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As you know by now, HU is a community of Holistic Practitioners, which includes a very broad range of modalities.  The Groups feature allows community members to connect like-minded members based on a more specific niche within the Holistic Community.
 
Be sure to review the existing groups, and... see more join any that may be of interest to you.  HU has set up two groups as detailed below.
 
MARKETING GROUP
This new group will provide a forum for sharing marketing advice.  Many small business owners wear many different hats when managing their practice, making it difficult to be an expert in all facets of running a business.  If you have any questions about how to market your business in an ever changing environment, let us know.  We can provide advice on mobile marketing and social media management.
 
HU USER GROUP
This User Group is meant to provide community members a place to ask questions about the HU site, and how to utilize the various apps within the community, to ensure you get the most of your membership.  Members are also welcome to share how they have utilized the various apps and how it has helped them to connect and collaborate with other community members.
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At HU, we want to ensure the success of all community members.  This new group will provide a forum for sharing marketing advice.  Many small business owners wear many different hats when managing their practice, making it difficult to be an expert in all facets of running a business.  If you have... see more any questions about how to market your business in an ever changing environment, let us know.  We can provide advice on mobile and social media management.
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HU has created this User Group, to provide community members a place to ask questions about the HU site, and how to utilize the various apps within the community, to ensure you get the most of your membership.  Members are also welcome to share how they have utilized the various apps and how it has... see more helped to connect and collaborate with other community members.
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Fall is here, and so far it's been a beautiful one. I know many of my clients and readers are still enjoying their hikes and putting in more rounds of golf. Skiing season is ahead of us and I thought this would be a perfect time to cover healthy snacks for all of your outdoor activities. 
Before... see more we go over specific foods to bring, here are three tips to keep in mind when planning & packing for outdoor activities: 
1. ALWAYS READ FOOD LABELS
Whole, unprocessed foods are always the first choice, but if you are going to go for something packaged, the less ingredients, the better.
Always check for added sugar, it's hidden everywhere these days, even in things that may not taste sweet.
Try to get your energy from naturally occurring sugars first such as those found in fruits, vegetables, nuts or plain dairy before you reach for other snacks.
For packaged foods & snacks, a good rule is to keep the sugar content below 5 g per serving.
Watch for fat content - too much fat will leave you feeling slow, heavy and sleepy, and may severely affect your performance and overall experience.  
2. ENJOY BALANCED SNACKS
You’ll get the biggest bang for your buck by putting together snacks that balance out carbs with high quality protein, vegetables and natural fat. 
Natural fats in moderate amounts, such as avocado, walnuts and almond butter, are especially helpful for providing sustainable energy, reducing sugar cravings, and increasing satiation. 
3. BRING PLENTY OF ZERO CALORIE LIQUIDS 
For 0-2 hour outdoor activities water should be sufficient. Adding cut up fruit such as limes, lemons, oranges can add a ton of flavor without the extra calories. 
If it's really hot or humid, and you will be sweating for an extended amount of time, adding electrolytes to your water is always a good idea.
If you are trying to lose weight Smart Water is your go-to for electrolytes without the calories. But, if you want something with flavor, yet still low calorie, these Nuun tables will do the trick. 
WHAT TO PACK FOR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES 
fresh fruit, raw or slightly salted (if sweating a lot) nuts;
trail mix (avoid ones with cranberries and added oils);
greek yogurt with frozen or fresh berries and cinnamon;
shelf-stable protein shake such as Orgain Grass Fed Protein;
nitrate-free turkey, mustard, greens, tomato, cucumber sandwich on sprouted or whole grain bread such as Ezekiel;
peanut/almond butter sandwich with a sliced banana and cinnamon on sprouted or whole grain bread such as Ezekiel;
low sugar, high protein bars such as Garden of Life Fit Bar ;
hard boiled eggs with sliced veggies and/or fruit;
low sugar jerky or meat-based bars such as EPIC bar ;
fresh fruit with low-fat cheese sticks or low-sugar jerky;
Turkey & Quinoa mini quiches - recipe HERE 
homemade no bake Larabar copycat energy bars - recipe HERE
homemade Flourless Protein Shake Cookies - recipe HERE
WHAT TO AVOID
On the golf course: hotdogs, chips, most granola, snack bars and energy bars, candy bars, sodas, cookies, muffins, other baked goods, alcohol. 
