"Silencing your inner critic is one of the toughest things to do, but once you get a hold of it life/business will run a lot smoother."-Private Chef Ronaldo Linares. He works as a private chef in the New Jersey area providing clients with gourmet meals that are healthy, makes them feel great, and aids in their life development.
- 02:01- The unique journey of Ronaldo Linares to U.S Marine
- 08:20- What is the American dream mean to Ronaldo
- 10:55- The C-H-E-F concept (Career, Health, Education, and Family)
- 14:25- Silencing the inner critic
- 18:07- Turning inner-critic into your friend
- 26:06- Becoming great at any business with servant leadership
- 28:52- What do the next three years look like for Ronaldo?
- The American dream is living a life on your terms
- Start silencing your inner critic by finding people who are already doing it to gain wisdom.
- Take control of your inner critic and turn it into inner-motivator to help you keep going
- “American dream for me is being able to live your life on your terms, stop doing things for other people.“- Ronaldo Linares
- “As soon as your start taking control of that inner critic, you start developing that muscle memory, you start developing that habit and turn it into an inner motivator.”- Ronaldo Linares
- “The civilian world is different, you have to speak differently, but it doesn't mean you cannot implement that leadership tactic from the military”- Ronaldo Linares
Transcripts of episode 034 with Ronaldo Linares - Private Chef
Scott Tucker: Scott Tucker here again with Veteran Wealth Secrets. Where we're here to talk about the various opportunities in the modern economy for veterans and how we have the mindset to overcome some of the limiting beliefs and doubts we might have about what we could or should want to do after the military.
And, maybe sometimes your military skills don't always translate to the new civilian world that you're in. But sometimes they do. And in this case of so excited to have our guests PR private chef Ronaldo, he is in the New Jersey area, providing clients with gourmet meals that are healthy, make them feel great.
In aid in their life development. He likes to say he lives life. Like he does his cooking with modern techniques modern techniques with ancestral flavors Ronaldo, thank you so much for joining us. I love that statement. I saw it on your website. I was like, Ooh that equates to so many things.
It w if we. Bring it down to what the veteran's going through. And we think, okay, we get things like leadership skills and hard work ethics, but then we show up in this new world that we're in. You're not just a chef. You're an influencer. You've taken out. You T you do all your online personality and stuff like that.
So I wanna, I want to hear your thoughts on all that stuff, but first I think what makes you unique is. You didn't take your military skills out of the civilian world. You took your civilian skills as a kid, learning as a chef from your father into the military, refined it and took them back out again and have obviously had a great career doing so can you tell us a little bit about that journey?
How'd you end up in the U S Marines from that background?
Ronaldo Linares: Oh man. Thank you for having me here. Wealth. It's a pleasure honor. Happy to, to everybody and hope you guys are. Are eating good food and staying safe, especially during this COVID age particularly, but anyway, man yeah I took my skills to answer your question.
I took my skills that I've learned as a kid watching my father being on my father's step, being on a milk crate, standing peeling potatoes. And I've always been very observant. I feel like I've been a sponge all my life and I. I as a kid, I always grab things, Oh, that looks important.
Let me put that in the toolbox, that looks important. So I did that through life. And then I say, as a kid, I didn't understand why I did it, but I felt it was important for something as I got older. And. Growing in Columbia, growing through times very bad times, it makes what we're living through today.
I cake walk, I lived through the Apollo Escobar era of the cartel Wars. And as a kid, I saw things that kids should not see. I saw people get killed assassinated. I saw dead bodies. We almost got killed and the reason we left Columbia yeah. Because Pablo Escobar was targeting American families living there.
So we were actually being targeted to make whatever point he was trying to make somebody that has American ties that were, they were targeting them. So we had to leave Columbia with nothing. We had to sell everything half a penny to the dollar. So 0.5 seconds to the dollar. And when we got here, we were homeless.
And for a couple of years, until we got back to our feet, got back into the food business and we developed this restaurant that we were able to use what we did in Colombia, here in the States and grow that and create our American dream, create what we wanted to do. And. That is thanks to my father's never giving up attitude.
He was a Marine himself. He was in the Bay of pigs. He was he was Bellevue in the Bay of pigs for three years, and the Cuban gels. Yeah. He, my father went into. You want to make 160 pounds came out like 98 pounds out of the joke. Holy cow. Yeah. Yeah. There's articles with him, man. Martine radius.
it's actually in American history books, so it's okay.
