Tuesday, December 18, 2007

10 Million Millionaires in 10 years!

Three time New York Best Selling Author Paul Zane Pilzer states in his most recent book:

"Of all the entrepreneurial opportunities available today, one of the most important is direct selling, also called 'network marketing'. The direct selling industry...is perfectly positioned to create many of the Next Millionaires."

- It took 217 years to create the first 3.6 million millionaires in this country

- It took 10 years, from 1991-2001 to create the next 3.6 millionaires

- Over the next 10 years, the network marketing industry is poised to create more than 10 million millionaires in the US by 2016!

Hear it from Paul Zane Pilzer himself!

There is no better place for an ordinary person to create a lifestyle of extraordinary income than with Zrii! Zrii has a seasoned CEO (Bill Farley) whose life exemplifies integrity and passion to help others. It has the branding of a 5 yr old company even though we are still in pre-launch. Zrii has the first third party endorsement ever given by the Chopra Center for Wellbeing! And a compensation plan that ensures that new comers as well as seasoned network marketers make money!

If you'd like to know more about Zrii click here! If you'd like to know more about the opportunity click here! We're the fastest growing team in Zrii and we want to help you become a success in the industry!

Darlene & Doug!

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

The Chopra Center for Wellbeing!

Fulfilling a lifelong dream of creating a center which focuses on enhancing health and nourishing the human spirit, Deepak Chopra, M.D. and David Simon M.D. opened The Chopra Center for Wellbeing in 1996 in San Diego. Located in the midst of the world famous La Costa Resort & Spa, the Chopra Center is a nurturing and judgment‐free environment where visitors from around the world can find balance and healing.

Founded in the traditions of ancient wisdom, modern science, and daily well being, the Chopra Center is internationally recognized as the premier authority on integrating western medicine with complementary healing arts of the East.

Bringing together the talented professionals in the conventional, complementary, and alternative medicine fields, The Chopra Center has created an environment that embodies the essence of healing. Under Dr. Simon's direction, they provide medical consultations, therapeutic body treatments, workshops, meditation instruction, hospital program development, and corporate training courses. The emphasis at the Center is on providing guidance to help individuals promote their own longevity, human potential and success, while increasing personal balance, happiness, and fulfillment.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Zrii! What's in it!


Amalaki is the keystone of Zrii's formulation because it is the botanical for cellular rejuvenation. But we are not the first to see its benefits. For centuries, this small fruit, which grows in the fertile soil at the base of the Himalayas, has often been considered the most effective source for, among other things, promoting cellular rejuvenation, enhancing immune function, and increasing vitality.

More recently, many of these miraculous benefits have been explained, as scientists and nutritionists around the world have documented its properties and unique makeup. However, we still use only the purest, whole-food source of Amalaki found anywhere in the world, grown where it originated, fed by the cleanest air and water on the planet. Furthermore, the fruit is wildcrafted, a harvesting technique where the Amalaki is taken from trees as they are found in nature, hand-picked according to ancient techniques.


For more than 2,500 years, Ginger has been used to treat ailments and please the pallet. Today the edible portion of the perennial plant is used worldwide in a variety of ways. In France they use it to flavor a liqueur and the United Kingdom produces a ginger flavored wine. In the Middle East, ginger powder is used as a spice for coffee and in the West, we use Ginger to satisfy our sweet tooth in gingerbread, ginger ale, ginger snaps—even ginger candy.

Generally Ginger is used to improve digestion, absorption and assimilation. In addition, Ginger has been used frequently for dyspepsia and colic, to ease pain from arthritis, has blood thinning and cholesterol lowering properties that can help treat heart disease, and can be an effective treatment for nausea. Gingerols have shown evidence of aiding the movement of the gastrointestinal tract and have antibacterial, sedative, antipyretic, and analgesic properties.


Native to tropical South Asia, Turmeric—often misspelled as Tumeric—thrives in temperatures between 20 and 30 degree Celsius with plenty of rain. After a process of boiling and then drying Turmeric in hot ovens, rhizomes are extracted from it, ground into a powder and used as a spice and dye. Curcumin, its active ingredient, has a peppery flavor and smells similar to mustard. Turmeric is used in many food products and can usually be found in curry powders.

Turmeric has demonstrated ability to compliment circulation and digestion. In India, it is used as an antiseptic to treat burns and cuts and Ayurvedic doctors value Turmeric for its fluoride. The United States National Institutes of Health is conducting four clinical trials to determine if curcumin is an effective treatment for pancreatic cancer, Alzheimer's and colorectal cancer. Curcumin has been used for thousands of years as a safe anti-inflammatory and may be an effective treatment for psoriasis. Finally, Turmeric has demonstrated some ability to help slow down the spread of some cancers.


Tulsi, also spelled Tulasi and referred to as Holy Basil, is an aromatic plant and, beyond its many culinary purposes, has particular spiritual relevance as well. Some Hindus consider a household incomplete without a Tulsi plant and still others provide structural spaces within the home especially for their Tulsi. In other spiritual practices, Tulsi is used to make necklaces.

