September 10, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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“Not once has he [Pip’s husband] thought he might have to resume physio, and like me he is a much happier person and manages stress with much greater ease.”

Any business person worth his or her salt will tell you that it’s the people of the organisation that make it what it is, and they are the cornerstone. In Richard Branson’s “Business Stripped Bare” he wrote that he would prefer to start an organisation from scratch because culture is the most important thing and it is incredibly difficult to change a culture that has been dead set in its own ways for years.

I went through 5 assistants in 5 months before Pip came along – determined to find the right person who can provide quality mental adjustments for clients. It was incredibly stressful to say the least and for a period I was playing chiropractor and front desk person at the same time. Pip had no real formal experience and knew nothing about chiropractic. No one would guess that now as I still get comments about how it seems she’s been doing this for years.

I am truly blessed to be able to go to the place I work and hang out with my friend, Pip, because we laugh a lot. And to have her unwavering support through good times and bad, above and beyond what is required. I am humbled and so grateful for saying, “Yeah, come on board, Pip. Let’s make this thing happen.” Read more

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