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*******www.ebenezerwellness****/newsletters.html Ebenezer Wellness, Inc. was formed in 2006 as a provider of holistic health services, focusing on nutrition. We start with the premise that we are Spirit, Soul (mind, emotion & will) and Body. We believe that toxic overload and nutritional deficiencies can interfere with the human body at each of these levels and that conversely, any of these areas can interfere with your body's ability to do its natural job of repair and regeneration. These areas are intimately interwoven and they make up the complexity of what it means to be human. Elizabeth NaylorElizabeth Naylor Elizabeth Naylor has a unique blend of corporate sales and general management background and a relatively new career and life passion of wellness through nutrition and traditional healing techniques. She established a private practice in holistic nutrition in 2006 and continues actively building that practice. In an effort to provide the best service to her clients, she spends over 100 hours/year in professional seminars and devotes additional time to research and study for a Doctoral program. Elizabeth's expertise is in balancing mineral patterns and the endocrine (hormonal) system through whole food nutrition. She utilizes her extensive knowledge of Hair Mineral Analysis and Saliva testing to direct her recommendations. Elizabeth holds the following degrees and certifications: B.S. in Chemistry - N.C. State University M.B.A. in Marketing - New York Universtiy A.C.N. (Applied Clinical Nutrition) through Texas College of Chiropractic DSC (Doctor of Science) in Holistic Nutrition Candidate - Hawthorn University What's in a name? Elizabeth chose the name Ebenezer Wellness after long consideration. Ebenezer is a word that simply means, "stone of help," and comes from a passage of the Old Testament of the Bible. "Then Samuel took a stone and set it between Mizpah and Shem, and named it Ebenezer, saying, 'Thus far the Lord has helped us.'" It is a daily reminder of the Spiritual side of the equation in her personal healing thus far. *******youtu.be/mBs-a41HOIU
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*******www.ebenezerwellness****/newsletters.html Ebenezer Wellness, Inc. was formed in 2006 as a provider of holistic health services, focusing on nutrition. We start with the premise that we are Spirit, Soul (mind, emotion & will) and Body. We believe that toxic overload and nutritional deficiencies can interfere with the human body at each of these levels and that conversely, any of these areas can interfere with your body's ability to do its natural job of repair and regeneration. These areas are intimately interwoven and they make up the complexity of what it means to be human. Elizabeth NaylorElizabeth Naylor Elizabeth Naylor has a unique blend of corporate sales and general management background and a relatively new career and life passion of wellness through nutrition and traditional healing techniques. She established a private practice in holistic nutrition in 2006 and continues actively building that practice. In an effort to provide the best service to her clients, she spends over 100 hours/year in professional seminars and devotes additional time to research and study for a Doctoral program. Elizabeth's expertise is in balancing mineral patterns and the endocrine (hormonal) system through whole food nutrition. She utilizes her extensive knowledge of Hair Mineral Analysis and Saliva testing to direct her recommendations. Elizabeth holds the following degrees and certifications: B.S. in Chemistry - N.C. State University M.B.A. in Marketing - New York Universtiy A.C.N. (Applied Clinical Nutrition) through Texas College of Chiropractic DSC (Doctor of Science) in Holistic Nutrition Candidate - Hawthorn University What's in a name? Elizabeth chose the name Ebenezer Wellness after long consideration. Ebenezer is a word that simply means, "stone of help," and comes from a passage of the Old Testament of the Bible. "Then Samuel took a stone and set it between Mizpah and Shem, and named it Ebenezer, saying, 'Thus far the Lord has helped us.'" It is a daily reminder of the Spiritual side of the equation in her personal healing thus far. *******youtu.be/mBs-a41HOIU
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*******www.ebenezerwellness****/newsletters.html Ebenezer Wellness, Inc. was formed in 2006 as a provider of holistic health services, focusing on nutrition. We start with the premise that we are Spirit, Soul (mind, emotion & will) and Body. We believe that toxic overload and nutritional deficiencies can interfere with the human body at each of these levels and that conversely, any of these areas can interfere with your body's ability to do its natural job of repair and regeneration. These areas are intimately interwoven and they make up the complexity of what it means to be human. Elizabeth NaylorElizabeth Naylor Elizabeth Naylor has a unique blend of corporate sales and general management background and a relatively new career and life passion of wellness through nutrition and traditional healing techniques. She established a private practice in holistic nutrition in 2006 and continues actively building that practice. In an effort to provide the best service to her clients, she spends over 100 hours/year in