Welcome 2022 : What is the Anybodi Movement (Trish + Nic)

So what’s Anybodi? How did these 2 industry competitors get together to start the Anybodi Movement? S So for those listeners who might be wondering why we decided to partner up – today we share our answers, Nicole Montgomery is the queen of Trusted Surgeons and Trish Hammond is the Plastic Surgery Hub expert)👉🏻so why did these industry competitors join forces?
Trish and Nic are both entrepreneurs who have carved their own paths in the world of aesthetics. They’ve worked hard to get where they are today and continue to do so every day. Although Trish and Nic have similar goals for their business, their experiences, education, and styles are very different.
Let’s hear it directly from them. Enjoy this once in a season fun podcast – Hit the link in our bio to listen now!

TRANSCRIPT –  Welcome 2022 : What is the Anybodi Movement (Trish + Nic)

Trish

Hello listeners is Trish Hammond and …..

Nic

Nicole Montgomery

Trish

And we’re both coming to you today from the Aesthetics Uncensored podcast. And today we’ve got something a little bit different, which is a bit exciting. So we’re going to kind of talk about the Anybodi Aesthetics new movement that we’ve started together. We’re going to tape it back outside and why we’re doing it and what it’s all about and why you should jump on if you’re not already. So, Hey, Nicole. Hey, how excited are you to podcast together?

Nic

Yeah, no, that’s just gonna say, I’m so excited to be chatting to you. Because normally you’re interviewing someone else.

Trish 

Oh, no, that’s you interviewing someone else normally. So this tip, so basically, we started what Anybodi was a thought for us in what 2020? Wasn’t it? Yes, yeah. 20, which is like, if you say 20 and 22 that’s like two years ago, it was but it wasn’t easy. It was about a year and a half. And yeah, we were like, fully arch enemies in this industry. Like, I did like Nicole. She did like me. Well, we didn’t actually not like each other. But basically, well, no, we were just competitors.

Nic 

It’s so funny. I actually spoke to Mary, a sales rep for she’s selling the other day, she’s so lovely. And she said, What are you doing now? I said, I’ve joined forces with my arch nemesis.

Trish  

What’s so funny because like, I never really knew you. But I get our Nicole said this about you and then you’d get this, like Trish said this about you and I don’t know if any of that was really true but we never liked each other, just from what other people said to us about each other. Is that right? Or just that was for me?

Nic 

Yes, go figure. I know. I know.

Trish 

And here we are, what a year and a half, nearly two years later, and like, I have the utmost respect for you. I reckon you’re one of the smartest chicks I’ve met. That’s how I feel you know and also, you’re also one of the people that drives me the most crazy as well. So it’s like this for real?

Nic

Yes, you’re the most patient person I know. 

Trish  

Oh, my God, she’s serious. I’m so not patient. I’m just chilled. I’m just chilled.

Nic

You certainly ice in the ice.

Trish  

I’m going to let you tell people why they should be here. First of all talk about Anybodi and why we decided to create that because we both had our own businesses. I had Plastic Surgery Hub, Nicole had Trusted Surgeons and go Nicole, you go because you’re so good at explaining stuff.

Nic 

Well, I think you already really covered it. We were doing what is now Anybody Industry hub and that was really fun during that time together, we’re in isolation, we’re locked down and COVID had no idea what was going to happen from one day to the next and doing that with you and I mean, we had a couple of other people helped with that was loads of fun and we did on Friday night wines, one time, my time, which was so much fun and I think that was why it was like what I’ve been working alone for so long and constantly putting on a show, I guess for everybody that how amazing I am and how wonderful everything’s doing and it was nice just to be able to everyone was in the same boat. So it was nice to just be able to be raw and honest and say, you know what, this business stuff is hard work and it can kind of shit sometimes.

Trish  

Yeah, and that’s so true. It was the same for me as well. It’s like working solo. For me, of course, you have people that you’re outsourcing but working solo, when you’ve got two people doing a passion project where you both have the same objective and you’ve got, you know, twice the energy. It’s so much more fun.

