Patients for Things or Things for Patients?

On July 25, 2012, in strategy and philosophy, by Dan

When you start your practice your biggest job is pretty clear–not easy, perhaps, but it’s clear: you need to find clients for the things you offer. You’re trained, tested, licensed, insured, stocked, prepped and ready to go–you just need someone for your stuff. In The Practitioner’s Journey, we call this The River. It’s one of […]

Ten Practice Commandments

Thou Shalt Not Manage Other People’s Money Your clients decide what they can afford. If they can’t afford your treatment plan, then there may be other options, but stop deciding on their behalf what’s affordable. Thou Shalt Not Trash Talk Thyself Yes you can be realistic about where you need to learn and grow. No […]

3 Rules For Better Scheduling

On July 5, 2012, in office management, by Dan

Scheduling seems to be the challenge that never quite goes away. From holes that can’t be filled, to finding flow and keeping life balance, your appointment book can make the difference between a happy day doing what you love, and a day spent in frustration. Here are three rules you can use yourself, or as […]

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