Joyous Expansion Podcast Transcript – Rosemary Nonny Knight – How To Become A Deliberate Millionaire

Brett Dupree:

Hello, Rosemary, and welcome to my podcast.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Hi, Brett. How are you doing? Lovely to speak with you.

Brett Dupree:

Lovely to speak to you. Apparently you’re all the way in jolly old England.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Oh yes. Lovely sunny England as of today. Anyway, who knows? When anyone listens to this, you may not be sitting here anymore, but for today it is sunny.

Brett Dupree:

Oh, why don’t you give the listeners a brief introduction to you.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Okay. Well, I am Rosemary Nonny Knight. I was a pharmacist once upon a time I started off in the UK, went back to Nigeria. There’s a whole lot of backstory around that and all the overcoming of who knows what to get to the UK. Finally, coming back to the UK, do my university thinking that becoming a pharmacist would be the answer to everything, except it wasn’t. As most people tend to find out, you get to a certain point in life and realize that all the goals you potentially thought would lead to success led to a form of success, just not a very satisfying success. And so I suppose that became my story. I will go to a place where I thought everything was going to be amazing. I’d worked so hard to get here, followed everybody else’s definition of success for myself, and got to the success.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And I still remember sitting down, having graduated thinking to myself, is this it is this really my life. Now I’m going to be a pharmacist for the rest of my life, a job I don’t even really actually really like, but I guess I’m an adult. Now, this is what we do. You do whatever to get by. And so I did for a season until bankruptcy and depression kind of hit me over the head and three amazing princesses who I decided that I have to show them a different way. And so, as a result of hits in what I would call almost rock bottom, I finally, after four years finally decided it’s time to do something different. Instead of just thinking about it, figure out how I’m going to actually make it work. I’m not sure how much detail you wanting at this point, but the long and short of that story was that I after a few wrong turns, as I continued to follow other people’s definitions of success, I finally found my own way, what I would call my true design path.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And that is where I’m at right now, discovering more of the divine, which became well, the divine has always been a very important part of my life. Anyway. However, in going through this journey, it became an even more important part. And I realized that really every good thing flows out of connection with the divine and going on from there to just doing the things that I actually wanted to do things that really if I just followed my heart from the very beginning, I would have been doing so much sooner, but we tell ourselves stories. And I suppose that’s part of the work that I do with people in the stories, the stories we tell ourselves that keep us away from actually just living fulfilled lives. But anyway, the longest short of me is that I found my path. Now you’re going to have to question more if you want more detail in between there. So, but that’s the short and long ago. Well, the short story of Rosemary Nonny Knight and yeah, and that was where had to talk a little bit about that plus whatever you want to go with it.

Brett Dupree:

I’m curious about your time as a pharmacist. What got you wanting to be a pharmacist? And what about that wasn’t satisfying?

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

What made me be a pharmacist? My parents ultimately, and also this was the, well, it was my parents mostly, but then the fact that I was, yes, I was brought up, Oh, I was born in the UK. I stayed in the UK until I was about five. When my parents decided to return to Nigeria. And in Nigeria, it’s very different from the UK or the US it’s a third world country. I still, I think it’s still considered a third world country. It might be an emerging nation right now. And poverty is, Oh my gosh, there’s a whole new level of poverty. So I, in going back to Nigeria and realizing that the only way to while he felt like the only way to succeed was to do what you were told. Really my parents thought having, they were first-generation coming out to almost like a village ultimately, and the village is not a nice, lovely little village town in England or something villages like a village mud huts and such, but they had somehow had a good fortune, my father, particularly to come over to the UK and got an education and all of that.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

