The arm wrestle: Purpose and Profit

Balancing running a health business and meeting the needs of your patients can be very tricky. Regardless of what you might read, financial considerations can certainly play a part in how willing your patients are to engage in your treatment plan. Depending on your client mix, there will be other factors out of your control. […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: A “busy” covid story.

I’ve been falling, falling, falling. Down, Down, Down. And I never realised how far I had fallen. Then everything was just feeling weird. I gradually realised that I had fallen so far down that I had lost myself. For the past seven weeks, I have existed in a cognitive tunnel. Trying to come to grips […]

Busy to Productive

There seems to be a preoccupation by health business owners on being busy. At the beginning of the year, I was giving a reference for a past employee. As the conversation progressed, the comment, “The expectation is that they will be very busy if they come to work for me”, came out of the blue. […]

The Casketeers: Caring for the dead and the alive.

After a little hiatus from blogging, I am happy to be back. I am home from New Zealand after a 3-month stay. It is difficult to find a topic that is a bit lighter in these trickier times. As a dedication to my homeland, I thought that I would share a piece on a quirky […]

What if Easter Bunny had no purpose?

A health business without a purpose is like Easter Bunny without a basket of chocolate eggs to hide for children at Eastertime. There is no reason to exist. If you define and articulate your purpose, you will give people a reason to believe in and follow you. Easter Bunny binds our society in a shared […]