Nic 

Absolutely, so true and everything is so daunting, when you’re on your own, you’ve really got to have a lot of courage and guts. You know, I spoke to a doctor the other day, who said to me, you know, how can I call myself an expert, I haven’t even done the treatment yet. Because she’s organising her marketing and getting everything together and so you kind of do have to fake it till you make it to a certain degree. Um, you know, and that’s really, really hard because obviously that you get that imposter syndrome where you just feel like, Oh, my God, I’m, you know.

Trish

I’m not good enough. But you know, everybody has that same feeling like anyone you talk to that’s entrepreneurial in any way. They have that same feeling, am I good enough? And I think no matter how much, how successful you are, I think you’re always going to have that anxiety thing about how good you are at stuff.

Nic

But when I saw you Trish at conferences and events around town, I always thought, gosh, she’s so confident. And you know, you’re doing lives and podcasts long before me and I was like, Oh my goodness.

Trish

I’ll actually never forget like that. I used to sit down who sounds really weird now, and I’ve got footage of me doing this, but I sit in front of my computer and have the camera or set up and try to record. And if someone was recording me, I couldn’t actually, I would just fall apart. But if I was doing it myself, I kind of got better and better. Now, if I look at the first videos I did, it was so awkward and so embarrassing. And then afterwards, I just got the, I don’t care sort of thing. It’s just gonna be I think, once I get rid of that, like, Oh, my God, that has to be perfect. I think the joy is that it doesn’t have to be perfect. And I think that’s the good thing about being in business for yourself. It’s about being authentic and not having to be perfect.

Nic

Oh, my goodness, well, that is the epitome of Anybodi because done is better than perfect. I think our set was our little phrase prior to launching and thank God it was because if we kept going trying to fix and trying to have every little detail exactly how we wanted it, we still would not have a website.

Trish

Yep. And you know, with the website thing for anyone who’s out there creating a website, or Oh, my God, what we have been through, like you hear horror stories, but we wait, we got the domain name, I think in November 2020 and then we got someone to do what we want to, we designed what we want and sorry, we decided this is what we want, we want to like, combine the two websites and create one really good website. And so we got a contractor first to do the website, because, I mean, we can do websites, but this was a really intense website and the first one, it just went February, March, April, May, June, July, and nothing was happening. Sorry, it was happening but it just was all these like the toing and froing like how many hours you reckon we’ve spent?

Nic 

I couldn’t even imagine, most people might consider a 50 page website to be a big website. But ours is there’s so many moving parts, there’s so many tags is hundreds of pages, so many different functions and automations. And it’s just so crazy but then, apart from having an analytical brain and being able to understand a map out how it all works, that you also need somebody who has that desirability. 

Trish 

You’re a working person and what am I? I’m the correct not correct, but I’m the speller.

Nic 

Oh my, you’re very good. But like you’d get something working and then I’d be like, Nope, don’t like it, scrap it and start again looks likely.

Trish 

How many times did we go back to the sort of like, No, we don’t want that and we went back into the first thing like, we’ll just stick with the first thing so but anyway, so Anybodi is basically a movement and when we started it, like what Nicole actually came up with this, and I love it. And I’ve actually got a look at it, look at that Nicole, I’ve got it stuck to my computer, but basically where the the movement is all about whether you’re underweight, overweight, or somewhere in between problems with body image, hammer soul and keep perpetuating the idea that being perfect will bring you health and happiness, our body weight, wrinkles, scars and floors do not measure our kindness and character so this is why Anybodi was created a movement of aesthetic professionals and everyday humans who support self love, acceptance, well being and healthy living. How cool is that? Like, I just love it.

Nic 

It is so cool and you know, people are nasty and people are mean. If they assume that you’ve had plastic surgery, then you should be perfect or be Pamela Anderson and then that’s what makes people really shy and not want to talk about it and be so discreet if they do have a procedure done. Um, and there’s wives who lied to their husbands about having some anti wrinkle injections, and all. But I don’t think it is about striving for perfection, because no one is perfect. And even when you see those Barbie doll people on board, they certainly don’t look perfect. They look weird. I mean, it’s not normal. What?

