Friday, September 24, 2010

Targeted Shaklee Healing: Magnesium

In this series I would like to inform you, the Shaklee representative or user, on how products can be used. In every new product launch we are given a broad representation of the product, how many people may be affected by it, such as 80% of the population is lacking in magnesium. These are great selling points but the one thing that I am fantastic at, is a targeted application of products.

Unstable Heart Beat:

Something that I find very common is an unstable rhythm of the heart, which is often linked to low or insufficient magnesium, our time released magnesium is a fantastic treatment to regulate heart beat. You do not have to be deficient in this mineral to benefit from it! 

It is also very helpful during the occasional overdose of stimulants, that new diet pill someone asked you try, or one to many latte`. Magnesium will slow the thrumming of your heart, calm down your mental state and allow you to take a few deep breaths.

It is one of the best anti-stress supplements out there and fortunately VitalMag is also time released and absorbed readily. This reduces stomach upset and diarrhea that often occurs as a result of inferior mineral type, yes, there are different types of magnesium. With many minerals you always want to check the mineral type on the back of the bottle. 

Combining Magnesium:

VitalMag + B & C Complex: This combination helps dissolve unwanted stones from the body, I have employed this a few times. The B & C complex comes in the Vitalizer series of multi-vitamin packs which is also time released. This will rid the body of stones and also prevent the materialization of more stones. 

Of course I must stress the importance of seeing your general practitioner before use and advocate a balanced diet. Unless your blood pressure is low, the benefit of magnesium far outweighs the risk of this vital mineral.

Thoughtmanship: 10 Rules

The honeymoon is officially over and we are caught up in a whirlwind of business, perhaps this does not happen to everyone but I found that I was unsettled to come back from paradise. I just so happened to order some of the "Thoughtmanship: 10 Rules For Happiness & Contentment" and it really picked me up.

This would be a great way to keep the spirits high at meetings or even when your downline is feeling a bit out of sorts. To know that someone is thinking about them, that success is not always leveraged with monetary gain...

Perhaps if this is how people were introduced to Shaklee, instead of a sales minded approach, success would be much easier than it seems to be. I have always touted the "Caring, Counselor, Honest" approach and this goes right along with my methodology. I am currently working on a few things that may help people within organizations, stay tuned.

Friday, September 3, 2010

The Shaklee Wedding

Imagine, an olde Victorian home in the Alabama countryside, it is white washed as if fashioned of bone. The porch runs the length of the home and tucks itself neatly just beyond each corner. A fountain just before the main steps bursts with gold, red, yellow and green hues of arranged flowers.

Banners are strung to the left of the main yard, in the middle of a field, white and green [Shaklee colors] snap wildly in the wind. In fact, everything at this event is white and green, and a gold Shaklee Distrubutor's pin flashes vividly on my lapel. Her dress is white of course!, with a light green veil shielding her face.

I am wearing a white suit shot through with green stitching at the seams. The tables, the chairs, the cake, all white and green. This is my wedding...

If you are thinking, "This is nuts." well, it is nuts. I would never do such a thing, wearing a white suit, no. This suit is all green, a patchwork of forest and evergreen, military and camo. This is Alabama after all and we are absolutely insane about Shaklee. We door-knock with the subtleties of a black-clad SWAT team, my foot landing just to the left of the knob, a splintering of wood announcing our environmentally friendly arrival!

Alright, well, perhaps all of this is a half-truth. We are getting married, it is in the countryside in an "Olde" Victorian, actually the description is spot on. Except the green and white, it is more of a white and cream, all colors of roses and an array of sweets that is unsettling to me as a fanatically healthy person.

I just wanted to let everyone know, well, both of you and one of you being me, that I have not been posting as I prepare for this event on September the 11th!