I’m back with a new episode interview with another member of our private Facebook Group community, Empowered Fused Hawaii. With 50,000 women in the group, I don't always get the chance to talk to every one of them so having these one-on-one with these women who come on my show is a dream come true.
I "talk story" with Sarah about her journey, the ups and downs and the hills and valleys of life, of her Polynesian roots and being adopted by a family in Tennessee, balancing mom life, and we also touched on the topic of faith. What interested me the most about Sarah’s story is how she went through the various deaths that she experienced in her life and how that made her who she is today.
If I could take one lesson from this conversation, it’s about being in the moment with the people that you love and care about. Life is short and if we could all learn to appreciate life and the people we’re surrounded with everyday, then we will have no regrets.
To quote Sarah, “Don’t wait until tomorrow to say how you feel, especially about the people that care about you. Tell them today and know that regardless of what relationship you have with them, that if you give in your heart what you feel, and you're able to lay it out on the table and be very transparent - that's enough, that's more than enough."
I got chills listening to her story so don’t forget to listen in this conversation and I hope you’re able to take away some value from it. Thanks for tuning in!
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Roxelle: [00:00:00] Aloha and welcome to the Dream Into it Podcast. I'm Roxelle Cho coming to you from my hometown, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. After building a multiple seven figure swimwear brand from a dream starting in my garage, I became curious into learning how my thoughts created the reality around me.
This is the Dream Into it Podcast where we will look into how wonderful, powerful, inspired, motivated women like myself are able to rewrite the stories of their lives and step into their power. I am so excited to be able to join you on your journey of stepping into your potential and creating the life of your dreams. Mahalo for being here today. Come on dreamers, let's dream into it!
[00:00:49] Aloha, dreamers. How are you today? I'm so excited to get started on this new journey, really bringing my dreams to life. This is the Dream Into It podcast. So I'll let you in on a little secret. Part of my dream is what we're about to get into right now, coming into fruition, happening right before my eyes.
[00:01:15] And as you all know, I am the founder of Fused Hawaii - multiple seven figure brand . Upon starting that, it really opened up to me a journey that I couldn't even have imagined, the blessings that have flowed in through this journey.
[00:01:31] One of the goals when starting that company was to be able to be brave with my story, to inspire others to be brave with their own, knowing that my story may be able to inspire some women, but hearing that outlook perspective, the journeys of other women, the ups and downs in life, the trials and tribulations, and the successes would be able to shine a light on someone else. To Inspire someone else who may be my story may not have been able to touch but sharing another woman's journey might be able to do so.
[00:02:07] So I'm really excited for this first episode that we're doing. It's a super casual talk story like we do here in Hawaii. A talk story with Sarah as she talks about her story and her journey. And you know, she's been a Fused Hawaii customer, she's bought our bikini. She's a part of our Empowered by Fused Hawaii, private Facebook community, which is growing by leaps and bounds every single day.
[00:02:35] And she's sharing her story. And I just want to introduce you to Sarah and shine some light on her growing up and being from Samoa. It's something that I've never experienced myself. I looked Hawaiian girl growing up in the Hawaiian islands. Her experience is very much different than mine, but yet we can come back to this place where we're both women.
[00:02:58] We're both moms.
[00:02:59] We have so much in common and yet so much to learn and teach each other. In hopes that by sharing these stories, you too will be able to see the light in yourself.
[00:03:10] Hopefully they will. You'll find one little nugget in her story that might inspire you to see the light yourself so that you can continue to shine.
[00:03:19] And so let's get into it. Let's get into this conversation with Sarah and I, as we just talk like girls do, and some of the most fun, powerful, inspirational, motivational conversations have come from conversations with the women in my life. So here's a little behind the scenes of conversation taking place with Sarah and I.
[00:03:41] I'm going to record this session and I don't know, this is our first podcast interview. I wanted to get it on video too, like to share with our community and get the women to engage and meet one another. And so like the whole purpose of, of Fuses Hawaii is to, was initially to share my story. To inspire other women to share. There's like, I remember being 12 years old watching Oprah and she would say like, “everybody has a story.”
[00:04:13] Right. I remember thinking like, as I watched women walk by or like men, I believe like, “whoa, what's going on?” Like, what's their story, you know. In Fused Hawaii, our mission is to just shine the light on. On our women, our customers, our community. And so I'm so happy to have you here. I feel really blessed and honored to be able to have this conversation.
