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Make the Decision and Get Healthy

No one says “Man, I hope I can get in great shape for just a little while and then gain back all the weight I lost.” Maybe you had a time in your life where you worked really hard for your wedding pictures to look perfect or the look great on a vacation. Did you stay committed to your health after those big events? Why not? The answer lies in your underlying motivation.

All or nothing
Going for all or nothing

What Motivates You?

If you are trying to slim down for a reunion or other “look-at-me” life moment chances are you will relapse into your old habits and the weight will come back, perhaps even faster than you gained it before. Starving yourself, staying on a liquid or highly restrictive diet will cause you to lose weight, but it won’t make you healthy and strong.

Take a look at your health. Physically are you satisfied with your body? Does your body enable you to pursue your adventures or does it cause you daily frustration? Maybe your doctor is the one telling you to lose weight, but you are fine with your body. Do you wish you had more energy or could take care of yourself without relying on others?

You can change. You can lose weight and become strong, but without motivation from within yourself you will not change your lifestyle and improve your health in the long run.

Commit to Yourself

If you want to lose weight you must make a commitment to yourself. Make yourself accountable and share your goal with your friends or a more anonymous online community. Change will not happen overnight, but one step followed by another step in the right direction will give you results.

Don’t let celebrities fool you – there is no magic bullet to getting healthy, but there are also extremes that should be avoided. Is it sustainable to exercise at the gym 7-days a week for several hours? Individuals on realty TV are able to do so only because of the non-realty of the situations they are in. Adjust your expectations that it will take time to lose weight, but if you do it right you won’t have to do it again.

Sustainable Success

Keeping things simple, you want to look to a weight loss program that is simple and easy to follow. Complicated dosing or restrictive diets will be challenging to follow long term. To kick off your turn to health look to the Shaklee 180 weight loss system. It is simple, supplies all your required daily recommended vitamins and minerals, and even tastes good.  Your Shaklee consultant will be another person committed to helping you reach your goal of living a healthy, happy life. The Shaklee 180 weight loss system is is not a magic pill, but a proven program that will allow you to lose weight while regaining energy and providing your body with the fuel it needs to stay committed to staying healthy.

Commit today. Join the network that has helped thousands of individuals just like you make a change, and commit to a healthy you.

 

Wes Bartell

A professional network marketer offering expertise is growing a successful network. Wes proudly represents Shaklee products and also assists individuals as an independent insurance agent specializing in Medicare Supplements and Medicare Advantage plans. Wes welcomes the opportunity to assist others finding healthy lifestyles and financial freedom.

Call: 661-215-2901

Text: 661-808-0060

wesbartell@gmail.com

http://www.behealthywealthywiser.com/

Becoming the Consistent Product

A strong foundation is required to be a successful network marketer

Network marketing starts with a connection. The person you connect with can make you wonderful promises, tug at your heartstrings, and make you want to join them on their quest to improve the world. But, what if they don’t keep their promises. Why won’t they return your phone calls? What happened to that ideal connection?

Network marketing gets a bad reputation because some individuals do not keep their promises. They scam others into believing in something that isn’t real and never deliver what is promised. Integrity is everything in the business of relationships. From the first meeting throughout all transactions and interactions your success will be built by honesty, integrity, and consistency.

Honesty

Honesty must run through your life and business. Keeping commitments, like being on a three-way call with a new recruit or delivering a customer’s first purchase must all be done when promised. If your word is compromised, then trust has been broken. Be real with people about yourself and your product and customers will develop a strong connection with you.

Integrity

Your motives must be sincere. Many individuals join a network marketing group with the goal of making additional or substantial income. That is a desirable goal, but not if you seek to harm others to line your pocketbook. Scamming and taking advantage of people do not grow a successful, sustainable business.

Consistency

I go to my favorite restaurant time and time again because I know that they will always deliver a consistent, delicious product. Knowing that I will have a positive experience keeps me loyal. You want to become the favorite restaurant that your clients can trust to deliver a consistent relationship and product.

True success comes from real relationships. As a successful network marketer my goal is to work with people who are looking for more in life, living a healthier life, and getting back to nature is my goal and I am committed to helping those individuals who are looking for the same thing.

Wes Bartell

A professional network marketer offering expertise is growing a successful network. Wes proudly represents Shaklee products and also assists individuals as an independent insurance agent specializing in Medicare Supplements and Medicare Advantage plans. Wes welcomes the opportunity to assist others finding healthy lifestyles and financial freedom.

Call: 661-215-2901

Text: 661-808-0060

wesbartell@gmail.com

http://www.behealthywealthywiser.com/

Video: What Happens in Your Body When You Eat Processed Foods | World Class Wellness Lifestyle

Stefani produces videos and immersive, interactive installations that explores the influences of corporate culture and industrial food production. Her current project works with gastroenterologist Dr. Braden Kuo at Harvard University where they just completed the first ever clinical study to use the M2A™ and SmartPill devices that look at how the human body responds to processed versus whole foods. She is an Honorary Resident at Eyebeam Art +Technology Center in New York and teaches in the School of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons The New School for Design and in the Food Studies Program at The New School for Public Engagement.

via Video: What Happens in Your Body When You Eat Processed Foods | World Class Wellness Lifestyle.

