dosIQ App Gets Major Buzz at SXSW

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dosIQ enjoys good press from Forbes, LifeHack.org, Tonya Hall (Colorado Radio Network), and The Chris Voss Show. CEO Jason Nunnelley reaches out to press to offer entertaining and enlightening interviews.

I’d love to have six pack abs again. But really, my main goals are just to dance at my daughters' weddings and someday take my grandkids fishing (like Grandpa did), also maybe just enjoy life a bit more on the way.

SXSW is an opportunity to meet cool folks doing exciting things and results in good press for dosIQ from Forbes, LifeHack.org, Tonya Hall (Colorado Radio Network), and The Chris Voss Show. dosIQ's CEO Jason Nunnelley is passionate about helping people track their behavior and lifestyle choices, empowering them to tweak behavior to achieve personal wellness goals. While SXSW is still on everyone's mind, he is reaching out to media to offer what he promises will be a fun interview that connects with any audience.

Like a lot of us, Jason suffers from a combination of imperfect genes and an admitted lazy streak when it comes to health and fitness.

“I’d love to have six pack abs again. But really, my main goals are just to dance at my daughters' weddings and someday take my grandkids fishing (like Grandpa did), also maybe just enjoy life a bit more on the way,” explains dosIQ CEO Jason Nunnelley.

As a nerd, Jason is obsessed with the idea of hacking (a techy term for finding quick solutions) his way to better living; dosIQ was borne of that passion. It is often said, "Take a look at what you're eating." dosIQ takes that message to heart, with a unique photojournal-based approach to diet and lifestyle change. The website and apps allow people to easily track their dietary and lifestyle disciplines and connect with a support network of others who share those goals so they can receive encouragement and crowd source information.

Jason’s story is personal, intimate, relevant to your audience, and above all entertaining. So if you’d like to do an interview of 5, 10, 20, or (as on Tonya Hall's show) a full 45 minutes of raucous real life sharing, he hopes to hear from you.

dosIQ’s website: http://www.dosiq.com
Jason Nunnelley's personal email address: jason(at)dosiq(dot)com
dosIQ's Phone: +1 256 693 2808

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