professional seminars and devotes additional time to research and study for a Doctoral program. Elizabeth's expertise is in balancing mineral patterns and the endocrine (hormonal) system through whole food nutrition. She utilizes her extensive knowledge of Hair Mineral Analysis and Saliva testing to direct her recommendations. Elizabeth holds the following degrees and certifications: B.S. in Chemistry - N.C. State University M.B.A. in Marketing - New York Universtiy A.C.N. (Applied Clinical Nutrition) through Texas College of Chiropractic DSC (Doctor of Science) in Holistic Nutrition Candidate - Hawthorn University What's in a name? Elizabeth chose the name Ebenezer Wellness after long consideration. Ebenezer is a word that simply means, "stone of help," and comes from a passage of the Old Testament of the Bible. "Then Samuel took a stone and set it between Mizpah and Shem, and named it Ebenezer, saying, 'Thus far the Lord has helped us.'" It is a daily reminder of the Spiritual side of the equation in her personal healing thus far. *******youtu.be/mBs-a41HOIU
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Patrick: The businesses that you're doing right now. Briefly tell me what they basically do. Bob: I have some audiology clinics in Texas. We send teams out to long term care facilities and we help people hear better. That's basically now a business that is absentee ownership. I drop by and say hi and visit the people every couple of months. Patrick: You don't mind cashing the checks though. Bob: No, I don't mind that. Patrick: I know it's a very successful business and you're kind of downplaying. You've built a really cool thing. Bob: I have really built and gathered a great team. The people are great and that's why it runs so well by itself. It's a team of people who care about what they're doing. They care about helping other people. They care about serving people. I can just let it go because they care so much about being effective and being good. I eventually found someone who was great at administration and who was great at running the company for me. You've interviewed him. You know Odell. That's what freed me up to go on to my next shiny object. 1431 Greenway Drive, Suite 610 Irving, TX 75038 888-556-7347 *******youtu.be/iD-Zsvydpfw
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*******bobbare****/contact/ What does your book really mean for you as a speaker and a mentor and a leader and a business owner? Bob: What I discovered in the process of writing it and getting it published is that a book is not an end in itself. So many people think that, "Oh, I'm going to write this book and it'll go up in the bookstores and people will buy it and I can just sit back and watch things happen." Writing a book and then getting the book published is really the easy part. The good thing is once you've become an author, once you've taken your specialized knowledge and put it into a book for other people, then it becomes a tool that you can use not only to assist other people in what the message of your book is, but it becomes a tool to let people see that you are an expert. It's a demonstration of who you are and what you know. It opens so many doors. Since I've published the book I've discovered that people like to hear people speak who are authors. I'm a Rotarian. I love rotary but I've ended up not only going to my own rotary club, I go up speaking to other ones. I usually speak on how to become a published author and I give people, in as much time as I have, some ideas and tips on how to get a book out of you. I really enjoy helping people with that. I would say that maybe two out of three people feel like, or have the thought, or have someone tell them, "You ought to write a book," but people don't know where to start. I like to help people gather their thoughts. I like to help them discover if it would even be worthwhile for them to write that book, if what they're thinking about writing is the right one for them, and then when they find what they really would love writing, giving them some steps and some suggestions and coaching them into getting themselves to the place where it turns into something that they can use to spread their message. There are all kinds of different books: nonfiction, children's books, fiction. Whatever the type, I like to help people who have a book that will make some form of a positive impact on the world. Typically that ends up being something in the self-help field or entrepreneurship, helping other entrepreneurs, or something that will help people. We have an author that we've published a couple of books for who is the mother of one of the youngest firefighters who died in 9/11. She had written two children's books -- one called, "My Son Christopher" and another called, "The Day the Towers Fell" -- and she basically took what was in her heart. She had the desire to teach people how to tell their children about 9/11 and how to give them a positive message that this was, yes, an act of hate, but how you can turn it around and how you need to learn to love and share. It's so rewarding to help people with a message like that get their message out to the world. 1431 Greenway Drive, Suite 610 Irving, TX 75038 888-556-7347 *******youtu.be/DHpdbNtFFXc