Scott Tucker: Cool. I'm a huge history buff, so I'm definitely going to look that up. Yeah. Is that why you got into the food business? It's I'm never going hungry again.
Ronaldo Linares: It's always been around food. He. No. He was so before that he was a chef in Cuba, in Havana, and then like the whole field Castro thing happened and then like he left and then he saw an opportunity to get Cuba back and he.
He's he was it was in the Marine Corps prior to that. And then they hired, brought him on like a Mercer pretty much to try to overthrow Castro. And we all know what happened with the Jeff cat administration and all that. We don't want to talk about that, but that's what happened.
But I, that attracted me right. That attracted me because to food because I saw what food. Does to the human spirit, what it could do to you, how it could heal you. And throughout my life, it's just been a constant man. It's always been there food. So I've taken that and have molded that with everything I've done, some way somehow food is part of my growth of my career growth of just that, that Growth mindset as you were talking about earlier.
So I brought that into the military. I brought that into the Marine Corps. I was a food service specialist there. Everyone will make fun of me. He's you actually signed up to be a food service specialist. I was like, yeah, I have a plan right there. They were laughing at me. They're like, did you come in?
Okay. Cause you know the deal, bro, you have to back the Marine Corps. You're a cook or you're an infantry. But I actually signed up for it, but I have a plan. I had a plan. They didn't understand that. And I tried, I remember I tried to explain that to somebody and they chuckled and laughed.
And that's the first time I experienced which I'll talk about later with the whole new critic and everything doubt in what I needed to do. That's a young kid as a young kid, man. You're 18 years old with this vision and you have somebody that's older. Telling you like ridiculous. So your battle that, you know and then when you suffer from anxiety and then later on throughout the military career, and then my PTSD as a kid from being shot out, being almost stabbed, seeing people get killed and then the Marine Corps PTSD, and then the anxiety, and then all that.
It's a lot going on in here to be able to conquer that. Oh my God, bro. It was tough. It's,
Scott Tucker: It's weird. I think so often when when our elders are gaslighting us or whatever, when they say, Oh, you can't do that, it's their own self-doubt and stuff and and they just refuse to get over their struggles.
But gosh, so many stories like yours, you hear about an America coming to America with nothing in distress and yet it tends to be. Those are the stories that end up being the most successful. We talked a little bit before the show about when Gary Vaynerchuk, for example, fallen was dad in a wine store, and now he's just huge.
And he, they had nothing, he was working 18 hours a day for seven days a week. And so I want to expound upon that, your story a little bit because you have this great video on your website. I think everybody should go check it out where you talk about the American dream. What does that mean
Ronaldo Linares: to you?
Oh man. Just the word itself, it gives me chills straight up. American dream to me is being able to, to in simple terms to create live your life on your terms, so create a life, but live it on your terms. And it has so long. We understand that to figure that out, to finally say, enough's enough, I've got to stop doing things for other people.
I was doing things for my mother, for my father, for my brothers. I was always worried about others while my wife, my kids were like, Hey, we're here. And I didn't know, I had this plan and I was killing myself. And it finally, I, the whole. Restaurant the lease was coming up and things were happening.
The landlord wanted to triple our rent because we're successful and. I didn't want to do it no more. I was tired. I was like, I was getting, I was starting to hate cooking, man. I was like, I don't want to do this no more. And at that point I was like, I decided I'm like, I'm done. I'm done guys. I can't do this anymore.
There's no enjoyment in this. I would get home. And this is in my heart, goes out to restaurant owners right now. Because they're working. Endless hours to just pain, not only the restaurant, their employees to make sure they're good to go. And also their family. So like anyone listening to this go support your local restaurant, buy from them, purchase from them.
It goes a long way. It goes a long wait, they stop going to check for late. Stop making those damn people rich to your local restaurant. It's ridiculous. The lines are insane, but anyway So I finally, I got a coach I had to get a coach for six months because I went from a structure lifestyle.
You know how it is? I was military man. We love structure a, B, C, D E F G. That's it. We're okay. That's why we're doing good to go. So as a chef, as a restaurant owner, like the days are the same, nothing changed except a few things here and there, but typically it's the same when you get out of there. It's I was like left with a blank piece of paper.
