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TMD: If You’re Not Learning, You’re Not Living

TMD: If You’re Not Learning, You’re Not Living

Two Minute Drill:

If You’re Not Learning, You’re Not Living

 

What’s up Kaizenovators, Happy Tuesday Two Minute Drill. Today’s topic of conversation is, “If you’re not learning, you’re not living.” I was having a conversation last week about a life experience, and somebody said, “I’ve learned a lot from that,” I replied, somewhat randomly, “If you’re not learning, you’re not living.” 

The Three Pillars of Learning

 

I started to think about how we learn and the impact that it has. There are three categories of how we learn. 

One is passive learning. We listen to an audiobook, watch a video, or read. Important, but passive learning without engagement may not lead to the deep understanding we hope it would. 

The second type of learning is self-awareness. This involves recognizing how we can change our lives for the better, doing something different, or trying something new to achieve a new result. 

This can be a very effective way of learning—learning about ourselves and our own behavior patterns—but it requires a tremendous amount of discipline to execute. At least, that’s what the behavioral scientists say. 

Then the third type of learning is community learning. Learning in a group with peers, among others. 

This tends to have the greatest impact on learning, according to the evidence. We learn the most because there’s a high level of engagement, and also because we’re learning around others, which significantly increases motivation and inspiration. 

When it comes to learning, if you’re not learning, you’re not living, and you can use all three of these ways to improve your life. 

You can certainly do passive learning. I do a ton of it: watching videos, reading books, listening to audiobooks—all that good stuff. Self-learning, learning about myself, is a constant process in my own brain. It’s very important and does require a lot of discipline. And lastly, I’m very fortunate; I go to lots of events where I get to be with my peers. I learn from others, engage with others, and understand how to improve my professional, personal, and financial life. 

That’s it, guys. If you’re not learning, you’re not living. 

That’s this week’s Two Minute Drill. Hope you guys have a great week, and I’ll talk to you all next week. 

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TMD: Four Questions to Transform Your Life

TMD: Four Questions to Transform Your Life

Two Minute Drill:

Four Questions to Transform Your Life

 

What’s up Kaizenovators, Happy Tuesday Two Minute Drill. Today’s topic of conversation is questions. This past weekend, the ChiroOne leadership team asked me to speak at the Rising Tide Summit event at Cleveland University. I was happy to speak to the students and planned to use a regular presentation I’ve delivered many times at several chiropractic colleges and universities—however, this time I wanted to change it up. 

Why, What, Who, and How

 

I didn’t just want to talk about the logistics and mechanics of entrepreneurship; I wanted to delve more into the human aspect of the entrepreneurial journey. My topics of conversation were Why? What? Who? and How? I thought these questions were particularly relevant for this discussion. 

I’m going to share them with you, and maybe you’ll want to do the exercise and answer some of these questions. 

My first question is, “Why do you exist?” It’s about our personal mission statement. When I thought about it for myself, I hadn’t done that exercise in several years, and it was interesting and thought-provoking to answer that question. I encourage you to answer it too: Why do you exist? 

The second question is, “What do you know about yourself?” This is all about self-awareness. You’ve heard me talk about this before, all the standardized assessments that you can use like Myers-Briggs, Strengths Finders, and there’s a PDP assessment that Chiro matchmakers have which is awesome. There’s also the Johari Window, which discusses what you know about yourself and what others know about you, where you can find your blind spots. There’s the Grit Assessment as well… So, what do you know about yourself? It’s about developing greater self-awareness. 

Who? “Who do you surround yourself with?” You are at the center of your universe, as we all are. We’ve got our concentric circles of influence. We’ve got our family and friends in the inner circle, the people we work with, and our broader network. Sometimes there’s a lot of intermingling of those circles, but who do you spend your time with? Jim Rohn said, “You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” Who you spend your time with is important. Are you spending time with the right people who are propelling your life forward? 

Lastly, “How?” The mechanics of how. How are you going to achieve your goals? I’ve talked about this in other TMDs. You set a goal, then you want to ask yourself three to five HOWs. How will I do this? Okay, how will I do this? Essentially, you’re reverse engineering goal execution. 

What was interesting is I put this process through ChatGPT, and that AI tool gave me a thorough way to go through the five HOWs. It was exciting that I used technology to augment what I was already doing in my own brain and come up with new ideas and solutions to achieve goals. 

These questions are important: Why do you exist? What do you know about yourself? Who do you want in your life to elevate you? How will you accomplish your goals? 

If you answer these questions, you’re going to be happy, healthy, and your life is going to be great. 

That’s this week’s Two Minute Drill. You guys have a great week. I’ll talk to you all next week. 

