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“When one gives, two get happy.” Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words.

Scott Tennant, the CEO of Senergy Medical Group, shares what drives him to push forward to provide people with Scott’s Sanctuary. His drive to give back allows him to fund the documentary film “A Daring Adventure” to teach everyone what people with disability are doing. The conversation centers around Scott’s passion for helping others. Scott makes it his priority to get Hellen Keller’s story to everyone. Tune in to this episode with Scott Tennant today.

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“Thought Leader Introducing Scott’s Sanctuary” With Scott Tennant

This is going to be a privilege, folks. Scott Tennant, a new friend of the show. Scott and I met at a great event that he and his dad, Dr. Jerry Tennant, were hosting here in Dallas. I learned so much, Scott. Thank you for that weekend. I still have my notes in my big binder here on my desk. I’m still reviewing some of the stuff that I learned that weekend. It was a tremendous thing and great respect for you and your family and what you guys bring to the marketplace.

Let me tell everybody a little bit about Scott. For folks who aren’t familiar with you, Scott Tennant is the CEO and Founder of Senergy Medical Group. That’s a holistic wellness company and the exclusive distributor of the groundbreaking Tennant BioModulator® devices designed to help manage various types of pain in the body. He continues to be a philanthropist giving back a huge part of his life’s work. You’ll learn about that in this interview. He’s a remarkable human being from a remarkable family. Scott, welcome to the show.

Thank you so much. I appreciate it.

Scott, you’ve been an entrepreneur and a wellness leader. I know you, your dad, and the rest of your family that I’ve gotten to know a little bit lead with love and passion for people. Let’s start there. Tell a little bit about your story.

I started working with my dad at fourteen. It was a summer job. I went in and started working in the insurance department. He was an ophthalmologist. We had 7 doctors and 3 surgery suites. It’s fairly busy. I quickly noticed a passion in him that I loved. He was taking care of people for them and their problems and fast. He’s doing cataract surgery.

We’d see them early and back then, you had to let them get a little worse off than we do now to pass to get paid for. The next day, we’d do the surgery and then I got to take the patches off on the third day. I was the first person they saw when I took the patch off. I worked with them in surgery and I worked with them before so they knew me. To take the patch off and have the person say, “I see you and you’re wearing a black shirt.”

That was a moment that over and over if there were 15 or 20 people that day, I got to see that and experience 15 times. You start to get an idea. I don’t think this happens to everybody every day that you have somebody get up and want to hug you for the gift of sight. That started my whole passion to look at how I replicate that every single day in my life and share that with others to find it. That’s where I started.

In Senergy now, what are some of the things that you guys do? You’re on cutting-edge medicine. I’m a user of your product. I’m treated with it in a twice a month basis at this point. I know what it is a little bit. I can’t tell you I fully understand it, but help people understand a little bit because this is cutting-edge. This is where healthcare is going, especially after COVID. Everybody is saying, “How do I case them? Not only how do I get well, but how do I stay well?” You guys have some stuff that’s groundbreaking.

That’s true. Something I’ve started saying is what you said get well before you get sick. Something cooking in here is a biome. Some things we cause from what we do say think, eat, or consume on our body, in our body, around our body, and for our body. We also say something care for the caregiver. Sometimes you put the mask on yourself before you put it on someone else. That all came about when my dad, in ’96, came in one day and said, “I have to retire.”

We had all the employees walk out except two ladies and me. Everything changed. Our gift of giving people sight went away. That was our family, our patient’s family. He went in and they said, “You’re not making platelets. We don’t know why and we don’t know how to fix it but we can use steroids to make you look better.” I heard in my head, “While you die.” That’s all the answer they had. He, being a surgeon and a scientist, said, “I have to figure this out myself because everybody is out.”

He found that treating with frequencies and some other things that became what we are and what we do was able to get him well. For about six years, he would sleep for about 16 to 18 hours a day. In his waking time, he would read as much as possible until he was lights out and down again. All of those things came up when he found out what he was going to turn into the Tennant Institute, which is finding the root cause of your issues.

Looking at symptoms is what most Western medicine doctors do. They look at your symptoms and they treat your symptom like a SAB on an injury or an infection. When he said, “What caused it?” If you can go back to what caused it or is causing it, fix that, and get that organ system working better, then the symptoms start to go away.

