The Alden Report

This week, I’m honored to welcome Dr. Tony O’Donnell.  Growing up as a poor youth in a family of eleven children in Ireland, Tony O’Donnell understood early on what it meant to go through hard times. After the passing of several members of his close family, including his father to heart disease and his fiancé to cancer, Tony turned his grief from these tragedies into a positive force. Tony put into action an important dream: to help others keep healthy, active, energetic, and to get what they want out of life.

As a Certified Herbalist and Nutritionist, Dr. Tony has motivated many to change their lives for the better, enforcing the principle that “If you feel better, you perform better.” His passion for helping others has led to a remarkable career in teaching the art of a healthy lifestyle.

Dr. Tony has been employed as a speaker by several Fortune 500 companies to share his “mantra of success”. Dr. Tony is “an energetic motivational guru that mixes sound business principles with a healthy dose of nutrition”, according to friend and motivational speaker, Brian Tracy. Tony’s comfort with large audiences, clever narratives, and the ability to speak openly and honestly, allows him to give powerful and entertaining presentations. Known as the herb doc he has been seen on HSN, ABC, NBC, FOX News, CNN, and Talk Radio Network. He is the author of 15 books on healthy living, wellness and personal empowerment, TV and radio host, and a humanitarian. In 2001 he was awarded “Man of the Year” by the Leukemia Society.

With his Irish wit and keen sense of humor Tony has increasingly become a popular personality on radio and television, including his own radio show on Talk Radio Network. His vibrant personality and dedication to improving the lives of others has made quite an impression gaining accolades from Brian Tracy, Mark Victor Hansen, and famed Chicken Soup for the Soul author, Jack Canfield. Jack also interviewed Tony for his success principles book.

While emphasizing to others the importance of living a healthy lifestyle, Dr. Tony has a strong commitment to his own personal physical fitness and is a third degree black belt. Dr. Tony stresses the significant role that a natural lifestyle, proper nutrition and exercise play in one’s well being.

For more information on Dr. Tony visit: https://radiantgreens.com/


 



 


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Michael Alden is the Founder and CEO of Blue Vase Marketing, a premier Direct Response Marketing firm, recognized for three consecutive years by the Inc. 5000 list of America's fastest growing private companies. Alden is also a three-time Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of Ask More Get More, 5% More, and Blueprint to Business. These books offer pragmatic and simple self-help guides teaching readers how to get more out of life and reach new levels of success. In this raw and unfiltered podcast, Michael discusses fresh business ideas and alternative health and wellness ideas as well as timeless and proven success principles. These recordings offer a rare glimpse into what it takes to be powerful and healthy in business and in life. This description is from The Alden Report.

Michael Alden is the Founder and CEO of Blue Vase Marketing, a premier Direct Response Marketing firm, recognized for three consecutive years by the Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest growing private companies. Alden is also a three-time Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of Ask More Get More, 5% More, and Blueprint to Business. These books offer pragmatic and simple self-help guides teaching readers how to get more out of life and reach new levels of success. In this raw and unfiltered podcast, Michael discusses fresh business ideas as well as timeless and proven success principles. These unedited recordings offer a rare glimpse into what it takes to be powerful in business and in life.


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