36. How Bad Do You Want It?

All the tools, strategies, and tactics mean absolutely nothing, if you aren’t hungry and willing to put in the work.

There are no short cuts.

The problem is you see a successful Chiro after years of honing their skills, their communication, and you see the team around making it look easy or natural.

Or maybe they were born super talented or born lucky.

But that is all B.S. they put in work and showed up day in and day out.

When they were tired, they showed up.

When they were sick, they showed up.

When they didn’t feel like it, they still showed up.

You can work hard and go nowhere; if you are utilizing the guess, check, and revise method, you may work hard but go nowhere and get frustrated.

However, those people still do better than the ones who do nothing.

Hunger, a real raging fire of desire, is the key.

When you want it bad enough, you find the teacher, the tool, or the opportunity you need, and you take it.

So, go get it!!!!

Keep Charging,

Dr. FJ Schofield



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