So they really felt that education was important and heading towards some kind of professional career was the key to success. And in some ways, it was okay being a pharmacist was okay. It just wasn’t me. And I suppose as four out of my siblings, there was four of us. We could either be a doctor, a pharmacist, a, an accountant, or potentially a lawyer. They did get the doctor, the pharmacist, the accountant, and then the one child went random and did, and did computer science, which was like, Oh my gosh, how could you do computer stuff? But we all know now that computer stuff is pretty good. By the time it was quite new to my parents, they took a heck of a lot of convincing the alarm. My one of my brothers to go into computer stuff in terms of pharmacy, I went into it because it felt like a safe thing to do.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Who cared about fulfilling, who cared about happy. You just needed to be safe. You needed to be able to pay your bills. You needed to be able to get by in life. And I bought into that for a very long time. And in fact, I prided myself, prided myself, prided myself on my practicality. I can forget about what I feel, just do what you gotta do to get back. And so I did, and for a while I did and I probably would have carried on for the rest of my life, if not for the fact that I suppose there’s always been a longing in my heart for something different than I was dabbling at business and all of that kind of thing. Cause I really wanted to do my own thing for a while. And so I did and dabbled, but I kept coming back to and something, got a little bit hard, I would say, Hey, at least I’m a pharmacist who cares.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Let’s just go back to doing what we do, do the pharmacy thing, because I hadn’t learned boundaries. I hadn’t learned to say no. I kept trying to get people’s approval by saying yes to things that I really didn’t need to be saying yes, to particularly around the area of money I wasn’t wise at all. I was blessed to be a blessing and I was just distributed the thing, any old house? Yes. The debt took over and I go, I was pregnant with my first child and realized, Oh, I don’t know how I’m going to sustain all of this. I, I had thought that I would give birth to my child and give her to some kind of childcare or somebody at six weeks old and go back to work working all the hours that God says as I was doing 50, 60 hours, trying to keep my head above water in terms of the debt and all of that.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Trying to be a blessing to other people, taking them. Cause I always, wanted to empower young people, particularly when I was younger. And so I was trying to take them to conferences and paying for them to do this, that, and the other had people living with me, all of this stuff, trying to live out what I considered to be my calling whilst at the same time, maintaining a practical, responsible life. However, when I got pregnant, I just couldn’t foresee given away. My child has six weeks to anyone. And so I was like, what am I going to do? I have all of this debt and other bills coming to hit me over the head basically and no money. And the only solution I could see at that point bankruptcy, I came out of the bankruptcy court feeling horrible. It felt like an utter failure. It was not what I envisioned for my life. I woke up the next morning, seven months pregnant a few days before Christmas, dead inside. Ultimately I literally felt as if I was, I call that period of time. It was about four years or so the blank because I literally felt blank inside. I now see that I was pretty dang depressed at that point. And I felt like an utter failure. I gave up all ideas of dreams and visions and all of that stuff. I felt that kind of good stuff happens to other people. It does not happen to people like me to give away all my personal development books, spiritual development books now. Yeah. Whatever those people with your stupid testimonies help people like me. I’m just going to stick with being a pharmacist for the rest of my life and figure out how, I don’t know how to make your work, but being pregnant with my first daughter and then giving birth to her, I realized I want to home educate. I don’t want to be working 50, 60 hours trying to, I don’t know what just live my husband and I decided we wanted a different way. And so at this point, and this was after giving birth to my third child, I finally started to wake up properly. Cause for that whole period of time, I really was just kind of going through the motions and trying to be the best mother I could be. And a wife and trying to pretend that you even feel so dead inside, but I really did. And then when I gave birth to my third child, six weeks later, I realized I’m still broke. I’m still going to have to go back to work.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Unless I find some other way to do things, nothing has changed just because I buried my head in the sand for the last four years, didn’t actually change anything. And there was some other random drama around my extended family where they’re insulting me. Well, the truth is I hid the fact that I’d gone bankrupt from them. So they didn’t know that I just didn’t have any money. And they continue to ask for money that I couldn’t give them. And this time they started insulting me. And this time I was just like the final straw. I have to do something different. This is not me. This is not who I am. This is not the life that I’m supposed to be living just enough of this. And so at this point I really got serious. What am I going to do? I do not want to return to pharmacy full time forever and ever, and ever, and put the girls in some kind of childcare.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And I don’t want them to grow up thinking that their only choices are growing a family or be at work. In fact, I even had a client today saying exactly that it’s like either I’m looking after my children or I’m working all the hours, God sends to make money and just didn’t want my girls. Cause they’re all three girls as well to feel that that’s their only option. And how could I tell them there’s another option. If I didn’t have the courage to figure out what the options were for me. And so at this point, I got serious about what am I going to do? Yeah, pharmacy is great and it can be convenient, but I hate it. I have to wake up and do that every freaking morning. I hate the fact that I have to do it and give my children away in order to do it.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

