Friday, February 29, 2008

8th Week Measurements

Greetings Friends,

Yesterday was my 8th week anniversary. I was on the road and didn't get a chance to do my measurements until this morning. I was down 1/2 an inch in the waist. I was up a 1/2 inch in the chest for zero change over all. I started lifting weights a couple of weeks ago and that probably accounts for the increase in my chest/back. The half inch loss in the waist is good but not good enough so I am going back on the ChitoRich and EquaLean boosters. I am also going to try our Contouring Cream. Burma Hicks and Darlene Long tell me that it will really tighten up the skin and I need that around my neck.

I hope you are staying focused on your goals. Experts tell us that the secret to happiness is self control and moving forward in a positive direction. So Be Happy!

All the best,

Monday, February 25, 2008

Amazing Thailand in U.S.

Catching air!
Stretch Hummer Limo

Six of our top leaders from Thailand have just finished enjoying a great visit here in Utah. They had earned a week long trip to the USA by driving phenomenal growth in their home market.

They started with two days in Disneyland with VIP privileges. Then they came up to Utah to meet with me and other corporate executives and see the corporate offices. Considering it doesn't ever snow in Thailand we decided to take them out on a snowmobile ride. That was a truly unique experience for all of us! Everyone came back safely. I think we have some new snowmobile fanatics now so we may see some more of Thai visitors to Utah in the winter. Soapstone!

We had a powerful leadership roundtable discussing how to keep their amazing growth going. Great insights were shared and new plans developed—I think Thailand is going to set another record in 2008 and that will be the fourth record year in a row. I continue to be inspired by the strength of a leader who makes his or her mind up to just go make things happen. There are always going to be the people who say something can’t be done. Fortunately there will also always be those people who ignore the naysayers and just go make their dreams come true. Our friends from Thailand are those kind of people and I can pay them no higher compliment than to call them LEADERS!

All the best,

Thursday, February 21, 2008

7th Week Data

I am back from a long but successful visit to Japan. Being on the road for so long must have affected my fat loss or maybe I just over ate with such great food and the loss of my normal routine. Regardless of the reason the fact is I am only down one half an inch this week for a cumulative 10 inches for the 7 weeks. I am motivated to get this fat off me and I know it will be a lot easier at home.

Fat is different than many people think. On the body it isn't dense like a pound of butter rather it is more fluffy. That is probably why people feel tighter and less jiggly when they start losing fat. Check out this link for more:

If you want to buy a replica of a pound of fat and even a pound of muscle you can do it at this link:

It is pretty motivating to see this stuff and realize you just don't want it on your body--or at least so much of it.

All the best,

Saturday, February 16, 2008

New Japan Presidential

Tsujita-san - New Presidential

The Japanese people have always been recognized as very hard workers. As they have become more excited about their future with Unicity their work ethic gets even stronger. Consequently the tour here has been very busy, but also very successful.

It hasn’t been all work though. I did take one day off and spent part of it a hot springs spa. Hot spring spas are a very important part of the culture of Japan. The Japanese people essentially wrote the book on how to do a spa. Keep in mind they have been doing spa treatments at hot springs for several thousand years. I am not joking—some of these hot springs had people enjoying them before Rome was built. So they really have this down to science. Being the only non-Japanese person in the place I felt a little uncomfortable at first but everyone treated me so well the feeling of awkwardness went away quickly. When I finally left I felt so relaxed that I nearly had to be wheeled out!

Then it was back to work. The pictures you see are of a distributor-sponsored event. We came and supported it but distributors organized and ran the event.

Backstage with the host

It ran flawlessly, as most things do here. I am told there were about 1,200 people in attendance. There was a new 22-year old Presidential Club member recognized and the energy was sky high.

It is always impressive to me what a leader can do when she or he decides to get out and lead. Gender doesn’t matter, race or nationality doesn’t matter, age doesn’t matter, only desire and discipline are needed to make things happen. I hope you are making things happen in your life; a wise person once said there are three kinds of people in the world:

Those that make things happen,
Those that watch things happen,
And those that wonder what happened.

Make sure you are in the first category—it is much more pleasant there.

All the best,

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Since it is my sixth week anniversary I did my three measurements today. I was down another inch for a total of 9.5 for the six weeks. It is great to see the continued progress but I think it could have been more if I hadn’t been on the road all week.

I was recently reading a report from the National Institutes of Health that going to bed early and getting a good 7 to 8 hours of sleep is the best thing a person can do to stimulate HGH. Apparently, one of the many benefits of HGH is that it helps a person reduce body fat. That is probably one reason why so many aging celebrities use it.

However, the scientists at the NIH claim that early to bed and a good sleep is more effective than injections of the hormone itself. Well, suffice it to say that I am not getting much sleep over here in Japan, but we are growing the business, and Bios Life works in spite of not enough sleep.

All the best,

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Six Meetings of Excitement!

My visit to Japan has been amazing. After six days and six meetings I am more fired up than ever. You can also see from these photos that I am not the only one excited with Unicity in Japan—we haven’t been able to fit all who wanted to attend in the rooms. I still have five more days and six more meetings and I expect things to just keep growing. The Unicity story is very compelling. All a person has to do is talk to people and tell our story and other entrepreneurial minded people want to know more.

Tomorrow is my 6th week anniversary so I will be doing my measurements and then report to you what progress I have made. It should be interesting to see how things work when a person is on the road the whole week. I will let you know soon.

All the best,

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Greetings from Japan

I arrived in Osaka last night to begin a two-week visit. It was pretty nice being home for nearly six weeks but it is also exciting to be back working in a country that I have really grown to love. I will do 12 meetings while I am here and expect to be speaking to several thousand distributors. The Japanese people are great relationship-builders and so our business comes naturally to them. Bios Life is starting to become a powerhouse here as people learn how it can help them in so many ways.

When I got up early this morning I got my tape measure out because this is my 5th week anniversary. I thought that my numbers might not have improved as much as they have in the last few weeks—especially since I had just been sitting on airplanes for about 20 hours. To my surprise, I lost another 1.5 inches for a total 8.5 since beginning just five weeks ago. I can’t tell you how much this motivates me. Getting this fat off my body is making exercise a “want to” idea instead of “have to” obligation. Success breeds success. The more I have success the more I want it. How about you?

All the best,

Friday, February 1, 2008

National Heart Health Month

Greetings Friends,

Some of you may already know that February is National Heart Health Month in the United States. As a company we consider the eradication of heart disease to be one of our primary missions.

For nearly two decades Bios Life has been at the forefront of balancing cholesterol levels and bringing down triglycerides in people all over the world. It is not an overstatement to say that Bios Life has saved many, many lives and increased the quality of life for tens of thousands of people. Unfortunately, our efforts, no matter how valiant, are a drop in the bucket. We need to do more and we are going to do more.

Please take some time to read the eNews that will come out soon. This issue will contain some great information about this tragic killer and what we can do to eliminate it from our society. Make a goal to introduce Bios Life to ten new people this month—you just might save their lives.

All the best,