I’ve been doing select fatal errors that can kill a good associate program and today’s blog #3 of 13: Failure to have your associate’s best interest at heart. You’ve heard that people care how much you know, until they know how much you.
As you know we’re going through some of the more serious of the 13-Fatal Errors That Can Kill Your Associate program. Hey, it’s October with Halloween kicked in at the end, so lets make it scary. Speaking of scary: 80% of new businesses.
Most chiropractic associateships end badly – some continue on badly. I’m reminded of the chiropractic chart of spinal effects that had the words “Suffering Needlessly” across the top. In my experience more fault lies with the clinic director for what he or she.
Dr. Mike is 62 years old, works 62 hours a week and if he retired would go through his savings in 62 days. Not a pretty picture. Dr. Mike has a practice, but more accurately, Mike’s practice has him and his wife is.