E Commerce Economy – Plan B?

The Evolved Economy and Isagenix

This philosophy is what changed my lifestyle from – 60 hour commuting work weeks – reporting to people and making others tons of money and me a great living but no financial security and no down time.

My life has been transformed:

  • from purpose-less to purpose-filled – knowing my future was in my control
  • I am experiencing a new level of health and wellness from the inside out
  • to feeling 20 years younger
  • I have more sustained energy – I got rid of the highs and lows still being an energizer bunny!
  • Today I am always on high sustained energy withOUT dips or exhaustion

What if just one of these changes can happen for you? WHAT IF?

Message me if just a tinch of hope was felt in your body – THIS IS THE EVOLVED ECONOMY! MY PERSONAL GOAL IS TO EMPOWER WOMAN TO AN EXTRAORDINARY LIFE WITH HEALTH AND WEALTH!!!

You know they say there is nothing sexier than a woman with money . . . and American Express just released a survey that 500 Woman a day are started home based businesses. It is also a very well known fact that Woman create wealth and use it for very good causes . . .
And, a woman that is emotionally free, caring and giving to others whether it is her family or friends with no stress of financial monthly expenses but abundance and freedom to contribute – is who I am looking to co-create a business and a life with!!

Are you up to the challenge? Contact Me

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WHAT If?

You could Work From Home?

Design your hours, days weeks, and months?

Choose the people you work with?

Decide how much performance you are willing to give to get paid for it?

AND make residual income not active income?

The Evolved Economy does just that and you too can become an income earner.

Be Happy By Cultivating Great Relationships

Source: briantracy.com ~ Author: Brian Tracy

Be Happy By Cultivating Great RelationshipsMake an effort to be happy and cultivate great relationships all the days of your life. This is perhaps more important than anything else in life and I am going to tell you why living a good life, full of great relationships is more important than anything else.

85% of your happiness and joy in life will be associated with other people. This means that, of course, 85% of your frustrations and problems in life will be associated with other people as well. In order to be happy in life you must focus on building great relationships with others.

The Golden Rule

An important part of living a wonderful life is for you to remember that relationships are central to your health and happiness. Practice the Golden Rule in all of your relationships. Take a look at my previous blog “7 Secret Ingredients of a Happy Life” to learn more about living a good life and practicing the Golden Rule.

Make the important people in your life the most important parts of your world. Treat other people with courtesy, kindness, and consideration, exactly the way you would like to be treated by them. When you practice the Golden Rule, it will not only help you to be happy by being good to others, it will help others to be happy as well.

The Best Investment

The critical factor in every relationship is the variable of time. The more time you invest to be happy in a relationship, the more important that relationship becomes. Be sure to spend lots of time with the people who are the most important to you. The more time you spend with the people you care about, you will be happy, healthier and more fulfilled as a person.

In your relationships with other people, here is a special technique you can use. Especially when you feel impatient or angry for any reason, imagine that the other person only has a short time to live, and you are the only one who knows about it. What would you do differently?

Here is a great YouTube video about how I am able to keep a great relationship with my wife and we are both able to be happy. How can you apply these things to your life to cultivate great relationships?

Treat every person as though they were carrying a heavy load. Treat each person as though they have a lot of problems and difficulties. Be compassionate and friendly, even when you don’t feel like it.

Make Others Feel Important

Continually look for ways to make other people feel important. Look for ways to express appreciation and admiration. Look for ways to give them approval and praise. Look for ways to acknowledge the special qualities they have, and the efforts they are making. Go out of your way to bring a little sunshine into the life of another person you meet.

You are designed emotionally in a remarkable way. Whenever you do or say anything that makes another person feel better about himself or herself, you automatically feel better about yourself as well.

Each time you raise the self-esteem of another person, your own self-esteem goes up.  Whenever you make other people feel important, you feel more important as well. Take a minute to read one of my other blogs on building self-esteem, great relationships and living a good life.

How Will You Be Remembered?

When your life is done, no one will really care about anything that you accomplished, or any amount of money that you acquired. Their only concern will be the kind of person that you were, the way you treated them, and if you lived a good life as a good person. Remember, the first question anybody ever asks is, “Do you care about me?”

Six Months to Live?

Imagine that you only have six months left to live.

