Sunday, August 21, 2016

Business/Practice tip of the week August 21st, 2016

Today is the final day of the Olympic competitions and celebration ceremonies for 2016.

I imagine that most everywhere in the world, people have been enjoying the process and seeing the best in the world with differing skills and talents compete and reveal to the rest of us what in some cases has been a lifetime of commitment and preparation to get them to this point.

That preparation and commitment  is what my tip is going to be about for this week.

If you have ever seen a competition of almost any kind, there are usually four things in common, regardless of the level of ability for those who participate. Lets take a look these items and see how each of us can apply them to our lives, both personally and in our business ventures.

1. It starts with a personal desire to participate in any sport or activity. We all quickly learn after participating for a period of time if we really like this sport or activity, or if we don't. Sometimes, others see skills in us that we don't see in ourselves, but the bottom line is that we each have to assume some personal responsibility to participate and begin the process of learning this new skill or activity if we want to succeed at all.

2. It takes a commitment of time, energy and resources for us to participate. For some, this means once or twice a week for an hour or two, while for others this may mean that we leave the comforts of our homes and move to a camp like atmosphere where they live, eat, drink and breathe this activity for 8-10 hours per day and work the rest of our schooling and our social lives around this one main activity or purpose.

3. Along the way, there will be many different issues that will affect our ability to continue. Injuries, illness, personal choices, lack of purpose or commitment and or just a realization that we don't have the physical attributes necessary to become a world class champion at this one sport or activity. When that happens we either need to change our focus, or become satisfied with what we can do with what we have to work with.

4. Most importantly, we need to have a great coach who can direct each of us in the skills and direction that are necessary for us to achieve the goals that we want to reach or attain.

Sometimes these coaches have done this themselves and are on record as a world champion, either individually or as part of a team, while other times they are students of the game and have studied this one thing beyond what anyone else has done and they understand a particular sport or activity in a way that no one else does and they can help others achieve greatness through application of this knowledge and understanding.

They also look at each individual that they coach and they find the strengths that each person has and they build on those, while they also understand the weaknesses that many of us can't see in ourselves and they work to improve and build those areas into strengths. They know at a world class level of competition, there is no room for weaknesses of any kind, or you just don't  make it up on to the medal stand.

Finally, its important to note that some of these great coaches take very different approaches to how they train those who work under them and yet at the end of the day, everyone is competing in the exact same activity and want to achieve the exact same goals. It's all about being the absolute best that you can be and for that moment in time, being the best in the world when everyone is watching and keeping score on your attempt.

Applications for my tip this week:

1. Desire!
YOU, and I mean each of YOU has to want to be in this activity or business and YOU have to want to succeed if you have a hope at doing so in the competitive market place today.

2 Commitment of time, energy and resources. If you are not ready to commit anything and everything you have to this endeavor, stop now and look for an opportunity to work for someone else who does. 

There are thousands of gymnasts, swimmers, wrestlers and runners worldwide, but only a few make it to the top. It's OK to be part of a winning team and have a different role than the one who is up front all the time.

Figure out your place on the team and be the best at that position that you can be!

3. The old saying that "quitters never win and winners never quit" is still true today. There will always be reasons to quit and give up. Let that be a problem for others and not your own. Don't quit on your dreams, yourself, your family, or on your business and you will find more ways to the medal stand than those who will never give that opportunity a chance because they quit early on when things got a little tough.

4. Get the right coach for your particular skill or business goal. There are hundreds if not thousands of coaches or "wanabe" coaches out there. Look for some who have done it themselves, or who have studied the challenges that you face and have come up with solutions that can and will help you achieve the goals that you want to achieve.

Sometimes you have to change coaches mid stream. Don't be afraid to change if the coach you have is not helping you reach the medal stand. Look for someone who can help YOU succeed, then hold on to them and become the best version of you that you can be.

The good news is that there is gold in all of us! Find yours and let it shine for all the world to see!

Have a great week!

Dr. Rob Jackson
Applewood Chiropractic Health Center
Back Talk Systems Inc
Colorline Digital Printing
Thompson Technique Foundation
231 Violet street Unit 140
Golden, Colorado 80401
303-277-9748 fax

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Business/Practice Tip of hte Week August 14, 2016

I've had a couple of encounters with some notable people in the Chiropractic profession this past week and that is going to be the basis for my tip of the week

After speaking with three specific doctors this past week, Dr. Larry Markson, Dr.Terry Yochum and Dr. Mark Studin, I was struck by a similarity that each of these amazing doctors all still demonstrate in their lives on an ongoing basis. I wanted to share my perspective on what that similarity is and how it impacts me (and the profession as a whole) on a daily basis. 

