s not rambling on. So literally compliment ask, leaving, and follow up. And I say, this only for the really high level success people, sometimes you can have a conversation, but even that, frankly, they don’t really know about you.
Christopher Kai (16:36):
And if you ideally are really smart, if you do have time, if you have five, 10 minutes, you’ve Googled them on the spot and you find out what charities they have. So let’s say I know enough about these peoples. That if I let’s say Rihanna, I’d be like, Hey, Rihanna. I really admire your admiration for your grandmother. Just the first thing I say to you. And she doesn’t know me, and I’ve already referenced the grandmother, which brings up her filial piety is that I want to see how I can support your charity. I’m going to ask me for a photograph. I’m not asking for anything. And that’s why I get so many people. They’re so low level and tack lists, especially at the high level to go, even with me, by the way, I’m not a celebrity yet, but I get approached thousands of times and people ask me, can you introduce the Ilan? It can. I’m like, you’re stupid yourself. I mean, it just, I
Christopher Kai (17:19):
Just curse because it’s so frustrating. I want to help everyone. But that’s why I wrote a book. That’s why I programs. And that’s why like, if people aren’t like the last time I actually reached out to Ilan was one of my colleagues was willing to donate a hundred thousand dollars to a charity that I’m involved with, that Elan’s involved with. And I said, the Ilan 10 minute interview on your time in your place, any, any, that’s the only way. And I wouldn’t take any of the money by the way, you know, but what I’m saying is I wouldn’t even bother approaching him at all because there’s no point because Ilan like doesn’t care about. So I want to stress to your listeners. And your view is that if you really want to go that high, you really have to do the research. You have to think long-term and you want to, I could, I can send, I can email them at my book and include that in the link.
Christopher Kai (18:04):
Yep. It’s really about being brutally honest with yourself. Don’t be delusional thinking that you, they, they need you because I hear this a lot because essentially, if you’re a billionaire, you need to have a billionaire offer for a billionaire. And if you had go out, then they don’t really care about you. That’s why, if you think long-term with gallows charities nonprofits, then you have a higher probability. Because even if you don’t meet Elon Musk, you meet the multimillionaires, other people that are in the same room. And that’s why I love meeting billionaires because they’ve done the work for you. They’ve vetted the room for you. There’s only about 2000 million billionaires in the world. If a billion is in the room, you’re going to know that that’s a very vetted, qualified room. And that’s why it’s so specific. And that’s why people call me this Navy seal sniper with networking, because I don’t want to waste anyone’s time.
Reed Goossens (18:47):
And, and with cough, what’s the delivery. 15 seconds, 20 seconds.
Christopher Kai (18:52):
I dunno. I mean, that interaction with Elan was probably less than 30 seconds.
Reed Goossens (18:58):
Yeah. Yeah. Well, it have to be right. I have these straight to the point. It can’t be, as you saying, fumbling around your words. Right? And so, so it, it seems to me that the charity is the biggest piece because you get to strike the hot, right. It’s something that they care about. And that is an in the compliment with the, with the charity piece. And then from there, what are you doing with the follow-up? Are you trying to cultivate something? Cause obviously the ask is going to be later on. It’s not, it’s not right today. You ask about the charity, it’s good to get the conversation going, but then for your business, how do you then use those relationships to then benefit you and your business and how you grow?
Christopher Kai (19:32):
Well? Well, here’s the thing I want to be clear. First of all, yes, the charities are a great way, but I actually believe in my homeless youth program and it’s all about, you have to find things to issue love. And I don’t think about using it’s about building a community. Cause like if I’m thinking long term and some of them, I w I’m not doing business with them, I’m not doing business with Elon Musk, but it’s about building my cache, my understanding of people getting inspired, building this network, and then the people with business I’ve introduced my clients to billionaires, you know? So it’s not necessarily, and I’ve secured clients as billionaires too. So some of it’s also branding, cache, networking and learning. But in terms of like actual billionaires, I mean, I have clients, even the clients that are billionaires, they’re often the nonprofit, cause I’m not at their level yet, because for me again, my model is like, look, I speak for a living.