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*******bobbare****/about/ Patrick: I want to get into, really, what you're doing to create the success you're having. I know that it probably starts with setting this up and then the companies that you've built beyond your book, "More Power." I encourage you guys to get a copy. They can get it at your website www.BobBare****? Bob: You can get it there or Amazon. Patrick: Amazon is a good place. Roughly a billion people use it -- big shop. Tell me more. I want to know your story. Bob: Funny thing, I get a lot of my ideas in the shower. I don't know why. I guess maybe I turn off my mind for a few minutes. But one day I was thinking about all the things I've learned in the past 40 years of being in business and creating business. I thought about all of the struggles that I went through unnecessarily. So many people -- sometimes they're sales people and sometimes they're technicians, but they get this idea, "Hey. I'm going to start a business. This is a great idea." I'm sorry, but sometimes they have no idea what they're getting into. You can be a number one sales person or you can be a great technician, but running a business is a whole new learning curve. It's totally different. So they start a business and they discover that this is not what they expected. There are so many things they didn't know. So I decided at this point in time, when I had my brilliant idea in the shower, "Hey, I should put together a list of steps that it takes to create a successful business." That's when I came up with the idea of writing "More Power." It's kind of a mentorship in a book taking you step by step with the basics. This is what you need to do not only to create a business but to make it successful and to carry it through to where it becomes a legacy for you and your children or whatever you want to do with it. Patrick: And repeatable. That's the other part about it. You've repeated this process and now you're mentoring others around the country and around the world to create that. 1431 Greenway Drive, Suite 610 Irving, TX 75038 888-556-7347 *******youtu.be/8oB4ohMPOcc
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*******bobbare****/contact/ What does your book really mean for you as a speaker and a mentor and a leader and a business owner? Bob: What I discovered in the process of writing it and getting it published is that a book is not an end in itself. So many people think that, "Oh, I'm going to write this book and it'll go up in the bookstores and people will buy it and I can just sit back and watch things happen." Writing a book and then getting the book published is really the easy part. The good thing is once you've become an author, once you've taken your specialized knowledge and put it into a book for other people, then it becomes a tool that you can use not only to assist other people in what the message of your book is, but it becomes a tool to let people see that you are an expert. It's a demonstration of who you are and what you know. It opens so many doors. Since I've published the book I've discovered that people like to hear people speak who are authors. I'm a Rotarian. I love rotary but I've ended up not only going to my own rotary club, I go up speaking to other ones. I usually speak on how to become a published author and I give people, in as much time as I have, some ideas and tips on how to get a book out of you. I really enjoy helping people with that. I would say that maybe two out of three people feel like, or have the thought, or have someone tell them, "You ought to write a book," but people don't know where to start. I like to help people gather their thoughts. I like to help them discover if it would even be worthwhile for them to write that book, if what they're thinking about writing is the right one for them, and then when they find what they really would love writing, giving them some steps and some suggestions and coaching them into getting themselves to the place where it turns into something that they can use to spread their message. There are all kinds of different books: nonfiction, children's books, fiction. Whatever the type, I like to help people who have a book that will make some form of a positive impact on the world. Typically that ends up being something in the self-help field or entrepreneurship, helping other entrepreneurs, or something that will help people. We have an author that we've published a couple of books for who is the mother of one of the youngest firefighters who died in 9/11. She had written two children's books -- one called, "My Son Christopher" and another called, "The Day the Towers Fell" -- and she basically took what was in her heart. She had the desire to teach people how to tell their children about 9/11 and how to give them a positive message that this was, yes, an act of hate, but how you can turn it around and how you need to learn to love and share. It's so rewarding to help people with a message like that get their message out to the world. 1431 Greenway Drive, Suite 610 Irving, TX 75038 888-556-7347 *******youtu.be/DHpdbNtFFXc
