Success in A Different Way.

By | April 13, 2016

My client was diagnosed by his doctor with “Swimmers Ear”. We tried a number of approaches with no effect.

I suggested he go to a different doctor and get a second opinion. I told him that most likely we do not have a good diagnosis. He took my advice and was treated successfully by the new doctor.

The problem? The first doctor removed excess ear wax and in the procedure punctured the clients ear drum. The client had to go thru surgery and an extended recovery to heal. The first doctor kept telling him that he had “Swimmers Ear”.

In this case Spooky knew the truth. What did we learn? If it does not work it isn’t always Spookys fault, your assumptions may be at fault, go back and get a better diagnosis.


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