Get Social Media Secrets with Mitch Meyerson

Social Media SuperstarsCover Are you stumped as to how to make the best of social media?

Fret no more. Author and super marketer Mitch Meyerson has put together an amazing new book, Success Secrets Of The Social Media Marketing Superstars, which features tips and tactics from 20-plus social media marketers social media campaigns on how to cut through the clutter, reach out to millions and grow your business.

This book is a must-have for anyone of any profession.

You will get valuable information to help you if you’re an entrepreneur, a health counselor, a life coach, an author, a sugar addict, an employee or an overworked housewife.

In addition to buying this Success Secrets Of The Social Media Marketing Superstars, I invite you to listen to today’s Gab with the Gurus Radio Show, when Mitch shared some ideas with you on how to create an online marketing campaign and .

In Success Secrets Of The Social Media Marketing Superstars, you’ll learn about some of the biggest mistakes that people make with social media and then you’ll discover how to fix them.

In this book, in addition to Mitch, who offers six key principles to master online marketing; you’ll also hear from the following experts:

Mitch Meyerson Mitch is the author of nine books, including Mastering Online Marketing, Guerrilla Marketing On The Internet, Six Keys To Creating The Life You Desire and World Class Speaking. He had been a featured expert on Oprah and has trained and certified over 300 coaches in his acclaimed Guerrilla Marketing Coach Certification Program. He is also a keynote speaker and accomplished musician.

Learn about this new book at  ==>> http://www.SocialMediaMarketingSuperstars.com <<==

Now listen to today’s Gab with the Gurus Radio Show.

For the last few minutes of this Gab with the Gurus Radio Show, nationally recognized publicity expert, marketer and bestselling author Arielle Ford will talk about the 21st Century Book Marketing conference in San Diego on Sept. 25 and 26.

This fabulous event — which I attended last year and highly recommend — will give you the latest information about how to successfully launch your book in the 21st century.

At the 21st Century Book Marketing event, you’ll hear from top publishers, publicists, marketers, social media experts and authors, who will share their secrets and the latest information.

For those of you who seek love, Arielle, author of The Soulmate Secret, will also share what is the first step to take to find your soulmate.

Listen now to this fabulous radio show.


Support my Team in Training Bike Ride for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society: 100 Miles (Gulp!)

Home_img_li_group Would you please donate to encourage my bold biking goal?

You see, I am raising funds for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
(LLS) as a participant in their Team In Training program.

My goal is ambitious: Go 100 miles (or at least 60) on my bike in the Seagull Century Race
on Oct. 9 in Maryland.

The way it works is this: I train with the the  Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's respected Team in Training program, and then you encourage me by making a contribution to this worthwhile organization.

Tnt_pin I'm excited that I found a way to do one of my favorite things — biking — and to do good at the same time by raising money for an important cause.

Please use this link to donate online quickly and securely. You'll receive a confirmation of your donation by email, and I will be notified as soon as you make your donation. Of course, I'll keep you up to date on my efforts, too.

Each donation — which you can make here (http://pages.teamintraining.org/nyc/seagull10/cbennetbqu
— helps accelerate finding a cure for leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. More than 823,000 Americans are battling these blood cancers. I hope that my participation in Team In Training will help bring them hope and support.

On behalf of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, thank you very much for your support. I greatly appreciate your generosity.

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P.S. I'd be grateful if you could forward this blog post this email to as many people as you can to encourage them to donate as well.

P.P.S. Would you be kind enough to visit my fundraising page now and donate to this worthwhile cause? All your contributions go straight to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Anyone who contributes will be invited to a special teleseminar with health experts. More details later.

Please make your contribution now.

Sugar Sugar Time (And I Don’t Mean Sweets!)

The_Archie_Show Thanks to talented journalist Dana Kennedy — creator of the clever blog,  A Year Without Candy — for reminding me of the fun pop song, Sugar, Sugar by the Archies.

