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What are you procrastinating in 2020?

You mean well but with your schedule, family demands, and office obligations it’s never going to get done. Back in the day one of my kids wanted this cool stingray bike and kept hounding me to buy it for him. I thought if I kept saying later he’d just forget about it.  He didn’t. Finally…

Do you feel welcomed, supported, and recognized?

A peculiar phenomenon happens in Chiropractic College…DCs eat their young. They tend to cripple the next generation. It’s not because of lousy teaching or bad curriculum but because they don’t care enough to take the next generation under their wings. When someone you trust fails to take you under their wing, you develop a sense…

What did you hear from the top of the stairs?

There you were, perhaps eight or nine and have been tucked into bed for the night. Like most kids, you probably snuck out of bed to play video games or call one of your friends. But after a while that gets old. Sometime you’d find yourself at the top of the stairs eavesdropping on your…

What does your 2020 look like?

As we’re speeding towards the holidays, let’s take moment to reflect on this year and the New Year ahead. What is your practice going to look like in 2020? Most DCs will have a repeat of years prior while the discerning ones are really looking to turn things around. Here are 4 areas that will…

Since when is talking about your technique a bad thing?

We understand that you’re proud of your technique. You’ve worked really hard to master it. The countless hours at seminars and getting all of the certifications have really paid off. Maybe you even find yourself constantly talking to your practice members about it but do you think they really care? The simple answer is no…they…

Stop with the pay-per-visit!

The absence of commitment in Chiropractic offices is at an all-time high. Allowing people to regulate their care only encourages them to come in for a few visits. It’s decimating Chiropractic offices across the country. Part of your job as a DC is to be a leader. This means not allowing practice members to dictate…