Thursday, October 3, 2013

Our Top Ten Most Viewed Blog Posts for September

Our Top Ten Most Viewed Blog Posts for September, 2013

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Vitamins and Athletes -  The issue of the value of  vitamins and supplements for athletes can be confounding and confusing, to say the least. John Cuomo, Ph.D., the executive director of Research and Development at USANA Health Sciences addresses the most common questions on the subject.

Two Weeks’ Notice - “Hi, Pete. I just received notice from my boss that I’m going to be laid off in two weeks with no chance of being re-hired. I need to do my USANA business full time. What do I do?”

Why Should You Use Soy Protein? - USANA uses soy as a major source of protein in its bars and drink mixes. A variety of factors have gone into this decision. The most important involve the fact that soy protein is nutritionally complete and high quality, and soy consumption has been linked with several long-term health benefits. In addition, soy protein is ecologically friendly. Its production has a much lower environmental impact than does the production of most animal protein foods.

Twenty Questions (About Your USANA Business) - Do you like to play games? I’d like to tell you about a game that people used to play many, many years ago. It was long before personal computers, PlayStation, X-Box, flat screen TVs, Angry Birds, smart phones and texting. Even before Pac Man and Dungeons & Dragons. No batteries required. In fact you didn’t even need to move things around on a board like Parcheesi, Scrabble or Monopoly.

One Way To Free Up 15 Hours Per Month - A few months back, I was reading a really cool book called:  Mojo: How to Get It, How to Keep It, How to Get It Back if You Lose It by Marshall Goldsmith. The author references an interesting study conducted by DDI where they found that the average American spends 15 hours per month criticizing or complaining about their boss. – by Paul Castain

Using the USANA True Health Assessment to Build Your Business - The USANA Online True Health Assessment (THA) allows your prospects to enroll themselves online as a Preferred Customer or as an Associate with one or three Business Centers immediately after they complete the THA. While you can have your prospects complete the THA as part of your one-on-one presentation of USANA, another effective, and often more convenient, way to use the THA is to send a link to your prospects so they can easily complete the THA at their convenience.

The 80/20 Rule, And How It Applies to Your USANA Business - In 1906, Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto created a mathematical formula to describe the unequal distribution of wealth in his country, observing that twenty percent of the people owned eighty percent of the wealth. In the late 1940s, Dr. Joseph M. Juran inaccurately attributed the 80/20 Rule to Pareto, calling it Pareto's Principle. While it may be misnamed, Pareto's Principle or Pareto's Law as it is sometimes called, can be a very effective tool to help you build your USANA business effectively.

A Message to Garcia - Elbert Hubbard penned his classic essay, “A Message to Garcia" in one hour after a dinnertime discussion with his family. At dinner, Hubbard's son, Bert, claimed that the true hero of a particular Spanish- American war battle was Rowan -- a messenger who braved death by carrying a note behind the lines to Garcia, the leader of the insurgents.

Ten Ways To Be A Leader - Everyone tells us to be a leader, but they never tell us how. Dale Carnegie tells us exactly how:

Innocent Questions that Prompt Prospects to Make Decisions - Now! - I'm sitting across the prospects' kitchen table. They are afraid to make a decision. They're thinking: "We don't want to make a mistake." "What if we make the wrong decision?" "Let's think it over and delay any decision until we have to." "What if we fail?" "Maybe we should just take our time thinking about this." – by Tom “Big Al” Schreiter

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