Sarah: [00:04:36] Yes. Thank you so much. I'm honored too, I freaked out a little bit when I got the email, because I've never done anything like this. I'm on social media, but not to this extent, this kind of platform, that you have to give people like me, you know, to say so on things and just to share and talk story. So I am just so grateful and I've been telling everybody, I'm like, “yes, yes, you have to tune into,” but it's been great.
[00:05:02] And it's just the community that you've built. It's so inspiring. And even me talking to you right now, it's a...
Roxelle: [00:05:09] stretch for me, but
Sarah: [00:05:10] this is growth. I see this as growth and it's wonderful.
Roxelle: [00:05:14] appreciate it. Well, thanks. Yeah. I, I mean, this is all new for me too. I just, I actually just got through wiping blue.
I shut off my eyes from Instagram life and my eight year old wanted to do it. Oh, my God. I wanted to do my makeup live, eye shadow, so we wiped that off and then I did a Tik Tok dance, and it's like, this was very uncomfortable. So I try to do, as I say.
Sarah: [00:05:46] Yeah, no, that's great. Yeah. I hear Tik Tok and it's still new to me cause I'm just like, what's Tik Tok.
Roxelle: [00:05:58] First I'm like, “Oh my gosh, another one, another one of these things.” And then the women came on and they could, I could pull them up live and we were practicing together. It was fun. So that's what it's about being in the moment. Yeah. And I was reading through your story and as I read through many of the stories that we get here, I'm, I'm realizing so many.
[00:06:22] Similarities. So many things that we go through as women that sometimes we keep to ourselves the same for me, but I noticed that even by sharing the ups and downs of my journey, the downs even more so have such a great impact on everyone, around you, right. Able to find the human parts in each other and not feel so alone.
[00:06:43] Right. So even with your story, what really stood out to me was like, you know, having the loss of a loved one, you raising kids, like right now, I get chills on that. And so, you know, just reading your story, not even having met you before I talk to you, I'm like, okay, we're the same. We're able to have this conversation.
[00:07:05] That's real. And yeah, it's exciting. And I can't wait to share more of that story. You know, with everyone and I'm going to have you open up, you were saying like a little bit about yourself and being from Simoa and tell us a little bit about yourself. Well,
[00:07:23] Sarah: [00:07:23] I was born in American Samoa and adopted my family was from East Tennessee, a small town called Maryville, Tennessee, and I grew up my whole life in Tennessee.
[00:07:35] So I never really noticed a difference that I was any different because I was just accepted, you know, kind of amongst my peers, I thrived in Tennessee. I had a really good family. We went through struggles like anybody does, but I met my husband. We reconnected, we got married. And then I started traveling and we lived in Washington, DC before we moved here.
[00:08:00] And it kind of just opened my eyes to. The foundational question I've always had is who am I? And I have been struggling with that. Rightly when I look back in my life, I'm appreciative, especially to my mom. She's gonna watch this. I'm so grateful to my mom, my best friend, but she has always encouraged me to try to find out who I am and where I really came from and my Polynesian roots.
[00:08:24] So when we moved to Hawaii three years ago, I, I stepped off the plane and I am telling you, I just felt home. Well,
[00:08:33] Roxelle: [00:08:33] it was home. I remember
[00:08:35] Sarah: [00:08:35] looking around, I'm like, I'm finally home. So since then, I've just been exploring who I am as a mother, because I initially never wanted children. I've got three beautiful girls who will drive me nuts, but I love everything in me.
[00:08:50] Roxelle: [00:08:50] and would do anything for, and just trying to
[00:08:53] Sarah: [00:08:53] find that balance of, you know, being a mom and
[00:08:57] Roxelle: [00:08:57] finding myself
[00:08:59] Sarah: [00:08:59] and. I feel like, especially with fused, a girlfriend from DC had told me, Hey, you need to check this brand out. And that's when I first got to fuse and I would look, and I was like, I don't think
[00:09:09] Roxelle: [00:09:09] could
[00:09:09] Sarah: [00:09:09] rock that.
[00:09:10] Like, I don't know if I could do that,
[00:09:12] Roxelle: [00:09:12] but I just kept seeing,
[00:09:14] Sarah: [00:09:14] I joined the group and I kept seeing the empowerment and just realizing that so much confidence was coming from women from
[00:09:22] Roxelle: [00:09:22] all aspects of life.
