Tuesday, April 20, 2010


How bad do you want it (what ever IT is)? Bad enough to stop wishing and start doing?

There's comes a point where you just get tired of wishing. You've wish for it for so long that you go beyond that point. You cross the line, and go into the "doing in zone"
No longer are you on the wishing yard line, but now you've moved into the "Doing Zone!"

This is what it takes to make something come about in your life. Yes, you have to start out with a vision, and yes that vision needs to be clear; and YES you have to see that vision daily. When you can taste it, breathe it, see it, feel it; even though it's not in the flesh as of yet, you know then it's time to take ACTION!

Faith without works is dead!

What is it your wishing for? Is it a husband, a wife, better health, more money? What is IT for you?

It's time to move into the "Doing Zone" today! Even if it's just a first step. Even if that step is a small step, what action will you take today?

Leave me comment and tell me what you have been wishing for all this time and what first step you'll take TODAY to reach IT?

More Wealth and Riches to you in every area of your life!


Thursday, April 15, 2010

I'm Proud to be a part of Young Living

Founder of Young Living uses his money and influence to give to those in need. Here is an email I received today and even though I cannot attend the event this year, I am proud to be a part of a Network Marketing Company that no only helps people get and stay healthy in their own lives, but also gives back to people all over the world in need. Here is the email:

Young Living Eblast
Why Attend | Schedule | Workshops | Special Offers
Add D. Gary Young Foundation Dinner to Your Registration!

This convention, complete your journey by giving back! Thursday, June 17, at 6:00 p.m., the first ever D. Gary Young Foundation Dinner and Auction will be held. An exciting, lively event featuring a sit-down dinner, the auction will include many sought-after items and all proceeds will support the D. Gary Young Foundation in life-changing outreach projects.

We all have a responsibility to give back. Without your support the foundation would not be able to continue its work around the globe. Do your part and add the Foundation Dinner and Auction to your registration today. Registration is only available online and must be done in advance—and with only limited seating available it’s sure to fill up fast.

If you have already registered:

• Go to convention registration site
• Click on “Modify Registration.”
• Scroll down and purchase your seat for the D. Gary Young Foundation Dinner and Auction.

Some current foundation projects include:

• New high school and fine arts building in Chongon: As part of the D. Gary Young Foundation’s growing involvement in the Guayaquil community, the foundation has broken ground on a new high school and a new fine arts building. This extension of the Chongon School ensures that as children graduate from elementary school, their education will continue.

• Operation “Give A Dam”: The foundation is sponsoring the building of a dam in Africa. Construction supports the local economy, creates jobs, and once completed the clean water will save thousands of ancient cultures from extinction.

• Romanian Orphanage: In a small village called Valea Screzii nearly 50 children, ranging in age from newborn to 19 years old, live in poverty. With the help of The D. Gary Young Foundation, aid workers were able to travel to Romania and deliver Young Living products like KidScents® Lotion and lavender and Peace & Calming® essential oils.

• Vietnam Outreach: In 2009 a group of doctors and volunteers traveled to Vietnam to provide free health services to communities and individuals in need. The foundation supported this effort.

These examples are just a few of the ways The D. Gary Young Foundation is making a difference. The D. Gary Young Foundation Dinner and Auction tickets are only available online and must be purchased in advance—and with only limited seating available it’s sure to fill up fast! Log on and modify your registration today!


For questions, please e-mail info@dgaryyoungfoundation.org.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Eating for Success: Truth vs. Falsehood by Bill Phillips

Eating for Success: Truth vs. Falsehood by Bill Phillips

Obesity has a common cause (overeating the wrong foods and not getting enough exercise) as well as a universal solution (eating the right amount of the right foods and exercising). That’s the truth you can take to the blood bank, I assure you.

FALSEHOOD: Once you reach a certain age, you can’t get in shape.
TRUTH: You can improve your health and energy at any age.

You can improve your physical fitness, boost your energy and even improve your mental performance at any age, when you start feeding your body the right way.

FALSEHOOD: To be healthy, just stop eating bad foods.
TRUTH: Your health is enhanced by eating the right foods.

There is so much emphasis in diet books on what not to eat and so much misinformation in the media about how “bad” food is for us that I’m increasingly concerned that what’s being overlooked is the truth about how health is enhanced and our energy enriched by eating the right foods. Your body needs essential nutrients every day, and it’s vitally important to understand that food is the ally, not the enemy.

FALSEHOOD: You should not eat for “emotional reasons.”
TRUTH: You should enjoy eating, and it should be a pure pleasure!

The idea that you should not enjoy eating—that you should somehow find a way to eat that doesn’t feel good—is absolutely ridiculous.

I can’t help but laugh when I hear these so-called “nutrition experts” insist, “Food should be used only as fuel for the body.” That’s like saying the only reason to have sex is to procreate. That’s silly and it’s not realistic.

I wholeheartedly believe that you should enjoy food, and it should be a pure pleasure. There’s absolutely no reason you shouldn’t look forward to your meals and count on them to help you feel good. A delicious dinner can settle your nerves after a hectic day. A great breakfast can lift your mood and help you get ready to take on the day ahead. And a sweet, satisfying dessert can put a smile on your face. It does mine!

There’s really no reason not to honor the tradition of making food a part of celebrating holidays, birthdays and special occasions. I think it’s perfectly fine to reach for a bowl of chicken soup when your body’s aching and you’re feeling under the weather too.

Through Eating for Life, you’ll learn all about the right foods—the ones that are healthy and nourishing. And when you make those the mainstays of your meals, you can and will enjoy them. And you can eat to fuel your body, while also feeding positive emotions.

FALSEHOOD: To stabilize blood sugar, you have to stop eating carbohydrates.
TRUTH: Eating protein and carbohydrates balances blood sugar.

Today’s carbohydrate confusion began years ago when we fell for the low-fat fad. When food manufacturers began removing fat from foods and replacing it with highly processed carbohydrates, our collective blood sugar went through the roof, and the problems began.

As it turns out, dietary fat wasn’t really the problem after all. However, in somewhat of a knee-jerk reaction, now the food fad is to cut carbs in an effort to bring blood sugar levels back into balance. Ten years from now, I guarantee we’ll be looking back at this current craze and seeing some very serious side effects.

The truth is, cutting carbs is not the healthiest way to stabilize blood sugar levels. Carbohydrates are essential to eating right. The solution is to eat meals balanced with protein, quality carbohydrates and the essential fats your body needs.

When you eat balanced meals consistently, you will find energy you might have thought you lost forever. And you’ll lose body fat you may have believed you were stuck with.

FALSEHOOD: In order to be satisfied, you need to eat large portions.
TRUTH: Quality, not just quantity, produces healthy satisfaction.

Our bodies crave quality nutrition, not merely massive quantities of food. So many people in America today have it completely backward, though. They believe the more they eat, the better they’ll feel.

Supersized portions at restaurants, fast-food chains and packaged goods at the grocery stores are obviously all playing into the falsehood that more is better. Yet so many people are stuffed but still “starving” for nutrition. The truth is, our bodies are satisfied by high-quality meals, not just big quantities of junk food.

FALSEHOOD: To make a change, you need to wait until you’re all ready.
TRUTH: Don’t wait until you’re “ready.” Please, do it now.

You need not wait until you are “all ready” to make a change in your style of living. Don’t fool yourself into believing now is just “too soon.” If you wait until everything is perfect in your life before you make a change for the better, you’ll be waiting forever! Truth is, the time to do it is now. The longer you wait before you take action, the more you delay the rich rewards that are rightfully yours. Energy, strength, renewed health and decreased body fat… please begin feeding these benefits now.