A powerful mindset can help you achieve success in all areas of your life.
You will learn how your mindset will help you achieve success in all areas of your life. You will also learn how your mind and body are all working together to achieve success...
A powerful mindset can help you achieve success in all areas of your life.
You will learn how your mindset will help you achieve success in all areas of your life. You will also learn how your mind and body are all working together to achieve success.
Dr. Victor Manzo is a chiropractor, consultant, coach, author, and podcaster. He is passionate about helping people reach their full potential and grow into the men they dream of being.
This episode is about the benefits of a powerful mindset. Dr. Victor Manzo learned about the benefits of a powerful mindset from his work as a chiropractor and from studying neuroscience.
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What is the Matrix, and why should we be aware of it? Oh, I love that. Yeah. So the matrix. I'll give you a simple answer, and I can explain a little depth because.
You know where my brain is going. Yeah, totally. I'm with you. And so the Matrix before, in my first book, rediscovered greatness. I called it the machine.
I was like, there's a machine in the world that conditions in some way in shape or form. Whatnot? And then all of a sudden you hear about the Matrix. We live in the Matrix. We live in the Matrix.
And then when I was thinking about my third book, when I was in the title it, I was like, decode the Matrix, break down what the Matrix is, and then talk about the influences of it and how we can break away. And so the Matrix, in the most simplest way is the human collective consciousness. That's the matrix. Here's the million dollar question. How do men like us reach our full potential and grow into the men we dream of being while taking care of our responsibilities, working, being good husbands, fathers, and still take care of ourselves?
That's the question. This podcast will help you with those answers. My name is Brent, and welcome to the Fallible Man Podcast. Welcome to the Fallible Man Podcast, your home for all things man, husband and father, and a big shout out to our fallible nation. You guys keep us doing things like this, and we love you a lot.
Welcome to all of our new listeners trying to talk for the first time. We're so excited that you decided to share a little bit of your time with us, and we hope you really enjoy the show. My name is Brent, and today my special guest is Dr. Victortor Manzo, chiropractor, consultant, coach, author, podcaster overachiever. Maybe we'll see.
Today we're going to get to know Dr. Manzo a little bit. We'll discuss mindset, personal development, peak performance, and the Matrix, because I cannot help but ask about that question. Dr. Victor, welcome to the show.
Thanks for having me, brother. I am excited to be here. Sorry about teasing you about the accolades, man, but I'm just in awe, you guys. I almost stay with one thing. I can't stay with one thing.
You overachiever. You nailed it. It's something where if I learn something, I get good at it and I like it. And then all of a sudden, it's like, how can I go deeper? Or where can I learn more?
Or how can I do something else? You know what? There's absolutely nothing wrong with that. I was so doing podcasts. You're a fellow podcaster.
You do your research on your guests and you're like, wow, you have been busy. Just amazing. So doctor Victorky, you've seen the show? I don't do big intros. Tell us in your own words, who is Dr.
Victortor? Loaded question. I'm just a human being. Who is curious about life. That's really who I am.
It's really what I'm about. And that's why there's so many things that I do and study, like my background. I was a pediatric chiropractor. I stopped doing that in December 2020, ended up moving to Knoxville, Tennessee. But one of the things I was doing while I was a chiropractor in the last couple of years was being a business and mindset coach, because the mind is everything in life.
And then I always had a curiosity about the mind and lives, the rules to life, everything. I was twelve years old, and so I'm just a big kid who likes to learn. If I had to sum it up in one thing, that's just one thing I love to do is just constantly learn. And it could be about the most, it could be information that is not going to do anything for me, but it's just cool. It's like, wow, I didn't know about that.
That's something else. I don't know. Cool. All right. I know I learned something new here today and that's pretty much just who I am.
I'm a human being who just loves life, who loves to learn, always keeping an open mind to many, many different things. Because I think when you can have an open mind, you can stay being a kid, which is curious and have all to the world, I think you can really grow and expand in many different areas of your life. OK, so tell me, how do you go from pediatric chiropractor to mindset coach? It's a bit of a job. I love this.
I'm glad you brought this up, because one thing about chiropractors is they get a huge misconception of thinking. If I say a chiropractor, most people are going to think of somebody working on their spine to help with neck pain, back pain or headaches. That's majority of the public doesn't mean everyone thinks that the majority of the public does. But what chiropractors are we're actually brain doctors. We actually look at how can we change the brain, something called neuroplasticity.
It's just the way the brain can constantly change. And so what we're trying to do is shift pathways of the brain to be more at higher executive functions. And when we can do that, your self regulating mechanisms of your body, your self healing mechanism, mechanisms of your body, all start to elevate, get better and more adaptable. And when you can do that, you become healthier. So the whole mindset side, how does that relate to Cairo though, is chiropractors.
We got to study functional neurology, neuroscience. And so what happened was when I got out of school, my background is in energy medicine because I was doing energy medicine while I was in school with chiropractic. Not from the school, I was doing it outside. But long story short, it was about three or four years in the business and I was doing studying behavioral psychology and looking at beliefs and how do we change behavior? Because I wanted to change.
I thought if I change my behavior to be more like people who are successful, then maybe then I'll have success. I did that, and I wasn't getting there, and I was like, there's got to be something. There's something wrong here. I'm missing something. And so I started looking at the mind and the brain and looking at different aspects of the neuroscience to see what parts of the brain control and do this and that for behaviors and other things like that, belief systems and all this other stuff.
And then I was like, oh, my goodness. So that's how I gel when it comes to that. And the other thing too, is in chiropractic, we say we have something called supplementation. This is what a chiropractor is actually doing. When we make an adjustment, we're removing that.
And the sublimation is a big where people's brains, they stop for a signal. What did you just say? So it's just a miscommunication between the brain and body. That's really what it is, if I really simplify it. And so what happens, though, is the cause of those 80% of the time is a mental emotional component, a mental emotional stressor that the body can adapt well to.
And so that's 80%. So that was a curiosity for me to say, all right, what stresses, how does that work? What emotions? How do people get affected by these things? And so that's where I started to understand in my practice.
It wasn't just come and get an adjustment. It was, I need to also help you with lifestyle adVictore. We need to work on different things that we can do, different modalities to help you handle your emotions, to adapt better, or to build more reserves, to be more resilient, to handle stress so that you can adapt more optimal to your lifestyle. Yes. No, I mean, I love my chiropractor.
