Stand In Your Power with Good Intention And Love – Dr. Sheridan Kay

by | Jan 17, 2018 | Podcast | 0 comments

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Dr. Sheridan Kay was born in Australia into a large family of chiropractors. She graduated from Life University in Atlanta, USA in 1996. Currently, Sheridan teaches the Thompson Technique at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic.

She faced a massive challenge when she became an associate of her late father, Dr. Alan Brady. Because of her size and age, people thought she’s not strong enough to be a chiropractor. Her father advised her to get stronger with love which she did, and it completely changed her practice.

On this episode, Dr. Sheridan shares the challenges she faced when she was starting her practice and when she moved to New Zealand. Also, there was a time where she felt burned out with family and health. Breathing, having people to guide her to bring things back to herself, setting clear boundaries with love, and looking after herself restored everything for her.

Key Takeaways

  • Being a great manual adjuster is never about the size or muscle strength. It’s about centering yourself with your timing and having confidence in your ability.
  • When your brain and body are connected, you do better.
  • Being honest and genuine will make people feel grateful, and they will tell ten of their friends about you.
  • Draw some lines and set clear boundaries with love to avoid burnouts.
  • It’s not selfish to look after yourself and do whatever it is that is beating your soul.
  • Be unselfishly selfish because when you look after yourself, you can serve at a higher level.
  • If you’re not looking after yourself, you’re going to create problems for your kids, which is the last thing you want as a parent.
  • Surround yourself with people whom you trust and who positively influence your family.
  • If you have an amazing philosophy, find people and groups worldwide who are congruent with your belief systems.
  • Trust yourself, find that certainty, walk your talk, and look after yourself.
  • Most people don’t know the real brain-body connection, so you got to tell them.
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