Do you commit to every pitch!
LIVING THE ELITE LIFESTYLE | DR. JUDD NOGRADY
In baseball, each team has 25 players. Only 9 players are on the field at a given time. Each position has one or two back up players, except one: the pitcher, which is the person who throws the ball. The pitching position has 6 different people that alternate and share the work. The starter is the pitcher that starts the game; he usually throws about 120 pitches before he is relieved by another “fresh” pitcher.
After the starter throws his 120 pitches, he normally gets 3 to 5 days off. The baseball teams play roughly 160 games per season and the starting pitcher plays a partial game in about 30 to 35 of these games. I really like this job as pitcher- it’s almost as good as Chiropractic! The starting pitcher pitches about 3600 pitches per season, with many professional pitchers throwing many less. So what kind of pay do you earn for playing 30 games per year? Well on average, good starters make about $20 million a season or $650,000 per game. Every time the pitcher throws the ball, he is paid roughly $6,500. Let’s go through that again.
$6,500 per pitch at 120 pitches per game is $780,000. Multiply that by 30 games and you get $23 million, give or take. This number changes from pitcher to pitcher and these are just general guidelines.
When a top coach of pitchers was asked, “What is one of the most important characteristics of an awesome pitcher,” he answered “mental attitude”. Mental attitude guides how a player responds to coaching. Mental attitude insures a good workout routine. Good mental attitude feeds the desire to win! The greats have the mental attitude to commit to every pitch.
Do you have the mental attitude to commit to every adjustment? A pitch is just chucking a ball; an adjustment can change a life. Do you have the mental attitude to serve at your highest ability? Will you follow through? We will provide the information needed to run a very successful, highly profitable office – will you commit to making the change!