I just hate it. I hate being at the Beck and call of money. Seriously, this cannot be life. What am I going to do? Very new mind that I was, yeah, that was a heck. Well, I’d gone bankrupt. I felt really stupid around money. It felt stupid to even be thinking like this, but I knew I had to do something different. So I suppose that’s pharmacy. How did I get into pharmacy? My parents, my looking around the world and thinking, well, it’s a hostile place. I better find something to do. That is acceptable ish. And that makes good money. Really. That’s how I got into pharmacy. There were parts of it. I liked, I’m not going to say it was all terrible. There are parts of me that I like where the talking to actual people and try to help them get off their drugs if I could.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And that those parts I still do well, I don’t help people get off drugs, but I do speak to people. And that’s the part I really liked. I just like people, I like actually communicating with people, but that was not the main part of the job at all. So pharmacy, I could have carried on forever, but thankfully, I’m actually quite thankful for bankruptcy right now. Because if not for that, I might have just carried on in some stupid unawakened way, doing pharmacy for the rest of my life, telling myself some stupid story of there’s no choice. There’s always a choice. And that’s definitely something I discovered in my journey. There’s always a choice. The choice might seem scary, but there’s always a choice. Are you willing to make the choice? So the chance of living for yourself, living a happy life, getting free, financially abundance and love-drenched. That’s what I decided on. Finally, it was okay enough with the pharmacy. There has to be another way and he felt stupid and crazy at the time and quite scary. But I started very gently making my way across into I’ve started looking around, what do I want to do? What can I do around my kids? And it was at that point, I looked into property, which has real estate. You guys call. It was telling me about no money down. I figured, well, I have no money, so let’s go see what they’re talking about.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And so then I started on a whole different journey. But at that point with the no money down thing, I decided to start networking and seeing what that was about. So there was a guy I’d been following his emails because I’d read “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”. Like a lot of people probably have at some before I packed in the whole concept of personal development and all of that and success or your own tubs, I’d read that. And somewhere that had launched into my brain, this whole concept of prophecy, but I just thought it was something I would do when I was later on in life. When I had saved up money from being a pharmacist. But after all of this happened, I realized, well, these people are talking about different strategies I could potentially do now. And so at that point I went, I was like two stone overweight, which I think for you guys is about 28 pounds or something.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

I felt like a frumpy old mommy. Ultimately I felt really terrible walking into this room and in fact, I had some people just got to go a little and look over me as if I was non-existing, but I thought, whatever, let’s go in here and figure out if there’s something that they can help me with. I was on this person’s list for six years. He had somehow come through the whole property crash and real estate crash and all of that stuff in 2007, eight, or whenever it was. And he was still going. So I went to his thing. I started listening to him some more and then decided to mental with him because I figured, well, I’d done. God knows how many years of training to be a pharmacist and a dabble that start in business and thought that I could figure it out on my own. And it hadn’t.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

So maybe this time as I was serious about it, this time let’s get some help. So I did, I paid out a heck of a lot of money. I did not have to work with him. My husband wasn’t slightly petrified, but I was committed. I knew I had to make this work. I would look at my daughters and think, yeah, this is working. I don’t care how these princesses are going to figure out that there’s a different way. They’re going to see their mother showing them a different way. I invested all 10,000 pounds that I really, really, really did not have at that point, but I figured I would make it back somehow. And I did in that, that year of mentoring with him, I just really did whatever the guy did say, I’d be petrified. I’d be shouting to myself in the car.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