While skiing: waffles, donuts, hot dogs, burgers, fries, cakes, pastries, chips, most granola bars, ice cream, candy bars, alcohol. 
While hiking: anything high in fat such as pastries, donuts, fries, chips. 
What are your favorites snacks and foods to bring when you are active outdoors? 
Share them with me and my readers by email or Facebook.   
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This pudding could easily be a healthier dessert substitute but you can also eat this for breakfast or as a snack. You can also customize it to your own liking, play with different fruits and toppings. Some of my faves are pear & peanut butter and this one blackberry & coconut... see more flakes. Hope you like it! 
Prep time: 3 minutes
Servings: 1
Nutrition info: 288 calories, 29 g carbs, 12 g fat, 19 g protein, 15 g natural sugar
Ingredients: 
1 container (5.3oz) Organic Greek Plain Yogurt (I used Stonyfield here)
1/4 cup water
1 cup blackberries
2 tablespoons chia seeds
1 tsp vanilla extract
sprinkle of coconut flakes
Directions: 
Mix yogurt, water and vanilla extract in a bowl  (make sure the mixture is pretty soupy as chia seeds will absorb the water and make this a lot thicker than in the beginning). 
Add chia seeds and stir well. 
Add fruit. 
Refrigerate overnight (or at least 4 hours). 
Notes: For more protein you can use more greek yogurt, or mix in some collagen powder or your favorite protein powder. 
For more articles and recipes check out my website: www.powernutritionct.com/blog
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Every day, millions of people rush to the pharmacy for some over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription pain medication. Most of us who live with the debilitating effects of chronic pain would do almost anything to find relief. While painkillers like ibuprofen, acetaminophen (the active ingredient in Tylenol)... see more or the more addictive opioid drugs can help manage your pain, know that they can also cause severe damage to your body.
OTC painkillers are considered safe by most people, but when taken in large doses they can be deadly. An acetaminophen overdose is one of the most common poisonings worldwide, causing numerous emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and deaths due to acute liver failure. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), overdose deaths involving prescription opioids have quadrupled in the past decade.
The good news is, more and more people are seeking natural alternatives to ease their aches and pains. So before you rush off to the pharmacy, check out the natural remedies below to heal your body and fight pain naturally.
1. Healthy weight
Give the body the right nutrients and it will start to heal itself. Maintaining a proper weight, or losing a few pounds if necessary, is a good way to start eliminating chronic aches and pain.
2. Exercise
Besides giving your body the nutrients it needs, regular exercise should also be part of your daily routine to manage and eliminate pain.
3. Turmeric
Turmeric is a nutrient powerhouse. Curcumin, turmeric’s main active compound, is one of the best remedies to fight chronic inflammation and pain. Research has shown that 500 mg of turmeric taken tw0 to four times a day can do wonders for people suffering chronic pain caused by osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
4. Capsaicin
The active ingredient in chili peppers, capsaicin, can temporarily block pain receptors in our skin. You can find capsaicin as a dietary supplement or as a pain-relieving cream for topical use.
5. Fish oil
When our body digests fish oil, anti-inflammatory, hormone-like chemicals called prostaglandins are created which help fight chronic pain.
6. Vitamin D
Many Americans spend too much time indoors, resulting in vitamin D deficiencies. Low levels of vitamin D have been associated with many diseases, chronic pain included.
7. Ice or heat packs
Pain can be caused by many things. While ice packs can help ease swelling and muscle or joint pain, some conditions will get better when you add a little heat.
8. Vitamin B12
Known as the painkilling vitamin, daily supplementation of 2 mg vitamin B12 promotes the regeneration of injured nerves. Vitamin B12’s analgesic effect has shown to be beneficial in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetic neuropathy, lower back pain, and neuralgia.
9. Ginger
If you are suffering from chronic inflammation and joint pain, powdered ginger, ginger oils, or ginger tablets can go a long way.
10. Willow bark
Commonly used to treat fever and inflammation, willow bark can be taken as a natural painkiller to treat arthritis, back pain, headaches, and inflammatory conditions. In the 1800s, willow bark’s active ingredient, salicin, was used to produce aspirin.
