Someone recently showed me a picture of a $5 million dollar house and said "I’d hate to have the kind of money to get that. Too much cash makes you weird and screws your head up." She proceeded to give examples of very weird behavior from millionaires and billionaires she knew of.
This is an example of a belief system that will certainly repel wealth: the fear that money will turn you from a normal, nice chiropractor, into an insecure, bizarre chiropractor.
There are several fallacies that this type of thinking is based on. For one, there are a ton of very strange acting and abrasive people who aren’t wealthy at all. If someone in a fast food line is nasty and complaining, you could assume it’s because he’s too accustomed to being waited on from being rich. Or you could assume he’s sick or his low paying job and taking it out on the cashier. Or you could assume he’s just a jerk.
It’s a common human tendency to over-estimate our ability to link causes and effects in people’s behavior. To maximize your potential for chiropractic wealth, give rich people the benefit of the doubt as much as you can.