Jeunesse Global has been one of the most surprising success stories to have come out of the global health and beauty sector in decades. The company was founded by a pair of retired Florida entrepreneurs in 2009. Since that time, the company, which received no outside funding whatsoever, has grown to become a major contender in the international health and beauty markets.
This astonishing success has, however, not been the effort of ordinary Florida snowbirds. On the contrary, Jeunesse Global founders Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis were already fixtures on the North American direct-selling scene. The couple had spent nearly five decades founding and growing some of the most successful companies in the direct-selling business, earning enough money that they never had to work another day in their lives past their early 30s.
But the couple chose to continue doing what they loved, not out of the desire for more wealth but out of a need to pursue their passion for creating great companies and helping people across the globe meet their financial and life goals.
Jeunesse Global is no different. Ray and Lewis have created a direct-selling company that has one of the most generous compensation packages of any company of its kind. Jeunesse has also been consistently able to create some of the most innovative products that the industry has seen in decades.
The company’s Youth Enhancement System provides a good example of this spirit of innovation. The Youth Enhancement System is comprised of more than a dozen of the company’s top-selling products. It is designed as a way for customers to meet all of their health and beauty needs in one package. This allows people to avoid spending hours driving around or shopping online for all of the individual health and beauty products that they need to stay looking and feeling their best. With the Youth Enhancement System, all of those products can be bought with a simple click of the mouse and at a price that most people can afford.
All told, Jeunesse Global is leading the way to a younger and healthier future for millions of customers across the globe.
Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is a graduate of Louisiana State University. He specialized in emergency Medicine. He currently works in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital since 2012. Tallahassee hospital is based in Florida. He is licensed to practice medicine by various bodies. For example American Board of Emergency Medicine. He has a license to work in Florida and Los Angeles. To make the payments more convenient and improve the patient’s experience, he accepts various insurance programs. Such plans include Aetna, Medicare and First Health. He helps many clients as he can also speak in Spanish.
Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is mostly involved in treating patients brought to the emergency rooms with injuries. Despite the urgency from the emergency situations that arise, he is always composed and compassionate towards the patients as most of them are often in pain. Some of the most common cases in an emergency room include cardiac distress, trauma and fractures in some body parts. In his 6 years of practice, he has saved many lives as some of the patients are brought to the hospital in a critical condition.
The doctors in the emergency rooms have very little time to diagnose and prescribe the right treatments. Many of his patients have appreciated his good work. One of them narrated how he found himself struggling to breath and coughing and was taken to Dr. Eric Forsthoefel. He was very understanding and gave the patient a chance to talk about his condition. To give the right prescription, the doctor went through his medical history thoroughly. The patient explains how the doctor kept visiting him to check whether the condition was improving from time to time. He monitored the patient for about 6 hours before discharging him. According to the patient, he was pleased by the doctor’s desire to help despite the many other cases he had to deal with in the emergency room.
He made a personal effort to see that the patient received the right prescription for quick recovery. Before leaving the hospital, he engages the patients in a personal talk to emphasize on the need to take charge of their health.