Marine Phytoplankton The FIRST, BEST and FINAL say in Health and Wellness!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on April 10, 2014 by FGX PowerStrips

Scientists at NASA theorize that ages ago, the world was changed forever. The appearance of tiny organisms with the ability to convert sunlight, warmth, water and minerals into protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and amino acids marked the beginning of life. Marine phytoplankton, these single-celled plants, are the basis of all other life forms on planet Earth and are the ‘vegetation’ of the ocean. Marine phytoplankton are consumed by the smallest to the largest forms of life. Whales that feed on Plankton and krill are known to live up to 200 years!

Marine Phytoplankton The FIRST, BEST and FINAL say in Health and Wellness!

Whole Food Marine Phytoplankton
• 400 times the energy of any known plant
• a major source of the Earth’s oxygen supply
• the first known food or plant on earth
• whales live on it
• more than 200 sea veggies • nutritional analysis that is second-to-none
• nourishing and complete proprietary blend
• has eluded man until now

 

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Another Day: Phytolize Your Life

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on April 9, 2014 by FGX PowerStrips

Tom Harper tells his incredible story about health and marine phytoplankton. He also discusses his invention of a technology that for the first time in history, opens the cell and makes marine phytoplankton bio-available.

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Quotes For A Successful Entrepreneur

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 2, 2014 by FGX PowerStrips

Being a successful entrepreneur is about approaching your success journey as a marathon, not a sprint. However, if you’ve actually run a marathon, you know the high of the excitement at the starting line and the low of mile 18 when you think you just can’t take one more step.

The path of entrepreneurship has distinct peaks and valleys, so here are 10 quotes to keep you motivated for wherever you are in the marathon.

. “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” — Benjamin Franklin

Franklin, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, was also one of the most successful business entrepreneurs in America of his time with his printing press. His Poor Richard’s Almanac is still a business book to be relished today with timeless wisdom about wealth and planning. One of the success-building principles is proper planning. Get a plan and know where you’re going.

2. “Quality is not an act, it is a habit.” — Aristotle

As an entrepreneur, you need a winning strategy based on a quality service offering. Quality doesn’t develop overnight. Through relentlessly putting your best into everything you do, you’re sure to finish the marathon of success.

3. “You want to be extra rigorous about making the best possible thing you can. Find everything that’s wrong with it and fix it.” — Elon Musk

How is quality achieved? By constantly improving. Musk is one of the most brilliant risk-taking entrepreneurs in the market and he says this comes from constant feedback on how you can improve the quality of something. Live it, learn it and do it for success.

4. “I think failure is nothing more than life’s way of nudging you that you are off course. My attitude to failure is not attached to outcome, but in not trying at all.” — Sara Blakely

How could a recent failure you’ve experienced open up the doors for a different opportunity? Always see the ways that mistakes or failures are trying to re-shape your product or service to improve.

5. “The most valuable thing you can make is a mistake — you can’t learn anything from being perfect.” — Adam Osborne

Making mistakes is part of the marathon. You trip, you fall down, but you get back up and keep going. Those stumbles and mistakes can be the most important thing you ever do as they lead to making everything better. You get better from failures — products get better from improving on shortcomings. You can always do better by learning from the mistakes.

6. “Entrepreneurship is the last refuge of the troublemaking individual.” — Natalie Clifford Barney

Maintaining the entrepreneurial spirit is an important step in the marathon. Have some fun, stir up some trouble, be a disruptor if you feel like it — that’s where the magic happens. Go start causing some good-natured trouble in your industry.

”You are not your resume, you are your work.” — Seth Godin

What people have or haven’t done in the past doesn’t always determine whether they will be successful entrepreneurs. Don’t fixate on a perfect resume, just be prepared to learn from your mistakes and share your true work with the world.

8. “I like thinking big. If you’re going to be thinking anything, you might as well think big.” — Donald Trump

Never think of yourself as being too small to carry out a great idea. There are countless numbers of successful people who got their start from a much humbler set of circumstances than your own. Never let that be an excuse to stop or not take action to begin with — there’s always a way, find it!

9. “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other people’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.” — Steve Jobs

This is the why of your marathon. Why are you an entrepreneur? Why are you even in this race? Don’t start running unless you know what you’re running for. What awaits you at the finish line? Knowing that answer and being true to your desires will see you out in the low times to get you through to the successful end.

10. “Chase the vision, not the money, the money will end up following you.” — Tony Hsieh

Hsieh’s quote says it all.