11. Skullcap
Skullcap, another powerful herb known for its medicinal power to treat anxiety, nervous tension, convulsions, and pain.
12. Magnesium
Magnesium – often called the master mineral – is involved in over 300 physiological reactions in your body. Upping your intake of magnesium through magnesium-rich foods such as pumpkin and sunflower seeds or magnesium supplements has shown to balance levels of NMDA, a brain chemical responsible for transmitting pain. However, if you are struggling with kidney issues, you should contact your physician first.
13. Acupuncture
Several studies have shown the beneficial effect acupuncture can have on arthritis pain.
14. Glucosamine
A dose of 500 milligrams of glucosamine sulfate taken three times a day has shown to alleviate symptoms of osteoarthritis.
15. Tart cherries
Packed with high levels of the antioxidant anthocyanin, tart cherries can help repair muscle damage to reduce muscle pain.
Originally written by Amy Goodrich and published on www.naturalnews.com
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We’ve all been there: After a long day at the office, you pick up takeout on the way home, zone out in front of the TV and fall asleep scrolling through your social media feed. It can happen to the best of us, but the lack of a healthy evening routine can be a serious saboteur when it comes to accomplishing... see more your overall wellness goals.
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I want to talk to you about something I like to call the "hamster wheel of high overhead.
It goes something like this...
You're in practice right now and you feel like you're just completely drowning in practice expenses.
Or...you want to start your own practice, but the idea of taking on... see more the financial risk is completely freaking you out. So let me break down what this "hamster wheel of high overhead" is and what you can do about it.
So let's see if this sounds familiar...The typical practice scenario that I'm seeing now in our industry is you have to start up your practice thousands of dollars in added debt.
You have to spend money on build up, getting the space ready, and buying all this equipment, and THEN you have to put thousands into it just to keep this thing going. You've got staff and expenses and maintenance and all of this stuff and end up spending thousands and thousands of dollars just to get a practice off the ground, let alone actually making a profit.
So you're thinking, "Ok, if I'm spending all this money on overhead, I'm going to have to see a lot of patients to be able to actually pay off the expenses and cover the bills, right let alone get a paycheck. So because I'm seeing a lot of patients I can only spend so much time with them because I need to cram in as many appointments into my practice as possible."
"And since I'm doing that I hope that I'm going to be making enough money to pay off the overhead. But just in case I'm not, I better start seeing even more patients."
It just becomes this hamster wheel of expenses, appointments, faster appointments, and you just find yourself burning out and just running through the cycle day in and day out.
You feel like you can't even get anywhere because all of my money has gone into your practice, and thinking, "I'm not even making anything! Heck I haven't even taken vacation!"
This hamster of high overhead has become such an epidemic in our industry, and it's one of the reasons why I believe that 50 percent of people in the health and wellness world are now dealing with burnout.
Because this cycle doesn't even make any business sense. You cannot build a thriving business if you're putting 50 percent of your money back into making it run.
So what's the opposite of that. Well I'll tell you, when quit my high volume associateship as a chiropractor, I knew that I didn't want to dump $10,000, $20,000, $30,000 a month into overhead, and I thought, "Ok, I need to completely flip this model and do it, so I'm not dealing with the hamster wheel of high overhead."
And I figured out how to do it so could I actually work part time. How to actually spend more time with my patients. How can I actually make the money that I keep.
So if you feel like you're dealing with the hamster wheel of high overhead or you feel like you could and you're putting your plans on hold because you want to start a practice but the financial risk is freaking you out...
Check out this guide I put together on something I call the OVV method.
It's the three principles that I used to build a part-time lifestyle practice that was without all of the stress.
And in this guide, I'll walk you through the three principles that I used to be able to break away from the high overhead, high volume grind, so I could actually build a stress-free practice.
So if that sounds like something that can help you, check it out by clicking here.
You'll get instant access to the free PDF, so you can get you to start applying these into your practice.
This is for you if you want to break away from that hamster wheel of high overhead or if you want to avoid it altogether. Hope to see you in the guide!
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As you know by now, HU is a community of Holistic Practitioners, which includes a very broad range of modalities.  The Groups feature allows community members to connect like-minded members based on a more specific niche within the Holistic Community.
