Gilbert Chiropractor Shares Because He Cares

Yep, you guessed it, that’s me, Dr. Mike.  I’ve never been good at making New Year’s resolutions or promises to keep.  It isn’t that I make them and fail, I just haven’t kept track of things this way.  This year, I’ve gotten off to a good start by reading a post that was written by Laura Fenamore from One Pinky on one of my new favorite blogs, Tiny Buddha.

tiny buddhaI like the idea, promoted there, of calling them solutions.  If you think about it, look at the words themselves; solution, resolution.  One is primary and the other almost has a re-dundant factor.  In other words, the solution solves the problem or issue and the re-solution would be like a second try, because the first didn’t work out quite well enough. Sometimes, refining is a good thing, but let’s aim higher together.

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You get the idea.  So, this year, I’m making some solutions to give myself a better ability to share what I love in life.  I’m going about this by creating a large, spearheaded goal called “Sharing is Caring and Caring is Sharing”.  Then, I’ve got several ways about carrying this ultimate solution through.

The motivation you ask?  I’ve been playing too small in life.  In other words, I haven’t been giving life my all. It’s a hard truth to face, putting it in writing (and sharing it) is really helping me to step up the game, so to speak.  I’m motivated by people in life that are living their passions and I’m excited by the possibility of helping you do the same.

I’m fortunate enough to be able to do what I love and share that gift with others.  You can do the same!  However, there are reasons why you may be feeling limited in your ability to do so.  Maybe you don’t even know what your passions are anymore. Watch the video of Dr. Demartini in this post to learn some great tips and ideas.

It’s strange, but some people have just been doing the status quo for so long, they’ve sort of given up on their dreams or think of it as child fantasy.  I find that sad.  I want to help people express more of their passion and human spirit through their body and in their life.  This is what the world needs now more than ever.

It may help if you can come up with some problem that you’d like to solve.  It could be related to work, a relationship, your finances, weight-related, health or fitness related or it could be more spiritual in nature.

My ‘problem’ is that I’d like to share what I do with more people.  Since I’m only one guy and I’m inside my office for a greater part of the week, how can I do this?  I’ve come up with some ways I can think of, maybe you can share more with me.  I’d love that!

Network Spinal Analysis care has really helped me to live a more vibrant, expressive and connected life.  I know that I’m healthier and happier when I am receiving it than when I’m not.  If you’ve been on the receiving end of Network Care, then you probably feel the same way that I do.

This is actually one way that you can help; share your Network Care experience with your friends and family.  It’s okay if they don’t live near my office, I’d love to refer them to someone in their part of the country or world if that is the case.  Like I said, I want to share what I do with more people, they don’t have to just be people in my local community (though, that’s fun, too 🙂 )

My other main solution is by utilizing the Twitter and Facebook universe.  I have been more of a casual user, posting interesting things from time to time, but I want this to be more of a regular activity.  I want to share my experiences, insights and findings with you more than ever.

I come across and participate in areas that you may not and I learn a lot from these pursuits.  I hope to share more of these with you with the goal of enhancing your life as well.  My solution is to post daily – to these platforms – something of value.   Something enriching to you.  Something that you’d be excited to share with those you love and care about, too.

Other solutions include more regular lectures outside the office and more community gatherings inside the office.  Hopefully, you’ll  be able to attend some or all of them!  I’m looking forward to connecting with you more in the coming year!


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