“The more you know, the more unhappy you are.”
~ Henry James
It’s the life of the ambitious, the producer, the busy person.
The “successful” person.
All the things knowledge, skill, or abilities require.
But do they create happiness, power, or freedom?
Or just busyness?
Does knowledge make it easier or impossible to relate to others?
Is ignorance the key to bliss?
These are the things that I spend time thinking about.
I created ChiroTrust as a “hack” of sorts so that D.C.s did not have to feel trapped by their practices, trapped by the illusion of success, and trapped by the ego.
I love thinking about this stuff. Reading about it. Talking about it.
I’m obsessed, actually.
I have more questions than answers but this I know…
We all want more peace and fewer problems.
I like practice solutions that last—ideally for a lifetime—that are not dependent on equipment, social media, insurance codes, gimmicks, campaigns, or the need to retool, reinvent, or re-evaluate.
We all tend to complicate things with new information, new ideas, and new products/services.
People love “new”.
Personally, I love “old”.
“Old” has a track record.
“Old” has staying power.
“Old” is evergreen.
Boring gets a bad rap.
At the end of the day, know thyself.
It may be the only knowledge that creates power and happiness.