Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Personal Best – 100 Free

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A Personal Best – 100 Free

Yesterday Keegan was in GMAC, a high school swim meet. Many kids were there who we know from other swim clubs. I got to watch he and his friends play in the water during most of the EXTRA LONG Day! At most meets they can only be in the water to warm up, cool down or practice their stroke, so it was a welcoming view.

He swam the 50 and 100 yard Freestyle. After the 100 he came out so upset with himself for barely qualifying for finals. When I got a chance to look up his time I found out that he beat his personal best by almost a full second! I am SO Proud of him.

The only person he needs to beat is himself.

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New Year’s Resolutions

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New Year’s Resolutions

This year has been a world of change for us.

In April Keegan did the swim leg of a triathlon. In May we went to Jamaica for a swim meet with the Flying Fish Swim Club. My son graduated from middle school and started high school. In September Miami Dade College closed its pool to the public meaning we had to leave and no longer swim under the name Flying Fish. He loves his school, his program and swimming for his school.

In February I got bronchitis again. In April at the triathlon I got a severe case of poison oak and left my job. In May I got to go back to Jamaica for the first time in 21 years. I enjoyed seeing friends and family. In June I was able to go to Vegas for Insanity Bootcamp that changed my views of network marketing. The section that resonated with me the most was:

People respond to your campaign, you, THEN your business opportunity.

I first started with Put Health Back in Healthcare, which then expanded to Building Better Communities. I am happy that Market America is so diverse that I’m able to work with various professionals – veterinarians, health professionals, financial advisers, new musical artists, makeup artists, business owners, gym owners and instructors, to name a few – but then I also get to work with entrepreneurs and people who want a change in their lives. I love what I am doing.

With this summary of the year, yesterday I saw the TedTalks of Dr Joel Fuhrman. It reminded me of my New Year’s Resolution for a 85-90% plant based diet. I went to the library and borrowed his book Eat to Live and am now a quarter way through the book which also touches on another resolution to read a book a month. I’m now talking to anyone who will listen to me about what I do and my goals which is another resolution of being a Positive Force in the community.

I love how the experiences of the past couple years have made me able to succeed in changing my life to fulfill these resolutions. I still have a few resolutions to live out: Leading by Example, Helping Others Succeed, Becoming Financially Free, and Traveling the World. And know that the actions I’m doing now will help me reach those in the near future.

Looking back over the year and thinking of your New Year’s Resolutions are you there yet? Or at least much closer to having changed your life from last December? ALL the Best to you and Best Wishes in your endeavors!

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Better Health – Isotonix OPC-3

For most of my life I’ve been an allergy sufferer. I hated taking zyrtec and claritin, found out I was allergic to allegra, and didn’t like when benedryl knocked me out for 8 full hours. When I started with my network marketing company I decided to try our flagship product OPC-3.

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I started taking OPC-3 in March of 2013, and before finishing the first bottle I realized on my walk in to work that I hadn’t blown my nose all morning. I was always a person who upon rising would blow my nose for 2 hours. It was something that that I lived with from as far back as middle school.

During that time my mom also started OPC-3 she has arthritis in her fingers and knee. over the next few months she took 2 capfuls daily with 4 ounces of water making it isotonic. My mom went out of town, and during her trip she finished what she had packed. 3 days of not taking OPC-3 she noticed her fingers and knee started to feel stiff. When she came home, 5 days later, she told me how her arthritis was acting up again. She started her regimen again within a week the inflammation went down.

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Desires and Fear

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Desires and Fear

When one begins a new endeavor there is a passion, an energy, a calling. However, within a few weeks another feeling come into play… Fear. A few fears are that someone will criticize, that you may fail, or that people will turn against you. The fear that I battle with every day is the fear of succeeding – growing away from the friends that I have and them resenting me, having new responsibilities when I’m finally understanding and feeling comfortable with the ones I have, and feeling isolated.

The rational part of my brain is looking at these reasons and worked through them – many of my friends are struggling, so I either need to set a successful example or I need a new set of people to associate with. I enjoy challenges and when I work for someone else I relish in giving myself new responsibilities. And I am around people for half of the day who enjoy my company and me just for being me – these are the swim parents, PTSA moms and music parents.

I desire to change the world and have my name be known… not so much me but my name. I want to help the next generation to be aware of better ways to live their lives and reach their dreams. I want to inspire people to LIVE BIG! I want to be known as the person who enjoys helping people and makes a positive difference in others lives. I want to be known as the person who gives others an honest opportunity and works with them to succeed. I want to be know as the person who builds large royalty incomes for non profit organizations while helping health professionals, veterinarians, business owners, entrepreneurs, financial planners, and budding artists earn a secondary income while enhancing their current occupations.

What are your desires? What are the fears that stop you from moving towards those desires? May I help?