Serving Others

I am recruiting and mentoring a select team of talented men and women who choose to use health and wellness products distributed by Isagenix International. The methodology is professional network marketing. I am looking for people with a desire to transform their lives and the lives of others through any one or more of these solutions:

  • Weight Loss (or gain) reaching ideal weight, keeping it, and reclaiming vitality
  • Increased energy and performance while getting lean, building muscle, and experiencing faster recovery
  • Healthy aging enjoying more energy, youthful aging, and overall healthier lifestyle
  • Feel good and look incredible
  • Wealth creation, living the life you want

If you have interest in improving yourself and helping others to a better life, this is an excellent opportunity for you.

Fork in the Road

How many tines are in your fork in the road? Do you want to stay the course, branch out, seek a new direction? Do you want to increase or decrease your activity levels? Do you want to learn or do something new, or different?

When Lewis and Clark went west they came to a fork in the river that had life altering implications if they chose the wrong route. Are you willing to take risks with your explorations in life? What levels of risk are acceptable or unacceptable?

Are your reasons WHY strong enough to overcome any resistance to change and propel you forward to a new direction in life?

And, your reason WHY is . . .

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Andrew Carnegie

Andrew Carnegie

Andrew Carnegie rapidly learned the basic business arts and followed paths open to him as he ultimately dominated the steel industry in the United States. He was a master of optimism, communication, and delegation with a very short leash. He built his business on the backs of his employees under the theory that he needed the maximum amount of money so he could give it away for public good. This meant he sacrificed any reasonable comfort for his workers so that he always had the most cash flowing into his account. When he sold his business, he became in a stroke of a pen the richest man in the world at that time. Carnegie immediately began giving away what is now the equivalent of billions of dollars in civic gifts across America and Europe. Since his money compounded so quickly, he was never able to achieve his goal of giving everything away prior to his death. In a personal interest almost identical to that of Joesph Kennedy, Andrew Carnegie championed world peace using his considerable financial power and influence in an attempt to establish a united nations type of approach to world peace. He failed as World War I began. Carnegie was devastated that he was not able to get his way as he had in every other aspect of his life.

Monthly Pairings

Northern climes experience weather in mirrored pairs:

..January & February – Bright Cold

..March & December – Blustery Light and Dark

..April & November – Beginning and End

..May & October – Natural Beauty

..June & September – Quiet Transition

..July & August – Ringing Heat

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George Washington

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When various polls are taken asking about who was the greatest President of the United States, they should all start after George Washington. He was the fellow who invented the Presidency as we know it today. Nearly everything we have regarding the Executive branch of government had some form of origination with George Washington.
Ron Chernow does an outstanding job of guiding the reader through the documented life of America’s truly greatest President. George Washington had enormous gifts of political sensitivity, honor, and determination which prompted him to lead the American people into independence and national preeminence. Washington was the rock star of his era rising beyond politics to connect directly with the people.

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Joseph P. Kennedy

Joseph P. Kennedy

The timeless tale of the successful businessman and his extraordinary family dynasty fighting against all odds to be insiders in American business and politics. This story explains why it is so essential to amass great wealth honestly and early in life to provide independent leverage to accomplish any desired philanthropy or service.

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The House of Morgan

The House of Morgan

Massive story of 5 successive power bankers who developed and controlled world banking and politics from the early 1800’s to modern times. They did it by providing the highest quality and most devoted banking experience any client could imagine. The business dealings of the Morgans touched all major companies and countries for over 150 years.

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Cornelius Vanderbilt

Cornelius Vanderbilt

This study of Cornelius Vanderbilt is an important link between the invention of banking, stock markets, and steam power in the late 1700’s through their evolution into the 1900’s. This biography is especially significant as one man’s pure rags to massive riches story.

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Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton

I definitely recommend this exquisitely crafted tale of one of the most intriguing individuals at the beginning of the United States. The study of Alexander Hamilton is essential because of his extraordinary intelligence, boundless energy, his many governmental inventions, and overall good intentions. There would not be a United States without his diligent work.

Skills, Opportunity, Passion, Focus, Intensity, Flexibilty, and Code of Ethics

We can learn much about success from the life of Cornelius Vanderbilt: His background and location, both historical and geographical, set the stage for tremendous opportunity. Cornelius Vanderbilt learned shrewd pecuniary skills from his mother and skillful sailing skills from his father. He had a passion for making money using his skills as a sailor. And, as he was developing his passenger business using wind power, the steam engine became practical for transporting passengers and freight. After a solid career developing the steamboat transportation business, Mr. Vanderbilt saw the potential for doing the same thing on land he had done on water. He would take the power of steam now available to “roads” (railroads) and apply his extraordinary business skills to a second career as a railroad tycoon.

With no schooling other than what he learned from his parents, Cornelius Vanderbilt worked all his life to become one of the wealthiest people in the history of civilization. He had the physical size, determination, and strength of a “John Wayne” character. He had an admiration, courage, and curiosity about technology and pushing it to the limits of a Howard Hughes. And, he had the incredible business acumen of a Warren Buffet. What a combination of native skills and intuition to have at the very beginning of the steam age!