Sharing My Story: Going Natural Was Natural For Me

Sharing My Story: Going Natural Was Natural For Me

I  have been molten in the crucible and back (like you), and I am the Phoenix Bird rising again. I invite you to see my website, which tells my story and how I serve humanity without drugs and surgery. My tagline is “No One Has To Suffer.” To give you a bit of my bio, in the early 1980s, I worked with one of the first pioneers of the scientific modality – Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA), James Davenport – Davenport Laboratories in North Dallas, finding the right diet to experience life free of disease. Soon Jim wanted to do only his ranch and horse carriage business, and then I owned and managed the analysis laboratory. But I did not know I had a life-threatening hepatitis c. It got worse, and I sold the business in the 1990s because I had no energy and went for treatment. The doctors tested me, and I had 12 million hep c viral load and 96% scar tissue (cirrhosis). They said I would have to have a liver transplant because I had less than 6 months to live. When I choose not to get the transplant because I wanted natural therapy, they said I was not thinking right and called me delirious. That was over 25 years ago. I  naturally recovered completely from hepatitis and cirrhosis using my experience from training doctors in the lab. Today, Johnny Delirious (me) is the best-selling author and radio host celebrity. Now, I give my expert advice with 38+ years of experience as a professional in the health industry. I stay busy with mostly referrals helping someone’s mother or uncle who the doctors would not help anymore and were sent home to die. I help them live. In short, I help all my patients to heal using proven health solutions backed by laboratory science. If you know anyone who has had problems with the mainstream health field and want real help with the truth and hope, have them contact me: [email protected]

When I first went to college, I had no idea I would end up being a laboratory naturopathic doctor. However, growing up during my early grade school days, I dreamed of becoming a scientist. You see, my father was a medical doctor who had a clinic in a small rural town in Florida. When my mother would go out to run errands during the summers, she often would drop me off at my father’s clinic. My Dad said, go back to the lab and don’t bother any of the patients. There was only one place to be in the lab out of the way, and that was the little stool in front of the microscope. The lab technician took an interest in showing me how to do things in the lab and how to look at blood and urine samples under the microscope. After a few more summers, I learned everything about the lab, what diseases looked like under the microscope, how to use all of the instruments. The Lab Tech even showed me how to use the X-Ray machine. Many times I would pitch in and wash the beakers, flasks, and test tubes. He was very appreciative when I did that.

By the time I was in high school, I had other ambitions, and when I got my first degree in college, it was in Communication Arts. My major was speech and persuasion, and I minored in politics. Most of the students in my track became priests or ran for a public office. I could have a great career in marketing and maybe have my own company someday. I was very successful in several multi-level marketing companies as an independent sales representative. I liked the business model because I could have my own business and be my own boss. I enjoyed making speeches representing the company while promoting my own business. Unfortunately, I was always let down and discouraged when, after two or three years of hard work, something would happen to the company that I was a sales rep for. In each case, it was for different reasons that the company ran into problems. Still, the bottom line was either the company closed, or it had legal issues, or any other circumstances made the business not worth pursuing anymore. So I would leave. 

Then came several years, even decades of various jobs, marriage, and the learning curve, that I often refer to as growing up. Yes, life is not a bed of roses, and many times, you are never sure what the future holds. When the movie Forrest Gump came out, and Forrest would ofter repeat what his mother said, “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get.” That summed my feelings more than once or twice or maybe more. It seemed that change was the only thing we could really count on. Everything never stays the same. I had many jobs that I did not like. So it all had a pattern. Each job I got was exciting at first, but then the routine became boring to me. I liked being my own boss, I liked having my own business, and I liked pursuing a dream that I believed could grow. So I kept working at whichever job I had to pay bills thinking better days are ahead.

While working different jobs to pay to keep the lights on and food on the table, a friend of mine told me about a lab technician wanting to sell his laboratory. As I inquired more about it and found out, it was in Dallas, TX and I decided to contact the gentlemen. After a few telephone conversations, I drove out to Dallas to meet him. I did not have the money to pay for it, but the owner was willing to train me about the business, and essentially, he would finance me. In other words, if I started ruining and managing the business, I could pay him for it from some of the profits as they came in. I thought, wow, how did I pull this one-off, but as luck had it, he was willing to do it this way. Within a year and a half, I met my commitment and finally got the business in my name. In many ways, I was fulfilling my childhood dream of becoming a scientist (having my own laboratory) and my college goals of being my own boss and having my own business. So I was excited about the business and worked at it really hard, unfortunately, too hard. So yes, it was true in the early 1980s. I worked with one of the first pioneers of the scientific modality – Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA), James Davenport – Davenport Laboratories in North Dallas, finding the right diet to experience life free of disease. Soon Jim wanted to do only his ranch and horse carriage business, and then I owned and managed the analysis laboratory. By the 1990s, I did not understand why I was getting so tired all the time. I did not know I had a life-threatening hepatitis c. When it got bad, I sold the business in the early 1990s because I had no energy and went for treatment, and then the doctors tested me and found 12 million hep c viral load and 96% scar tissue (cirrhosis). Yikes!! They said I would have to have a liver transplant because I had less than 6 months to live. Yikes! When I choose not to get the transplant because I wanted natural therapy, they said I was not thinking right and called me delirious. That was over 25 years ago. I  naturally recovered completely from hepatitis and cirrhosis using my experience from training doctors in the lab. 

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Today, Johnny Delirious (me) is the best-selling author and radio host celebrity. Now, I give my expert advice with 38+ years of experience as a professional in the health industry. I stay busy with mostly referrals helping someone’s mother or uncle who the doctors would not help any more, and they were sent home to die. I don’t practice medicine. I help them live. In short, I help all my patients to heal using proven health solutions backed by laboratory science.  

Yes, I really got tired and burned out from the multi-level marketing businesses I was in, but in many, it was my key to the hi-way of success because it introduced me to many different people. So networking in the multi-level marketing businesses, I could see what so many trends were, both the successes and the failures. This was how I found out about the lab. Because I connected with so many different people from all over the United States, I was able to find out what was going on in the world and one of my contacts told me about the lab. 

My story’s biggest takeaway is don’t ever feel discouraged with your present situation or job, keep working harder, and start networking and finding more contacts. Go to MeetUp meetings in your area that are about the interests you have. Producing and having available a good resume or CV is, of course, a must. Also, make up your own business cards even if you don’t have a job. When are networking, this makes it easy to stay in touch with the movers and shakers. This networking is the first step to learning how to a good interview. The key is to learn everything you can from the meetings and contacts about the field that most interests you. And don’t forget; life is a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get and the more people you meet, and the harder you work, what you get is the life of your dreams. 

Also read Follow Your Dreams – Your Enthusiasm is Contagious!

Sharing My Story: Going Natural Was Natural For Me

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