Events Held by Independent Nikken Wellness Consultant's in Utah and Southern Idaho

Monday, March 19, 2018

Save $120 Off the Regular Price of the PiMag Waterfall and $12 Off the replacement Filter

I don't know about you, but our family likes clean, fresh, good tasting water to drink and cook with.

There are basically three different types of readily available drinking water: tap water, filtered water and bottled water. In many countries, tap water is not potable, so it must be boiled first. Even in North America, not all tap water is potable—examples are the Flint, Michigan water crisis and the First Nations Indigenous water crisis in Canada are still not fully resolved.
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Water is supposedly tasteless, but everyone knows tap water can taste nasty. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) conducted a study in 2003 that showed public water supplies in 19 of America’s largest cities delivered drinking water that contained contaminant levels exceeding EPA limits, including rocket fuel, arsenic, lead, fecal waste and chemical byproducts.
According to the NRDC, approximately 25% of bottled water is nothing more than tap water. The best way to find out is to read the label and see whether it tells you how the water is filtered. If it doesn’t say, chances are it’s straight from the tap.
The other problem with bottled water is the bottle itself. Many plastic bottles are created with a chemical called Bis Phenol A, otherwise known as BPA. It’s linked to numerous health issues, including infertility, obesity, diabetes, insomnia, arthritis, heart disease and more. And, the plastic bottles add to the trash that goes into landfills and the oceans, adding to environmental degradation.

Plants Grow Healthier, Faster with PiMag® Water.
Filtered water is clearly the best option for drinking. According to the Food and Water Watch Organization, even expensive water filters are more cost effective than bottled water, especially when evaluating costs over a 5, 10 and 20-year period.
Water filters offer the last line of defense between the body and the more than 2,100 known toxins that may be present in drinking water. Experts recommend looking for a water filter that satisfies the standards of NSF International, a nonprofit organization that conducts safety testing for food and water industries. Look specifically for what type of contaminants the water filter will remove.

The PiMag
® Waterfall complies with NSF standards as follows:

· NSF Standard 42—Reduction of chlorine, chloramine, taste and odor*

· NSF Standard 53—Reduction of mercury, volatile organic chemicals (VOCs)*

· NSF Standard 372—Lead compliance

*Reverse Osmosis systems do not remove VOCs, chlorine or chloramine.

Simple - Easy - Everything Good - Nothing Bad

The PiMag® Watefall is an advanced filtration system that produces water with added minerals (unlike expensive Reverse Osmosis systems that leach out beneficial minerals) in a pH range of 8.5-9.5. Regular tap water typically has a pH range of 6.5-8.5, with 7 considered “basic” and below 7 as acidic.  Watch videos at: 

Because the PiMag Waterfall® works without electricity or plumbing, it can be used in any location. As with all PiMag® products, the Waterfall is made with recyclable and biodegradable materials, including a polymer that does not leach chemicals into water. 

Whenever possible
we take a water system with us when we travel away from our Nikken Wellness Home. This has included our two week cruise to Hawaii celebrating our 40th Wedding Anniversary, to Nikken's 40th Anniversary Celebration in Orlando, and many other trips. We are total water snobs for good reason. If we don't, our body's rebel!

Everybody needs a PiMag
® Waterfall. Buy yours today. You will be glad you did.

Monday, January 23, 2017

Salt Lake City Nikken Field Summit 2017


An Independent Nikken Consultant Event January 26, 27 and 28, 2017

The Summit kicks off on Thursday, January 26, with Jeff Isom conducting an all day Humans Being More Training followed by renowned Self Care Advocate Dr. Gary Lindner’s Active Wellness presentation. These events are guest-friendly and free!

 Friday will be filled with a packed training session followed by a leadership dinner. 
Expect more valuable training on Saturday followed by a big party to celebrate all
Nikken has done for our lives.

Attendees will be the first to witness a new
Nikken life-changing product!

If you have any prospects in the area, be sure you invite them and share this wealth of knowledge and expertise.

Download The Official Nikken Field Summit Flyer

Extra Tickets are available for Friday & Saturday - $99 at the door that include all of both days events.

If you have Questions Contact:
Steve Crofoot Call/Text 801-910-1528

Monday, March 7, 2016

Nikken Live and Power Calls Zoom Webinar Schedules

"Nikken Live" Zoom Webinars
  Schedule available at:

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"Power Call" Webinars

    "Pathfinder Prime" with Rick Murphy - Monday 7:00 pm PT

    "Self Care Awakening" with Dr Gary Linder - Tuesday 6:30 pm PT

    Get your questions ready for "Stump the Doc" with Dr. Ash - Saturday at 8:00 AM

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    Dial in by Phone: 1-646-568-7788 or 1-415-76-29988 - Meeting ID: 976690439

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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Nikken Has Changed Their Business Focus

