Doctors

What Doctors Don’t Tell You (with Lynne McTaggart)

Lynne McTaggart, author of “What Doctors Don’t Tell You”, joins me in this video to discuss her alternative medicine magazine.

Chick here to watch this video.

The Book

This highly controversial and campaigning book, “What Doctors Don’t Tell You”, reveals the truth about modern medicine.  She discusses the pills and procedures your doctor prescribes and offers proven alternatives for diagnosing, preventing and treating many illnesses. For example, 1.17 million people are put in a hospital bed every year when a medical procedure has gone wrong. Furthermore, 80% of the treatments we take for granted have never been scientifically proven to work. Click to view her book at https://www.amazon.com/What-Doctors-Dont-Tell-You/dp/0007176279/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

The Magazine

In her online magazine, “What Doctors Don’t Tell You” reveals the real secrets of modern medicine. Lynne McTaggart gives you all the information you need to take your health into your own hands. She exposes the true dangers of conventional medicine. She offers up-to-the-minute, scientifically proven alternatives for diagnosing, preventing and treating many illnesses. Click to view her magazine at https://www.wddty.com/

 “Healing Begins in the Kitchen”

My book, “Healing Begins in the Kitchen” shares how I went into remission from cancer nine months after my diagnosis.

http://tinyurl.com/HealingBeginsInKitchen

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Beyond Mars Venus

Beyond Mars and Venus with Dr. John Gray

Two decades ago, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus revolutionized the way we thought about love and partnership. John Gray’s work has helped countless readers improve and even save their relationships. But as society evolves, relationships do, too. It’s time to move beyond Mars and Venus, toward a new relationship model for modern couples.

Today, men and women are no longer trapped by rigid societal roles. Now more than ever, we have the freedom to be our authentic selves. Women can access their masculine side, and men can embrace their feminine side. This new freedom is a good thing, but it also brings new challenges.

Men and women still need the right tools and skills to help build stronger relation- ships. While previous generations sought “role mate” relationships, based on the more rigid gender roles of the time, today’s couples need a new kind of relationship: a “soul mate” relationship. These more emotionally satisfying relationships require a deeper understanding of our partners’ individual needs. In Beyond Mars and Venus, Gray teaches you how to strengthen your bond and grow in love together, so you and your loved one can meet each other’s needs in the best way possible, bringing you lasting happiness and a fulfilling partnership.

Buy this book

Click here to order this book on Amazon

personal stress

Four Ways To Manage Personal Stress

It is good to have a plan to address your personal stress and then execute on that plan. Here are a few things that you might want to consider to tackle your personal stress.  It’s unlikely that every one of these suggestions will resonate with you – but try most of them on for size.  See how they help you and your particular life situation. If you’re feeling stressed out, look over this list and try some of these techniques. They’ll make a difference in your health.

 

  1. Meditate. This is a tried and true standard to manage your personal stress.  I’m not always great at doing “traditional” meditation regularly but I do practice it.  There are other ways to meditate.  I generally take 15-20 minutes every day in a steam shower.  I definitely use this time to meditate almost every day.

 

  1. Breathing. This obviously goes hand-in-hand with meditation.  However, it is also useful when you find yourself in a stressful situation.  When we are in a “fight or flight” scenario our brain goes into overdrive and we tend to do short, shallow breathing.  To deal with personal stress, we should take long, deep breaths.

 

  1. Exercise. Walking, running, weight lifting, Yoga, Cycling, martial arts – whatever you’ll do regularly is what you should be out there doing.  This is a big personal stress reliever for many people.  For me – not so much.  I do it for my health, not because it relieves stress. That said, it’s obviously good for various reasons.

 

  1. Mental Health Day. This one is my favorite personal stress management tool. It’s also something that I have done pretty consistently for many years.  One day a week, I try to take a “mental health day.”  That is, I fully and completely relax.  How I relax may be different than how you relax.  For me, it’s about staying home and doing what recharges my batteries.  It might be watching movies or shows on my DVR or hanging out in the pool.  But the bottom line is that I relax and I definitely do not leave the house.  It took a few years for my family to understand my need to do this one but, seeing how I was much nicer when I could get one of these each week – made it easier.

 Personal stress

My book, “Healing Begins in the Kitchen” shares the remarkable story of how I went into remission from cancer just nine months after my diagnosis.

http://tinyurl.com/HealingBeginsInKitchen

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Andy Lopata

The A-Z of Networking: J is for… (by Andy Lopata)

Another guest video by Andy Lopata about the A to Z’s of Networking.