[00:09:24] Sarah: [00:09:24] And that helped me overcome those kinds of. Security barriers that I was feeling. So it's just really helped in my journey
[00:09:32] Roxelle: [00:09:32] overall, just
[00:09:33] Sarah: [00:09:33] to be a good person.
[00:09:34] And I feel like at the core of who we
[00:09:38] Roxelle: [00:09:38] are, especially
[00:09:39] Sarah: [00:09:39] me and my family, we try to be good and we try to be kind, and we tried to display that to everyone that we meet and through deaths, the various deaths that I've experienced in my life, my brother, my dad, my parents, it's just made me more aware of being intentional and.
[00:09:56] Really trying to be in the moment with the people that you love and to
[00:10:02] Roxelle: [00:10:02] always exude that
[00:10:04] Sarah: [00:10:04] passion for people and just to live intently.
[00:10:07] Roxelle: [00:10:07] Yeah. I, I think like, even with that, I was actually one of the questions at the end. We actually tie into this, but when you're talking about, you know, who am I in a way, like trying to find yourself and that confidence piece too, that was found in the group.
[00:10:22] When I put that group together too, it was, I had no what I was doing. So this is like, it's so great for me that it did what it did. And I just knew through my story. Well, I took that little ounce of confidence, boost me to do the work needed in myself to develop that. And, you know, even with the swimwear brand, people are like, Well, why do they need a bikini to feel confident?
[00:10:47] And I'm like, they don't. Right,
[00:10:49] Sarah: [00:10:49] right.
[00:10:50] Roxelle: [00:10:50] It's just the piece of it's like this item that they hold that feels connected to all these other women and to this community, like when I put the bikini on it, it's like, My cloak of armor of four 50,000 women are so that, you know, are part of this mission that we stand for.
[00:11:09] So I love that, you know, you felt that coming into the group and yeah, I'm just, I'm excited. What tops do you have on now?
[00:11:19] Sarah: [00:11:19] I have my whole bathing stone.
[00:11:21] Roxelle: [00:11:21] I have corner bottoms
[00:11:25] Sarah: [00:11:25] on. I wear it. I put it on first. It's funny because when I had received this, did
[00:11:31] Roxelle: [00:11:31] the surprise tops
[00:11:32] Sarah: [00:11:32] initially, and I put it on and my husband was like, you're not going to take that off.
[00:11:39] Okay. Calm down, calm down. But yeah,
[00:11:41] Roxelle: [00:11:41] he was in my girl's seat. Do
[00:11:43] Sarah: [00:11:43] I'm constantly just wearing like this top, especially I've got different colors, isn't it? But I'm with some shorts and we'll be outside and we're just wearing, you know, just wearing it and just. Being proud of being me and showing that to my kids, who they are
[00:12:03] Roxelle: [00:12:03] at that age. Like my, even my five year old, I, you know, for girls. So I noticed that that piece of that perfection piece, maybe for little boys too, I don't have voice. I don't know, but I see that. They get it so young, like this desire to be perfect.
[00:12:21] Sarah: [00:12:21] Yes.
[00:12:22] Roxelle: [00:12:22] I love like even today jumping on my Instagram with my erode she's like nervous.
[00:12:31] Well, I agree. They like be yourself and not, it sounds so cliche, but like constantly making them like mommy's brand is perfectly imperfect. What does that mean? And so I, yeah, I just, I just love. Being here and being able to have these, this is so fun.
[00:12:51] Sarah: [00:12:51] I mean, it helps greatly, it really helps, like, especially someone who may be more introverted and not be able
[00:12:58] Roxelle: [00:12:58] to be as expressive.
[00:13:00] Sarah: [00:13:00] You know, just being able to see, and I'm even seeing myself in that, being able to see other women just encourage, really encourage each other, like, Oh my goodness. Some suit looks amazing on you. You aren't rocking it. Like,
[00:13:14] Roxelle: [00:13:14] I, I just
[00:13:15] Sarah: [00:13:15] love that. And we hear about it, but we don't get to see it often from other women, like, you know, so it's great to have this kind of connection into the community that you've built and helped build, just giving empowerment and especially to our story.
[00:13:32] It's just great.
[00:13:33] Roxelle: [00:13:33] And it's wonderful. You know, they say hindsight is 2020, and I didn't realize it till like recently as I look back on the past story and why this exists, but. I remember being a little girl. I remember that desire for friendship, you know, and you know, in school, girls are mean, sometimes kids are mean you have all these memories.
