In my early years, there were times when I was broke.
I lived a life filled with stress.
I assumed that life was having a party and that I was not invited.
…and looking back, I wouldn’t change a thing.
It was all necessary for my growth.
It taught me to stay focused.
It taught me to stay relevant.
It taught me the value of NEVER ignoring my list.
As a result of doing the right things consistently over the years, I’ve created momentum.
ChiroTrust members who stay the course by emailing and snail mailing their list each and every month…
Who go in The Vault and actually read what’s in there…
Who ask for help when they need it…
Who attend Committee Meetings…
And who do this over years, not just months….
If you are always looking for a shortcut, you will always lose—every time.
Be hard on yourself.
And at times, be easy on yourself.
At the right times.
…and never think for a moment, that my life, my business, and my days don’t require the same focus, diligence, and accurate thinking as they did 30 years ago.
The process is the same.
It never changes.
You and I will always have good days and bad.
But winners never quit.