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What I'm Up To...

Posted Jul 03 2008 4:12pm
I absolutely treasure my relationship with my mailing list. As some of you know, I answer my emails, and try to stay in touch with as many of you as possible. I'll only send you "email blasts" about products I use, believe in, or support wholeheartedly. And because I do feel "close" to those who trust me enough to read my newsletters, blogs (here and on the Huffington Post), watch my videos (here and onwww.eatdrinkordie.com) and come to my workshops and talks, I hope you won't feel it's presumptuous of me to keep you up to date about what I'm doing personally and professionally.



So here goes.



My new book, "The Healthiest Meals on Earth" comes out in July, and is based on the concept of the Polymeal. (I'll be featuring some recipes in future newsletters.) And I'm putting the finishing touches on my book, "The Most Effective Natural Ways to Boost Energy" which will be out in January 2009.



I'm delighted (and honored) to say that I was invited to be on the Editorial Advisory Board of Men's Health, one of the best magazines in the country when it comes to reporting on health for the general public. And we're in the final stages of putting together the contract for me to be an official America Online Coach. I'll let you know when that happens, hopefully very soon.



I'm also about to begin work on a certification program for Weight Loss Coaches that will be offered through Coach Training Alliance. We'll be using the current "Art and Science of Weight Loss Coaching" as a text. If you're a health professional, or interested in doing some work in your community in the field of weight loss coaching, I'd love you to check it out. And I continue to work with my partners atThe Handel Groupto develop awesome coaching programs not only for weight loss alone, but for personal development and growth.



Meanwhile, I'd love to hear from you!



You know, people like me spend a lot of time trying to give our audience what they need and want, but we're often guessing what that is. I figure the best way to find out is to ask! So I'm asking: What would you most like to hear from me? What information do you find most helpful? What would you like to see in future newsletters?



I want to know, and I'd love to hear from you!



As always, let me know what you think.



Warmly

Jb
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