29 Jun How did the 2012 Miss North Ontario Made $300,000 During 2020 COVID Pandemic?
Posted at 13:10h in News
From the moment I saw NAO student, Nichelle Thomson (2012 Miss North Ontario) at the York University Heights campus of National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada) I knew she is someone special. She had an aura of intelligence around her and I knew she was destined for greatness.
I was right! A year after graduating from NAO she made about $300,000 in gross income as a manual osteopath! Last week she told me that in 2020 even after 3 months of lockdown she had the same income!
I am so proud of her. While NAO graduates make $150,000 per year on average (which is $60,000 more than what other manual osteopaths make in Canada), Nichelle is making double the average! I have no doubt that in time she will make over $500,000 to join the NAO Osteopathy Million Dollar Club.
NAO graduates successful manual osteopaths because I teach DOMP students everything I know about business in 250 business lectures. NAO is now the largest school of osteopathy in the world. Most manual osteopaths in Canada, US and many other countries are NAO alumni. And all manual osteopaths of the 347 clinics of the Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada located in 33 countries are NAO alumni.
Dr. Shawn Pourgol, MBA, DC, DO, PhD