And then there's just, I didn't plan this. This is just going through my head. And then this was like, it's kid's drawings anyway. So then it's like this box over here and they're like, what's going on here? And I was like, I don't know what to do. And I like, I need to do that. And then my coach quote, headquarters, amazing.
He has this chef concept, right? Acronym chap, because I'm a chef which stands for career health education and family. Okay. So you live you start to live in your life on his blocks, right? So I started to do that. And then down the line, he asked me, I went on vacation. I went on a vacation, bro.
I went on a vacation cruise for 10 days and have to worry about nothing. I have to worry about it. We don't have to worry about, I was just present. And when I came back, he asked me Rinaldo, What was your favorite part about your vacation? And I was like, bro, I didn't, I just got up and did what I, I went and worked out. I run around the ship, we ate ice cream. We laid at the pool. I dunno, we just did nothing. It's so you lived your life on your terms, you would say, is it, how can you do that? And your present life and your everyday life. I'll grab my journal, right? My self journal, whereas it, I grabbed my I'll.
My get out of there, man. All right. So I'll grab my self journal right here and then I'll write everything out and he's no. You just told me that you love your live life without having to plan stuff out. So I'm like, you got, think about it. This is your homework. So I'm like dammit, more homework.
We got off come back and I found out I was like, I know what you mean. You were telling me I have to live my life on my terms when I do things, when I blocked it things out. So the whole shift concept clicked. So like I spent an X amount of hours in my career every day. I spend time with my health and that is meal prepping, exercising.
A morning, stretch, flow, yoga flow, like getting my ride, my stuff down, doing my, to do's my in progress for like on a weekly basis. Just really putting that. And then that allows me to do other things on my terms, meaning my family blocking the rest of the day. At six 37 and just being present and nothing else.
So that right there was huge, bro. To be able to understand you can live your life on your terms and then what comes there, you start worrying about, Oh, I need to make this amount of money. I need to do this. How I have to, like the whole, like Gary says, keep up with the Joneses.
You block all that out life. Just. It flows, man. It flows really nice.
Scott Tucker: Yeah. No I'm starting to experience that, myself, I kinda went to the same thing cause it's like when we come out of the military, we're so used to, we don't consider it a job, it isn't a way cause we're getting paid, but ultimately we're serving.
We're, there's tons of structure. There's orders to follow there's SLPs and telling you how to do things basically how to live your life. And then we get out, we think we're this quiet professional, that's not, for me, I'm not supposed to do that. And so we're funneled down this path of, work to live.
And they're never even taught about the concept that you just, you eloquently described live to work, have your life first, but you got to figure out how to do that. And I think for me, myself, it just in my head, I was telling myself, no, that's not you can't do it. You're not good enough.
Tell us what you wanted to talk about today on how do we silence that inner critic that's preventing us from just going. Oh, look over there. Oh, that's going on? Like maybe I could try that. Like it's, there's a whole new world out there and I just want veterans to say, I want to try it.
Ronaldo Linares: Yeah. My veterans that are getting out now Veteran that some deployments that came back save, I know you're going through a lot, man.
You go through self-doubt you go through feeling different feelings as an outcast that you yourself Can not conform to this guidelines as a civilian, right? Because you look at civilians Marine Corps civilians, right? Like you look at it on their, their shirts on talk their clothes.
There's no pride. There's no physical pride there. They're not taking care of themselves. Not basically fit. It's a lot of,
Oh, you just cut out. Wow. Okay. You're back. I'm back. Yeah, I got you. That was a COVID
Scott Tucker: but so many people on the internet today probably. Yeah,
Ronaldo Linares: But anyway the critic, when I talk about the inner critic, something that one of a lady that spoke through, like my transition to this new life, she talked about the critic and the inner critic demand.
It cripples you, that voice, that person telling you, you can't do that. That's ridiculous. You're not smart enough for that. Oh, that's those doesn't work. One of the things that. You hot talk to people that have done it. Talk to people that have been there. Don't talk to your friend that is still pumping gas or still just living his life as this, which that's fine.
We'll respect to that, but don't expect to get the answer. You want to hear, talk to people that who are successful that have. Donny big bunny even better because it could be better insight. When I was writing my book, my first book Schaeffer, now those sour is a cooler with the American diabetes association, I spoke to all the book club.