It’s the side effect. Western medicine treats the side effect of something so we look for what’s causing it. That is what got him well. That’s what got us to where we are. We now have a couple of different things that approach us, people who are sick and out of options like my dad. The doctors say, “You’re on 37 pills. You have all these things. All these side effects are now affecting you completely. Some of them are triple side effects from different medicines. I don’t know what to do. Your time is near.” We then have people who know inherently or think, “I can take care of myself now better than at an earlier age so I don’t become that. I won’t fade away.”

That is what we started saying in 2004, which was before biohacking was a word. What do you do? What do you consume? What do you think? What do you eat? What is going on in your body? What are you taking and consuming, which includes medicines, etc.? When we started treating it then we started to notice that people’s symptoms started to go away. It’s by treating with frequencies and what you consume and all the other things in the body to take care of the organ system, the heart, the spleen, the colon, the lungs, and the brain. That’s what we do.

The Tennant Institute is located here in Dallas. I believe you have another one out in Scottsdale.

The main one is in Irving, Texas. We’re right across from where the Cowboys used to practice on Valley Ranch Parkway. That is our place. The one in Arizona is a secondary office that is in conjunction with another doctor. The place you would come to is here in Irving.

Would you describe this as electronic medicine? Is that correct? Would that be the terminology?

It is electronic medicine, but it’s bigger than that. That’s the delivery system that gets it in. It’s like a mathematical equation mixed in with contact therapy to put the frequency into the skin through the meridian system or scaler and/or PMF delivery system, which puts it on a wave of the frequencies into the body. That is a piece of it, but it’s almost functional or integrating medicine or as Dave Asprey has coined biohacking.

It is, in Tony Robbins’ words, the stacking of good things and the unstacking of bad things. What are you doing that’s causing something and what can you do to create something which is the stacking of good things? If you change your diet, you take out bad things and you add the good things. You stack things up. I would say it’s functional, integrative, and electronic medicine. If you put it all together, clinic, and devices.

Every time that our mutual friend Charlie Woodson works on me with the scaler, I feel better. I know I can’t make health claims for anything. I don’t on my show because I deal with all network marketing companies. I can of course, but this isn’t a network marketing product, by the way, folks. We don’t ever talk about products or companies, but these guys are not network marketing so we can talk about it a little bit. I can tell you I am a firm fan of the products that you guys have developed and continue to develop. Your dad is still going strong. I’ve met him. He’s 83 now in 2023.

He’s awesome. He inspires me as a father figure, a leader, an inventor, and out of the box thinker. It’s all of those things together. That’s what I got at fourteen when I saw my dad in that situation. I thought, “There’s something special here and he’s on this.” I knew back then that it was going to grow even when we were in the eyes that it moved. It went from the gift of having people learn how to see to having them see how to live. I saw it through the whole thing. It changed.

You followed the family tradition because your dad has had multiple careers, even though they’ve been around medicine as an ophthalmologist. Unfortunately, getting sick and being in the moment in his life, the Galileo moment, or whatever you want to call it where through his illness, he looked for answers for himself. It is the best motivation for most people. It’s amazing.

We talk about some of the people that have gone out in time that are thought leaders in the medical world. A lot of times, they were driven by, “I got to fix me or maybe a loved one.” Your dad did that and flipped careers and became an inventor. You have followed that family tradition because you’ve had multiple careers within your career. I’d like to talk about that a little bit, Scott, if we can. Let’s talk about your relationship with Tony Robbins and what you do with the Robbins organization.

Tony is a client, a friend, and a mentor. I’m part of his Platinum Partner Group, which is a very small group that travels together that catered to discussions on spirituality, finances, and relationship. It’s a great way to learn, but it’s also a great way to teach because these are people that are thinking about how to move forward. As we said before, we have these people that biohack in their world in their life. I work within that compound. As part of my life and part of my teachings, it gives me a way to think about how I express myself in a better way to help more people.

One of the things that he talks to us about, especially in the head of Platinum Partner Group, is it’s better to give than receive. When he talks about business and personal development, he says, “If you can find what serves others by serving you, then you have a better relationship and a better thought process of who you are and you can accelerate yourself better.”

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A lot of those things came up in charity work that we did because he talks about the giveback and how that becomes an outsource or a power source to you when you give. He actively works that in meditations for gratitude and gratitude to what you have and the blessings you’ve been given and the blessings you can give and share. That came up with the philanthropy that I already did do but it increased that to where it’s philanthropy on purpose. Instead of saying, “Here’s $100,” or buy some Girl Scout cookies, look for something that speaks to you and go there hard.