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*******bobbare****/contact/ Patrick: I want to get into who you serve. It's somebody that has a vision, has a message, has something to say, and wants to create a legacy. But there's more to the book publishing in there than just get it written and get some publisher to buy it. Bob: There's a lot more. To me, the power of becoming an author and the power of writing a book is in expressing your expertise, expressing your authority, expressing that you have a message. Just the fact that you've put your story together in a coherent package and you've gone through the difficult steps, oftentimes the learning curve of how to start with an idea in your mind and put it together in book form and then get it actually published -- that's a big accomplishment. People respect that accomplishment. The fact of having authored a book is a statement. It says that you are a person of substance, that you have determination, that you have the willingness to put this message out there. And even when people don't read your book, just the fact that you have a book or just the fact that you can give someone a book carries a powerful message and it gives so much credibility. There are a lot of fields and a lot of people who talk about the expert industry and the expert field. That's important, but I like the word "authority." I feel like experts are people who have enough knowledge that they help educate other people in that field. Experts educate. What better way to educate than writing a book about it, especially a book where you've completed the whole book? I know there are opportunities to get a chapter in a book and I'm in a couple of those, too, and that's okay. But it really is powerful to have your own book with your own message. Once you have that book, that's just the gate that opens all kinds of opportunities. Then you can go from there and use your book as an introduction to the marketplace. Typically people who become an author have a book published, if they want to and if they have someone strategize with them, they can then use that book to open up the door to a speaking career if that's what they want, open up a door to coaching or counseling if that's what they want. Or maybe they have a brick and mortar business and they want more people to come to it. Imagine someone in the medical profession, for example someone who does hormone replacement therapy. If they write a book specific about their field and someone calls their office to inquire about their knowledge or their expertise or if someone comes in to ask, rather than sending them a brochure or an advertisement, if that person had their own book that they wrote about hormone therapy, they could give them their book. They're the author of that. In people's eyes, whether they read it or not (hopefully they will read it), they think, "This person knows what he's talking about. He's written a book about it." Patrick: That's the thing that's so important. Just the ether of someone holding your book going, "Wow, Bob must have a clue." Bob: "I should listen to what he says this." Patrick: As crazy as that sounds, people think like that all the time. How powerful it is when you have the book and it's in your arsenal. You've got that mantle of authority that when you walk into a room, you're not having to prove that you're an authority. You are an authority. *******youtu.be/kTRCBF_L0OI
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Patrick: I really want to get into your story because when we've talked in the past, you have shown me that you could keep track of more pieces in the puzzle than most of us would ever want to try to keep track of and administrate those and bring those together. We jokingly call it a high driver on steroids turned loose on a company. But that has given you gifts and talents to be that breakthrough person, that person that brings the hammer to the glass ceiling above other leaders and helps them break through. What's your story? Odell: A little more than we have time here for today, but the high points are that 15 years ago I didn't do what I do now. Fifteen years ago I was following the usual climb the corporate ladder, "let's work on that" life, but the further along I went the less they made sense. A turning point came where I was like, "If I'm going to do what I was created to do, then some changes are going to have to be made." So I moved into making a decision about what my life was going to be and then made myself align all of my actions and all of my subsequent decisions and everything I did to be in alignment with that target. As you go, you apply those same principles onto any business in any industry, you make a decision, and you do it. You keep doing it until you have another decision that you've made and then you switch to that and you keep going, always looking with the end in mind. That's been the story of my life. It's always looking for what is the end and then let's back up to where we are and let's put everything in line to have that be in place. Just like in any part of any business, there's a system. There's a system to everything you do including how you breathe air. There's a system to your life. There's a system to your business. There's a system to multiplying your business. There's a system to multiplying how many businesses you can do and it's just a question of putting the right pieces in the right place so that you can scale everything to what you want it to be. The real secret is scalability. It's all through the foundational principles that you put in place and the decisions that you make in line with the belief that you have about where it is that you intend for this vehicle to go.
