Teddy Roosevelt once said “Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure…than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory, nor defeat.”
Too many DCs are frozen with fear, EHR on the brain, obediently record keeping, and allowing patient care to slowly fade into the sunset.
Today, if you want to be successful, you’ve got to distance yourself from the pack of common DCs who believe they are entitled to success because of a paper degree.
Ultra-success is not granted by the degree you possess or where you went to school.
You have to earn it, by doing things other DCs can’t or won’t do. You must have the courage to move outside your comfort zone.
Who has the right to tell you what kind of cases you are allowed to work with? Why do insurance companies, state boards, colleges, industry standards, and colleagues feel they have the right to do so?
In TNR, we live by a different set of standards.
We live for difficult cases and we make it a priority to help the next generation. Pain relief is not all there is to health, not by a long shot. We don’t give up on patients, period.
No, we can’t snap our fingers and diseases and illnesses disappear. Everyone regardless of their current health circumstances can have improvement.
Just because many DCs say it can’t be done, doesn’t make it true.
Inside every profession, there is a group who have more conviction, more connection to people, and who strive to rise above the limitations of common men.
Don’t let your boldness and senses of adventure become neutered.
Chiropractic is still the adventure of a lifetime if you know where to look!