We talked about it when we first met that I’m involved with the American Foundation for the Blind. That goes back to my childhood. What I noticed is in one of my very first events with Tony, I ran into and almost ran over a blind guy. I was not paying attention. I was walking along. We were going to a meeting and we were discussing what we were going to do that day with Tony and his teachings and what was coming. I ran him over and I said, “I’m sorry. I ran into you.” He said, “No. I ran into you.” I said, “Seriously, I was not paying attention.” All of a sudden, he said, “No. I ran into you because I’m blind.” I stopped for a second and I backed up and he had on dark glasses.

He had a cane and a T-shirt that said Almost Blind in huge letters like the big E on a chart. I thought I’d never met a blind person. Immediately, what went through my head in that space of learning and where I was moving to of gratitude is I thought, “This is a blessing right now. Why am I meeting this person?” That introduced me to the Foundation for the Blind to help become the executive producer for a film about Helen Keller and what she does for present people such as blind and deaf or blind or deaf. If you look even deeper, each and every one of us for the things that she did for us 150 years ago or 100 years ago when you look at and say, “She should not have had the power she had because she’s blind and deaf.”

She did all of them. When somebody comes up and says, “I don’t know if I can do that,” really? That one little simple thing from running into a blind guy that started a whole other sub career, I do it as free to assist the American Foundation for the Blind because I want it to live on past me. I wanted the film to be shown around the world to kids and others to teach people what these incredible people are doing. It’s not about Helen Keller. It’s not a biography.

It’s about the people now that are living, kids, adults, CEOs, business people, and students. All that goes back to your original question. What did I learn from Tony Robbins? Who’s listening to self? These are my words. What does your soul want? That came to me because I thought, “I want to heal people.” It showed up in different places, philanthropy, the movies, my job, what I do, and meeting you. That conference was my playground. I got to meet people like you and others and walk away safely.

It was inspiring. Everybody I met there, not only the speakers but the other people like myself that were there to listen. Meeting Dr. Bryan, for example. I’m a nitric oxide freak. I’ve read everything the guy has ever written, and all of a sudden, Charlie or one of you guys walked over to me and were like, “Dr. Bryan, this is John Solleder.” I’m like, “You’re here.” He’s like, “I’m the next speaker.”

I didn’t know he was going to be there. The guy works directly with the Nobel Prize winners that figure out what nitric oxide does, even though it’s been in our bodies from day one. They figured it out as one example. Let’s talk a little bit more. I know you mentioned an organization in New Jersey that you work with. Is it a blind doctor that leads that? Tell us about that a little bit.

It is Sean Callagy. He’s a lawyer. He has retinitis pigmentosa. He can see a little bit out to the side, but technically, he’s blind. He is a Platinum Partner in the Tony world also with myself. That’s how we met. He started a group called Unblinded. His saying is, “We’re all blind and learning to see.” To me, my words are this. Sometimes, your vision isn’t necessarily sight. His group is Integrous Group Influencer or human influence with integrity. It’s integrity-based human influence. Again, it’s like, “What can I do to serve you that I have for you? When you listen so deeply to what you need, I may have the answer to that or know somebody that does.”

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Scott’s Sanctuary: Sometimes your vision isn’t necessarily sight.


He calls it Ecosystem Merging where is there something that you and I can do together for others and ourselves? Here we are. Another way of thinking is it’s different from Tony’s things that see, “Sean looked at what I have.” He’s an incredible speaker and generator of ecosystems himself. He pulls people in because of the way he speaks. That’s his training, his lawyer, and being an awesome person. It’s a different way of looking at what you say, what you think, and how you present it. It can be very precise. It also is 90% listening and 10% speaking.

Most people don’t understand that because I cannot teach you anything until I know what you need that I may or may not have. Listen long enough. The person is going to talk about something that they want to talk about. I was in the Grand Caymans with him in a big immersion for five days. Somebody stood up and was talking about something. It’s a little exercise he had us do. He said, “These horrible things happened to me when I was a child. I don’t want to talk about it.” He said, “Actually, you do.” At the pause in front of 100 people, it’s a very small intimate group, in that moment, he said, “I do because in this space, it’s safe.”

