As the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners and the Texas Chiropractic Association appeal a decision that could take away a Texas Chiropractor’s right to diagnose (http://www.tbce.state.tx.us/ ), I become increasingly certain that every Chiropractor should simplify his or her practice.
What does this mean?
- Living well below your means
- Narrowing your focus
- Lowering your overhead
- Increasing your reputation and community relevance
- Taking advantage of all ChiroTrust Member Benefits and Services…especially since doing so increases not decreases your practice profits and simplicity. (Note: ChiroTrust membership fee includes everything. Nothing else to buy from “it”. When we add to ChiroTrust, we don’t charge more for it. We simply continue to innovate for you.)
If you do so, you will make and keep more money than you are now.
So if you practice in Texas, for now, R E L A X.
ChiroTrust will do whatever it can to help and I’m confident that it’s going to be okay.
I personally will be flying down there to present a check either to TBCE or the TCA.
I will also be creating a funnel so that Chiropractors all over the world can donate to protect Chiropractic and Chiropractors in Texas.
Regarding your practice…
NOW would be the best time for all of you to go into the ChiroTrust Vault and READ, LISTEN, SIMPLIFY, AND…