How to Embrace Your Fear and Make Changes in Your Practice

How often do you let fear guide what you do?

Most people focus on what they don't want or what they are afraid of rather than a concrete goal of what they do want.

"I'm afraid my idea won't work and I will end up worse off than before."

What’s wrong with these kind of thoughts?

Focusing on your fears rather than your goals will allow your fear to feed on itself. You will lose motivation to make changes, and eventually your willpower will be controlled by your fears.

What can you do to change this?

If you focus on changing your state of mind you can create a goal that your fear won't stop you from achieving. Once you set your goal, you need to map out the steps needed to achieve it. For example, if you want to get more new patients to your practice you need to start by creating the process to attract more new patients.

Will you focus more efforts on marketing? Or maybe you will reach out to your current patients for referrals? Will you seek out a chiropractic coach? Will you attend a seminar or a webinar that focuses on attracting new patients?

Whatever the process looks like, it is important that you focus on taking the steps to make it happen. Don't let the inevitable, day-to-day activities get in the way of your overall goals for your practice. If you feel overwhelmed by the day-to-day and you'd like tactics and tips to get refocused, please join us June 11-13th in Colorado for The Fundamentals of Focus.