I’m happy that the idea of creating boundaries is gaining popularity.
I’m almost positive we can thank Brene Brown exclusively for this, but I’m sure there are other authors who’ve contributed.
Successful offices and chiropractors who ‘close’ a lot of new patients don’t rely on fancy words or manipulation tactics.
They are authentically good, caring people who know how to make strong, clear agreements with their new patients before accepting them into care.
Even that concept, which I know you’ve heard before, of YOU accepting them is powerful if you actually grasp it vs. just fronting like you ‘own’ it, when you really don’t.
I wanted to take this time and record this quick video on a verbatim line I use to open the communication pathways to making a strong agreement with a new patients when accepting a case.
It’s important for you to know that once I accept someone (and I don’t accept everyone, only about 75-80% of new patients get accepted) they have a 99% chance of finishing their corrective care program.
Enjoy this video!
PS. Make these short “trainings” a part of your morning routine, and you’ll become the leader everyone wants to work with!
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