I have a very powerful (and simple) chiropractic success tip. Here it is…the more people in your area who know you and trust you the easier your growth will become.
One of the hardest situations for any chiropractor is to be in a community where they don’t know anyone…where they don’t have any advocates. Many chiropractors find themselves in that exact situation when they first start their practice. If that’s you, the important thing is that you don’t stay there.
Unfortunately, many chiropractors stay stuck in that situation much longer than they should. For a variety of reasons, chiropractors can go years without ever really building relationships with other professionals or business owners in their area. That’s a shame.
Yes, I know that starting and building relationships is hard…both personally and professionally. But trying to grow your chiropractic practice without relationships…that’s MUCH harder in the long run.
That’s why I’m such a huge advocate of networking. It’s such a powerful business asset that every chiropractor should be doing networking to some extent or another.
But that brings up a very common question. Where should chiropractors start when networking? Not everyone professional or business owner is a potential networking partner. I get that.
In the video below, I talk about where chiropractors should start with networking. I tell you about two groups on which you should focus your attention. This will help you focus your networking energy and get your relationship-building efforts heading in the right direction. Watch it now.
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