[00:13:55] I didn't realize like they would turn into what I've built now based on these memories and of wanting to be accepted. And even at, through your teenage years, you know, it's like this cattiness and these comp competition. That we're kind of, you almost learn that women are supposed to be this way growing up.
[00:14:14] And I don't know, I just remember being sold like the best friends forever in the store is everything's pink. Purple, best friends, forever cleaning supplies. And so. Yeah, this community too. It's like how you were saying that empowerment piece. It's, it's amazing because it is real. It's something that we see it's, it's possible.
[00:14:35] It's tangible. And every day we can wake up and add to that pie. Instead of taking the piece of the pie mine's is like, how do we get more pies?
[00:14:46] Sarah: [00:14:46] I
[00:14:48] Roxelle: [00:14:48] love that, but I wanted to kind of want to ask everybody in these interviews, three questions. I'm curious to know what defines you.
[00:14:59] Sarah: [00:14:59] That's a good question.
[00:15:06] Roxelle: [00:15:06] What defines you?
[00:15:08] Sarah: [00:15:08] Well, I, I definitely think that what helps define me as my faith. I have a solid foundation on faith and I believe in that greatly and that's helped me be who I am today, but what defines me is just honestly kindness. And I feel like I could say this with confidence. but if you were to talk to anyone, it would be like, yeah, she's kind of like, that would be one of the top three or four things that they would say like, Oh yeah, she's crying.
[00:15:34] And that's gotten back around to me. And I'm so appreciative of that because you never know, you just don't know what you could be doing for someone. And it could be something very
[00:15:44] Roxelle: [00:15:44] small,
[00:15:45] Sarah: [00:15:45] but I think just kindness and just being good overall just helps. To make the world a better place. It helps to bring people together.
[00:15:54] Roxelle: [00:15:54] And so you you're familiar with the lowest barrier and you're in Oahu. Well, Tennessee, so you've seen a mix of, of everything, right? What does it mean to you?
[00:16:07] Sarah: [00:16:07] All man, the little heart spirit doing anything and everything you can for somebody else. And that's what we've seen since we've been here. Even in Tennessee, the little hospital that people have, the Aloha spirit air, but really for me and for our family personally, it's just connecting, connecting with each other, getting on the same level, trying to show empathy and understand each other and then help.
[00:16:33] And that's what it means to me.
[00:16:35] Roxelle: [00:16:35] One more question I had as a grower through this journey of life. Ups and downs. And you look back at your past, you can always like, almost like, look at your younger version of yourself and see where you've got. We don't always see the tend to do that, but we see Whoa, like all that work we put in all those, all those hard times, like got me here and it paid off.
[00:16:57] And so what I like to do. With, with my community, with my audiences, them into the future. How do you see like a 20 plus the version of you 20 years from now? I feel like as far as we can visualize looking back at the year now, what would you tell yourself? Knowing all that you've learned? And I just like to kind of push our rain out that way.
[00:17:26] Right. How do you see that? What would you tell your future self tell the you now I know it's totally like, we're just winging this. So I'm like, no,
[00:17:37] Sarah: [00:17:37] I'm like this, I keep going like this. I'm getting, I think mostly I would tell myself, right job.
[00:17:46] Roxelle: [00:17:46] Because
[00:17:47] Sarah: [00:17:47] after everything that I've been through in my life, there's so many ups and downs and Hills and valleys, you know,
[00:17:54] Roxelle: [00:17:54] sometimes like you said, it's hard to
[00:17:56] Sarah: [00:17:56] appreciate it until after the fact.
[00:17:58] So my future self would probably tell myself now, great job and keep going
[00:18:04] Roxelle: [00:18:04] and don't stop. And that was the intention behind that question. It's like, yeah. Sometimes we don't even appreciate the moment we're in right now. Right. Visualize all the way up and look back. And then you realize, wait, all I'm doing is important, is valuable.
[00:18:19] And like, I, yeah, I love that. Your answer
[00:18:24] Sarah: [00:18:24] it's hard is hard to, it's hard to be in that moment. And I think that's definitely one thing that I'm
[00:18:30] Roxelle: [00:18:30] constantly trying to be
[00:18:32] Sarah: [00:18:32] aware of is, Hey, you weren't in this moment. What are you doing right now? So then later on, I can think back to that moment where, Oh yeah, I was in it.