I don't go and see them very often because insurance does not cover chiropractic as well as it should. I think insurance should absolutely cover chiropractic. At least three or four visits a month all year. I mean, just one bad slip and there goes all my coverage for the year. But I always feel so much better.
I've had mine adjust my sinuses before I've had my adjust my back, right? And so I was amazed the first time I adjusted my sinuses, because I didn't know you guys could do that for a lifelong sinuseper. That was like, I can breathe. Oh, my goodness. So I'm a huge fan.
But yeah, that's what I understood. Chiropractor was just my bones would shift where they should not be, and you guys would put them back in place, and hopefully they would stay there. I never thought about it as fixing the pathways between the brain and the. Body, because it's a conditional thing. That's why when you get an adjusted, things don't hold or they'll take a while.
And it's more of the patterning of the brain and the conditioning of the muscle, the tissues, the ligaments, all those things are all conditioned to be a protection mechanism. It's protecting the body in some way. And so it's like little micro changes is what we're really doing. But in the long run, that's where as the more we make those changes, then all of sudden A, you have more resiliency. It holds a lot better.
That's why your guest frequency goes down as you go to a chiropractor. But you brought up a great point though, about insurance chiropractor. The professions came together and went to go talk to the major insurance companies and we showed them how we can save them billions, billions of dollars a year if they just accepted chiropractic at 100%. Like whatever care plans were here, except look at how much we save in back surgeries. Look how much we save.
We had a whole laundry list of stuff and insurance companies were like, we're not interested. Thank you though. And we were like, I say, I wasn't there, but it was like when I heard the story, I was going, are you kidding me? We just billions of dollars a year. That's money back in your pocket.
And they're like, no. And I was like, wow, okay. There are other forces to be reckoned with. Yes. I don't understand why anybody would not prefer that.
It just doesn't make any sense to me at all. You think that insurance companies would want to save the money. We can go down. That's the whole thing. I have so much data.
Sorry, I won't go sideways on you on that one. Dr. Victorky, you've written three books and you do two different podcasts. Tell us a little bit about what you got going on. Yeah, so I wrote my first two books, 2018 to Rediscover Your Greatness, 2019 to Walk in the Dark, and then 2022 in May.
Coming up. It'll be decode. The Matrix is my third one and so I'm really excited about that one. That's a lot of that's been something on my mind for the last couple of years and finally sat down and got it done. So that's what I've been doing there.
But my podcast, I started out in 2018, the Michael Experiment. It was really, I guess I don't know if you're going to ask this question, so I'm just going to go with it because you do get asked often. It's like, why did you start the podcast? And one of them was, I was sitting there one time and I was like, I want to share information to get out to the world. I did podcasting before 2012 with wellness and stuff, but there were so many of them out there and I just felt like I can go down that route.
I was like, just after 100 episodes, I was like, I don't feel like it wasn't really gelling a lot with me. So I decided to stop that. But when I went back into it, I was like, I'm going to start doing the podcast myself for a little bit, and I want to do interviews. I want to pick people's brain and have conversations and just get to know people and connect with people that I would never meet in my normal life. I'm not located in Knoxville, Tennessee.
How can I interview someone from Australia? One would ever mess up? But you look at that, the beauty of podcasting. Oh, yeah. And that's where that came about.
And it's been a fun journey for the last four years. And we just hit four years last month in April 22. Since I started, like, the division of Coaching for Chiropractors, I was like, well, I can do the Mindful Chiropractor podcast and just start sharing the same stuff that I share on the Mindful Experiment. There's no difference. But what I do is I just put it in the framework of a chiropractor, a chiropractor in business and in life, and just sharing how what they deal with, what their pain is, and how we can give solutions, how they can help themselves, be more fulfilled.
Chiropractors not just how to make more money, but also to have better relationships, how to have sharper mindsets and be more purposeful with your life and those kind of concepts. Okay, that's a lot to take on. I am impressed. I know. Just keeping up on my modest little YouTube channel and podcast, it's like, wow, it's a lot of work.
It is. It's a love of labor, right? I do labor. Love. I love one of the things you mentioned because one of my favorite things about this, I get to have these incredible conversations with people I would never connect with otherwise.
You said Australia, for example. I actually have worked with multiple people in Australia now on the podcast, and it's just I'm in awe. It's like, wow, look at this. I am getting to have this incredible conversation with the person on the other side of the world I would never meet otherwise and just meeting incredible people that way. So it's one of the facets of podcasting I absolutely love it's just awesome.
Sorry, go ahead. No, you're fine. You're fine. I told you we can meander a little bit. And I'm okay with that.
It's a cool thing too. And I know you've probably had this experience. It's just the connections you make with people and then they become great relationships. And then it's like one person I interviewed, like a couple of years ago, they're like, hey, I'm going to be in your area. And I thought you said, hey, come reach out.
Yeah, let's work out, probably. I love to continue the combo. Or someone thinks of you and then they're doing a retreat and like, oh my God, we had that great combo on your podcast. Love to have you come here and it's also me, even for myself, building my tribe eventually when I do retreats and stuff and like different types, it's like, who do I have really, really good combos with? And it's like, yeah, I want to pick their brain and have them I want to have them come because they'd be gelled on the same level.
We're actually doing our first in person event this year, actually. I love that. This will come out a little bit later in the year. I'm actually ramping up for that event in June. This podcast will come out later in the year.
But yeah, no, I'm actually coordinated with six different guys that I've connected with on the podcast to put together this event. Love that one. Hey, I've got to ask all my listeners, I think, know at this point that several of us podcasters use different websites to connect podcasters with podcast guests and so on and so forth. And we list things we're always ready to answer. And one of the questions that you have on there that I had, I don't even know if it ties into the rest of the episode, I've got to ask, what is the Matrix and why should we be aware of it?
Oh, I love that. Yeah. So the Matrix, I'll give you a simple answer and I can explain a. Little depth because you know where my brain is going. Yeah, totally, I'm with you.
And so The Matrix before, in my first book, Rediscovered, greatness, I called it The Machine. I was like, there's a machine in the world that conditions in some way in shape or form and whatnot. And then all of a sudden you hear about the Matrix. We live in the matrix. We live in the matrix.
And then when I was thinking about my third book where I was going to title it, I was like, decode the Matrix, break down what the matrix is, and then talk about the influences of it and how we can break away. And so the Matrix in the most simplest way is the human collective consciousness. That's the matrix. It's as simple as that. But some people who are listeners are going, what the heck is the human collective consciousness?
