November 14, 2018
There could be a lot of barriers to something that you love to do. It could be distance, money, and a whole lot of factors. However, if you are driven and passionate, you will be able to overcome it.
If you love what you’re doing, you’ll find a thousand ways to make it work. You just have to believe in yourself and never give up.
On this episode, we have Dr. Jorge Campos. He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic and is currently practicing chiropractic in Chile.
Dr. Jorge talks about how chiropractic was introduced to him. He also shares how he was able to survive studying in the U.S. and how he was able to overcome the struggles of practicing chiropractic in his country. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
November 7, 2018
Sometimes, people tend to overthink. They are scared to do or take the next step in their practice or profession for the thought that it might not work in their favor.
The more time that we spend on thinking on the bad things that will happen, we lose the opportunity to grow. Take that step and you’ll never know, it might be the best thing that will happen to you.
On this episode, we have Dr. Keltie Warren. She graduated from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College last 2013. She owns Warren’s Chiropractic Café of life.
Dr. Keltie talks about how she got into Chiropractic. She shares her struggles with the practice and how she was able to overcome it. She also provided tips on how to be able to practice chiropractic successfully. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
October 31, 2018
Sometimes we are at crossroads of what we really want to do with our life or what our purpose is. For some who have found their purpose, they are fortunate.
One way to know if what we’re doing is right is if it creates a sense of ease in ourselves. Everything becomes easier because it has become your passion.
On this episode, we have Dr. Peter Amlinger. Dr. Peter Amlinger graduated at the top of his class from CMCC in 1985, and has maintained a family oriented principle based practice in Mississauga since that time.
Dr. Peter talks about how got into chiropractic and his experiences. He also shares how it was easy for him to dedicate his life to the principle, to the profession and to the humanity. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
October 24, 2018
Chiropractic is important not only to humans but also to animals too. It does not only limit to domestic animals but also includes adjusting animals that are part of the food supply. Being able to perform chiropractic on animals provides a lot of benefits not only to the animal itself but also to the environment.
On this episode, we have Dr. Bill Ormston. He received a BS in Animal Science in 1982 and a veterinary degree in 1982, both from Iowa State University. He became a certified Animal Chiropractor in 1998.
Dr. Bill talks about how he got into Animal Chiropractic and his experiences adjusting animals. He also shares the effects of adjusting animals to the community. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
October 17, 2018
Struggles and hardships are always present whenever pursuing a career. There comes a point in your journey where you feel that you are astray but never lose faith. Focus on your goals and believe in what you are doing for you will reap the rewards of your hard work.
On this episode, we have Dr. Frank Vaught Jr. He is the founder and owner of Health on Earth Wellness Centers. Dr. Vaught is a community leader for personal health and wellness, and an inspirational speaker.
Dr. Frank talks about how he got into chiropractic and his experiences starting out in the business. He also shares how he’s mentoring other chiropractors. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
October 10, 2018
Starting out in an industry is never easy. There will always be hardships and struggles. It goes with the saying that “Success doesn’t happen overnight”. We may experience that everything that we hoped and planned for didn’t follow through. Learn from the struggles and then re-invent it.
On this episode, we have Dr. Patrick McMahon. He graduated at Parker University in 2002 with a Bachelor in Science in Human Anatomy, Chiropractic. He’s one of the founders of Syntropy Chiropractic Training.
Dr. Patrick talks about how he was introduced to Chiropractic and shares his journey in this profession. He also gives helpful tips to those who are starting out in the Chiropractic industry. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
October 3, 2018
How do we lead a conversation?
Not many people have the skill to lead a conversation. Leading a conversation does not only pertain on how to lead conversation but also on how not to stomp conversation.
For someone to have this skill is a great advantage however it takes time and experience to acquire it. Once this skill is practiced, it can definitely bring good results not only to one’s profession but also for personal development.
On this episode, we have Brandi MacDonald. She talks about steps that can help in successfully leading a conversation and how it can help the profession, especially for chiropractors. She shares that the biggest trait in leading a conversation is confidence and how psychological comfort is provided to people when confidence is displayed. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
August 29, 2018
Technology isn't all bad but if that’s all we do, we're going to have troubles.
Forward head posture is one of the most common musculoskeletal disorders associated with the use of imaging devices and when the head goes forward, chest expansion diminishes, which puts you at risk of a number of diseases.
On this episode, we are here with one of my mentors, Dr. Michael Hall.
Dr. Michael talks about how correlated our cervical spine health is to our physiology and mental health, and that when we can restore the curve, we can also restore lives. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
August 23, 2018
Having a chiropractic assistant is essential to make sure that the chiropractor can focus on being a chiropractor and on making a difference but being a CA is not easy. There are a lot of things that go on to be a chiropractic assistant.
On this episode, we are here with Cath Foote. Before knowing Dr. Craig Foote, her husband, she didn’t know much about chiropractic at all. Her husband was her introduction to chiropractic and he taught her a lot about the practice.
Cath talks about how her journey as a chiropractic assistant began and how crucial that role is in helping grow and maintain the practice. She also shares about her mindset behind hiring a staff and looking after them, and how you can keep them inspired on a regular basis. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
August 15, 2018
We all know that the world is changing and we also got to change with it because if we keep on doing what we did yesterday, it’s not going to continue to work.
But when we do something that we’ve never tried before, we create all these new ideas about the thing that we’re good at.
On this episode, we are here with Jonah Sachs, who is a returning guest and author of the book Unsafe Thinking.
Jonah explains the difference between “safe thinking” and “unsafe thinking” and how the latter can help us break into our creative minds. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/