Our Zoom Meeting Schedule & Info.

Tonight, July 3rd, we are hosting a Zoom Meeting that will be the first of many. The subject matter we will be covering is of vital importance to everyone regardless of your age or health condition. The supplements we will be talking about are non-toxic and will not adversely affect other supplements or medications. Simply put the products are 100% safe for everyone.

The slide show we will be presenting is a gift from one of the founding leaders in our company. Alan Noble gives back to everyone involved with his incredible training and tools that he developed to help all Associates be more successful in their businesses. We will be using the script created by Alan on his live video of the same presentation.

We are doing this on a temporary basis to start with 7 daily Zoom Meetings already scheduled for the same time every night at 8 PM through the 10th of July. If everything goes according to plan we will be continuing with the same daily schedule but offering different times of the day for people to tune in live.

The information we will be sharing is about our network marketing company and our product line. You will learn about the science behind Redox Signaling Molecules and why it is important for all humans to have access to this amazing breakthrough in health science.

You will find below an invitation to the next 7 days with us for about an hour a day. We sincerely hope all who read this will join us for at least one of those days.

Oro and Paula Cas…

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The REAL Truth About Network Marketing

Are you one of those people who hear or read the words “network marketing” or “multi-level marketing” and immediately think “SCAM” or “pyramid scheme“, or maybe even turn and run?

Have you ever taken a few seconds to ask yourself WHY you have that reaction? Do you REALLY know what a “Ponzi scheme” is or how it works? AND… last but certainly not least, do you know the two things every legitimate network marketing company have in common?

Let’s start with everyone’s favorite… Ponzi scheme: “a form of fraud in which belief in the success of a nonexistent enterprise is fostered by the payment of quick returns to the first investors from money invested by later investors.”

The second one… pyramid scheme: “a form of investment (illegal in the US and elsewhere) in which each paying participant recruits two further participants, with returns being given to early participants using money contributed by later ones.”

Now let’s cover what a legitimate network marketing business looks like.

Network marketing is a serious business for serious people. It’s a proven system where the design, creation, and expense the corporate team has gone through becomes a road map for your own success. Just follow the simple, proven and duplicable system that the good companies provide.

The real key is this: Network marketing is all about leverage. You can leverage your time and increase the number of hours of work effort on which you can be paid by sponsoring other people and earning a small income on their efforts. J. Paul Getty, who created one of the world’s greatest fortunes, said: “I would rather make 1 percent on the efforts of 100 people than 100 percent on my own efforts.” This very basic concept is the cornerstone of network marketing.

For example, most successful people building a network marketing business do so in an organized method. They work a few dedicated hours each week, with each hour of effort serving as a building block for their long-term business growth. Then they sponsor other people and teach those people how to sell the company product and sponsor others who duplicate the process.

By helping the people you personally sponsor to sponsor others, you duplicate yourself. As this process continues, you create compound growth that can lead to hundreds or even thousands of people coming into your business. You leverage your time by helping others be successful and earn an income from all their efforts.

So the next time someone approaches you and wants to discuss network marketing just ask yourself, “Does this company offer a legitimate service or product?” and “Do I make money by recruiting people or by becoming a product of the product?”

“The path to success is to take massive, determined action.” ~ Tony Robbins

 

