It is important that we start acknowledging each other as a human, not as some stupid tribal bullshit
Patience, plan, prepare, purpose
Impatient has always left me in a bad place. And then to process that now it’s a hundred percent step away. Get out of the micro for a minute, look at the macro. Is that the only problem is that a descendant of a problem it’s a systemic problem. The CFO started my dad when he was 23. , most of the senior management started on the floor. They moved up in the business. So you don’t see that in a lot of companies now. So when I, so we go to the patience thing, that’s my first category of patience. Is I’m going to look at the global of this, the macro, these guys that started with my dad, didn’t jump at every opportunity. Didn’t go to every other company, every other I’ll give you five grand more a year to come work here. They were patience because they had value in what they were doing and who they were working for. And we don’t see that a lot in our industry today. People jump for nonsense. People don’t stick it out. They don’t work through the rough times, which means they lose the ability to learn how to solve problems and manage crisis. And that’s a big factor.
Invest in people, loved people. Learned the value of like hard work and principles and people and staying long time. Leveraged relationships and absolutely everything
Always believed, manifest my own destiny. I can create my own luck and I create my own bad luck too. This holistic pathway that they taught me was about self-acknowledgement and self-worth, and it was about self-esteem and self-management. And creating positive habits in your life and creating purpose in your life, creating passion in your life. You can’t lose trust. That’s the big thing too. So truth and trust are extremely important. You got to live in your own truth, but you can’t be void of trust.
One fixed goal in life. I want to help people. Now you can’t, I’m not wealthy enough to be in eliminate utopia where I can just give away everything and just go help people. I also am a capitalist and I also want to have a nice life myself.
So I have to build something. I have to build something that has enough value that allows me to do what I want to do in the long run. My goal was always to build the company to a certain size that I would be able to step away as the leadership still be involved in the face and very active. And run vitamin patch charity, which should be a foundation that would hand out basically a million dollars a month. That’s my first goal that I have when I started building the company, stepping back before that I learned I’m good at this. I learned whenever I started my life coaching. I’ve never charged a single person for life, coaching, celebrities, or homeless veterans or women’s shelters. I do not charge, I won’t charge. I don’t need to charge. I have the abilities to make other income. I think that it’s an absolute gift. It’s an absolute responsibility that we decide to actually give a shit about other human beings. We need to start caring about each other. You have blood coursing through your veins. You have aggression, you have sadness, you have sympathy, you have empathy, you have hurt, you have trauma, you have guilt and you have shame the same as fucking me
You have blood coursing through your veins. You have aggression, you have sadness, you have sympathy, you have empathy, you have hurt, you have trauma, you have guilt and you have shame the same as fucking me. What do we really want to do? Yeah, we want to exist. We want to feel good and we want to not be in harm’s way and that’s not that complicated.
I believe a hundred percent authentic truth be who you are and be proud of who you are, even in the shining moments that suck. We’re all. Fuck ups, trying to figure it out. Not one of us has a clue what’s going to happen next. And quite frankly, not all of us have learned enough from our past. So give your assurance and allowance for yourself to make mistakes it’s going to happen. But you need to really, when I say truth, it’s such a simple thing in a complex thing. If you look in the mirror and you wonder why something didn’t work, it didn’t go your way. You fucking know why now it might be this shit over here that you have no control over. But what are you doing today in your life to better yourself? And each one of us knows where we fall short.
This thing like with, with athletes and whatnot, I give 110%, you can’t give 110, you can give a hundred is a full circle. So let’s stop this nonsense. And most of us don’t have the capacity to even give a hundred. So what is your number that you need to hit? Because a hundred is assuming you’re perfect and perfection, my friend doesn’t exist now. So maybe you hit 99.9, but if you’re trying to get ahead in business entrepreneurs. And you know that the email campaign you could have spent more, in your body right now, you didn’t spend all the time you needed to on this one thing, you fucking know the answer. And it’s a matter of getting really honest with yourself and looking in the mirror and saying, okay, this is my range then. And it doesn’t mean you’re a shit piece. It doesn’t mean you’re no good. It means that you have the capacity to put out 68% of Epic shit. So how are you going to fill up that other 32? Yup. How are you going to find that at 32 now you’re going to find good people? You’re going to find, apps systems.