What does that mean? What's that all entitled? Every human being is at a certain wavelength, a frequency of vibration that they made out into the world, universe, whatever you want to look at that. And so the human collective is taking every single humans being average thought, average emotion, average feeling, average projection of the world, how they see the world, and it gets averaged out, and this becomes the Matrix. Now, if you watch The Matrix, you know that the Matrix is held as a system, as a program, as a code and things like that.
And so the same thing as the Matrix for humans is that actually it's modern slavery in our realm because if we're not trying to break out, it's going to average us out. It's going to mute us into metocracy. And so the key thing is with The Matrix, the whole purpose is to once you become aware of that, there is some force, something that's always pulling you back to average. Then you can understand that, okay, what do I have to do to break out of that? What do I have to do to not be influenced into that?
And that's where the power of breaking through The Matrix. The reason why I wrote the book, too, is to teach people what influences it and how to be aware of that influence and then really start to ask questions of what's really me? What do I really like? What are my real beliefs? What do I really enjoy?
How am I living my life versus how I've been conditioned, how I've been programmed? Because the Matrix is the main one. But then there's also submatrixes things like United States versus Germany, right? They have different cultures in the United States. People talking, people in Texas versus Chicago, Illinois versus New York and California, they all have different ways of living, right?
Those are submatrixes. And you can go to the towns and you go to all that stuff. So it's all layers that create the Matrix. And so then the question is, how much are you really programming condition? Like in The Matrix, these people are just walking.
They don't know. They're just in the same old thing. I know we saw the last one, Matrix Resurrection. I haven't seen it yet. All right, so definitely a lot of people gave negative reviews.
I was like, I thought it was good. I'm a big Matrix fan. But one of the things is there's a lot of good. There's a speech, and I won't say it, I won't mess it up or anything, but there is a speech towards the end of the movie that totally when I was listening to it. I just watched it this weekend and I was like, oh my God, yeah, that is so true.
And everything I'm just talking about, he literally was explaining it. He uses different words. I think they call him the analyst anyhow in the movie, but he explained it in a way that how it keeps us in this hedonic wheel. That's just what we do. And humans like to be comfortable, so this is where we'll go.
But comfort is not our soul's purpose. Comfort is not what the soul desires. Comfort, I mean, if the soul cared about comfort, we would never be in the human experience. We would never want to experience what human with humanness was. And so that's the totality of what The Matrix is in my book and kind of what I explained about it.
Okay, wow, we're getting deeper. I thought you were going to say human collection. This was Twitter.
Sorry. Eventually I want to write a book about how Facebook no, the Internet has got and I want to explain what that is but we'll see if that ever comes to two. My goodness. I'm getting closer to that, especially with The Matrix. And I do like tease it in there a little bit.
But I'm like, eventually I want to explain because if you look at how the Internet works and how the solar, I can do all of that. But anyway, so the all important question of the show is what is your favorite ice cream? Nice. Vanilla. Vanilla.
Straight vanilla. Specific vanilla or toppings, I guess french vanilla, maybe? I'm trying to think what's the company? Ldanic. LD.
I think it's French vanilla. Or just vanilla. Yeah, just vanilla. I just like the flavor. Goes with everything.
Goes with everything. Nothing. No toppings. I'm very simple too. So, like, I don't put anything on top.
I'll just enjoy the ice cream. Nothing wrong with that. Like the good vanilla beans. So I understand you can just do it straight as it is. Yeah.
You said that there are no rules in life except the ones you create. What does that mean? Because there are a lot of people who would think that sounds a little far fetched. A little. We're shackled by rules, especially coming this side of the great Pandemic or whatever.
Yes, totally. And so, what I mean by that is the creation of your life, right? And so when you say there's no rules in life but when you create that's looking at being you can either bound to because there are no rules that you create. So you can say you have limits and you can say you don't have limits. Whichever one that is that you believe to be true, that's your rule.
That's your code. I call them codes is what I live by. Then that's what it's going to be. And it's not like a belief. It's not me just saying a story.
This is old ancient tradition stuff that came out four or 5000 years ago where they were saying how you're the creator of your life and all these different things. Well, now I kind of bridge the gap between spirituality because sometimes when I go into spirituality concepts a lot of people go to life that's really out there kind of thing or that's just not concrete. But then I'm like, okay, well, quantum physics, I don't think it gets any more concrete than that. And there's something called the observer effect that actually explains that how you see your life, the mind actually affects and changes material matter. We've seen it, they tested it, they can prove it.
So, what does that mean? Right? When you can look at something and it'll actually let me take a step back. The observer effect, real quick for those who don't know is a study that they did when they were looking at they wanted to understand if light is a particle or it's in a wave format. And so why is this important?
Because wave is a non physical aspect of things, and a particle is actually material in the physical realm. And so what happens is they have the scanners looking at everything and trying to see, and they see it in the waveform, it's showing up that way. And then all of a sudden, the researcher, the observer goes to look and to see if he can see the light, and all of a sudden it would turn into a particle. He would look away. It would slowly break up and go back to a wave.
He would look again and go back to a particle. And so what that show was in the study was showing, and I'm really simplifying this, is that they ended up not understanding that how we see our life and how we dictate what we say with ourselves is actually going to create our reality. We're doing this all the time. Law of bad vibration or law of law of attraction, like attracts like. That is always constantly at work.
And so when you look at your life, rules, limits, whatever you put on yourself, you're going to create your life. You are the creator of your life. You're dictating every step of the way of what you're attracting, what you're creating, what you're experiencing. If you look at things like the law of Karma or people look at karma in a way of like, if you do wrong, wrong is going to come get you some time in your life, that is not karma. I don't know where that came from.
I don't know who started that. Maybe someone was going against karma. But anyhow, if you look at what really karma is, it's a sanct word that means actions. And when you look at that, where you are in your life is the accumulation of actions of what you took in your past, right? And so when you look at that makes more sense that to me.
I can relate with that. I'm like, okay, what I've done in my past and all my thoughts, my emotions, my actions and everything is what led me to where I'm at right now. And what I do right now can determine to change my karma for the future. And so that's a short winded, long winded answer, but I hope that helps. You know what?
It's a good answer, though, at least to explain something. You ask people to simplify science is complicated, right? I mean, that's why there are scientists, people who devote themselves to that. So breaking down really complex science down into understandable chunks for all of us, that maybe that's not something we're into or it's always a task. I think you did it very well.
