February 2, 2018
When people are faced with many tasks, their main impulse is to ignore the most important thing, and do two things at once. However, multitasking fires the stress response and shuts off the frontal lobe that lowers the person’s IQ.
Jay Papasan is the co-author of The ONE Thing, a New York Times bestseller about identifying your ONE Thing and how to do that thing.
On this episode, he talks about that ONE Thing and how it delivers extraordinary results in every situation. When you focus on it and start establishing your productivity rituals in the morning, you can be back in control instead of being adrift in the stream of life. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more athttp://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
January 31, 2018
One of the reasons why some people kept hitting the walls is that they don’t have a clear foundation of what they’re trying to create in their life.
On this episode, we are here with Dr. Dustin Behn. He grew up in Hampton, Iowa and his passion for sports led him to an injury in which he lost feeling in his arm. His best friend advised him to go to a chiropractor and after being adjusted, his injury improved, which made him decide that he wanted to do that.
Dr. Behn also shares how he made a commitment to growing himself as a person and in what he has to offer the world. He emphasizes how important it is to define who you are and figure out how to build yourself. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
January 24, 2018
Many people are holding themselves back because they're afraid of what others might think about them or they’re worried that they will look inauthentic. Thinking about these things while communicating sends out a message that you’re not confident with what you’re doing. It also makes people feel that you can’t be trusted.
On this episode, we are here with Lorna Earnshaw. She is a singer-songwriter, journalist, dancer, and an online marketer. She has been a voice coach for 15 years focusing, mostly on vocal health and technique.
Lorna helps us understand how to use our voice correctly to be able to communicate effectively and inspire more people. When we can improve how we communicate, not only we can grow our business, but we can also free our voice. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
January 19, 2018
Dr. Paul Reed is the owner and CEO of Bridge Chiropractic with a staff of over 30 and four clinics in Vancouver, WA. After he had his first adjustment in his 8th grade, he knew he wanted to be a chiropractor and do something bigger.
After attending a Cal Jam, Dr. Reed realized that he wanted to keep the chiropractic on the west coast philosophically strong and that’s how ChiroFest was created.
On this episode, he shares how he was able to expand the reach of chiropractic, and not only serve his patients, but also the practice as well. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
January 17, 2018
Dr. Sheridan Kay was born in Australia into a large family of chiropractors. She graduated from Life University in Atlanta, USA in 1996. Currently, Sheridan teaches the Thompson Technique at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic.
She faced a massive challenge when she became an associate of her late father, Dr. Alan Brady. Because of her size and age, people thought she's not strong enough to be a chiropractor. Her father advised her to get stronger with love which she did, and it completely changed her practice.
On this episode, Dr. Sheridan shares the challenges she faced when she was starting her practice and when she moved to New Zealand. Also, there was a time where she felt burned out with family and health. Breathing, having people to guide her to bring things back to herself, setting clear boundaries with love, and looking after herself restored everything for her. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
January 10, 2018
Dr. Ryan Rieder is a coach, speaker, entrepreneur and the co-founder of Halsa Care Group which is the largest provider of chiropractic and physiotherapy in Europe. The business expanded into nine large clinics within four years and is now a multi-million-pound practice.
Ryan believes that a business is not just a single person’s energy and something that doesn’t fall apart when that person is not there. Rather, it is an enterprise that works without you.
On this episode, Ryan talks about the importance of developing yourself as a person because once you have that personal growth, outside growth also happens. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
January 5, 2018
It's easy to get caught up in the demands of our practice that we forget to see the bigger picture of our lives and relationships.
On this episode, we are here with Dr. Mike Southwick, who has been in practice for 18 years. He shares how he was able to keep a good relationship with his wife and kids and have a successful practice at the same time.
When he was in high school, he had a shoulder injury while playing basketball. After undergoing traditional medical care and physical care, it resulted to limited motion. In college, his condition worsened, and his sister referred him to a chiropractor and found immediate relief. At that point, he realized he wanted to be a chiropractor. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
January 3, 2018
What's stopping people from doing things is the fear of stepping into the unknown. However, we won't know what's in there if we don't take the courage to step into it.
Today, we are here with Dr. Naomi Mills. She is the business owner of the Radcliffe Chiropractic Clinic, a chiropractic marketer, and a mother of a two-year-old.
Dr. Mills is a busy chiropractor who sees 220 patients a week and recently bought a new clinic. She shares how she was able to do this and expand her practice in a year by getting things done. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
December 27, 2017
Being surrounded by positive people will fill you with positive energy and inspire you to do better.
On today's episode, we are here with Dr. Ernie von Schilling, who had been in practice for 47 years. He was paralyzed from the waist down at the age of 13 which led him to being carried into a chiropractor's office by his dad. That experience inspired him to pursue chiropractic as a career.
Dr. von Schilling shares how being around with successful people is essential to keep yourself be on fire and how it makes you become a better person. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/
December 22, 2017
For some people, Christmas is not an inspirational time of the year because they live in an obligatory mindset. They have to spend money they don’t have, be with people they don’t like, and present a persona that’s not true.
Going through the holidays with that self-sacrificial mindset not only stresses you mentally, emotionally, and financially, but it also affects you physically. Emotions like fear, guilt, and anger produce stress chemicals that break down your physiology.
On this episode, we are here with Don and Brandi MacDonald. They talk about setting boundaries during the holidays so as not to sacrifice yourself for the things you don't want to do and how to do it without blowing up everything. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/