Dear Friends,

Fall is finally here and I would like to share with you ways to stay focused and how to continue to live a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

This month, let’s explore how to ask ourselves the right questions and create positive life changes. Let’s take positive action in creating new energy within ourselves.

Let’s get moving. Take this moment to enjoy each moment of this life!

Love and appreciation,

Prayer fulfills the need humans have for inspiration and love. Letʼs bless all our families and friends full of love and happiness.


Old habits are hard to break. We establish patterns, for better or worse, and then we either set up more beneficial ways of living or we fall into a rut of self-destructive behavior.  The bad news is, what we do regularly and repeatedly, is all up to us. The good news is, what we do regularly and repeatedly is all up to us. Unfortunately, we spend most of our time putting ourselves in a constant state of physical and spiritually malnourished. The signs are pretty clear… as we start overreacting to stress we start blaming, traffic, the kids, our boss, even the weather, for the poor choices we make. The great news is we possess the power to pull ourselves out of that state and change those negative patterns of behavior. At any time, we can make the decision to make a change. 

Sometimes, the right questions… are not the easiest questions. Let us start at the beginning. What can questions do for us? Easy. Force us to come up with answers. Doing this will provoke deep thought while inspiring concentrated reflection.

So, if it is so easy, why do we wait so long to ask ourselves the right questions? Avoidance. We love to keep ourselves busy, that way we don’t have to ask why our situation isn’t working.  Stop filling your time with nonsense and start setting priorities. Be more efficient. What are the things you want to accomplish? Why are you not spending your time accomplishing them? Interesting question, isn’t it? Here is where the excuses usually start.

Yes, we have already established that… way too busy to deal with yourself.

Well… who isn’t?  Self-discovery is a difficult study. Happier people force themselves to face their issues and ask the right questions. We have no problem answering other people’s questions. Why are you happier knowing more about other people than yourself?  

“When I can find the time.”  “When I lose the weight.”  “When the kids graduate from school.”  “When I find the right person.”  “When I make more money.” This list is endless.

If I were to ask you what your biggest fear in life was, would you have an answer? If not, you need to start asking yourself the right questions. The right questions will lead you on the path of discovering who you really are. Here are some typical responses from my clients when I ask them what is their biggest fear in life:

* I am afraid of what is going to happen to me in the future.
* I am afraid of making changes in my life.
* I am afraid that I won’t find a new job. 
* I am afraid I will never meet my life partner.
* I am afraid I will not have enough money.
* I am afraid I won’t have enough time.
* I am afraid I don’t have enough energy.

You see, questions have enormous power and impact on our life because they are either moving you toward a future that excites you, or toward a future that is full of fear and anxiety. We need to learn how to re-frame the questions you are asking yourself. To help keep the doors open and get positive results, you will need to constantly re-frame your questions. However, before you can do that, you will need to examine your thought process. The following three steps are powerful tools to help strengthen your daily words and actions. These are essential in order to get to the core of what is driving your belief system. 

Everything will work out for the highest good. Be aware of your thoughts and only speak to the positive ones. Love yourself, your body, and your whole being.  

The supply is truly limitless and is directly associated with love. All life can be seen as love! This is truly the essence of what we are in the world. Learning to love yourself and your life, is expressed in all your ideas and experiences.

Trust that you are the best. Choose to surround yourself with like-minded evolved people. Make choices that move you into Greatness! This commitment requires that you step from, “I hope it happens” to “It will happen!”


Ready Set Live is a personal development and lifestyle, health, and wellness podcast to making your life work. This show will inspire you on a journey of discovery about yourself. Gary Quinn focuses directly on recurring problems and issues that confront us all in today’s hectic and toxic world. He responds with simple, practical, yet deeply insightful, strategies that those seeking to improve their lives and relationships can use to empower themselves. He will be interviewing celebrities, expert guests in personal development, health, fitness, and lifestyle. An entertaining, inspirational, informative show that gives you tools to find health and happiness in all areas of your life.

in October 2021:

Eden Alpert
Restaurateur, Philanthropist & Entrepreneur

Nick Spanos
Celebrity Photographer & Music Video Director

Robert Mack
Executive Coach, Speaker & Author

Don’t miss these interview air dates:
Oct. 01, 2021 12:00PM PST,
Oct. 08, 2021 12:00PM PST,
Oct. 15, 2021 12:00PM PST
on www.GaryQuinn.tv or all other podcast outlets.

View new & past PODCASTS (click here)

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My last guests have included: Catherine Carlen, Josh Olsen, Colin Kim, Elena Sahagun, Sharon Tay, James Duke Mason, Rochelle Calvert, PhD, Victoria Cordova, Maggie Lind, Sherrod Taylor, Todd English, Sebastian Siegel & Mariel Hemingway, Marco Castelli, Arturo Cisneros, Michael Neill, Greg Louganis, Anita Moorjani, Nicole Bilderback, Dara Torres, Suzanne Somers, Jenny Daly, Melissa Yamaguchi, Pam Grout, Bronwyn Cosgrave, Carmit Bachar, Sebastian Siegel, Mariel Hemingway & Bobby Williams, James F. Twyman, Scott Savlov, Donna De Lory, Gregg Braden, Belinda Carlisle, Fiona Harrold, Mariel Hemingway, Toni Hudson, Louis Gossett Jr., Ilyce Glink, Richard Romagnoli, David Courtney, Charo, Mark Victor Hansen, Robert Vargas, Dr. Jocelyne Eberstein, Donna De Lory, Walter Nudo, Debra Johnston, Gena Lee Nolin, Jonelle Allen, Joe Townley, Logan Allen, Neil Jackson, Group Love - Christian Zucconi & Hannah Hooper, Eric & Eliza Roberts, Esai Morales, Marilu Henner, Linda Gray, John Lloyd Young, Dean Pitchford, Tracey Bregman,  Kevin Spirtas, Tyler Henry, Nick Hounslow, Kia Kiso, Emmanuel Itier, Marilu Henner, Linda Gray.