Can you speak to to to my brother, to a friend down the street and be like, Hey, I'm writing this book that like, Oh, it's too hard. It's too many. What are you going to write about?
I'm like you're right. I still can't. And that's when that inner critic comes and it starts talking to you or you can't do that. You're not good enough for that. How are you going to conquer that? Oh, why wake up at five 30? You just wake up at six 30, the same thing, right? And you could sleep.
Why are you going to exercise? Why are you going to go out on a date with your wife? Why are you going to read that book? What is it going to give you? It's not going to give you anything, almost things are constant. That is what I mean. Quick, but as soon as you start taking control of the inner critic and stop that inner critic at his tracks, you start developing that muscle memory.
You start developing that that habits, all, as soon as that starts coming, it goes away, right? The inner critic, silence, you silence, any critic and then you, and you make it your inner motivator, your inner friend, and get excited about. You wake up at five 30 yes, let's go. Let's go get a stretch.
We gotta eat. We got to get the boys ready. We got to be out of the house by zero 800. Yeah, I know what I'm saying. You gotta get out there. And that's what I mean about conquering that once you conquer your inner critic, once you're able to tell, to turn your inner critic into your friend. And to your inner, I don't know, inner friend and her buddy, your bud, where he agrees with you, where he helps you get up.
When you're about to give up, when you're about to quit, when you don't feel like I don't work in not today. No. We have to work out today. This is when you make the money. This is when you don't want to do it. That's even better. And that's what happens, that's what I mean about turning the inner critic into your friend.
And when that happens and business become better life and business become one, and you're able to do everything on your terms. Not on society's terms, not under on the terms that you were set forth by your credit. Cause your credit could be your biggest downfall because it's always there. So why not turn it into something positive where it's going to help you and push you to do even greater things, yeah. I
Scott Tucker: mean, I think our inner critic is, comes from society's expectations, as you just said Oh, you're supposed to live this way. If you listen to your friends, I had a friend call me a snake oil salesman and I was just like, Oh, you don't understand like how this whole thing works at all.
And that's, like you said, Go find the people who are already doing it. Oh my gosh. Hire a coach versus going to a free transition resource that where they're having everybody do the exact same thing, because these things will help you find. W who you are and how do you conquer those inner limiting beliefs.
And for me, it was, I remember when I first was like, okay, I gotta do a website. And then my web designer said, okay, when you start blogging and I was like, blogging, I don't got anything to write about. But then I went to, I hired a coach and he taught me a system of how to write a book in 90 days.
And I was like, Oh, it's a system. Why did that in the military follow a system, but at the end of it, I had created something myself. I'm curious, do you, you've been talking about the steps you'd have to have, do you have specific systems
Ronaldo Linares: that you've been implying? Yeah no, definitely like the biggest system that new system will have to be one taking the chef methodology, career health, education family, and implementing it into my everyday life systems. So I actually, I don't know if you heard of the best self journal. Any chance know everyday liked or no. So this is pretty much is this for Q so it has hold on a second. Hold on. So it has in the beginning of it.
So this is how it looks like. And he has his little awesome strands. Three of them, which separated three separate parts of the book. And then what happens is you set your quarter up, like your first quarter goal. So you have your your result goal, like what you want to happen at the end of first quarter, like you put yourself.
At the end of the quarter, right? So you do your progress school, what you need to do in order to get to that goal, then you do your action and task. So you break that goal down into three parts. And then from here from this progress goal, one, two, three, you break that down here, even further. So what do I need to do with those progress goals in order to get to my.
Result goal. So you set that forward for the first Q1. So this is for one quarter. And then you just, everyday you have to do your daily routine. So you have your daily routine and at the, and then what you want to complete that day on your goals. At the end of the day, how do day went? What was the main motivator?
Like what was the biggest accomplish from that day? And at the end of the day you reflect, you're not like, what did you get at it? What's your favorite part of the day? And then they, it's purposeful to get to that end goal at the end of the 12 weeks, if that makes sense. So that is the system that I use and it works on anything, so For example, we, right now we're putting together a business for a me and my wife. We're putting together our first venture which is pretty exciting. We're doing it. We're going to be doing a t-shirt company. And then we'll hopefully that we'll be launching that next month. So we're putting everything together and I will do behind the scenes work and it's something unique is not out there.
