Chances are, you practice alone.
Most D.C.s do.
…and when I say “alone”, I mean that you are the only doctor in the office.
Heck, even if you practice with other docs, this applies.
Why? Because we are all “alone”.
We all run our practices out of our own heads.
We all carry with us, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, that list of things the we either want to do or have to do.
Sure, we can share what’s IN our minds with our spouse, significant other, or close friends and family.
But what I have found is that not only does it not help, it makes things worse.
The MOMENT you share what’s important to you, what keeps you busy, or what is causing you stress, you lose some of your power.
You are, in essence, inviting judgment, opinions, and reactions…and rarely are they productive. It’s wearing.
As a matter of fact, it make things worse.
Because you end up questioning yourself and take less action, not more.
And taking action is E V E R Y T H I N G.
Shoot, some of you took weeks, months, or maybe even years to join ChiroTrust.
A very small decision, by the way.
But it is what it is.
The Committee is a way out.
The Committee assures that you ARE understood.
That you are not alone.
That you are not weird.
And it’s The Committee’s structure that fosters
Momentum, Confidence, and most importantly
Practicing alone is fun. You just don’t want to feel alone.
Now, thanks to The Committee, I too am not alone!
I am understood. So thank you.