Tag: systems

#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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#101 Growth Or Profitability?

Growth – expansion, more visits, more revenue, more new cases, more patients stockpiling in your practice.

These are not the only metrics but they are a key performance indicators that would indicate “growth”.

Profitability – the bottom line, what’s left after your gross revenue minus expenses.

While growth and profitability are not mutually exclusive, it is very difficult to put your attention on both at the same time.

A growth focus requires a certain mindset and a willingness to reinvest capital into developing areas within your business.

On this episode Life By Design For Chiropractors, we map out the required information and action steps to determine which focus you should have and the consequences of each. Read More

#86 3 BEST OF: The 4 Requirements Of A Successful Practice

Welcome to our first “Best of” episode of The Life By Design For Chiropractors Podcast!

From time to time we revisit some of your favourite, most downloaded episodes as the material is still relevant and it obviously had struck a chord then and we know it will again.

One of the cornerstones of Life By Design is the concept of requirements and strategies…

A requirement is something that you (or in this case your practice) NEEDS… these are non-negotiable. An example would be oxygen… As a human you need oxygen to live. It’s required for life and no amount of wishing, hoping, and dreaming is going to change that.

A strategy is a specific WAY in which you meet a requirement… there are many strategies. Let’s go back to our oxygen example. Oxygen is required BUT you can get oxygen in a variety of ways… breathing is one. But you can also use a respirator or you can get oxygen through an I.V.

The point is simple…

On today’s podcast we talk about the requirements for a successful practice and the most effective strategies for meeting those requirements. Read More

#76 The Single Most Important Visit For Building Your Practice

There’s an abundance of emphasis placed on delivering a strong day one experience and rightfully so… you only get one chance to make a first impression!

What about day two? That’s the close right?

Establishing a solid agreement on the second visit is a cornerstone to future retention and of course the obvious, if they don’t start there’s very little chance they become a lifetime client.

But, as important as those first two major practice visits are, they pale in comparison to “The Second Buying Decision”.

The review visit that occurs after the initial stage of care is the most important single visit for building your practice.

At this visit, all the smoke and mirrors are gone, no more bells and whistles, just an understanding from the patient that any CORE PROBLEM with the spine and nervous system is a problem and spending time and resources addressing it is a valuable pursuit.

On this week’s episode of Life By Design For Chiropractors, Dr. Kreso and I breakdown the highlights of the Life By Design framework for this critical patient interaction.

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