And it's something that I think will grab. I know it's going to grab it is again, obviously going to be food related by, so that'd be dope. So that's something that we're doing right now. And it's, you use the same system and it is cool because once you learn that, bro, Oh my God.
You plug and play and that's again, I learned that from the Kairos system, K Y R O S man, that guy. Brilliant guy, military. He'll be retiring in a few years, I think from the military. And then he has his, this coaching business and it's truly has changed. My life, changed my life completely. Yeah.
Scott Tucker: mean, it sounds like, Hey, what's the mission objective, how do we backwards plan to get there? And by the way, let's do an after action review after it's all over and see how it went and how we can pretty much hit, man. We already, we know this stuff, but we're going to forget it.
Cause we get confused. We show up in the civilian world. Find those people, those systems that you can apply for yourself to get what you want, because clearly it's Oh, I see that somebody else is doing it. That means you can too, so you should never ever think you can't.
Ronaldo Linares: Yeah, man. And like to the veterans, and this is strictly for veterans.
And hopefully I'll add, this is a great podcast. I think it helps a lot of veterans out to understand that it's okay to be different. It's okay to be, use those systems. You've been in grave embedded with those systems. Why are you going to change? Something has worked for you in the military, into the Veteran world.
So one of the best things about like when I was in the Marine Corps, you have the people adapt to you. You are deleted, you need, by example, you get to any corporation, any business, you start your own business, put those systems in place. Just adapted to the civilian world. And to that work environment, of course we cannot be, all gung ho, Hey, what are you doing?
You need to get your diet can happen. The world is different. They're very they're. They're different. Okay. We're not, they're different, so you'll have to speak differently, but that does not mean you cannot implement those leadership tactics. And one of the things I've been able, which I had an issue with when I got out of the Marine Corps, when I went to the restaurant, I didn't speak about, I was, I thought that if I can bring that same mentality of like motivator, Ooh, rod, let's get it.
I see somebody slacking off. What are you? You will, Baba and that, and then people are like, Why is he yelling at me yelling, bro, I'm just talking to you. Or Cubans, I'm not yelling, I'm Cuban. But that wasn't working, my mother was like, listen, you need to change or go find another job or whatever.
I was like, wow. So then I had to change my thought process and then what I, and I think this is a great advice for veterans men. This is, this makes a great point. I think becoming a servant leader. Yeah, man. You Abe. If you're able to, as a Veteran, just transforming leadership tactics a little bit just enough where you could change your gun whole into becoming a servant leader and understanding that servant part.
Yeah. Anywhere you're at any business, you will become great, and that's like my wife she works in a corporate world. She's in a second in the corporate world and she uses that servant leadership tactic with her teams. And it works flawlessly because they see you doing the work leading by example, you're there for them as well.
The servant part. And then they feel impelled to give you their all because you're trying to uplift them. You're trying to get them to a greater spot and making them understand, Hey if it comes to the day that you feel that you have grown this place that you need to be doing better things, go ahead, go do them.
And being able to give that power to the employee. It's going to make your business that much more suspenseful, and you're going to have people be that much more loyal to you and w the word gets out right? The word of mouth and in the marketing and all that comes out around you. And I think that's why.
A lot of people, I have the respect of people because I am like that with everyone, I, I just, the way I am and I think there's no other way to be, and it works. It works. Yeah.
Scott Tucker: How you're doing it right now, drop it a ton of insight and knowledge. It's, it's straight out of sheldini his book influence that one of the best persuasion techniques is not to yell at people.
You better do this. It's. To be a go giver and then when people see the value you give them, they want to reciprocate and, that's all ultimately how the best types of leadership, which all leadership is persuasion. You got to persuade people to follow you. Thank you so much for coming on and sharing Sharon, your story.
Gosh I'm looking forward to following you more and learning more about that, especially your dad, but tell us what's next for you? What are the next three years? You, it looks like you're making some big changes and some big moves. What are the next three years look like for you?
Ronaldo Linares: So that, so definitely, getting this new business off the ground and God willing in the next. You're the next three years, it gets to the point where we wanted to get that successful in a brand that everybody's going to start recognizing. And if we're personally, just keep continuing to be a great father and a great husband and grow our family and get us to a another place in three years where we're that much more comfortable live in that.
