#117 3 Reasons You Feel Like S#!t Selling Chiropractic


You’re just about to walk into the room to review results with a new patient and there it is… that pit in your stomach.

Does this ever happen to you?

Do you feel ill after giving your recommendations?

Do you almost wish that new person would cancel just so you don’t need to have that scripted conversation?

There’s a reason you feel like s#!t selling chiropractic… actually, there’s at least 3 really good reasons you feel this way about selling chiropractic and that’s exactly what we cover on this episode of Life By Design For Chiropractors. Read More

RBP Daily | How Accepting A Case Makes You The Boss

The Retention Based Practice Daily

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. Read More

#116 How To Start Your Dream Life Project


One of my favourite projects in the Life By Design Training Systems is The Dream Life Project™.

While it’s much too robust for a podcast, we can get you started down the path to correct thinking and feeling inspired or terrified about where you could be headed.

On this episode of Life By Design For Chiropractors, we share a simple exercise, called the 100 Point Compass to spark the early stages of your project. Read More

#113 Start Comparing Yourself to Others


“Start comparing yourself to others”

Just wait… did I mean STOP comparing yourself to others?

Nope. Start.

Albeit contrary to the mainstream advice, comparing yourself to others is simply human nature and to avoid it, could be detrimental to your business, possibly even devastating to your mental health.

Your entire world is based on discerning one thing from another.

Comparing a chair against a table is in part how you understand the difference between the two.

One piece of building a great brand is becoming an objective observer.

Comparing everything around you provides an opportunity to more deeply understand consumer psychology and how you want the world to see and interact with your brand.

On this episode of Life By Design For Chiropractors we challenge the idea that judgement is bad and apply the opposite to building a brand the customer can love (or hate).
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