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June 15, 2024 27 mins

Two-time Emmy and Three-time NAACP Image Award-winning television Executive Producer Rushion McDonald interviews The Cycling Queen Who Cultivates Confidence, Tunde Oyeneyin.  Tunde is a Peloton Instructor, New York Times Bestselling Author, Nike Athlete, and motivational speaker. Tunde Oyeneyin is a Texas native of Nigerian descent and currently resides in the New York City area with her dog Ceasar. Growing up, Tunde struggled with her body image and self-esteem, noting it took many years and hard work to get to a healthy place physically and mentally. Fitness offered Tunde a more extraordinary form of self-love, and she eventually realized it was her true calling to motivate people to join her in becoming the best version of themselves. She trusted her gut, took a leap of faith, and walked away from a lucrative 15-year career as a professional makeup artist and brand educator for some of the most coveted beauty brands in the World to become a cycling instructor in Los Angeles. She has been cycling ever since, and in 2019, she landed a prestigious role at Peloton Studios in New York City.

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Speaker 1 (00:05):
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Speaker 2 (00:24):
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Speaker 3 (00:28):
Here we go.

Speaker 4 (00:30):
I guess it's Peloton instructor in New York Times bestselling author,
Nike athlet and motivational speaking a two day Oh Your
Name is a Texas from Texas, Okay Nigerian descent and
currently resides in New York City area where her dogs
season roof growing up to day struggle with our body
image and self esteem. Not that it took many years
of hallwork to reach a healthy place physically and mentally,

fitness offered to day a more significant form of self love,
and she eventually realized it was her true caller to
motivate people to join her and becoming the best verse
of themselves. She trusted a gut, took a leap of faith,
and walked away from a lucrative fifteen year career as
a professional makeup artist and brand educator for some of
the most coveted beauty brands in the world to become

a cycling instructor in Los Angeles.

Speaker 1 (01:14):
She has been.

Speaker 4 (01:15):
Cycling ever since the twenty nineteen Atlanta a prestigious role
at Peloton Studios in New York City. Please welcome to the
money making conversation, Massaclifte Tunday.

Speaker 1 (01:24):
Oh your name see see see Tounday.

Speaker 4 (01:28):
You know, first of all, your first name is beautiful,
your last name is fantastic and origins and Nigerian is
it sells like your queen, It sells prestigious. Tell me
the origin of your name, your background on your name.

Speaker 3 (01:40):
So a majority said, my parents immigrated here from.

Speaker 5 (01:44):
Nigeria many years before I was born with the dream
of living the American dream. By name tune Day. It's
a very popular Nigerian name.

Speaker 6 (01:55):
Actually, it's very popular.

Speaker 3 (01:57):
Other is it's like Amber or as Sarah or Jessica. Uh.

Speaker 5 (02:03):
It means mother is back again. When a man's mother
dies the next child's be born into the name born
into the family, there is the name tu Date. So
after my dad's mother passed away, I took the name
tun Day. It's Tuday's actually a boy's name. My full
name is Ya tu Day. So yes, it is a
very popular name.

Speaker 6 (02:23):

Speaker 1 (02:24):

Speaker 4 (02:24):
You know when I when I when I do these interviews,
you know, you do all this background research, and one
of the background things that came up was bullying, you know,
and you know there's there's always a journey to this point
because you're incredibly beautiful, you're athletic.

Speaker 1 (02:39):
You know.

Speaker 4 (02:39):
I asked you about it fat off here and you go, huh. So,
you know, it just made me feel bad because I
know I got body fat on me. Okay. I represent
Steven A. Smith from ESPN, Right, he's one of my
best friends and my client. Every He's lost thirty pounds,
all right. So I was with him yesterday in Lairs
First Fame.

Speaker 1 (03:00):
By his mouth rashan, I'm down the twelve percent body fat.
I just looked at him, Win.

Speaker 4 (03:05):
I don't know what that means, but thank you for
telling me information. So I'm talking to a fitness expert that.

Speaker 3 (03:11):
Is very impressive, though.

Speaker 6 (03:12):
That is wildly you.

Speaker 4 (03:13):
Know, he's I'm so proud of because he's lost thirty pounds.
He's mad at me because my stomach is still flattered
in his and but that's another story. You know, I'm
not in shape, toun day, don't tell me I'm not
in shape. Okay, I'm a guy who has the disguise
of the look of.

