Chinese Medicine · Growing in your practice. · Self-care

The way of the Ninja Tortoise

  I stepped back this summer to see how it felt to not write for the blog. Creating content is a slow process for me, and between running a clinic, this writing, and designing an entire business course and workbook for new acupuncturists, I was pretty fried. The work to build an online course from… Continue reading The way of the Ninja Tortoise

Chinese Medicine · Self-care

The Secret To Manage Overwhelm In Your Chinese Medicine Practice

Building and maintaining a successful practice means that you don’t get to leave work at work. No matter how long your clinic has been open, you are always going to have more to do than you can get done in a day (week, month, year). Focus on one part of your practice for while, and another part begins to show symptoms of neglect. Try to do too many things at once and exhaustion forces you to slow down. Sound familiar?

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How To Dramatically Reduce No-Shows In Your Chinese Medicine Practice

In first year or two of clinical practice, every patient matters…a lot. When one doesn’t show up, or one cancels the morning of an appointment, or one presses you to “fit them in” and then cancels last-minute, it matters.