Chiropractors are an itchy bunch.
Many can’t settle down or settle. They need to be stimulated…even
if the stimulation isn’t particularly productive.
Don’t be that D.C..
Listen, I read a lot. I get paid to make your life easier but unless you
embrace the moment and not get too worked up when you don’t know what to do next, when you feel stressed, and when you don’t see the fruits of your labor, then you’ll just find yourself adding complexity to your practice which will make things worse for you down the line.
Patience my friend.
I get it. It’s my nature to be that way myself.
Take these moments to slow down and breathe.
You can’t force a practice to grow.
You feed it and it grows on its own, a long as you put patients first,
as long as you stay in constant content with them via snail mail and email, and as long as you ALWAYS live below your means (even multimillionaires mess this up and go broke).
You, things, your practice will all be okay.
Actually, it’ll be better than okay.
But it all starts with you.
The more “chill” you are, the more pleasurable the process.
This creates “luck”.
More people and patients will have faith in you.
So, be okay with not always knowing, needing, or consuming something “new”.
“New” is not always better.