Starting a Weight Loss program

Weight Loss made easy

Once in a while we run across a blog that parallels your beliefs.  I have great respect for the thoughts of Tim Terrio of TERRIO Physical Therapy and Fitness.  Although his approach to weight loss is more extensive than what I would ever do,  his basic philosophy is simply  that you need to make the decision to start.

I like how he relates it to getting on a rollercoaster ride.  I have watched dozens of people ride the weight-loss roller coaster.   They gain the weight, eat to much, feel quilty,  start a diet, get hungry, binge, feel bad, start a diet, and the the roller coaster continues.  So what does it take to lose weight?  The following is short and to the point:

Get off the Weightloss Rollercoaster!

I wrote the “Healthy Family Evolution” and created the program for all of you who have been riding the rollercoaster of weight loss for far too long. Don’t get me wrong –  I love a good rollercoaster, the more twists, turns, loops and drops the better. The excitement of standing in line as the anticipation builds. Finally, it’s time to lock yourself in and enjoy the ride, which ends all too soon. But, the rollercoaster of losing weight and getting healthy is a different ride. First of all there is no excitement or anticipation to even get on the ride. Very insidiously the weight increases over time until it finally reaches a point where it gets our, or others, attention.  Then suddenly we are thrown onto the ride. We are bombarded with solutions, concoctions, potions and programs. We are told that it is fast and easy to lose weight so we jump on ride after ride.  We lose and we gain.  Yet we keep ending up at the same place. Frustration grows as we are directed by those trying to help pointing to the next great ride. The seemingly endless chase continues. Frustration gives way to “what’s wrong with me?” if this is so fast and easy then why am I not able to do it? As we get older the game takes on new importance as we are faced with several life threatening chronic diseases. The ultimate thrill ride either you conquer this foe and keep it at bay or it could cost you dearly and yet the cycle of failed attempts continues. So, once and for all lets acknowledge that this journey is NOT easy, it is NOT simple, there are no magic formulas, potions or concoctions. There is no silver bullet. The good news is that through research we do have substantial knowledge in how to make a sensible, sustainable change but it comes at a price. That price is taking the steps to change your behavior and to replace old habits with new ones. 

Save the rollercoasters for the amusement parks!  Let’s start evolving to better health, one decision, one day and one family at a time.  Get Informed.  Get Moving.  Get Better!!

www.myTERRIO.com

With thousands of diet programs and weight-loss products on the market, there should be something out on the market that is simple, straight-foward, easy to do, clinically tested and researched, proven to work,  and doesn’t require you to be hitting the gym 7 days a week to lose weight.

First I made a decision I was going to lose weight.  Then I choose to use the Shaklee 180 weight loss system.  I didn’t have to lose a lot of weight, but wanted to get rid of some fat and regain energy.  I’m one who likes to keep things simple.  I wanted something that I didn’t have to think about and not complicate it with potions, lotions, or other weird concoctions.   Yes, it did require me to make a choice.  Next, it was a conscious decision to do what I said I was going to do.  Finally, it was the will power to change my eating habits, my thinking,  and my outlook on where I was going.

Yes, it did take close to a year to lose 25 pounds, but I had been carrying it around for over 20  years.  This was one of the best decisions of my life.

If you are willing to make a change in your life that can affect you the rest of  your life, then I would encourage you to take a look at the Shaklee 180 weight-loss program.  It is simple, supplies all your required daily recommended vitamins and minerals, and even tastes good.  No, this is not a magic bullet, but a  getting your tool to get your life back to where you know you should be.

First, make a decision.  Then get more information at my website “Why Diets Fail!”

 

Be Real. Be Honest. Be Consistent.

All or nothing
Going for all or nothing

I recently read an article by Lianne Bremer that I wanted to share with everyone.   I have been involved with several network marketing companies, and many times we think that by getting involved, we well get the help from the person who appears to be super successful.  Then when the honeymoon is over, the charismatic entrepreneur moves on leaving you to fend for yourself.  Lianne wraps it up pretty well:

I know a professional networker who has experienced a modicum of success.  He has made millions, lost millions, and yet keeps trudging along.
I am watching him now as he builds another company from scratch.  He exudes personality, promises, and a polished skill.  People meeting him for the first time are utterly enchanted.  They are sucked into his vortex of excitement and hope.
However, I have noticed a huge disconnect with this man.  He promises his time, his tutelage, and his assistance, and yet when the new recruit tries to connect with him again, he vanishes.  Phone calls are never returned.  Promises are never kept.
Is the man successful? Well, he does make money, but not as much as he could.  He is constantly reinventing himself and his downline, because he goes through people almost as fast as he goes through money.
This is not network marketing.  This is how scams are perpetuated.  You cannot build a business on promises you have no intention of keeping.  You cannot recruit people to build a business if you lure them in with a commitment to help them, promote them, and then vanish into thin air.
When you first step into the networking waters, you have to know that the entire house of cards is built on the quality of your relationships, and your ability to be consistent with them.  If you promise to be on a three-way call with someone, you’d better be available and on your game.
Too much of the bad press about networking is due to the lack of integrity in relationships. So, integrity, honesty, and consistency have to be the watchwords that lead to success.
If you are real with people, you will build a real organization of committed individuals.  And that is true success.
 by Lianne Bremer
My goal is to work with people who are looking for more in life, living a healthier life, and getting back to nature is my goal and I am committed to helping those individuals who are looking for the same thing.