Speaker 1 (03:28):
Being in shape.

Speaker 4 (03:30):
So you started out in the makeup field, Okay, why.

Speaker 3 (03:37):
Why did I start out? Did you make up?

Speaker 6 (03:38):

Speaker 3 (03:39):
I enjoy gifting people with confidence?

Speaker 1 (03:43):
Okay, I still do.

Speaker 3 (03:44):
I enjoyed gifting people with confidence. I would have somebody
who would At the.

Speaker 5 (03:48):
Time I worked, when I started, I worked with the
beauny counter, and I would see someone come in and
maybe she her shoulders were hunched over and her head
was down and her hair was in a bond.

Speaker 3 (04:00):
She didn't want to make eye content because she didn't
feel confident.

Speaker 5 (04:03):
And then forty five minutes later she sits up straight,
shoulders back, hair comes out of the bun, and she
is feeling what she's seeing in herself. And so if
I can bring out the beauty of your eye shape
or highlight the gift of your complexion, and it makes
you feel good. That gift of confidence, it makes me

feel good. And so I enjoyed gifting people with confidence.
Now I do that every single day by virtue of
a bike and also my books speak. But I enjoy
empowering people. Empowers me to empower others.

Speaker 4 (04:37):
We know it's motivation is such a significant tool. When
did you realize that was part of your gift?

Speaker 1 (04:44):
You know? Because you know you know how tall are you?
I'm just asking how tall are you?

Speaker 3 (04:49):
I think I'm five to seven and a half. When
I have big hair, I lean, this.

Speaker 1 (04:54):
Is not big hair. This is not big hair right.

Speaker 6 (04:56):
Now, this is flat hair.

Speaker 3 (04:57):
Tun day now, this is five seven.

Speaker 6 (04:58):
Two days.

Speaker 1 (05:00):
So you're athletic. You're five seven.

Speaker 4 (05:03):
So when you have big hair and heels, you roll
in about five eleven five ten.

Speaker 1 (05:08):
Right? Do you come in a room today? Is it
a game changer?

Speaker 4 (05:14):
Is it a room turner when you come in the room?

Speaker 1 (05:19):
Come on? Now, I would take.

Speaker 7 (05:22):
Sure maybe the physical show, yeah, but I think that
I think that I would say it's a confidence thing too,
because I say that because I can have the heel
on and the red lips.

Speaker 1 (05:34):
Are on, and the earrings right and that's an energy, right,
And then.

Speaker 5 (05:38):
I can have on a pair of some Nike sweats
with some Jurans and a hat, and I can you
can still feel my presence, like when you feel yourself
in your power. When you feel in your power, you
feel in your power. Yeah, there are things that make
me feel more empowered. If I hear it, the the
gloss on, I feel more in my power. I feel

ready to take up space and I can do that
in a pair of sweats too. I think that when
you're able to connect to your power. I know that
my power.

Speaker 6 (06:07):
Is my ability to leave right and.

Speaker 5 (06:10):
To move people through my words and also on a
bike right, knowing that tapping into that, being able to
like reset my frequency, I think that's my power. And
I think that's the energy people feel when I walk
into a room and a pair of Stillos helps.

Speaker 4 (06:30):
And confidence and confidence you know, you know you know
when I when I because when I look in your
background and I would tell you a personal story of me,
you know, because I'm older than you. And bullying is
a term that's very used a lot, you know, last
twenty years to start picking them speed and social media

put it on steroids because bullying is a lot, happens
a lot in social media.

Speaker 1 (06:56):
And I remember I was.

Speaker 4 (06:57):
Reading in the middle school in this little girl told
the class room and everybody, I'm tired of him reading.
I want to read. He's not the best reader in
the world. And that shut me down, you know that.
That that that put me in a space where I
didn't want to feel out of like I was special.
I wanted to feel normal. I was fighting to feel

normal all the way through my high school life. I
didn't I stepped away from being this smart guy and
I wanted to be quote unquote regular. Now when you
talk about that, that was a bullying experience that altered
my life, you know, it altered the way I spoke
it all the way I wanted to present myself a
general public.

Speaker 1 (07:35):
What was your bullying experience?

Speaker 5 (07:36):
Like, Yeah, And at the time, I don't even know
I to your point of that, I named it and
I just knew that people wanted me. I knew that
I didn't look like everybody else, and the results of
that people treated they differently. I felt that I grew
up in a product primarily white neighborhood.

