There are times that people feel exhausted with their business or profession. There are a lot of ways to cope with this exhaustion. One thing is to look after yourself. You need to take care of your self first before you can be able to serve others. You can also result in other activities that make you happy which is totally outside your profession or business.
On this episode, we have Dr. Alison Young. Dr. Alison talks about how she got into chiropractic, and how she deals with burn out. She also shares some of her top self-care tips.
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Retention Strategies, Communication, and Having Certainty - Dr. Martin Harvey
There are a lot of ways to be successful in a business or a profession. It is a little bit of everything. Every aspect should be accounted for. It can be from your certainty in your abilities to how you deal with your customers. Each person has his/her own road to success. As long as you and your customers’ beliefs are aligned, then you’re on the right track.
On this episode, we have Dr. Martin Harvey. He talks about his idea of certainty and how it applies to the profession. He also talks about tying communication with his procedures and provides tips about retention. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
Finding Your Technique - Dr. Peter Kevorkian
Every person has their own needs and wants in life. It differs for everyone. The needs and wants of one person may not be as important to the other person. This also applies to any profession or service.
For chiropractors, being sensitive to the people that you adjust is important. Some people are receptive to delicate touch while others may need a different approach. When providing service, it must be catered to the customer’s needs.
On this episode, we have Dr. Peter Kevorkian. He talks about his journey on how he was able to find his own technique for c+hiropractic. He shares on how he's able to flex back and forth between his techniques. He also provides tips on how to stay consistent in providing chiropractic service. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at
Overcoming the Distance - Dr. Jorge Campos
There could be a lot of barriers to something that you love to do. It could be distance, money, and a whole lot of factors. However, if you are driven and passionate, you will be able to overcome it.
If you love what you’re doing, you’ll find a thousand ways to make it work. You just have to believe in yourself and never give up.
On this episode, we have Dr. Jorge Campos. He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic and is currently practicing chiropractic in Chile.
Dr. Jorge talks about how chiropractic was introduced to him. He also shares how he was able to survive studying in the U.S. and how he was able to overcome the struggles of practicing chiropractic in his country. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at
Do The Thing That Scares You - Dr. Keltie Warren
Sometimes, people tend to overthink. They are scared to do or take the next step in their practice or profession for the thought that it might not work in their favor.
The more time that we spend on thinking on the bad things that will happen, we lose the opportunity to grow. Take that step and you’ll never know, it might be the best thing that will happen to you.
On this episode, we have Dr. Keltie Warren. She graduated from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College last 2013. She owns Warren’s Chiropractic Café of life.
Dr. Keltie talks about how she got into Chiropractic. She shares her struggles with the practice and how she was able to overcome it. She also provided tips on how to be able to practice chiropractic successfully. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at