Very common term in the medical pharmaceutical vision is bioavailability. And what that means is what part of the medicinal or active ingredient actually gets to the desired destination or its intended place. When we take nutrients and supplements, the intention is not to get them in our stomach or our digestive tract or small intestine, our portal vein, or our liver, our desired place. The end place is our tissue, muscles, organs, brain bones, teeth, ocular into the systems that make us work and they travel through our bloodstream.
So when I learned bioavailability of supplements was maximum 20. Which was the products I was getting that you do not have actual, you might George knowing you, but most people don’t have access to cause you can’t buy them. You have to have nutritional practitioner’s license or you buy the other ones at the store. Even the best of the best with the really good labelling that they’ve sunk. Hundreds of millions of dollars in marketing is going to be 10%. So I looked at it fiscally because I’m an entrepreneur and I was like, that’s a terrible investment. I’m giving you a hundred percent of my, if I went to a steakhouse and I spent a hundred dollars a steak and you brought me 10% of the steak, I would break the waiter’s net.
Bioavailability is 10 to 20%. I looked at it purely as a funding thing. I’m like, this is ridiculous. How could I get somebody to get a hundred percent of what they need? That’s how I originally looked at it and I was struggling with, for a while. I was thinking about dropping our vitamin drips, just doing shots, booster shots. I was thinking of all the, in the box stuff, the tools that I had at my office, I’m like, maybe if I can get a bigger wholesale deal with the supplements, I can sell them cheaper and they can take twice as much, but you can overload them. And I learned about toxic load taking too much of one supplement.
Can create an imbalance in your digestive tract and skill curve, screw up your bacteria levels, and screw up your pyloric sphincter, which is your gasket that opens up from your stomach into your small intestines. There’s a construct of your Sophocles sphincter because you’re taking too much.
It can cause acid reflux, heart problems, or stomach problems, all kinds of shit. And I’m like, okay, I can’t overdose them then. So I can’t give them, which is by the way, what pharmaceuticals company do or it’s something like a company, they give you 300% knowing that you’re only going to get 10%. So you end up with 30%. But I got digress on them. So I was just frustrated. And, you know what, I’ll be a hundred percent honest, the audience are going to talk to about authenticity.
There’s no artificial fillers or binders in there, which is a huge thing that, companies use between coloring agents, binders, coagulants, obviously fillers, a ton of other single nutrients you, someone comes to use. We don’t need any of that because ours is held in adhesion. The adhesion is above 700 Dalton, which is the measured weight. That is called the 700 Dalton rule, which is what allows our skin to enter. I think less than 700 Dalton will absorb through your skin provided it’s protected. It’s secured. It’s not wipe able. So there is some truth to lotions and creams being able to be absorbed through the screen.
Some of the ingredients in them, usually the bad ones. They do absorb, but most of us put on a lotion within 10 minutes, we’ve wiped their move. They have to stay molecules, have to stay fairly, still to absorb. Got it. So that’s when the backing layer. So it’s not like a spray. That’s why I don’t have a spray. Imagine I need to spray your arm and you get it because you wipe off. That’s also the reason vitamin D takes a little bit of time. Whenever you have a molecular license through the sun, vitamin D is particles. When it lands on your skin, it has to metabolize through the skin. It takes up to six hours. it takes up to three to five hours on the average person to actually absorb through your skin That’s not going to get wiped for sweaty or cream. Your lotion. I love it. This just absorbs at a rate of 90, 90 to 96%, depending on different scientific studies. And it’s, time-released no active, no fillers. Non-GMO all organic.
What I learned when I got out of rehab, I want to help people. And this was a way to help people. And I’m going to be, again, blatantly honest with your team. This isn’t going to change your fucking life. Vitamin patch club is nearly a ladder. It’s one rung in a ladder. It’s a cognitive wheel. We’re getting kicked and punched every freaking minute. I can look down and say you did something good. Yeah, no, it’s good. It’s good. Good motivate you to do more good right out of Hedrick. Keep better on the workout a little bit. I’m going to walk better. I’m gonna think better. I’m going to release better. I’m gonna be honest, more. I’m gonna treat people a little more dignity. All of these things mattered and I believe 100% in my body. My dream is to actually be able to help people, and everywhere, all walks of life, all over the world. And if I can do that and still afford to live, if that was a job, just to help people. So I figured let’s get a company. Let’s get something that helps people let’s bring value to them
The biggest mistake. I saw people come in and they have the wrong information. They have no understanding of what good food groups are. They don’t know what their body needs. They don’t know how active they have to be. And somewhere we’re supposed to be teaching people how to be better human beings.