What do all successful people have in common? Read more to see how you can become more successful in your practice and your life!
Technical expertise is usually not enough to keep a practice up and running. Chiropractic seminars are a great way to get inspired and learn techniques on how to implement and improve your practice. Nothing will challenge you and keep you growing like a chiropractic coach will.
During your lifetime you'll come across many contradictions. There's a movement toward health and wellness, but McDonald's still makes billions of dollars each year. People say they want to travel but end up working crazy hours to save up enough money for their dream vacation that will never happen.
When I began exploring success, way back when, one of the first books I ever read was Napoleon Hill’s all-time classic, “Think and Grow Rich.” It was a book that literally changed my life forever (still available on Amazon.com), for in it Napoleon Hill elaborated on “The Mastermind Principle,” a subject that I worked on understanding for many, many years.
I had a client who told me recently, “I know everything I need to know to become a successful chiropractor. I know my stuff. I know how to adjust and how to read x-rays. I know procedure and I have set policies. I go to seminars and get all charged up, then I get back to the office and I just can’t get it going.” I assured this client that far too many others felt the same way. Here are seven tips I gave him to help him get back on track toward the achievement of his goals.
If you have ever seen a flock of geese fly overhead, you know how difficult it is to tell who is leading whom. The geese move in swift syncopation as if they are all responding instantaneously to the same cues, tapped into an unseen force that directs and guides their movement as one. It is the same way with wild horses or a herd of buffalo.
Chiropractors, bless you all, seem to be engaged in the perpetual task of making your practices better, with better being defined as more new patients, larger monthly patient volume and, of course, increased income.Unfortunately, the entire culture of our profession appears to be focused on what is wrong with the practice, why it is not better.
We are often asked, “What’s in it for me?” by chiropractors across the country about our program and Tribal Gatherings.