This month, Andy shares his networking tips which begin with the letter “J”

  • Jargon
  • Jitters
  • Job Seeking
  • Join In
  • Joint Ventures
  • Joking
  • Jottings
  • Judgement
  • Justify
  • Just Do It

and more!

Click here to watch this video

Please click here to see Andy’s playlist of his networking tips from A to Z.

http://ivanmisner.com/category/a-to-zs-of-networking/

By knowing why you are networking and what you want to achieve, it is possible to plan accordingly and get great, measurable results. If you have any comments about Andy’s “J” list or any additional “J” words you will want to add to the list. please leave me a comment below.

Andy Lopata

As a business networking strategist, Andy Lopata works with companies on how to use networking tools to develop their businesses. Networking is not just about sales. Whether for lead generation, breaking down silos internally, recruitment and retention of top staff or developing future leaders, networks and collaboration have a key role to play. Andy works with clients to help recognize that role and put the strategy and skills in place to leverage it.

Jack Canfield

Jack Canfield’s New Online Program

Hands down, Jack Canfield is one of the best facilitators and trainers in the world today. I have never seen anyone as good as Jack in taking his material and molding it into the needs of the individual or organization. He is absolutely the best in his field.

BREAKTHROUGH TO SUCCESS ONLINE PROGRAM

Discover your full potential, dream bigger than you ever have before, and achieve your most important goals.

http://jackcanfield.com/success/breakthrough-to-success-online/sp/btso.html

Breakthrough to Success is the Most Comprehensive Personal Development Training Jack Canfield Offers… AND He Captured It All Live!

10 years. 5,000 graduates. Thousands of breakthroughs. Now online.

THE ULTIMATE MASTERCLASS FOR CREATING THE LIFE YOU WANT

Each year, hundreds of people fly in to join Jack Canfield for his life-changing 5-day Breakthrough to Success event. First, it’s a powerful, transformative experience that offers so much more than just a blueprint for becoming rich and successful. Furthermore, it’s great to have financial abundance, but success is more than money.

Success is about having peace of mind, doing what you love, making a difference and sharing your blessings with others. I want you to be challenging yourself and spend every day excited about what you’re doing – not sitting around living a meaningless life. Say “no” to a life without purpose… and let Jack help guide you toward the life you were meant to have!

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How to print my blogs in a “Print Friendly” format

Do you want to easily print my “Dr. Ivan Misner®” weekly blogs? These make great educational moments for your chapter.
Click on the green option icon   at the top of each blog and choose the “Print Friendly” option.

See the example below of how to choose the “Print Friendly” format.

 

Often users want to print articles they find interesting. By default, WordPress itself and most WordPress themes would print your page as it is, with all the graphics, colors, and text in sidebars. In this article, we will show you how to add a printer friendly option to your own WordPress Blog posts.

Click here to learn how to add a printer friendly option to your own WordPress Blog posts. 

Hurricane Harvey

BNI cares about our BNI members affected by Hurricane Harvey

As you know Hurricane Harvey has decimated a large part of southern and eastern Texas. What you may not know is the hurricane has dramatically impacted nearly 1,400 BNI members and their families. As a result, BNI® has launched a fundraising effort called “BNI Cares: About Texas”. Its sole purpose is to help BNI Members get back on their feet and back to business.

Join Beth and me in supporting BNI members in Texas impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Go here to support: gofundme.com/bni-cares-about-texas .

Hurricane Harvey has had a devastating impact on much of Southern Texas.

We are coordinating an immediate fundraising drive until Friday, September 15th to help BNI Members most affected by Hurricane Harvey to get back on their feet and back to business. If you would like to support BNI Members in Texas, please join us in [gofundme.com/bni-cares-about-texas] making a donation today. Times are especially tough right now for BNI Members in Southern Texas. The road to recovery will be long, but BNI will stand beside them at every step of the way.

 

John Gray

Healing Begins in the Kitchen with John Gray

John Gray

John Gray  (the author of Men are From Mars, Women are from Venus) shares an amazing personal endorsement of my latest book.

Don’t take the easy road of eating “junk food” while on the road. Our nutritional choices create our medical conditions. John was able to reverse the symptoms of early Parkensins disease by eating better. Be the captain of your ship and make the best nutritional choices.

John’s story is actually in this book.

Healing Begins in the Kitchen shares the remarkable story of how I went into remission from cancer just nine months after my diagnosis.

http://tinyurl.com/HealingBeginsInKitchen

We want more than simply readers. We want to inspire you to “Eat. Real. Food.” It can truly change your life.

