Best Secret Weapon for Chiropractors? (not what you think)

I have never publicly talked about this “secret weapon.”

I am best know for breakthrough chiropractic marketing ideas and practice “profit strategy” for turning around failing clinics quickly. That is my speciality, so to speak.

However I have purposely steered clear of so-called Self-Help Advice. I’ve felt there are already too many books, too any rah-rah seminars, and too much advice in the self-help field.

Until today. I can not longer keep my secret any longer because I simply believe that it can benefit so many of my readers, clients, and members. Specifically…

I am using a secret weapon that continues to super charge my brain, mind, and body.

I made an impromptu video about this secret weapon which you shall find below. It could be a turning point for you, especially if you have been struggling in life either personally, professionally, or financially.

Previously, the only group that I have shared this knowledge with have been my 1-on-1 coaching clients. This is especially effective for doctors who are feeling brunt out, mentally “fried”, and beat up from being a chiropractor. This secret weapon can cause incredible growth within your practice AND the expansion of happiness in you personally (in addition to other profound benefits I explain in the video below.).

Watch this video and I will explain this Secret Weapon:

Resources:

Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation – by Dr. Norman Rosenthal, M.D.

Transcendental Meditation Website (non-profit) <- Click Here for Info

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11 Responses to Best Secret Weapon for Chiropractors? (not what you think)

  1. Jared Hymas May 24, 2012 at 9:00 am #

    Ben, great video on the benefits of TM. I have missed chirobullets updates and am glad to see they are back! I will definitely have to look some more into TM.

    Jared

    • Ben Cummings May 24, 2012 at 9:26 am #

      Thanks Jared. We were very busy with our ChiroBully.com re-launch. Now I have some time to create these blog posts which I have been meaning to releas to your guys. Glad you enjoyed it! – Ben

  2. Scott S May 25, 2012 at 11:49 am #

    I am a new PBC member and was really not sure what to expect. All the information I have gotten seems to be legitimate and first class. I too have been looking for a way to clear the burn out (esp. with new health care law) and re-enegize myself. Thanks for this info I will definately check it out.

    • Ben Cummings May 28, 2012 at 7:16 am #

      Scott – thanks for your comment and glad to hear you like PBC. I highly recommend TM and it will definitely make you a more successful chiropractor (and person).

  3. Dr Ken Logan May 25, 2012 at 4:33 pm #

    I too have been practicing TM for 42 years. however… In the past 5 years I dropped it. Thanks for the heads up, and after doing my first one in 5 years of been AWOL I was AMAZED at how just one session changed my disposition. you da man…

    • Ben Cummings May 28, 2012 at 7:17 am #

      Ken — you are my hero! Doing TM for 42 years is outstanding. Glad my little “nudge” got you to return to TM. Your body and mind probably loved you for the TM session (again) 🙂 Have a good one

      Ben

  4. David Spector June 1, 2012 at 7:04 am #

    I’m a meditation teacher and have practiced Transcendental Meditation for 41 years. This is the BEST introductory talk on TM I have ever heard by a non-TM-teacher. Congratulations on the talk, and congratulations for being perceptive enough to learn and practice TM.

    I love the refreshment and mental energy I get from my own practice.

    One correction: TM is not quite that expensive. Currently, the most expensive country is the USA, where it costs $1500 for adults, less for children and other categories.

    For people who like learning on their own, we distribute a transcending course by mail for 4% of that price (we are also a 501(c)(3) nonprofit). It’s called Natural Stress Relief (NSR). We’ve become TM’s primary competition. We researched the effects of NSR and find that it reduces anxiety as much as TM (it’s the same mental technique, just taught differently). Our research is published in peer-reviewed psychology journals.

    Thanks again for recommending transcending to chiropractors. It will make all the difference in their lives. You are a great humanitarian.

    David Spector
    President,
    Natural Stress Relief/USA

    • Ben Cummings June 10, 2012 at 4:38 am #

      Thanks for your comments. I have no experience with natural stress relief, so cannot make comment about it. However I would strongly suggest participating in the “one on one” experience of learning TM in the proper way – even if its more expensive – because the interaction is an important component of TM. Anyway, meditation is a terrific “anti-burnout” method that many of my readers could definitely benefit from.

      Ben

  5. Dr Jim Cranford June 12, 2012 at 11:03 pm #

    purchased Chiropractic Marketing Unleashed, noticed a bonus video called “The Patient Flood.” I’m interested in receiving it. Thanks

  6. Dr. Gregory E. Johnson, DC December 5, 2012 at 8:27 am #

    I have done TM for years and I want to know if your talking about SPECT scans? SPECT scans was originally researched by Dr. Daniel Amen of the Amen Clinics, especially the one in Newport Beach California. I have had this SPECT scan done on myself and it is a functional brain test which uses Radioactive Isotopes with one done in the resting phase of the brain and the other done in an active phase of brain by making you use a computer intelligence IQ test. this is a very interesting science and I just wondered if you have heard of it and/or used it yourself? Thanks Ben, Great stuff. I hope to hear back from you.

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Gregory E. Johnson, D.C.

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