Trish 

What some people like that look, and in effect what they like, and that’s what they want. That’s what they should do, why should we?

Nic  

Yeah, no, absolutely and there’s an audience for everybody. Um, but it’s about loving yourself. If they love themselves that way, then that’s amazing.

Trish

Yeah, that’s so true. Loving yourself as it is a must. You know, yesterday I was in one of our Facebook groups and this girl who was a really pretty girl, she was 22 years old. She put a photo up and if you’ve seen it yet, put a photo up with her face, and she said, a one we make out one without makeup. She said I’m 22  but I look like I’m 30. I’m thinking I want a nose job. My eyes were done and my bit of Botox in my forehead, like she was asking for people’s opinions and honestly, there’s sometimes that’s like, oh my god, so there was so many replies back saying, you don’t need anything, you’re beautiful the way you are and like a plastic surgeon wouldn’t touch you at your age, people were just really quick to sort of not not judge, but tell her how she didn’t need anything. But the thing is, she’s already not happy with the way she looks so she wants to get stuff done. Wouldn’t it be better to just point her in the direction of someone who is a professional for a start? Who’s going to actually say, Okay, well, this is what you want and this is what we can do, this is what we can’t do or let’s start on something maybe was skincare start making your skin look better, which might make you look better about yourself. But God, people were really quicker than I thought. You can’t just tell her she doesn’t need anything done because she’s already made up her mind. She wants something done so she just needs someone who’s going to be the right professional who’s going to  help, she’s got the right qualifications to do the things that she wants to have done or to come up with a plan for her or something. I don’t know. We’re just so quick to judge.

Nic   

Yeah, yeah, I can see the picture, she is just like we have shown great skin and 56 people commented with their opinion on her appearance.

Trish

I know, I know, I was just like, and a lot of them were like, you don’t need anything but that’s not the whole point if people want to get time and like, how you said,

Nic  

It actually has the opposite effect by saying that because you’re not validating her feelings. Definitely, so don’t just make her become more of a recluse and not want to express herself because she’s not just being heard but she’s not being listened to.

Trish

Yeah. And I mean, there’s nothing “wrong” with her nose but if she’s not happy with it. I had a nose job when I was 27 I think it was, and I spent my childhood years, I’d lie on my bed, I grabbed my nose, I held it up to look like that and I’d hold up and I’m talking, I would lie there for three hours and nose up like Miss Piggy, yeah, ‘cos I wanted the little Ozzie upturned nose, they’ll know that and then I’d go to the mirror and I’d be like, yes, it worked and this is like, this is a young person from probably the age of I didn’t know what it was. But I’d be like, yes, you beauty it worked and then I’d wake up the next day, it was gone. So I spent the first 27 years of my life absolutely hating my nose and being embarrassing angles and stuff like that and then I had a nose job and in those days, believe it or not, I had private health insurance that was free which of course, it’s not anymore. But it changed me. It changed the way I thought about myself, it changed the way that I looked at people and more and more, more than anything, it just changed the way I felt about myself. And I think that’s what it’s all about, we struggle so much with self esteem. And if it’s gonna help you, if you want to get it done, make sure as long as you do all your research and look at all the pros and the cons and before and afters and listen to the bad and the good if you still decide to go ahead with it. We need to support that for people.

Nic

I agree. 

Trish  

Yeah, yeah, I guess the only thing I’d say is just make sure you go to someone who’s done lots of nose jobs and who you’ve checked out the noses that they want and it’s got good before, during and after care and you’re giving yourself the best chance of having something good done.

Nic 

Yeah, no, absolutely. You made me think of little Zach then in year one for that which was not last year the year before? Or maybe it was kindy even anyways, you want to kindy so you’re talking like a tiny little kid who’s really immature and whatnot and they do little they did all affirmation things at school where they did like cut outs and it said you know when I’m angry I express my feelings by doing this or that and everything’s but one of the the questions that they have to sort of right underneath and then color in the pretty thing and stick up with what is unique about me. I am unique because dot dot dot and Zach wrote on his like a six year old wrote on his, “ I have my ears are different to everybody else’s. I have a big weird ears.