 

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Financial Freedom

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on April 2, 2014 by FGX PowerStrips

Financial freedom or the attainment of wealth in ANY area of life happens as a result of a mindset. To begin experiencing financial freedom or ANY other type of wealth, whether it be in the area of money, health, relationships, spirituality, etc. you only need change your mind and develop a “Wealth Consciousness” that will enable you to begin attracting and open you to receive the results that you most desire to experience. ANYTHING and EVERYTHING which exists in our world and in your personal life exists as a result of consciousness that is determined by a mindset, YOUR mindset, regardless of how you may “perceive” those outcomes. A “lack” of attaining financial freedom is the result of a mindset just as achieving financial freedom is the result of a mindset

 

Money and financial freedom, although an extremely important part of the equation, certainly does not equate to happiness and success. True success comes from having achieved a harmonious balance in the three all encompassing life areas of money, health, and relationships, as well as having the time available to enjoy all of them. When you have attained this level of what is referred to as harmony, you will then be able to experience lasting happiness and claim to have achieved true success. Happiness and fulfillment is an “inside game”…money and financial freedom are simply tools that we use to play the outside game..

 

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Write A New Chapter

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 2, 2014 by FGX PowerStrips

Accepting our story is one of the most difficult things to do. We spend so much time wanting to rip out old chapters. We go back and wonder how things would be if we did this instead of that. We drown in our regrets.

Every thing that’s happened before right now is the reason why you are where you are today, who you are today. This is your story. You must own it. There is no refund. You can’t change it. It’s already been written. The accident. The event. The broken heart. The cheating. The lying. The fights. The drift. The dysfunction. The mistake. The ink is dry.
Maybe you believe if you can change things, you’d be better or worth more. Or maybe your obsessions are lined with control and the fact that you can’t control what’s happening today because of what happened yesterday is driving you crazy. Or maybe you’re used to punishing yourself, dissecting your defects. Whatever the reason, it is a pattern you must stop. Dwelling is a razor.
What’s at stake? The rest of your story. 
You can’t start writing a new chapter if you haven’t accepted what’s already been written. Every moment you spend fighting and questioning the past, you are pulling yourself out of the present. When you pull yourself out of the present, you are putting the pen down. You stop writing.
1. Know that every story is unique. 
We are all on a different path. Comparing your story with someone else’s story is a complete waste of time. What is meant for them is not meant for you and vice versa.
2. If you’re in a shitty place, remember that today is going to be tomorrow’s past. 
If you keep looking behind, you won’t be able to see what’s in front. Then you won’t be satisfied when you get there and will continue to look back, hence getting lost again.
It’s a cycle. If you don’t break it, you can’t move forward.
3. Turn regret into wonder. 
Trust your story. Instead of questioning everything that’s happened and how all the puzzle pieces fit, trust the layout and get excited about what’s to come.
It’s time to accept your story.
And write your new chapter.
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Think You Are Too Old To Start A Business?

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on April 2, 2014 by FGX PowerStrips

If Hollywood wants to portray an entrepreneur in a movie, then he — and it’s usually a he – is in his early 20s, may or may not have a college degree, is probably wearing blue jeans and a hoodie, and is a bit unkempt, with messy hair and facial hair.

That stereotype may appeal to our interest in a narrative where geeks take over the world, but the Mark Zuckerberg-inspired vision is absolutely only a part of the entrepreneurship story. Many entrepreneurs don’t even think about launching their own business until they are in their 30s, 40s, and even 50s, after years of work experience.

Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald’s, sold paper cups and milkshake mixers until he was 52, according to an infographic from San Francisco-based startup organization Funders and Founders (below). Meanwhile, the founder of cosmetic behemoth Mary Kay, Mary Kay Ash, sold books and home decor objects until she was 45.

Fret not if you are over 40 and have yet to start your own business. There’s still time. And chances are, if you’ve worked a while, you’ve learned a thing or two about life and business that will be helpful, too.

 

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The Art of Forgiveness

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on March 23, 2014 by FGX PowerStrips

Certainly the emotional and psychological benefits are great. People have reported in a number of studies that relationships become stronger and feelings of happiness increase.

Some studies have documented lower levels of depression or a decrease in symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. There are five main  physical benefits repeatedly associated with forgiveness:

Reduced Stress.

When a person becomes stressed, muscles tense, blood pressure rises and sweating increases. All three of these symptoms are reversed with forgiveness.

Reduced Pain.

Those who convert anger to compassion and forgiveness feel less pain and anxiety associated with pain.

Better Heart Health.

One study has found a strong link between forgiveness and improvements in both blood pressure and heart rate, which result in a decreased workload for the heart muscle.

Improved Neurological Function and Memory.

When old, negative memories no longer dominate, happier memories are more readily recalled. A person also has greater brain power available for creating, solving problems and making good choices and decisions.

Improved Immune Function.

Unhealthy hormones and chemicals cease to be released into the bloodstream, allowing for greater impact by positive hormones and neurotransmitters.

These benefits associated with forgiveness seem to increase with age. Middle-aged and older adults benefit even more than young people from letting go of old hurts and painful memories. Time alone does not heal or bring about forgiveness, but intentional forgiveness can heal hurts that have been harbored for decades.

 

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