Are you considering reducing your practice hours to enhance your life enjoyment, personal free time, or to spend more of those precious moments with your family?
One likely concern may be that working less will mean earning less and that’s just not something you want or you can’t have, given your current expenses.
How do we solve this dilemma?
Is working 60 hours a week in practice and on your business the only solution?
Ask Dr. Rachelle Vanderheyden-Jug.
Rachelle is a LBD Director, a mom, a wife and a chiropractor.
Over the past year she’s dramatically changed her model and approach to practice and the results have been, well…, exceptional!
On this episode of Life By Design For Chiropractors I interview Rachelle about the challenges and solutions to maximizing profits during her switch into part-time practice.
Here Is What We Covered
- Everything is a trade-off. How do you avoid giving up something of higher value for lower and sacrificing your happiness? Can you have a happy life and be happy in practice?
- With compressed time, there is less room for error. The major areas need to be blocked out before all others. Here’s how to get it right.
- Rachelle shares the two fundamental pieces to optimizing efficiency in her part-time practice.
- A shift to part-time also requires a distinct change in mindset to make it work and not suffer from the anxiety that plagues most doctors when they spend less time in the office.
- The SECRET!!! The one take home that applies to all chiropractors whether you are in part-time or full time practice.
- Don’t miss Rachelle’s blooper at the end of this episode if you want full out belly laugh today. 🙂
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Dr. Jamie Richards
Dr. Jamie Richards is a consultant for chiropractors looking to transition and thrive in a 3rd Paradigm Chiropractic model. He helps doctors develop the entrepreneurial skills to maximize community impact and leverage leadership into profit.