I am a firm believer that every day many chiropractors contribute and change lives for the better. I also very much appreciate people having the experience of community with other like-minded practitioners. It increases purpose, certainty, contribution, and sense of value and connection.
As we come out of our annual event in moving forward with the Podcast series. We will highlight many areas that are resources to chiropractors, including members of the Mile High community.
Dr. Stephanie Harris is a local chiropractor and a mom as well as a raving fan of Mile High. She had attended the last three years and she states that being part of Mile High has helped her grow as a practitioner and in her chiropractic certainty. Dr. Stephanie Harris is a chiropractor, mom and solo practitioner who has had a unique journey the last several years. Her daughter has had significant health concerns which you will learn about in the podcast. Her family pulled together and persevered through with the help of many others including the local chiropractic community. It's not only the big events but also the things that happen in all of our everyday lives that are significant. And this one is exceptional.
Enjoy getting to know one of my favorite local docs, Stephanie Harris.
I like so many chiropractors love stories of transformation. For many of us we become chiropractors because of our own life changes. And then are fueled day in and day out by seeing transformation in others. It builds our why and our purpose in the chiropractic mission and vision. Today is the day for Mile High grab them today here.
Many of us go through transformation of our purpose and values of the chiropractic philosophy science and art after we are in practice and get a bigger vision to swell up and are being.
Mile High hero Chris Pellow is just one of those doctors who went through a personal transformation of vision that increased his community impact tremendously. Enjoy getting to know him during this interview by Joel Kinch and may it spark your vision brighter through this podcast.
He will be joining us at mile high today. As said so frequently in this podcast part of the vision of mile high is bringing tribes within the vitalistic and subluxation conscious side of the profession together. Over the last 20 to 40 years we spent, in my humble opinion, too much time within her own technique, marketing, practice management tribes in such a way that we forget first we are a chiropracTOR and we can do and accomplish more together.
Mile High is just that movement enjoy the podcast. Myself, Richelle Knowles, Joel Kinch and Dan Lemberger look forward to enjoying this stellar weekend with all of you and hearing how you and your practice transform and impact transformation in your community.
This is a landmark episode of the podcast. The first edition of the Mile High Podcast with the chairman of Chiropractic World Dominance (self-appointed) Liam Schubel. Dr. Liam Schubel is a tremendous leader and visionary in the chiropractic profession on numerous levels. Not only does he run 19 offices worldwide, he is the author of a smash-hit book “Cast To Be Chiropractors”, serves the profession on the Sherman Chiropractic College Board of Trustees he is also on the board of directors of the International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations. Read Dr. Schubel's full bio here. Mile High tickets are going fast, Grab them today here.
In this episode, Dr. Schubel pulls the curtain back on the key factors that separate the productive doctor of chiropractic from the unproductive one. Someone who has mentored over 150 chiropractic associates in his office over the last decade has to be completely blind to not see what makes the difference in who is the best because success leaves clues. By watching the trends of who is the top producing practitioners he can unveil a few of the top things to focus on for your own office.
This episode will Increase your productivity, increases your contribution, increase your impact and most importantly increase your bottom line.
Traveling around the world to help more chiropractors influence more lives and increases their impact while also helping more practitioners focus on the one thing that separates chiropractic from the rest of the healing arts, so that we can thrive in our true identity. Additionally, we run through the key happenings at Mile High coming up in just a few days. We look forward to you joining us for the next event. Stay tuned on social media to see all the exciting Mile High news and events, as they unfold.
Very few people in chiropractic impress me as much as Dr. Shawn Dill. When you realize what he has accomplished in the last five to ten years you will know he's a person who's focused on reaching their next level, as well as helping others reach their next level. He has a clear vision, objective, and goals that he is working towards consistently. Furthermore, he is someone who most certainly thinks beyond the four walls of their own office, and who they can personally get their hands on one by one. To increase how much impact one has you must help others have more impact. Mile High is around the corner; Got Tickets? Grab them today here.
TA 1995 Logan Graduate who has practiced in Costa Rica, has been part of the faculty of Life West, and helped coordinate run multiple consulting programs. His bio is quite impressive. Read Shawn Dill's complete biography here.
In the last five years he centralized his focus to 3 main areas. The Art of the Specific training programs, the Specific Centers, and most recently the Black Diamond Club. I recently got to enjoy dinner with him and his fiancée Lacey Book at the Ruby Hills Golf Course and country club. Make sure you especially listen to what he says about that in this podcast, as it will help you set your own task for success.
AAs you get to know Dr. Shawn Dill through his Podcast, I know that your appreciation of who he is, his values, his focus and his drive to achieve will grow as well how you can impact the world more. Some of the key topics that we covered are the difference between marketing and sales, difference between the ideal client and target market as well as why what has been tried in the past has not worked. Additionally, I found a new appreciation for being focused on your technique along with a plan for excellence. Let us know your feedback about this interview, how it impacts you and your practice and look forward to seeing you at Mile High August 18-21, 2016.