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HOPE CHIROPRACTIC CENTER

DAILY HOPE

Encouragement

Encouragement

Let's face it. All of us are starting to feel the pressure of the last 5 months. I feel like there is a giant sleeping bear that we continually poke on the daily, if not hourly basis with the rampant news stories flooding our new feeds. Remember, what you consume, you...

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Perseverance

Perseverance

Have you felt like you have held a burden for too long? Maybe to where it feels like you continually add weight to the burden day by day, year by year? The truth is. For the majority of us. We are in your shoes. We are all faced with this struggle, this burden,...

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A restructuring of sorts.

A restructuring of sorts.

The process of surrendering is often portrayed as a sign of weakness in our day and age. I think it is fair to say that throughout human existence, surrendering has been viewed as weakness. A conquering. A sign that you lost. You are no longer in control. Raise the...

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To find Happiness

To find Happiness

Over the last two months, my spiritual director has had me working through a book called "Trustful Surrender to Divine Providence." The book is designed to help us find peace and happiness. In today's day and age, we are laden with people who are full of hate, anger,...

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Our Values #4: Healing through all seasons.

Our Values #4: Healing through all seasons.

Health is Seasonal For some reason, we have surrendered this incredibly basic concept. We have been sold the idea that we are virtually immune to any form of disease or illness because of how great "health care" is in the United States. Nothing could be further from...

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Our Values: #3 No Cover Bands

Our Values: #3 No Cover Bands

Guitar Hero   It has taken me quite a bit of time to reflect on how I wanted to introduce this value in written from. What tend to strike my imagination is a flash back to the early 2000's when Guitar Hero was the go to game for any young aspiring musician......

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Our Values: #2 Default Adaptability

Our Values: #2 Default Adaptability

When I first sat down to write this blog, I started with an idea of searching the web for what people believe it means to adapt, to be adaptable, to have adaptability and I was given a multitude of ideas. The first image that was populated was that of a chameleon. I...

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An Observation

An Observation

Mother Teresa is quoted with saying "do small things with great love." She is also quoted with saying "I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples." Finally, one of my favorite passages of her's is the following...

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Choices

Choices

I'll be honest. For the last 4 weeks, I have actually been at peace with the way life has continued to change before our very eyes. It wasn't until this weekend that I actually started to have a little bit of fear start to creep in on me. It was a slow process...

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Our Values: #1 Squirrel!

Our Values: #1 Squirrel!

Over the last month, we have been working diligently at putting onto paper the mission, vision, and values of Hope Chiropractic Center. We were tasked with this from our business coaches over at XM Performance in Grapevine. Their founder, Ross Patterson, likes to say...

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Hope…a different perspective

Hope…a different perspective

While many of us have spent the last two weeks wondering what just happened in our world, I have spent the last two weeks really trying to figure out how to communicate exactly how I feel to the people who put their very lives in my trust at Hope Chiropractic Center....

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No Shiny Objects

No Shiny Objects

I have been rather reflective over the last two weeks. In this course, I really haven't had much to say in regards to Hope, Health, or from a podcasting perspective. I guess you could say, I have been spending some time in my own desert working on contemplative...

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A chance for change

Today is Ash Wednesday. This signifies the start of a 46 day journey in the Christian faith leading up to the celebration of Easter. Yesterday, I was speaking with a mentor of mine regarding lent. I asked him what was weighing heavy on his heart as we enter this...

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Who is on your team?

Who is on your team?

Yesterday afternoon I was sitting on my favorite torture device - The Assault Bike, texting back and forth with one of my best friends. We were reminiscing on the journey life has taken us over the last 12 years. In our conversation, a topic came up on core work and...

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Do not be afraid; just have faith.

Do not be afraid; just have faith.

January was an interesting month. In fact, I think it is one of those months that is really a hit or a miss. As a culture we have become accustomed to the traditional post holiday push in the fitness and health industry that has led us to be more discerning about how...

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Hope does not disappoint

Hope does not disappoint

As I work through my daily thoughts of Hope, all of my thoughts tend to lead back to the theological virtue and the role hope plays in our life. You see, this particular title comes from Romans Chapter 5, verses 1-5. How often do we find ourselves disappointed in...

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Why me. Why Now.

Why me. Why Now.

Over the last three years I have spent quite a bit of time in self-introspection. As a Christian, we traditionally refer to this process of spiritual discernment. Most of us are familiar with this process, we just don't know the name for it. It would start with...

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Death comes for us all

Death comes for us all

A rather drab title if you ask me. However, it is hard to write a blog on a daily thought of hope today without logging onto social media, ESPN, or for the most part any network and seeing the millions of people mourning the death of Kobe Bryant. However... I wonder...

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Lord, Help my Unbelief.

Lord, Help my Unbelief.

About ten years ago I was given a book called "The Biology of Belief." It was a book that challenged my thought process and everything I ever understood about health, genetics, disease... The author is Dr. Bruce Lipton, PhD. Throughout this story, Dr. Lipton virtually...

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The Rat Race

The Rat Race

Have you ever been in a situation where you work and work and work hoping for a very specific end result, and when the time comes, that result does not? Or Have you ever wondered why people are "always hustlin" for the next big thing to add to the ranking of their...

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The Most Important Decision.

The Most Important Decision.

When I first started this blog, I actually took the idea from one of my mentors - Andy Frisella. He was sick and tired of how limiting Instagram was with the audience based upon the social media algorithm. So, I thought to myself, that is a brilliant idea and I need a...

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Health is not easy

Health is not easy

So, I would be lying to you if I didn't start with letting you know where this thought came from. On Saturday, I had the opportunity to take Josslyn to a friend's birthday party. When we arrived, I was quick to notice that the entire party was going to be mom's and...

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A Choice

A Choice

"God, I face a difficult decision. Can you supply me with any thoughts which will give me reassurance."  

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Thinking BIG

Thinking BIG

Yesterday's thought on success made me want to dive deeper into some of the principles I use to guide my own life. For many of you who follow me or are a patient of mine, you know I am an intense person all around. You know I shoot for the moon when I work with a...

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What’s wrong with success?

What’s wrong with success?

This morning while I was at the gym, two of my friends and I got into a discussion about success from a financial perspective. The context of the conversation was surrounding the fact that someone got ticked because someone else made more money than them. And this is...

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Somedays…

Somedays…

You're not enough. Someday's... No matter how good of an adjustment you deliver... No matter how much you pray for your patients... No matter how many words of encouragement you give... You will fall. Your patients will suffer. Your belief in yourself and your work...

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Fear Not

Fear Not

"He who has overcome his fears will truly be free." - Aristotle. I just came off of a two weeks vacation (staycation because I am cool like that). During that time I spent a lot of time in reflection that pushed me to create more. However, for the longest time I have...

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