How would you spend your last six months on earth? Have you lived a good life up to this point? What would you want to do? Who would you want to see? Who would you want to spend your time with and what would you want to do during that time?

These are important questions to keep your relationships on the front burner of your life. Here is another short YouTube video about building relationships that I think you will enjoy.

Take Action

Live your life as if you only had 6 months to live. Be with the people you care about the most. Do the things that you really want to do. Always cultivate great relationships with the people you love. Practice the Golden Rule with everyone you come in contact with and most importantly, be happy and live a good life that people will remember you for.

 

8 Traits of Healthy Relationships

From the desk of Michele Foster – 

 8 Traits of Healthy Relationships

Let’s start with kindness. How kind should you be? As kind as you possibly can. Who should you be kind to? To everyone, you come in contact with. From taxi drivers to hotel clerks to servers, to store clerks, to people on the street, in your office and at home. Be kind to everyone.

A kind word goes a long way. Perhaps somebody is having a bad day and you don’t know it. He or she is really feeling down and you offer a kind word. Maybe it’s just a friendly, “Hello, how are you today?” Maybe it’s just taking a minute or two to listen to what somebody has to say. But your few moments of attention could turn somebody’s day around. You might make them feel more worthwhile and important.

Be generous with your kindness. It will go a long way. People will remember, whether you know them or not. If you’re in a crowded restaurant and you’re especially nice to the waiter, he’ll remember you next time you come in and give you even better service.

When you give kindness, it’s not gone. It’s invested. It will come back to you two, five, 10, 100 times. Kindness is important in every aspect of your life, especially in building good relationships with others.

The next relationship-building essential is sensitivity. Allow yourself to be touched by the experience of others. Understand the plight of others. Open up your heart, mind and attention to the needs of others. Whether they’re people you work with or people you live with, you need to put yourself in other people’s shoes. Try to find out, if you can, what’s going on in their hearts.

Related: How to Be More Empathetic in Conversations

If there’s a problem, you’ve got to be sensitive enough to ask some questions. One question might do it. Sometimes, however, you won’t even get through to the root of the problem until you’ve asked two or three questions.

People often won’t reveal the problem on the first question. You say, “How are you today? How are things?” He or she answers, “Well, everything’s OK.” You can tell by the way they say this that everything is not OK. Most of us don’t want to come right out and say what the real problem is, unless two criteria are met.

  1. We need to feel as though we’re talking to someone we can trust.
  2. We need to believe we’re talking to someone who really cares.

So it might just take a second, third or fourth question before the trust builds. Once the person finally understands that you do care, they’ll be willing to tell you what’s really going on. You’ll hear what’s really on their mind.

Asking questions up front can save so much time. Have you ever talked for an hour and then asked a question? You probably found out that you just wasted the previous hour. Learn to ask questions that will build the trust and communication between you and those you work with. Build trust and communication, and you’ll also build loyalty.

Related: 9 Traits of Trustworthy People

If you don’t know the other person very well, you will obviously need a longer questioning process. You need to take the time to find out what he’s all about. You must be sensitive to where he or she came from, what he or she has been through, and the tragedies in his or her life. If you really want to have an effect on people, start with where they are coming from. If they’re hurting, try to understand their pain. If somebody’s in trouble, you’ve got to start with the trouble.

Learn to express, not impress. If you want to touch somebody, express sincerity from the heart. When you try to impress, you build a gulf. By expressing, you build a bridge. People want to be able to relate their thoughts and philosophies and experiences to someone who will say, “Me, too. I know what you mean.” They don’t want your reaction to be, “So what?”

If you’re meeting someone for the first time, and you’re simply getting acquainted, here’s where you start: Find something you have in common. Find something you can both identify with.

When you’re talking with somebody who’s been stricken in the heart and you’ve had the same experience, you can talk about being stricken in the heart. Your words will mean something. They will have substance. They will have depth. If you start there, building the bridge with kindness and sensitivity, you have identification. You have the basis for a strong and fruitful relationship. And everyone will benefit.

Related: The 4 Building Blocks of Good Communication

Adapted from Leading an Inspired Life

This post originally appeared on SUCCESS.com.

To Your Health & Success.

Michele Foster
Health & Wellness Ambassador