If you’ve ever signed a contract with a practice management company, and then found that it was a horrible fit this post is for you.
If you’ve always sworn off chiropractic coaching because you knew the high volume thing wasn’t for you, this post is for you.
If the traditional model of success in chiropractic has never felt authentic to you, this post is for you.
I know if any of the above describe you, you probably feel isolated and alone.
And not in that “finally sent the kids to grandma’s for the weekend” type of alone.
It’s more of a “do I really belong in this profession?” type of alone.
You, my friend, are not broken.
There’s just not been enough leaders in our profession, brave enough to step forward and say “here’s another way.”
Because people like me have been told by “them” that we’re wrong. And that we’re screwing up the whole profession.
I’m not willing to sit and tolerate “their” shaming, blaming judgment anymore.
We’ve widely accepted that the mommy-wars help no one.
It’s time for us to see that the philosophy wars don’t really help anyone either.
Not our patients. Not our families. Not our “market share” and definitely not our selves.
•not earning the income you need to support your family
•feeling overwhelmed more often than not
•running on low batteries and afraid of burning out
•struggling in your marriage because money is causing so much pressure
•not confident you’re being the mom you want to be
•feeling like you need to be always cheap and always available
You deserve support.
You are too valuable to become the statistic.
Imagine being able to earn more, have more time freedom, and feel more energized day by day.
Imagine that no matter what technique you practice or what philosophy you ascribe to, you feel connected with like-minded women in our profession.
Imagine being an Aligned Woman, where you have all of this and more.
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