Air traffic

Have you seen this satellite image on YouTube? It’s a greatly speeded up look at air traffic around the globe over a 24-hour period. Each yellow dot is an airplane in the sky making its way from one point to the next, loaded with passengers and cargo. It looks very much how I envision the […]

“Performance” isn’t only for athletes

In his book, “Chiropractic Revealed: One on One with the Great Masters of a Misunderstood Profession,” editor David K. Scheiner, DC, interviewed a number of well known chiropractic leaders and one of the questions he asked them was, “How do chiropractic and performance relate?” This is an important question because chiropractic isn’t just about getting […]

In these hard times

I don’t think I’ve talked to a single practitioner lately who hasn’t complained about the bad economy, the “hard times” or the financial crisis (in their practice, the country and/or the world). Patients aren’t coming in, revenues are down, they can’t afford the rent, they’re facing ruin. In the past, I would’ve joined them in […]

Is the profit motive wrong?

By Terry A. Rondberg, DC There’s an aura about wellness providers, some indescribable sense that they’re morally and ethically superior to medical doctors. Frankly, I agree! But I think sometimes we take that image of altruism too far when we shy away from having (or admitting to have) a profit motive in our practice. Jasson […]

To Be World-Class People, We Have to Think World-Class Thoughts

by Terry A. Rondberg, DC “Wealth is the product of a man’s capacity to think.” –Ayn Rand, Author, Philosopher, 1905-1982 Today, if you went to work because you wanted to, you control money. But if you went to work because you had to, money controls you. As a wealthy nation, 99% of the U.S. population […]