Giving Importance To Objective Findings - Brandi MacDonald
Almost everyone wants to get quick results or outcome in any given situation. This is a human condition though. However, there are certain situations that this doesn't really apply. Sometimes we need to learn to delay gratification. In delaying gratification, we may be able to fully get the results that we are expecting. This may not be easy but it can be learned. On this episode, we have Brandi MacDonald. She talks about the importance of objective findings in easing the frustration of both the patients and chiropractors when results are not seen and how objective findings can help with delaying gratification. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
Getting Clear On What You Really Want - Dr. Craig Hazel
Sometimes, people don't say what they want. At times, these are influenced by the people that surround them. People may want a certain thing because everybody wants it or everybody’s doing it. In doing so, we may not feel genuine happiness once we accomplished it. It’s best to be clear on what we really want.
On this episode, we have Dr. Craig Hazel. He graduated from Parker College of Chiropractic in 2004. He is currently the president of the AFC (Alliance for Chiropractic in Ontario).
Dr. Craig talks about how he was able to discover chiropractic and his journey to become a chiropractor. He also shares about his experiences when he was starting out with his practice and how he managed to grow his practice. He also talks about his leadership in the AFC. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
Growing Confidence - Dr. Pier Tierney
Growth in different aspects of a person does not end. It may pertain to personality, emotions, or even way of thinking. What is important is there is the willingness to grow. For some people, confidence is really hard to grow. However, with the help of the people that surrounds you and most importantly, it should come from yourself.
On this episode, we have Dr. Pier Tierney, who is originally from Canada. She completed her degree in Chiropractic in Australia in 2009.
Dr. Pier talks about how she got into chiropractic. She shares about being able to balance the practice and avoiding burn out. She also shares about gaining confidence. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at
Growing the practice - Dr. Theo Koenen
For some people who are starting their practice, you can begin with a small practice. You don’t have to start with a big practice right away.
Starting with a small practice lets you grow your practice with you. You may experience struggles and trials while growing the practice and this is normal. These experiences will surely help you in your practice or personal life later on.
On this episode, we have Dr. Theo Koenen. He graduated from Parker College of Chiropractic in 1999 and he’ll be hosting a big seminar in Portugal.
Dr. Theo talks about how his chiropractic practice started. He shares his journey in growing his practice and provides ways on how not to experience burn out. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at
Learnings From Working With Chiropractors - Brandi MacDonald
In every practice or service, there are strengths and weaknesses. At times, people are oblivious of these weaknesses. These weaknesses can come from a person’s personality, process or financial aspect. There are ways to know and combat these weaknesses. One of them is feedback. Getting feedback gives the people the opportunity to learn and from these learnings comes wisdom.
On this episode, we have Brandi MacDonald. She shares her thoughts about the top learnings from working with Chiropractors. She also shares what could be done on those learnings like for example, people don’t want what they say they want to serve as a guide to people, especially chiropractors, to do better in their practice. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/