Tag: chiropractor

#106 My Exact 2nd Report Framework

What do you say at Day 2?

What do you say at future reports?

What do you say at the table?

Let’s start by saying, what I say isn’t necessarily what you should be saying.

Personally, I made the mistake of copying what Reggie or other great communicators would say to their patients and it took me years to realize it wasn’t just what I was saying but WHO I was that was saying it.

That’s not to suggest having a well designed, strategic approach to your communication isn’t helpful… it is…when it’s authentically coming from you.

With that context, here it is. Exactly what you’re often asking for…what to say.

This is a very small slice of what happens at The Life By Design TRAINING Camp. Take note, I said TRAINING, as that’s what makes this event unique.

If you listen closely and more than once, and I suggest you do, you’ll find important nuances that accumulate together to create an experience culminating in a strong win-win agreement.
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#100 How To Help Patients Choose Your Ideal Recommendations

Wouldn’t it be a “dream come true” if patients told you what their check-up frequency should be and they actually got it right?

There came a time in practice when we finally figured out how to build engaged patients who were committed to the beginning stage of care but at the time, we still struggled with how to keep that engagement high beyond the first few months and no surprise… growth was mediocre at best.

Not only did I not know how to explain what to do next, but I found myself feeling anxious about asking patients to continue down the path at an ideal frequency that I had in mind for their care.

After digging deep on why we were failing to stockpile patients following their corrective care phase, I developed and re-developed (and re-developed again) a framework that simply works.

Led by a massive reduction in stress and anxiety, the new model worked to transition patients smoothly into the next phase of care and even better, they told me correctly how often they should be getting checked!

I couldn’t believe it, but after 8 years of using this communication strategy… it just works.

On this episode of Life By Design For Chiropractors, I take you inside a live recording of this topic from our Life By Design Training Camp. Read More

#99 Are You Confident You Can Deliver Results?

Is there a more confusing area of communication than results?

Is there an area of chiropractic practice that eats away at a doc’s self-esteem more than results?

Is there a topic that confuses most docs more than results?

The concept of results and how they are communicated is responsible for much of the stress, strain and anxiety that plagues a chiropractor’s mind.

On this episode of Life By Design For Chiropractors we discuss RESULTS. In the ins, the outs, the myths and more…

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#95 Your Biggest Barrier To A Massive Return On Investment

Pricing, practice visits, retention, expenses… are ALL practice levers with significant power to increase or abolish your bottom line.

Yet, pulling these levers in your favour depends deeply on ONE character trait.

This single character trait you’ll find in the vast majority of the “ultra-successful” entrepreneurs, athletes and yes, chiropractors.

What is it?

Risk tolerance.

No I’m not talking about jurisprudence, about screening assessments or note taking… the type of risk tolerance we care about for today’s episode is taking calculated action.

The reason it’s such an important discussion is because at it’s core are two pieces that are often avoided:

Risk and action.

The point of this podcast is to give you a deeper appreciation for why you should consider improving your risk tolerance and help you overcome the anxiety that might be keeping you from pulling the trigger on to-do’s that would have a massive impact on your Return On Investment in all areas of life.

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