[00:18:41] I was intentional. I was there. I was
[00:18:43] Roxelle: [00:18:43] present. Well, is there anything that since you took the time to be here, is there anything that I could do to add value to your day or
[00:18:52] Sarah: [00:18:52] I,
[00:18:57] Roxelle: [00:18:57] is there anything that I can do? I mean, I just literally, like I set these up just to kind of chat with. With the women in my community. I don't always get a chance to talk to every one of them. So having these one-on-ones really is helpful.
[00:19:12] Sarah: [00:19:12] I mean, it, it makes me even more want to be like, Hey, go get a few
[00:19:16] Roxelle: [00:19:16] soup.
[00:19:18] Sarah: [00:19:18] Because just knowing that the person behind this entire brand, you know, you are real and what you're going through is your real life. And you're being transparent. And, and a lot of times people don't get to see that. Especially in someone who has a company. So
[00:19:37] Roxelle: [00:19:37] broken, always. Yeah. The back end, you know, you know, part of my story is I started in the garage.
[00:19:47] So while all of these pieces are new, I don't ever claim right. To know how to run this business, but my intention behind it is to show, do the best you possibly can. And then that will be enough. And I love, I think like my weird, like internal mission too, is the strive to build a company based on. All of these things that most of the times, businesses don't, you know, face their business, this on like caring about them, customer being kind of, you know, taking the time out to do these micro things that really make macro size results.
[00:20:25] And so. At the end of the day, like I was telling my team, we can build, we can build the giant whatever business you want to build. I have no doubt about that, but if you build it in a way that you're like excited and you can stand by this passion, I'm like, that's amazing.
[00:20:45] Sarah: [00:20:45] It is. And that's what you're doing.
[00:20:47] So that's great. It's wonderful. And thank you for reaching out. Men doing these kinds of things.
[00:20:54] Roxelle: [00:20:54] Like maybe we'll start bigger groups get like 10 of us in like a coffee chat type thing. We're seeing such great relationships even happening in the group. And you know, hopefully you, after all of this COVID thing, we can get together more locally.
[00:21:11] Sarah: [00:21:11] That's a great idea. That would be. Great. And especially for me, who's a stay at home mom, you know, just being able to take that time out, to connect with an adult and not talk about Mickey mouse or anything else,
[00:21:26] Roxelle: [00:21:26] right.
[00:21:27] Sarah: [00:21:27] Oh, sure. Yeah.
[00:21:30] Roxelle: [00:21:30] How old
[00:21:30] Sarah: [00:21:30] are your kids? I am. Well, my kids are six and four and 16 months, so yeah.
[00:21:37] Yeah. Similar to what you've got.
[00:21:40] Roxelle: [00:21:40] It's crazy. Like, and some days I feel crazy and. Some days I'm like, Oh my gosh, I should be more patient. And gosh, I should be more present. It's it's always, but
[00:21:50] Sarah: [00:21:50] yeah, that balance.
[00:21:52] Roxelle: [00:21:52] I know. But then I hear all these other moms talk about, I'm like, Oh, I don't have any more of anything.
[00:21:58] Like the thing is real.
[00:22:00] Sarah: [00:22:00] Yeah.
[00:22:01] Roxelle: [00:22:01] Yeah. I can see that when you're tired. You're tired when we're mad. We're like, like they get it. They are allowed to be those ways too. Like. So it seemed a little more being ourselves and a little less guilt.
[00:22:18] Sarah: [00:22:18] Well equate.
[00:22:24] Roxelle: [00:22:24] Yeah. Well, thanks for jumping on with me. And I'm excited to share it with our group members and them getting to know your story a little bit. Is there anything that you want to share with our community? I mean, I know you've been in the group and you see what everybody's. Goes through and their stories.
[00:22:44] It was there a piece of your story that you feel, you know, would be bring value to our group?
[00:22:51] Sarah: [00:22:51] I there's so much when I lost my brother, my life changed. He had two children, they were very young at the time and it took him passing away to finally live and to finally do what's right and do the right thing.
[00:23:08] And to just appreciate life in general.
[00:23:12] Roxelle: [00:23:12] So,
[00:23:13] Sarah: [00:23:13] know it's kind of cliche to say, but you know, don't
[00:23:16] Roxelle: [00:23:16] wait until tomorrow to say how you feel,
[00:23:18] Sarah: [00:23:18] especially about people that care about you tell them today and know that regardless of what relationship you have with them, that if
[00:23:27] Roxelle: [00:23:27] you give
[00:23:29] Sarah: [00:23:29] in your heart what you feel, and you're able to lay it out on the table and be very transparent, you know, that's enough, that's more than enough.