Speaker 3 (07:55):
I didn't see people that looked like me.

Speaker 5 (07:56):
There were a few black folks that were in my school,
but nobody had dark skin me at least no girls
had dark skin like me. My mother's skin was about
your complexion, and so I didn't see people that look
like me.

Speaker 3 (08:07):
I was overweight, I was heavy. I was made fun
of for the way that I talk, for.

Speaker 6 (08:12):
The color of my skin and for my size, for
my hair.

Speaker 5 (08:15):
I've born grades my entire life, and I was made
fun for it. And you know, I didn't think about
to your point of like reading in that moment when
you said, I either thought to myself, but to me,
bullying maybe being made fun of. It is people telling
you less, telling.

Speaker 3 (08:34):
You that you are less than you are. It's people
telling you that you are less than you are.

Speaker 5 (08:41):
And I remember even my third grade teacher.

Speaker 3 (08:46):
I remember telling my third grade teacher that I wanted
to write a book.

Speaker 5 (08:49):
One day, and she said, well, you won't because you
don't know where to place your periods and your comments,
because my punctuation was so terrible and so in essence,
I think that bullying is people minimizing you and your
ability and your work and your value based on comparison.

As a kid, you want to do everything to blend in.
And then as adult, when you step into your essence
and who you are, you want to.

Speaker 3 (09:23):
Find every way that you can stand out.

Speaker 5 (09:26):
And so I think that it's so interesting I look
back at my life and my story and all the
things that weighed me down, all the blockage, all the
ways that I got in my own way when I
was younger, and it was all a result of me
trying to do everything to not be who I am.

Speaker 3 (09:43):
Everything I was doing everything to be like everybody else.
And as an adult, the reasons.

Speaker 5 (09:49):
I love myself most are all the things that I
was that I tried not to do and try.

Speaker 3 (09:57):
Not to be and try to hide in.

Speaker 6 (10:01):
Wow, all those features qualities right, all that to.

Speaker 1 (10:05):
Come forward, right, And I one hundred percent agree with you.

Speaker 4 (10:09):
It's really amazing that, you know, I left IBM to
be a stand up comic, you know, So I went
from a person who was told not to speak in
middle school and then ran from that and eventually became
a public speaker, a person who was on stage talking
to unknown people convincing them that I was funny. So

I had to put together words that made them laugh
and eventually led to death comedy jam and all these
comedy tours and all those things. In fact, Steve Harvey
was my opening act. That's how we met and became friends.
And so so it is true sometimes you can that's
a gift. You had a gift. You didn't know what
that gift was, because now you're living a gift. And

that's the blessing of this interview is that I always
tell people between the ages of eighteen and twenty of
very important years because if you master those years a mass,
so that personality, that drive and desire, that is what
you're going to use to make money in your forties, fifties,
and sixties. You have to be able to not run
from who you are. And that's what you're doing. That

you're not running from who you are. You accepting it.
That's your motivation and that's your blessing.

Speaker 1 (11:16):

Speaker 5 (11:18):
Correct, you said between the years of eighteen and twenty two.
You know what, I'm going to validate that as true.

Speaker 3 (11:28):
I think I was.

Speaker 5 (11:31):
Nineteen or twenty when I fell into cosmetics. And again,
my purpose there, the driver there was wanting to give
to people with confidence, and I wanted people to see
themselves the.

Speaker 6 (11:46):
Way that I could see them, right.

Speaker 5 (11:48):
I wanted people to see themselves the way that I
could see them. I knew that that felt good in me.
I didn't know that that would move me into this
current chapter of my life, but it was definitely.

Speaker 3 (12:02):
During those prime years where I discovered that piece of.

Speaker 6 (12:07):
The college, right.

Speaker 4 (12:09):
And that's that's the blessing of this conversation. You know,
when I look at where you come from something, I
always I feel courageous in you. There's a tremendous courage
in you. I should say it that way because there's
so many people out there living jobs, doing jobs don't
like them. It pays good money, but there's that fear
of change, that fear of the unknown, and so you're

very successful. I said it in your credits. You're a career.
You were changing lives and you decided that wasn't you,
or you decided you needed to change.

Speaker 1 (12:41):
Which one was it?

Speaker 3 (12:42):
It wasn't that it wasn't me.