Trish  

Oh bless his little cotton socks.

Nic  

I know and I thought oh my goodness yes. Okay, maybe he isn’t in otoplasti because it wasn’t until then that I realised that he saw himself as different and he could see that he’s different to everybody else’s.

Trish  

Think about it too because too hun are kids are mean.

Nic

Yeah, yeah. But then I did have other people say to me, oh my God, why on earth would you be doing that? You know what? Yes. Why would you? Why would you be doing so on your child? Like, that’s just as if I wasn’t accepting him the way he was. Yeah, yeah. No, I don’t care what he sees like.

Trish  

Has it changed him? 

Nic  

Profound, unbelievable in so many ways, not physical. I’m like, obviously they’re significantly better than what they were. But you wouldn’t even notice you wouldn’t even know he’s had surgery. But he was a really, really shy child. He never spoke out, he had no friends, and all my other kids in kindy, anyone got invited to everyone’s birthday party, because that’s what generally happens. He never got invited to any birthday parties. Literally, I would say to him, who to play with so I just walked around on the oval, I just looked around, or I just picked flowers and after the surgery, the teacher said to me that he started putting his hand up, he started speaking in front of the class. He had his own little group of friends that he’s had since then and he started getting invited to parties. Oh, my God, he came out of his shell and was a totally different person. Yeah, right. Totally different. It’s unbelievable and his report card showed that as well. Zach needs to interact more, and he doesn’t talk and he was doing speech pathology, because we thought he couldn’t talk. You know, incredible.

Trish    

Wow. And this is going to show if you do feel good about yourself it shows like, it absolutely shows.

Nic 

Exactly. We want to feel good movement.

Trish   

Oh, my God, that’s so true. We need to put that somewhere. So okay, so Anybodi, so what’s the benefit to people joining? So we’ve got two kinds of levels here. We’ve got patients and we’ve got practitioners. So do you want to talk about the benefit for the patients? 

Nic 

Oh, my gosh, well, Trish, what you are probably I’m not going to do justice. 

Trish

Again, maybe I should talk about that. 

Nic

Say the group that you manage is incredible. It’s insane and not just from the volume of followers, because obviously you have an incredible amount of followers 11 and a half 1000. But the trust in the community members, people post photos, they post their stories, that the last photo that’s posted, it’s quite intimate, a lady showing her tummy tuck and breast lift. But you know, 124 people have liked it, 41 comments, and that’s not even talking about the people that have seen it. The impressions I’m just talking about are those who’ve actually engaged and gone to the effort to click a button and say, hey, you know, you look really great. And it’s so encouraging and uplifting and positive. And that for a patient to have a community, especially in an environment where we’ve got so many people who don’t want to come out of their house because they want to get COVID, so isolation is rife, we don’t get to socialise as much as we used to face to face so having a community like yours that you’ve built is, is incredible. It’s remarkable. 

Trish

Well, it sounds like now. 

Nic

So it’s all your hard work and you continually put hard work into it and it pays off. You know that the platform, the website itself is amazing, because that’s where patients can obviously research, they can get factsheets, they can get ebooks they can find reliable and trustworthy practitioners, dermatologists, dentists, plastic surgeons, cosmetic physicians. But having that group and having this podcast to complement the website is a game changer. There is no other platform market..

Trish

Yep and the good thing about that group, it is a closed Facebook group so people can just go in there and be authentic. But you know what, though? One thing I have to say is, I reckon the success of the group, it’s not actually even been me, it’s actually been the group itself, if that makes any sense, like the moderators because I’ve got like, there’s girls on here that moderate, I don’t do the grunt work here, like I’ve got some admin girls who moderate it and they’re really fussy because Facebook groups these days, you can get sued would blame not just for being an admin and admin doesn’t get paid a cent who just does is to help other people so you can get sued by letting things go up. So we’ve got an admin team, and honestly, these chicks are like bloody Nazis, like they’ve got word alerts for this word, that word. They’re on a, like, a suit. I don’t know how they run their life, because they want it like all the time, as soon as someone puts an alert, a word that’s got that alert word up, they’ll get alerted straight away and be like, yep, not sorry, your post can’t go out, please get rid of the nipples here, please do this, please do that and so it’s a testament to them as well. It’s not just, it’s not mean I mean, I’ve provided the space but they help create the momentum and stuff like that. So it’s nice having that online community, that community but even the website, I think what we like about or what’s great about the website is we’ve made it our mission to provide factual information that’s easy to understand about every procedure. They’re not all finished yet, are they?