First I want to start by identifying a common problem for our profession and for most of the rest of the industrialized world. Then I will give some tips on how to avoid this, because it is limiting our potential and affecting our ultimate bottom line. 

Problem: We are just too easily pleased today!

We have a mid term or final in school and we take it and pass and we think the whole world needs to stop so we can take a breath and a week off from doing anything else.

We graduate from high school or college with our degree and we go out and get a job and start to earn some money so we can afford to pay our rent, or pay back those student loans and we pat ourselves on the back and are satisfied with our accomplishment.

We serve on a corporate, state or national board of some kind and get some personal recognition for what we accomplish and we think it's time to kick back a little and not have to continue to participate or do anything else.

Here is the problem with this approach to life. It's like taking a baby pool to the beach and putting 12 inches of water in it and sitting there, totally enjoying how good it feels to be outside and at the beach, when the whole ocean is right there in front of you, offering options and experiences galore if you will just get up and go and take advantage of what it has to offer.

Instead, we are happy to just be there in our kiddie pool and relax.  We are just too easily pleased!

I'm not saying that we all shouldn't take some time and vacation, or enjoy the daily victories in our lives. This is important for each of us to do for our mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health!

What I am saying is that we shouldn't stop here just because we accomplished one goal in our lives and rest on that until retirement.

None of the 3 gentlemen that I listed above would ever consider doing that. This is why they are still having a tremendous impact om our profession, even after making huge contributions that many don't even know about and may never find out about because they started doing things for us all back in the 60's, 70's, or 80's,  before many of you were even alive.

Dr. Larry Markson has coached thousands of doctors for over 45 years and has created more leaders in our profession today than I can count. The more I come in contact with emerging leaders in our profession every day, his name just keeps coming up over and over again, as he has helped so many gain the confidence and knowledge that they need to succeed.

Today Larry is still teaching the "Cabin Experience" and going to that event in 2015 helped to change my own life in more ways then this blog will allow me to state. I would recommend this event to anyone who is serious about personal growth and development!

Dr. Terry Yochum co-authored the first book in our profession to be published by a medical publishing house and he has paved the way for many others now in our profession to be accepted and respected by the medical community as a result. If this book was never written, the profession for each of us would be very different today!

As if three editions of his book "Essentials of Skeletal Radiology" was not enough, Dr. Yochum just released a new biography of his life that helps each of us to understand the drive and determination that empowered him to accomplish so much for our profession. This new book is titled "I Should Have Been Left Handed" and is available on his website or on Amazon with all monies generated going to charity.

Dr. Mark Studin created and manages the top online directory for Chiropractic and gets thousands of hits on this site daily where he provides listings for doctors  for those who are searching for someone they can see for care close to where they work or live. More importantly, it also provides ongoing research articles that demonstrate the effectiveness of chiropractic care and supports the facts about how we belong as a primary choice in the main stream health care marketplace.

Like both doctors listed above, Dr. Studin didn't stop here. He is now teaching seminars on how to become a true expert in the arena of personal injury and how to prepare yourself for testimony regarding the facts of what these injuries are, what they do to the body and what it takes to get patients better who suffer from these traumas. His data just keeps getting better every time I take another program that he offers.

So what do these three men have in common, that avoids or keeps them from being satisfied with sitting in a baby pool while next to the ocean?

1. They recognize the need for what they want to do or offer and then they ACT on it. In movie terms that means "build it and they will come!"

2. They were and are relentless with continual personal improvement so they constantly have the best information available to share with others

3. They don't use the word "Retirement". They use the words Re-purpose, Re-in-statement, or Re-involvement instead and they continue to give back more to the profession that feeds them and needs them!

There are more like these three men in our profession today. I just came across each of these this past week and realized how much they have helped me and continue to help me as I grow into more of the man/husband/father/grandfather/son/friend/doctor/teacher/speaker/writer that God wants me to be.

