If You Can’t Beat ‘Em…

Is it just me, or are cell phones in the waiting room the bane of your existence? Seriously, people are waiting to get adjusted, do some posture correction, and they’re sitting around with text neck staring at Facebook memes or DIY projects on Pinterest. Eventually I decided that if you can’t beat ’em, then join ’em. That’s why I created … Read More

Don’t Steal My Patients!

Imagine another chiropractor decides to open his/her office right across the street from you. How do you react? A. Dangit!! They’ll start taking all my new patients! B. So awesome! We can partner together to reach even more people! C. Whatever, I’m way better than them anyway. If you chose: A – You’re living in the scarcity mindset. In this mindset, there are … Read More

Start Where You Are, Do What You Can

Who am I to talk about changing the world? My days fly by with most of my time going to changing diapers, making peanut butter sandwiches, and trying not to lose my sanity when I get asked “Why?” for the 35th time. I’m lucky if I get two hours to think about chiropractic and how I can help spread the … Read More

Got Guilt?

Being a mom got a lot harder 7 years ago. What happened 7 years ago, you may ask? I’ll tell you… Pinterest. All of a sudden, every mom felt the weight of a thousand suggestions, tips, and DIYs, all designed to give our kids the magical childhood experience they deserve. Now, instead of getting advice by calling up good ol’ … Read More

The Storyteller

We have a 9 year old patient who quit talking after receiving a round of vaccines when he was 2 years old. That is SEVEN years without speaking! After receiving three months of chiropractic care, this weekend he started talking again. ARE YOU KIDDING ME????!!!! THAT’S AWESOME!!!! (Please take a moment and freak out with me about how amazing that … Read More

Transfer Passion

A lot of people think they can’t do their own marketing because they haven’t been trained. They don’t know a thing about Google SEO or demographics, so they pay lots of money to people who know the lingo and can get it done. And while those things are sometimes necessary, let me take some pressure off. I really believe you … Read More

Small Changes = Big Impact

I’ve worked in some area of customer service since I was 17. From the restaurant industry to tour guiding in Alaska, I learned that when it comes to customer service, small changes can have a huge impact. One thing that makes a big difference is the idea of follow-up. We see it all the time in restaurants. You receive your … Read More

Creating the BDCA (Best Darn CA)

It only took about 6 months for my boss to realize that I was not your typical CA. Once I had mastered the basics of the job (scheduling patients, office flow, paperwork, etc.), I started getting antsy. I knew I had more to offer the world than just filing papers and answering phones for the rest of my life. And … Read More

Three Ways to Avoid Burn Out

It seems like nowadays, people wear “busy” like a badge. So how can you avoid the all-to-common burnout? Here are three ways you can make sure you finish strong: 1. Rest in a way that calms your soul. At the end of a long day, the most common way people relax is to turn on the TV. And while this … Read More

The Power of Try

I recently heard that Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, didn’t originally expect to succeed. In fact, he was sure his first few tries with SpaceX launches were going to fail. But he did it anyway because he believed it was too important not to try. When it comes to chiropractic and outreach, that is exactly how I feel. Half the … Read More