As part of an elimination diet consider eliminating common time wasters.
If you want to help more people, than you know time is your most important inventory. Your relationship with time reveals the realistic prospect for helping more people.
Adjusting times – Are you adjusting more segments than necessary? Are you using an assessment or technique that is needlessly time-consuming?
Social needs – Are you squandering precious time by chit-chatting about the weather, sports scores or something equally off purpose?
Sacred time – Are you going in and out of a healing consciousness by doing admin work, taking phone calls or browsing YouTube between seeing patients?
Practice hours – Are you under the misguided notion that practicing more hours is the key to helping more people?
Digital devices – Are you addicted to digital screens, social media feeds or other devices that distract and blunt your impact?
How badly do want to help more people?
Bill Esteb has been a chiropractic patient and advocate since 1981. He is the creative director of Patient Media and the co-founder of Perfect Patients. He’s been a regular speaker at chiropractic gatherings since 1985. His 12 books explore the doctor/patient relationship from a patient's point of view. His chiropractic blog, in-office consultations, patient focus groups and consulting calls have helped hundreds of chiropractors around the world. Since 1999 Monday Morning Motivation has been emailed to over 10,000 subscribers each week.