I’ve held that in here until this very time. That was interesting because again, that was about giving. Being from that space, we all learned exactly what has stopped him in his life that vulnerability gave him a strength that cause you to see him as a human. When he explains what he does about helping people move forward in his industry, you saw him grow from expressing that to a group that would not judge him. He was able to put it on a little badge. I got through that and I became a stronger person. I built a muscle that I did not have before, which got me here. He said, “What I always thought of as a block wasn’t to stop me. It was for me to stand on.” That’s Unblinded. These are people that I am around a lot.

What’s amazing as you say this is my daughter who was at the church in California. Stevie Wonder shows up. The Stevie Wonder. The man himself. Is there a better musician on the planet? You think why since birth I believe. People like that don’t make excuses. I’m as guilty as anybody. “I don’t feel good. It’s raining out. It’s cold out. I don’t want to go to the gym. I don’t want to go to work,” and then you see people like that.

You think, “That poor person.” They don’t see themselves as poor because they’re not busy making excuses. They’re busy getting results in their lives. How inspiring to be around that. Let’s come back a little bit to Scott, the filmmaker. You referenced the Helen Keller movie. What’s the status of that? When is it coming out? What do we know about that?

We’re editing it right now. We filmed in Dallas the very last scenes in my house. How amazing is that to be involved in the set, meeting these people, and finishing up the final touches on the last day? I’m thinking it’s going to be in the fall of 2023 and we are going to have the premier in Dallas. They’re based out of Virginia where the American Foundation for the Blind office is. They brought it here because I saw The Dream and they mentioned it.

They said, “We want to do this little thing.” They originally wanted to film it for their board of directors. That makes no sense. Why would you play it for a group that already knows who you are and already supports you? They said, “It’s going to cost $450,000 to film a real film.” I said, “I hang out with some pretty incredible people. We can make this happen.” This is a cause people will stand behind so we raised $487,000 in a weekend at a Tony Robbins event. That blew their mind.

I can’t wait to hopefully come to the premiere and see it. That’s phenomenal. Do you have more films that you’re planning? Is this something becoming a passion or a one-off? What are you thinking?

It is. I was approached by Stanley Kramer’s widow and his daughter. The widow is Karen Kramer and the daughter is Jennifer Kramer. They are making a very avant-garde anthology film and they wanted me to be the executive producer because it’s a very particular genre film. It’s very much for the thinking person. We like to say it’s Monty Python. This next portion we’re filming is Monty Python meets Cirque du Soleil. It’s based on classical music and what the composer was going through or feeling when they wrote their masterpiece.

The first one is going to be five segments that they eventually put together in one film, but we’re going to release them all separately and then put together an Alfred Hitchcock back in the late ‘70s, early ‘80s where he put each one was about crime. It’s the piece in an hour. The first one was about trauma and loss. It was a 30-minute piece. The next piece is going to be a 30-minute to 40-minute clip. It’s going to be about duality as the person had two parents who were definitely different. As he was writing his piece, things started to change in his life, but it made him who he was and how his music was powerful.

The movie has that symbolism in it. Again, it’s going to be about the thinking person and then we’re going to move on to some different pieces and put them all together. I saw it as interesting because it’s a way to take art, imitate life, and bring it to somebody to bring the two together for them to see themself in a different way. I get to work with some Hollywood legends, which blows my mind when I got to that point where I met with them in Hollywood not long ago.

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Scott’s Sanctuary: Take art, imitate life, and bring it to somebody to bring the two together for them to see themselves differently.


They walked into the room and I thought, “Hollywood exists.” They had that look of Old Hollywood. It was in a great hotel. I think it was a Ritz. It was awesome. We started talking and she said, “By the way, here’s the script.” She laid it in front of me and she kept talking. I said, “I have to acknowledge you handed me a script. This does not happen to normal people.” “Sorry. We’ve done this since the ‘50s.” It played again because it’s in the giving of doing this for this legend but it’s about the people who are going to watch it.

I have this flashback of a movie. I am so bad at names of movies but it’s the movie that Cameron Diaz and the girl who was in Titanic. They flip houses at The Holiday. The girl who’s in Titanic, a British actress who befriend Elia Kazan, is playing under another name that was some famous screenwriter in California. When she walks into his home, it’s that old Hollywood. He’s got scripts, manuscripts, megaphones, and all the stuff that you would’ve seen in the ‘30s, the ‘40s, the ‘50s, and ‘60s in Hollywood. I can’t think of the name of the movie, Scott, but it’s still out. I see it on HBO once in a while, mostly around the holidays. I’m having that image of that old Hollywood, the way that they used to do stuff, and still do stuff to this day.

