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Chiropractors Who Learn Life Skills More Likely to Excel in Business

Author: Patrick Porter

Are you living a life of excellence? Are you everything you aspire to be? Those are the questions life coach and mentor Terri Werner asks her clients, many of whom are chiropractors.

Werner, who has a background in marketing, financial planning and business development, recently spoke to a group of chiropractors at the Karl Parker Seminar in Dallas, Texas. Her message, in the words of one attendee was "tremendous."

Werner does one-on-one coaching, public speaking and is the author of several books and recordings on building excellence in your life and business practices. Says Werner, "I help a lot of chiropractors market their practice, look at vertical marketing, and how to get their message out, but I do that after we first address the issues in their life." Her vision is creating a culture of excellence, one life at a time.

When a business or individual engages Werner to assist them, she first looks at what is going on in their lives in general. She asks, "Are they living in excellence? Are they living in integrity? Have they forgiven?" All these things that have to do with the heart and head coming together to create a dynamic excellence in one's life.

Werner feels that once a person finds what is lacking in their life, and what they could do better, then all things fall into place. "I really believe everything has to do with everything." She recommends journaling as a way to discover areas where a person is lacking and can improve. Excellence, she says, comes once a person discovers these things and works to change them. "I don't think excellence has to be difficult. I really define excellence as creating an environment where the propensity to excel is easy."

Werner knows from experience that anything can be accomplished when you apply these principles. "I had gone through some really tough things in my life and I just decided to implement and do everything I could to create excellence. Doing so meant forgiveness and releasing judgments."

Werner's pursuit of excellence paid off in the form of a new book, Train Wreck to Triumph, as well as a partnership with Dr. Denis Waitley and NFL star Tim Brown to create a kid-safe web browser. She is currently working on a new project called A Question of Change. "The premise is that no matter where you are in life whether you're in trauma or grand success requires focus on getting the right answers. In order to get the right answer, you must ask the right question." This new book assists readers in asking the right questions to get the outcomes they desire.

Werner has been instrumental in helping many people enrich their lives, grow their businesses and become outcome driven by living lives of excellence.