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WHERE: LiWi™ Headquarters, 16020 N. 77th Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
WHEN: Thursday, November 10, 2011 – 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
WHAT: LiWi™ (Life is Worth it) will be hosting the first in a series of financial wellness seminars on Thursday, Nov. 10, at the LiWi™ office in North Scottsdale. This inaugural seminar, titled “How to Prosper in Adversity”, will be led by LiWi™ founder Gary Nash, who has more than 30 years of experience as an investment and finance strategist. Nash will unveil his economic forecast and will use his expertise in the financial world to help everyday people navigate through the maze of financial chaos so they can prosper in adversity and flourish in tough times to live a more balanced, stress free life.
The seminar will last approximately one hour, and will be followed by a question and answer period. Additionally, Nash will offer a free financial consultation (at a later date) to anyone in attendance. Admission is FREE.
ABOUT LiWi™ PROSPER: LiWi™ Prosper, a subsidiary of LiWi™, is a financial planning company that focuses on helping people improve their financial health and well-being so they can reach their highest potential personally, professionally and financially, which is the overall mission of parent company LiWi™. Prosperity is a huge part of the LiWi™ equation, and Nash believes that if you don’t have a good understanding of the current economic climate or a plan for the future, you can’t reach your full potential. LiWi™ Prosper was created to combine a financial component with the LiWi™ mission to help members attain their ultimate goal of overall self-fulfillment.
ABOUT GARY NASH: Founder of LiWi™ and LiWi Prosper, Gary Nash is a financial planning and investment strategist and former president of Success Financial Group. He has spent more than 30 years in the world of finance, and holds the distinguished DentMaster Certified designation. He has trained under prominent CNN Advisor Harry Dent and has presented numerous workshops and speeches on the state of the economy, the global role of demographics, embracing change and securing financial freedom through investments and planning.
In 2009, Nash embarked on a journey around the world, from Ecuador to Egypt, in search of alternative treatment for a rare, life-threatening diagnosis. Through his unique travels, colorful experiences and his new company LiWi™, Nash now dedicates his life to showing the world that “Life is Worth it”.
Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011
Contact: Jessica Parsons
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Scottsdale)—Join liwi.com for an inspiring meditation and full moon hike in remembering the fallen heroes and victims of 9/11 on this 10th anniversary, Sunday Sept. 11, 2011. Gary Nash, owner and founder of Scottsdale-based LiWi will lead a group of 30 people in a short essential oils ceremony and holistic meditation followed by an easy 1.2 mile hike, approximately 2,977 steps—each step in memory of each victim.
“It's important to come together as a community,” says Nash. “It reminds us of our humanity, especially during times of remembrance and reflection.” Nash began his full moon hike series earlier this year as a fun way to bring people together. This Sunday's hike, however, dedicated to remembering 9/11 will take on a different feel as local participants take part in a flag raising ceremony with the Fountain Hills Boy Scout Troop, followed by an essential oils meditation and full moon hike.
“This ceremony will be reflective, profound and moving,” says Nash. “It will bring us together and will help serve as a gentle reminder to live with passion, joy and gratitude.” The short hike will lead members to a wonderful vantage point near Fountain Hills Park to enjoy the sighting of the full moon appearing at 6:40p.m.—a vision solidifying the cycle of life.
“Offering our respects locally, even in a small group, is the least we can do,” says Nash. “This is what LiWi is all about, and why I founded LiWi...to show people that no matter what challenges we face, that life is always worth it.”
As a leader in health and well-being, liwi.com takes a holistic approach to wellness by offering its influential members stories of inspiration, life-changing programs, support, information, lively products and valuable connections to its dynamic and vast network.
What: LiWi Full Moon 9/11 Remembrance Hike
When: Sept. 11, 2011
Where: Fountain Hills Park Veteran's Memorial
12925 North Saguaro Boulevard
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268
LiWi and liwi.com, a "Life is Worth it" movement and philosophy, is a free and vibrant on-line community promoting a healthy, abundant and thriving lifestyle. Focused on enriching your life and helping you reach your highest potential, personally and professionally, LiWi will show you every day, for the rest of your life, that "Life is Worth it."
