Typically, chiropractors get out of school with little or no business training. They’ve never had to manage staff. They know nothing about marketing. To put it lightly, they have a lot to learn. The question is, how are they going to do that?
Most chiropractors will start to seek out help in the form of some sort of advice or instruction. But did you know that advice and instruction are NOT the same things? Did you know that one of them will help you grow and the other one will keep you from growing?
In the video below, I talk about the difference between advice and instruction, and I tell you which one is better. I also share a story of a chiropractor who has been in practice for over 40 years and the BIG mistake he made.
Practice Strength Test
I recently created a resource called “The Practice Strength Test.” It’s a pretty simple test, but the information you get from it will really help bring clarity to your practice. If you haven’t done it yet, I want to encourage you to take the test.
Would You Like To Work Together?
Growing a successful chiropractic practice is tough. Trying to grow it alone…that’s even tougher. If you would like some help growing your practice, no matter where you are at right now, I would like to help. Click here to see how.