chiropractic coaching

Suffering From Stress?

There are few things more satisfying than accomplishing your dreams, but for those of us operating our own chiropractic practices, that joy also comes with a lot of stress. If you find yourself overwhelmed by stress, you aren’t the only one — nearly 50% of practicing physicians suffer from burnout. Here we take a look at just a few reasons why chiropractors and medical professionals are feeling stressed.

Tips To Be More Mindful

If you want to create a more mindful professional experience in your chiropractic practice, you have to change your contributions to the situation and focus on what you can control rather than expend energy on the things you can’t Here are our tips for what you can do to bring more mindfulness to your workday.

Shining The Light Seminar

Shining The Light Seminar

Dr. Brett Axelrod and Dr. Rick Markson invite you to attend ChiroDestiny’s Shining The Light Seminar. Join us September 27-29, 2018 in Philadelphia, PA at The Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square. This will bring you clarity and freedom from the things that are holding you back!

Building A Trustworthy Brand

Building A Trustworthy Brand

Lary Myler, founder and CEO of By Monday, INC., wrote on Forbes.com that "it's a lot less expensive to keep a current customer than to acquire a new one.” In order to run a successful private practice, you've got to have patients, and one of the most important ways you can build strong relationships with your patients is through trust. Let's go over how your practice can establish trusting relationships with patients.

Advanced Healthcare Demonstration

Advanced Healthcare Demonstration

If you want to change things up this year, consider adding a healthcare demonstration to the mix!

A Candid Interview with Rick and Brett

Check out an interview with Rick and Brett on how to handle all things positive and negative for your practice!

Chiropractic Coaching Tips: How To Get The Outcome You Want

Chiropractic Coaching Tips: How To Get The Outcome You Want

Over the weekend while watching the U.S. Open I noticed something strange that happened to Dustin Johnson on the 18th hole right before he three putted from 12 feet to lose the U.S. Open. (it was heartbreaking to watch)