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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...


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...


Creating Ease In Your Life - Dr. Peter Amlinger

Sometimes we are at crossroads of what we really want to do with our life or what our purpose is. For some who have found their purpose, they are fortunate. One way to know if what we’re doing is right is if it creates a sense of ease in ourselves. Everything becomes easier because it has become your passion. On this episode, we have Dr. Peter Amlinger. Dr. Peter Amlinger graduated at the top of his class from CMCC in 1985, and has maintained a family oriented principle based practice in...


Getting In On Animal Chiropractic - Dr. Bill Ormston

Chiropractic is important not only to humans but also to animals too. It does not only limit to domestic animals but also includes adjusting animals that are part of the food supply. Being able to perform chiropractic on animals provides a lot of benefits not only to the animal itself but also to the environment. On this episode, we have Dr. Bill Ormston. He received a BS in Animal Science in 1982 and a veterinary degree in 1982, both from Iowa State University. He became a certified Animal...


Pursuing Chiropractic - Dr. Frank Vaught

Struggles and hardships are always present whenever pursuing a career. There comes a point in your journey where you feel that you are astray but never lose faith. Focus on your goals and believe in what you are doing for you will reap the rewards of your hard work. On this episode, we have Dr. Frank Vaught Jr. He is the founder and owner of Health on Earth Wellness Centers. Dr. Vaught is a community leader for personal health and wellness, and an inspirational speaker. Dr. Frank talks...


Starting the Journey to Chiropractic - Dr. Patrick McMahon

Starting out in an industry is never easy. There will always be hardships and struggles. It goes with the saying that “Success doesn’t happen overnight”. We may experience that everything that we hoped and planned for didn’t follow through. Learn from the struggles and then re-invent it. On this episode, we have Dr. Patrick McMahon. He graduated at Parker University in 2002 with a Bachelor in Science in Human Anatomy, Chiropractic. He’s one of the founders of Syntropy Chiropractic...


Leading A Conversation - Brandi MacDonald

How do we lead a conversation? Not many people have the skill to lead a conversation. Leading a conversation does not only pertain on how to lead conversation but also on how not to stomp conversation. For someone to have this skill is a great advantage however it takes time and experience to acquire it. Once this skill is practiced, it can definitely bring good results not only to one’s profession but also for personal development. On this episode, we have Brandi MacDonald. She talks...


Changing Lives By Restoring The Curve - Dr. Michael Hall

Technology isn't all bad but if that’s all we do, we're going to have troubles. Forward head posture is one of the most common musculoskeletal disorders associated with the use of imaging devices and when the head goes forward, chest expansion diminishes, which puts you at risk of a number of diseases. On this episode, we are here with one of my mentors, Dr. Michael Hall. Dr. Michael talks about how correlated our cervical spine health is to our physiology and mental health, and that when...


Acknowledging Chiropractic Assistants - Cath Foote

Having a chiropractic assistant is essential to make sure that the chiropractor can focus on being a chiropractor and on making a difference but being a CA is not easy. There are a lot of things that go on to be a chiropractic assistant. On this episode, we are here with Cath Foote. Before knowing Dr. Craig Foote, her husband, she didn’t know much about chiropractic at all. Her husband was her introduction to chiropractic and he taught her a lot about the practice. Cath talks about how her...


Tapping Into Your Creative Mind - Jonah Sachs

We all know that the world is changing and we also got to change with it because if we keep on doing what we did yesterday, it’s not going to continue to work. But when we do something that we’ve never tried before, we create all these new ideas about the thing that we’re good at. On this episode, we are here with Jonah Sachs, who is a returning guest and author of the book Unsafe Thinking. Jonah explains the difference between “safe thinking” and “unsafe thinking” and how the latter can...


Connecting With Yourself, Your Practice, And Your Community - Dr. Erin Hawken

One of the reasons why people get burned out is they have lost their love of what they do or they have lost being able to see why they do what they do. At those times, connecting with yourself, the practice, and the community are things that are going to bring you back to life. On this episode, we are here with Dr. Erin Hawken. She graduated from Murdoch University and has been in practice for 13 years. She has worked as an associate in four different practices and now, she has her own...