Christopher Kai (20:16):
I bill at a 20 grand for at least one keynote speech. I have online programs. So people that are interested, it’s like, I help them bet. And with online it’s like, it’s it’s is multiple scalability, but in terms of like your audience and real estate and whatnot, the most basic thing is a lot of times I just find that they’re not really educated with people. Like if I say, Hey, do you know what a family office is read? Yes I do. Yeah. So, you know, but a lot of people don’t, but I’ll just start peppering some of these basic questions. And if they don’t even know that I just pretty much ignore them because they don’t even know what basic things, but that’s like one of the most basic things, really high net worth people. But, but going back to your question, it really depends for me, but it really comes down to listening, more, setting up a quick 10 minute call doing your research on their website, figuring out what they want, but thinking, keep keeping a very, very, very, very basic and doing a ton of research on the front end to figure out more about how you can help them.
Christopher Kai (21:05):
And then don’t be a generic, how can I help you? It’s more about, I was very specific with, let’s say, um, Rihanna and all of these people, especially celebrities they’re so ADHD. Well, I’m thinking more about their personal life and what I can help with the non-profits and then maybe three, six, nine months down the wait, maybe I’ll consider pitching them. So like a specific example, that guy that I met, that was a a hundred million dollar guy. I said, Doug, I admire success. I’d love to take you out for lunch. Now in his case, he’s not a billionaire. And I have actually categories. I actually categorize big gamers. You have rhinoceroses Cape, buffaloes, elephants, lions, and leopards. I literally categorize, and this might sound really bad because I’m bidding animals to humans. But these types of categories are actually really, really good. So he’s considered a Cape Buffalo where they’re successful, influential big gamer, but they’re not a billionaire, which is a lion because they’re that blind literally commanding the whole world.
Christopher Kai (21:56):
But so for him, he was actually open to meeting up, but I didn’t pitch a meet. I wanted him to mentor and I did want to, it would be a mentor. They realized like, wow, I think about six, seven months in I’m. Okay. I think I helped this guy. And then from there he had to hire me. And that was like, you know, a hundred grand plus gig in the very early stages, you know? And then he offered me to potentially start a company with him. But again, most people are not that direct. Don’t ask him to take them out for lunch, which is ridiculous. When you think about it, he’s a hundred million dollars and I’m not right. So it’s just really about being very direct, specific. Cause these people have any time to waste, right? And you can’t pitch someone like me or grant Cardone other people cause we’re like billable consultants for now, or is this guy had a massive conglomerate of restaurants.
Christopher Kai (22:37):
So it’s different, but you have to be super direct and straight forward and it has to be consistent. So this guy, I met him every single month and I looked at him, researched him, got to know him, build a rapport. So it’s all genuine. But I just find so many times people just thinking so short term, very transactional, nothing. Long-term we might, by the way, that same guy, Doug, he’s still a friend. Now I’ve known him for 10 years now. That’s why the whole 10 year thing, 10 years, I actually mean it. I don’t suggest that you wait 10 years, but proof of concept, the guy that I met 10 years ago, who was first a mentor, then a client. And now he’s a friend.
Reed Goossens (23:10):
I love it. I think the whole purpose there is you’re planting a seed for the longterm. It’s it’s an Oak tree that you’re going to sit under this under the shade at some point in the future. Uh, Christopher, before we end the show, he might, one quick question is what makes you tick big fella? Well, cause you’ve got a lot of energy. And so w was that what makes you work? What makes you tick? Like what what’s, what’s the juices that get you out of bed every morning? Cause I see, I feel a lot of energy I feel and it’s, and it’s great, but what’s the big North star for you with all of this sort of stuff.