OCTOBER 01, 2021
12:00 PM PST

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OCTOBER 15, 2021
12:00 PM PST

It’s often the sum of our small choices and daily habits that do the most for our health. Something as simple as the herbs we use while cooking and preparing meals can make a significant difference in your health. 

The three spices we're talking about today — coriander (cilantro), oregano, and parsley — are things you should be using on a regular basis. These go well with just about any cooked dish including vegetables, salads, smoothies, grain dishes, and of course the occasional fish or meat dish. Let’s take a closer look at these three awesome herbs.

Coriander (also known as cilantro) is a member of the same botanical family as parsley. It has great medicinal actions as well as nutritional properties. Studies show that the health properties of this herb may include:
  • Antimicrobial 
  • Anti-cancer 
  • Antioxidant
  • Lowers blood sugar
  • Lowers cholesterol 
  • Relieves anxiety 
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Pain relief
  • Protects the brain and liver
  • Diuretic
  • Protects the skin
  • Relieves migraines

Cilantro is one of the most popularly used spices by chefs worldwide, and its medicinal values have been recognized since ancient times. The major component in cilantro is called linalool, which has strong antioxidant properties. These antioxidant properties are known to work well against degenerative diseases of the brain and body, and especially with metabolic syndrome. Incorporating cilantro into the meals helps ingest its antioxidant power, making it a functional food that can promote well-being. 

One of the properties that natural healing practitioners love to share with their patients is the ability of cilantro has to remove mercury from the body. Not only does it help detoxify the body of this heavy metal, but it also removes mercury from water. 

Cilantro also accelerates the excretion of lead from the body through the urine. The Heart Disease Research Foundation in New York reported that Chinese parsley tablets given to patients who were being treated with doxycycline for chlamydia or herpes viruses sped up the process of removal of the infections and clinical symptoms as well as the heavy metals.
Cilantro can be diced up finely and sprinkled on top of every salad you eat and adds a great tang to many recipes. Added to fresh tomatoes for salsa, you can use a lot more of it — up to a whole cup for added healthy flavor. You could also use a whole bunch in a juiced drink. Try it with carrots, apples, and spinach.

Spices such as oregano are used to enhance the flavor, aroma, and color of food and beverages, but they have other great health effects on the body too.  Some of these effects can include:
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antioxidant
  • Anti-tumor
  • Anti-cancer
  • Reduction of blood sugar levels
  • Reduction of cholesterol
Here’s a good reason to start adding oregano to your food: in one study, the spice extracts tested — oregano, rosemary, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, black pepper, and ginger — all demonstrated the capability to enhance the growth of the most important probiotic species' in the GI tract, Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus.  Anything that is good for you and encourages the growth of probiotics is a good thing to add to your diet.

The frequent consumption of spicy foods with oregano has been previously linked to a lower risk of cancer and heart disease, and lung/respiratory system diseases.

Oregano is also helpful for those who have a tendency to form kidney stones. Kidney stones can be created by different bacteria, which form these stones by producing biofilms. But oregano essential oil, when screened for its activity against the biofilms that contribute to kidney stones, was found to be very active against them. 

Oregano may also be beneficial for diabetics. Egyptian scientists gave an extract of oregano and chamomile together to rats that were diabetic and found that those receiving the herbs experienced effects on their insulin and blood sugar levels that were similar to the current effects of drugs used to treat diabetic complications.

It’s easy to flavor your food with oregano and then drink a cup of chamomile tea with the meal if you have diabetes. 
This way you can get your herbs in for the day!



Today, success comes to me in unexpected and wonderful ways.

Today, I take the time to breathe deeply each day,
allowing my body to relax.

Today, loving people fill my life, and I find myself
easily expressing love to others.








  • 4 c. vegan marshmallows
  • 6 c. gluten-free brown rice cereal
  • 3 Tbsp. Nondairy butter 
  • natural green food coloring
  • Gauze
  • Skull cookie cutter


In a large saucepan melt the vegan butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat. Add a few all-natural green food coloring drops into the mixture and stir until evenly colored. Add cereal and stir until well combined. Using wax paper, evenly press mixture into a greased 13 x 9 x 2-inch pan. Allow cooling for 10 minutes.

Cut out skull shapes with the cookie cutter. Wrap each head with gauze and place the edible eyes on by either pressing firmly in the treats or “glue” with royal icing.



We are often given goals and visions, that no matter how simple or how big they are we donʼt feel we are capable of manifesting them. Self-confidence is simply having faith in yourself and the divinity that exists in you.
If your thoughts are constantly on the beautiful, the noble, and the good, you will remain young regardless of your chronological years.
Gary Quinn
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