She who dares wins. She who dares wins. There I am daring to do the things that I never thought I could do. And the thing that people will find as they start doing things that scare them a little bit as if that following. Cause I suppose for me, as I said earlier, the spiritual connection thing has always been quite important to me though. I’d hidden it somewhat from it, but definitely, as I started in business, it became even more important to me. And so there was this feeling of, as I start to do things that scare me a little bit, but they seem to be going in the direction of my actual calling or the thing that I actually want to do that doors that I never would have expected, just kind of opened. So things that I never thought would happen happened, but only because I was on the path.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And so there was almost a sense of being taken care of. Didn’t still fill me with complete confidence at that point, but I just remember feeling, Oh, it’s just these things happening. And it seems all be coming together. Thank you, God. There are still times of, Oh my God, is any of this even working? What am I doing? I’m like crazy. How dare I think that I can do this. We’re going to say I haven’t told my mom, I want to stay in business. And she was laughing at me thinking you’re just not a business kind of woman. So how could I think that I could do this? And it was all of that, all of that stuff going on that goes on in one’s mind when one tries to do something outside of their experience. But I carried on anyway, did whatever this dude said to do.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And by the end of the year, I did, when this Porsche Boxster for being property businesswoman of the year, my husband was absolutely amazed by this Porsche Boxster because he was a Porsche Boxster. Basically. I was just like, Oh my gosh, Oh my gosh, there was this hope inside of me again that said actually, Rosemary, when you commit, when you really get your mind in gear and really follow through on what you say you want to do, you actually do make things work. So it was the stirrings of my confidence returning to me again, this feeling of I can do this stuff. And so, yeah, I did make the money back inequity in terms of the house and that first year and also one this Porsche box, which then later on a few months later, we decided to sell on and buy another property with.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

So that was really cool. And then also within six months of that course completing, I went into work with a different coach, but I also managed to find a new, a strategy that worked for me that I was able to really run with. And again, it was another divine kind of connection, just, okay, I’m scared of doing this. Let me just try and see what I can do here. As I was doing that to doors just started opening houses, appeared all of this stuff that just would not have happened if I hadn’t just tried. And within six months, ultimately I was more than making my pharmacist salary. So that was 18 months from starting. And then I and my coach at that point said, Hey, Rosemary, you realize that you covered your monthly salary. You could just stop. Ooh, I got,

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

So at that point, I did. It took me another year before I had the courage to actually in my resignation, to the whole pharmacy boards that I was not going to practice ever again, but at least I stopped work and carried on doing the property side of things. But in the doing of the property side of things, I recognize also that it was a bit of a sideways step. I’d done pharmacy because it was a practical thing while it was, obviously, everybody knew that pharmacists, they make enough money, then all of that stuff. So that was practical. It was success on other people’s terms. Great. And when I moved into business also the whole property real estate thing in some ways was a sideways step. It wasn’t the desire of my heart, the desire of my heart, one of the sides of my head was to be my own business. So in some ways, it fulfill that, but being in property that wasn’t really what I wanted to do, but it felt more practical then the whole concept of coaching.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Cause as I mentioned earlier, I really wanted to empower. I started by empowering young people, but I’d always see myself as, at some point when I was about 71 after retirement, I would empower a heck of a lot of more people and that would become my life or some kind of ministry churchy thing. I always thought maybe it was going to be in church or something along those lines. But working with this other coach, he said, what do you really want to do? Because it seems this property thing isn’t actually what you want to do is just what you’re doing because it seems sensible. And it was, and I could have carried on just to see him as I could carry it on with pharmacy, but it wasn’t the thing I really wanted to do. So I said, well, I would really kind of like to be a coach, I think because I’d read about coaching again prior to the whole bankruptcy and all of that.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And again, it was one of those books that I put to the side thinking, yeah, right. Like that could happen for me basically in the blank period. But then I came back to it again, actually, I really do want to do something like this where I’m empowering other people and supporting them in moving forward, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. And the stuff I had been doing our church anyway, but could I do it in the actual world? Does it work really? But then I was working with a coach who obviously it works. And, and also because I’d done this whole, the Porche and all of that people started asking if I could help them with their businesses, help them get off the ground with a strategy that I had used. And so this coach encouraged me to just, you know, try to do that, do what you actually want to do.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

