Episode 34

Published on:

18th Nov 2022

034: Jamie & Jacklyn Purvis - Stepping Into Who You Want To Be: The Be Do Have Movement

Jamie & Jacklyn Purvis are the father-daughter founders of the Be Do Have Movement, a high- performance coaching company. They help people get unstuck to build bigger businesses and better lives. It’s their mission to empower people to be the best they can be, and have the courage to follow their dreams and live their best lives.

Today, Jonathan, Jamie and Jacklyn talk about the origin story of the Be Do Have Movement, common challenges Jamie and Jacklyn help their clients overcome, and how the definition of success varies from Boomers to Millennials to Gen Zers.

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Key Takeaways

01:10 – Jonathan introduces today’s guests, Jamie & Jacklyn Purvis, who joins the show to share early financial lessons they learned, how sobriety brought financial clarity to Jamie, and their shared experience as entrepreneurs

10:28 – The origin story of the Be Do Have Movement

13:34 – How Jamie and Jacklyn’s coaching dynamic works

17:18 – Issues Jamie and Jacklyn are helping their clients overcome

21:50 – Jamie and Jacklyn expound on what ‘Be Do Have’ really means

27:21 – Jamie and Jacklyn speaks to what success means to her generation

31:01 – One piece of financial advice to heed and one thing to absolutely ignore

37:24 – The last thing Jamie & Jacklyn changed their minds about and one thing that they would like people to know about each of them

39:52 – Jonathan thanks Jamie & Jacklyn for joining the show and let’s listeners know where to connect with them and learn more about the Be Do Have Movement

Tweetable Quotes

“It would have been in my mid to late thirties before I really took control of my finances. And losing seven houses and renting for seven years, in hindsight, was a blessing; at the time it was hell. I never took any personal responsibility early on for it. And then once I took responsibility and realized I had to start moving forward is when I started the process.” (04:38) (Jamie)

“I think in my heart I always knew working on my own and creating something on my own was what I wanted. I saw a lot more purpose and joy coming out of that space. I just didn’t know at the time, coming out of school, what that could be.” (10:08) (Jacklyn)

“Where Jacklyn’s really been helping bring so much value is having the experience and being able to help people release things that they hold on to. I notice that the age, in my mind anyway, isn’t an issue with people. When they know you can help them, they are not concerned about the age at all. And I’ve watched Jacklyn evolve through this.” (16:19) (Jamie)

“What we’ve realized is to get to outcomes faster, it’s about who you’re being in the first place. It’s picking a direction and then focusing on the self-image, and how you’re showing up, and what kind of attitude you have, how you’re communicating with people, and really stepping into those characteristics first so that you can then do the habits and the actions that much faster to get to that goal and that outcome.” (23:04) (Jacklyn)

“As much as it’s that income, what else? You’re not just gonna have that income and then poof be successful. It’s also how are you showing up every day? What type of person are you being? It’s gonna come back to that ‘being’ piece. I was very lucky Jamie taught me what that was and how to show up as a person and how to really be a leader in your own life. It’s something that I practice every single day. That doesn’t go away; it just becomes a part of growing and the journey.” (28:57) (Jacklyn)

“Invest time thinking. Imagine creating space in your life, thirty minutes, where you can think. Thirty minutes a week where you take time, shut off all distractions, turn on the timer on your phone, and think about the life you want to live. What would it be? Time and money aren’t an option. What do you love to do? What inspires you? And just think. And, in that, you’re gonna get really connected to the feeling. The answers are within. When I allow intuition to come through me, ideas start to flow. I solve problems by thinking.” (31:50) (Jamie)

Guest Resources

Jamie’s LinkedIn

Jacklyn’s LinkedIn

Jamie & Jacklyn’s Website

Be Do Have YouTube

Be Do Have LinkedIn

Be Do Have Facebook

Be Do Have Instagram

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