BNI is a business networking and referral organization. It typically attracts small business owners, but it also boasts some Fortune 500 members. Members belong to various chapters of about 25-40 members each. Each chapter meets weekly at a set time and place, for about an hour to an hour and a half, and everyone gives their spiels, passing out business cards and contact information, all in an attempt to promote their businesses and drum up clientele.
So far, so good. Kind of…
Continue reading Our experience with BNI
When I first started this blog I promised that it would speak to multiple audiences (including current and prospective chiropractic students, new and seasoned practicing docs, other healthcare practitioners, and the general public), and discuss multiple topics. While I’ve covered some quite well (and much, much more to come, since this is my safe little anonymous sounding board and semi-soap box), I’ve neglected to pay attention to the other part (not quite half) of this blog’s intended purpose: to document our successes and lessons learned and our progress as we make it. So here goes.
Continue reading First-year learning curve – Part 1
I was crunching numbers tonight, something that has been long-overdue, since we’ve been open over a year already. I tallied the number of completed visits (i.e. no no-shows or cancellations), and new patients (again, counting only those who have completed at least one appointment). I found the following FunFacts…
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