Dennis Yu

Phil Mershon: Journey of Healing with Kaqun Water

Introduction to Kaqun Water Therapy Phil Mershon embarked on a trip to Las Vegas to relieve his persistent health issues, which had been deteriorating over time, affecting his lungs, sinuses, stomach, and cognitive abilities. In his quest for healing, he discovered Kaqun, a therapy involving immersion in oxygenated water designed to oxygenate cells and eliminate toxins. Intrigued by the potential benefits, Phil was eager to share his experience with his friend Lindsay, who was aware of his ongoing health struggles. Insights and Progress Through Therapy Phil learned from his friend Joanne that Kaqun water therapy had proven effective for cancer patients by delivering oxygen directly to cells and facilitating the body’s detoxification process. He likened it to hyperbaric chambers with a gentler and more accessible approach. Phil encouraged Lindsay to delve into the research on Kaqun and consider discussing it with her holistic doctors, offering to provide supporting studies to aid her investigation. Having dealt with frequent sickness, sinus problems, and respiratory complications over the years, Phil’s concentration, decision-making, and overall mental well-being had been adversely affected. With anticipation, he arrived in Las Vegas and began his first day at Kaqun, the facility offering Kaqun water baths and treatments. Overcoming Challenges and Seeking Growth Phil candidly acknowledged his struggles with addiction, encompassing various stimulants and habits. He recognized that discipline and accountability played crucial roles in overcoming these addictions, along with seeking professional counseling and guidance. While Kaqun water therapy positively impacted the physical aspects of his cravings, he acknowledged the need for additional help in overcoming alcohol addiction and redirecting his devotion toward spiritual growth. During his initial day of therapy, Phil experienced a surprising reaction in his sinuses while taking his first bath. It felt like years of chronic sinus issues, surgeries, and antibiotic treatments were being released from his body. Uncertain about what lay ahead, Phil completed his first day of three daily baths and reflected on his purpose for coming to Las Vegas: to address stress, anxiety, chronic illness, and improve his overall well-being. Progress and Lessons Learned During his treatment, Phil noticed significant changes in his physical and mental state. He experienced moments of weakness, tiredness, and heaviness in the chest, indicating the therapy’s effectiveness in addressing respiratory conditions and promoting detoxification. Additionally, Phil discovered that combining Kaqun water with supplements such as milk thistle enhanced their efficacy. Through conversations with Dr. Lyons, the founder of Kaqun, Phil learned that the therapy was stirring up dormant health issues, specifically aspergillosis. The oxygen in the Kaqun water attacked and pushed out the fluids associated with this condition, leading to temporary pressure in his chest. Dr. Lyons assured Phil that this effect would subside within the second week of treatment. Furthermore, monitoring the color of his urine served as an indicator of the toxins being flushed out of his cells. Embracing a Holistic Approach to Well-being As Phil progressed through his therapy, he recognized the significant role mental health played in overall well-being. He understood that nutrition, hydration, and the substances we consume and surround ourselves with all have an impact. Phil became more mindful of what he put into his body, diversified his diet, and considered incorporating daily affirmations into his bath routine to enhance mental well-being. Throughout his journey, Phil experimented with different techniques and observed their effects. For instance, he tried using Kaqun water for nasal rinses, which resulted in a burning sensation and increased sneezing, demonstrating the water’s potency. He also discovered that podcasts and moments of stillness were more effective than music during the lengthy bath sessions, highlighting the importance of finding a balance between stimulation and relaxation. Navigating Challenges and Gratitude As Phil progressed to three baths a day, he encountered new challenges, such as fatigue, sinus discomfort, and stomach disturbances. However, he understood that these difficulties were part of the detoxification process, indicating that his body was undergoing significant changes, releasing toxins, and working towards healing. Emotional turbulence also emerged, leading to occasional moments of vulnerability and tears. Throughout his journey, Phil found encouragement and support from the Kaqun team, fellow participants, and his loved ones. He unearthed long-forgotten memories, contributing to a better understanding of his journey and personal growth. These discoveries fueled his determination to embrace the process fully and seek professional help when necessary. Continuing the Healing Journey Annika Brown, the daughter of the founder of Kaqun, provides insights on incorporating Kaqun water therapy into daily life for ongoing benefits. She suggests lifestyle changes, foot baths, regular consumption of Kaqun water, light exercise, IV therapy, and involving spouses in the wellness journey. She also recommends incorporating infrared sauna sessions for additional benefits. Phil Mershon discovered that Kaqun water, often referred to as living water, possesses activated cells that bring life to the body. This experience reminded Phil of the biblical concept of living water, symbolizing eternal nourishment and continuous rejuvenation. Drawing inspiration from a biblical story, Phil realized the significance of immersing oneself in water for healing. Reflecting on the Healing Journey Phil acknowledged that his healing with Kaqun water involved an ongoing process. Each day presented unique challenges and benefits, ranging from experiencing fatigue, chest tightness, and breathing difficulties to moments of mental and spiritual reflection. Phil recognized the importance of embracing the highs and lows of his healing journey, trusting in the power of prayer and mindset shifts. Honest Experiences and Surprising Occurrences Phil shared his honest experiences with Kaqun baths, emphasizing that they were not a simple remedy but an intricate process. He described days when he felt completely drained and canceled plans due to exhaustion. Phil also highlighted the variability of each bath, with some leaving him refreshed and others triggering headaches or sinus sensations. Additionally, he mentioned the need for frequent bathroom visits due to increased water consumption. As Phil reached the final days of his 14-day journey, he reflected on his progress. Despite enduring intense detoxification symptoms, such as fatigue, nausea, and stomach flare-ups, Phil remained hopeful and acknowledged the