So I started transitioning again to something more, my heart. Again, I was more practical cause I still a very practical person. So again, I was like, I’m going to go down the road of just a business coach, just talk, tips, tricks and strategies. But again, I did that made that successful, but I knew that there was more and also working with people, the recognition that it’s, sometimes it’s not the fact that you don’t know the tips or the tricks of the strategies that stop you from winning it’s that you can’t get past the nonsense in your head telling you that you can’t win. You can’t seem to get past the childhood craziness, which most of us don’t want to look at because it just seems stupid. We just need to supposed to be practical and just get on with life. But because I had had to deal with some of my crazy stuff.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And in fact that had a very potent example in my life where I had worked with this coach on a forgiveness day for goodness sake, which was never something I would ever have imagined in with anybody apart from my pastor or something basically. But I’d done this today where it actually gone through and forgiven, extended family and all of this stuff. And within three months to the day of that, cause I’d been studying into my business, which is why I’d considered it because I’d been trying hard. I’ve been doing everything, doing all the practical stuff. And I couldn’t seem to get my business to keep moving forward. I said, okay, let’s try this. Cause he’d mentioned, you know, there’s stuff in your head that maybe you want to clear. It was only because I’d hit the ceiling in my income in terms of my business that I considered it because I wouldn’t have normally I’ve considered something so soft.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And even though I was a spiritual person, I just, it just didn’t seem to be connected. But I did this forgiveness day. And within three months of that, my income doubled without me doing anything different, I suddenly realized actually it is important. This stuff matters. Then saw it in the client’s time and time again that it wasn’t that they didn’t know what to do is that for whatever reason they couldn’t do it. And it was always some kind of weird reason inside of their head. They couldn’t do it consistently. They just couldn’t picture themselves living the life that they wanted to live. There were just all kinds of reasons inside of them that said, it’s just impossible. I’m going to be scammed people like you don’t get to live that way. And all this stuff that I had gone through, all the stuff that I’d had to handle in order to keep moving forward.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

I suddenly realized that there was a need not just to talk about tips, tricks, and strategies. Yes, we have to do the practical stuff, but the practical stuff alone will never get us the true success that we want. The freedom we want, the happiness, we want the fulfillment we want it can get you some money, but that’s it. And if I just wanted money, I may as well have just stayed being a pharmacist. I didn’t just want money. I want a life, a life that I enjoyed a free life where I got to do what I wanted to do with people. I wanted to do it for whatever I wanted to do it. And that’s what a lot of people wanted as well. So I could teach them the tips, tricks, and strategies. A lot of people couldn’t even do that because there was just all of this stuff going on inside of them, even when they did do it, they got some money.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

I wasn’t what they were looking for. And so I went from being just a business coach to what I call the prosperity minister. It’s about prosperity in all areas of life because that’s what I wanted. That’s what I had achieved with my life, where I got to the place where I was doing. Only things that I wanted to do and still being able to live, trusting my connection with the divine, knowing that that was my true source. Never the work of my hand. Yes, it was fun to do. And it is fun to create the things that I create now to work with the people that I work now, but I don’t do it for the money. The money comes anyway. Basically I do it because I love it. I do it because I want to, and it’s not just from the work area. My life is like even the relationships in my life.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

I have relationships that I want. If a relationship is feeling draining and yucky, if done, the person is not willing to, you know, do the work to elevate it, then I am free to move away from that. I no longer do anything to get somebody love or to get somebody as affection or approval. I’m free from that because I know my source. I know what is true. I know my true foundation and he continues to get better and better. I continue to expand and expand and freer and freer. And that’s what people want. A lot of people get to the point where it’s like the hits in the head against ceilings that they can’t seem to breakthrough. It’s not that they’re not willing to work. It’s not enough to work. That’s the thing. It’s not enough to just do the physical stuff is all the stuff we sometimes try to avoid.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And that’s what I learned. And that’s what I teach. And that’s what I’m. Yeah, that’s what my life has become about showing that there is a different way to live. And so I suppose that’s how I came to be in who I am here. But there was a lot of stuff for me to work through with being in the third world country, having armed robbers come around the house and living with fear around that. And my father having the, his spinal cord broken and all of this stuff, which I had to then work through that stuff, which I thought had nothing to do with my adult life, but he had everything to do with it. And there’s a lot of people who’ve gone through all manner of stuff. A lot of people in my community generally have a story, which is why they’re attracted to me in some way.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And it’s recognizing that story makes you strong. Sure. But that story, if you don’t handle it appropriately, it can be the reason that you don’t get the life that you really truly want. The reason that you continue to do everything you do just to get love or to get money. And so you become a prisoner to other people’s opinions of you. You become a prisoner to the job, doing something just for money. You become a prisoner to money. You become a slave to money, but there’s free away. And that’s what I’ve discovered. And I continue to discover. I’m definitely not perfect by any stretch of the imagination. I still have my moments of crazy doubts and fear. And yet I come back to, I know who I am. I know my source. And regardless of what’s happening in the physical reality, it’s like at the time of this recording, there’s all the crazy virus stuff.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And it’s like, it hasn’t really impacted me at all because it’s just like, yeah, well, whatever. We just keep moving forward because I know that whatever is happening out there, everything is always working out for my good. And so there’s that certainty, that safety, that sureness, despite the craziness around me. And that’s what people wanting a feeling of peace despite chaos ultimately. So I suppose that’s me, that’s my story. That’s mine. That’s how I got to be me doing what I do and et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.