This song makes me smile. I can't begin to remember how many times radio hosts have played this song before they interviewed me about my book Sugar Shock!

Please enjoy this. And of course, I'm not posting this to make you think about sweets (as in the sugary kind) but to think about having (non-sugary) sweetness in your life — something I invite you to find, get and create.

Dana 52 And, readers, please join me in congratulating Dana for making it 90 days without candies, cookies, etc. Way to go, Dana!

See my interview with Dana here, in which she articulately shared why she's choosing to go A Year Without Candy. 

Would you like to join her? Can you go A Year Without Candy or another unhealthy substance or activity?

10 Tips to Break Free of Your Sugar Addiction with Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum: Free Teleseminar on April 14

Connie4 headshot Sugar addicts, you CAN learn to stay goodbye to your extra pounds, brain fog and late-afternoon crashes. 

On Wed., April 14 at 7 pm EST (4 pm PST), join another top sugar expert and me, when we will help you squash your sugar habit for good in a free  teleseminar/webinar, which you can attend either live or listen to later, at  your convenience.

Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, author of the exciting new book, Beat Sugar Addiction Now!, and Yours Truly (Connie Bennett), author of the bestselling book Sugar Shock!, will tell you “10 Ways Sugar Traps You & 10 Ways to Break Free of Your Sugar Addition.”

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By the way, both Dr. Teitelbaum and I understand your plight, because both of us have had our horrible experiences with sugar addiction.

(Incidentally, this month marks 12 years off sugar for me — I quit sugar nearly 12 years ago, April 15, 1998.)

In our complimentary teleseminar/webinar on April 14, Dr. Teitelbaum – one of the country’s leading integrative physicians – and Yours Truly (a life coach, health coach and “Sugar Liberator") – will tell you:

  • Which one activity  should get more attention because it’s a miraculous way to reduce sugar cravings.
  • Why you get overcome by this “Feed Me Now or I’ll Kill You” feeling and how to end it for good.
  • Which one “natural sweetener” should NEVER be in your tea or cupboard, because is the worst  sugar available and can make you fat, moody and tired.
  • If you’re an “Energy Loan Shark,” who needs constant refills of coffee, energy drinks or soda – and how to how to put an end to that dangerous behavior.
  • How to quit feeling deprived every time you start to quit sugar. 
  • How to conquer crazy cravings around your time of month or time of life (for women) and how to defeat testosterone deficiency so you don’t crave carbs (for men).
  • Which one word in the English language is best to avoid when you kick or reduce your sugar consumption.
  • Which substance caused by candies, cakes and cookies could be causing your chronic nasal congestion, sinusitis, spastic colon or irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Which two types of foods can help wipe out sugar cravings. 
  • How you need to welcome your past “failures” to kick or reduce and respect and bless your sugar addiction to Break Free of Your Sugar Addiction.  

Remember, if you can’t attend the teleseminar/webinar live on Wed., April 14 at 7 pm EST, you can listen to an audio download for 4 days afterwards.

Sugar addicts: We look forward to having you attend our free teleseminar/webinar, “10 Ways Sugar Traps You & 10 Ways to Break Free of Your Sugar Addiction" with Dr. Teitelbaum and me on Wed., April 14 at 7 pm EST (4 pm PST). Or listen later, at your convenience.

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Confessions of Sugar Addicts: Share Your Success Stories from Sadness to Sweetness

Freedom Calling former sugar addicts: Have you kicked sugar and refined carbs? And did cutting out sweets or cutting back on them give you more energy, easy weight loss, a happier disposition, better relationships and other amazing benefits? If your sugar addiction is a thing of the past — or is under control — we want to hear from you!

Share your Sugar-Free Success story with me so I can share it on this Sugar Shock Blog and other places. Please help me to encourage, educate and inspire other people.

Wondering what a Sugar-Free Success Story sounds like? Read motivational Kick-Sugar Success Stories shared previously on the Sugar Shock Blog.