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TMD: How to Give Feedback That Inspires and Transforms

TMD: How to Give Feedback That Inspires and Transforms

Two Minute Drill:

How to Give Feedback That Inspires and Transforms 

 

What’s up Kaizenovators, Happy Tuesday Two Minute Drill. Today’s topic of conversation is feedback. I was talking with a colleague about how they could give someone on their team feedback and find ways to inspire them to be the best version of themselves. 

The Right Way to Provide Feedback

 

I thought about some rules that I typically follow when it comes to providing feedback. 

The first rule of thumb is that I always ask a lot of questions. Some of you have heard this before, but I’ll ask questions like, “Help me understand why this happened. What do you think the impact is of this behavior or outcome, and what would you do moving forward to ensure this never happens again?” Asking questions is important. 

The second rule of thumb is to set the context for the feedback, and I’m not talking about a compliment sandwich. No! What I’m talking about is helping the person who’s going to receive the feedback understand the why. As leaders, I believe that our fundamental primary responsibility is to be a great coach. 

If you set the context for that individual, like “I’m going to give you some feedback, and I’m doing it to ensure that I can help you be the best version of yourself,” that’s a much different approach than saying, “You suck. You did this wrong. This is what needs to be fixed. Fix it as soon as possible.” So, set the context. 

Lastly, I think an important rule of thumb is that anyone should be able to give anyone else feedback if the feedback is accurate, honest, and direct. So, it doesn’t matter if you’re a clinic director, CA, manager, or a frontline team member. 

Like any person should be able to give and receive feedback; feedback is not hierarchical. So, anyway guys, that’s this week’s Two Minute Drill. Be authentically curious, make sure that you set the context, and allow people on the team to provide feedback, just like we expect leaders to do. 

All right, you guys, have a great week.

Talk to y’all soon. 

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TMD: Finding Your Inner Strength

TMD: Finding Your Inner Strength

Two Minute Drill:

Finding Your Inner Strength

 

What’s up Kaizenovators, Happy Tuesday Two Minute Drill. Today’s topic of conversation is finding your inner strength. I’m here in beautiful Maine at the Samoset Resort. This place is super cool and super nice, and I am here for the Maine Chiropractic Association convention. Awesome crowd this weekend; it was fun, and I love being around this cool group of people. When we go through tough times, we need to find that inner strength that keeps us moving forward.

Inner Strength

 

I watch Naked and Afraid, you know, I don’t watch a lot of TV, but that’s one show I find intriguing. 

First, the people are getting naked in front of each other, and they are complete strangers. That’s bizarre, but what they put themselves through in the jungle or the desert is incredible. 

I watch people and I kind of study their level of fortitude, their level of grit, and how they find their inner strength. 

I thought this was appropriate for today because many times, as we’re trying to do hard things, where we’re pushing ourselves when we’re stretching outside of our comfort zones, we need to find our inner strength to keep moving forward. 

Three things I want you to think about in finding your inner strength: 

First, what’s the fire that’s driving you? What’s the motivating factor that’s pushing you forward? 

When you dig down deep and you find that inner fire, it helps to keep you moving forward. 

The second thing is focus; it’s important that you focus all your time and attention on the things that matter the most. 

One of the most important lessons that I continue to learn is saying no. 

Making decisions to do the things that matter the most and saying no to things that don’t matter nearly as much. 

Lastly, mix that combination of dreaming and doing what the future looks like when you’ve accomplished this hard thing. 

Then, what are the steps that you must take to get to that point? 

That’s the discipline component. Being disciplined and making sure you’re constantly taking the steps necessary to do the important things to get to that end goal. 

That’s this week’s Two Minute Drill. You guys are finding your inner strength in beautiful Rockport, Maine. 

Hope you guys have a great week, and I’ll talk to you all next week from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 

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TMD: Getting the Best from Your Uber: Easy Tricks

TMD: Getting the Best from Your Uber: Easy Tricks

Two Minute Drill:

Getting the Best from Your Uber: Easy Tricks

 

What’s up Kaizenovators, Happy Tuesday Two Minute Drill. Today’s topic of conversation is how to have a successful Uber experience. I am here in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, for the Future of Chiropractic Strategic Plan Leadership meeting, and I had to take an Uber to get to the airport this morning. 

Up Your Uber Game

 

I’ve taken a lot of Ubers, so I thought I’d share some of my tips for successful Uber trips. 

Tip number one: always, when you get in the car, ask the driver how they’re doing. How’s your day going? Always find a way to be nice to the driver because many times they don’t get that experience. 