The Matrix Explained

I am looking for 4 people. Not just any 4 but 4 who have something most people don’t have.
I’m getting ahead of myself. Let me explain.
I first heard the term “network marketing” in 1990. Now I know most who are reading this will be leaving as soon as they see those two words. That’s OK. It just means anyone who leaves without reading the whole thing doesn’t make the cut for the 4.
If you are still reading at this point you might have a shot at making the team but I have more to explain.
The reason I started with when I first heard those words is so everyone still reading can figure out how much experience I have in it. Funny thing is most of my experience was bad in the past. There were a few opportunities we actually made some money with and a couple of product lines we learned about in the 90’s that we still use and market.
There are 2 reasons most people shy away from network marketing. Either they have tried it and had 1 or more bad experiences with it or they never really learned enough about it to make it work. There are a few out there that have no clue how it works because they always followed someone blindly hoping it would work. There are other reasons but those are the two big ones.
There is another group of people out there that have made a lot of money along with helping others do the same. This is a large group and they all have one thing in common. They understand the power of people helping people to be successful.
What I also know is there is another large group that is always growing that has never tried any kind of marketing and when they see how easy network marketing is they excel because no one told them it was hard to do. Included in this group are all the people who have tried and failed but still believe in the system.
The first thing people ask about is the price of the products. A lot of good companies with great products get a bad name because of this but it is because people don’t understand WHY they are expensive. It is easy for anyone who understands the matrix and how it is built.
If you are still reading after the dreaded M-word came out then you might want to practice some follow thru at this point and get involved because that means you understand the power of a good matrix with a great company and an even greater list of products that anyone can find benefit from using.
If you are scratching your head and wondering what this is all about and how you can make money your next step is to get in touch with me so I can teach you what all great marketers already know about the matrix and how it powers network marketing.
After thirty years and many companies and opportunities checked out or tried I feel comfortable teaching those who are interested just exactly how to make money and build a large network of people around you all wanting the same thing.
Let me take a minute here to explain why network marketing plans get a bad rap. Back in 1980, I was in the US Army when I learned what an “Airplane Ride” was.
I also found out the hard way how illegal they are.
I had just arrived in Germany at my permanent duty station when someone asked me if I wanted to make some fast money. Of course, I said yes. I was quickly relieved of $25. of my hard-earned money and given a sheet of paper with a diagram drawn on it that resembled a pyramid. My name had been added to one of the “spots” on the bottom row which consisted of eight spots and handwritten on the bottom were directions about how everything worked and how I needed to find at least two other people to join me.
The Airplane Ride consists of a pyramid with 1 person taking up the top spot. That spot is referred to as the pilot seat. Directly below the pilot, there are two spots that represent the two co-pilots. The third row has four spots which are called the crew spots and at the bottom, there are eight spots which are the passengers.
The cost for a passenger seat can be whatever the original pilot decides. Most usually cost between $20. and $100. get involved.
Once there are eight passengers paid in full to the pilot the airplane splits and the two co-pilots each start their own airplane which needs payment from eight more people to follow suit and split. It is easy to see how lucrative it can be especially if you are the one to start the whole thing.
The two problems with this form of income are first and foremost they are highly illegal and the epitome of a Ponzi scheme and the other is they never last long enough for a lot of people to make money.
It is easy to understand how people who have no knowledge of true network marketing can mistake a perfectly good company for a scam. Both plans implore a “matrix” diagram in the shape of a pyramid but that is where the similarities stop.
There is a short checklist one may use to figure out if an opportunity is MLM or network marketing-based or just another scam.
First, is there a real company with a history that can be checked and second, do they have products or services that are reasonably priced?
Without these two very important factors it is probably a scam.
I took the time to explain this because when you are marketing in this manner you will hear the question a lot. “How is this NOT a pyramid scheme?” With the 2 problem checklist, it is easy to figure it out.
There are hundreds if not thousands of companies around the world that use network marketing to sell their products and services. A few well-known companies are Avon, Tupperware, and Amway. Say what you will about these companies but all three are a major success because of “Distributors” like me and others who understand the POWER of the matrix when used correctly.
 For information on the company and products am involved with check out this website.

Best Day Ever… so far

Yesterday was the “Best day ever… so far for good reason but I need to start from the beginning.

Three days ago I met up with a couple that I was buying a small table from. The sale originated on FB Marketplace while I was searching for book shelves along with anything else that would help us get our “Storage Store” up and running.

We met in the parking lot of a local business and proceeded with the deal on the table along with some friendly conversation about buying and selling and then it happened. The question I get asked quite frequently which is “Do you use cannabis?”

