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About dileog

Trained as a pharmacist, I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Pharmacy, operated and owned pharmacies for over 20 years and have done all types of sales and consulting jobs. I am also certified with Trinity College of Health as a CNHP- Certified Natural Health Provider, because I feel that the alternative medicine field is a necessary compliment to the medical field. I traveled the country opening up Wellness Stores within Pharmacies and worked with a pharmacy buying group for 15 years consulting with independent pharmacies. I enjoy certain types of sales, mostly MLM, where you can operate your own business. Currently, I am working with a Legal Plan Provider company that deals with legal issues and identity theft, and reviving my Real Estate investing business again. I still dabble in the nutritional areas. I am also helping my partners, a physician, and nurse, developing some unique nutritional products which have been challenging but fun.

Master Key 2019 – WEEK 22 Be The Change

WEEK 22 – Be The Change Leave a reply Week 22 – “When we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change” One of the most thought-provoking weeks for me has been this week. I … Continue reading

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Master Key – 2019 WEEK 21 I Train My Brain

WEEK 21   I Train my Brain If we can train our mind, to concentrate on a singular idea and focus with a laser-like tendency then we can accomplish almost anything. (Law of Substitution) As the weeks have passed by, all … Continue reading

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Master Key 2019 – WEEK 20 Six Degrees of Separation

WEEK 20 – Six Degrees of Separation Leave a reply   For those of you who wonder exactly what the term ‘Six degrees of separation‘ refers to, is the idea that all living things and everything else in the world … Continue reading

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Master Key 2019 – WEEK 19 – Mood Swings

WEEK – 19 Mood Swings Emotions are a strange thing. As Frank Sinatra sang in his classic song, “That’s life” a person’s mood and their fortunes can sometimes change in an instant. I have my share of mood changes that … Continue reading

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Master Key 2019 – Week 18 Changing the Way I look at Things

 WEEK 18 – Changing the Way I Look At Things Week 18 – “When we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change” One of the most thought-provoking weeks for me has been this week. I … Continue reading

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Master Key 2019 – WEEK 17 Gratitude & Happiness

WEEK – 17  Gratitude & Happiness Is the glass half full or half empty and how does that relate to Gratitude?  The concepts of good vs evil have always been the primary battle at center stage in everyone’s life, but so … Continue reading

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Master Key 2019 – WEEK 16 Kindness is the Best of all Virtues

WEEK 16 – Kindness is the Best of all Virtues I have to be truly honest when I have said that a lot of the exercises we have done in this course I felt were rather childish. I did not think … Continue reading

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Master Key 2018 WEEK 15 “Point of No-Return or the End of Self-Sabotage”

“Point of No-Return or the End of Self-Sabotage” Noted speaker and author, Alyce P. Cornyn-Selby, once said, “Self-sabotage is when we say we want something and then go about making sure it doesn’t happen.” ~  After 15 weeks of the … Continue reading

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Master Keys 2018 – WEEK 14 Dealing with Stigma’s of Life

Dealing with Stigmas of Life For most of my adolescence and adulthood, my life has been governed strictly by feelings and emotions. I justified this pattern using the excuse that I am a descendant of “Latin Ethnicity”, and thus those characteristics … Continue reading

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Master Key – 2018 – Week 13 – For Auld Lang Syne

For Auld Lang Syne As another year goes by the wayside, it’s time to make serious changes without professing ridiculous New Year’s resolutions, and fortifying the old blueprint. Now more than ever, I must “always keep my promises” and a … Continue reading

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