Two: always check Google Maps or some other map function to make sure that you’re going to get to where you’re going in the fastest possible way. Many times, the Uber maps don’t work as well, and you’re going to get frustrated if you’re not getting to your destination as efficiently or as quickly as you can, at least I do. 

When I see that Uber has a different map route than what I think is best, I always, in a very respectful way, tell the driver. That’s a win for you and a win for them because often you can teach the driver new ways to go that they’ve never learned about before, and they can delight their other customers. 

I did this today. 395 was always backed up. I’m going from my house to Reagan. I suggested going down Independence Avenue. It’s going to be much faster. Of course, I said it nicely, I asked them, “Do you mind going down Independence Avenue?” and we got there significantly faster. 

Every minute counts as we know, so check the maps. 

The third thing is: If an Uber driver cancels on you, call Uber support because you can get $10 back, and sometimes even more, sometimes even $20 back. 

Lastly, throw your driver a couple of bones if they do a good job, right? It’s always nice to give a little extra tip and give them a couple of extra bucks if they do a great job. 

Now, even though I’m a backseat driver, my Uber rating is 4.87, which is pretty good. What’s your Uber rating? You should check it out and let us know. 

All right, guys, that’s this week’s Two Minute Drill coming to you from Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. You guys have a great week, and I’ll talk to you all next week. 

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TMD: AI Uncovered: Addressing Common Questions and Concerns

TMD: AI Uncovered: Addressing Common Questions and Concerns

Two Minute Drill:

AI Uncovered: Addressing Common Questions and Concerns

 

What’s up Kaizenovators, Happy Tuesday Two Minute Drill. Today’s topic of conversation is Artificial Intelligence. When I’m speaking on stages around the country and the world, towards the end of my presentation, I’ll display a QR code. People will scan the QR code, which brings up a survey, and they let me know how I did for the day. 

From Curiosity to Confidence

 

Did I deliver value? What could I have done better? What other topics are they interested in learning? 

In the survey, there’s also a section where they can ask me one question. I’ve been receiving a lot of questions about AI, and so I wanted to answer some of those right now. 

Three common questions have come up regularly. 

One is, why do I trust AI? 

The reason I trust AI is that I’ve used it, and I continue to use it every single day in my business and my life, and it’s delivering remarkable results for me. Is it perfect? No, but is it doing great work, helping me become more efficient, more effective, saving time, and saving money? Absolutely, 100% yes. 

It’s delivering so much value in relation to content creation. I can’t even convey in these two minutes how much better my life is and how much more effective I am by using AI. 

Number two, what are my concerns around AI? A couple of concerns come to mind, one being privacy and security. We don’t exactly know where my prompts and the results from these prompts are going. 

At least I don’t know, maybe AI experts around the world do. Another concern I have is regarding hallucinations, where AI might make a mistake, especially when dealing with scientific studies or summarizing studies. You’ll want to double-check those references to ensure they’re attaching the correct reference to the correct statement when generating content. 

The third question I often get is, “Well, how do I start? Where do I begin?” 

The answer is simple: just start playing. I always say “play, learn, iterate.” Pretend AI is just a box of Legos that you throw onto the floor, and you start building stuff. 

When you play with these tools, intuitively, you become more engaged, and over time, you become better. 

There are lots of resources online. I recently launched a course—this is not a sales pitch—but I launched a course that walks you through and gives you exercises to learn how to use AI effectively, along with a multitude of different business use cases around it. 

The most important thing to know is that you can just start playing today. 

So, here are my three answers to the three most common questions I get related to AI. 

Have a great week, and I’ll talk to y’all next week. 

if you are interested in my AI course you can click here and take a look at it.

It’s called the AI Powered Chiropractor: The Seven-Day Challenge, and trust me, you don’t want to miss out on this. 

It’s a hands-on, practical challenge designed to make you a master of AI in just one week. And it’s tailor-made for chiropractors like you, aiming to revolutionize not just how you market yourself, but also how you run your practice, engage with patients, and much more. 

Here’s a quick look at what we’ll cover each day: 

Day 1: Introduction to AI – Kick off with the basics and see how AI can transform your practice. 

Day 2: AI Tools – Discover the tools that can make your life easier. 

Day 3: Prompts – Learn how to communicate effectively with AI. 

Day 4: Building A+ Teams – Use AI to nurture a winning practice culture. 

Day 5: Inspiring Content Creation – Create content that motivates your team and attracts patients. 

Day 6: Enhancing Clinical Care and Patient Relationships – Leverage AI for better care and stronger patient bonds. 

Day 7: Future-proofing Your Practice – Strategize the integration of AI into your practice’s future. 

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