If you've made the rounds with chiropractic practice management groups, or have shunned them altogether, you might find this a better fit.
But first, two important distinctions:
Coaching - Typically a long-term relationship in which the client is buying accountability, making performance enhancements, forming new habits and expecting to be held accountable.
Consulting - Typically a short-term relationship in which the client is buying advice, experience, creativity, problem-solving skills and other insights they can bring to bear on their circumstances.
When to Hire a Chiropractic Consultant
Consult with Bill for some ideas or at least a second opinion when you're...
▶ Burned out and no longer having fun
▶ Facing a major decision or turning point
▶ Off your game or lost your mojo
▶ Need some objectivity or fresh ideas
▶ Want to reinvent your report of findings
▶ Feeling lost, disoriented or lacking clarity
▶ Looking for some creative insights
It’s wise to seek counsel at times like these. Pick the brain of a passionate chiropractic advocate who has been serving the profession for almost four decades and has seen just about everything.
An Alternative to Traditional Chiropractic Consulting
If you're looking for insights without a long-term obligation:
- Email or call me at Patient Media (800) 486-2337 to arrange a mutually convenient time for our hour together.
- You'll create the agenda and select the topics we'll discuss.
- At the appointed time, call me and I'll collect your credit card details for USD $150.
- At the conclusion of our hour I'll ask, “Did you get your money's worth?” If yes I'll charge your card. If not, I won't. Fair?
- Expect startling insights, unexpected possibilities and a clear direction forward with fastidious confidentiality.
Bill has been consulting like this for over a decade, helping hundreds of chiropractors. Usually, a single call is enough to get things moving. Some choose to have follow-up conversations later.
Chiropractic Consulting Without a Long-Term Commitment
No contracts, other than the handshake above. If I were a chiropractor, it's what I'd want from a chiropractic consultant.
Email me and suggest some convenient days and times and whether you'd prefer to do this by phone or video. And then let's talk!