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Live a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life with Zen’d

Posted: March 20, 2013 at 9:55 am / by / comments (0)


Steve Curtis, the creator of Zen’d with it’s mission to share their unique herbal formulation combined with their experience, and the wisdom of some of the worlds brightest minds, to help you live a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Steve Curtis discuss the following:

  • So Steve, tell us about Zen’d.
  • What inspired you to create Zen’d?
  • Zen’d offers a number of innovative, health-oriented benefits. Tell us more about these things…
  • What are some of the benefits or competitive advantages that distinguish Zen’d as a leader within its respective area of business?
  • How do you envision Zen’d evolving or expanding in both the short- and long-term?
  • Share with us some success stories from people who are fans of Zen’d.


Steve Curtis is a successful entrepreneur with a passion for business and science. After dropping out of high school in grade 9, Steve worked a few odd jobs then at the age of 19, started his first company. With a start-up budget of $500 and with no external funding he grew the firm to just under $5 Million in annual sales in less than 5 years. Steve went back to school to finish the MIT Entrepreneurship program and the prestigious 3 year Harvard Business School Owner President Manager Program.

Steve keeps a balanced life with many non-business endeavors ranging from climbing mountains and skydiving to writing poetry and practicing yoga and meditation. He is a fan of lifelong learning and reads between 25 to 50 books a year on a diverse range of topics. Steve also regularly donates his time to various philanthropic causes and enjoys supporting innovative research in cancer, immunology and mind body medicine.

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