Monday, August 22, 2011
Contact: Tiffany Neihart, LiWi
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
(Scottsdale)—As sizzlin' summer temperatures heat up, cool down and quench your thirst with an environmentally-friendly LiWi-Chug.™ Created by the Founder of Arizona-based LiWi,™ Gary Nash, LiWi-Chugs put a new focus on the benefits of drinking water with its inspiring, colorful and Italian-crafted glass bottles.
“The idea behind the Chug is to provide a fun and unique alternative to plastic water bottles,” says Nash who believes plastic is overwhelming our planet's landfills. “LiWi-Chugs encourage people to drink more water in a more exciting way, while creating less waste,” says Nash. “It's a win-win!”
Imported from Italy, LiWi-Chugs are bursting with flavor, created in an array of vibrant, vivid colors, such as purple, orange, red, green and blue. Also, each LiWi-Chug carries its own special message of intention. These inspiring words, etched within the glass, will lift your spirits, bring a smile to your face and serve as a gentle reminder to live with “passion,” “gratitude” or “abundance.”
“People need to get excited about their lives,” says Nash. “They also need to get excited about drinking water.” Able to hold 33 oz. of water, dishwasher-safe and eco-friendly, the $20.00 LiWi-Chug, available only on liwi.com,™ rivals any plastic container. Just add water from your tap or R/O system. It's that simple! Buy one, or collect all seven. Re-use over and again, refrigerate and add fruit to create your own designer water experience.
Water energizes you, detoxifies the body, helps metabolize food and aids in digestion. Now, thanks to the LiWi-Chug, you can drink the water your body craves with excitement for optimum health, while “chugging” responsibly for the environment.
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., liwi.com™ and LiWi, a “Life is Worth it”™ company takes a holistic and personal approach to wellness by offering life-changing programs, inspirational stories, resources, information and lively products to help people reach their highest potential, personally and professionally. Never ingest high volumes of water at one time or engage in water chugging contests.
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Contact: Kristi Hall, LiWi
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
(Scottsdale)―In line with the mission to show people every day for the rest of their lives, that “Life is Worth it,” LiWi and liwi.com are excited to announce Author, Amanda Owen and her new column entitled, Receive with Amanda Owen.
“I am excited about this group project,” says Owen who will take comments, answer questions and write weekly articles for liwi.com on self-improvement, empowerment and mastering the art of receiving. “From book signings to interviews and workshops to retreats, my message is simple,” says Owen. “The world will give only what you can receive.”
It's this concept Owen bases her book on, revealing 20 years of research into the nature of giving and receiving, and its link to living a happy, authentic life. Now, Owen reports the findings from her latest book, The Power of Receiving: A Revolutionary Approach to Giving Yourself the Life You Want and Deserve (Tarcher/Penguin) to the members of liwi.com through her column, lectures and on-site workshops.
“This mission is a perfect match for my message,” says Owen as she prepares for her first LiWi sponsored free workshop on Thursday, July 28, 2011 at LiWi headquarters located at 16020 N. 77th Street, Scottsdale, Ariz. 85260. This exclusive event from 7:00p.m. to 8:30p.m will be the first of many as LiWi looks forward to featuring Owen as a regular guest and resource to help LiWi members unlock their hopes, goals and dreams.
Through a free on-line community, LiWi is a “Life Is Worth It”™ company promoting a healthy, abundant and thriving lifestyle. Focused on helping people reach their highest potential, LiWi offers information, programs, support and products. LiWi will show you every day for the rest of your life that... “Life is Worth it.”
