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- Consistency. Not very glamorous, but it does work effectively.
- These gems came from business meeting Monday: We can have results or excuses, not both.
Three things to ask ourselves: 1) Am I slightly uncomfortable, stretching to develop new habits?
2) Am I consistently engaged in correct activities?
3) Am I consistently adhering to the same principles, course or form?
If you have a home business or even if you are trying to develop some new habits, try these things. They work!
SET A NEW PATTERN.
- My friends at The Garage Personal Training are having their one-year anniversary! Stop by and say hi, see demos, get motivated. I plan on stopping by and doing all of the above and I’m looking forward to seeing Darien Mathews and Anthony L Fisher!
- You are the master of your own ship.
- Tomorrow is today. Giddy-up.
There is a reason why I am “MrsProfQuack” on Twitter and elsewhere. Obviously, if I’m MrsProfQuack, then my husand is ProfQuack! Suffice it to say that in our younger married life, for various reasons, (including quacking) my husband became known to the little ones in our family as ProfQuack. It stuck. So, here we are!
Find me on @MrsProfQuack
This was posted on Mike Akins’ Facebook page, 2-3-16.
“Thank you Jamie for the important question about transfer factor and the Zika virus. I was asked this question by one of my distributors from India. Below you will find my response.
Yes I believe transfer factors will be very useful in helping the immune system destroy the virus quickly.
The Zika virus belongs to the Flaviviridae family and genus Flavivirus and is related to the dengue, yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis and West Nile viruses.
Snce the virus is spead by mosquitoes, the mosquitoes bite cows and chickens. The West Nile virus is very wide spread in the USA. This means there is a very good chance that some of our cows and chickens have transfer factors programmed to recognize a relative of the Zika virus. Since transfer factors do not have to have an exact match of the antigens of a virus (like antibodies do) then transfer factors have the potential to recognize any related virus to the West Nile virus.
Also the Zika virus has already mutated some according to a study by the group of scientist listed below and published in BioRxvi.
The key to the immune system response is recognition and how quick the response is. Transfer factors help the immune system skip the normal process of macrophages bumping into a foreign invader, consuming it and presenting it to another immune system cell type such as the CD4. Then the antigen is presented to B cells that manufacture antibodies that roam the body searching for a match and then attaching itself to the virus and signaling other ” immune cells such as Natural Killer cells to destroy the viruses.
Transfer factors skip this process and bump into a virus and directly alert other immune system cells to come to the kill as well as cause B cells to produce antibodies to join the fight.
There are no studies on transfer factors and the Zika virus. This is my personal theory.
Now keep in mind that transfer factors do not treat or cure the Zika infection but alerts the immune system to do its job. The FDA has not evaluated these statements and do not normally evaluate statements concerning nutritional products before they are made.
The faster the immune system recognizes a virus and kills the viruses the better. Thank you for the question. Be blessed. Mike
Freire, Caio Cesar de Melo; Iamarino, Atila; Neto, Daniel Ferreira de Lima; Sall, Amadou Alpha; Zanotto, Paolo Marinho de Andrade (25 November 2015). “Spread of the pandemic Zika virus lineage is associated with NS1 codon usage adaptation in humans” (PDF). BioRxiv: 032839. doi:10.1101/032839.”
As the research continues on the benefits Transfer Factor, we will continue to work to keep you updated. For more information on Transfer Factor, call me at 505-750-7847, email me at email@example.com or go to www.TransferFactorLady.com.
Had a great time yesterday talking to the students in the Young Entrepreneurs Academy, in conjunction with South Mountain Community College and the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce. We talked about E-commerce! They have wonderful ideas and plans in the works. So much to look forward to. Good job!
Some of the things we talked about were:
THE WEB AND MY BUSINESS.
If I did not have a web presence, no one would know about my website. RobardsHealthyLifestyles.com has gotten most of it’s exposure from social networking.
Having a company website has allowed people to see what I do and what I offer from many platforms, for instance, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google +.
Managing a website takes consistent work and effort. You have to keep it updated.
- Understand Your Customers.
Describe your customers’ needs and wishes. You must know what your customers are looking for. For instance, my customers are looking for health and wellness information and products.
What do Walmart shoppers want and need?
Food, clothes, auto supplies.
They can go the store to buy, but can also order online. They can get store hours and numbers online.
- Keep the Main Page Simple.
Keep the main page simple. Need the ‘Title’, an ‘About’ link, a ‘Contact’ link, and ‘Categories’. Use RHL and goop as examples.
Keep it clean. Simple is clean. Clean and non-cluttered helps the people who are looking at it find what they need. Also keep it free from bad language, illegal activities, and pornography. Don’t use copy-writed materials.
For more information, contact me at 505-750-7847, or marthapmintl@gmail. Martha
RHL had a great coffee tasting this past weekend with friends and family. Did you know that coffee: has naturally occurring antioxidants, makes you more alert and attentive, may improve energy levels, can help boost your body’s metabolic rate, contains essential micro-nutrients, can awaken your senses and lift your spirits and can boost physical performance.
QUOTES AND POSTS FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 23, 2015
“Put blinders on those things that conspire to hold you back, especially the ones in your own head.” — Meryl Streep
Be careful how you are talking to yourself because you are listening. — Lisa M. Hayes
“Most people don’t listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.” — Stephen R. Covey
Listen with both ears. Many people with be around work mates, team members, friends and family members in the next few weeks that they don’t see every day. Listen with both ears. mlr
“Albert grunted. “Do you know what happens to lads who ask too many questions?”
Mort thought for a moment.
“No,” he said eventually, “what?”
There was silence.
Then Albert straightened up and said, “Damned if I know. Probably they get answers, and serve ‘em right.”
― Terry Pratchett, Mort
What you allow is what will continue.
Everything moves at the speed of trust. — Stephen Covey
Be informed consumers so you can trust what you are putting on, in and around your bodies, families and homes. Take the time to learn about what you are purchasing.
It is so important to allow ourselves to be educated, mentored, taught, coached — whatever you want to call it — regarding the supplements we are putting in our bodies. Check the labels, check the company.
My Grandson, Gabriel, posted this on his FB page, and I really liked what it had to say, so I am sharing it. Sometimes somebody we care about just needs a little support. No matter what’s going, giving a little of the right kind of support can make all the difference in the world. Sometimes we have to ask for support. Sometimes we don’t, like in this post. Sometimes a little support just means being nice, not saying mean and hurtful things. Look for the ways we can support each other. We all need to feel loved. That was a small gesture, but was hugely significant. It provided emotional support as well as the good stuff on the chip. mlr
Our kitty cat, Honeybear, is very, very old and does not clean himself anymore like he used to. So, I am trying to help him by giving him a ‘sponge’ bath with a really good pet shampoo I have that contains jojoba and tea tree oil. Then I brushed him out . I hope this helps. I thought I would do this once a week at first and see if that’s enough. So glad I work from home! Otherwise this would be very hard to do. Does anyone have any other ideas?