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How I Grew Gavin Lira From 12 Followers to 18,000 Using the Dollar-a-Day Strategy

Wondering how some people rise above the noise and get a high following on their social media accounts? Let me show you how I grew Gavin Lira’s account from 12 followers to 18,000 using the “Facebook for a Dollar-a-Day strategy.”

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The Hammer Is Hiring a Manager for Our Content Factory

Darryl Issacs, a Personal Injury Attorney at Issacs and Issacs– The Hammer, needs a business person to help him drive more cases to grow his law firm using Content Factory.  Google “Dennis Yu Content Factory” or “Digital Marketer Content Factory” to understand these four stages. Darryl’s producing a ton of content as a figurehead, but he has other partners and attorneys, and he needs to create content in Spanish. The firm handles various cases nationwide, including truck, motorcycle, and car accidents. One way to manage this content is by using a team of virtual assistants to capture the stories of clients who have experienced life-changing accidents and share them to help more people. When producing content, it’s important to have a strategy and repurpose it for multiple channels, not just TikTok, YouTube, or Facebook.  Then we will boost it using the dollar-a-day strategy– Which is the last stage in Content Factory. The beauty of managing this content factory is that you can show that you’re managing and growing the firm, provably and analytically. This position has the potential to be very well paid, especially if you can show that you can drive results and understand the different stages of the content factory. When applying, it’s important to show that you understand the business side of things and can generate results, not just list your resume and years of experience.  If you can prove you can drive results and understand the process, you might be eligible for bonus compensation.

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Using Authenticity to Succeed on Social Media

Your social media is failing because you’re not showing yourself doing the thing you actually do. If you’re a garage door technician, show yourself working on a garage door. If you’re a health and wellness practitioner, show yourself treating patients. You can certainly have talking-head videos as voiceovers on top of the actual doing. Recipe to Succeed on Social Media Showing what you’re doing is trickier for digital marketing agencies. Because who wants to see Zoom calls and emails? So my agency friends do the following things: People fear that AI will ruin marketing, but only for those who write generic articles that a robot can write. Therefore, show real stories of what you do with your clients on social media. AI uses a sample of the world’s collective knowledge to create content. I learned from interviewing top AI SaaS founders that AI is not fundamentally designed to map relationships and events. Facebook is closest to this approach, but they are trying to beat TikTok by showing users the ‘best’ content instead of just what your friends are doing. I believe that Facebook will continue to outperform TikTok in generating local leads because it lets friends and neighbors know what other people are up to. So, if you show what you do, you will win.

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The Role of Organization Structure and Tools

Huge corporations suffer from bureaucracy– well-meaning SOPs that are actually a strait jacket, preventing progress. On the other hand, start-ups suffer from a lack of organization— hoping to move quickly but getting in their own way. While these stereotypes of large and small companies are mostly true, there is a 3rd category that is so dangerous that it kills most agencies and startups. It’s the debilitating collecting of tools and formation of random spreadsheets– giving the illusion of organization. But really, it’s to serve the personal preferences of those who have a tool fetish. The organization structure and tools should always serve the people— not the other way around. My mentors, who ran two Fortune 100 companies, explained this to me– that org structure should be flexible to adjust to the company’s needs. Otherwise, we have blind obedience to something that may have seemed like a good idea or worked back then. A CEO’s job is to reduce the friction and obstacles in the way of getting results. Do you have processes and people that are RELENTLESSLY focused on your client’s success? Or is there nonsense in the way?