Speaker 5 (12:44):
Uh. It was that the gifts needed to expand itself. Okay,
It was that the vessel by which or way that
I was delivering. I knew that that had outrun its course.

Speaker 1 (13:03):
I was a.

Speaker 5 (13:04):
Makeup artist for fifteen years. I lived in Los Angeles, California.
I looked at my dream neighborhood.

Speaker 3 (13:10):
I drove my dream car, I had my dream title
on paper.

Speaker 5 (13:18):
I was living the dream. And it wasn't until one
day I was in the bathroom at work and I
was splashing water. I was one of those days where
I was, Oh, God, like I've been there for fifteen minutes.

Speaker 3 (13:32):
I was like, is this area? Get me out of here.

Speaker 5 (13:36):
I splashed water on my face and I looked at
myself in the weird and I had a real moment.

Speaker 3 (13:41):
With myself, and I had I would say at.

Speaker 5 (13:44):
The audacity, audacity to admit to myself that I hated
my job. I couldn't admit to my own self, but
I hated my job because I knew how.

Speaker 3 (13:53):
Hard I'd work to get there. I knew that I asked.

Speaker 5 (13:59):
For it, and here I was living in this life
that I asked for and I was saying I was.

Speaker 3 (14:04):
Unhappy, and I felt guilt in that.

Speaker 5 (14:07):
And so I remember being in this place of uncertainty
and so much doubt, and.

Speaker 3 (14:13):
Doct feels heavy. Doubt feels heavy.

Speaker 5 (14:15):
I think the beauty of uncertainty is infinite possibility. The
beauty of uncertainty is infinite possibility. When you don't know
what's next, don't know what's next, and so anything can
be next. Doubt doesn't feel good. But when doubt meets
you right, I think that it's the body's way of
signaling to you that a course correction is trying to

make its way in now. When we rejeest out, it
creates friction. That's why it feels heavy. But if you
can lean into hearing what's trying to come through, there's
always a message that there that is to be said.
And so Harry was in this space. I hated my job,
didn't know what I was supposed to do next. In
this space of uncertainty, I go in and take a

cycling class that changes.

Speaker 3 (15:00):
My entire life.

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Speaker 1 (16:32):
Being a corresponded for Access.

Speaker 3 (16:34):
Home, Yeah you know what, it's a brand new gig.

Speaker 5 (16:40):
I got the call like a week ago and I said, yes,
where do I sign? And then hours later they told
me that my first interview would be with Usher, and
so I just a this morning. He was as awesome
as you could dream that usher would be. And I'm
so incredibly excited to embark in this new chapter of

my life. I said before that my love is gifting
people with confidence, connecting with people, being able to reach
people and inspire through them through my work, through my
voice and through my stories, and so to be able
to now again deliver the gift through a different vessel,
I'm really really really excited about it and eager to

see to see what this.

Speaker 4 (17:27):
Leads to your star. Come on, I'm gonna be real here,
but I want to I want to do you. Are
you familiar with Steven A.

Speaker 1 (17:34):

Speaker 6 (17:35):
You know who he is, Stephen A Smith?

Speaker 1 (17:38):
Yeah, ESPN Steven A Smith.

Speaker 3 (17:40):
Yeah, I'm sure.

Speaker 1 (17:42):
He is a peloton fanatic.

Speaker 4 (17:48):
He rides that bike every day and of course that's
been one of the amazing reasons he's lost thirty pounds
over the last i'd say four or five months. Okay,
I want to connect him with you.

Speaker 1 (18:00):
In fact, you know, here's one of the hottest podcasts.

Speaker 3 (18:03):
Taking my class and he's mad at me.

Speaker 4 (18:05):
He doesn't want to be No, Yeah, because because I
I one of the keys in any relationship is, you know,
connections and being able to connect people. You know, he's
he's one of the biggest personalities in sports today as
well as his podcast is like a straight fire I
should say YouTube channel, it's straight fired. I want to

connect them. That's just a personal thing because you just
ooze star power, you ooze connection, you ooze you can
be yourself around you and the fact that you are
this incredible instructor on Peloton and I have an amazing
a list talent that I know that uses Peloton.

Speaker 1 (18:45):

Speaker 4 (18:45):
I got to make that connection. If you're comfortable with that,
I want to do that, so thank you so much. Yeah,
I got to because he has a studio he's building
in New Jersey.

