Stress, burnout, and fatigue are all major set-backs that many entrepreneurs face, including those that manage their own chiropractic practice. One way to combat these energy-sucking feelings is through meditation. You’ve certainly heard of meditation before, but what exactly is it?
One of the most challenging aspects of owning and operating your own chiropractic practice is that the buck stops with you. There are so many wonderful things about owning your own practice, but this particular factor frustrates many chiropractors we work with and often leads to burnout. Here are our tips to avoid burnout and keep your practice moving in the right direction!
Effective leadership and communication is essential to any business, but for a small chiropractic practice, it requires knowing how to communicate with all levels of the practice from employees to patients. Each group may require a slightly different communication and leadership style. It’s up to you to be able to adapt based on the group you are communicating with. Here are our tips.
Halloween is finally here! While this holiday is full of fun activities like trick-or-treating, costume parties, and carving pumpkins, it got us thinking about something so many people are afraid of: failure. As a leader of your chiropractic practice, the last think you want to do is fail. Your patients and employees rely on you. So how can you avoid failure? One way to do this is to go from being a good boss to a great boss. As a boss in the “good category, a lot of things are already being done correctly, but we all have room for improvement. Here are our tips.
As entrepreneurs, we face many common fears whether it’s worrying if we will be one of the typical small businesses that closes less than five years after opening, or struggling to reach profitability. Even the most seasoned veteran has these same worries, but it can be particularly challenging to new entrepreneurs. Despite all the stress that comes with opening your own practice, building confidence can happen!
Picture this: you've accomplished your goal of operating your own practice. Business is good, you've been working hard at improving yourself, your patients are happy, and so are your employees. Everything seems to be going great, and then you hit a road bump. Rather than analyze the problem for what it is and brainstorm on new solutions, you revert to what you already know. Why? Because you just don't have the time to reflect on the possibilities of what could work. You need a solution, and you need it now. Here are three signs it might be time to think outside the box and stop sabotaging yourself.