As you know, many Chiropractors suffer from “New Shiny Object” disease.
…Anything new or that claims to be new catches their attention and creates the hope that IT will be the game changer for them.
And that’s fine.
But here’s where it can be damaging…
When it keeps you from continuing to do what is already working.
When you replace instead of add.
So continue to learn and expand by adding but not necessarily replacing.
But while you are at it, continue to keep your eye on the ball regarding the things that are already working for you. (Assuming that your definition of “working” is accurate.)
Too many D.C.s stop what’s working and start and keep what is not.
It’s because their definition of what works or what doesn’t is flawed.
That’s where “accurate thinking” comes in and why I host the Mon.-Thur. Strategy Session Calls.
It all starts with accurate thinking.
Once you understand and experience how to think accurately, finishing becomes automatic.