This week, take a look around you and see the majesty that is right three in front of your nose and take advantage of what it offers. Stop being so easily pleased and see where you can give back more than you take out!

Dr. Rob Jackson
Applewood Chiropractic Health Center
Back Talk Systems Inc
Colorliine Digital Printing
Thompson Technique Foundation
231 Violet Street Unit 140
Golden, Colorado 80401
303-277-9748 fax

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Business/Practice Tip of the Week August 7th, 2016

This week my tip is going to concentrate on two different birds.

Pigeons and Doves.

Most of us wind up being more like one or the other.

This week's tip is about helping each of us to identify which one we are most like and to make sure that if we want to be seen and appreciated more like one than the other, we know what to do to change that.

To start with, they are both from the same "pigeon' family. They have many of the same characteristics and in some ways they look a lot alike. It's the public's perception that then begins to create the quantifiable differences and change the way that others see, use, appreciate and or degrade them based on experience, usefulness or perception.

So, which one would you want to be like most?,

Pigeons are usually seen with less than a great amount of appeal. There were some that have been used in times past to deliver messages and were very valuable, but have now been lost to extension for a number of reasons.

Pigeons are still raised or kept in captivity for a variety of reasons. Baby pigeons have even been eaten as a delicacy and called "Squabs", but as a whole when you think of pigeons, what is the first thing that comes to mind?

They are mostly seen as a pest, they poop all over statues, chimneys, buildings and many have to place protective measures on their roofs to keep them off or away.

If you went into a restaurant and they had "pigeon' on the menu, how many of you would order that thinking it might be good to have for dinner?

Doves on the other hand are often seen as a beautiful animal and are valued in many different cultures for their purity, their spiritual connotations and for their representation of love or comfort.

They are often released at weddings and at funerals.

They are also hunted around the world and readily consumed as food and as a delicacy.

They are even used by magicians in their presentations.

Both are from the same "pigeon" family, but seen and used very differently by most of the rest of the world.

Doesn't this sound a little bit like Chiropractic and Medicine? We are both from the same family called "health care", but most of the rest of the world sees us and uses us very differently than they use traditional medicine, usually based on perception and or public opinion.

So how do we fix this and make ourselves to be seen and utilized more like a dove and less like a pigeon?

1. Doves have a very distinctive sound when they communicate and when they fly. Pigeons not so much!

I think we need to work on our communication skills and make sure that each and every one of us can sound the same when it comes to being able to explain what it is we do, why we do it and how it can change the health of everyone we work with.

Leave it to other types of providers when it comes to a lack of time and or attention to details. Make sure that each of us has the best tools and the best understanding of the art, science and philosophy of chiropractic and that we can communicate it flawlessly without fear or compromise.

2. Become affiliated with groups or organizations that can repeat and represent what it is that you offer and how these services and or products can help change to course of health care for each of our countries and for the rest of the world.

What steps are you taking right now to improve your communication skills, your offerings at your specific clinical setting, or your CV so you can represent your patients who may be injured in an auto collision or a workers compensation injury and need you to be their 'expert witness" when and if the time comes for long term decisions to be made about the severity of their condition and injuries?,

If you are providing 'proactive or wellness" types of care or services, what studies are you currently involved with or providing data for that others can then use to scientifically justify what it is that we do and offer for the rest of the world to be able to change their minds about us as a whole?

Every chiropractic college in the world is involved in some form of research at this point.Contact them and find out if your clinical data can be useful in some way to improve the understanding of the rest of the world.

Contact the Foundation for Chiropractic Research and see how each of you can become more involved in changing the perceptions of those who just haven't been presented with a better choice for health care as of yet.

3. Stop "pooping" all over everyone else who doesn't believe, understand, or practice the same way you do. Instead, try flying above the rest of the crowd and be a better example of purity of heart and have compassion for those who are sick or subluxated. 

Be willing to be the provider of choice for those who want to or who have already adopted the lifestyle choice of regularly scheduled and individually appropriate ongoing care for the opportunity to have a nervous system that functions as close to 100% efficiency as possible and without any types of interference or compromise.

The bottom line is that the rest of the world is confused about what type of providers (birds) that we are and what we are good or useful for. It's up to each one of us to get more involved and get off the statues where we have been sitting and just waiting for some crumbs to fall on the ground so we can survive another day!

