Monday Morning Motivation
Remember, you have little control over how patients respond to your application of energy at opportune times and places along their spine. Imagining that you do, suggests that you see yourself as the hero instead of the patient's ability to self heal.
Consider this a respectful reminder that despite what patients think, you and your adjustments don't do the healing. You're not the hero, the patient is. If they...
...show up to receive their adjustments.
...show up consistently to create a momentum for healing.
...have the resources and potential to heal.
...have the desire and intention to heal.
...have the patience to follow through long enough.
Turns out your job, while very important, is actually more of a supporting role. Yet, most patients are quick to give you the credit. Don't fall for it. Remind them that they're the hero. It's far more accurate of them and attractive of you.