3/30: Dr. Ratkovic @Charter Oak High School

Throughout the year, Euclid Chiropractic is invited speak in our surrounding community and schools to promote health.

Today, Dr. Ratkovic speaks to Charter Oak High School Students looking into a healthcare career.

Our goal is to prepare the students with the necessary attitude and characteristics to withstand the rigor of schooling required to become a healthcare professional.

Title of this talk: The right mindset to simplify your learning years and your profession.

Here are the videos associated with Dr. Ratkovic’s talk today:

The Adjustment demonstrated:

The Loud Pops during the Adjustment

Then Dr. Ratkovic will breakdown this video to help create the right attitude:

Human Interaction

Being the MILLENNIAL generation of youngsters, the society (older people) feel you have forgotten how to be social (like your grandparents).  For example, you don’t look people in the eye, you avoid human interaction like talk, and would rather text instead…I disagree.  YOU just do it differently that older people don’t understand.

0-1:18:  How to build trust and stay passionate in your vocation.  In any business, especially healthcare you need to have your patients trust you.  They need to trust your prediction of better health is the accurate.

How to know if you can be trusted?  Visit with an old aunt/uncle, grandparent; even a nursing home.  If you feel comfortable talking with them, and them with you, then its a good start.

3:49-7:05: When looking to work in healthcare or any business, distrust can happen.  A financially successful business, when not there for the patient/client, can be unfulfilling to a person.  Generation gaps: Greatest Generation (born early 1900s), Great Depression, 1950s, Hippie movement, 1970s, cults, 1980s (computers), 1990s (dot.com); better economy/wealth with less sense of purpose.

7:05-8:18: Technology: good for information, speed; bad for relationships/trust.

10:37-End:  Don’t forget “hand shake” interaction.

And for laughs:

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