Embrace the "Why"
If you were to ask someone "How do you do what you do?" or "What do you do?", the response would probably be swift and clear. But if you ask that same person "Why do you do what you do?", the response might be a bit different. The reality is that it's not enough to know only the 'How' or 'What'. You have to know your 'Why".
The 'why' is like the rebar in reinforced concrete. Knowing 'why' lends confidence, credibility, and believability to the 'how' and 'what'.Simply put, your 'why' makes your 'how' and 'what' more impactful.
My 'why' can be found in the patient who no longer suffers from migraines and the skeptic who finally decides her health is, in fact, an important asset. My 'why' can be seen in the one who experiences emotional as well as physical healing. My 'why' is anchored in those who have been physically injured and told they would have to live with the effects of those injuries. Finally, my 'why' is held firm in my belief of the amazing, God-given healing properties of the body and the power of the chiropractic adjustment to help facilitate that healing.
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