Often we don’t have to reinvent the wheel to learn something new – we can just ask experts in the field who can draw on their experience to enlighten us. Below, we’ve shared insights insiders from various industries have shared with us.

Heather Usher | Hairstylist & Entrepreneur

It’s a lot more work than you think . When I graduated a simple before and after picture was perfect but now it takes more editing and photography skills to really show your skill and talent. Read more>>

Ryan Crandall | Chiropractic Doctor

A lot people believe that chiropractic is just about “cracking” and “popping” joints to get relief, but there’s much more to it! First of all, chiropractors don’t “move” bones with adjustments. The adjustment just provides movement into a segment that isn’t moving like it should. Every joint in the body should have “joint play”, or a spring to it. When that movement is lost, or spring, is lost we can provide movement with an adjustment. In order to make things “stick” there has to be specific rehabilitation to the muscles surrounding that joint to help solidify the adjustment and make lasting changes. We are all about making neurological changes that will last and improve each patients function. Not every treatment plan looks the same, and not every patient needs to be adjustment. Some are moving too much and need to be stabilized more. In the office we use several different modalities outside of adjustments to provide patients with the relief they need! Read more>>

James Nwobu | Brand Developer, Strategist & Creative Director

For a lot of business people, entrepreneurs or otherwise, the fact often gets lost that business exists to help people more than it does to make money. At the end of the day, the ones that truly support people over profit, are the ones that inevitably end up with the most profit, especially over the long run. Read any of the greatest marketing, business, leadership, etc books and they’ll say the same thing. But for whatever reason, as business people get into the thick of it, they often forget not only who they are, but who they’re talking to; and thereby, how to talk to them. Much of the work I do now helps people do just that, especially where there’s a visual component involved. Read more>>