Of course my answer is always yes to that question since I am a card carrying medical cannabis user.

From there the conversation was all about our personal experiences with the new cannabis laws and the state run dispensaries when suddenly the gentleman asked me if I was getting my meds delivered to my front door.

I knew there was a way to get delivery if you lived in or close to one of the big cities but since we live in the far western tip of Maryland I always figured there was no way to get this service.

It turns out I should have checked into the possibilities back then because there really is a way to get your cannabis delivered if you live anywhere in Maryland except the Eastern Shore and some parts of southern Maryland.

So today I am sitting here waiting for a confirmation call or text letting me know my order is on its way to my front door. O HAPPY DAY!!!

It is time for everyone to embrace cannabis for the medicine that it really is and the fact that I can have it delivered to my door is proof we are headed in the right direction.

Found a Nugget Digging a Grave

This story is the first of many that I will be publishing here that have to do with the old west and gold mining around the 49er era. They are all unique in the fact that, even though they are printed here in their original form, no credit can be given to the original authors due to the source where they were found.

I was living in an active gold camp along the Stanislaus River outside of Columbia California in 2013 when I found these stories in a book in a store. When I ask the price of the book I was told since it was a 2nd printing from 1897 it wasn’t for sale but I was invited to read it and copy some of the contents.

I spent a lot of time at the store every week when I made my usual trip to town for supplies. Since most of the stories are fairly short I was able to copy almost the entire book and I believe it is time to share them in a different format for everyone to enjoy.

Now on to the first story on the list.

“Found A Nugget Digging A Grave”

In a manner very reminiscent of the old western movie “Paint Your Wagon” – this great find was made when digging a grave. This is an exciting story connected with the finding of the Oliver Martin nugget, one of the largest ever found in California, which sold for $22,700, after it had earned $10,000 from exhibition in various parts of the country (the value would make the weight very nearly 1100 ounces of gold).

Although a young man, Oliver Martin was little better than a tramp. He spent his time in doing odd jobs and drinking whiskey around the mining camps of Yuba, Tuolumne, El Dorado and Calaveras counties. He didn’t even own a pan, much less a rocker or long torn. One of his close companions was John Fowler, who was equally shiftless and dissipated.

One night in November, 1854, the two were on their way from Benton’s bar over the Grizzly Mountains to Camp Corona, the spot made famous in literature by Bret Harte. The fall rains had begun, and the streams were running high. On the night of the 7th, almost stupid with drink, the two sought refuge in a deserted miner’s hut.

During the night a heavy rain, peculiar to the mountain ranges, set in. The water fell in torrents, and came pouring down the precipitous mountain sides. The narrow canyon where Martin and Fowler lay asleep and drunk was soon filled with the rushing waters, which threatened to sweep away the old shack of a building in which they were resting. They were awakened by the water pouring into the cabin, and sought to escape by climbing the steep sides of the canon.

Both men were swept back into the flood and were carried down the stream in the darkness. Martin was washed into a clump of live oaks, and managed to lodge, clinging to the branches until morning, but his friend Fowler was not so lucky and had drowned.

The next day, November 8th, toward noon, when the waters had subsided, Martin secured a pick and shovel, and started to bury his dead companion. He selected a sandy spot at the base of the cliff, and had not dug down two feet when he came upon the nugget.

He made several tests before he could convince himself that it was really gold. The chunk was bigger than a bull’s head, and far too heavy for Martin to carry by himself. He hurried to Camp Corona to secure help. He had some difficulty in persuading anyone to go with him. At last one of the miners consented, but carefully made the statement that he was going to help bury Fowler, and not to carry nuggets, as he, like others in the camp, placed no confidence in Martin’s story.

The chunk weighed eighty pounds and required the combined efforts of Oliver and his assistant to get it to the camp. Before starting back to camp, both men staked claims, Martin, of course, claiming the spot where he had unearthed the big nugget.

