Brad Glowaki, D.C.

Creating Abundance

Creating Abundance
Through “The Art of the Close”

Brad Glowaki, DC


TCL is pleased to honor Dr. Glowaki for his contributions in educating chiropractors to engage their patients. Without his work, there are legions of chiropractors who might have continued to live in scarcity, believing there aren’t enough patients to go around. Nothing could be further from the truth for docs who are focused on communicating the message of chiropractic’s benefits to the masses. Dr. Glowaki works with Fortune 500 companies, Olympic and professional athletes and is changing the world through his “Art of the Close” communication training, Corporate Skeleton Key workplace health promotion programs, and involvement in the Talk the TIC public lay lecture competition. Thanks to Glowaki’s tireless work in speaking to chiropractors and creating products and programs they can use right away, he has conferred his own ability to be in a highly successful high volume practice to countless other chiropractors.

TCL: For which professional achievements will you most want to be acknowledged?

Glowaki: I was honored to be the Parker Seminars 2012 Chiropractor of the Year. I was named the CLA International Ambassador of the Year for chiropractic in 2010. And, I from among 12,000 Chiropractors, I was recognized by the CCA as the 2008 Doctor of the Year in California.

TCL: What project(s) are you working on now that you are most excited about and would like more people to know about?

Glowaki: I’m very excited about the Art of the Close workshop and teaching docs the correct way to move people from Awareness to Action doing corporate talks. I’m also excited about teaching chiropractors ten-minute Wellness talks, the chiropractic profession’s version of a TED talk (called a “Well-Ten Talk”), which is taught in a live setting over two days. We are making effective communicators out of docs every month!

TCL: What else would you like to share with our readers?

Glowaki: I’m in practice every week and have a number of professional and Olympic athletes that bring their CHILDREN in to see me for care, as well as getting care for themselves! As a scholarship athlete in college for lacrosse, I was an All-American and recently inducted into the hall of fame for my athletic achievements twenty-five years ago.

TCL readers who would like to learn more about Dr. Glowaki’s ten-minute Well-Ten Talks in his “Art of the Close” program, may view his video (including some impressive testimonials from some pretty impressive chiropractic leaders at https://youtu.be/4SGmiqdolog.

 

View a video of Dr. Glowaki’s outlook for 2016:

To hear a podcast of Dr. Glowaki discussing his work, please visit http://circleofdocs.com/002-dr-brad-glowaki-on-the-circle-of-docs-podcast/.

Readers who would like to learn more, may visit his websites at http://www.npmaoc.com or http://www.newpatientmaven.com or contact him by phone at (562) 596-4csk.

 

 

 

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