Christopher Kai (23:38):
It’s purpose. My platform in life is entrepreneurship. My purpose is education. This is why I created a homeless youth program. This is why I used to teach high school. This is why my first book was called success. So my grand vision is I’m going to create a United nations means boys and girls club to inspire, educate, and empower student leaders to solve the world’s problems specifically focused on education. So I’m crystal clear. I wrote my own eulogy when I was 23 I’m at grandma’s funeral. So all the people I meet, oftentimes they’re just, they haven’t fought enough. So ADHD that they don’t think a lot. And so for me, like if I had that tomorrow, God forbid I’d be fine. Happy, no regrets. Not many people can say that I’ve done a lot of stuff. I’ve written five books, even like a thousand presentations. She had stage with Elon Musk and other people like Richard Branson and Jeff ma you know, so for me, I’m already happy.
Christopher Kai (24:24):
Like everything is just icing on the cake. So I highly encourage people to really dive deep with their purpose and ask themselves bluntly speaking. If this COVID virus, if this hurricane, if this earthquake, if whatever comes at us, if you were to be dead by the end of this year, what would you really want to do? Would you be with that girlfriend or boyfriend? Would you be with that husband or wife? Would you want to quit your job? You know, so it’s asking these really blunt questions where we’re all going to be dead one day, right? All of us, we all know that, but we don’t really feel that once you start feeling it, Jen, you start realizing, wow, this is kind of both scary and liberating. And I would encourage everyone to go to YouTube. Christopher, Kai, my name TEDx talk, lots of TEDx talk where I talk about that in one of the elements, because at the end of the day, my purpose is to serve and I’ve chosen to serve with speaking coaching programs.
Christopher Kai (25:14):
I used to sing a song writer. I’ve done a lot of things in my life, but I haven’t done it at the scale that I want. So that’s why now I’m super focused. That’s why I’m like, no, I don’t got an hour. I got 30 minutes because I believe in you, you asked, you took a certain, if you’re a nice guy, you came to my podcast, it’s like giving, right? But I’m not asking for any, cause I don’t really care because I’m just super focused on really pursuing my vision of building an army. And that’s why right now, my only focus now is helping executives that want to master networking, build a better brand, understand how to communicate better. And if they want to be a professional speaker, those are really the only four categories that I’m interested in as pointed. Cause everything else is like, don’t talk to me. Right?
Reed Goossens (25:52):
Right. Well, my, I do want to be very respectful of your time. We only had 30 minutes. I want to thank you so much for jumping on the show today quickly, where do people go? They want to continue the conversation they want to be in your sphere. Where do they go?
Christopher Kai (26:02):
Christopher catacombs, my website. You may met Chris, Christopher, Kai Luterman last name is K. I happen to send them my ebook, which is the game hunting, networking with billionaires executives and celebrities, 20 strategies and networking. And what do you do before, during after events? And this is actually the picture that reminds me no matter what anyone says, dreams are possible because this is actually Elon Musk flushing where it’s not just him, but it’s about the kids that were there and my friends. So what more life can you have when you’re serving people that most needed talking to people that you might like Elon Musk and doing it together with your friends and colleagues, that really is the purpose in life, in my opinion. Awesome.
Reed Goossens (26:44):
I love it. I’m going to head out. I would have a good, definitely going to get my hands on the copy of the book. Uh, as soon as we get off this call, but I want to thank you so much for jumping on the show, enjoy the rest of your week and we’ll catch up very, very soon. Great. Thanks so much. Bye everyone. Well, they have another cracking episode jampacked with some incredible advice from Christopher. Please do jump over to his firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out everything he’s got going on. And if you’re interested in learning a little bit more about how becoming a professional speaker or just understanding how you start networking with billionaires, millionaires, celebrities, all that sort of good stuff in order to raise your profile. Definitely check out Christopher kite.com. All right. I want to thank you all again for taking some time out of your daily tune in to continue to grow your financial IQ, because we’re all about here on this show. If you do like this show, please give back by giving it a five-star review on iTunes and we’re gonna do it all again next week. Remember, Be bold, be brave. Give life.