That’s the way it felt. It was a surreal moment. It’s like times slowed down the way they looked, the way they dressed, and the way they presented themselves. Two ladies are very elegant walking in. I was in a men’s smoking lounge in leather chairs thing as they walk in to go into the restaurant. I’m like, “Wow.” Even the way the daughter looks like a modern-day Judy Garland.

The mom is 80-something and classic Hollywood in the way she dressed and has some tailored outfits. They came in and both of them as they met dropped their mink down their shoulders to shake your hand. Of course, not shake your hands, but the feminine. It was so surreal. I wish I could have filmed exactly what it was like because it was like stepping back in time and something magical is about to be presented. When she handed me the script for that one segment, she told me what it was like and why. I was mesmerized by the way she told it that I could see in my head exactly what she was going to put on the thing.

I can’t wait. Do you ever sleep? You were a busy guy.

Not a lot. Since we met Tony Robbins a few years ago, life will never be the same.

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Scott’s Sanctuary: Life will never be the same.


Let me ask you this, Scott. I interviewed a guy and this is a real name, Ben Gay III. Ben had been president of Holiday Magic back in the late 1960s. It was a direct-selling company in California. It’s very big. He won the job on a coin toss with another guy who was one of their top sales guys. This other guy is one of the top sales guys and the CEO of the company who said, “I’m going to flip a coin. Heads or tails?” He won on the coin toss. He becomes CEO at 27. He’s now in his 80s. I interviewed him.

Besides having his own incredible career, he was mentored, because he was 27, by Dr. Napoleon Hill. The owner of the company, a guy named Mr. Fitzpatrick, said, “Because you’re 27, I’m friends with Dr. Hill. He’s moving to California. I’m going to give him a job. I will pay him to be your friend and your mentor.” Picture that. He gives Hill this office in the same building on the same floor and they become not only a mentor and a mentee, but they also become friends. Hill is old enough to be his grandfather at that time. He became the last person mentored by Dr. Hill before he passed away.

I said to him, “What were the things that he taught you if you had to sum up all those conversations?” He said, “Above all else, always follow your integrity in all situations whether you’re in the front of the room talking to 10,000 people or you’re having a cup of coffee somewhere. How do you treat the waitress? You don’t know who’s watching. How do you treat the little people in the world? Are you the same guy on camera and off camera?” The same question for you. You hang out with some very high-level people. We’ll play person association. If you had to say one thing of all the things you’ve learned from Tony Robbins, what can you say that our audience could gain from?

I said it earlier, what does your soul want? I use that a lot. That’s putting all of these things together because you know the answer and why you were sent here. I know why I was sent here at this time on this planet. It’s a blessing when you find it, when you express it, and when you share it because you can be everything you want and do everything you want to do. You don’t have to be the broke servant while you’re doing it which is another story. People tell, “I can’t charge her this,” but you can’t have it all.

Let me ask you this. You’ve learned 1 or 2 things from the guy that has the same last name as you, Dr. Jerry Tennant. If you had to summarize everything your dad has taught you in business, in medicine, in life, what would be that one thing?

I’ve never heard him say you can’t do it. I think it is you can do it. You can think about it. I hear in my head as you said that. One time, he said, “This thing that happened, we were given that as a gift to get us here.” What I got is that take what you have and what you don’t have and fix it. That’s where the root cause came from. You find what’s causing it and you fix it.

How important has self-development been in your life?

The biggest gift I’ve ever been given. What’s funny is you mentioned Mary Kay earlier. She was a client back in the early ‘80s, mid-‘80s maybe. It’s hard for me to remember when the year was but she came into our office and the room went completely silent. I turned around, there was a little lady in pink and I recognized her face and I was wearing a pink tie quite by accident. She walked in and she said, “Nice fashion choice.” I said, “Thank you. You, too.” She leaned forward and said, “I dislike pink.”

I said, “I know that.” She said, “How do you know that?” I said, “I read your book.” She said, “How did you get a copy of my book?” I said, “My dad gave it to me.” She said, “Your dad had my book.” I said, “My dad is Dr. Tennant.” She said, “I get it. You’re interesting. What are you doing on Friday?” I said, “I don’t have any plans yet.” She said, “Do you have a tuxedo?” I said yes.