Great life and living on our terms and thirdly, continue to make amazing food and continue to grow the clientele base and getting those clients that, it's like those clients that you're like, Holy crap, I'm cooking for this person. The cool part, man. I think that's one of the best parts. I have a, I have one of my clients that when I, I go to their building and just You know what I mean?
It's yeah, it's crazy. And the respect you gathered for them and they're sending you pictures of the food that like, Hey, this is, and it's, that's very gratifying. It's, I love it. I absolutely love it. And I just want more of those moments. I want more of those moments where I could keep doing that.
And that's where, it's simplistic, but very complicated at the same time. What I would love in the next three years. Yeah,
Scott Tucker: no. You certainly done it and you position yourself to be able to go cook for those people because you put yourself out there you became an influencer and that's what anybody in any field can do.
If they learn the skill sets and apply it and say, Hey, this is what I'm about. If you're interested, let me know. How do people contact you? Who should be contacting you?
Ronaldo Linares: Who should be contacting me people that are hungry a hundred percent, those that require a beautiful Michelin's service, dinner, family dinner at their home secular lives a hundred percent.
The second is that are short on time that, are making their health a priority. Dark taking the time to hire a personal coach, hiring a personal chef, hiring me are here in New Jersey, New York to comment. I prepare gourmet meals for your every day for breakfast, lunch, whatever it is, definitely that those are the people that I'm definitely looking for and just, keep following and keep hopefully I inspire you too.
To do better, to become a better human man. That's all, that's what I want. That's what I'm happy for.
Scott Tucker: Awesome. I love it and really appreciate it. Not only veterans, but America needs more of that message these days for sure. But we will survive that's good, but if you know what you want and you go after it, we can shut out some of this other noise, right?
Ronaldo Linares: hundred percent, man. I think that's the key, one of the, I talked to a lot of my friends and their positioning on political precedence and stuff like that. Your commanding officer is your commanding officer. And it's crazy, as military, words there as your commanding officer, you're, you gotta respect your, you have to respect that.
And I think that, Right now it is crucial that we become one and find ways to be able to everyone, to work together, to push it to better and stop judging, because one likes one and one likes this it's. So it's so silly. I come from a war torn country, I come from a place where, you could.
You couldn't go to get meat because you could probably get killed, and here we are, the things you're complaining about here. I have family that are on rations in 2020. They call me once a month and here we are complaining about and fighting about things that are very insignificant at the end of the day.
There's images. Their images, and this is why I'm okay. Tomorrow. If I have to slip in a foxhole for 14 days, I'll do it. I don't care because you know what I think about my man, I think about the little five-year-old kid when I would, we will go out to vacation and there's little dumps right up the mountain, a little daunted.
We put the garbage in Columbia and there's families living in the dump and the garbage and attend home. And the five-year-old kid, along with the mom, they have a little stick with a pick at the end, picking out the best foods out of the dump.
Scott Tucker: Yeah. Thanks. Could certainly get Oh yeah. Yeah. It's crazy.
It's what happened to Rome in a prosperous society, people are gonna Maybe they haven't have a horrible perspective on how much worse things could get. And ultimately they end up creating it because of the infighting that might occur. But heavy but real thing to think about on Thanksgiving day, right?
Ronaldo Linares: You gotta be thankful. Yeah, I know it's having, it's not the popular thing to talk about, life is life. And one thing like we're used to living here a certain way. I catch myself sometimes being a little too bougie. What are you doing right now though?
That's not you. It's just the way we live. And I'm happy that I had the life I've created. I am not apologizing for that at all, because I have busted my hump to get where I'm at, but I do not lose sight. I don't know the site. Of the people that are still doing that. And that's what I do.
That's what I try to become a Humana. That's why I am a humanitarian. That's why I am a community motivator. That's what I am a community Conduent. You know what I mean? That's why I still do those things. And that's why I don't mind to give it, It's human nature for me. And at the end of the day, when we all died, my friend, whether you are richer than rich and poor than poor.
And I, and this is what pastor said during a sermon he's like now worms that are going to read you the rich guy. And he pointed out the poor guy or the same worms, right? There's no restaurants or poor berms. It's the same world that's in your bro. So what you do on this earth while you're alive, it's very important.
Scott Tucker: You're right. We're all. Thank you so much. I think that's a great piece of inspiration to to end it on. And and I put your website there. So check out Ronaldolinares.com and really appreciate it. Thanks again, man.