Nic 

No, unfortunately, but when we’re finished, I’m sure we will continue that will never be finished.

Trish 

Often say we’re never going to be finished. 

Nic

Yet we’ve got hundreds on there. 

Trish 

Yeah. Yeah. So it’s really good. So if you’re someone who’s looking to have a treatment done, you want to know a little bit more about it, just general information and find out so that’s the perfect thing to just use the website as a resource tool.

Nic

And to read reviews, 

Trish  

Yes, you can read reviews. So there’s hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of reviews on there for different treatments, different practitioners, and that’s only going to grow as well, because I think, I don’t even think we’ve got all the route reviews from our sites over yet. But they’re all happening as we go.

Nic 

And as we continue to refine the automation you’ll be able to ask questions directly to the various members, yes, saves you, calling up. So if you’re at home, on your phone or on the computer at 11 o’clock at night, and you can’t obviously call the clinic and say, hey, how much is it for this? Or would this treatment work for this? You can upload your photo type in your question and send it off, and it will go directly and then you’ll get an answer. The next time, the next day in your own time. 

Trish  

Yeah, fantastic. And I guess one of the other things I like about it is we’re trying to build a space of no judgment where people are going to talk about procedures and not make judgments to other people. I think it’s really important because we can be quite judgmental about each other so I think this is just about having a space where people can just say what they want and do what they want without being judged. Because just because we think someone’s beautiful and like, or, I don’t know, we shouldn’t really make those calls anyway. But just for people to be able to be themselves, I guess without judgment.

Nic  

Oh yeah, absolutely. 

Trish  

Yeah. You want to talk about the benefit to practitioners into clinics, therapists and all that as well.

Nic 

Yeah, absolutely. So the website is an incredible platform for practitioners, whether it’s a dentist, dermatologist, surgeon, ocular plastic, and for multiple reasons, one of them which I’ve been saying I’d learned from Trish’s Google juice, but say it all the time now to people, your Google juice and and we’ve had a lot of people join for nothing more than just having the backlink and having a profile and I would recommend as a foundation for any business to have set up your Google My Business, set up your Google Analytics and start to get on as many directories and websites or backlinks as you can. But making sure that those backlinks are reputable websites, non paying, and just like you can pay for followers and end up on lots of dodgy websites, and then it can have the opposite effect so we’re obviously a reputable website and therefore, give you a really good backlink. But building on that, as time goes on, obviously, you’ll be able to get questions which generally leads it’s a way to build rapport with a new client. Your existing clients can write reviews, you can build your online presence through another person and always be more trusted when it’s a third party talking about you, then you talking about yourself directly. 

Trish 

And all of that so true, because some it’s like that, like I mean we still have word of mouth but it is that digital word of mouth marketing because people don’t necessarily want to ask you what you do this like they want to ask other people about you. So this is a great way of them, looking at what other people have to say about you or what we’ve written about you or just looking at your I know for a fact when I was looking to have before I just had Plastic Surgery Hub when I was looking at recovering from a breast reduction that I was in a lot of pain for and I was going through all the different websites and stuff of that and I would have just loved to have just everything like it is now in one place. This is the before, this is a during, this is the after, if you feel like this, this is what you should do so nothing like that was around so it’s just it’s good to have it all in one centralised place without you having to go to this doctor that DOD and everyone’s got a different opinion anyway. 

