Last month I had a stimulating conversation with Dr. Christopher Kent, whose mental agility and sense of humor I have admired for years. You can experience his wisdom each month by subscribing to his On Purpose program that he conducts with Dr. Patrick Gentempo. Our conversation, part of the Sherman College Connect Call program, was recorded May 21, 2012. Dr. Kent is a brilliant interviewer. As you can hear for yourself! Or right click to download.
I’ve never been to a DE meeting (Dynamic Essentials), but when Dr. Brian Lieberman invited me to speak at the weekly Tuesday night Principled Chiropractic Conference Call, I was honored. Not sure how many chiropractic patients get the opportunity to share at a philosophical meeting like this, so I was on my best behavior, sharing the 12 things I believe about chiropractors and patients after these past 30 years as a patient and advocate.
My 41-minute session was recorded and I’ve included it here. (Click the square button). Or download it to your computer. (Right click on the link and choose Save Target As...)
The Band of Brothers is an apolitical organization that meets regularly to cultivate a passion for the principles of chiropractic. You might want to listen in some Tuesday evening at 9 p.m. EST. Simply call 213-289-0500 and enter the access code 6141535#.
On my last visit to the People’s Republic of New Jersey in April, I dropped in on the world headquarters of the Chiropractic Leadership Alliance to sit down for an On Purpose interview with Dr. Patrick Gentempo and Dr. Christopher Kent.
The only thing I know that can slow down time and even make it run backwards is attending the high school graduation ceremony of a distant relative. However, spending time with Pat and Chris has the exact opposite effect. This one-hour interview seemed to take no longer than 10-15 minutes!
They have granted me permission to post the interview here. If you’re not a subscriber to On Purpose become one. The three CDs that arrive each month will keep you up on the latest research affirming chiropractic, the latest political goings on plus a thought-provoking interview. Try a three-month subscription and see for yourself. True, there are chiropractic publications that arrive each month for free. But they simply prove the old adage that “You get what you pay for” and “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.” Enjoy. 65 minutes (To save to your computer, right click on the length link and choose Save Target As...)
Dennis is a great interviewer and each time I get to speak for The Masters Circle, I can count on a follow up interview that usually turns into a delightful Vulcan Mind Meld with a fellow analytical. (You can listen to my previous interview with Dennis here.)
Hope you enjoy the interview. Leave a comment and let me know what you think.
After speaking at the Masters Circle Super Conference last October, Dr. Dennis Perman interviewed me for MasterTalk, their monthly motivation and information CD. (You should subscribe or get to one of their seminars.)
I remember leaving the interview feeling that it had only lasted five minutes (it was almost 17 minutes) and that maybe I’d been a bit too frank with some of the answers to his questions. So, it was with some trepidation that five months later I listened to it while exercising on the treadmill yesterday. You be the judge:
By the way, here are links to some of the resources I mentioned during the interview that you may find helpful: