How to use The Chiropractic Answer Book as a Lecture Guide for groups of patients, Kiwanis, Rotary, etc.

  Before attending the lecture, choose several questions and answers from the book you'd like to cover depending on the focus of your practice and the time allotted for your lecture.

  With post-it-notes, mark the pages you've chosen for easy reference while conducting the lecture. You can label the post-it-notes 1, 2, 3, etc., so that you can move through your lecture without a lot of effort in finding the pages you want in the sequence you want them.

  At start say something like this: "I'm here to bring you basic information about chiropractic which has become an increasingly popular health care method, with more than 60,000 licensed chiropractic doctors in the United States alone and more throughout the world."

  Hold "Answer Book" up for all to see, then say: "I'll use this 'Chiropractic Answer Book' as a guide. It explains in everyday language how chiropractic gets sick people well. In a minute I'll give you your personal copy."

  Then read aloud from the back cover of "The Answer Book."

  Now pass a copy of "The Answer Book" to each person. Be sure your name, address, and phone appear on the back cover.

  Say this: "This book is yours to keep, but right now let's refer to it together."

  At this point, refer to the first page marked by your post-it-notes and say, "Please turn to page 5 (or whatever page)" and you read from that page. NOTE: Your reading aloud while your audience follows in their own book, presents a powerful message.

  Then follow the same procedure on those pages you marked with post-it-notes. Encourage audience to follow along in their own book.

  Depending on available time, ask for questions and suggest audience read the entire book as soon as they can, then pass it on to a friend who may need chiropractic care.

 

OF COURSE, THESE ARE ONLY SUGGESTIONS AND EACH DOCTOR MUST FOLLOW HER OR HIS OWN DESIRES.

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