There are a lot of docs that are drowning in debt. I know this as a fact, yet nobody ever talks about it. I read (and our list surveys concord), that the average Chiropractor comes out of college owing 150k smacker-oos. And when you go into practice for yourself: add to that your building, your employees’…

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What a disappointing day. Here’s the back story: For some time now I’ve been wanting to teach myself to play guitar. I used to play a bit when I was a kid, but didn’t keep with it. I think it’s a perfect hobby… Other than the guitar, it’s not too expensive. It’s something you can…

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Creating a new presentation can be a D-R-A-G. That project that you allotted 4 hours… turns into 4 days and the monkey on your back to finish becomes almost unbearable. You FINALLY finish it, but the damage is done. You’re traumatized and don’t ever want to go through that again… Even the thought of having…

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Today is Independence day here in ‘Merica. I write you from Big Lake, Washington, where last night they had their annual fireworks show. The local fire department puts it on and it’s funded by all the residents of the lake. It was spectacular. And after the “official” show finished, all the locals put on their…

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It’s the day before Independence day here in America — the land of the home and free. Part of our freedoms as an American, is our freedom of speech. This freedom is often taken for granted and by most, never full understood, just how important it is to our democratic system. Democracy and speechmaking were…

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Most chiropractors want to be authentic. Most chiropractors think they ARE being authentic. Heck, I believe most people, in general, want to be and think they are authentic. But riddle me this: If you’re using a canned presentation that some other person created, how can you be authentic? It isn’t your ideas… It isn’t in…

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There are a gazillion reasons why a presentation isn’t “Impactful”, but one of the most common reasons is people simply try to cover too much information. Have you ever made the mistake of speaking to a chatterbox? Someone who just rambles on and on? Your friendly “hi, how’s it going?”, turns into a never-ending one…

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