Nikken Has Changed Their Business Focus

One of the biggest objections that people have to network marketing is that they ignorantly believe that it is a pyramid scheme. I believe that should never be a concern with Nikken because all of the income earned by distributors comes from selling product. Nobody makes money directly from recruiting people into the business opportunity. You only make money from them once they start buying or selling product. Apparently this distinction isn’t enough for some regulators because there have been a few news stories in recent years of other companies coming under investigation, and outright attack, even though the income is generated solely through product sales.
To better protect themselves and the distributors, Nikken has decided to make some adjustments to the business to remove any possibility that people will mistake them for a pyramid scheme. I didn’t think there was any possibility of that before, but that is because of how I built my business. Overall, there were some things that Nikken wanted to fix.
What I understand from talking to other distributor friends, most of the income in Nikken is earned by a few people at the top of the compensation plan, and comparatively very little of the money goes to new people at the bottom. These distributors haven’t done anything wrong, it’s just the way it works for the people who work hard and get it done in a traditional network marketing approach. This is what Nikken most wanted to address with the recent changes.

Traditional Network Marketing Created the Situation

The way I was taught when I joined Nikken was to find a number of people who want to join the business and get them on at least a minimum monthly autoship of 100 PV (personal volume). I never did that. As  a brand new person, you aren’t going to make any money at all by doing this until you move up in rank because commission percentages don’t kick in until then. As a brand new person you only get retail profit, but you aren’t taught to go out and retail the product so that you can make money. When you do move up in rank that first time you are still only looking at $3 – $5 of income per person you recruit and get on autoship, so you need a lot of people. The result is that new people make very little if any money.
The people higher up in the compensation plan can make a lot of money this way because they’ve worked for years and have tens of thousands of people contributing to their income. Even at $3 – $5 per person, if you have 250,000 people in your organization you can be making better than $100,000. Chances are, if your downline organization is that large, then there are at least a few people who will be making you a lot more than just $5 in a month, so the checks at the top levels can be very large. Again, they haven’t done anything wrong. I have met a few of these people in Nikken and they work very hard for their income by helping people deep in their organizations build their own teams. They earn every penny they make.
Still, on the outside it looks like a handful of people getting rich off the work of many. Just an observation here, but that looks a lot like a corporation too. Anyway, Nikken wants to change this by having the new people able to make more money right from the start.

A New Focus on Retail Sales

The Nikken compensation plan has always rewarded and encouraged retail sales though very few distributors seem to have figured that out. In a Nikken business you can make money from retail profits from your own sales and commissions on your own and your downline’s sales. As I already said, new people only earn retail profits until they start to move up in rank. Retail profit is also the single biggest piece of income that you can earn on any sale. A few friends and I figured that out and that is how we’ve built our businesses. The biggest portion of my check has always come from my own retail sales, not from commissions on my downline team.
The changes that Nikken has made have been to encourage everyone else to shift some of their focus to retail sales as well. The first thing they did was significantly lower the prices of the products. The obvious goal is to make the products look more appealing to potential retail customers, and that has worked well so far. I had about 30% more customers in November after the change than I did in October before it.
A common practice over the years was for distributors to sign up new people into the business only so that they could save money by buying the product at wholesale. The problem is that when they do that they throw away their income potential from retail profits. The lower retail prices along with a higher price to sign up as a distributor will hopefully stop that practice. Nikken rolled some of the additional business building tools into the signup price to make it less appealing for people looking to save on the retail price of the products, while at the same time lowering the annual cost of building a Nikken business.

Lower Commission Volume

The second thing that Nikken did was to lower the commission volume on the products. There are four numbers associated with each product – retail price, wholesale price, personal volume and commission volume. The difference between the retail and wholesale price is our retail profit. Personal volume in the US is usually the same as the wholesale price and are the points that we accumulate each month to move up in rank and qualify for  the various parts of the compensation plan. The last number, the commission volume (CV) is the amount that we get paid commissions on from our own sales and from the sales of our team.
For the most part, these numbers used to be 75% to 100% of the wholesale price. Now they are in most cases 50% to 75% of the wholesale price. Commission volume is the number that most Nikken distributors have been getting paid on because they focus solely on signing people up and getting those new people to buy product at wholesale. New people make 0% of the CV of the items that they purchase and are purchased by their teams. As they move up in rank they can earn up to 20% of the CV of those purchases. By reducing the CV number associated with the products, Nikken is attempting to get the distributors to think more about building up a retail customer base and not put quite as much emphasis on building a large distributor team.
As a new person you can come into Nikken now, start retailing product to customers immediately, and make as much money as you want. You don’t have to build a huge team, though you can. If you are ready to get started, leave me a comment below, contact me at the email address or phone number in the group member area ti the right, or just click here and sign up now.

Disclaimer and Disclosure

There is never a guarantee that you will make money with Nikken, in network marketing, or any other business opportunity. My experience shows that you will get out of it what you put into it. I am a Nikken distributor and I make most of my money from retailing product to customers. If you would like to do the same and are willing to work then join my team.