Thank you for that sharing. Yeah. I've got to ask the all important question at this point before we break for a sponsor, I've got to ask why, right? You became a chiropractor. Then you went into coaching and consulting, and you're doing the podcast and you're writing books, and it's very clear that you are motivated to help improve people's lives and to help people improve their own lives.
What drives Dr. Victor to want to help the world? Just to help my vision and goal and purpose. And one of the work I do ask people, what's your main vision and purpose in life? And it's always interesting with the responses I get, and I'm like as I do the work, I had to do this myself.
A lot of things I work on is vision. And so my main purpose in this life is just help elevate the consciousness of a human being, whoever I can have the inputs to. May it be through my podcasting, may it be for my coaching, may it be through I get access to, get exposed to, just to help. Humanity is at a point where we've been in the dark for so long and it's time to awaken. And my whole vision and purpose in life is to do that.
So I started my journey in chiropractic, helping break the model and teach people what health is. Teach them and help them understand how your body can actually it's an amazing technology once you understand it. And there's things you can do. Like one of my patients, I tell them all the time, chiropractic can help a lot of things, but there's going to be things that are going to show up deficiencies and other things that we have to help bring the whole picture back together for you. And once we figure out what works for you, it's going to be a game changer for your life.
And then it became. That was great. I loved it, but my reach was minimal. I mean, I can only do so much out of my office. And so that's when I was like, I want to be more in the Mites, I want to do more coaching, I want to start doing helping really transform people's lives.
Because what I saw in the business world is there's just so much misinformation or information that doesn't have to be that way, right? We're always taught we have to grind, we have to hustle. I get so much resistance when I say this. It's amazing. It's a belief system.
They don't have no evidence to show it's, proof or true. They just keep hearing the same thing over, right? Not saying these are lies, but if you hear something long enough and loud enough, you're going to start to believe it to be true, right? That's normal human conditioning of the mind. It's one of those things where I, in the selfhelp person of the development world, used to drive me nuts.
I was just like, this is not congruent to how we can be. And so then I was like, you know, I'm going to be a business coach. I'm going to learn. I was successful in what I did, but I was like, let me get a. System down so I can kind of teach it.
So it's very straightforward. And that's where my drive has come to, where it's just I want to help people, just want to light them up. Because if I can do that, if I'm able to just have them see one thing about themselves that hinders their life or their flow and allow them to be more who they are, we can just do that one little change. It will create a ripple effect because then every person that they're around, they're going to help level them up. And that could be their spouse, that can be their kids, that could be their friends, it could be where they work.
And now all of a sudden we're lighting up the world one step at a time. And we're taking our power back and really stepping into our own power and really creating radical change. True change. True change. That doesn't happen because in the world we live in, just like if you go to a business coach, a regular standard business, we're not going to have anything against them.
But it's just the way the model is. It's all about doing. You're not successful because you don't do the things you need to do. And I'm not saying that's not true, but there's a being side we totally forgot about and we don't emphasize there first. Because if I have a limited belief to money or negative beliefs to money or a bad relationship with money, I don't care what the hell I do.
I am not going to get it because of that premise first. So you clear that out. Then the doing is easy because now it's like, well, what do you do most of the time if you got that clear and you got money consciousness, it's like you might know people that no matter what they do, everything just turns to gold for them, right? I have some friends that are like that. They just start a business and it blows up in the first year.
They're making multi millions in the second on. And I'm going, how the hell did you do that? I just did this, this and this. And it worked. And I was going, yes.
No. I'm like, I got to work on my consciousness because my mindset is not there. But it's one of those things where notice he has that being nice to him so then when he just does it's a lot easier. Yeah, I definitely know one of those guys. I was always in awe.
I couldn't even begin to fathom it's. Just the most random thing and everything's just.
Even in stocks, like crypto, they're like, I'm going to go put this much into the coin. And I'm like I've studied a lot of technical analysis over the last few years just because I wanted to learn it. And it's interesting because what fascinated me is how stocks work are very similar to life. I mean, it is identical, just about. And so I was like, this is interesting.
I'll learn more about this in the last couple of years. My practice, I would actually be telling patients, yeah, you see your numbers, how they're going here? We're going to hit the ceiling. Then it's going to come down. There should be new support.
And then once we get that support, we know it's there. Then we'll climb up and one of them was a tech person, a stock. She was a day trader. She's like, are you talking stocks to me? Are you talking health?
I'm like, they're kind of both the same. This is how this works. But, yeah, no, they'll just go ahead, and all of a sudden, six, four, six months later, it goes on a massive rise. I'm like, how you didn't just do that once. You've done that multiple times.
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All right, guys, welcome back. We're here with Dr. Victortor Manzo, aka dr. Victor, discussing mindset, solving life struggles, your best year yet, and hard learned lessons. Dr.
Victor, we've covered a lot of things so far in the show, and it's not entirely random, I promise. I like to spend the first half of the show really kind of helping my audience understand who you are because I think they get more out of it if they can connect with you and your motivations. But as we roll in the second half of the show, I always like to ask, what purchase of $100 or less in the last year did you make this had the biggest impact of your life, on your life? Dang, that is such a good question. Let me see.
$100 or less. Trying to think, what book did I get? No, that wasn't it, man. You got me on this one. I'm not usually stumped.
Let's see. $100 or less. That's what we're thinking. It can be something as simple as you can't see it in my hands. My little sister got me this show.
It on camera. It's called thinking. Putty. It's silly Putty. Only a little sticker, but it keeps me from bumping my desk when I'm recording these things.
Nice. I have to fidget. Got you. I don't know if it's the best thing under $100, but definitely so don't overthink it. I know.
I'm trying to think what is stuff that I use daily that I'm a health nut? So for me, it's going to probably be more related to the health side, and it's not going to be extravagantly sexy or anything. This new matcha I got. I like your match. This is what I'm having right now, is a matcha tea.
Here, let me take that back. Mushrooms. Be a big fan of not mushrooms, but a big fan of mushrooms. And it's one of those things where, like, you know, the medicinal ones, like chaga and stuff. And so the last year, I've been really putting energy into, like, having to tease with that in the morning and love the energy it gives me, the clarity it gives me, and it just allows me to elevate my game.