We hope this book changes your life. It has changed ours, there is no doubt about that. Both of us sincerely hope that our experience with healing cancer naturally will have a powerful, positive impact. It’s this hope which compels us to share through this website and now in this book.
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Discover Your Verb

I am joined this week by Alex Mandossian for a grammar lesson and to discover your verb.

You can live your life three ways: as a Noun, an Adjective, or as a Verb!

Become a Verb! Find your verb at discoveryourverb.com

Verbs increase persuasion power and move people according to Alex.  The greatest thought leaders in history lived their lives as verbs.

For example, Alex said: “Rene Descartes is “Father of Western philosophy.” His verb was: THINK! (“Cogito ergo sum”) “I THINK, therefore I am!”

  • Einstein believed if you stop learning you start dying. His verb was: LEARN!  “I LEARN, therefore I am!”
  • Maria Montessori believed in teaching philosophy that bears her name today. Her verb was: TEACH!  I TEACH therefore I am.
  • Walt Disney believed in dreaming. His verb won him 22 Academy Awards!  “I DREAM, therefore I am!”

Alex said, “it’s a one-word language that moves people and causes permanent and positive change!”

Discover Your Verb

What is your verb?  Think BIG.  It’s the big movement that you make in your community and your world.  What is your verb and why?  Share it here.  I want to know.

Desperation

Desperation is Not Referable

When people demonstrate certain behaviors as part of their networking efforts, it’s a tell-tale sign of desperation. There are four types of behaviors that desperate networkers exhibit. Please check out these links below that describe each of these four types of behaviors that desperate networkers exhibit:

There are four types of behaviors that desperate networkers exhibit.

Click on these links to find out more about each:

Are You a Desperate Networker?

Remember these behaviors when you go to networking events and whatever you do – don’t demonstrate any of these behaviors yourself.  Remember that networking is more about farming than it is about hunting. Generally, these people are not actually trying to help you — they simply want to sell something to you. Granted, they may want to sell something to you because in their mind it’s only to “help you,” but it’s never really about you. It’s about what they want from you. Desperation seeps from their pores.

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Competition into collaboration

You can turn your competition into your best potential referral source. In this video, Tiffanie Kellog and Jason Avery share how he accomplished this in his construction business. There is plenty of business out there if you do it right.

About Tiffanie Kellog

For more information on Tiffanie Kellog, please visit her website at tiffaniekellog.com/

Tiffanie Kellog is a professional speaker and trainer with Asentiv, and is co-owner of a business with her husband.  Therefore, Tiffanie has helped entrepreneurs over the years make more money while saving time. Thus, they can have more fun. She is dedicated to helping others make more money in less time.

To contact Tiffanie, call her at 813-263-9690 or email at referrals@tiffaniekellog.com

New Best Friend

The New Best Friend

Desperation is not referable.

When people demonstrate certain behaviors as part of their networking efforts, it’s a tell-tale sign of desperation.  There are four types of behaviors that desperate networkers exhibit. “The New Best Friend” is the final of these four “desperate networker behaviors” that I shared during the past weeks.

The New Best Friend

Follow-up with the people you meet at a networking event is important.  But be a professional – not a stalker.  The New Best Friend is the over-eager seller who after you meet at a networking event – calls you, emails you, social media messages you, and tries to become your New Best Friend in the space of just a few days. Generally, they’re not actually trying to help you – they simply want to sell something to you.  Granted, they may want to sell something to you because in their mind – it’s only to “help you,” but it’s never really about you.  It’s about what they want from you.   Desperation seeps from their pores.  I’ve experienced this many times over my career.  The one that stands out the most in my mind happened a couple years ago.  I met a young man (late 20’s) at a networking event and he went right into “New Best Friend” mode – calling several times, emailing every day, messaging me on Facebook etc.  But when he wrote me and said that he thought of himself like my son (yes, seriously – he said that) and he needed my help in his business venture – I had to pull the plug.  I tried to pull it gently by talking about the importance of establishing credibility before pitching something and that the process of developing credibility takes time.  Curiously, my “new son” abandoned me.

Remember this behavior when you go to networking events, Whatever you do – don’t demonstrate “The New Best Friend” behavior yourself.  Furthermore, remember that networking is more about farming than it is about hunting. Please check out my blog posts during the past weeks as I described each of the four types of behaviors that desperate networkers exhibit.

What other kinds of desperate networker have you seen?

Check out these links to the other three types of “desperate networker behaviors” below:

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