Speaker 1 (18:56):

Speaker 4 (18:56):
I want to get you on this show as a
guest because y'all need to neck and make things happen.
And his bread or bring some nice glow to you,
and of course him talking to somebody who drives him
crazy every morning every day afternoon riding that bike.

Speaker 1 (19:12):
Y'all do need to connect.

Speaker 4 (19:13):
And you know, as we close out this interview, I've
had a fantastic time in talking to you. The word
athlete being associated with your name, you know, the word athlete,
a Nike athlete being associated with your name. You know
that's a very powerful name. You know, athletism, athleticism. Did

you ever expect that? You know, you was in the
beauty field. You know you were bullied as a youth.

Speaker 1 (19:41):
You was in.

Speaker 4 (19:42):
The beauty field and now a Nike athlete. Talk to
us about that journey.

Speaker 3 (19:48):
Did I ever expect that? Absolutely not? Job No, for
many reasons.

Speaker 5 (19:53):
One, growing up, I tried out for every single sport
under the sun, and I never made the cut. My
brothers were, you're from Texas, Texas is life. Texas is
air and water or sorry, football is life in Texas.
It is your air, it is your water. Basketball is cool,
but football is life. My brothers were star football players
to our basketball players. And so I remember when I

moved from elementary to middle school and middle school in
high school ever time, because my brothers were older than me,
and so every time I would come into the new school,
the teachers would say, oh wow, you're an oh nay,
and the teachers would light up and so excited, and
I would say, look, I didn't get the gift. And
I'd try out and I wouldn't make the cut. And
so no, I didn't see this for myself and it

didn't exist.

Speaker 3 (20:39):
And then even when I entered the world of fitness,
did I see it for myself? No, you know what
my dream was, I said.

Speaker 5 (20:44):
To myself when I entered the world of being a
fitness and being a fitness trainer, I said, it would
be really cool to be a model for Nike.

Speaker 3 (20:52):
Like if Nike would like let me do.

Speaker 5 (20:54):
One of their campaigns, I'd show up and I'd wear
the brother art free, just like let me be in
the act.

Speaker 3 (20:58):
And the space didn't exist yet.

Speaker 5 (21:01):
When I when I signed on to Nike almost three
years ago, I was named the first ever Nike athlete,
or I was the first ever Nike athlete to come
from the world of training and fitness, And so it
created a space.

Speaker 3 (21:16):
And you know, I just said it out loud when
I get chills, it's it's to be associated with NI.
Can't be able to say first ever insert.

Speaker 6 (21:26):
Any line that cut to come behind that.

Speaker 5 (21:28):
I know what that means, not just for myself, Shan,
but for every single person that looks like me, moves
like me, didn't believe in themselves like me, didn't see
their gift, didn't see their worthiness. And then I also
know the space that it allots and creates for other

people just like me that are fitness trainers to come
in and so it means a lot. And did I
expect it?

Speaker 7 (22:00):

Speaker 3 (22:00):
In one trillion years, the.

Speaker 5 (22:03):
Space didn't exist, So how could I have accepted it?

Speaker 1 (22:08):
Wow? You know, thank you.

Speaker 4 (22:12):
You're amazing and I can't give you as many compliments
as you deserve. You know, your journey it's only started
Tune Day, you know. Yeah, Beyonce, after you have Share
out there, you have Oprah out there. You know, you
have Tune Day out there. U and embrace that name,
embrace that brand. You are a brand. And this is

what I do for a living. I look at people.
I've been fortunate in my life to turn a lot
of people who are celebrities into major international stars. That's
what you will become. I brought you on this show
just to hear your story. Your story is fascinating. Your
story is amazing. And again, good luck, and I thank
you for coming up money making conversation Masterfarin Oh.

Speaker 3 (22:53):
I so appreciate you. I had such a good time.

Speaker 4 (22:57):
Well, you know, I wanted that fun because you're a
Texas girl and I they want to come over here
with some little you know, but be respectful because you
know you all star. But didn't want to put a
little rushanism on here in this interview.

Speaker 1 (23:08):
But I will tell you this as we close. I
did see your interview.

Speaker 4 (23:12):
I mean that's your interview a commercial on TV and
I was I was just, you know, in the house,
just sitting around looking and we was in between. Can
we have scheduled one time? And then we had to
change the schedule And the day we changed, I walked
in my house, turn on the TV and there you
were on my TV screen tun day because they put
your name on the screen. Other way, my wife, I'm

an interview her one day.

