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Monday Morning Motivation | Instead of Worry

Worry is a way we pray for something we don't want. Many believe that worrying makes a difference, since most of what we worry about never manifests. Yet that's not proof that worrying works.

More helpful is to create contingency plans. As in, "if this, than that." In other words, "if this happens, then I'll do that." That's what training is for, whether it's an airline pilot prepared to handle landing gear that doesn't retract, to you being prepared for the possible questions that might arise when calling a patient after their first adjustment.

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The Surprisingly Difficult Skill of Listening

listening.jpgOnce a month I have a one-hour mastermind phone call with a terrific chiropractic coach. During his long career he has helped thousands of chiropractors. I consider it a privilege to know him and we regularly spend time exchanging thoughts, concerns, insights and testing new ideas.

Each month one of us chooses a topic and then the following month we discuss its implications. Iron sharpening iron (Proverbs 27:17).

Last week when we met we explored the subject of listening. I'm using this space to share my notes. Mostly, so I'll "own" the major takeaways through the process of writing them down. (One of the reasons our teachers asked us to write book reports.) Here are the seven key points I got out of our mastermind on the subject of listening:

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Monday Morning Motivation | Good Fences

One of the characteristics of the busiest practitioners is they have clear boundaries.

They know who they are and they know their limits. They avoid investing themselves or risking their self-confidence in outcomes that they are powerless to control. Such as what their adjustments do. Or whether a patient will follow through. Or the speed of a patient's recovery. Or a dozen other aspects of the patient relationship for which they are powerless to control.

This requires the understanding that adjustments aren't treating their symptoms. That's the practice of medicine. It's critical that patients understand this fundamental distinction too. Otherwise, they may be inclined to blame you should your "dosage" of three visits a week not "work." And make sure you don't blame yourself when adjustments are unable to revive the patient's ability to self heal.

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What I'm Reading | What to Do When It's Your Turn

yourturn.jpg"Hi my name is Bill and I'm a Seth Godin addict." "Hi Bill." No, there isn't a 12-step program (yet) for those addicted to things Seth Godin, but if there was, I'd attend frequently. Especially after just reading "What to Do When It's Your Turn, and It's Always Your Turn." This is a picture book that is as fun to look at, as it is to read. In a series of extended blog posts Seth tackles subjects such as "being chosen," "the fear of not being accepted" (sound familiar?) and the personal responsibility of creating our art (whether adjusting, writing, singing or serving) so we can find our tribe. Major kick in the glutes.


What Would Your Patients Say?

curriculum.gifI tracked down an appreciative patient of yours that you helped almost a year ago. After some small talk, I asked a few questions about her experience.

"Why did you originally consult a chiropractor?" I asked.

"I kept getting headaches and my friend suggested that I see her chiropractor. Finally, months later, I made an appointment."

"Why did you wait so long to make an appointment?"

"Fear, mostly. Not just because of the neck adjustment, but I didn't want to get myself into something I couldn't get out of."

"I don't understand."

"I heard that once you go to a chiropractor, you have to go for the rest of your life. I didn't want to become dependent on a chiropractor any more than being dependent on pain relievers."

I'd heard this before. But what I really wanted to know was what she had learned from your patient education process.

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