Medicinally, Tulsi has been known to enhance digestion and intestinal health. The plant's extracts are also used in remedies for colds, headaches, stomach ailments, inflammation, heart disease, and malaria. Recent studies suggest that Tulsi may be effective as a painkiller and may help reduce glucose and cholesterol levels. It also has antioxidant properties.


Schizandra is a famous tonic historically consumed by Chinese royalty and by Daoist masters. Schizandra is renowned as a beauty tonic and is considered to be a youth preserving herb. It is also said to be a powerful tonic to the brain and is believed in China to improve memory. For the body, it is known to improve overall strength.

Schizandra may also help mental function and memory. It is used in many tonic formulations as an astringent, while in traditional Chinese medicine it is used to resist infections, increase skin health, and combat insomnia, coughing, and thirst. Modern Chinese research suggests that Schizandra has a protective effect and may help people with chronic illness.


Jujube is a small tree or shrub with thorny braches, green, shiny leaves and edible fruit that, when mature, resembles a date (which led to the nickname Chinese Date). Jujube fruit has been cultivated for over 4,000 years and can grow in a wide range of temperatures—although hot summers are required to successfully produce fruit.

Jujube is known to calm nerves. By grounding the fruit to a powder, small amounts can be used to promptly reduce the effects of stress and purify the blood. In addition, the compound called Ziziphin found in Jujube leaves can suppress the sweet taste in humans and Jujube fruit helps sooth the throat.


All seven types of Haritaki fruit have their own unique look, flavor and benefits as well as anthraquinone-like (laxative) chemicals, tannins and astringents. Haritaki fruit is part of triphala, the three-fruit formula in Ayurveda. It is generally administered in triphala form rather than by itself to draw upon its tonic effects.

Haritaki has been shown to nourish tissues, particularly the heart, liver, and kidney. It is used to treat diseases of the eye (both internally and externally). In addition, Haritaki, by blocking the ability to utilize sugars, may help to eliminate bacteria and have cholesterol-lowering qualities.

Saturday, December 8, 2007

What does it cost & how do I get started!

There are many options to join Zrii! Most of our team joined Zrii by purchasing the $255 pack. This pack includes 4/25oz bottles for our personal use, plus 30/3oz sample bottles to distribute and use as marketing tools. Others in our group joined by purchasing either the 4/25oz bottles ($120) or the 30/3oz sample bottles ($135).

Either way, along with purchasing a one time starter kit for $49.95, you are ready to get started. The only difference in these two options is the percentages you will receive over the course of the 90 day start up bonus.

You must have a personal sales volume of 240PV to qualify for the 40/30/20 percent fast start bonus. A 120PV qualifies you for the 30/20/10 fast start bonus. Since either the 4 pk or Frig packs equals 120PV you can mix and match to qualify for the 240PV and receive the higher fast start pay out.

The 255 pk is the only pack where you could sign up just 3 people (who purchased at this same level) and you would cover the cost of your product the first month. The $255 pk plus start up kit would totals $304.95. Since you would make a 40% start up bonus on your 3 you would receive a check for $306.00. The second month (at the 30% level) you would receive $229.50 (which almost pays for your product). The 3rd month you’d receive $153, which covers half of your cost! Plus, of course you’d still be signing up more people and on each of these new people this same scenario applies.

So what happens when the percentages decrease, say from 40 to 30 percent? It doesn’t go back to the company! Actually, what happens is 5% goes to your sponsor and the other 5% percent goes to their sponsor. The same thing happens when you go from 30% to 20% …5% goes up two more levels. You can see how this can benefit you as your business grows!

The Fast Start Bonus is paid weekly! When you sign someone up, you are quickly making income without delay!

Plus there are a total of 7 ways to earn income! Take a look here!

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Why Zrii and Why Now!

Bill’s business acumen and interest has led him to closely study the nutrition business in recent years. He has observed a clear trend towards super foods and plants as a source of balanced nutrition, and an explosive trend towards beverages as a palatable and popular method of delivery.

Recently, Bill and the Chopra Center were discussing the great foods and herbs of the world. Bill asked if any super foods had yet to be truly discovered on a global scale. Was there a fruit with a compelling, unique nutritional story that could help millions of people improve their health? The Chopra Center began to describe the AMALAKI FRUIT to Bill.

Amalaki, known in India as amla, is the central fruit in ayurveda. It is widely regarded as one of the world’s most powerful rejuvenating foods, and has been revered above all other foods for over 5,000 years in traditional ayurvedic medicine. Its nutritive qualities are well chronicled in many ancient medical journals and hundreds of modern studies alike. Its benefits are heralded in countless testimonials by those who eat the fruit in India today. The Chopra Center taught Bill that amalaki is a powerful superfood, loaded with pythonutrients that are necessary to rejuvenate and restore vitality.

Bill engaged a world‐class formulation team of doctors and nutrition experts who created the product that is now taking the world by storm. Thanks to the wisdom of the Chopra Center and nutrition experts, and the vision and vast financial resources of Bill Farley, people in all cultures can now benefit from the amalaki fruit and a host of other nutritious companion fruits and herbs.
The world now has Zrii.

Founded by celebrity CEO Bill Farley, and wholeheartedly endorsed by the world famous Chopra Center, Zrii has become an overnight sensation.