Dr. Jeff Moore // #LeadershipThursday // www.ptonice.com
In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, ICE CEO Jeff Moore discusses the idea of letting an audience grow around the passion you have for a particular area of practice versus continually trying to change your approach in the clinic or with marketing to attempt to reach an infinite number of potential audiences. Take a listen to today's episode.
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00:00 DR. JEFF MOORE, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Alright team what's up? Happy Thursday, happy Leadership Thursday. Welcome back to the PT on ICE. Wherever you're taking this show in thank you so much whether it is here live on Instagram or YouTube or whether it's on the recording we love having you all with us. It's Leadership Thursday but if it's Leadership Thursday it's Gut Check Thursday. So let's talk about the workout. It is a doozy. So it is the last workout in the I Got Your Six. The Warrior Water. Friends over at Warrior Water have their virtual competition going on so our Gut Check Thursday has been mirroring that. So we've been loving the videos of all of you in groups of two nailing these workouts. This is the last one so it's going to be it's gonna have a time cap of I think it was 23 minutes in teams of two and you've got to do 10. So athlete one will do 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 box jumps. Only one athlete working at a time. Athlete two has to bang out 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 double unders. Then you both accumulate only one athlete working at a time a hundred deadlifts, 225, 155. Then you switch athlete rolls to finish up the box jumps and the double unders. So if you want to see that workout I know it's a bit more complex. It's over on the Ice Physio Instagram as always and please if you do it throw a hyperlapse on there. Grab a pic. Ice Train. Ice Physio. We love seeing that stuff pour in on Instagram. So cheers to Warrior Water. Hope the virtual competition went awesome. I hope that you were able to as always raise some funds for for veterans who are being helped by getting that fitness and nutrition stimulus as opposed to maybe more aggressive medications to help out with all things psychologically and quality of life. So cheers to the Warrior WAD crew. If you aren't following them get on that they're doing great things. Okay team let's jump in. So Gandhi once said that happiness is when what you think say and do are all in harmony. When what you think say and do are all in harmony. When what you're thinking is what comes out of your mouth. When what you say is backed up by action that proves that you believed in what you said. When all of these axes are in perfect alignment that is when you are truly profoundly at peace happy. Now in today's society it's hard to get that right in some level we are always trying to adapt to our environment. It's really hard. You come off as a bit of an oddball. If you had those perfectly executed all the time it'd be really challenging to fit in. So there's some level of kind of massaging those or working with malalignment which is probably why there's some level of disharmony in most people. Right you can't have this perfect pure energy flow between what you think say and do and still be functional in modern society. But the closer you can get to that undeniably the better because we are at our best. We are our most energetic. We are our most uniquely valuable. When we are sharing, when we are doing, when we are serving what we absolutely must. Right when those things are all in perfect