And then for all your listeners, you can look up medicinal mushrooms like a chaga, which is the most highest dose of antioxidants, or like a lions made, which can actually rewire your brain and thicken your myelin sheets. These myelin are like insulation for your nerves. And the thicker that is, as we get older, those thin. But if you can keep them thick, you have faster computing for thought processes and other things like that mushroom and like turkey tail and all these different ones. That's a fun one for me because I like to work out a lot, and I like to challenge my body constantly.
And that's one of those things where it helps with bo to max, which means how much max oxygen I can get into my lungs to be absorbed in the blood. The more you can do that, the better conditioning you have, the more oxygen to muscles. So I would say that it would be the mushrooms, now that I'm thinking about it. Okay, thank you for clarifying. We're not talking about shrooms.
What mushrooms you talking about. I'm like not shrooms, that's for sure. You know, I love mushrooms. I'm like my food, but I've never even heard of mushrooms that you're talking about. I certainly never heard of them about them medicinally.
So that's a very cool thought. I like whole nutrition for body health much better. I would much rather eat something natural than take a pill for anything or drug for anything. So that's good to know. I'll have to look into those myself.
I've been a fan of mushrooms for about eight years, and it's one of those things. I keep saying this. You're going to hear me say this again. I'm waiting for the day that it's going to be, like, out into the open and be like, the markets will come, and there's going to be a market behind it to work, but it will be blown out to the main public again. People are going to start to understand because it's already happening, but it's not to that level just yet.
But I know when I was in practice for, like, the last year because I had mushrooms on my shelves, different things, and patients was like, oh, my God, I heard about this racist mushroom. Have you ever heard of them? Like, oh, yeah, what do you want to know? And they're like, then they'll ask me some questions the last couple of things, like, you why don't you talk about, why don't you present on this? Why don't you share this information?
I'm like, you know how much time I have to put into you guys? All the things I know, I'm like, that's why I let you guys just tell me where you are. Because before it was the opposite. I would teach my patients, like, everything I knew, and you just get the overload and someone be interested. So I was like, you know what?
I'm going to switch this. I'm not going to say anything. I'm just going to tell them, hey, if you ever have questions on health holistic, health conditions or whatever, just whatever you want to do to maximize your health, whatever you are that you're comfortable with, just please ask. Because I do more than just terrifying, and that's how I left it, and it worked out way better that way. Well, I have years of not only formal education, but that natural curiosity as you dug in to expand your abilities and your practice.
People don't understand that's a lot to download it to anybody, right? I mean, I'm certainly not the expert in my nine to five industry, but I've had years of experience and a lot of knowledge, and if I start downloading everything I understand about servers and computers, I just get this kind of blank.
So people don't understand when you become that proficient, when you become a professional at something, there's so much knowledge there that most people, they're not interested in that they won't be, okay, how do I do this? I just want to check the box. Not the long answer. Just give me the I want to check this off. How do I do that?
Right? Just tell me how to do it. I just want to do everyone wants me to answer. Now you put down on your questions. This one I've got to ask, because if I don't, if people ever found out on this on there, I would get tired and feathered.
Why do we struggle in life? I mean, everybody wants to know the answer, and this is something you say that you're ready to answer. So I have to ask, why do we struggle in life? It's so simple of an answer. And once this seed is implanted or you become aware of this, you will see all your struggles, all your down, whatever aggravations and whatnot.
All right, pause the podcast, guys. Take out your notepad. You want to know this one. It's really simple. I know it's not.
You don't want to overthink it. And basically, it's this. Anything in life that you struggle with, any struggle whatsoever, is because you resist. All resistance to all things is going to create your struggles. It's going to create all the lower vibration emotions and so forth.
Because when you think about it for a second, I can go two ways with this. I'll go to the spiritual side first, like energy quote, or in a simple sense, what you resist persists, right? And so if you're resisting some, let's say a fear, right? And so fear usually brings up things like anxiety, anxiousness, worry. And so if you constantly resist in your head, having a fear of something coming up, and all of a sudden you just constantly resist me.
I don't want that to happen. I want that to happen. What are you doing? You're giving your power over to what the thing you resist. And it's only going to create more of that.
And this can go you can look at your past and have regrets, and you can resist. I can't believe I didn't have this, right? I didn't have this opportunity. I wish I did this when I was younger. You're resisting things just if you can have acceptance.
Acceptance is flow. Flow. When you're in a state of flow, you have an open mind and allow for whatever shows up, whatever that may be that you're going through. Not saying you're not going to have lower emotions at all with us, but you're going to be able to have an open mind to see the beauty behind it. I wrote this in my second book called A Walk in the Dark, and it was all about the darknesses of life, challenges, obstacles and so forth.
I wrote a whole chapter, the Reason Why We Suffer, and it was all about resistance and how we resist things in our life. Did I answer that? It touches on so many deeper things.
I get the superficial simple as I can, because you can look at every aspect of your life, and I can go down to the nitty gritty, energetic, very deep, and we can go as light as just saying it's. The things that you're it could be as simple as I was a kid, I always said this, and I never understood why. So later I'd be like, hey, why? My mom will worry about something. Why do you worry?
When you worry, what you worry about comes. If you don't worry, it's not going to show up. And she's like, how do you know this? I'm like, I don't know. I don't worry about things.
They don't show up. But the things I do worry about doing. So I'm just like making an observation. I didn't say making an observation as a kid, but as I get older. I think it dives into why some people, you can have two people with the exact same experience, and it can be a traumatic experience with that.
And one person will struggle with that for years, sometimes, while another person barely puts a dent in them. They get through an initial processing with it, then it's gone. It's not a problem. But their friend who had the exact same experience may struggle with it for years and years. So I think that's an interesting concept for sure.
That it's? That yeah, because think about this. For the one who's struggling with he or he or she doing, they're resisting. What are they resisting? They're resisting what they went through, their experience, their trauma.
Right? And so what you're doing is you're trying to suppress it down. And when you suppress things, you lower your vibration energetically. When I say vibrations, so what is he talking about? Each emotion has vibration.
So if you think of something that makes you happy, you're going to get really lighter, you're going to feel good. And if I think of someone you can't stand or someone you don't like, you're going to start to feel heavy. You'll start to lose your shoulders. You want to sink in. That is an actual, literal physiological response.
We can back that up with science to show how the mind and energy, when you shift thoughts, emotions are going to come follow. The body responds to that like a tool, or showing you where you are and things. But yeah, it's just the same thing. Like belief systems. I only like saying systems, just belief, but having a belief.
