Remember in my last post on this subject, I talked about how you can make the ‘F’ word work for you.
Recognizing your failings is the best opportunity to learn, correct and evolve… and the faster you do this the better the results.
In part 2 I want to talk about ways you can identify your learnings in a clearer and faster way.
In our practice, we use surveys.
But Here’s the thing!
YOU MUST CHOOSE YOUR AUDIENCE. This applies in life too. Whenever you ask for feedback be very careful who you ask. They need to be qualified to give you the feedback you need let alone the feedback you want.
Think about this. You ask a best friend for advice. They love you and only want the best for you so naturally, they discourage you from stepping up and facing your fears, or taking action that may initially, be uncomfortable. They want to protect you, but in doing so, they keep you small. Most of the time what you really need is tough love and the support to move into your power. Of course, there will be times you just need to offload and vent, but that’s not what we’re talking about here.
Further, if you ask someone who is not in your space, i.e. you talk to an engineer about your wellness project, they too are not qualified to make comment.
So, in our practices we also need to choose our audiences carefully.
Your mentor is the best person of course, however your top 100 ideal clients are also an excellent audience.
You can ID them usually using your patient software. We simply go by top 100 spend in the clinic.
The next challenge is to ID the right questions.
You may have heard the saying, those who ask the right questions to have the power.
In part 3 I’ll share how to create a survey and what are the best questions.
About the Author:
Dr. Andrew Arnold (Chiropractor) is a Chiropractor and the Million Dollar Wellness Mentor.
Founder: The Practice Leverage Revolution, Cranbourne Family Chiropractic and Wellness Centre and the Million Dollar Wellness Practice.
Andrew is married to Dr. Linda Wilson, the Stress Specialist and has two children, Isaac and Bella. He lives in Melbourne, Australia.