March 17, 2016

What a Chiropractor Can Learn From a Leprechaun

By Tristan Schaub In Chiropractic Success

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Santa Claus? The Easter Bunny? Cupid?

Some of these Holiday characters don’t even bother!

But, Lucky the leprechaun goes the distance and wears a tailored green blazer, shirt, black fitted pants and some very #Swag emerald dress shoes. This little leprechaun’s appearance is not only stylish in an understated way, but business ready.

93% of potential Chiropractic patients stress the importance of their chiropractor “looking” the part of a doctor; “looking professional”, “looking capable”, “looking valuable” and “looking trustworthy”; in other words, IMAGE is the most important subconscious barrier to your profession’s acceptance and success in the eyes of the patient.

If you can’t find a rainbow, paint your own!

To paint your own rainbow means that you reach for your goals; that you are independent; a free thinker; above peer pressure

Never walk so tall that you can’t see the “wee folk.”

“It’s always good to remember where you come from and celebrate it. To remember where you come from is part of where you’re going.” – Anthony Burgess

and Don’t Be a Jerk

Be Adaptable

Adaptability, or the ability to adjust to a variety of different circumstances, isn’t necessarily the sexiest of traits. But experts say it is essential to enjoying a happy, satisfying life.

High flexibility is characterized by these five attributes: confidence, tolerance, empathy, positiveness and respect for others. The first attribute, confidence, means that you believe in yourself; you trust your own judgment and resourcefulness. – See more at:

Expect magic to happen, and it will

Be Memorable

Memorable brands are clear about who they are, and they consistently deliver on their promise. Repetition creates memorability. People with strong brands often repeat a catch phrase – think of Martha Stewart’s “It’s a good thing” – read more here

Memorable Hack from a very smart person

James Altucher’s $2 Bill Hack is fun and amazing.

“It becomes a conversation piece. If you pull out a $2 bill people say three things: “what is that?”, “where did you get that?”, “they are so beautiful. When you go to a place where you plan on being a regular, always tip 30% and do it all with $2 bills. Nobody is ever going to forget you and you will always be treated well. Plus people will fight with each other to be the one serving you. That’s a nice feeling. You don’t have to be rich. You just have to have $2 bills.”

Learn more about the $2 Bill Hack and other freaking amazing tips here




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