And when I work with people uncovering their belief or what they have, that's like holding them back. I just look at your triggers and the thing that pisses you off the most, or the thing that aggravates you the most, or the thing that you explode, and you're like, why did I get that? I don't even understand that. That's a subconscious belief in you. That and the reason why you're having the bigger the reaction, the more you're resisting that down within you.
And so when you look at, like, life and this is one of the things about what I love about life, is that the universe, god, although whatever you want to call it, is always bringing to you what you need to level up to that next level. It's always going to bring to you. So if you ever noticed patterns in your life, there's a little like, Jedi trick I tell people to be aware and be more conscious, is that if you see a pattern showing up all the time, or in a critic thinking or thought process, you say the same story about something I'm like, there's liquid gold there. If you just take time to really say, well, why is this coming? What belief is this coming from?
Because if it's a behavior that you're doing, there's a belief that the belief is what dictates the behaviors. So with that, that kind of leads right into my next question. You've become very focused on mindset in your business coaching, in your chiropractic work, in working with patients. You become very into focusing on mindset. So why should we all focus on our mindsets first?
That's where everything starts and ends. It's all in the mind and we can look at it from a business perspective or anything. All things start in the mind. So when you look at like Bob Proctors to say that what you see in your mind, you will hold in your hand how you see the world. That's why I get into vision, because if you have crystal clearity in your mind's eye, in your mind's eye is just another word for imagination, what you see in your mind.
Like, for example, if I say imagine right now at this given moment, I want you to think of a pink elephant. And then now you have the pink elephant in your mind. Great. That's your mind's eye. So utilizing that and then understanding that it all stems from there.
And so if we can shift our mind to see things, just like an event that happens to one person versus another or how you view the world, for me, no matter what shows up in my life, don't bear I like to be transparent about things so something negative can happen or looks like negative. I'm not going to be all like, yeah, great, I got some liquid gold. This is going to be amazing, who I'm going to turn into and who I'm going to become. It's not usually that way. What it ends up being is I have a human reaction, right?
But then I'll sit on it and say, okay, how can I do this in a way that's going to benefit me? How can I see it right in perspective? All starts in the mind and I have to see it in a different way first. And once I can do that, everything shifts. And if we can go deeper into the mind, there's the neuroscience of things and like, for example, how you see the world.
I'm just using some of the stuff that we shared before because it's really good stuff to use. As an example, there's a part of your brain called the reticular activating system, short for Ras. Some people are starting to talk about this. I'm so happy to hear this. And this is a part of your brain that there's a lot of things it does, but one of them is it filters out information that's not deemed valuable to you.
So this is why you can have one event. You can have a hundred people lined up and watch that event and you'll hear 100 different stories. It's not because one's changing a story or one saw from this. They're seeing it literally in their world, from their eyes with a reticulated activating system. They're only getting the information that they value.
So this is why something like, for example, like Kovac can happen, tragedy, all these different things that show up. There are people there is, I think, billionaires. I wrote this in my book. I think they increased their overall wealth by like 65%, while small business owners were freaking out thinking, I don't know if I'm going be to able to survive, and all these different things, right? And same event happening, the whole world, same event.
Now somebody say, wow, these people are positioned this way. Some people, whatever. I don't get into that. I'm just using the aspects of but like even my business, I took a 40% hit 40%, yes, in the first month. But we shifted our perspective and said, you know what, we need to help people and have them understand stress a little bit more.
We need to change a little bit of what we do. I think we're going to go this direction. This is the moment where we go, I can see it. We're going to start getting it out there and it's going to turn things around. Two months later, we're breaking records in my office.
And it was that way. You continue that rise since. And where there's other chiropractors, some of them closed their office, some had to shut down, some never went back into practice. Same situation you have in all of us. Again, it comes back to the mind how you see it and how you're going to present yourself and go from that point.
Okay, so I noticed in your bio you said you got to a peak financially for where you were in your life at one point with a nice house and nice cars, successful by most people's measures, right. And it wasn't what you thought it would be. And there are a lot of people who are on that same hamster. Will so what did you learn got there? So we talked about the matrix.
So I was conditioned by the matrix of what a successful chiropractor is, what's the numbers I have to see, what's the volume I have to be serving, and all this different stuff. And when I got there, I was still the same me. I still had all the same issues I was dealing with. I thought once you get to a certain point, I was like, okay, great, I won't have to stress as much anymore. I was a lie.
There was different things showing up. But I had all this stuff in my head still and I wasn't happy, I wasn't fulfilled. And I said, okay, if this is what it's about. I looked at my wife, I said, if this is how it is, I don't know if I want to continue because I'm like, this is not fulfilling to me. Yeah, I remember we had a tax bill come up and I had to pay I don't know how much it was.
And we were looking to buy a new house, and my wife's like, we don't have the down payment for the new house. We'll have it in two months. I said, we're doing very well. You'll see, in two months later, I have my down payment for the house. But it was one of those things where we could have done a lot of things, and I enjoyed that part.
But I do things more than just for money. I need to be fulfilled. And if I'm fulfilled with what I do, then I'm good. And it was coming to that point where I had to ask that question. So I got to this level now.
I had to ask a question of looking at, OK, is this how I want to continue my life? Or what really matters most to me? What do I care about and forget what anyone says. I don't care what chiropractor, what business person I was like, I used to read 80 to 120 books a year. Some of them are listening, some of them are reading.
And that's what I was told to do right here's. All this conditioning, this is the Matrix in many different ways. And I started off sending I said, Forget, I'm not listening to anything anymore. No podcast, no videos, no books. I'm not doing any of this.
I'm going to really just sit down. What is it that matters most to me? And what do I, as an entrepreneur, what problem is in the world that you want to create a solution for? Right, that's truly an entrepreneur? And I shifted my whole practice and I went to become a pediatric.
Chiropractor that was my main focus. And I wanted to help with women who are pregnant, teach them not to have fear, to know that they can do this naturally and beautifully, and they have all the stigmas behind it. And the bigger purpose was, if I can get this is my bigger goal out of vision, out of ball, I want people to go, I'm looking to have a child. But you know what? Before we do that, how about we get our health right, our body right, our brain right, and have our body be more adaptable to handle those things and so much more.
And then on top of that, then we can do that and have a kid and all those kinds of things. That was kind of looking at that problems of all the things that were going on there. And I slowly shifted my practice, literally fired a percentage of my business. I took a 40% hit that year. And we regrouped our practice and so forth.