Brett Dupree:

What does that look like working with you?

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Working with me at the moment is coming into what I call the abundance library. I spent a lot of time creating what I call the abundance library. It’s coming in there to immerse yourself in a different way of thinking because I have a heck of a lot of programs.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

I’ve been creating programs. As I learn, as I go deeper with the divine, as I discover things, even in terms of my business and have grown it and all of that stuff, I almost like documented into programs into digital programs, which I used to sell on a one to one basis until they felt guided and led to just put them all into a library because I was, I’m just very prolific. So I was getting 200 programs, 150 programs that I just created because I just love to share what’s going on inside of me. If someone asks a question, I can program together around it to really go deep into understanding why is this a blah, blah, blah. And so I felt led to just put them all into what I call the abundance library because the thing I realized as well is the immersion is so important for people because right now we’re all immersed in a world that is telling you that either you have to do things you don’t want to do for the rest of your life.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

And that’s just the way life is or that you’re just not worth anything. And you’re just a number. I just one of 7 billion and it doesn’t really matter or who knows why whatever stories we’re all listening to. And we kind of get a school, teach us the same thing. Everything teaches us the same stuff. And as we’re immersed in that, when people like me come and tell you that there’s a different way, it almost feels like it’s not possible. And so I felt like if people can listen to these things and start to shake some of their ideas, they’ll, it’ll make it easier for them to move into whatever it is that they want to do. So the abundance library is a place that I always like people to start. It immerses themselves in those programs, listen to something all each day. All you need to do is listen is what I like to say.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

All you need to do is listen because that will start you thinking a different way. The start you connect into the divine in a different way, more empowering way of forgetting all those crazy ideas that religion may have taught you or your family may have passed down to you or who knows what? That just leaves you feeling that the divine is allowed to punish you or judge you or who knows what. And I do really truly feel, believe that that relationship is foundational to people’s success. And I suppose if you’re a spiritual person, I wouldn’t even need to tell you that you just believe that anyway. But yeah, so it’s the abundance library. And then I work with people a bit more personally, within the deliberate millionaire assembly, which is all the programs. Plus my personal attention in there as part of a group kind of program.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

That’s a great place to be as well as I can work with people on a one to one basis. But I, that’s a very, very small number of people that I work with on a personal basis. But really I, cause I really do believe people need to start by sharing some of their ideas. Cause if I work with someone who isn’t quite ready to completely move into the next level, it’s almost a waste of time. So I need them to be at a place where they recognize that the way you have been thinking, the way you’ve been immersed in the environment you’ve been immersed in is not necessarily the only truth. There is free away. And so the abundance library, deliberate millionaire assembly are quite accessible ways for people to recognize that there’s a different way to live life. And then we’d say we’re the ones who work together and inclusive way or not. But the community is really where it’s at. So that’s how people would work with me at the moment. It starts with the abundance library, decides whether they want to come and work with me a bit more personally in the assembly. But yeah, that’s me.

Brett Dupree:

Do you have any fun success stories to share,?

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

But I’ve seen the clients go from stuck in there. There was one particular client who was a what’s called Letting agent. I don’t know if you guys have them. He rents out other people’s properties for them and gets a fee. I don’t know what you guys call them, but we call them, letting agents and he’d been hiding in his office in some ways. And in our work together, he learned how to go and give speeches and speak in front of audiences. Things that he never thought was possible for him. He opened up a whole different branch of his business and he continues to expand. So that was something that I did with someone there was it called offline, but then on an online basis as well, I’ve had lots of people just kind of coming awake and starting their own businesses, but not just starting a business in something, Oh, just make me money.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