As soon as the news of the great find spread, miners flocked in by hundreds, but although the stream was carefully prospected for miles, nothing of any great value was found. Martin considered that his find and the peculiar circumstances attending it was an act of Providence, and he never touched intoxicants thereafter.

With the money he got from the sale of his nugget he went to mining in a business-like manner. Later he was attracted to Yucatan, where he made over half a million in quartz mining. He died in New Orleans a few years ago, leaving a fortune of over a million dollars.

 

Catch-22 is Alive & Well ~ How I Learned To Live With Chronic Pain Without Opioids

In the Spring, my wife, Paula Cas wrote a post about my battle with chronic pain, pain clinics, and opioid use. Catch-22 Is Alive And Well.

Just wanted to post a short update about how things have been going since then.

After a lot of research, trial and error, I have come up with non-Opioid, no prescription treatment for my chronic pain that works for all but my worst pain days … Rainy days or extreme cold.

A high THC strain of Medical Cannabis usually with the colors purple or blue in the name in flower or dab form. I also found a website with high quality hemp based CBD Oil products, 750mg twice a day most days and 1500mg twice a day on bad days, that has been great help for pain and sleep. The final product in my new pain management program is from a company where my wife is involved. Plexus Worldwide offers a product called Nerve and Plexus Ease which has done wonders for my neuropathy.**

I have once again put the back surgeon on hold while I continue t0 do all I can to keep surgery, braces, canes and wheelchairs at bay as long as possible.**

**I am not a health care professional. This article is based on my own experience and is no way meant to be construed as anything other than a sharing of those experiences. As in all matters do your own due diligence and consult your personal physicians.

KDCL Media is BACK!!!

35129637_10212172488975018_6585539802395836416_nToday is a special day just like yesterday and last Sunday night. The reason the word “special” comes to mind is because Paula and I have brought something back to life from the past and it seems to function just as well today as when we put it in mothballs 3 years ago.

That something is KDCL Media, along with And Then Some Again Productions and it can mean only one thing.

The dust has been blown off of the virtual switchboard and we are producing all new Internet Radio shows again.

Today, in just over an hour, we will present our newest show called “Crypto and Then Some…” with a very special guest, Robyn Linn, along with two full hours of nothing but CRYPTO.

We will be covering Bitcoin, the Block Chain, and our experiences with it. Together with Robyn, we will be talking about a group of people who have assembled to take full advantage of the leadership included within the group as we all learn and earn our way to the top.

The link for today’s show is Crypto and Then Some… w/ special guest Robyn Linn and we offer a LIVE chatroom for discussion during the show so won’t you please join us for a very informative 2 hours.

More later…

Thank You and What’s Next

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I want to start this post with a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has taken an interest in my site. The recent growth of my likes and follows is incredible and I feel very fortunate to have so many people that have taken time to pay attention to my blog.

Once again THANK YOU all !!!

On to what’s next.

Over the past weekend it was decided to bring back an old friend. Our first internet radio show took place Sunday night after a long 3 year absence. Before that we had spent 5 years on Blog Talk Radio producing a variety of shows including a trucking show and also a gold mining show.

Our audience at the time numbered well over 280,000 from 18 different countries and was growing rapidly but we had to put the whole thing on hold in mid 2015 for personal reasons.

Today we have multiple reasons to fire up the BTR switchboard and pick up where we left off with the addition of a new topic and show to match.

Continue reading “Thank You and What’s Next”

Spring/Summer Update

First I want to extend a HUGE THANK YOU!!! to all of my new followers. It seems like every day I get 2 or 3 new notifications for people who have decided to pay attention to me and my meanderings. That is VERY COOL !!!

It seems like everything is moving in slow motion ever since I got approved for my SSI. The battle to lock in a monthly check for the rest of my life was a long, hard fought battle between my attorney and me against the federal government but it ended with 1 in the win column for me.

That was over 30 days ago. I was told I could expect my settlement for the back pay owed to me within 30 days. Today I talked to the government and they informed me it would be a total of 60 days which means I might get a chance to have some spending cash for the summer MAYBE next month.

