“With any change or growth there is inevitable resistance, struggle and a little pain. Overcoming the status quo personally or professionally requires leaving some or many old notions behind that no longer work, or never really did, and learn that observations, questions and thinking about what is needed for patient and practitioner satisfaction sometimes means stepping out of a traditional way of thinking.” This statement was made by Robert “Skip” George D.C., CCSP, CSCS, PRC and can be read along with other information about him by going to the SD Voyager. Skip has become one of my best friends. I can’t imagine my life without him in it. He has offered me so much genuine advice and has gained my trust and confidence because of the way he manages himself around people who are interested in integrated engagement. I met him at a PRI course that I instructed in 2012 and immediately felt his magnetic presence. I really believed he would become a future faculty member after that one inspirational course and having the opportunity to spend some one on one time with him. His acceptance and acquiescence of novel insight for the betterment of humanity left a lasting impression on me.
He will be presenting a “A Chiropractor’s Perspective on Professional, Personal and Relationship Resistance” and his story and message is far from “ordinary.” I believe the same infectious ‘one on one’ experience that I had when I first met him, will be felt by anyone who is in the room, who is listening to him talk about how to resist, resistance to change. As you will find out by his personal presentation, meaningful movement requires change.
Learn more about the 2018 Spring Symposium HERE.