[00:23:39] You should just let it be as it
[00:23:40] Roxelle: [00:23:40] is
[00:23:40] Sarah: [00:23:40] my dad. And I had kind of a Rocky relationship when he passed and it was a year. I had seen him a year prior to when he passed away and I told him I loved him. And that was the last time I had talked to him and then he passed and it was just kinda like,
[00:23:57] Roxelle: [00:23:57] you know, devastating.
[00:23:57] But I laid it out
[00:23:59] Sarah: [00:23:59] on the table and my feelings and how I felt.
[00:24:01] Roxelle: [00:24:01] So.
[00:24:03] Sarah: [00:24:03] You know, time is short, especially now during this pandemic, everything is going on. People are getting scared. You know, there's so much loss that has happened,
[00:24:11] Roxelle: [00:24:11] but there's so much love to
[00:24:13] Sarah: [00:24:13] exude to those people that really need it. And that may not know how you feel.
[00:24:18] I guess my biggest thing would be
[00:24:20] Roxelle: [00:24:20] say they,
[00:24:21] Sarah: [00:24:21] what you feel mean
[00:24:22] Roxelle: [00:24:22] you say
[00:24:23] Sarah: [00:24:23] and take comfort in knowing that you were transparent
[00:24:27] Roxelle: [00:24:27] enough to do that, to take that step. Thank you. Thanks for that. Yeah, I can totally, I totally relate with all of what you just said, so that thank you for sharing your wisdom with those people.
[00:24:39] You know, we don't even realize it, but that's that little tidbit that we feel so tiny is gonna change. Someone's life, hearing that. So thank you for being vulnerable and sharing. Your story with us.
[00:24:52] Sarah: [00:24:52] Absolutely. Thank you. Rock style. I appreciate it so
[00:24:54] Roxelle: [00:24:54] much. So thank you. I think that's all I have. I just wanted to reach out and meet as many people as I could, like put a face to the names and get to know you.
[00:25:10] Sarah: [00:25:10] It's wonderful. Keep doing it. Yes. Keep doing it.
[00:25:14] Roxelle: [00:25:14] Thank you, Sarah. I see you more in the group or maybe I'll take talk.
[00:25:28] Sarah: [00:25:28] Although her dreamers, I hope that you enjoyed
[00:25:31] Roxelle: [00:25:31] that conversation when Sarah and I,
[00:25:34] Sarah: [00:25:34] I
[00:25:34] Roxelle: [00:25:34] truly enjoy these moments that I get to spend talking to. Not only my customers, my community, my fuse
[00:25:42] Sarah: [00:25:42] sisters, my Ohana
[00:25:44] Roxelle: [00:25:44] we've become a family. And I really, really hope that her story inspired you, maybe you were able to grasp something
[00:25:51] Sarah: [00:25:51] that you could relate to and know
[00:25:54] Roxelle: [00:25:54] that you two have that ability.
[00:25:56] To be brave with your story because your story is
[00:25:59] Sarah: [00:25:59] unique.
[00:25:59] Roxelle: [00:25:59] And once you step into that potential so much, so much more can come from that
[00:26:04] Sarah: [00:26:04] and impact
[00:26:05] Roxelle: [00:26:05] the world around you. So I hope you enjoyed that. I hope to also see you in our private Facebook community at empower by fuse Hawaii. It's a Facebook group full of more stories like this.
[00:26:18] And this sisterhood that we built this Ohana, this family is amazing and it's,
[00:26:23] Sarah: [00:26:23] and it's something beautiful to
[00:26:25] Roxelle: [00:26:25] be a part of. I'm so blessed. And thank you again for joining me and
[00:26:29] Sarah: [00:26:29] gala,
[00:26:30] Roxelle: [00:26:30] come and join us in their community
[00:26:32] Sarah: [00:26:32] at Facebook at empower.
[00:26:34] Roxelle: [00:26:34] Hmm, Mahalo for tuning in. I hope you enjoyed that episode.
Roxelle: [00:26:41] Mahalo for tuning in! I hope you enjoyed that episode. Keep on dreaming Into It Dreamers. The possibilities are infinite. If you love the show, share it with a friend and subscribe. I'll catch you in the next episode. Feel free to dive into our show notes at www.fusehawaii.com and you can follow me on Instagram as well @roxellecho.
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