First, she asked me to come to her office. That’s what she said. She said, “Can you get off next week?” I said, “Yes, on Wednesday.” I went in and she showed me personally around Mary Kay cosmetics. I had never done that to a soul. She said, “I’ve never done this for anybody, but God told me that you are going to need to know what I know. I need to share this with you.”

What she said was, “Everybody has an opinion. If you are smart as a business leader, you will ask everybody because it’s going to give you all sides of the coin then you decide what is best for your customer, for yourself, and for what you are supposed to do.” That’s when she said, “What are you doing Friday? Do you have a tuxedo?” I said, “Yes.” She said, “I want you to be my apprentice one more day. You’ll give away cars, purses, and diamonds because again, God is telling me you need to know what I know. It’s about those people and what they would never do for themself by seeing them and hearing them. You need to know this. I wouldn’t be the first one to teach that to you.”

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That set me up for looking for these other people to say, “I have something to share with you,” which is why Tony Robbins, Sean Callagy, and a couple of other people we haven’t mentioned that I get a brief moment. Instead of where they answer a question and walk away, they stop for a moment and talk because I’m not there to take anything from them where people think, “You’re a celebrity.”

They’re not a celebrity. They’re a human. They see that because I’m not about, “I want to take a picture with you. I want to take something from you but I will take what you gift to me.” It happened that that seems to be a pattern. Again, it’s what my soul wants because I’ll take what they said and then share it with other people. It did help me have what my soul needs, which is to help other people.

You’ve met some incredible people certainly. You’re right because I haven’t met a lot of celebrities in my life, but the people I’ve met that I respect, you can take a picture with them and all that stuff, but that’s not what matters. It’s that moment in time that you spend with them. I spent a couple of minutes with your dad. Charlie introduced me to him and I spent about three minutes during his session. I told him what great respect I have for him and everything that he’s done. We chatted a little bit about the immune system because that’s my business.

We chatted a little bit about that and some of the scientists that I’ve worked with through the years. He has great respect for them. I’ve been taking his picture and putting it on Facebook. I probably should have. What’s more important was that I spent that time with a great man, thought leader, influencer, and healer versus, “I got a picture with this guy.” What’s more valuable that I’ll tell my grandchildren about is that versus the rah-rah sis boom bah stuff.

Scott, as we’re wrapping up here, you’ve had a remarkable life but you’re still a young guy. You still have a long way to go. You’re incredibly healthy and you got tremendous advantages and knowledge. You’re also a natural path. What a little career you had. I know you’re not practicing now, but another thing that you dove into head first and said, “Let me tackle this.” That’s amazing. Whatever timeframe you want to quantify it, 1 year, 2 years, 5 years, 10 years, next week, what’s ahead?

I want to take what we’re doing and make it live past my dad and myself. I don’t want this to be a fleeting moment where the information we have and what we’re working with and helping create with others. I don’t want that to end. I want it to go forward past us like a legacy. That is an open discussion we’re having because we all know we’re going to expire sometime. What happens if and when something happens to one of us?

We’re actively looking at ways to make sure that the gift keeps giving. That’s what I want to do in any way that I possibly can. It is a blessing because some of these meetings, especially with Tony, go on for 14 to 16 hours a day for 5 days straight. By the end, you’re exhausted because you’re learning. There’s so much coming, new information, new speakers, people downloading what they know, and gifting everything they have. I have also the opportunity that these people are coming over and they’re saying, “Can we talk for a moment because I’m not well?”

They then feel that connection and they say, “I’m going to let that down a hair to get a question or an answer to my question.” I’ll walk away and say, “This was a good day.” I notice my dad says the same thing we always have, “This was a good day.” Look at the people that we were able to serve to heal. That’s what I want to do. Continue to serve and heal regardless of how.

You’ve been a healer. Your dad has been a healer. Your family is a healer. There have been so many people here in the Dallas area that, in conversations, will mention, “I went through this thing with Dr. Tennant. I know Dr. Tennant.” By the way, a lot of friends of mine in the medical profession that use your dad’s products are patients, customers, and huge fans as well. Congratulations and continued success. Have the last word. Inspire our audience to do something now. What would that be?

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Scott, thank you so much, my friend.

Thank you so much. I appreciate it.


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