Are You Hunting or Farming for Patients?

On February 27, 2008, in referrals, strategy and philosophy, by Dan

A few weeks ago we talked about how to increase professional referrals to your practice. Developing this referral source is essentially a networking exercise, but the point of the post was to provide a framework in which to do it without feeling weird, creepy, or uncomfortable. I know there are a lot of alternative and […]

The Best Acupuncture Practice Management Resources on The Web

On February 13, 2008, in acupuncture marketing, online resources, by Dan

Here are our favorite acupuncture-specific online resources for practice growth and management, in no particular order. Have we missed any? Let us know in the comments. Acupuncture Business School Workshops, coaching, teleconferences, books, distance learning…ABS just about has it all. In the words of founder Andy Rosenfarb: “ABS is a developing resource for L.Ac.’s who […]

Weekend Inspiration: Do The Unthinkable

On February 8, 2008, in inspiration, by Dan

I was recently interviewed about our book Escape 101 by Mark Hayward of, who’s a consummate escape artist himself. You can check out the interview here, but what I really want to draw your attention to is his interview with Scott Rigsby, who became the first double amputee in the world to finish an […]

Of Practitioners and Goldfish: How to Grow Your Practice without a Bigger Bowl

On February 4, 2008, in office space, by Dan

We had our first day of business in the new clinic last week – January was a hectic month! The space is about three times as big as the old clinic – a significant increase. It seems like a lot, but as I moved the last items out of the old office, I remembered how […]

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