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Dr. FJ, Productivity, Video -

I want to go over the number one productivity strategy I used and it has been a game-changer for me. I had a friend that I was working with that was going to an Elite Military Training and wanted to know what he could do. I told him this tip, this strategy and he later said that it was amazing. It made the difference for him and made everything else so much easier because he implemented this, each and every day.

it’s his really, really powerful. It seems simple and almost common sense - But so few people use it. The ones who do it makes a massive difference for them.

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Doctor Tips, Dr. FJ, Financial Presentation, Rhino University -

Hi Rhinos, Dr. FJ Schofield here, in this video I'll be going over the 2nd part of the ROF, the Financial Presentation. This is by the far the most messed up part in the Communication Process; right there with the consultation, it’s so important. If you do a bad consultation you’re screwed, but if you mess this part up, even if you have an awesome consultation and great ROF you shoot yourself in the foot with the Financial Presentation

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How we communicate is changing and changing fast.

In college 15 years ago, I called a lot, I would email friends and family and I hardly ever texted. Now I never email friends and family.

I text all the time, and I call very little. Young people are texting, DMing (direct message through social media), and who knows what else.

You should try

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Dr. FJ, Gratitude -

In my opinion, one of the most crucial parts for you having a happy and successful life, business, family, and really a happy and successful anything, is having real sincere gratitude.

Gratitude towards the people you work with, gratitude for your patients, clients, or customers that put their trust in you.

Gratitude for your family and friends that love you despite your

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Doctor Tips, Dr. FJ, ROF -

A really, really important part of practice is the Report of Findings.

It’s huge! 1st and 2nd visit are obviously a big deal, and once you get those new patients in the door you have to then communicate effectively so they understand what is going on and so that they actually commit to care.

Most complaints that we hear from other patients that have gone to other chiropractors is that he or she didn’t explain anything.

“I would just come in, they’d adjust me and they’d say come back and I just had no idea about what was going on”

People want a plan, they want progression, and they want an explanation. Help them understand what’s going on in your mind. They want to know and it’s your responsibility to take them through the process. Start with this blue print

The biggest mistake that’s typically made is that

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