To be featured as a Kick-Sugar Success Story on this Sugar Shock Blog and on other places, you should have either cut out or heavily cut back on your sugar and quickie-carb consumption for at least 3 months and achieved wonderful results. By sharing your story, you agree that I can publish all or parts of it on my Sugar Shock Blog, any other websites or in an upcoming book or books. You agree that I can use your name and photo and that I will edit your story for accuracy and readability. You agree that you are contributing this piece to help others and that you are sharing it without compensation. (Sorry!) To tell your sour-to-sweet story and to be considered for inclusion in this column, just write to me with answers to the following questions. Please also send photos — preferably before-and-after photos.

  • Your Name (full or first name only), City, State & Country (or just list state, if you like) & Age (if you choose):
  • Your Previous Weight & Height & Your Present Height:
  • Favorite Hobbies & Activities Now:
  • When did you kick sugar? Have you quit other foods, too? If so, what?
  • What are the biggest BENEFITS you've received from kicking sugar?
  • What was your rock-bottom moment before you decided you needed to change your diet?
  • Just how bad were you feeling? What ailments did you have? Please be specific.
  • Please describe any pivotal moments. For example, you could share
    something that happened in your doctor's office, how you behaved
    towards a loved one (like I confessed in Chapter 1 of my book SUGAR SHOCK!), or what embarrassing event made you decide that it was high time to tackle your sugar habit, etc.
  • What made you finally decide to eliminate sugar and refined carbs to help with your health issues?
  • Describe the day that you finally decided it was time to break free! 
  • What were the very first 3 things that you did to prepare yourself to quit sweets?
  • DS (During Your Sugar Days), what did you used to eat?
  • Tell us how bad you felt. What was your lowest point? What was it like?
  • What do you think most people don't know about processed carbs that they need to know?
  • How did you first learn about the dangers of sugars and refined carbs?
  • Did you find a doctor or other health professional (acupuncturist,
    nutritionist, etc.), who understood all about how eating sugar triggers
    drastic blood sugar swings, etc. Tell us about him or her.
  • What were your biggest challenges when kicking sugar and refined carbs?
    Please help prepare others for any potential pitfalls ahead.
  • Do you have any favorite websites, blogs, books, organizations or support groups that have helped you to lick your habit?
  • What are your best 3 tips and tactics to help other people kick sweets and quickie carbs?
  • Please share some final words of wisdom, inspiration, encouragement or
    motivation to others who are thinking of cutting out sugar and simple
    carbs.
  • Add your own question and response, if you like:

Please feel free to share this call for Confessions of Sugar Addicts No More on your blog or website, in your ezine, on your Facebook page or via Twitter. Please note that Connie Bennett, author of SUGAR SHOCK!, and the founder of the Sugar Shock Blog (http://www.SugarShockBlog.com) is compiling this collection. Please let me know if you've shared this call to action.

If you are not yet a success story but want to me, learn how to Break Free of Your Sugar Addiction in 6 Weeks.

Agave is Worse for You than High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS): Please Stay Away From the Stuff!

Agave_syrup1 In recent years, health-minded people and health food restaurants have been excitedly ingesting and switching to the supposed, “safe, “all natural” sweetener agave or agave nectar.

Time and time again, since 2003, four years before my book Sugar Shock! was published in December 2006, I’ve been warning people that agave is not safe. In fact, I’ve been telling people, it may be worse for you than high fructose corn syrup (HFCS).

Again, for some seven years now, whenever people have asked me if agave is a good idea to use, my answer has always been the same:

“Stay away from agave, because it’s very high in fructose and may have more fructose than high fructose corn syrup.”

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Discover “Top 10 Reasons You Failed to Lose Weight or Kick Sugar” in Free Teleseminar Wednesday

Losing weight Do you wonder why you keep flopping on your diet over and over again? Frustrating, isn't it?

