Teandra Cornish: Feelings are Not Facts [Podcast]

Teandra Cornish is one of the first-time speakers at Mile High 2019 in Denver, August 15th – 18th.  Dr. Teandra hails from Desoto, Texas.  A woman who wears many hats, Dr. Teandra is a loving wife, mother, and co-owner of CTC Chiropractic. Her career in chiropractic is a story of trial to triumph and includes leaving chiropractic for corporate America and opening/closing a practice. Dr. Teandra graduated from Life University and has been serving the DeSoto, TX communities alongside her husband, Dr. Cornell Cornish, Sr., for seven years.

Growing up she had no blueprint for success and is grateful for the opportunity that chiropractic has given her to live a life of her dreams.  Dr. Teandra regularly participates in mentoring and masterminding with other chiropractors from around the country.

When she is not in the chiropractic world, she is busy obsessing over her two beautiful daughters, being a foodie with her husband, and hiding behind the pages of a book. One of her life mantras is a quote by Maya Angelou “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

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Dr. Teandra is going to help you feel amazing from the stage of Mile High in August!  Listen to this podcast and you’ll enjoy the sneak preview.  Then, if you haven’t already reserved seats for yourself and your team at Mile High 007, do it right now.  When you register before June 1st, use the savings code “Cornish” and save $50 off your registration!

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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