And I always tell people, when you are living your truth and you're living being authentic to what you truly want to do. Things are just going to work out. And I didn't do any new marketing. I didn't do anything new in my business. I did two workshops which were towards the end of the six month period, and all of a sudden our practice went from 5% pediatrics in six months up to 50% pediatrics.
And it was just like the conversations were just starting to spark up. My child has this and this going on. It's kind of hard to help with this. I said, we can. I got to look into it.
The same thing I've always said, but for some reason it was the energy of where I was coming from or my vision, and again, training my Ras to pay attention to things more. All of a sudden there was a big game changer. And then from there, I was way more fulfilled. I was less stressed, and I started to work less. I think I was working 14 and a half hours in my office seeing patients per week, and I was very happy with that.
So I could do coaching and I can do other things that I love to do on top of that. So it's leading my life based on what I wanted to do. There's no rules and lifestyle the ones you create. I chose my life and what I was going to do and forget all the matrix, all the things that people tell me and all those stuff. Guys, if you're getting something out of this, be sure to do all the good social media nonsense that I absolutely hate and give us a thumbs up, a, like, whatever platform you're on.
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I don't know why. Now. Dr. Beck with a silly season upon us, people are looking ahead to next year, which is on the horizon. How do people make next year 2023 their very best year?
Great question. Start with a small increment of things. Don't do anything big. Focus on one thing, just one simple thing that you can do and commit to. Not 50%, not 70%, 100%.
And it doesn't have to be massively huge, just the simplest thing. Maybe waking up five minutes earlier. Maybe I'm going to read one book a month, or maybe I'm going to whatever that is. That you're looking at that you want to make a change in your life, just make it simple. Because what happens in the brain this is why New Year's night was at 92% of New Year's resolutions fail just before they even started, because you never changed this.
You never focused on their mind. And sometimes they're choosing stuff that is so polar opposite of what they're used to doing. Like, for example, if you want to make a million dollars a year, but you look at what you made last year and it was only 500, there's a huge gap there. It's what the brain does is that too big of a gap, it shuts down and it's just going to be like, overwhelmed. Can't do that.
And it's not the greatest adVictore, but it's the biggest adVictore that you can have, because big things happen in your life from the small little things. If you want to make a radical change in your life and do something absolutely astronomical a year from now, it's just one little thing, because I'll break you down the numbers really quick. Just to really make a huge point here. I always tell my clients, like, you got to change 1% a day. Just 1% a day.
Have growth just 1%. And I'm like, if you do that in one year, compound interest is powerful. You'll change. I think it's 37.6 times growth in one year. Now, I don't know who grows 37 six times in a year, but the point is, as long as you're making those incremental changes 1% a day, that's how big a change can be.
And then next year you add to that. Next year you add to that. Or every three months or six months when you master it. I got to thank you for that one, Doctor Victork, because guys heard it right here. Someone with much more education, much smarter man than me agrees.
Incremental growth, we preach it all the time on the fallible, man. That is the lifestyle we encourage. Incremental growth is how you build success and how you build onto your goals. Dr. Victork, can I really put you on the spot?
Will you go three pieces of adVictore for all my listeners so they can apply right now to start down a path towards their best life? Can we use the first one as that? Do you want me to add three more on top of what I just said? No, we can start with the first one. So the one I just shared, that's one, but I'll add three other ones on top of that.
So one of the things you want to I talked about the Ras system. I'll give you something you can start right now and look at your ras is all about your values, right? So it's what you value in your life, is what you're going to filter. If you want to change your life, change your values. And how you can do this so here's one thing you can do to understand what your values are at this moment, you have to be fairly honest with yourself.
Because if you really want to change your life, you got to do this. Pay attention to where you spend your time and where you spend your money. Because those are the two things that will always find time for what we value. And we'll always spend money on what we value. This is what we do.
So you want to be looking to take a reality check and look at what you've been spending your time with and your money with. And if you don't like where that is, start to change and put your energy somewhere else. Again, going back to that one little increment change to do that. So if it's like, let's say you catch your cell phone, man, I watch that every night at least an hour and a half. But you're upset because maybe the relationship isn't going well or maybe you're not in the physical health.
You want to go, okay, you know what simple, cut it down a half hour. Use that half hour to go work out. Start shifting your energy into the things. You got to be committed to that. So that's one thing that I would love to share there.
The second is to create massive change, especially in the new year. What's the vision of what you want to have in your life? Now, when I say vision, you can have a vision board. You can draw this out, you can write it out in a journal, you can whatever that is. But put something visually out there.
I have mine, my stuff that's really important to me on my computer. It's on my phone, so I can see it often. But I practice an art called visualization where it's basically just creating a movie in your mind. But you can do this. And when you set the tone for vision, you are telling again what the minds eye you have within that you're going to hold in your hand.
I always say what you see in the mind's eye, you're going to train your eyes what to see. And so you're going to start to use these other rules of the laws that are already helping you, right? Law of attraction is wonderful. Law of vibration, law of manifestation, these are all different laws that will help you're working with them to create that life of what it is you desire. But you got to envision that with them.
The third thing that you can do is start to interconnect with yourself. We do not connect with ourselves. We are the most connected society ever in civilization, but at the same time as human civilization, but we're the most disconnected we've ever been with our bodies and with our minds. And so simple practice is start to get into your feelings. Feel when something feels, don't think.
Thinking is okay. It's great. It's helped us evolve to where we are today in this world. But the real power is tapping into your feelings. So pay attention to how something makes you feel that's going to be someone you're with if you're going to go work out.
It's not like a feeling of like, well, I'm tired, so I don't want to do this because I don't feel like it. This is a different feeling. It's like something that makes you feel good. So one of the practice I do, I showed this with entrepreneurs, is that every day what I want you to do is you're going to focus on something that makes you feel really good for 20 seconds to a minute. And this is just a simple practice that you can do.
And you're just focusing on stuff that's going to raise your elevation. So if you want to feel like, let's say you've been struggling financially or your business is not getting where you want, the relationship isn't where it is, or your physical health isn't where it is, there was a point in your life where that was. There was a point where you did something and it created just that. So go back and just remember that feeling, not what happened, just that feeling. And if you can do that, you can change your vibration.
If you change your vibration, it takes time. Everything's incremental changes. If you can change your vibration, that is drastically going to change your life. And now what you've done is you're not forcing changes in your life to create something. You're actually going back and stepping into your power.