Speaker 1 (23:37):
You're acting like you had been around.

Speaker 4 (23:39):
I said, but this, but you know, you're the first
type I've never I've done the football, I've done the basketball,
I've done the singers, I've done the actors. I've never
done a fitness.

Speaker 1 (23:50):
Athlete at your level.

Speaker 4 (23:52):
You go medal, you gold status.

Speaker 3 (23:54):
You know.

Speaker 5 (23:55):
What did you report that? That was the best compliment ever? Literally,
Margarita's with you any time. But let me ask you this,
not not anywhere outside Texas. Let's say you are in
only Texas. What is your order?

Speaker 6 (24:10):
It says a lot what is not what?

Speaker 3 (24:14):
What is your order? When you go get text mets,
what is your order?

Speaker 5 (24:18):

Speaker 4 (24:18):
Come on, come on girl, Okay the restaurant. Okay, I'm
based in Atlanta, which does not even match.

Speaker 1 (24:23):
Houston has the best food.

Speaker 4 (24:24):
I love New York Chicago, but okay, I always start
a restaurant called Loofy Loopy Loopy's Tortilla.

Speaker 3 (24:31):
Yes, you point, blake and down. You don't even say anymore.
That's the best one. Kaso.

Speaker 1 (24:40):
There you go.

Speaker 4 (24:40):
Okay, but let's start with the beans. Now, gotta start
with the beans. And then you have to ask for
that for twenty five cents extra so they can bring
the pico because they don't offer the pico unless you
willing to pay the extra twenty five. There you go, Then.

Speaker 3 (25:03):
You get so get the bet hit us.

Speaker 1 (25:06):
Yeah, but I'm gonna tell you something that you're sleeping on.
If you don't go there for breakfast, you sleeping today.

Speaker 4 (25:14):
If you don't go to Loopy Tortelia for breakfast, you
sleep it. You missed it, because then you get the
Great Text Mex. Then you get the Great Text Mex breakfast.
You get the the charro beans, the pico kadye Gyo
saucer all that stuff and the chips are hot and fresh.

Speaker 1 (25:33):
Yes, girl, you mess it with.

Speaker 5 (25:35):
The wrong part for thirty eight years of life for
sleeping on Luvin Tortilla's breakfast.

Speaker 6 (25:44):
Yes you.

Speaker 4 (25:47):
Breakfast taco, Yes I have. Yes, but we're gonna be good.
Like I said this to the start of our relationship. Seriously,
because like I said, Sherry Shepherd is my client, and
so I go back and forth of New York steven
they since my client. I'll probably be up there November fourteen.
Because it started in the studio. I'm definitely gonna get
you on this show as a guest. I'm gonna tell

shery Ship, have you done that show yet?

Speaker 7 (26:10):
I have not?

Speaker 4 (26:11):
Okay, because she does a lot of fitness segments. I
gotta tell you people, I'm gonna recommend that she brings
you on. In fact, I would talk to Heather about
sending me a one sheet so I could send it
up there.

Speaker 1 (26:21):
You might whatever I do.

Speaker 6 (26:25):
That has good.

Speaker 3 (26:26):
So we'll go get Casey and you'll take my class.
We'll make it a trip.

Speaker 1 (26:30):
Oh no, no, no.

Speaker 6 (26:32):
There's one place that has good.

Speaker 1 (26:35):
I would go for the food, but you will not.
I would not take your class. No, no, no, I
would not. You will not kill me? No, do not
let the old only question.

Speaker 3 (26:47):
Well, Lea has an open question. Question.

Speaker 9 (26:49):
Okay, cool, okay, cool, okay, open question. I would take
a slow class luckily back of the room. So you
want to embarrass me? Okay, so you want embarrass me.
I don't want to be embarrassed. I don't need pictures.
I don't want to be falling out. But again, thank
you fantastic, You'm awesome.

Speaker 1 (27:05):
We'll talk.

Speaker 4 (27:05):
So I've hit my thirty one minutes. I don't want
Heather to be mad or Kim to be mad at me.
And if you just hold on that sort of fee
can make sure it's uploaded correctly.

Speaker 1 (27:14):
But thank you very much. You're fantastic. We'll talk soon.

Speaker 8 (27:17):
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