How to Beat the Superstitions

You know what I’m talking about. Those pesky superstitions that keep people from ever going to a chiropractor. (He’s a quack. Or a hippie.) Or the superstitions that keep them from really committing to their care. (I’ll just get pressured into going forever.) Part of your job as a chiropractor is figuring out how to beat those superstitions – which … Read More

Three Secrets to Creating Raving Fans

While I totally get that it’s rotting my insides with GMOs, there is something wonderful about the Chick-fil-A experience. As I was waiting in line to get lunch one day, I told my sister that I thought working at a Chick-fil-A would be a similar experience to working at Disney World. Each employee always seemed so excited to be serving … Read More

The One Thing that Makes All the Difference

Before I write a blog, I tell myself a piece of advice I learned from Donald Miller. He’s one of my favorite authors and his books have changed my life more than once. The advice he gave to writers was, “Love your readers.” So whenever I get the time, I turn on my computer and open a blank page. But … Read More

You are Yoda

If you haven’t heard of Donald Miller, you should definitely look him up. I started reading his books when I was in college and I connected with him so deeply that my boyfriend and I actually broke up because he disagreed with something Don said (Don’t feel too bad for him, I ended up marrying him three years later after … Read More

What’s Your Why?

I may be a nerd, but I love icebreaker questions. Not because I really want to know what my neighbor’s favorite childhood cartoon is, but because I really want to know my neighbor. And over the years I’ve figured out if I ask simple questions and show genuine interest in the answers, then I can slowly start to ask about more personal … Read More

See It, Own It

When I was in training to work at The Cheesecake Factory, they ingrained into us the phrase, “See it, own it.” The idea was that if you saw a problem, take it personally. See it as your own personal responsibility, and try to fix it. If you couldn’t fix it, find someone who could. I grew up as the oldest … Read More

Nobody Likes Algae

Although I like to think I can get along with most people, there are certain types of people that I can’t connect with, no matter how hard I try. I’m fine with disagreeing with people about things like vaccines or natural childbirth. We can still be friends. But the one type of person that I have no idea what to … Read More

Breaking The Glass Wall

I don’t remember most of what I learned in college, but one thing that our president said will never leave me. He said, “Don’t become so professional that you forget to love people.” After graduating and entering into the business world it became evident that this was easier said than done. Brene´ Brown summed it up in her book, Daring … Read More