WHY I HIT RESET
In mid-February of 2019, like most Americans, I was blissfully going about my daily routine. I would wake up early to hit the gym, then head in to work, pursuing higher education to launch my new life outside of the Navy. I remember vaguely hearing about a flu-like virus sweeping through China--totally unaware of how drastically life would be altered in the coming months and maybe years. But in early March, when borders started closing around the world and vacation plans were turned upside down, I started to really pay attention.
Business school classmates of mine were getting involved in nonprofits to support COVID-19 awareness, developing innovative solutions to overcome shortfalls in mask availability and organize communities to assist the elderly. These were selfless, talented individuals making a real difference. But there was a gap. At some point, the government would provide better COVID-19 information and support, the supply chain for PPE would ramp up, and formal community programs and private companies would develop effective solutions to get supplies to those at risk. After those vital concerns were met, we’d still be waiting on a vaccine--arguably where we are today.
"what did I know about respiratory infections? Then it hit me; I know a lot about not getting them."
Back then, I asked myself: “Where do I fit into this chain? What can I do?” – After all, what did I know about respiratory infections? Then it hit me; I know a lot about not getting them. You see, I had just rolled off a 32-month tour on a nuclear submarine. You might not think it, but we’re pretty used to dealing with infection. Every time we go out to sea, we’re putting 100+ sailors in a metal tube about the length of a football field and a fraction of the width. Invariably, if somebody has something (and usually somebody does) it’ll spread.
One pattern always emerged. By and large, some of us didn’t ever seem to get sick. Invariably, it was the group of us that took the best care of ourselves day to day. When I was at sea, I set a second alarm every day. Why? So I wouldn’t forget to take my vitamins and supplements. It was a commitment I made the moment I joined the Navy: I viewed physical fitness and health as part of my duty. And I knew those nutrients were essential to stay healthy so I could fulfill my duty as an officer—not force others to pick up the slack.
"Healthy people were far less likely to experience anything but the mildest symptoms...
Here was a product specifically designed to make caring for your health more convenient."
That’s why, in my new life at business school, I was so excited to learn about Reset Logic and to become part of the team. All the data we had on COVID-19 indicated that healthy people were far less likely to experience anything but the mildest symptoms. And I knew from personal experience that safeguarding health exponentially lowers your risk of getting sick. Here was an organization putting out a research-backed product, specifically designed to make caring for your health more convenient. The Reset formula offered everything I was already taking and more, at the same price point, and I didn’t have to deal with a whole bunch of different bottles—I was hooked.
Today, I just have my Reset box on my counter, next to my coffee pot, where I can’t miss it. Once my coffee is brewing, I take my supplement and start my day. With just 60 seconds committed to my health every morning, I can give my body all the fuel it needs to stay strong. It’s never been easier for me to put myself in a position to succeed —and that’s what makes it so effective. It has everything I need, and it’s impossible to forget to take my vitamins.
"COVID demonstrated that when it comes to infection, preparation is the best medicine."
When you’re feeling good, you rarely stop to consider how fortunate you are not to be sick. You can get sloppy and forget to take care of yourself. COVID-19 has demonstrated what each of us already knew—when it comes to infection, preparation is the best medicine. You really do need to follow that old-fashioned advice: eat right, exercise, get sleep and, yes, take your vitamins. How much healthier could we make our communities if everyone followed these simple rules? I hit Reset to make sure I never miss a day.
Reset Logic Advisory Team