Getting Involved In Chiropractic - Dr. Gilles LaMarche

How involved are you outside of your practice? That is the question Dr. Gilles LaMarche asks every chiropractor he meets. Dr. Gilles encourages chiropractors to get involved in the practice. When we are more involved in the practice, it impacts you, your life, your career, and your community for the rest of your life. On this episode, we are with Dr. Gilles. He is the Vice President of Professional Relations at Life University. Also, he has been an Ambassador of the Australian Spinal...


Staying Connected With Yourself - Dr. Tiffany Johnson

Before you can be connected with your practice members, your team, your family, and everything else, you have to be first connected with yourself and grounded. On this episode, we are here with Dr. Tiffany Johnson. She graduated from Northwestern Chiropractic and has been in practice for 12 years. Also, she is a mom of two adorable kids. Dr. Tiffany shares her experience of how she ran into a Board issue and how she accepted the full suspension, probation, and monitoring so she can start...


Increasing Financial Literacy - Jonathan Gold

Dr. Demartini who is one of my mentors said that one of the best things chiropractors could do to be better chiropractors and to help chiropractic, in general, is to become more financially stable. If we’re more financially stable, everything we do is from a state of purpose. On this episode, we are here with Jonathon Gold. He completed a Bachelor of Commerce with a Major in Finance in Concordia University in Montreal. He is the founder of Gold Investment Management, a company that is...


Making A Commitment To Chiropractic - Dr. Ron Oberstein

Shedding the husk that's on us and taking from above down inside out that you're going to create a big impact is a big part to being able to make a difference and give, do, love, and serve better. On this episode, we are here with Dr. Ron Oberstein. He graduated from Life Chiropractic College, which is now Life University, in 1981 and is the current President of Life West. Dr. Ron has been in practice for 37 years and his goal is to spread the chiropractic message and get the world under...


Asking The Right Questions - Brandi MacDonald

Everything you talk about in your practice is directly related to what you believe in chiropractic and if you’re not aligned with your concepts, it’s hard to ask the right questions and to understand what’s really going on with the person who comes into your office. On this episode, we are here with Brandi MacDonald. She talks about what the most important concepts are and shares different scenarios to help us understand those so we can help people achieve their true potential. Aside from...


Transitioning Into A Vitalistic Practice - Dr. Danny Constable

Chiropractic is not a numbers game. The number of patients you see and the amount of money you earn don’t matter. Chiropractic is about helping people reach their full potential. On this episode, we are with Dr. Danny Constable. He graduated from Palmer University in 2000 and now runs a successful practice in Germany. Dr. Danny talks about the difference between the mechanistic practice and vitalistic practice and the reason why he converted his practice into the latter. Get all the...


Being Mindful - Vikki Kelly

Our ability to pay attention has atrophied because of the way that we live our lives and thus learning how to be present and mindful is crucial so we can make better decisions and be in a state of homeostasis. On this episode, we are with Vikki Kelly. She’s a mother of three kids, a business owner, a director, a speaker, and is passionate about helping people understand the importance of mindfulness and meditation. Vikki shares tips on how we can start being more present and how it can...


Finding Out What Your Real Target Is In Practice - Dr. Otto Janke

Any time Dr. Otto Janke has been burned out is because he lost his way and took his eye off his real target in practice. He pissed away a fortune on things that started taking him away from his gifts but soon, he realized that mistake and learned from it. On this episode, we are here with Dr. Otto. He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1992 and has been in practice for more than 26 years. He shares the importance of focusing on your goal and your gifts and how it can help you...


Selling Chiropractic Instead Of Yourself As The Chiropractor - Dr. Donald Francis

Selling yourself as the chiropractor, building a practice which is all about you, and hiring an associate into that practice is a good recipe for trouble. On this episode, we’re here with Dr. Donald Francis who has been in practice for nine years. He’s a former soldier and was an officer in the Royal Regiment Artillery for almost 12 years. He went to Palmer University when he was 32 years old and graduated in 2009. Now, he runs the fastest growing Chiropractic Clinic in the Scottish Borders...