What Our Dad Taught Us

What our Dad taught us

Yesterday, I sat down with Ken’s daughters, Sheri and Lisa, to ask them about what they’ve learned from their Dad.  Here are some snippets:   Sheri “We were taught that sweeping the floor wasn’t beneath him and it shouldn’t be beneath us.” “He loves a challenge and taught us to not be afraid to challenge ourselves.” “Be the best you can be!” “If someone told him he couldn’t do something, that would push him to try harder.” “He taught us kids to dream and that if we focused we could achieve anything.” “In regards to achieving our dreams, he never said you can’t do that.” “You go for it, we’re here to support you!” “Because we lost our brother Kenny suddenly and unexpected, we now cherish our time together as a family even more.” “We can call him anytime of day, even in the middle of the night, and he will make time for us.” “Having worked at Zija corporate, I saw that he created a culture at Zija - family first.”   Lisa “We learned perseverance from his example.  He never gave up.  We saw him at his lowest and highest. He never was defeated and just kept going.”…

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Things You May Not Know About Ken

Things You May Not Know about Ken

Ken’s wife Linda shared some things that you may not know about him. Favorite food - salad from a salad buffet Favorite snack - banana cream pie Name one favorite thing to do together - go to a movie Favorite thing to do to unwind - take a bath with Améo essential oils and feed the fish, ducks and geese at their pond in Park City, UT Favorite places he’s traveled to - anywhere with historical significance Where he would love to travel most? Israel “The Holy Land” What does he collect?  He collects books, rare documents and art What is his favorite thing to do?  Read, he loves to read and is always reading multiple books. Please share something quirky about him - he loves his kids or grandkids to scratch his head What is the best gift to get him?  A gift card to a bookstore What did you think about Ken when you first met him? “He was the smartest young man I’d ever been around.” Why do you think he’s been so successful? “He’s driven and he sets goals for himself daily.” by Darci Moss

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5 Cent Candy Bar

5 Cent Candy Bar

As a youth, my parents weren’t rich.  My Father was a school teacher and my Mother didn’t work outside our home.  When I was about 4 years old, I remember crossing the street with my Dad and holding his hand.  I looked up at him and asked “Dad, can you buy me a 5 cent candy bar? (tells you how old I am).”  He replied “Son, we can’t afford it.”  From that experience, I learned that I had to make my own way in life, that it wasn’t going to be given to me.  My parents would support me, but they wouldn’t make it easy for me.  I had to do it on my own.  They supported me in everything.  I had the best parents in the world.  These experiences started me on the path to success and instilled in me a strong work ethic at a young age.* *this story was shared at Zija International’s 2014 Convention

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Welcome To My Blog

Welcome to my Blog

I’m excited to launch this blog! This is a place where I’ll be sharing some of the greatest lessons and insights I’ve learned throughout my life regarding leadership and personal development, give glimpses into my personal life, advice about entrepreneurship as well as featuring guest bloggers that have valuable contributions as well.  I hope that this will make a difference in your life and help you become successful in whatever endeavors you are pursuing. Please check back often and share this blog with others as I’ll be adding posts weekly. You can also follow me on Facebook and Twitter where I post and tweet daily. I’m focused on your success and growth and look forward to hearing from you via your comments! Best Regards, Ken

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