Do you feel overwhelmed by the pressures of trying to run a practice?
Maybe you’re dealing with crazy high overhead and struggling to make ends meet?
Or maybe you’re marketing your tail enough, but can’t get enough patients in the door?
Or (most frustrating of all) maybe you’re feeling totally burned out and not enjoying practice anymore?
You’re not alone.
With high costs, high stress, and high expectations, burnout is becoming more prevalent than EVER…
…and the conventional way of building a practice just simply isn’t working anymore.
That’s why I wanted to interview, Joshua Becker, Founder of BecomingMinimalist.com, to talk about how to simplify running a practice and get rid of the clutter that’s holding you back.
Joshua realized that the typical way of life was only leading to more stress, more things to tend to or worry about, and less time with his family. After realizing this wasn’t the life he wanted, he decided to strip away all of the things he didn’t need and what he found as a result was more balance and pure joy.
In this interview, I had the true pleasure of discussing with Joshua what the “Art of Living with Less” can do for you and your practice.
Here’s What You’ll Learn in This Interview: