Success leaves clues. Among the most common are chiropractors who face their fears.
While incremental improvements in procedure can grow a practice, quantum leaps occur through self-development. A practice grows only as the chiropractor grows. The surest way to do that is to shed self-limiting beliefs. Uncover them by taking an inventory of your fears, worries and concerns.
Perhaps it's the fear of calling patients after their first adjustment. Or asking for a long-term commitment at the report of findings. Or the tolerations you endure by not confronting a team member. Or taking a post-X-ray to see if you're delivering on your promise of making spinal changes. Or an audit letter from an insurance carrier.