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Profiles in Courage

 I hear it almost every week: the sad story of a Chiropractor being betrayed or let down by a coach entrusted to help them. It’s more common than you might think. Today, we see so many substitutes and imitations for coaching. Some are cookie-cutter, online marketers, profit over people, and, of course, sales tactics. TNR…

Profiles in Courage

 It starts with what ostensibly seems to be no big deal: “Will you fill out a request by my insurance company for more info? I need it so I can be reimbursed for being sick.” “Will you write a note so I don’t have to wear a mask? It will only take you a few…

Profiles in Courage

 Because we face so many distractions in our society it is easy to be seduced away from our strength of what we know to be true to the ever-pressing need for something new. Something new does not always mean forward progress, betterment, or evolution. Oftentimes, what is new distracts us from what we know and…

Profiles in Courage

 As Chiropractors, we certainly live busy lives. We are caring for lots of people in our offices and facing rejection on a daily basis, so it’s easy to get ground down. It’s tempting and seductive to get pulled into things and circumstances that just don’t matter.  Maybe something seemed like a good idea at the…

Profiles in Courage

 Since 1977 with Dr. Joe Flesia and Dr. Guy Reikeman, Renaissance has stood for excellence, humanity, and ground-breaking thought about how to run a once-in-a-lifetime office, regardless of the restrictions, laws (some states still had provisional licenses where you had to practice under a real doctor), and what Chiropractors thought about it, i.e. popularity.  You…

Profiles in Courage

 It can feel like you’ve lost your way. You will also have to ‘face up’ to your newfound beliefs and behaviors to people who have the ‘old expectations and behaviors of you firmly in place. Most just won’t let it go unless they hit rock bottom or step on a landmine.  Others just won’t pay…