Free Call: Eric Jones – Young Kingz

Guest Speaker: Eric Jones & Young Kingz

Eric Jones share his journey and the program him and Chris Mason Sr. founded “Young Kingz”.  Below is the unedited version of our weekly conference call held every Thursday @ 7:00 to 8:00 pm.


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Young Kingz

Young Kingz – Eric Jones

Eric tells us about himself, his disabilities and the adjustments that he have made in life.

  • Tells us about yourself.  General info, age, where you live, education, etc.
  • Tell us about your disabilities. (Things you have had to overcome), How did you turn lemon into lemonade.
  • Make no excuses but make adjustments.
Make no excuses but make adjustments. Eric Jones Click To Tweet

What is your 3 Principles of having Heart (B.E.T)

  • Believe has a lie in the middle.
    1. Sometime you don’t see the big picture
    2. Work hard to get to that spot
  • Effort is a determined attempt, but once you attempt will you determined?
    1. Something bigger than yourself
  • Trust the progress of the process
3 Principles of having Heart (B.E.T) Believe, Effort & Trust Click To Tweet

Tell us about Young Kingz

Young Kingz

Young Kingz

Young Kingz a non-profit volunteer organization for young men ages 11 - 18. Click To Tweet

4 Core Values: Integrity, Respect, Accountability and Loyalty.

Young Kingz Inc. provides mentoring services to organizations. Their goal is to make services available that Inspire, Empower, Teach, Support and Serve each individual that participates in their program so they are prepared with the essential tools and understanding to overcome any obstacle and succeed in all areas of life.

Young Kingz are Hope Dealers - Eric Jones Click To Tweet

Key points that Eric made:

  • Work in progress
  • Avoid blame
  • Partners with like minded people (Accountability Partner)
  • Loyalty – remember who help them out
A Disconnect is how old problems stay a Current Problems. Click To Tweet

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Our Mission-Weight Loss & Wellness Call  

Welcome to the “Weight Loss & Wellness Conference Call” our mission is to provide support and encouragement which will help you on your journey. Weight is not always what we see on the scale. Weight can be mental and emotional baggage.


Our goal for the “Weight Loss & Wellness Call” is to help you identify weight, whether it be mental, physical or emotional  and release it for good. In order to do that we will offer Simple Solutions that will help you transform your life.


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This call pro­vides gen­eral infor­ma­tion and dis­cus­sion about weight loss, health and related sub­jects.  The con­tent pro­vided on the call are not intended and should not be con­strued as med­ical advice. If you have a med­ical con­cern, please con­sult with an appropriately-licensed physi­cian or healthcare worker.

Tonight class

Overview Last Week – Sheila

  • Gary Chapman – 5 Love Language

Don’t Forget – Stephanie

  • June – Plank Challenge
  • Great time for Sun Tea
  • Vegetable Tray vs. buying vegetables

Dimensions of Health

  1. Physical
  2. Social
  3. Emotional Health
  4. Spiritual Health
  5. Environmental Health
  6. Financial

Weigh Loss Call Info

Dial Info

7:00 – 8:00pm

Connect by Phone

Dial: (218) 339-7800

Participant Access Code: 730 6027

Online meeting room:

Contact Information

Stephanie Flowers – 219-682-4663

Sheila Evans – 847-624-9515

Roxanne Wilking M.S. Education 847-445-4678

Accountability Tip 25 – Establish and Maintain Your Focus through the Season

Halloween and all of its sweet filled indulgences are behind us and Thanksgiving is right around the corner.  We can legitimately say we are in the midst of the Holiday Season.  This will signal the beginning of a marathon of eating, spending, and other guilty pleasures.

We lose focus on our true desires and succumb to temptations that take us away from our goals.  We promise ourselves that we will eat better, drink less, start a diet, curb our spending, and in other words get on track.

We say we will start on Monday or the next week. Then it moves to next year so we create elaborate New Year’s resolutions. Ultimately, we find ourselves in a cycle of procrastination and the Holiday Season turns into 52 weeks. Each week and throughout the year we say we will wait until everything gets back to normal.  Here’s a news flash, normal does not exist without a plan.

Let’s get focused and establish some real goals for getting and staying on track. Put a limit on your spending, eating, drinking, or any over indulgent habit that comes with this season.  No, we are not suggesting you be Scrooge.  However, to remain focused, in the words of our grandmother, “you must plan your work and work your plan.”  This simply means that you set goals, make them a priority, and actively work towards achieving them.

Plan it out.  Make it happen. Not sure how? That’s where we can help.  Dr. SheLution can transform your dream into simple steps.

Accountability Tip 24 – Criticism

Alright everyone you are on your journey to getting focused.  We introduced you to “opportunity” and its twin “obstacle.”  What happens when an obstacle takes the form of criticism?  You find yourself stuck. Elbert Hubbard says “the only way to avoid criticism is to do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing.”  That would not be living.  So we say bring on the criticism.

You heard the saying when the student is ready the teacher will appear.  Our teacher came in the form of a little book we found at Goodwill, Giving and Receiving Criticism Your Key to Interpersonal Success by Patti Hathaway.

When properly given criticism is so powerful it can be the difference between success and failure. Criticism can point you to opportunity by showing you what’s working and what’s not.  Why do we get stuck when we hear criticism?  We take it personal, often viewing it as something negative.

However, ask yourself is the criticism speaking to who you are or what you are doing.  Who you are is tied to self-image and how you want the world to view you.  What you do is an action, actions do not have emotion.  When you mix up the two, criticism can hurt.

Patti takes the sting out of criticism and explains how criticism can be an indispensable part of our lives.  Join us next week at as we review chapter by chapter her approach to making criticism our friend.

Chapter 1 – Why is Criticism Difficult to Handle?
Chapter 2 – Counteracting Self-Criticism with Positive Talk
Chapter 3 – How Do I Handle Criticism?
Chapter 4 – Types of Criticism
Chapter 5 – Our Response to Criticism
Chapter 6 – Assertive Technique to Handle Criticism
Chapter 7 – Barriers to Giving Constructive Criticism
Chapter 8 – Guidelines for Giving Criticism
Chapter 9 – Handling Recurring Problems
Chapter 10 – Some Final Thoughts on Giving Criticism

Plan it out.  Make it happen. Not sure how? That’s where we can help.  Dr. SheLution can transform your dream into simple steps.

Accountability Tip 23 – Change Focus

The Dr. SheLution Team practice what we teach.  What we write starts with us first. So, for the past week “Focus” has had our attention.  We discovered several things we would like to share.  First, some of our topics will be better explained if written in a series, allowing further dialogue, examples and explanation.  Moving forward introductions to topics will be done via our newsletter.  However, the series will be posted on our website.  “Genius”, I tell you.

Secondly, like most of you we encounter obstacles, but that’s ok as a matter of fact that’s great.  Obstacles; is the twin brother of Opportunity, it slows us down for our protection.  This is a good thing it causes us to stop, focus and evaluate.  It generates the question, are we on the the right path? It also creates the opportunity to course correct when needed.

Just imagine skiing down the slope of life going over small bumps, around trees, speeding up and slowing down and often falling along the way.  This makes the trip enjoyable enough to get on the lift and do it again.  If you didn’t enjoy the trip you would realize it’s not for you. The “Obstacles” along the way were  lessons to be  learned and the chance for you to discover another path which leads to more “Opportunity”.

Keep your Focus.  Remember “Obstacles” will generate questions, whereas “Opportunity” show you areas you may need to change.