Synopsis for the week:

1. Are you a pigeon or a dove?

2. How do others see you? Find out as it may be differently than you think!

3. Be consistent with your communication skills about who we are, what we do and why we do it. Back Talk Systems is the resource that can provide you with the best tools available in the world to do this from a research based perspective

4. Get involved with your Alma mater, or with any chiropractic college or university where they are doing research that you can participate with. If you are seeing patients, you are generating data of some kind that someone can use in a research project.

5. Get directly involved with the Foundation for Chiropractic Research. Donate one adjustment a month, or get involved in some way that shows you are not just a parasite on the profession, but instead are part of the solution to help develop and change the perceptions of the rest of the world through better information dissemination.

6. Stop "pooping' all over anyone else who doesn't see the health care model the same way you do. Instead, become more compassionate and pure in your dealings with everyone you serve and you will find that others will begin to see that purity, instead of hatred and prejudice that has kept us from becoming mainstream for the past 121+ years..

So which one are you like now and which one do you want to be more like by the end of this week?

The choice is yours. Pigeon or Dove. Your actions will define you, not just your words.

Dr. Rob Jackson
Applewood Chiropractic Health Center
Back Talk Systems Inc
Colorline Digital Printing
Thompson Technique Foundation
231 Violet Street Unit 140
Golden, Colorado 80401
303-277-9748 fax

Sunday, July 31, 2016

Business/Practice Tip of the Week July 31, 2016

This week my tip is going to be about one simple truth: Relationships "trump" Programs!

I take calls every week at Back Talk and at my clinic where people want some kind of "program" to make their business, their diet, their health or their relationships  run better, faster, smoother or easier.

Sometimes I spend huge amounts of time making recommendations and offering solutions that can really help them accomplish what they say it is that they want. Guess how many of them actually use this knowledge, this information, these programs that I come up with to then do what they need to do to succeed?

That's right! Very few of them!

Why is that?

I have been studying this troubling fact for the past 35 years and I heard the solution summed up in church this morning in three simple words. Relationships "trump" Programs!

Think about it for a minute. Just how many programs have our governments, our schools, or our legal systems put in place that are really working the way we want them to today?

The same reality holds true for many of our business situations as well. Too many of us have paid a small fortune for some kind of program(s) that was/were sold to us with the promise that if we just put it into place, it would change our lives, our businesses and our profitability.

The sad truth is that too many of these programs are now sitting in our "stuff closets" at work, having never been opened or utilized and are just  sitting there gathering dust until some new staff person in the future gets the job of cleaning out that closet and throws them all away. 

So here is my tip for this week on why relationships work better than programs do:

Relationships create depth, accountability and compliance!

1. "Depth" is something that helps build and strengthen our relationships, but few of us ever really find if we look at our relationships closely.

I was reminded of this yesterday when my best friend and his family came over for dinner. I haven't seen him personally for months, but because of the depth of our relationship we were instantly able to reconnect and touch base on most if not all of the important aspects of our lives. It was one of the best evenings I have had all year!

2. "Accountability" is something that most, if not all of us need in some area(s) of our lives and I see that played out at the front desk at my clinic every day. I have a team member named Jane who knows everything about everyone who comes in to my office and if she doesn't know something, it will only take her a short time to find out. There is no hiding secrets from her and that makes all of us accountable to her on a daily basis.

Jane may not be the fastest on the computer, or fully understand the complexities of our software, but she is full of life and enthusiasm for what we offer at my clinic. Occasionally this can rub some people the wrong way, but no matter what else happens, Jane builds relationships with everyone she meets and that is why she is the boss at my clinic. 

3. "Compliance" is what you get more of when you build meaningful relationships. Remember those that I asked you about before? How many of my clients or my patients actually listened to and then did what I told them they needed to do to succeed? That small number is almost exclusively made of of those that I have a deeper relationship with. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, :-)

Here are the application tips that go with this tip:

Remember, I am a big fan of "systems" and a proven approach to build a successful business. That is what Back Talk Systems is based on and franchises the world over are proof that this can work 

How to make them work even better for each of us still relies on applying these additional  four factors.

Synopsis for the week:

1. Relationships "trump" Programs!

2. Relationships that go more than skin level deep can be much more satisfying and  can withstand the trials of distance, competition and price.

3. Accountability can be used for good or bad. Used in the right ways will increase your relationships and improve your business.

