“Didn’t you start up another Facebook page in the past few months that you talk about longevity and give tips on? If so, what’s it called? Speaking of longevity, I am trying to quit eating sugar. I hate the word “trying” so I’ll rephrase that. I want to give up eating sugar and sweets. I feel like I’m addicted to that crap – any suggestions?”
“Not sure who I should send this to, but I have a question about CT Espanol. I’m a brand new member. In the video link that was sent, it says to post to Espanol Facebook page. Are the members creating a whole separate Espanol Facebook page or using their same biz page?”
“Today’s Q&A really hit home for me. You mentioned to Will that he may be selling himself short by being too optimistic with his patients by treating them once and releasing them. I realized while listening, I’ve been doing this myself. I average 20 new patients a month and see 120 visits per week. Collections average $21k/ month. It would be life changing to collect $30k/ month which could easily be done if I could increase my visit average to 170. Based on your advice, I am going to encourage at least a minimum initial treatment plan (2-3 visits) and slow down in my delivery process. I’ll keep you posted on my journey to 170.”
Hey doc, Ben out to Donna. Um, let’s see what came in yesterday. We had three questions, three members, good people. I recognize you all. First. One’s from Dr. Eric, are, you said didn’t you start up another Facebook page in the last didn’t you start up another Facebook page in the past few months that you talk about longevity and give tips on if so, what what’s it called? I don’t remember. Eric. I’ll have to email it to you. I haven’t done anything to it. It was more of a and giggle, uh, thing, but, um, yeah, I, I didn’t put my energy into that. Speaking of longevity as are continues here, I am trying to quit eating sugar. I hate the word trying. So I’ll rephrase that. I want to give up eating sugar and sweets. I feel like I’m addicted to that crap. Any suggestions?
Um, well, uh, maybe start with reducing carbs. Uh, maybe not the obvious sugar ones, but maybe the more, um, like rice or potatoes or anything. That’s not sweet, but still carbs. So you’re still, uh, going in the right direction. And then I would, uh, I would, uh, start doing intermittent fasting and then maybe when you’re, if you eat sugar, um, let’s just say, for example, Eric, you eat sugar at night after dinner, like dessert type of thing, right? Well maybe, uh, for your first meal during lunch and maybe dinner also, if this, if you can handle it health-wise is go Quito. So that way maybe by the time you’re quench, you know, uh, you feel like having sugar, you may not feel like having sugar anymore. Cause when you’re not eating sugar, you’re not eating, you’re eating more Quito. Uh, cause usually sugar is not as a processed.
It’s a processed ingestible, unless it’s like a drill, even orange juice is processed. Right? So, um, yeah. So anything that’s real food, try to keep your glycemic index down and then try not to eat breakfast. And then also I find that when I exercise, I don’t, um, and I maybe it’s psychological, maybe it’s cause I am depleting myself a glycogen or something. If you exercise every day, especially if you do resistance training heavier you, I don’t, I think that’ll help you, uh, not have the cravings. You also might want to download the app. Viome V I V I O M E and then have your, your feces, believe it or not submit a stool sample and see what, what your superfoods are and what foods you need to stay away from. Because typically if you’re craving, um, sugar, it’s really your microbiome that’s created is craving the sugar. Not it’s, it’s not just you like looking for another, uh, dopamine, you know, response there’s type of thing. So it might be more gut related than anything else that may not have anything to do with your ability to, to stop. Um, so, you know, discipline wise. So that’s a couple of things. And then Google that question. How do I, how do I get off of sugar? I’m sure there’s
Smarter people than I, that I’ll have better tips. I hope that helps. Next question is from Ben. Hey Ben, not sure who I should send this to, but I have a question about Kartra Espanol. I am a brand new member in the video link that was sent. It says to post to Espanol Facebook page. Are the members creating a whole separate Hispaniola Facebook page? Yes. Or using their same business page now a different one, Spanish, a different one needed any help. Let us know brother. All right. Different one. All right. That’s your answer to the only question you asked. All right. You have plenty more information. You have any other questions, Ben? Reply back. Okay. I’ll hit you up to, uh, on Monday when I get back to work. All right. Last question from Dr. Bob. Hey Bob, today’s Q and a really hit home for me.
You mentioned to will that he may be selling himself short by being too optimistic with his patients, by treating them once and releasing them. I realized while listening, I’ve been doing this myself, I average 20 new patients a month and see 120 visits a week. Um, that’s not terrible by the way, Bob collections average 21,000 a month, it would be life-changing to collect 30. Well, I’d like to know what your overhead is. It would be life-changing to collect 30 a month, which could easily be done. If I could increase my visit average to one 70, I would not increase your visit average. I would don’t do that. Bob, what you’re doing is right, you had increased your, uh, I need to know more, but I need to know what your overhead is. Not counting your salary, not counting your salary, not counting your salary. Uh, so I need to know what your monthly expenses come back with that.
I want to know what you’re doing and not doing Cairo trust wise. So I don’t think the solution is increase, uh, visit averages. Cause I think your ratios are good. As far as your collections and new ones and visits. I think you just need to get maybe 10 more visits, 10 more new patients a month. That’ll bring you to your goal. That’s the solution. 10 more new ones, not changing the product or experience because it’s working for you. You don’t have a product. You don’t have a, you don’t have a treatment recommendation problem. Bob, you just are not most likely doing the right things or not spending enough or not doing enough, uh, in terms of communication to your list or to your retargeting or to your cold market, using all the content that we provide you. So, uh, yeah, definitely a hundred percent Bob for you based on your stats.
Thank you for supplying those to me. You do not. You should not change your recommendations. It’s working. You’re in the sweet spot. I’ll continue based on your question. Sorry. Based on your advice, I am going to encourage at least a minimum initial treatment plan of two to three visits and then slow down on my delivery process. I’ll keep you posted on my journey to one 70. Okay. Uh, you said, um, I am encouraged to at least a minimum initial treatment plan of two to three visits. Well, what’s your initial treatment plan out one visit because like you’re getting a decent amount of new ones for what you’re collecting, but I trust your judgment because you’re obviously not over-treating Bob, not by
A long shot. I trust your judgment. You sound very level-headed and emotionally stable. But if you have more questions or if I confused you or if I need clarification or you want to share more information with me, let’s not stop this communication back and forth Bob, until you hit that 30 K. Okay. Which I think if you do things right, you should get there in six months or less. All right. Thanks Bob. Thanks everybody. I’ll be back Monday and have a great evening. Bye.