Why you should be the farter, not the fartee

In its heydey, Sears had more than 3,500 physical stores.  Don't know the exact number but it was a lot.

Now there are only about 600 with more closing.  In another 10 years, there may very well be none at all.

But many people don't realize that Sears actually started in 1886 as a mail order company to sell watches. (Remember yesterday's email about focus?)  

It became a smashing success cuz it sold products at low prices to farms and villages that didn't have easy access to retail stores.  Most Americans at the time lived in the country and small towns.

Sound familiar?

Oui. Oui.  I just described Amazon's business model.  

But why did Sears fumble so badly?  

Plain and simple.  

It didn't have the agility to pivot as the world changed.  

It got left behind as Amazon's and other successful internet retailers' farts cleared the room of businesses stuck in the old age.

Just as businesses need to adapt to ever changing conditions, so do we when it comes to our health.

Our life is in constant flux.  

Friends and family getting married/divorced/having kids, deaths, illnesses, new and old friendships forming and dissolving, work, stress, moves - the list goes on and on.

This fluidity can be good or bad - it all depends on how you look at it.

But the one thing it does require is for us to adjust to them.  

If you don't, your health can suffer.  

And that includes your reproductive health.

No worries.  My coaching program can help you navigate the ebb and flow of life.

Time's a-tickin' though.

Go forth here to sign up before the July 22 deadline.  

Julie Chang,
Natural Fertility Eggspurt

The Real Deal:

  • Licensed Fertility Acupuncturist for 18 years
  • Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine - 2018
  • Master in Traditional Oriental Medicine, Magna Cum Laude
  • B.S. Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, UCLA
  • Fertility Epigenetics guru in training

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