top of page
lioness IMG_2563.jpg

Click here to train with Dr. Dolopo
Click here to ONLY watch Dr. Dolopo's videos

Updates made daily, so please check back EVERY DAY.


lioness black.jpg

There is no shortcut to success.

If you don't believe me, ask an Olympian.
I've treated 5 Olympians so far -
4 of them Gold Medalists.

members click here for book recommendations

books flat-books-icons-magazines-with-bo

Admiral William H. McRaven

Be a Leader

Members click here

Be Happy With Your Practice

Members click here

effective new-mindset-new-results-pictur

Members click here

Believe in Yourself

Bet On Yourself

The Biology of Belief

An's Business Secrets
Members click here

Business with Kevin O'Leary

Bu$ine$$ with Mark Cuban

Connecting with Your Patients
Members Click Here

Divide & conquer

Everybody wants to be a Beast

Fail your way to success


Have a Definite Chief Aim
Have a Burning Desire
for its

How to Prosper in Hard Times

How Your Mind Sabotages Your Success

The Importance of Content
Members click here

Increase your value businessman-hand-choose-cube-wooden-toy-block-with-business-strategy-p

Increase your value

Anna's INTEGRATION Technique

Members click here

Joe Rogan

Law of Attraction

Memory Brain Hack

Motivational Interviewing

performing five-star-feedback-concept-on

The Power of Your Thoughts
Members click here

"Time is always moving on; nothing can stop it. We can’t change, but we can shape the future. The more compassionate you are, the more you will find inner peace." 

-Dalai Lama

Money & Happiness

Setting Goals with Jim Rohn

The Strangest Secret

"It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat."

-Excerpt from THE MAN IN THE ARENA by Teddy Roosevelt

pay attention businessman-with-money-in-hand-us-dollar-investment-success-and-picture-id13

Under Promise
Over Deliver

Members click here

lioness black.jpg

Your mental attitude leaves an imprint in your office (and anywhere you go).


People can feel your energy the moment they walk into your healing center.


Be honest with yourself; what dominant energy do you leave your office.


Would people feel your laughter, kindness, love, compassion, and healing Qi?


Do you radiate positive or negative Qi?




Does your face say, “I am happy!” Do you say, “I am happy,” but the indentations on your face show years of sorrow, disappointment, gravity of life, anger and stress?


Look at yourself in the mirror and don’t see what you want to see. See what others will judge you on the MOMENT they look at you.


Self awareness is the most difficult thing for anyone on earth to be honest about.


Today: sit for a half hour and write your best attributes and your worst.


The moment you can sit and write your good and bad, you really start growing as a healer. The moment you say, “There’s nothing bad about me,” is the moment you deny your truth. Yin Yang exists EVERYWHERE. Understand your own personal dichotomy. Before you can work on your strengths, you must identify your weaknesses and honor every aspect of yourself. It takes years of self reflection to understand EVERY PART OF OURSELVES. If you demand your patients be honest with you, you must review and analyze who you are. Authenticity is thrown around so frivolously as a word. Authenticity is seeing the DARK along with the light. That is the definition of BEING TRUE TO YOURSELF. Now you can be true to your patients and REALLY LISTEN. Listening is not just sitting,  being quiet and opening your ears.


Your receptivity REQUIRES self awareness, so you can open your heart and mind to the person sitting there imploring you to heal them. 

Wang Deshun

bottom of page