I don’t know how long I’ll write today but I just wanted to let you know that I’m always thinking about WAYS to help you grow your business.
There was a couple that contacted me yesterday.
Said they were going to go out on their own.
And so I just wanted to say, “Congratulations.”
Good for you.
It’s kind of like learning how to ride a bicycle.
You’re kind of scared at first.
But after you get the hang of it, and you see that’s it’s really not that hard, you decide you can go without your training wheels (being an associate).
Then the rest is EASY.
Well not easy.
And then it all boils down to one thing.
Creating relationships with people.
When my client in Texas called me and said, “I’m standing here in the office, that I just opened and I got no one.”
I told him, “Settle down. It’ll come. You just have to be patient and you have to get out in the community.”
In my opinion you get busier in the office, you know, you get a few patients, then you STOP doing what worked. If you continued to get out in the community and build relationships, you wouldn’t have that problem of worrying about where the next new patient would come from.
People are attracted to people that CARE about them, and WANT a strong relationship.
It’s been that way for a long time and it’s not going to change.
And by the way.
In case you haven’t looked around lately, there are all kinds of businesses closing UP.
Because they don’t know what I’m telling you here in this blog.
Being successful boils down to you marketing yourself the right way.
If you want more coaching, the kind that gets you new patients, contact me.
I’m not expensive but I’m not FREE either.
I’ll give you some more STUFF the next time I write you.
Be ready and keep checking back.
P.S. And whatever you do, make sure you’re reading my emails. I’ve given you a ton of ways to build relationships in those emails. All you have to do is implement them.