Life is a daring adventure, and, as Sterling Kierkegaard said, life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forward. Sometimes life takes you on many twists and turns, and you do not know until later why things happen the way they did, that is why life can be such an adventure. In this Mile High podcast episode, we connect with Michael Sontheimer in Peru.
Michael Sontheimer graduated chiropractic school in the U.S., practiced for years, and after healing after an accident and injury, moved down to Peru and has become a vital part of the Shubel Chiropractic Clinics there. In this episode, you will get a bird's eye look into what it is like to practice chiropractic internationally. A major takeaway from the episode is the reminder that chiropractic is awesome and that you have so much to give.
In addition, we covered being active in our profession and how important that is. There's so much all of us can do to help move the needle forward, bit by bit, and we're all part of the team.
One thing I gained from this interview, and knowing Michael Sontheimer is getting a bigger vision, and expanding your vision beyond the four walls of your office is vital to your contribution and growth in the chiropractic profession. We all have callings to make a bigger impact. What's yours?
Question of the day: "If you knew you could not fail what would you do?" Please let me know in the comments.
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