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Saturday, August 20, 2016

During this Summer of Sizzle Al and Sandra are on Fire!

Listen Closely. Do you feel they are having FUN?
Click Here to Listen to Al and Sandra Thornton. Vance shared in his email this week:  

During this Summer of Sizzle (we are approaching triple digits as I type this), there are a few individuals who have been heating things up. The Customer program has been a focal point of Al and Sandra Thornton's since they started as they're not afraid to talk to anyone in any place. 'As we learned from our mentor Dave Stoltzfus, the experience is better than the education. We strive to give people an experience with our products and the education will follow.'

They've got some fantastic stories to share that I'm convinced will help us get out there and expand our business.

Vance's Tip of the Week:

"August 19th, 2016

Citius, Altius, Fortius

 While most of us don't speak Latin, these three words have been inspiring individuals and teams for more than a hundred years from around the globe. The Olympic motto was suggested in 1894 and yet not officially introduced until 1924. It took 30 years for these words to become part of the Olympic spirit that continues to drive athletes to give everything to be on that podium wearing a gold medal.

Faster, Higher, Stronger

If you've watched any of the Olympics, you've seen that these people are pushing themselves to their limits. Swimmers like Michael Phelps can barely climb out of the pool after a race. Sprinters are seen diving across the finish line just to shave a a fraction of a second from their time without even a care how they'll end up on the track. It's obvious that this international community is giving their all to be the absolute best and set new records as they do it.

I've been extremely convicted as I view the Olympics. Not to start an exercise program or get in better shape (although this would be really good), but to give more of myself to whatever it is I'm involved with at the time. I know I can become a better person and therefore make a bigger impact on the world around me.

We may not ever strive to be an Olympian, but I truly believe we can live our lives faster, higher and stronger. After all, we're living in the best wellness home available so we might as well put these amazing solutions to the test, physically, mentally, and financially."


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