If you've previously had to find a new member of your team, you know the hiring process can be grueling. It can take months to find the right fit, both for the position and your company's culture. So, as an owner and hiring manager, what qualities should you look for in a candidate to be sure you aren't setting yourself up for failure? Check out our tips to learn more about the negative impact of a bad hire, and the positive qualities to look for in a candidate.
So, other than raise you fees or increase your volume, both of which often hit walls of comfort or reality, how do you make more money honestly and ethically. A good question, especially, because in my opinion at least, most DC’s do not earn, as a result of the fabulous work they do, what I consider to be a professional living.
A journal can play many roles. It can be a confidant, a vehicle of self-expression, a tool that dreams. A journal can also be a powerful source of comfort during challenging or traumatic periods. When you record those insights and incidents that clearly demonstrate you are on the right track, you can return to your words days, weeks, or months later and find uniquely soothing reassurance. A journal with a specific purpose can be a good tool for keeping track of experiences before the passage of time can skew your perception of events.
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.
One of the biggest challenges that I see as a coach is that many chiropractors have the, “I’ll believe it when I see it” mentality. When they hear of another doc seeing huge patient volume, their reaction is incredulous…”I don’t believe it. You can’t give good care in that amount of time…it’s impossible.”
Well, here are two tips to help you get past your doubts: