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Chiropractic Christmas

Inspiration RightT’was the day before Christmas,
but there was no cheer.
No jingle bells jingled, no sound of reindeer.
The word had got out that Santa was sick.
There’d be no friendly visit from jolly St. Nick. The people were sad; no gaiety sounded.For Christmas had come, but Santa was grounded.

He walked down the street,
and what should he see?
On a small sign was printed, Family Life Chiropractic

Now, Santa was not one to like a new tactic,
But all else had failed, so he’d try Chiropractic.
He entered the office and saw at a glance
In a place such as this illness hasn’t a chance.

For all were smiling; the music was snappy,
With all the patients contented and happy.
In a very short time, to judge by the clock,
He was in the adjusting room, talking to Doc.

“It must be the hurry, the tension and all.
I simply can’t seem to get on the ball.
Life used to be easy, just toys, guns and whistles.
Now I have to dodge fall-out,
space ships and missiles.”

And Doc, take a look at the size of this pack!
Have you any idea what it does to my back?
Poor Santa was miserable; just barely able
With the help of the doctor, to get to the table.

The doctor was gentle. Without fuss or tussle
He examined the vertebrae
and relaxed the muscles.
He spotted the trouble, and then with a click,
Started aligning the ailing St. Nick.

And Santa felt aches and pains slipping away.
In no time at all he began to feel gay.
The air was a tingle with a new fallen snow.
And a healthy Kris Kringle was rarin’ to go.

As he went out the door, he threw all a kiss.
Why, it has been centuries since
he’d felt as good as this!
Then once more he shouldered the bag full of toys.
His heart overflowing with true Christmas joys.

So, may we, your friends, echo this cheer?

Merry Christmas to you
and to all a good year!

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Posted by on December 16, 2013 in Chiropractic, Purpose

 

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Genius

Girl sitting reading book looking surprised.Every now and then we hear about someone in school who is considered a genius. Exactly what is a genius, and what does it take to be one? The word “genius” is used to describe someone who possesses extraordinary intelligence. The way the world can recognize a genius is by knowing what he has accomplished. There may be geniuses who have never accomplished anything extraordinary and who never became famous, but their I.Q’s are, nevertheless, on par with those who have.

Genius is not the same as talent. To have talent, a person has to be able to do some special type of work especially well. It means he is able to acquire a certain skill very quickly and easily. For instance, a person may have a talent for playing the piano, or ice-skating, or painting.

But genius is more than talent. A genius usually contributes something to the world which we would not have without them.

Now, it’s true that men and women of genius have usually specialized in some field such as chemistry, literature, music or art. But unless the general intelligence of such a person is exceptional, too, he would merely have talent.

Training, practice and dedication bring out genius, but true geniuses usually has tremendous drive which enables them to work hard and long and to overcome obstacles that would stop ordinary people.

In order to discover a genius or a potential genius in prospective employees,  you should have them do a Personnel Potential Analysis, IQ and Aptitude tests before you hire them.

If you are an employer you can do a free on-line Personnel Potential Analysis and evaluation by clicking on this link: http://employeetestingcenter.com/video.html?q=pt

Yours in discovery,

Paul Turnbull (727) 445-7842 Cell: 727-643-8376

e-mail: employeetestingcenter@gmail.com

 
 

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It’s the “ity” “bity” things that make the difference!

QuadsMy clients all agree that every clinic needs a constant flow of creative ideas in order to stay ahead of the competition. But, unfortunately, creative people are in short supply.

Over the past twenty years I’ve helped my clients realize that we are all born with the ability to be creative! I’ve also stressed that the creative process is only the beginning of the adventure in expanding their businesses. After creativity, comes activity in implementing procedures that when applied actually work. All delivered with obvious sincerity. In other words you can’t deliver a script to new patients and expect them to jump on board. You have to know the material so well that it becomes the natural thing to say at the exact moment it should be delivered.

“The fact that you have creative talent and ability means nothing if you don’t do something with it and one sure way to ensure wasting your talents is to wait to be discovered.” Michael LeBoeuf, book entitled “Imagineering.”

“Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.” Will Rogers.

At seminars you are told the scripts you need to use and you probably bought notes, lectures and manuals that tell you how to use the script but when you got back to the office and the creative moment passes then these materials go on your shelf, some of them in the original shrink wrap. What a waste! Had your creative moment been developed to the point where you knew how to apply the script you would be more likely to use that script.

That is what my upcoming “Round Table” will be all about; developing your creativity while giving you the time to use your new found skills so that you are ready to implement naturally when you return to your office.

Each attendee will leave the Round Table with the tools necessary to be more spontaneous, innovative, and creative.

My Round Tables are limited to 10 attendees. On sign-up, each attendee will get an electronic version of my book, “The Graduate and The Master” a $29.00 value.

Price of the Round Table is $149.00 per attendee. Please call 1-800-789-9931 to register.

Place: Most of the Round Tables are held in Clearwater, Florida but they can be done elsewhere when enough clients pre-register.

Yours in Health,

Paul Turnbull – Direct Phone: 727-643-8376

 

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