The Horse’s Name is Tony: The Magic in a Sticky Note

On January 30, 2012, in office management, service quality, staff, by Dan

Our friend Raza Shah, ND has a large Mennonite patient base–so large, in fact, that he actually has a place to shelter horses while patients have their appointments. So cool. In The Practitioner’s Journey, we wrote about how my dentist used to amaze me by thanking me in person for each referral over the past […]

How To Earn $80K in Your First Year of Practice

On January 24, 2012, in case studies, marketing, office space, startup, by Dan

We recently spoke to students at The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine on the theme of “Your First Ten Patients”. A good time as always, but we were nicely upstaged by superstar Mary Caracoglia, ND, who told the story of her remarkable first year in practice. Mary received her license to practice and opened her […]

What Got You Here…

On January 18, 2012, in inspiration, strategy and philosophy, by Dan

The greatest misconception among health care professionals is that your training is enough to make you successful. It isn’t. It’s not anyone’s fault, but the challenge, whether you’re in your first year or tenth, remains the same: The skills that got you to graduation aren’t the same ones you need to successfully grow your practice. […]

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