Never take chiro advice from this person
From the files of do as I say, not as I do:
I live right next door to the gym where I work out.
Often times I’ll see the trainers in passing as they are coming and going from work.
These guys/girls make their living selling health and fitness advice. So when I see a trainer walking down the street smoking a cigarette, it’s an automatic credibility killer for me.
I always think to myself what the hell they are thinking?
Someone that doesn’t follow their own advice isn’t someone you should be listening to either.
But it goes both ways.
If you’re preaching the benefits of chiropractic care in conjunction with a balanced diet and exercise, yet you’re overweight, your prospects are probably having the same conversation in on their head that I have (and aren’t signing up).
Something to think about.
Speaking of being congruent with what you sell, Roberto will be speaking at the 8 Weeks to Wellness event in Minneapolis on November 9th. He’ll be delivering a mini Influencing from the Front for Chiropractors. He’s doing this 1-day event on Thursday and for a few bucks more, you can train with some of the best in the Chiropractic business the following 2 days.
Get the details here:
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