Training and Accountability

It is simply not good enough to hire a “nice’ person, who shows up every day, does his or her job fairly well, then goes home and starts all over again the next day. Rather, the idea is to hire right, terminate quickly if a mistake has been made, and spend an extraordinary amount of time in two areas -- Training and Accountability.

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SEVEN TIPS TO SUCCESSFUL CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE

I had a client who told me recently, “I know everything I need to know to become a successful chiropractor. I know my stuff. I know how to adjust and how to read x-rays. I know procedure and I have set policies. I go to seminars and get all charged up, then I get back to the office and I just can’t get it going.” I assured this client that far too many others felt the same way. Here are seven tips I gave him to help him get back on track toward the achievement of his goals.

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3 Ways to Achieve a High Volume Practice

As I travel across the country, meeting chiropractors, I’m beginning to get a sneaking suspicion. I think most docs are beginning to think that “high volume” practices are a thing of the past. Well, I’m here to tell you that they are dead wrong.

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Moving as One

If you have ever seen a flock of geese fly overhead, you know how difficult it is to tell who is leading whom. The geese move in swift syncopation as if they are all responding instantaneously to the same cues, tapped into an unseen force that directs and guides their movement as one. It is the same way with wild horses or a herd of buffalo.

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How to Make Your Chiropractic Practice More Profitable

So, other than raise you fees or increase your volume, both of which often hit walls of comfort or reality, how do you make more money honestly and ethically.  A good question, especially, because in my opinion at least, most DC’s do not earn, as a result of the fabulous work they do, what I consider to be a professional living.  

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Journalling With Purpose

A journal can play many roles. It can be a confidant, a vehicle of self-expression, a tool that dreams. A journal can also be a powerful source of comfort during challenging or traumatic periods. When you record those insights and incidents that clearly demonstrate you are on the right track, you can return to your words days, weeks, or months later and find uniquely soothing reassurance. A journal with a specific purpose can be a good tool for keeping track of experiences before the passage of time can skew your perception of events.

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From Problem Solving to Vision-Creating

Chiropractors, bless you all, seem to be engaged in the perpetual task of making your practices better, with better being defined as more new patients, larger monthly patient volume and, of course, increased income.Unfortunately, the entire culture of our profession appears to be focused on what is wrong with the practice, why it is not better.

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Chiropractors Ask: What’s in it for me?

We are often asked, “What’s in it for me?” by chiropractors across the country about our program and Tribal Gatherings.

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Total Team Technology – The New Chiropractic Delivery System

Please take the time to view this informative video about The Markson Connection’s updated and modern Chiropractic Delivery System called Total Team Technology™ designed to bring health and wellness to humanity.

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