Practice Growth RSS
Hi Rhinos, Rhino University EP 16. Instead of a how to/tactical, this will be more of a mindset episode.
You have to take responsibility for your life, your practice, your success, your family, everything.
You have to take responsibility for everything. Winston Churchill said the greatest power of humanity is responsibility. Jim Rohn has one of my favorite quotes, “Don’t wish things were easier, wish you were better”
Get better, take your own responsibility. If you blame someone else for your position, you’re never going to go anywhere. Anytime you have any resistance, it’s someone else’s fault “it’s my town, they just don’t get it” “they want xrays in my town” “they don’t like chiropractic in my town”
Hey Rhinos, Dr. FJ. I want to talk today about the most important phrase you will ever learn. I don’t care how much time you spend with your patients. What you DO need to do is be very efficient with your language so you’re not wasting 10-15 minutes talking about the weather when you could be checking and adjusting people. Now, some visits will take longer – it could be more complicated, has more resistance, so you need to spend that time.
I’m not saying not to build a relationship with your patients – I’m all about getting to know my patient’s families, and their lives, creating rapport and building that relationship BUT I’m talking about that WHILE I’m checking them.
It took Dr. Fred 7 years of MASSIVE daily visits to get this phrase and it changed his practice.
Dr. FJ here with your next episode of Rhino University.
I’m really excited about this episode – we’re going to talk about Scaling your Office. How do you scale it and in turn create more freedom for yourself?
For most of the Chiropractic profession the doctor is the doctor, the owner, the operator and in order to make more you needed to see more. See more, see more, see more – but eventually you get tired, you get older and you start seeing a decline.
I don’t want that. I want my office to grow forever, for my office to perpetually grow. I also want a Self-Propelled office that I don’t have to micromanage.
That takes skills and time to develop - but the thinking we have in our profession that hasn’t changed yet is the old-school factory model
Following up on my last blog, the patient believing in your ability to deliver results is crucial to their compliance and commitment. Here are 5 simple ways you can improve your authority when they enter your office: Put on a clinic jacket, it is proven the most persuasive clothing for doctors. Put diplomas and certificates on the wall. Put more testimonials out in your office. Make sure your office is clean and professional. Using before and after pics and stories. You can do x-rays, scans, posture pics, and just symptoms and quality of life change before and aftercare. (Before and...
- Action Analysis
- Associate Dr
- Business Stats
- Crisis Management
- Day 1/Day 2
- Doctor Tips
- Dr. FJ
- Financial Presentation
- front office
- Hiring and Training
- Internal Marketing
- New Patients
- Patient Loyality
- Practice Growth
- Rhino University
- Scale your Practice
- social media
- staff meetings
- Steve Jobs
- Unique Corrective System
- Warren Buffett
- work/family balance