And when you step into your power now, you become easier of a magnet to attract it to you, whether you trying to force to go get it into your life. What is next for Dr. Victork? Menza? I keep saying your name.
I am so sorry, Doctor Victor. You're fine. It's bothered me at all. I want to ask what's next in my life, in my business or just in general? What's next for Dr.
Victork? So by the time this has already released, I'll be a father for six months. So it's just showing up and being the best freaking representation of what a male figure should be for my daughter, starting now, because zero to seven, I got seven years to have this hammered out as best as I can. So that's my family style thing, but for me, that's my big thing right now. I have business stuff and I have all these other visions like growing my coaching business and helping having retreats and all this stuff.
But that one is a big one. I know you have a daughter, so you can definitely relate to me. You have two of them. I have two. Wow.
Yeah. So this is my first child, so it's going to be very excited. And it's one of those things where it's going to be a fun journey. And I'm so looking forward to just I know she's going to open up my heart and break me down. She's going to be wrapped around her finger and all that good stuff.
I can already feel it like my wife is right now at this time of recording. She's 32 weeks pregnant, and it's finally hitting me. Now I'm going to have a there's going to be a little one around here. I'm like, oh, my goodness. All right, cool.
So that's just all the work I've been doing on myself and trying to be the best person I possibly can be. Now here's where I have to pay those dividends. I'm still going to continue being work in progress, but that's one of my big ones. That's not a bad focus to be your main focus, right? Children change your life incredibly.
I know a lot of people who are terrified, but, I mean, my daughters are ten and seven, and they absolutely changed me and my whole life radically. And it's been amazing. I love every second of it. Yeah, that's all I keep hearing from all my buddies, and I'm just like some people. Are you nervous?
No, I'm not nervous. I'm not worried about anything. I'm excited just to be and just soak that up and learn and watch them grow. And the beautiful thing is being a chiropractor, especially in pediatric chiropractor, it's like I get to help them neurologically, be the best version they can and watch, just keep them at the perfection of what they are. And so there's a lot going on with that because I did that for five years, six years, I felt pregnant.
Women, a lot of things with the medical world said disproved all that. My wife had an amazing pregnancy. I'm hoping one day she writes a book on that, because it's a word needs to get out there to educate other women that you can't morning sickness doesn't have to exist. Pains and discomfort and this and that. It doesn't have to be there.
There's a criteria you follow. And the same thing with kids when it comes to, oh, every year, infection, every number, one reason why I go to pediatrician or stuff like that. And it's just like, here now, I talked about it, I've done it for people that are outside my family circle, and now I'm going to do it for my family circle. And so it's just another level of gratitude and appreciation for me just to be a chiropractor and be able to have the knowledge and be able to do that. But I will say, as a lot of my friends say, and I've heard this so many times, even though I know this stuff, when you're a parent, it goes out the door.
So we'll see if that happens. Yeah, like I said, it's a radical shift in mindset. All the thought you knew, it was like, I was a youth minister before I had kids. Cool. I definitely had some ideas.
I also have seven nieces, so I've had some ideas about parenting, and some of those ideas have definitely been tested a lot of those ideas held pretty well, but some of those ideas have definitely been tested along the way. So it's an exciting moment in your life. So congratulations on that. I love the picture of your dog curled up with your wife on Instagram. Yes.
Was that the recent one? I think so. You said your comment was I think the dog is aware at this point. He absolutely do pick up on it. When she was first pregnant, he would be a little more attached to her.
And I was like, I'm like, Honey, he's picking up your vibes. Because dogs pick up on energy. You can't fool a dog. They pick up on all the energy. That's all the stuff.
I always say dogs are way more advanced than humans. How dare you say that? And I'm like, I can prove to you, just from an energetic standpoint, a dog, it knows you in, like, 3 seconds. Yeah. If my dog doesn't like you, you're not making it to the front door.
Yeah, it's just what it is. But now he's starting to cuddle the stomach and all this stuff. And I thought it was just cute because I wasn't here. I was in Florida this weekend, this last week when I was out. But she sent it to me.
I was like, I'm going to put this up there. And she's like she's literally kicking his paw right where his paw is. I was like, oh, that breaks my breaks my heart. It just makes my heart melt. So, Dr.
Victork, you have an amazing website. I'm going to add that in here. And guys, his website will be down in the comments and the show notes on all the platforms. But other than your website, is this the best place? Which is empoweryourreality.com.
That's my hub. Yeah, that's the best. Because you got right up there, you got all my socials right on top. I got a book on power visualization. It's like a three page book.
It's nothing too extravagant where I share how to utilize Visualization, but to back it up with science, I mean, I get into two studies that will mind blow you. When I talk about the observer effect and how mind can manipulate matter, I literally get in that one, aspects of the muscles of the body, and another one is the actual neurons in your brain from your brain adapts and literally just using the mind with that. So I got that. I got all my stuff, my books, podcasts, all that you can find down there. Okay?
And you are everywhere. I followed you over on Facebook and Instagram, and I know you're on Twitter and you're all over the place. So we will have all those links so people can find you and connect with you and learn more about what you're doing I'm very excited for your book that's coming out or by the time this era will be out. I think you're doing amazing things. It's very exciting for me to speak with you.
See people talk about vibrations and that kind of stuff on YouTube, right? But to actually connect with a doctor who is looking at this both from a holistic standpoint and a medical standpoint, and here you talk about more Holistic approach to healing the body and killing people, it's very exciting to me. I think it will be a huge benefit to my audience. I'm so grateful for you taking the time to be on the show and hang out with us. Thank you for being on the show, Doc.
Oh, no, man. This is a blast. Awesome. You're an awesome host. Love the questions, man.
And this is a joy to be on. So I greatly appreciate you having me. On, guys, as always, be better tomorrow because of what you do today and we'll see you on the next one. This has been the fellow man podcast, your home for everything, man husband and father. Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss a show.
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Business Mindset Coach, Certified Pediatric Chiropractor
Dr. Vic is a Business Mindset Coach, Certified Pediatric Chiropractor, 3x Author, Podcaster and Speaker. He is the author of 3 books, with the most recent one being, "Decoding The Matrix: Powerful Tips for Unleashing Your Potential and Accelerating Your Spiritual Awakening" Dr. Vic has helped 100s of entrepreneurs learn how to create their dream life and lead a fulfilled life effortlessly through sharing principles of living in the Quantum world.
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