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Set Up Your Own Content Factory

I just posted 100 unique pieces of content across multiple channels and brands in the last hour. How To Set Up Your Own Content Factory | Dennis Yu No automation, no VAs, no low-quality content. From my photos app, I shared directly to each social network since using tools and not posting natively limits reach. Most posts are co-created content, meaning it’s a picture or short video with someone else. Way easier to co-create content throughout the day as the moments happen than to have to come up with topics and then a film by yourself. I tag these other people and organizations since these posts honor them instead of talking about me. A few days later, I’ll go back to each channel to find which posts did the best and put $1 a day against them, maybe more. Most of the content I create is evergreen, meaning it’s not tied to a holiday or news— so my content never expires. This lets my best performers from years ago continue to drive results for me. And then our army of VAs can still edit the content, repurpose it, and boost it. Because a piece of content shouldn’t only live on one channel and live only organically. For example, this blog post could be turned into a LinkedIn post or Facebook post, so we can get distribution there, especially for SEO. If you like this, you can learn more about how to set up your own Content Factory.

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Positive Thinking Drives Your Beliefs, Actions, and Destiny

Positive Thinking Drives Your Beliefs, Actions, and Destiny Wise men have told me about “The Secret,”… the idea that positive thinking drives your beliefs, actions, and destiny. That what your heart desires is limited only by your beliefs. And for decades, the engineer in me stubbornly clung to the safety of proof— repeatable science. The woo-woo of manifestation sounded more like healing crystals and chakras than something I could rely on. Darryl Isaacs told me how he gets the benefit of electricity without needing to understand how it works. I look back with sadness at my life and see how many times I had massive opportunities placed in my lap, only to be rejected by me because I didn’t think it was possible or, more commonly, because I didn’t think I deserved such a good thing. I scoffed at entrepreneurs who paid $50,000 to attend mastermind groups, mainly to up their “mindset”. Now that I’ve tasted success, I realize I was the idiot all along. ++ Why hire only 20 people just for me when we can create a million jobs for all our friends? ++ Why believe I’m “too busy” to help a friend when doing so will pay me back 10 times that in ways I’d never imagined? ++ Why not give generously not because you want the attention but because it’s the right thing, which God will reward you handsomely later? ++ Why not drop the grudge against that jerk who screwed you over, not because you’re a saint, but for your own well-being? ++ Why not openly share everything you know how to do, even to direct competitors, since you know there is more for everyone? ++ Why not be willing to learn from everyone around you, especially young adults, since we don’t know everything? My hope is that you realize and reap the rewards today of what has taken me a lifetime to finally be open to accepting.

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Doubt Your Doubters

“Doubt your doubts before you doubt your faith.” – Uchtdorf As you make progress toward your goals, haters are inevitable. They’ll try to distract you, attack you– in the hopes you’ll doubt yourself and then fail. Since then, their failure is somehow YOUR fault. Surround yourself with people who believe in you. The quote above is from a spiritual leader but applies widely. Doubt your doubters, too— trust your mentors who have already done what you desire. Perhaps this is the encouragement you needed to hear today.

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Doing One Thing Well is What Scales

Doing One Thing Well is What Scales. You can always change your niche later. It’s easier to serve 50 clients in the same industry, implementing the same package– than 50 random clients in 50 different industries. Narrowing down to one industry can feel “limiting”–after all, if we offer everything to everyone, we can be bigger, right? Being involved in many agencies, I can tell you the reality is that doing one thing well is what scales. Don’t diversify until you have $20 million annual recurring revenue in ONE industry. Besides the operational efficiencies of being able to do one thing really well for one type of client (SEO for law firms, for example), you also create the perception of excellence in that category. After all, would you trust a doctor who says they can do 1,000 different types of surgeries or a doctor who has done 1,000 appendectomies? You can always change your niche later.

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Surround Yourself with Considerate People

A painful mistake that gives me grief and sleepless nights is working with people who don’t share the same values. Your WHY is not just some fuzzy thing that motivational speakers say. For example, I surround myself only with considerate people who want to help others. I accidentally violated this rule this week and paid for it heavily. You don’t have time to watch your back at every moment or argue with people who try to rationalize away poor performance— since they’re too lazy to level up. Even if they’re super smart, don’t let these people into your circle. People who have an abundance mindset won’t see their gain needing to come at your loss or be afraid of superstars joining the team. Thus, share your values openly— not because you want to be famous but because you want to repel this cancer.

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