Plans are made for the purchase of a good used motor home for us to travel in while putting our LDMA membership to good use. Lost Dutchman Mining Association has multiple properties set aside for members only to prospect and mine for gold. Most of the properties have quite a bit of gold if you know how to find it.

Lots of plans that will begin when we get the money owed to me so stay tuned for more entries here on my favorite writing platform keeping track of what we are up to along with a story or two to keep it interesting.

More later…

Philmont “77” A Poem by Charles “Danny” Hutson

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Philmont “77” A Poem by Charles “Danny” Hutson

This poem was written by my father in 1977 which was the year me and him had the adventure of a lifetime for a father and son.

My older brother and I were both in the local Boy Scout troop and our father was the Scoutmaster for many years. It was a wonderful arrangement between a father and his sons.

It got even better when I decided to follow in my older brothers footsteps and go to the “high adventure camp” known as Philmont that the Boy Scouts had created in northeastern New Mexico.

During the last training week I attended in northern Virginia one of the leaders had to drop out of the trip and my father was asked if he would be interested.

Of course he said yes and the rest is history.

This poem tells a story. It is a story about a man and a small group of teenagers including his son (me) and an epic journey, both for the man, and also the boys who would be tested as men.

Some of the content will make little sense to anyone who has never experienced Philmont but I think you will enjoy it all the same.

Philmont “77”

We left on a long, long journey,

From Virginia to New Mexico.

It took us five days to get there,

Which seemed the long way to go.

 

We went up in the Arch,

Had a day at Six Flags.

The rides were all great,

There wasn’t any drags.

 

We got off that ole’ bus,

And loaded our packs.

After a night in Tent City,

We soon made fast tracks.

 

We learned about burros,

Although you can’t ride.

They’ll carry lots for you,

If you stay on their “good side”.

 

We climbed the tree,

With spikes and belt.

And when we were down,

How great it felt. FALLING!!!

 

We climbed the rocks,

And then rappelled down.

We knew it was no place,

To be clowning around. FALLING AGAIN!!!

 

We stopped at “Cito”,

And picked up food.

Although the clerk thought so,

We weren’t being rude.

 

We explored the Mine,

And heard “Charlie’s Tale”.

The gold we panned,

Didn’t budge the scale.

 

We finally got to see a bear,

And take his picture too.

He didn’t get our Bear Bag,

But he enjoyed the other crew’s.

 

We made it up Ole’ Baldy,

The climb she wasn’t easy.

And when we reached the top,

It was really breezy.

 

The Munchies, the Vita’s,

The Tetrox, the cheese.

All kept us too busy,

To climb any trees. (Trots or Not)

 

The horse riding was great,

The saddling was fun.

But why did some guys,

Make them all run?

 

We hiked down the North Fork Urraca,

The Comanche also.

Just where we were going,

We didn’t know.

 

We climbed The Tooth (of Time)

And enjoyed the veiw,

We only missed sunrise,

By an hour or two.

 

The packs were heavy,

The days were long.

The nights were short,

After our favorite song.

 

The map it was right,

And the trail signs too.

It must have been our compasses,

That gave us the screws !

 

We took some side hikes,

We bushwhacked a little.

But considering the Itinerary,

We solved the riddle.

 

The Mountain Search and Rescue,

Was really very trying.

But our First Aid training,

Helped us keep the guy from dying. (Pete Bradfield)

 

We’re on our way home now,

It’ll be a while yet.

But I’m sure the SCARF CREW,

Doesn’t have any regret.

 

So here’s to Philmont boys,

May we always remember.

When we’re sitting around our camp fires,

Watching the dying embers.

 

We’d go again,

Of that I’m very sure.

Because it’s a Scouter’s dream,

An experience so rich and pure.

 

By: Charles “Dan The MAN” Hutson

Expedition # 725 A-2

Itinerary # 19-B

August 11th, 1977

This poem is dedicated to a GREAT crew.