Nic

Absolutely. And some patients are visual, and they’ll love you know Anybodi TV and watching videos and we have tons of really reputable professionals and practitioners that have done videos for us and then you might have other people that audio and that will go for a run or walk and be listening to the podcast. So another great way to reach new and build your profile and say, as seen in or as heard on, sex uncensored, or as seen in Anybodi Aesthetics, we’ve got our downloadable eBooks and fact sheets that are great content and lead magnets for clinics. And so for somebody who obviously would prefer to read, and then of course, we have a profile where people can find you and contact you directly.

Trish   

And with the profiles, we’ve done different levels, as well. So we’ve gotta make sure we don’t get mixed up, because we’ve got the industry profiles, then we have the practitioner profiles. So with the industry ones, we’ve got some amazing industry people that we work with that can actually share that, that we can share what they do, and kind of make it sound like translate the medical talk, I guess, if you like into everyday talk that I don’t know if I’m making any sense, but it has sometimes or for me, because I’m not a pro, like you’re a professional like you’re a registered nurse so you know stuff, you remember something because for me, it’s a totally different jargon really, although I’m learning a little bit, but it’s not like I’ve got a great memory but for someone who doesn’t know the jargon, it’s good to just have it explained to them in plain old English, which is something that we I think we tend to do. And then we’ve got the practitioner level so we’ve got the basics: bronze, silver, gold, platinum. So there’s different levels that you can support the website. But I think the secret of it is Nicole like, to me always sort of the secret was, was that if you’re on Anybodi, you are one of those people who, as a practitioner, you are one of those people that believes that people should have what they want to have done like self love, acceptance, and healthy. Just a healthy living in your own mind, I guess that I think that’s kind of what we wanted to create where there was a space that if you’re in this website, you’re not just about, it’s not we just want to one person that said, Hey, you actually support the building of a community that believes in body positivity?

Nic  

Absolutely, yeah, definitely and it’s not just about advertising, it is about supporting patients, and helping patients and going into some of the clinics in our major cities in Australia is daunting, and it’s intimidating and it’s overwhelming and like you said, I mean, for anyone who goes into a lawyer’s office law jargon is like, next level confusing yeah, which is why you need a solicitor to speak on your behalf and it can be the same way, when it comes to dealing with someone who is a fourth generation surgeon, they’re exceptionally intelligent, and that they’re smarter than you, they’ve got more money than you, that they’re of a higher stature than you. It’s so intimidating. It’s so overwhelming and it’s amazing for patients to know that you’re supporting a platform that supports them and wants them to feel informed. 

Trish 

Yeah. And I think people these days, people don’t want to be sold to, you know what I mean? And a lot of back that a year, no, they were just trying to sell me this and sell me that. So people don’t want to be sold to, but they do want to see what you actually have on offer, but they want to get to know you first. I think that’s the beauty of our website, our podcast, people get to listen to everyday people that are either, having a procedure that want to have done or using a product you want to have done or, have you have bought a device that you’re thinking of buying or I mean, it’s just nice to actually hear from everyday people, I think we provide that platform with that third party that kind of like, we go to the buyer and the seller, and we translate as in I don’t know if I’m sounding right, but anyway, I’m talking with my hands here, but I’m here buyer seller, and we just translate it into plain everyday English. Did that sounds stupid?

Nic 

No but Trish it’s so funny, because when people listen to your podcast, you seem to be able to get this normal, more relaxed version of some of the quite influential practitioners in the industry and it’s funny to get to know them on a human level.

Trish  

Yeah, well, I did a podcast in Sydney. I was in Sydney so I went to see a Plastic Surgeon do this. Probably the best podcast I’ve ever done. I’ve got to say it was like with Dr. John Flood. It was about Strataderm and why he used it and I’ve known about him for years and years and years and I’ve read about it and I’m used to a lot of people using all that. But this was the first time that I ever actually understood it because he explained it all, my questions and his explanations were in such a way that, oh my god, I actually now know what this is really about. So it’s good that you can after all those years of knowing about it, it was the first time but this stuff is even better than what I thought because I actually really understood it for the first time.

Nic   

That is so cool. And I love when you meet someone like that, but you seem to have a way of getting their guard down.