Discover "The Top 10 Reasons You Failed to Lose Weight or Kick Sugar" in a free teleseminar I'm hosting this Wednesday (March 31) at 8 pm EST (5 pm PST) with popular low-carb blogger Jimmy Moore.

I'm co-hosting the program with popular low-carb blogger Jimmy Moore, author of 21 Life Lessons From Livin' La Vida Low-Carb: How The Healthy Low-Carb Lifestyle Changed Everything I Thought I Knew

You'll be wowed by Jimmy's story. In January 2004, he weighed in at 410 pounds at age 32. (See what Jimmy looked like then, to your left).

He finally decided to face up to the fact that it was time for a change. He launched on a diet, shed 180 pounds, shrunk his waist by 20 inches, and dropped his shirt size from 5XL to XL. (The photo of above is Jimmy now.)

Now, Jimmy is devoted to helping millions, and I'm honored that he's agreed to join this free teleseminar for you. Together, we'll share our insights and explain 10 Top Reasons Why You Failed to Lose Weight or Kick Sugar. Sign up below.








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Megan Confronts Cake in a Letter

Megan Bozman DSCN1697 Often, when I'm coaching clients to kick their sugar addiction, I'm hit by moments of intuition as to what may help people. (In coaching school with iPEC, they taught us to honor, respect and look for those flashes.)

So last Wednesday, during one of my Break-Free Group Coaching sessions, the idea hit me out of the blue that members might be helped if they wrote a letter or poem to their favorite sweets.

I then asked members what they thought of the idea of doing this. (I never give assignments.)

On Friday, Megan Bozman, one of our members, ran with the idea and wrote a brilliant, insightful, poignant letter while tempted by a cake at work.

She then confided to us (the group members and me): "B-day cake, vanilla with white icing is one of my #1 fav sweets — and that happens to be EXACTLY what is in our conference room right now, about 5 feet from my desk. So I figure it's a good time to write that letter to my fav sweet (which, as of Wed night, I was already planning on making white b-day cake!)"

White-cake Here's how Meg confronted Cake — a letter I'm republishing with her permission:

"Dear Cake,

"It's not you; it's me. I am aware this is cliched, but it is the truth in this case. You are not an evil entity.

"While you are a nutritional wasteland, you are not evil in moderation. I still plan to welcome you into my home to celebrate my son's birthdays and other such occasions.

"Again, it's not you; it's me. Something in me doesn't react well to you & I realize this. You are fantastic during the too-brief time I get to enjoy you. Ecstatic & wonderful.

"But too often, before I even finish swallowing the last bite, I just want more! Then, I still want more and more and more. That is where the evil comes into play… it is in large quantities that you become evil.

"And I won't waste time elaborating on why large quantities of you are bad. That doesn't bear repeating.

"When I get ensnared by your addictive properties, I feel terrible; both physically & emotionally. The feeling of being hooked is dreadful. For one thing, it's just simply embarrassing! It also has a negative effect on my self-esteem (really, I can't `just say no' & only eat a moderate amount?! What is wrong with me?)

"I don't have some of the negative effects some experience such as stomach pains, yeast infections, skin problems, & blood sugar crashes causing a rapid decline in both energy & mood. However, I feel bloated, fat, and, well, gross. Feeling fat & gross makes me feel ugly. It's just bad; just all around bad.

"So there you sit in the conference room. I'm sure others will enjoy you — don't fret. Cake rarely goes uneaten in any office. But for now, I'm 10 days sweets-free & intend to go another 11 days for a round 3 weeks. At that point, I'm thinking I'll stick to a serving of dessert or sweets once every 3 weeks.

Ta ta,
Meg"

Megan then told us that she shared her Letter to Cake with her husband, who came back with a hilarious response. He wrote:

"Dear Meg,

"I appreciate your honesty and admire your sincerity. Let me just start off by letting you know that I do cherish our relationship. Throughout the years, we have had countless wonderful experiences together. The feeling of having you fight over me makes me smile. I love how I cause you such anger and turmoil. 

