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We cover a different topic every week. From prospecting to product training, registering Customers vs. Consultants, and of course, the power of live stories... we'll do our best to continue covering it all. Contact: Vance 503-348-0749 or Denny 503-709-9696 or Char 503-819-1242


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Saturday, July 29, 2017

Exchanging time for money and Julie Clark on Saturday AM Live!


Click Here to Listen to Julie Clark, Vance and others share great ideas.

Look [below] at the nice email I just received from Dennis Williams!’ was the start of Julie Clark’s email. From there she bubbled over with excitement about sponsoring her third Direct this month and earning more chances to win $1000.

Julie is who I refer to as our Autoship Queen. She set a goal to develop 100 Autoship Customers to generate what she refers to as her travel money. While she’s working on achieving that goal she’s learned a few things as to how to attract, acquire, and maintain Customers.


Julie will share her story briefly and then we will open the lines for your questions as to how we can earn $500 per month from a healthy Customer base.

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Exchanging time for money
‘You need to be careful or we might have to cut your pay. Oh wait! You’re a volunteer like me and since we already don’t pay you, I guess we can’t do that.’

This was the humorous conversation between the director of the Portland Police Sunshine Division and the CPA. This organization collects donations which are distributed to those in need who meet a certain criteria. They also do a major Thanksgiving and Christmas giveaway which has impacted those in need for dozens of years.

My day yesterday started at 4:45 so I could enjoy some quiet moments before waking Addi at 5:30 in order to be at the Sunshine warehouse by 7:00. It was our turn to pick up any surplus items that they had too much of to be transported to our community food recovery organization called Helping Hands.

While I won’t bore you with the entire days events, not one thing I did from 4:45am till 10:30pm was an exchange of time for money. And at the same time I was able to invest in several people who’s lives were impacted and will bring a reward to our family in the future. Sometimes we don’t always see an immediate return on our time investment, but sowing seeds of kindness will always yield a nice return down the road. And as Dennis Williams taught me years ago, ‘If we could pay our bills on the nice feelings derived from helping people then wouldn’t that be neat?’

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Surgery and Home Remedies on Saturday AM Live!



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Click Here to Listen to some "Fun Home Remedies

All of us who have been in Nikken for any length of time have little secret ways to use these products in ways that may not be conventional, but it does the job. Like a pair of mStrides as a sleep aide to remedy a major hip issue. Or how about that same pair of insoles for hiccups? And one last insole solution... A broken button magnet from a pair of mSteps on a wound to eliminate scar tissue after surgery.


While I could share dozens off the top of my head, we wanna collect as many as we can in 30 minutes! Be ready to share yours and don’t worry about making a medical claim. Your story is your story and I’ll be sure to let everyone know that it’s just a coincidence that you used that particular product and got that particular result.

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"Non-evasive Surgery
 
The word ‘surgery’ is always a major derailment or distraction to how the body functions. Even though trained surgeons have perfected some amazing procedures on the human body, it’s still a shock to undergo any operation regardless of where it is on the body.


My wife, Stacey, underwent a procedure this week to remove and repair some female issues that have been impacting our lives for almost a decade. While we have used every Nikken product we could throw at the issue, most of the time with awesome results, the source of the problem was still too great to conquer. So in the end, it was removed.

While the exact details don’t need to be shared, most of us know someone or have experienced a surgery ourselves where we owe it to them and us to use products like Nikken’s to aid in the recovery process. We’re doing just that and the process has been right on track or maybe a little faster.

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The super cool part about this procedure prior, during, and afterwards is that we’ve been reminded that our bodies perform best when we enhance the environment around us. Sleep, Water, Air, and Nutrition produce the best (or worst) environment for our success. Once again, we can’t imagine NOT having these products! Surgery is still surgery, regardless of how evasive it is or isn’t. I feel compelled even more to let others know what we have.
Vance"

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Be Friendly First and Liz Coker (Business Boomer) on Saturday AM Live!


Click Here to Listen to Liz tell you how she keeps her fire lit! "Without a high school education or any formal training as a business owner, Liz Coker set a precedent when she started Minco Technologies decades ago. This company grew to produce millions of dollars in the electronics industry and was eventually sold after three decades of success. Needless to say, Liz wasn’t looking for a business opportunity when she discovered Nikken a few years ago.

Liz was part of the 91% who simply needed some physical relief from Nikken products and knew that drugs and surgery were not the answer. And yet once the ‘coincidence’ took place in her body, she knew that she had to share it with others. Among the top producers in North America, she will share some of the simple ways she’s been sharing Nikken with others.

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If you wanna have friends, be friendly first.

It’s a little different than the way the book of Proverbs states this fact and yet I’ve watched our youngest daughter master the art of this approach. She’s ALWAYS the one to take the first step and within seconds she’s made a friend.

Earlier this week we snuck away to the Oregon coast town of Seaside for some ‘beach time’. While Stacey and I sat in the sand reading, Addi wasted no time in finding a playmate to chase sea gulls, play chicken with the surf, and discover new treasures with each passing wave. These two seven years olds didn’t know that 55 degree water is supposed to be cold.

