The right thing and the easy thing are often two different things.
The easy thing is to let patients believe your cervical adjustments are treating their headaches. The hard thing is to explain that they don't.
The easy thing is to let patients keep their allopathic mindset and to “go along to get along.” The hard thing is to make vitalism meaningful and relevant.
The easy thing is to adjust as soon as possible, neglecting a formal report of findings. The hard thing is knowing that some patients will reject your recommendations.
The easy thing is to keep an under performing team member, making excuses for their lapses. The hard thing is to search, interview, hire and train someone new.
The easy thing is to blame the weather, insurance carriers or town. The hard thing is to accept responsibility that we are the sum total of our beliefs and decisions.