Ringo’s Love Lessons, Paul Help CEO Urge Love for All
SALT LAKE CITY, March 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — March 31, 2022 – Drawing on first-hand experiences of love and respect for Ringo Stara best-selling author, musician and CEO calls on others to show everyone more love.
“April 2 is ‘National Love Our Children’s Day’ and it’s a perfect reminder to show love and respect to everyone we meet, from adults to children,” said Kevin GuestChairman and CEO of USANA Health Sciences (NYSE: USNA) and author of All the right reasons, 12 timeless principles for living a life in harmony.
A few years ago, Guest was behind the scenes at a Ringo Star concert with a group of fans waiting to meet the famous Beatles drummer.
“Other fans were nervous, and the lady next to me was hyperventilating because she was about to meet an idol — one of the Beatles,” Guest said. “When Ringo arrived, I was on the front line, and he smiled, gave me a big hug and talked to me while looking directly at me. He focused on me and made me feel loved and respected, like I was important. It’s a feeling I’ll never forget.”
Years earlier, Guest saw Paul McCartney onstage for a pre-gig sound check and noticed that Paul went over to each member of the band and crew, hugging them and asking how they were doing.
“I could tell that Paul knew them personally and cared about them,” he said. “These acts of love and kindness from two of the world’s most famous musicians are a remarkable lesson for all of us. On a day when so much is in turmoil, we must show love and respect to others around from U.S.”
In All the right reasons Guest cites the Dorothy Principle, which puts relationships at the top of the priority list.
“People have told me that Dorothy’s Principle had an instant impact on their lives,” said Guest, who leads USANA globally. “I learned long ago that treating others with the utmost respect and kindness is the key to success and makes life more harmonious for everyone.”
To illustrate Dorothy’s principle, Guest writes: “During a quiz, a college professor asked, ‘What is the name of the woman who cleans this building?’ and emphasized that nothing is more important than relationships.
“The classroom was empty but I soon learned the housekeeper’s name was Dorothy, so I dubbed that value the Dorothy Principle and tried to put relationships first in everything I do. .”
At the billion dollar USANA Health Sciences, now spread across 24 markets worldwide, Guest applies the same principle.
“I urge all of our associates nationally and internationally to treat others politely with kindness,” he said. “Learn their names, acknowledge them as you pass, and step out of your own troubles to be genuinely respectful to everyone.”
Guest believes these simple patterns of behavior can make us all more civil and lift each other to higher levels of harmony in life. A famous musician agrees.
“I’ve never seen Kevin make a selfish decision,” the country music star says Collin Raye, who frequently invites Guest to play with his band on tour, including several times at the Grand Ole Opry. “He thinks of his family, friends and associates at USANA and always tries to put others first.”
All the right reasons: 12 timeless principles for living a life in harmony is available on Amazon. All proceeds feed hungry children, with each book purchase providing 40 meals.
For more information, visit www.kevinguest.com.
Tim Brown, Candid Communications