What Makes The New Renaissance Different?
Well for starters, chiropractic coaches and practice management groups come and go, but Renaissance has been around since the 1970′s…and thousands of DCs have experienced the difference.
We teach Chiropractors how to communicate the big idea of Chiropractic to their patients. Our chiropractic coaching program gives DCs a path to revolutionary personal and practice accomplishment and growth.
Why should you coach?
We place a great deal of emphasis on development at TNR. So many of our beginning DC have had ‘other coaches’ before they arrived on planet TNR. Handing a grown DC a script or canned material is as outdated as a pay phone or dial up internet. The missing ingredient is the development of the DC, and just not the how to. Of course, we will help you with the how to, but it’s the things that get in the way of the how to (emotions, fears, old programming) that limit success. When you have a DC double, triple or 10 fold their practice, they began at their core, their development.
Motivation from yourself will only get you so far. Think exercise here. When you have someone who has your back, motivation becomes a way of life. No matter how down you get, your mentor will always be there to pick you back up. Not only do you have your personal mentor, you also have the support of the whole TNR community. Think of any problem you have currently, with motivation and support, solutions are possible. Without motivation and support, problems will persist for a lifetime.
There is so much written about goals and so little about achieving them. Most DC goals are like New Year’s resolutions…said in the right spirit, but simply don’t have the wearwithal to following through. At TNR, you have a mentor who will hold you accountable to reach your goals. With the achievement of any goal there is a part at the beginning, the fear of the unknown, that feeling in the pit of your stomach…you will need someone in your corner to get you through it. Our whole system is based on the relationship of the coach and the TNR family member
So many DC want to be their patients friends rather than their leader. Friends will not commit to recommendations, fees, and will always want to take shortcuts and cut corners. Leadership is all about asking and getting commitment from your patients. Without leadership, your patients will tell you what to do.
Let’s face it, unless you are willing to work on your own flaws and shortcomings, your practice will never change on a long-term basis. We have a saying at TNR: your patients reflect who you are. All improvement begins with yourself. Read any TNR testimonial and you will find their practice has increased, but their relationships and overall enjoyment of life has as well
Many DC are out of ‘fair exchange’ and have mistakenly assumed Chiropractic to be just a job, a way to make a living. At TNR, we consistently help DC expand their practice by multiples of 3, 5, 10 times or more what they were earning before they joined TNR. A new practitioner in our program can expect to earn 5-8x what the average DC earns their first few years. It’s truly amazing what can be accomplished with guidance, a system and a community of support.
All of your proudest achievements were made possible by someone in your life that you trusted to hold you accountable. As adults and parents, nobody is going to tell you what to do. You’re a big boy or girl now. That’s the problem. You won’t do the uncomfortable, yet necessary things, and instead will fritter away time on social media or shop online. We make holding you accountable fun. If you want to reach your goals, you will need TNR accountability!
The #1 thing that claims so many great DC is being isolated. Family activities, running the kids around to sports, etc are all necessary, however they will not build your practice. Being around like-minded DC charges your Chiropractic spirit like nothing else. If you ask any member to describe TNR in one word, they’ll immediately respond: family.
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At $200,000 of debt just for your Chiropractic education, you better be willing to invest in yourself to earn an income that reflects your talents and abilities. Some of our members double, triple, sextuple their incomes in a year or two. That’s exponential, not incremental growth.
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If there is a theme to TNR, it’s this…you can have your cake and eat it too. Every year in TNR, female DC go from associates to owners and never look back. One recent TNR member was earning $21,000 as an associate for a year and all the sudden earned $58,000 CASH through three months as a solo practitioner. She has paid her practice loan off, is accelerating her student loans and will be debt free in less than a year! They are taking their family to Disney. Her husband loves the changes in her!
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It all comes down to a shift in mindset between struggling DC and successful DC. Without confidence and a clear picture of how you want to practice, asking for money and commitment will be challenging to say the least. Like the hit sitcom Two and a Half Men, would you rather be the unsuccessful brother that ‘mooches’ off the other, or the owner of the house? At TNR, we are the unequivocal owners of the house. If we don’t get the training to shift our mindset from struggle to success, it doesn’t get better with time. We work with DCs that want to own the house.
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Our strategies and systems work inside or outside of insurance coverage. If fact, our Canadian brothers and sisters are among our top earners year in and year out. They have no insurance coverage and Canadians health care providers are free to the public. It takes courage and guidance to break the fear of Obamacare or National Health Care. We help DCs who aren’t going to let insurance companies or government tell them how to practice.
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Many DCs are in the scarcity or poverty mindset that has them working 50 plus hours a week with no vacations in sight. At TNR, it’s all about balance. We need our hobby time, our family time, our down time and vacation time. Not taking the time or not being able to afford vacations spells disaster to your practice, marriage and spirit. Some of our members take vacations every 6-8 weeks. Don’t mistake vacations for not being committed to our patients, we work hard and we play hard!
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Everyone stresses about numbers of new patients only. Everyone needs new patients of course, but we also have to learn to keep them. Some DCs work for as little as a couple of hundred dollars per patient…how about patients that are worth thousands of dollars. It’s all about attracting quality new patients, not just lots of energy sapping, low quality new patients that think they’re doing you a favor. At TNR, it’s all about working with patients that get it, refer, and are a blast to work with. Quality new patients are not only more valuable to your office, they are easier to work with and love your office!
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You didn’t go through all the time, effort, sweat and cash to practice in a state of drudgery. If you have the training and guidance, you can practice your way on your own terms. Far too many DCs have practices that are merely a job or a source of income. Get the fun, excitement and sense of adventure back in your practice!
Your typical first year associate can expect to earn south of $30,000 a year. Contrast that with a TNR trained first year doctor that can expect to make $150,000 or more. Face it, you got into Chiropractic to either help people or live a great lifestyle…in TNR, it’s not either or, it’s BOTH! If you know you are more valuable than $30,000 a year, we need to hear from you!
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