"I am so simple. Just a few ingredients are all I am.  I am but made of flour, sugar, eggs, salt, and butter. I mean you no harm at all. It is not my fault that you’re bickering over me.

"All I want is attention from you. I want you to drool over me. I want you to be thinking about me while you drive in your car. I want my cousins (cookie crumbs in your car) to remind you of me also. Please don’t throw away all we have had together.

"Our relationship is NOT one way. I give you a quick fix, and I receive enjoyment through attention. Attention is what I crave from you. I have been missing you these last 2 weeks or so.  I am lonely without you. Please come back to me so we can be bad together. Sure you will be mad and upset a few minutes after we reunite but it will be so good. Come eat me!
 
Hungrily, Cake"

Aren't these provocative, insightful, eye-opening letters about sugar's power over us?

If you were going to write a letter to your favorite sweet "treat," what would it say? Share it here with us, please!

Stay tuned for my Letter(s) to Red Vines or Twizzler's, See's Molasses Chips and Hard Candies.

Feel Addicted to Sweets & Other Foods? Junk Food Addiction May be Real

Junk food Do you feel completely out of control when it comes to eating candies, cookies and fast food?

More to the point, do you feel downright addicted?

New research reveals that your affinity — or addiction — may be real, according to new research.

"Researchers … say it's possible that a diet heavy in highly rewarding foods — quite literally, sausages, cheesecake and other highly processed foods — might cause changes in the brain's reward system for satiety." writes HealthNews Today's reporter Jenifer Goodwin.

Read her fascinating story now to learn about this new research.

Would you like help to overcome your sugar addiction?

Learn here about my Break Free of Your Sugar Addiction program. Early Bird rates apply through March 31 at 11:59 pm PST.

Flopped on Your Diet? Fret not! Free Teleseminar on Top 10 Reasons You Failed on Your Diet or Kick-Sugar Program

Jimmy Moore 446429211_64abb9cb6f_m Are you really frustrated and frazzled, because yet again, you messed up on your diet and turned to donuts, candies or cookies when you intended to "do good"?

Even more embarrassing, did also you then get into an argument with your loved one(s) over no good reason, because you were hyped up on sugar or brain-fogged because of the crap you ate? And did you hide your junk food or eat your stash in private?

If any of the four scenarios ring true, you're in the company of millions.

Every hour, all across the country, people are "failing" on their diets and shoving sweets or junk food into their mouths and getting negligible nutrients.

Jimmymoorebefore It's perfectly understandable that you'd be out of sorts for relying on food for comfort or consolation. So are you ready to begin again tomorrow? Not the smartest move! You read me right!

Your diet or kick-sugar program should begin way before you actually start it. In other words, you need to set the stage first. If you were going to run a marathon, wouldn't you train for months in advance?

Well, starting a diet with no advance planning is one of The 10 Top Reasons that You Consistently Fail to Lose Weight or Kick Sugar. Learn more about this reason and the other 9 reasons in a free teleseminar on Wed., March 31 at 8 pm EST.

I'm co-hosting the program with popular low-carb blogger Jimmy Moore, author of 21 Life Lessons From Livin' La Vida Low-Carb: How The Healthy Low-Carb Lifestyle Changed Everything I Thought I Knew

You'll be wowed by Jimmy's story. In January 2004, he weighed in at 410 pounds at age 32. (See what Jimmy looked like then, to your left).

He finally decided to face up to the fact that it was time for a change. He launched on a diet, shed 180 pounds, shrunk his waist by 20 inches, and dropped his shirt size from 5XL to XL. (The photo of above is Jimmy now.)

Now, Jimmy is devoted to helping millions, and I'm honored that he's agreed to join this free teleseminar for you. Together, we'll share our insights and explain 10 Top Reasons Why You Failed to Lose Weight or Kick Sugar. Sign up below.








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