Best Career Decision I Ever Made

When I made my decision to leave Corporate America I knew I had to find a Financial Model that could meet my goals. I also knew that I could only sell a product that I believed in and had the highest level of Integrity ( have you seen my background) I am so proud to work as a distributor of quality products and take them every day ( 12 years now) As I grow I am challenging myself to leave my comfortable financial blueprint with this compensation plan (because it allows a no ceiling for income) I am learning to have audacious financial freedom.

Paul Zane Pilzer on the Power of Network Marketing

paul zane pilzerPaul Zane Pilzer (born January 17, 1954) is an American economist, New York Times best-selling author, and social entrepreneur. He has written 11 books, is the founder of six companies, and has been profiled in more than 100 publications including on the front page of The Wall Street Journal.

Traditional economic theories are based on scarcity: that the earth contains a fixed, limited supply of resources and the function of economics (i.e. capitalism, socialism, communism) is to best divide them up. “No wonder,” says Pilzer, “they call economics the ‘Dismal Science.”

In contrast, Pilzer’s theory of Economic Alchemy is based on abundance: that the earth contains unlimited resources because of human ingenuity—we are continually defining new resources and/or learning how to better obtain and use our existing resources. According to Pilzer, there is no limit to wealth for an individual, or for a society, once they understand the Six Laws of Economic Alchemy based on abundance.

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The 7-Minute Workout That Science Says Actually Works

By now you’ve probably heard about the Scientific 7-Minute Workout that blew up a few years ago. If not, allow us to fill you in.

A recent study laid out exactly how to work out to get the maximum results in the minimum amount of time with just your body weight, a chair, and a wall. The trick is to strategically order the exercises so you’re working different major muscle groups (upper body, lower body, core) each time. This allows for one major muscle group to rest while you work for the next muscle group, resulting in a super-efficient, super-effective routine. The workout takes just seven minutes, can be done in the comfort of your own home, and can improve your health and decrease body fat—according to science.

 

Although this is a great way to work out fast, the routine isn’t a miracle worker. High-intensity interval training is not designed to be done every day, so be sure to allow for at least one rest day between workouts. Exercising for seven minutes a few times a week is not going to totally transform your body, but when done correctly, it’s better than zero minutes (duh!), and you’ll likely see some health benefits—for example, being able to run up the stairs without getting winded. As always, check with your doctor before beginning any high-intensity exercise routine.

How to use this list: Perform each exercise below at a high-intensity effort for 30 seconds. For static exercises such as Wall Sit and Plank, hold the position for 30 seconds. For exercises that target two sides (such as your legs), alternate each side for 30 seconds. Rest for 10 seconds between each exercise. This circuit can be repeated 2-3 times if desired.

1. Jumping Jack

It’s a gym classic—but you’ve gotta move fast! Stand with feet hip-width apart. Jump feet open as you raise arms up to form an X. Jump feet back together as you lower arms to sides.

2. Wall Sit

Stand with back to the wall. Walk feet away from the wall as you slide back down the wall, lowering the body until hips, knees, and ankles are at 90-degree angles. Engage core to keep low back pressed against the wall.
Start in high plank, wrists under shoulders, core engaged. Lower chest to floor, keeping legs, hips, and back in a straight line. Press into palms to lift back up. For more details on how to do a push-up, click here.

4. Crunch

Lie faceup on the floor with knees bent and arms reaching straight out. Press low back into the floor and engage the core to lift shoulder blades up off the floor and slightly forward.

5. Step-Up

Stand facing chair (or stool) and lift right foot onto the seat. Press into the heel of right foot to lift your body weight onto the chair, balancing on right leg. Slowly lower back down to the floor. Switch legs and repeat. Continue to alternate.
Stand with feet just wider than hip-width, hips stacked over knees, knees over ankles. Hinge at hips then send hips back and bend knees to lower body. Keep chest lifted and lower to at least 90 degrees. Rise and repeat. For more details on how to squat, click here.

7. Triceps Dip

Sit on edge of the chair and place hands on edge just outside of hips. Walk feet out a few steps, slide butt off chair, and straighten arms. Bend elbows and lower body until arms are bent at about 90 degrees. Press down into the chair to return to the starting position.

Place hands directly under shoulders. Engage core and squeeze glutes to stabilize the body. Keep neck and spine neutral. The Head should be in line with the back. Hold position. For more details on how to plank like a pro, click here.

9. High Knees

Stand tall with feet hip-width. Engage core and use lower abs to lift and lower one knee at a time as if running in place. Bring
knees to the same height as hips, thighs parallel to the floor, and try not to lean back. Stay on balls of feet and alternate legs as fast as possible.

Stand tall. Take a big step forward with the right leg and lower body until right thigh is parallel to the floor and right shin is vertical (don’t let knee go past right toe). Press into right heel to drive back up to starting position. Repeat on other side. Continue to alternate legs. For more details, click here.

11. Push-Up With Rotation

Start in high plank and lower body then press back up to perform a push-up. From high plank, shift weight to left arm and rotate the body to the left side. Hold side plank for one count keeping hips high. Return to starting position, perform a push-up, and repeat on the right side. Continue to alternate.

12. Side Plank

Lie on one side with legs and feet stacked on top of one another. Lift hips to prop the body up on an elbow, keeping feet stacked. Press forearm into the ground to keep torso and hips in a straight line. Hold.
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