4. Compliance happens when you get others to do what you want them to because they now think it is their idea, or that they trust their relationship with you enough to pay attention to what you say and "want" to do what you recommend. Either one helps build your business!

Have a great week and go to work on those relationships that mean the most to you first. They may even be living with you under the same roof!

Dr. Rob Jackson
Applewood Chiropractic Health Center
Back Talk Systems Inc
Colorline Digital Printing
Thompson Technique Foundation
231 Violet Street Unit 140
Golden, Colorado 80401
303-277-9748 fax

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Business/Practice Tip of the Week July 24th, 2016

This week I want to talk about Fool's Gold.

The technical term for this substance is Iron Pyrite and there are three main things I want to relate to this material that pertain to my tip for this week.

For some quick background for those of you who have never seen a real sample, it really is quite beautiful. I have seen some specimens that are quite breathtaking in their appearance and its easy to see how so many were, are are continually fooled by this substance.

It looks like gold, it feels heavy like gold, it's shiny and glitters like gold and it's found in some of the same places that gold is found.

That's why so many of those who came to Colorado in the gold rush years were fooled by it.

They went into the mountains and spent everything they had to become miners, risked the weather, dangerous animals, the lack of food or any convenience and worked extremely hard, risking life and limb to get this material down to market, only to find out it was near worthless. 

Which brings me to my tip for this week

1. First, make sure that the "matrix" or foundation of what you are basing your business model on is sound and principled. There are many different books, consultants and leaders who advertise that they can give you the advice you need to succeed, but in the end they are based on a weak or improper matrix or foundation than what you need to be successful.

Gold is the same way. The matrix or base materials that it is found in is the most important place for you to start if you want to be successful at mining gold. If you don't find quartz or the other common matrix materials where gold is commonly found, don't expect to find a lot of gold either!

The same things are true if you are starting or wanting to grow or build your business.

You need to make sure that you base your business model on a successful matrix of principals and tools that have been proven by others to help them be successful in the same market place that you want to work in.

if someone is giving you advice with unproven tools, ideas, location recommendations, or market share in general, be cautious and take some of your "sampling" and have it weighed and measured by those who are in the business to do so. While you may come across the "mother load" and strike it rich in a new market, chances are there may be some, or a lot of fool's gold there too.

2. Test your "gold" or ideas in the fire! When you have some challenges or difficulties in your business model, that is when you really find out if your model or ideas work or not. The real gold is what you are left with when you melt it down. All the impurities are either burned away or separated out and what you are left with is the pure substance of gold.

Your business ideas and tools of the trade should be put to the same test.

if you put them to work under the stresses and fire of real life, they will either work and get better with time, or they will burn off and you will find they have no real value to anyone other than the  person who sold them to you in the first place.

Guess what?? Even they won't, or don't want to buy them back from you either, so make sure that the ideas and tools that you want or plan to use can stand up to the heat and get better with time and practice.

3. The final test is simple. Does anyone else want to buy what you now have available to sell or offer? Real gold is valuable anywhere in the world and has a pretty stable market price regardless of where you are.

Your business model should be the same and should be able to provide you with a value for the goods or services that you provide, regardless of where you are in the world.

Keep in mind that the rules of supply and demand come into play here in the background, so whatever it is that you are providing has to stand up to the basic premise of "do people want it or need it and is there a large enough supply of whatever it is available, or are you the only one with that product. technology or service available and can you handle the demand of the marketplace and deliver it to all who want or need it?"

Synopsis for my tip this week:

1. Make sure that whatever it is that you want to offer is the real thing

2. Look at the matrix or foundation of what you want to base your business or practice on and make sure that it supports what it is you want to offer.

3. Put your ideas into the "fire" and test them first, Go and watch others do the same thing, use the same tools, or try it yourself and measure your results or "assay" them and keep track of how good they work for you on a continual basis.

4. The minute we stop testing our product, technology or services, impurities can and will creep in until we no longer offer a unique and pure product to our customers. Avoid this at all costs!

5. Make sure that others want what you have to offer and are willing to pay the going market rate for your goods, technology or services. This should be pretty universal anywhere in the world.

6. Finally, remember the simple rules of supply and demand. Low demand and high supply leads to disaster, while high demand and low or unique supply tends to lead to success. Make sure you constantly put yourself and your business into the right mix of these two parameters.

