Hello, my name is Juan vides and I’m the founder and host of winning on Wednesday was a virtual networking platform that brings together between 50 to 80. Members weekly to share ideas, discuss their business and to get to know each other while encourage the building of relationships before doing business. As I often say people do business with people they know like and trust and talk about trust. today. We have the pleasure of speaking with Tim Daniels, Tim Daniels works to improve health wellness, care to help live longer and performing better. His approach to this was to gain adaptation by both the fitness business that are leading edge yet proven business scientifically sound natural non invasive, non pharmaceutical and performing without side effects. This primary offering is a P EMF health self care device Tim’s motivation to provide innovation and rehabilitation preventative and performance Wellness offers comes from seeing people in distress when he operated Home Care for the Elderly agency plus his personal wear and tear from athletic competition the training to to compete as a division one collegiate wrestler exposure to Chinese medicines discipline is part of his study of Chinese martial arts, collaboration with a wide range of conventional medicines, writing in delivering an In Home Care Plus background as a former high tech executive from the foundation for his ability to to execute on his objective. Tim is originally a native of Grand Island, Nebraska, holds an economics and an MBA from the University of Chicago. From booth schools of business. Guesses 10 Daniels? How are you doing? Tim? undergraduate degree from Stanford University and an economics and an MBA from the University of Chicago. From booth schools of business. Guesses 10 Daniels? How are you doing? Tim?
Great One and good to be here with you.
Good, good. I always like to start off this question with my guest. And this is simple question is just tell us about your early years. And let’s start with your folks what and you know, always with the business related What did your folks do for a living?
Sure, I get the answer that two ways. One, they were professional parents. So it was a good boon to me. And there were five of us or kids who made it through my eldest sister 16 years older than I am. So they spent then 35 years by the time I was out of the house, they spent 34 years raising kids. Now from professional wise, my dad was a career soldier. So if he’s in the army for 31 years, he retired when I was young, so he gets things after that. But of course, being in the Army that long, and that way of life always kind of shaped the way he approached things and, and dealt with people. And my mother, she has a army wife, you know, kind of became a full time mother for a while then when I was in grade school, she went and became a audiovisual person at a at an elementary school. So that’s, that’s workwise what they did and what they did from a advocacy wise,
well, I just have to say, Wow, and thank you for your family service. You know, I always commend the people in service and and I see I hear that you’re a brat military right, but that’s a good term and, and I know that some people may take that as a bad connotation, but from my understanding from Jenny Bolin, who’s also a military brat it’s also a proud to be parents of people that serve this country.
Absolutely. And I think that Brad actually came as a British term where people were a family that was attached to the British Army as a moved around and and so but then it went on from there but yet above all, he retired when I was eight, the first eight years I by that time I lived in California, Arizona, twice Georgia, Germany and Nebraska but they’re quite proud. I served in serve in two is active in two wars World War Two in Korea and then stateside in Vietnam. So it’s quite it’s quite proud to to have had him as a father.
Wow. And when you were growing up, did you have any hobbies or any interest?
When I when I was quite quite a few it was quite a quite a bit. I played depend upon. If we go from the childhood up to high school, I was playing active a number of sports, finally specialize in wrestling and went on to college to wrestle but then I was also a saxophonist, and really liked playing in a regular band in the jazz band with that, sports sports writer, editor for the news, newspaper, school newspaper. So a lot a lot of it wasn’t a lot of it, but they wrote poetry, so poetry, music, athletics, and things of that nature. Were all kinds of
things for me. Wow. Sounds like a renaissance man. So did you have any role models that influenced you when you like to become and do all these things?
Well, I see. My father you And then Jesus. Yeah. But from a human standpoint, you know, my father was a guy who spoke four languages, I think two of them, two of them self taught can do complex math in his head, was very protective and could protect his family and provide for a family. And at the same time, he could open up and emotionals and he was always very, very mentoring. So in terms of how you in terms of business, interacting with people how to conduct oneself how to speak, you know, he was a he was a role model across the board for me in that regard.
Oh, wow. That’s amazing. It’s truly amazing. And it’s good to hear stories like this, because I wish one day my kid would speak like that to me about me one day, yeah.
And tell me what did you go to school for your what you do for your present job? What did you go to school for? And are you currently do that what you went for school for,
I guess, is related in some ways. My undergraduate degree was in economics, my graduate degree was in business administration, with concentration in marketing and finance statistics. And so since I’ve ran a small run a small business now kind of a solo entrepreneur distributor, certainly I use use the teachings and foundations of what came from that education as well as you know, through some earlier jobs.
Okay, tell Oh, excellent, that’s awesome. Is there a penny or ciments, in your life that you’ve been excited about or proud of?
Oh, quite, quite a, quite a few. You know, I would go back from athletic side, one aspect, I was a walk on athlete in college and the Pacific tan, I’ll date myself a little bit. The Wrestler was able to get athletic scholarship scholarship, but only 30 scholarship to I became an IBM executive in the days and it was very, very tough to become an IBM executive and did did well at that. And, and then we’re raising what I think is a good son. So those are three accomplishments, I
would kind of point out, wow, that’s excellent. Um, you know, at this point, I’d like to share part of our listeners that I like to call like a piece of golden nugget or be wowed or thrilled. Is there anything that you can leave behind that will help business or that or make you more successful or any piece of advice or wisdom they can leave behind?
