In your town and community, are you known? Not by your patients but by those who go, do, and shop where you do? Or do you stay quiet and not speak unless spoken to? If you ever visit me in Danville or Carmel, you may be shocked by how many people know me. I enjoy… Read More »
Starting a practice is like being in a start-up band and going on the road… you gotta do everything: Set Up Perform Clean Up/Break Down But the sign that you are becoming better and more in demand is when YOU can do LESS. How do you know when you hit it big? When you just… Read More »
Writing things down is crucial for getting things done. It’s the first step to “make it up and make it real.” The trick is to rarely have anything “on your mind.” Writing things down prevents forgetfulness and it begins the process of materializing thought. So, if you want to accomplish more, start with (and stick… Read More »
It’s not complicated. A practice mirrors the mind of its owner and you can’t grow a practice: while worrying without working with skepticism A patient’s health is no different. Successful and Healthy people are proactive, positive, and position themselves to win. They work at it day in and day out. Most people and practitioners would… Read More »
Some people feel way better when they are organized. I do not. Organization makes me nervous. A mentor once said, “Success is a messy kitchen.” Ultimately, a business must make a profit. So if you have to make a mess to make a profit, so be it. You can “organize” later.