Have a great week and get out there and find some "gold"!

Dr. Rob Jackson
Applewood Chiropractic Health Center
Back Talk Systems Inc
Colorline Digital Printing
Thompson Technique Foundation
231 Violet Street Unit 140
Golden, Colorado 80401
303-277-9748 fax

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Business/Practice Tipof the Week July 17, 2016

My wife made some delicious wild salmon for dinner tonight and it reminded me of something important that I want to share with you all for my tip this week.

Here it is: Let's all go fishing!!

How many of you have ever done this? I see pictures on Facebook and on other social media sites all the time about those who go fishing and have some level of success and they want the rest of us to see, read and or hear all about it. 

Building a business or a practice is a lot like going fishing if you think about it. Here are the similarities that I want you to focus on this week as you get ready to start to work on Monday morning

1. It takes a lot of preparation before you even go if you want to catch some fish. The same is true if you expect or want to succeed in business or in practice.

You need to make sure that you have the gear that you need to be able to catch fish, customers/clients/patients once you get there and that all your gear works and will hold up to the type of fishing you plan to do.,

Your gear needs to be tested to make sure it is all in good working order and some of the gear will need to be updated, upgraded, or replaced based on what you are after and where you plan to go. You don't use the same gear for little fish that you do for bigger fish and many times you don't go to the same location either. 

The same is true for building your business. If your target market is pediatrics, then you want smaller gear that is designed specifically for them and you don't want a bunch of big things in the way that will either scare them away or make them feel uncomfortable. That will lesson your chances for success if you do..

On the other hand, if you want really big, big fish, then chasing after the small ones may not be in your best interest either

2. You need to go where the fish are that you want or are interested in catching. If you want to catch a Tuna, you don't go to a mountain stream here in Colorado because there are no Tuna there, no matter how good of a fisher-person you are and no matter how good your gear is. Tuna are in the ocean and that is where you need to go to find them.

The types of customers/clients or patients that you want to fill your business with usually have specific or ideal locations  where they hang out or do the other types of activities that are common for the groups that they belong to as well. Make sure to do some study on the target groups you are after and .don't be afraid to go and ask those who are already successful at "fishing" for those types and have had some demonstrable success at doing so.
Remember the three key words to successful fishing and or business. Location, Location, Location!

3. Make sure that you are using the right kind of "bait" to get those that you want to catch to respond accordingly. Your offerings need to meet the needs and or desires of those that you want to attract, so make sure that the offers you are using are giving you results. If you are not getting the results you want, be willing to change and present your offers in a different manner, with a different medium or in a different location.

4. Finally, sometimes we catch a fish that just doesn't meet the criteria that we want or need to keep them. Be willing to let these "fish" go back to either grow, change, or meet someone else's needs and or wants that is better suited to their type.

I know it's hard to let some customers/clients or patients go when you work so hard to "catch" them in the first place, but trust me, the feeling you will get when you let the wrong type of "fish" go will far outweigh any benefit you may believe you were going to have if you kept them!

Synopsis for the week:

1. Fishing is a lot like business and many of the same rules apply

2. Start with preparation and make sure you have the right gear. It needs to be tested, upgraded or replaced if it won't do the job you want or need it to do. Short cuts here will just cost you any hope of success you may have had! We have all heard of the "big one" that got away!

3. Location, Location, Location! Make sure you are going where the types of fish or people are that you want to "catch" 

4. Ask someone who knows where these types are if you are new or don't know where to find them. There are "experts a plenty" in any profession who can help to point the way and they can be worth their weight in gold.

5. Make sure that you are using the right kinds of "bait' or offerings that will attract those you want to catch.

6. If you are not having success with the offers you are currently using, then make some changes to your offer, your delivery or to your location and keep track of what is working and what isn't.

7. Finally, throw back the ones that don't measure up or meet the criteria that you want or need to be successful in your business or fishing endeavors. Just keep trying and keep those that measure up to what you really want and you too will be able to post on social media about your successes!

8. Have fun in the process! Remember that a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day of working. Make your work more fun and realize that there are "no limits" to how high your success and happiness can go. 

Enjoy your week!