I think, you know, what’s what’s helped me in the past, though, eight to 18 months, is really the following. I don’t think it’s profound, but I think it’s, and that is the following is pay attention to the basics and of those basics, pick out what is the main thing for one’s business, you know, the, and then focus on that main thing, it really helps. Then, for me, the main thing is talking about people who either use or use a product that I have for wealth creation, or not for wealth creation, but for House of wealth, but also with for health, for health, both self care and health care. Are they in that business? Or are they can they can they use it? And talking about one of the other? And that’s my main thing? And that really helps shape then? What do I have to do day to get to those people? How do I interact with them? What are the skills necessary for them? And that’s really kind of turned around and taking my business to the next level by saying, here’s the main thing and stay constantly focused on the main thing.
Wow, that’s a valuable piece of information. Thank you for sharing that for us. And do you apply this to any like organizations? Do you belong to any, you know, Chambers of Commerce or charitable organizations that you belong to that has helped you?
Well, I look for two things that way. Certainly. There’s a thing called the World Affairs forum that I kind of sit on the board of for Fairfield County and Connecticut, and that’s certainly helping connections and, and brought me my perspective on various things. Also, lunch, we’ll get the Wow, a little bit what’s been very helpful. But lunch, your lunch club platform is really kind of like a business dating service. And I said, that’s led to some very good contacts and conversations conversations for me as part of that.
So you mentioned Wow, so tell us about the wow effect in the world, our stories. So we experienced this exciting moment.
I think it was, there was a person who says Adrian Miller was apathetic and I was looking around for some things I do. And I’m a member of Adrian’s group called AES net. That’s also very helpful. And she said, Look, you you ought to contact this person named Juan Juan vitae. So you and I talked and I became a member I think that’s probably over a year of July. And I will say since then it’s been tremendous and a number in three or four different ways.
You know, agents the best and I love Adrienne Miller on she has the best networking group. I believe. i In the beginning, I wasn’t a believer, and I became a believer once I became a client because once you become a client, then you know it. Doors open, let’s just say and and I was thankful for your dream. and Miller, and I’m always be thankful. So shout out to Adrian.
And then obviously, you know, with with wow, you know, it’s not only what one can get out, get out of it directly and for and referrals, introductions, and I, and I will get to that. But the number one it gave me great people, great professionals to whom I can introduce to my network. So I could be added value to my existing network at the time, and bring four people that can help them in their business. And then number two, it brought me people who I get collaborate, who strengthened my offering, who had complementary and supplementary things, along with what I do so to make me have a more powerful impact directly on my clients. And then thirdly, I did get what was probably the most profitable introduction in the past three years came out of wow, that’s now producing my leading stream of income for the business may make it so pastor soon, but But right now, it’s the it’s a leading one, and will certainly be a significant one for for time to come and looks like.
I am like, wow, I didn’t I wasn’t aware of that. And I’m like, actually, you Well, me.
Wow, that’s tough they could do to get the wild one.
Wow, I’m just impressed. And I’m very grateful. And thank you for being part of the network group, you’ve been great. Now, tell us about the services that you offer. And tell us about what you do for your business. Now,
what I do there’s a medical are a health offering called pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, which I encourage everyone to look at from a number of angles one for for their self care and what they can do to add to that, number two, there are a lot of players in that field. So I’ve looked at it for investment opportunities. And then number three, for me what I do, it’s, I look to have it revolutionize healthcare. And so to me, self care is what one does from the self healthcare as well through providers. And that PMF was a great technology that’s still leading, as we’ve been around for a while was first approved by the FDA, back in the late 70s. And early 80s is be the healing of bone fractures and weren’t responding to other types of treatment. But it’s a great thing for this preventative rehabilitative performance oriented and I believe that can across a wide range of things can produce better, faster outcomes for for providers can help people achieve and for those providers, health care providers that can also give them a great stream of revenue. So that’s that’s what I spend my time doing is getting the adoption of that, that technology out
there. Wow. Well, that’s been great. And, Tim, thank you so much for sharing your story and tell us what’s the best way that the listeners can contact you.
Sorry, Wow, can you repeat that? No, I
said, I said what’s the best way that the listeners can contact you
got a couple of ways one, of course on LinkedIn one is to LinkedIn and find and find Speight. But I’ve got phone number, you can connect with me directly on LinkedIn because I just got a phone number email up there and then my email is probably then other direct way to do that. And that’s Tim Daniels. HC so Tim Daniels H is in hotel season email@example.com.
Okay, well, thank you so much for being my guest today. And that’s all for this episode of The Wild podcast shows and I hope you enjoy our special guest today and his story as much as we enjoyed it and shared it. Keep our channel more inspiring and stories discussions to help you more business grow. So if you’d like to become a member of winning on Wednesday, just please simply visit our website, WWE dot winning on wednesday.com. Scroll down to the first time guest button, follow the directions and I hope to see you in the next meeting. And that’s all Thank you
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