Tune In: The Dr. Oz Show Oct. 17
Greetings from somewhere in the Atlantic. This week, members of the management team and I are celebrating USANA’s Growth 25 on a cruise to Bermuda. We’re having a lot of fun, but we’re also getting some work done. It’s important to set goals, and working to become part of the Growth 25 is definitely a worthwhile goal.
While I have a moment, I wanted to share some additional news. This Wednesday — October 17 — I’ll be on The Dr. Oz Show (check local listings for time and channel) talking about my new book All the Right Reasons and how to live a life in harmony.
I hope you’ve picked up a copy. If you have, I’d love to hear what you think. You can leave a comment right on Amazon (and that helps others learn more about the book). As a reminder, proceeds from All the Right Reasons benefit the USANA True Health Foundation.
Living a Life in Harmony
If the book’s still on your to-read list, you might be wondering what living a life in harmony means.
For me, a life in harmony is having the courage to stay true to the principles that are at the foundation of who you are, despite the circumstances. For me, that is to make a positive difference in the lives of other people, whether that be my family, my fellow USANA Associates, friends, or strangers.
What does living a life in harmony look like for you?
I always enjoy sitting down to talk with Dr. Oz. We had a great conversation at the 2018 USANA International Convention, and now it’s such an honor to be on his television show.
It would mean the world if you tuned in to The Dr. Oz Show on Wednesday. I’ll touch on several of the 12 timeless principles discussed in All the Right Reasons.
If that’s not enough, you can watch as we break out our guitars on stage. I had a chance to jam with Dr. Oz!
Thank you, as always, for your support and kindness.
Tune In to The Dr. Oz Show
- DATE: Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018
- TIME/CHANNEL: Check your local listings
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