Dr. Rob Jackson
Applewood Chiropractic Health Center
Back Talk Systems Inc
Colorline Digital Printing
Thompson Technique Foundation
231 Violet street Unit 140
Golden, Colorado 80401
303-277-9748 fax

Sunday, July 3, 2016

Business/Practice Tip of the Week July 3rd, 2016

It's almost Independence Day here in the US and most of us will all be celebrating with a day off from work and hopefully remembering what freedom is really all about and how valuable it is in almost every aspect of our lives.

Trouble is, too many of us don't have all the freedoms that we want and that is what my tip is about this week.

I am talking about freedom from debt or freedom to do more of what you want because you are not tied down with a lack of cash flow or "extra" money that is available for things other than debt payments.

I don't care what business you are in, or even if you don't have a business right now and just want more available cash, here is a simple tip that can offer you the opportunity to acquire more spendable cash, based on a product that already has almost 100% market penetration.

I'm talking about cell phones.

How many of you have one, or are reading this tip on your phone right now? Some studies say that as many as 60% of us now get all of our e-mail, our news and much of our entertainment right on our phones and don't even need or use a lap top or tablet any longer due to time and the convenience factor.

The trouble is, there are some inherent dangers with using cell phones or any device that uses a cell signal and that danger is in the form of radiation. Below is a link from one of the latest studies on some of these dangers that was printed on the front page in the Wall Street Journal: 

As a doctor I take huge steps in my office to make sure that I protect and minimize the potential for exposure to radiation whenever I make an x-ray of any patient because I care about their long term health. Since we now know that there is an exposure to radiation every time we hold a cell phone in our lap, hands, or up next to our ears, why wouldn't you want to minimize that exposure too, especially if it was really easy and affordable?

I'm talking about adding an R2L (radiation to light) sticker on the back of every cell phone or WiFi enabled device that you, or anyone who uses these devices, like your family members, your friends, or anyone you know or meet, so they too can reduce as much as 70% of the radiation that is present by having it converted and dispersed as harmless light through the antenna and tiny LED that is attached.

Here are some simple questions to ask yourself.

Who wouldn't want to do this if it were easy and available?

What parent wouldn't want to protect their kids who have now been exposed since birth and have been raised to play with these devices?

What family member or friend wouldn't want to share this information with other loved ones or friends?

Cell phones are a more of a necessity in today's society than ever before and more and more research is coming out on the dangers of cell phone radiation.  Please check out this U.S. government study about cell phone radiation, which was published on the front page of the May 28th issue of "The Wall Street Journal."

With 300 million cell phones currently being used on a daily basis in just the United States alone, the market for the R2L is enormous. With this product producing up to a 100% return on investment, it will be an big time revenue generator… your profits can add thousands of dollars to your bottom line each month, adding to your own financial independence and freedom! 

As a  re-seller or distributor, you can present this product in a sleek 4 x 4 inch desktop display to inform all of your customers/clients or patients and their families about this must have technology. Wholesale distribution packages of 20 units are available at for only $15 per unit, which then retail for $29.99ea. Purchases of less than 20 units sell at the retail price, but we will not be undersold by anyone!

Actual size and is less than 1mm in thickness

That's how easy making money with this device is. Just share this story with everyone because almost all of us have or use a cell phone now. The rest is just common sense and then deciding how do you want to get paid, cash, check, or credit/debit card (that you can now take on your cell phone too!) :-)

No batteries, tools or special instructions needed! Just peel the protective sticker off the back and attach it where the  website (under the "Application" banner on the left side) shows it should go for almost every phone or device that is currently out there and it will not interfere with the function or with any protective case that your phone or tablet may be using.

This is one of the easiest money makers that I have ever run across. Take advantage of this opportunity today and begin gaining more of your own financial freedom by offering a solution to a problem that almost everyone you meet, anywhere in the world has, but may not know about or how to solve it.

Even if you don't want to take advantage of this amazing and simple opportunity to make more money and have more financial freedom yourself, make sure you protect your own devices and those of your family and friends. Call us at 800-937-3113 and ask about our special Independence Day pricing for a family pack of 4, or to see just how easy it is to start making money by helping those you know who use cell phone technology.

Have a great holiday weekend and enjoy more freedom!

Dr. Rob Jackson
Applewood Chiropractic Health Center
Colorline Digital Printing
Thompson Technique Foundation
231 Violet Street Unit 140
Golden, Colorado 80401
303-277-9748 fax