Trish 

Thank you, thank you. I’ve got to take these compliments. Thank you, but you’re the same too, like your will. It’s funny. We’re like, um, I feel like I’m really ditzy. Sometimes I feel like sometimes you’re really ditzy, too.

Nic  

Ya know, I feel intimidated half the time and sometimes I’m just scared of them. Oh, my God, especially if I’ve seen someone a lot, you know, within the industry or as a KOL and whatnot. I’m thinking. It’s like I’m starstruck.

Trish   

Yeah, yep, definitely. I get starstruck too. So, what else should we share with people then?

Nic   

Well, I think we probably should wrap it up. But before we do, we didn’t mention our industry partners who without them, and without more, we probably wouldn’t have been able to do this venture.

Trish  

That’s so true, because we’ve got so much support from the very beginning from so many people, which is, number one, driven our drive to produce this, but also the fact that, like, I genuinely believe that this is so needed now. And yeah, without our supporters, we would not have been able to do it so you go for it Nicole

Nic  

Well, I think from the beginning, InMode, Cynosure, Venus Concept, Stratpharma, Endotherapeutics, please tell me find me somebody, have have all been incredible and so supportive, and they haven’t been supportive in a way that’s like, we want you to generate us leads, and pay per click type of thing and they’ve been supportive, because they actually believe that it is something that is benefiting other people, that it is going to improve the lives of others. And like you said, no judgment, and a safe space for clients, industry, and all about supporting each other, being confident and feeling their best self. 

Trish 

Yeah, that’s so true. And you know what, I guess some, because we both like this, this is something that we started together but we like this is truly a passion love project, because we don’t take one cent from each. But because we do need to both earn an income we’ve got our own, like digital marketing, I guess companies on the science and the cars got hers. I’ve got mine and we work together and share work with each other as well so we’re kind of like a complete solution. Hey, in a way.

Nic 

Yeah, I think so. And, and there’s people you know,

Trish  

We’re gonna take a world Nicole.

Nic 

Yes. And there’s people that resonate more with you. Um, I don’t think there’s anyone that resonates more with me.

Trish 

Nothing. No, but definitely people that resonate with you and there’s definitely people that resonate with me. So hopefully we’d cover a lot.

Nic   

And it sounds complementary because I’m a big crazy Devil Wears Prada and you’re very calm and you know, peacemaker.

Trish  

No, you’re the peacemaker, because I just go off like a rocket. No, obviously,

Nic   

I think when you do I know to hide because it’s very rare.

Trish 

I’m the same way I’m like, Oh my God, you should go switch off. But anyway, I do love it. I love what we do and I’m looking forward to like we’re in we’re in phase two of the website now we thought everything would be done where and highs we paid all these mega dollars to the development finish this year. We’ll do it, we’re doing of course, we’ve come back and it’s not all finished so that it was still spending like hours and hours every week each and I don’t know, 11:30 I think a couple nights this week I went to bed. You get I don’t know how you manage what you do with four Gremlins at home.

Nic  

Crazy. That’s why during the day in the normal hours, I’m trying to race 100 miles an hour because some to fit everything in.

Trish   

Exactly. And we should probably wrap it up because we’ve got our first employee. Sure. So we probably should get onto that. Hey,

Nic  

Yep, sounds good. Awesome. 

Trish  

Well, guys, if you’re listening to us now and you are you probably switched off by now you’re bored but if you want to find out more, just drop us an email and you can either do Trish or Nicole, or [email protected] and check out the website which is anybodi.com.au. Check out Instagram social media. What else Nicole, what have I missed?

Nic

Join our industry group.

Trish 

Yes, join the industry group that’s fun too. We try to keep that a bit light hearted but you know in a tense world at the moment yes, yes. Awesome, anything you want to find out what we’re more than happy to help or book a discovery call or whatever you need to do, hey,

Nic 

Yep, let’s do it. Don’t be shy.

Trish   

Awesome. Oh, thank you so much for listening to us. Have a great day, Nicole. 

Nic

You too.

Trish  

Okay. Bye!

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