But starts in businesses, doing things that they really have always thought they would like to do, but didn’t think they could. And then, because we did all the clearing work and we did, of course, there’s the practical stuff. They found the courage to actually get their businesses off the ground. So I’ve seen lots of people transition, just like I did from an unfulfilling job or business to their own fulfilling and highly profitable online business. So that’s definitely something that happens quite regularly with the work that I do with people as well as just going through it. Cause I’m, I’m a prosperity minister in all areas of life. So sometimes it’s relationship stuff. So I’ve seen people come out to breakups. I move on into more empowering relationships where they feel loved and are able to give love. So it was just a mixture of different, different things. But those are the few of the things that I’ve definitely done with people. It’s just fun to see people come alive to who they are. I’m not going to pretend. It’s always easy. The transition can sometimes feel a little bit like, Oh my gosh, but we continued to walk through it together and they get through to the other side. So yeah, it’s just fulfilling to see.

Brett Dupree:

Awesome. Well, we are coming to the end of our time together. And one thing I like to ask my guests is to do a one minute of motivation. You can imagine this as if you have a time machine and you’re going back to your eight-year-old self and you want to convey everything. You need to live a happy, joyful life, but unfortunately, you’ll have a minute until your pop back into the future. Or you can think about it as condensing your entire life’s message into a minute. So you’re ready.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Okay. Prosperity in every single area of your life is your natural state. It is your divine right. All of those dreams you have of the writer speaking of singing in front of an audience. Yes, I know your parents told you it’s not practical, but I’m telling you right now, please don’t let go of that stuff. Do not go out and do some stupid pharmacy thing. Basically just follow through on your, what your chemistry teacher tells. You tell you that you shouldn’t do music stuff, do it because that is actually where your true design lies. That’s really what you want to do. And you can make it happen. By the time you become older enough, you will find out that actually the internet has come to life and you can do whatever you like on it. And I would say that to everyone. Ultimately there’s so much potential.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

All the things that you thought that you couldn’t do because you thought he was impractical somebody, some ways probably doing it. So you may as well give yourself the opportunity to do it. And as you come to do it, you will find that different things come up inside of you, that you need to face, face them so that you can continue to move forward. Connect to the divine, the divine one, withholds, absolutely nothing from you, regardless of what your crazy church person may have told you once upon a time, it is not true. You are capable of everything you set your mind to. You are powerful beyond measure. Your vision is absolutely your permission and you can be a deliberate millionaire. If you just choose to live life deliberately, rather than giving in to the nonsense and your, your conditioning, you don’t have to give in to your conditioning. You can keep your dream alive and actually bring it to life. Just mix the internal work with the external work and do not listen to anybody who tells you otherwise. Instead, cultivate that relationship with the divine. He will guide you or her, or it’s, whatever you consider the divine higher power to be will guide you to where you need to go. And it will be glorious. Just stay on your own path. Forget what the world is saying. Say on your own path, okay. The end.

Brett Dupree:

Thank you for coming on my podcast. I really enjoy listening to your story on how you listen to the world around you and try to conform to what lives a happy and joyful life. But unfortunately, that didn’t fit you as you needed more. And being able to go through that, especially bankruptcy, something that I went through in my past, and I know that feeling of worthlessness that comes with it. So to be able to take that feeling and expand on it and turn your life around into something else that is more fulfilling about realizing that was just trying to fit into another box. Society, wanted you to be in and finally stepping into who you truly are, which is all to empower other people and shine your light in a way that allows other people to shine. Their light is extremely inspiring. So thank you so much for being on my podcast and thank you so much for everything you do.

Rosemary Nonny Knight:

Thank you for inviting me. It’s such a pleasure to be here with you, for sure.

Brett Dupree:

May your day be special.

Inspirational Life Coach Brett Dupree (266 Posts)

Internationally certified life coach through inviteCHANGE, Brett Dupree envisions a powerful future in which people live in pure joy. He believes that there is a great transformation just around the corner and he coaches people on how to use passion and inspiration to ride the powerful wave of awakening that is sweeping this world. Brett has dedicated his life to the study of personal empowerment. He believes that real lasting change comes from changing from the inside out. Working with you one-on-one, Brett helps you listen to your inner voice to reach your goals with passion, inspiration and ease . He creates a sacred space that allows you clients to bask in the joy of creation. He will help you find peace and balance in their lives so you can transform yourself into a self leader. Using the power of intentions, the Law of Attraction and his deep loving powerful heart he helps his clients gain miraculous results.


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