After about an hour of this, I finally decided to meet the parents and thank them for allowing Addi to play with their daughter and keep an eye on both of them. It wasn’t long before I knew all about this family from Seattle and I had created a curiosity in Nikken. I had left my phone on the blanket so I didn’t take the few seconds to grab it so I could get their information, so time will tell if these new friends will follow up in checking out our solutions. At least they have my contact information from my card.

Bottom line is this... When we decide to smile more often, be the first to greet people, and just simply be nice, we will increase our circle of friends. When this occurs, we will more than likely add Customers from which some will become Consultants and our business grows. It all starts with being friendly first. Maybe someday soon I’ll have Addi shoot a short YouTube video explaining how she does this.

Saturday, July 8, 2017

The Little Things and Mary Helen Dean on Saturday AM Live!



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Mary's passion:

"You are not here merely to make a living. You are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here to enrich the world, and you impoverish yourself if you forget the errand. Woodrow Wilson
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Vance Emailed

"Mary Helen Dean is a master at little things. Registered Nurse, Homemaker, Over-the-top Super Mom to some amazing kids are just a few of the titles that I have in my contact file for her. The journey of wellness that Mary has been on since discovering Nikken has been one that everyone can relate to. Her story is one that compells me to continue to share because so many of us need a radical repair in at least one of the 5 Pillars of Health."

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"The Little Things

Another 4th of July has come and gone with wonderful memories now etched in our minds. In a small town like Corbett, Oregon, there are traditions that make doing anything else seem completely out of the question. For us, it’s the annual parade filled with classic cars, fire engines, horses, floats, and just about anyone or anything that can make the 2.8 mile route up the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Highway.


We were able to take in the parade at the beginning of the route (more candy for the kids to catch) in front of our friends home, stay for several hours, and then join some other friends at their home for a dinner gathering. It was an all-day affair of food, fellowship, and fun. The one-on-one conversations or group settings constantly had me paying attention to what people were saying rather than thinking of what I would say next. Those little things of family, finances, and health are what grabbed my attention most.



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I found myself talking about hydration and Real Salt more than anything. On hot summer days, this seems to be a fitting topic. And Nikken is right on track with this weeks blog and the special 1 cent shipping for the Sports Bottle.

I’ve got lots of follow-up to do as a result and I am thrilled that Nikken makes it easier with a weekly special shared on the blog. Make sure you check this out every Tuesday to see the latest. Double PV may not mean anything to our Customers, but a little thing like 1 cent shipping makes any product very attractive. After all, Amazon Prime may offer free shipping, but it costs $100 annually to get that! With Nikken’s Customer program, the little thing of 1 cent shipping is included in the free membership."

Vance

Monday, July 3, 2017

Hero Generation and Elaine Connelly (RN) on Saturday AM Live!



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Click Here to Listen to Vance and Elaine.  Vance writes:

"Elaine Connelly (RN) has been a hero in my book for years. She credits Nikken with saving her life, not once, but twice! Having faced two big health hurdles, she’s learned how to utilize the Nikken products AND the 5 Pillars of Health concepts to impact others. And what’s super cool is that some of these lives impacted don’t even talk or walk uprightly. If you wanna hear some super cool pet stories, then tune in.

And PLEASE be ready to share any of your own or one that you’ve heard through the grapevine. Whether two or four legged, animals are a huge part of our lives and the Nikken products are continuing to improve their lives, sometimes even miraculously."

Read Vance's Tip of the Week,

"Hero Generation

Last summer she conquered the tallest mountain in Africa. This week she returned from ascending over 15,000 feet to one of the most popular tourist attractions in Peru. And while in route she carried almost an entire set of dishes on her back to be delivered to a family who has been rescuing young ladies out of the sex-trafficking industry. Why? Because she heard that they only had a few items to cook with. Even with some pretty extreme conditions due to food issues, fatigue, and even vomiting, she made the decision to forge ahead simply because it was the right thing to do.

Playing a piano comes easy to some and yet for this young lady it has been a labor of love. She discovered that chewing gum during the annual recital allows her to overcome extreme anxiety in front of an audience. Especially when she is the final act with one song almost seven minutes in length. Yesterday she got on a plane, by herself, to start the journey to Haiti. While not knowing much about this country, she knows it’s gonna be a struggle to not know exactly what’s happening next. What she does know is that she’s going to be helping young people who share the same beginning as she did... Living life in an orphanage.


Elaine Connelly with Ruth and Dennis Williams
What do these two girls have in common? Besides having the same last name, they’ve been exposed to the 5 Pillars of Health since their earliest memories. They’ve learned that they must first take care of themselves (Body & Mind) and yet through the process of helping others (Society) they’ll help themselves faster. The coolest part is that their family and finances experience a wonderful impact as well!

Mac Kenna & Emily Rogers are two people who are part of what some describe as the Hero Generation. A group of people between the ages of 15-25 (or thereabouts) who are seeing opportunities to serve and simply taking a step of faith to do something about it.

I truly believe that all of us, regardless of our age, can be part of this Hero Generation. We must first recognize which pillar in our own life needs the most work and then invite others to join us. By making the decision to help ourselves, we’ll impact the world, one life at a time.