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Patrick: That sounds like a real gutsy move because normally a growth organization wants more sales. They're like, "Hotdog, we got money!" But you had to step in and make some real strategic, disciplined, and even probably painful Odell: Yeah. It's not easy. Patrick: Is that something that you help a lot of other businesses with? Is that what you're doing now? Odell: Yes. Whatever business you're in should be the business you're planning on being in the rest of your life. Meaning that you may have a number of vehicles that you employ, but your "why" should always be driving. Whatever car you're in, your "why" should be driving. Oftentimes when I come into businesses what I recognize is that they've created a vision for the company without any respect to vision for their lives. So they're off on this course and they're still completely unfulfilled, not enjoying what they're doing, things are problematic, and they're constantly having issues. Patrick: Is this the executive team or is this the whole team? Odell: Yes. Because what starts at the top flows down. Patrick: Right. I believe that management reproduces itself. Odell: Management reproduces itself. Management sets the tone for the environment. Management determines the attitude of the players. Management controls whether or not things are on track or askew. Management has all of that authority. Patrick: How do you get a bit on an executive when they're usually wild stallions anyway? Does that make sense? It sounds like that's what has to happen. You have to get them to get a grip on what's really going on in their business. Odell: That's the hardest thing of all because most business people, including myself, consider ourselves to be successful. Remaining teachable and coachable is not always an easy thing, especially when the dial spins around and the mirror is pointing at you. That's the hard thing because it's always easy to say, "I need a better system. I need a better piece of software. I need better marketing. I need a better team." But more often than not, that's not what needs to happen. What needs to happen is a change in here, between your ears. Once you get that clear, then everything else can be built on it and it will stay in alignment.
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The cute love story of Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawal starrer Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak has completed 25 years of its release on 23 April. At Lehren we revive some of the most precious, unseen and unknown captured moments during the shoot and the promotion of the movie. Revive the fond memories of QSQT in this video. For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: *******www.lehren*** Like our Updates: *******www.facebook****/LehrenEntertainment Follow our tweets: ********twitter****/lehrentv
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Behind Most Successful People, There Are Inspirational Stories Of Overcoming Hardships. Before gaining iconic status many Legends like Lata Mangeshkar, Amitabh Bachchan, Rekha & Shahrukh Khan had faced rejection but they never gave up. These are the examples that inspire thousands of aspiring actors who throng to Mumbai in pursuit of money and fame in Bollywood. For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: *******www.lehren*** Like our Updates: *******www.facebook****/LehrenEntertainment Follow our tweets: ********twitter****/lehrentv
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K12 Spotlight on Scott Snow - Scott Snow is a student in the Idaho Virtual Academy and an avid skier. This video highlights how K12 and IDVA allow Scott to achieve his athletic goals while excelling academically. K12 provides public charter school options, homeschooling curriculum, classroom solutions for elementary and high school students.
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K12 Spotlight on the Morris Family- What do you do with a child who is highly figted in math but behind grade level in reading and writing? Allow him to soar where he is gifted while engaging him effectively where he has deficits through the individualized approach K12 provides! K12 provides public charter school options, homeschooling curriculum, classroom solutions for elementary and high school students.
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