Biz Tips

How to Keep Them Interested When Your Office is Closed

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Today’s ‘business tip’ comes from Dawna, PMP CN of Inspired Living. She shares valuable insights and advice on how to thrive in both your personal and professional life. Don’t miss out on her expert guidance and start implementing her recommendations for client engagement:

“Thankfully, many of you have now opened up your doors for business. Wouldn’t you say that everything you know on a day to day basis for serving your clientele has shifted? So, let’s stay in touch with your people in a new way- by creating an email to send out weekly! Keep your patients/clients updated, interested, and engaged.

Have you had subject matter floating around your head that you’ve always wanted to share with your patients/clients and just never had the time to put it together?  NOW is that time! Here are a few ideas for you that have worked great for my practice:

  1. Patient Direct – Do an eblast to everyone on how to sign them up and watch how many people do! I was surprised by the flood of patient/clients that signed up! This is a GREAT way for patients to order online and you get the commission. I’m happy to help you do this in case you missed Kim Sperry’s eblast with video tutorial here it is again.
  2. Create a list of some of your favorite things to keep healthy-both inside and out, and get them to read about YOU and get to know you on a different level.
  3. Provide a list of your favorite healthy snacks, foods, and recipes. Perhaps put into writing now some of the same things you say over and over to patients/clients in session. Don’t drink tap water, don’t eat hydrogenated oils, stay away from gluten, and here’s why… etc.  

I hope you have found this biz tip helpful! Stay well!”

Kim’s note:

With today’s technology, there are multiple roads leading to the proverbial Rome. Use all of them and find out which one works best for engaging patients-whether email, text, phone, postcards, Facebook, Instagram, or your own website. If you haven’t already done so, ask for your patients’ email addresses and keep track of them. You’ll be glad that you did. 

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any products mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Be advised that any nutritional program suggested is not intended as a treatment for any disease. The intent of any nutritional recommendation is to support the physiological and biochemical processes of the human body, and not to diagnose, treat, cure, prevent any disease or condition. Always work with a qualified medical professional before making changes to your diet, prescription medication, lifestyle, or exercise activities.

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