The “Cs” are are a set of key qualities and characteristics that make the difference between those who are just “proficient” and those who really “prevail” as they start their career in our profession. They are the difference between the DCs who are merely good enough to practice and those who achieve, lead, impact, earn, and influence at their highest potential. The latter group prevails by achieving and experiencing at the level they dreamed of—whatever that may be. As you read, do a self-check and determine which factors you are strong in—and which may need some “adjustment.”Read More
Suppose I’m speaking to a state association and a recent graduate returns from the lunch break early: “Do you have a minute?” she asks. A frustrated associate arranges an hour telephone consult with me: “Here’s my problem…” he confesses. From such conversations, I’ve learned the following five essentials that aren’t getting adequate coverage in chiropractic colleges.
Most chiropractors say they are in the business of healing. But they are really in the marketing business. When you build your brand in your community, you spark referrals. The more you market, the more profitable your business. Even so, some chiropractors think “marketing” is a dirty word. But the fact is you are indeed in marketing because everything you do requires establishing your value to create a long-standing customer relationship.
The prevention and care of sports-related musculoskeletal injuries in middle and high school athletes is virtually ignored by traditional healthcare providers. At the same time, no other profession is as equipped or qualified as chiropractic to care for this population. If your goal is to build a sports practice, here’s what you need to know.
Chiropractic school is tough. You’re forced to balance studying, extracurricular activities, diet, exercise, and now some school sponsored motivational guru just told you that to be successful you have to start networking too. Everyone tells you that networking is how you get a job but studying comes first, right? Here’s how you can do both.