It’s rare to find someone that has worked their tail off (even when doing just about everything else incorrectly) for an extended period of time and not had some level of measurable success.
Hard work is very often THE missing ingredient and in the absence of knowing what to do, can be a replacement until the proper knowledge base is developed.
Now, imagine if you worked ridiculously hard and nailed every requirement for success as well?
That would be the ultimate success formula for every single area of life…
(Time + Consistent Action) to the power of Correct Principles = Extraordinary Results.
As a chiropractor we’re told a successful practice comes down to “telling the story” and “delivering the goods”.
“You too can soon work 1 day and have 500 visit per week practice with only 8 hours.”
What is not often promoted is the incredible amount of effort it takes to truly excel.
The jump from good to great is massive; the gap between great to extraordinary is monumental.
Hmm, that sounds like a lot of work. LOL.
In a profession where good is almost always good enough to not worry about money or other stresses that plague most others, you’re left with a decision…
What does success look like for you?
Is it just getting by or is it leaving a massive impact?
In today’s episode of Life By Design For Chiropractors, we share our raw, unedited opinions about the work volume it takes to reach the peak.
Here Is What We Covered
- How your work load makes it far easier to fake it until you make it.
- How to begin increasing your productivity and build up to the effort it’s going to take for high levels of success.
- What we do when times get tough and we’re ready to give up.
Thank you for listening to Life By Design – The Podcast For Chiropractors… The voice of reason in Chiropractic.
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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.