A Heart-felt Apology


I’ve recently gotten e-mails from people asking if I were still alive and if so, what’s happened to me.

Thus, this e-mail and blog post.

First off, yes I’m still alive. 🙂

And I’m doing better than ever — as you’ll soon begin to see.

Before I explain, first I simply want to say — I’m sorry. I should have been staying in touch. There simply isn’t a very good reason for my lack of contact. I’m grateful you’re a part of my group and I intend to change my ways effective immediately.

Having said that… let me fill you in a little more.

This year, I turned 50. And it’s been an incredible year. In a few short months it feels as if I have lived an entire additional lifetime. It’s been extremely challenging and it’s been very rewarding. My personal life has been down and up. Thankfully, mostly up.

But one thing has continued to go down (which is a positive thing) — my weight. I weigh less now by more than 20 pounds than I did 13 years ago. And that’s really saying something!

I’m by no means there yet, but step by step I’ll get there. And I think it’s enough that you’ll begin to be able to tell as well.

And to that end I’m excited to let you know a few things.

I promise to begin communicating with you much more than I have been. I have so many strategies and ideas that will help you with your persuasion and personal development skills and I can’t wait to begin giving them to you.

How you might ask?


It’s going to be exciting to be able to talk with you in this new format that to date, I haven’t used much. I can’t wait to get started and even more, I can’t wait to hear your thoughts.

In the meantime, you may be wondering what I’ve been doing to accomplish losing more weight than many people have. LOL

I have to admit to starting my weight loss program using less than healthy strategies. But it got me going. Finally, I realized that the whole reason I was wanting to lose weight was to be healthy and have a good quality of life. So I switched to eating the most healthy, vibrant food I possibly could.

What I eat today is approximately 85% raw food.

I’m passionate about this and will be sharing more with you as I can from time to time. It is changing my life and looks.

Today, more and more people are looking to improve their health. So I’ll share my struggles, difficulties and successes with you which hopefully will motivate you.

Expect great things to come.


P.S. My friend Trever is going to be doing an interview with me about how I’ve accomplished the shedding of these unwanted pounds in the immediate future and I’ll let you know where you can hear it. In the mean time, he has created an amazing program that is nearing ready to start on how to eat for better health. It’s amazing and I’ll be participating. Check it out here: https://www.maxpersuasion.com/recommends/natural

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Kenrick E. Cleveland - October 9, 2009

Wow, I just had someone accuse me having gastric bypass surgery to accomplish shedding the 150 lbs. I’ve gotten rid of.

I know it is often a hard choice for people who are struggling with what to do – surgery or natural. But in my case, I’ve not had surgery. It’s 100% due to changing my lifestyle and eating.

Just had to share that with you. 🙂



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