Jun
24

My Criteria for Recommendations

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Occasionally I like to share different things that have been enhancing my life lately, things I’ve appreciated, and I thought maybe I should say a word about my recommendations.

One thing you should know about me: I love to learn.

So my ear is always open to new things, new ways to improve my life.

Then I like to pass on anything I think will be really valuable to you.

Please know that I’m very picky about what I recommend, though.

My Criteria for Recommendations

  1. I have to have used it and truly benefited from it myself. Every single product I recommend here must be something I have used and continue to use myself. I must have experienced measurable results (which I will describe in my review in detail.) And I have either used it over a reasonable amount of time, or seen remarkable quick results that have lasted.
  2. It has to be of real benefit to a large number of people with various ailments. If it only targets an issue few people have, I won’t review or recommend it.
  3. It has to be complementary in some way to The Healing Codes. I believe The Healing Codes are one of the best self-care healing systems out there. I will not promote any other energy healing system because I believe The Healing Codes are the best. Clients who have tried everything else under the sun affirm this. The products I recommend must do something that supports and enhances The Healing Codes, but are not a substitute for The Healing Codes. (You will see what I mean when you read a review.)
  4. I must have some kind of experience with the company and feel good about their philosophy and marketing methods.  The company must be solid, with a solid product and ethical people and practices (as far as I’ve been able to tell). This is extremely important to me. There’s too much hype and schlocky products out there. I can usually spot them right away, but sometimes problems surface later. That’s why I have to have a history myself with dealing with the company.
  5. The product or person must not conflict with my values or worldview. This is not to say that everyone I recommend will entirely line up with my own views. I respect other people’s perspectives and think that people who think differently than me often have much to teach me. But if there’s a fundamental conflict with my own values, I either won’t recommend them, or I’ll mention my reservations.
  6. The product must be a very good value for the price. There are some products out there I’ve tried that are very good, but honestly, they are overpriced. I need to feel that a product has to be well worth the money before I will recommend it. If I have reservations, I’ll tell you about it.

Good value may not mean “inexpensive.” I always try to adopt an investment mentality. Is this something that will provide enough value to either pay for itself, or make it somehow a worthwhile investment?

For instance, I invested the $5000 in the HALO Light System and waited two months to test HALO with myself and other people I know, before I said anything about it to my Healing Codes followers. So far the value has been well worth it. Every day I feel better and better. It’s even started to say me money on supplements not needed (for instance, for sleep), and chiropractic visits no longer needed (my chronic neck pain is nearly gone).

Also, I like to give back. Some things I recommend pay me an affiliate commission. If I get a commission when you buy from me, I usually try to find a way to give back through some kind of bonus that will enhance your experience of the product. This is ALWAYS going to be true if it’s a big-ticket item.

You can see the few products I recommend on this page on my site. If you don’t see a recommendation, it’s either because I haven’t had the opportunity or interest to put it through my three criteria–or it failed one of the tests.

I just wanted you to know all this about me and what I promote and recommend. 🙂 I don’t do it lightly, and I do it in love–for you.

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