To follow Amanda's column
Register for Amanda's free workshop Thursday, July 28th
Learn more about Amanda Owen and The Power of Receiving: www.ThePowerofReceiving.com
Sign up for Manifest Your Dreams Retreats: www.AmandaOwenandThePowerofReceiving.com
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Contact: Kristi Hall, LiWi
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
(Scottsdale)—Despite the economic downturn, LiWi™ and liwi.com,™ a new Arizona based-company, launches its services, and opens its doors for business. On the cutting-edge of health and well-being, liwi.com takes a holistic and personal approach to wellness, by offering a free on-line resource for stories of inspiration, life-changing programs, updated health information, free weekly educational events and free grass-roots support groups.
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., liwi.com offers tools, resources, information and products to help people reach their highest potential, personally and professionally. Guests and members of liwi.com will find eating-well programs, fitness and prosperity protocols, and a dynamic network of free in-person support groups to help members make positive changes in their lives.
“My goal is to help people find the answers they seek, but with a personal touch,” says Founder Gary Nash. “Whether in health, fitness, career or overall wellness, I am committed and dedicated to showing people, that no matter how challenging life becomes, life is worth it.”
Having undergone a traumatic, life-threatening diagnosis in 2009, and feeling alone with few resources, Nash vowed to help others by creating a more personal on-line experience. “When it comes to your health and well-being, researching from home alone is not enough,” says Nash. “We are social creatures and we need interaction and connectivity. Liwi.com provides the resources and information you seek, along with the emotional support, personal attention and friendships you yearn.”
Liwi.com is also specially designed to support health and wellness professionals in growing their businesses through the LiWi community. Through on-line opportunities and in-person speaking engagements, health professionals can position their expertise in front of a qualified and growing LiWi audience. “The knowledge and experience regarding health and wellness in our community is vast and invaluable,” says Nash. “Liwi.com can help people tap into those resources, perhaps finding a practitioner who's right down the street.”
Introducing liwi.com to the marketplace has been a dream come true for Nash, who decided not to let a down economy effect his launch date. “Your health doesn't know the ups-and-downs of the economy,” says Nash. “Your health can't wait, so why should we.”
Through a free on-line community, LiWi is a “Life Is Worth It”™ company promoting a healthy, abundant and thriving lifestyle. Focused on helping people reach their highest potential, LiWi offers information, programs, support and products. LiWi will show you every day for the rest of your life that... “Life is Worth it.”™
Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011
Contact: Jessica Parsons, Media Director
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
(Scottsdale)-Arizona-based LiWi™ offers short essay contest, cash award and opportunity to be published.
Everybody has a story—a lesson learned; a memorable experience; an important observation—we at LiWi call them “Life-isms.” They are stories from the heart—with heart—and are uniquely yours.
“Life-isms” can be compelling, gripping, emotional or even funny. They can be a flash of clarity, an experience spurring a critical “ah-ha” moment or a gift from tragedy. A “Life-ism” is reflective, never judgmental, grateful, not boastful, and showcases the goodness of the human spirit.
If you have a “Life-ism,” be a part of history and share your story with us by visiting our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/LiWiCommunity and entering our essay contest. We are accepting essay submissions from February 21, 2011 through March 11, 2011. Public voting for the top ten finalists will occur March 12 through March 18, 2011. Four randomly selected winners will receive a cash prize of $250.00. Your essay may be published through multiple channels. The deadline to submit your story is Friday, March 11, 2011.
Enter to Win: Participants will enter a short essay to win. Write 200-800 words about how an experience in your life changed you, helped you or taught you a valuable lesson. Winners of the cash prize will be notified Friday, March 25, 2011. If LiWi cannot contact a winner within five days of being selected, another winner will be randomly chosen.
About LiWi: LiWi is a new, free and vibrant on-line community headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz. promoting a healthy, abundant and thriving lifestyle. Focused on helping people reach their highest potential, LiWi, a “Life is Worth it,”™ movement offers information, programs, support and products to help enrich your life.
Fueled by a health crisis and a second chance at life, LiWi began as a dream and vision of entrepreneur Gary Nash. After building a very successful money management firm, Nash's personal experience inspired him to follow a new passion―to create a movement showing LiWi followers and members that no matter how challenging life becomes, “Life is Worth it.”™
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