 
Be sure to review the existing groups, and... see more join any that may be of interest to you.  HU has set up two groups as detailed below.
 
MARKETING GROUP
This new group will provide a forum for sharing marketing advice.  Many small business owners wear many different hats when managing their practice, making it difficult to be an expert in all facets of running a business.  If you have any questions about how to market your business in an ever changing environment, let us know.  We can provide advice on mobile marketing and social media management.
 
HU USER GROUP
This User Group is meant to provide community members a place to ask questions about the HU site, and how to utilize the various apps within the community, to ensure you get the most of your membership.  Members are also welcome to share how they have utilized the various apps and how it has helped them to connect and collaborate with other community members.
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At HU, we want to ensure the success of all community members.  This new group will provide a forum for sharing marketing advice.  Many small business owners wear many different hats when managing their practice, making it difficult to be an expert in all facets of running a business.  If you have... see more any questions about how to market your business in an ever changing environment, let us know.  We can provide advice on mobile and social media management.
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HU has created this User Group, to provide community members a place to ask questions about the HU site, and how to utilize the various apps within the community, to ensure you get the most of your membership.  Members are also welcome to share how they have utilized the various apps and how it has... see more helped to connect and collaborate with other community members.
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Fall is here, and so far it's been a beautiful one. I know many of my clients and readers are still enjoying their hikes and putting in more rounds of golf. Skiing season is ahead of us and I thought this would be a perfect time to cover healthy snacks for all of your outdoor activities. 
Before... see more we go over specific foods to bring, here are three tips to keep in mind when planning & packing for outdoor activities: 
1. ALWAYS READ FOOD LABELS
Whole, unprocessed foods are always the first choice, but if you are going to go for something packaged, the less ingredients, the better.
Always check for added sugar, it's hidden everywhere these days, even in things that may not taste sweet.
Try to get your energy from naturally occurring sugars first such as those found in fruits, vegetables, nuts or plain dairy before you reach for other snacks.
For packaged foods & snacks, a good rule is to keep the sugar content below 5 g per serving.
Watch for fat content - too much fat will leave you feeling slow, heavy and sleepy, and may severely affect your performance and overall experience.  
2. ENJOY BALANCED SNACKS
You’ll get the biggest bang for your buck by putting together snacks that balance out carbs with high quality protein, vegetables and natural fat. 
Natural fats in moderate amounts, such as avocado, walnuts and almond butter, are especially helpful for providing sustainable energy, reducing sugar cravings, and increasing satiation. 
3. BRING PLENTY OF ZERO CALORIE LIQUIDS 
For 0-2 hour outdoor activities water should be sufficient. Adding cut up fruit such as limes, lemons, oranges can add a ton of flavor without the extra calories. 
If it's really hot or humid, and you will be sweating for an extended amount of time, adding electrolytes to your water is always a good idea.
If you are trying to lose weight Smart Water is your go-to for electrolytes without the calories. But, if you want something with flavor, yet still low calorie, these Nuun tables will do the trick. 
WHAT TO PACK FOR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES 
fresh fruit, raw or slightly salted (if sweating a lot) nuts;
trail mix (avoid ones with cranberries and added oils);
greek yogurt with frozen or fresh berries and cinnamon;
shelf-stable protein shake such as Orgain Grass Fed Protein;
nitrate-free turkey, mustard, greens, tomato, cucumber sandwich on sprouted or whole grain bread such as Ezekiel;
peanut/almond butter sandwich with a sliced banana and cinnamon on sprouted or whole grain bread such as Ezekiel;
low sugar, high protein bars such as Garden of Life Fit Bar ;
hard boiled eggs with sliced veggies and/or fruit;
low sugar jerky or meat-based bars such as EPIC bar ;
fresh fruit with low-fat cheese sticks or low-sugar jerky;
Turkey & Quinoa mini quiches - recipe HERE 
homemade no bake Larabar copycat energy bars - recipe HERE
homemade Flourless Protein Shake Cookies - recipe HERE
WHAT TO AVOID
On the golf course: hotdogs, chips, most granola, snack bars and energy bars, candy bars, sodas, cookies, muffins, other baked goods, alcohol. 
While skiing: waffles, donuts, hot dogs, burgers, fries, cakes, pastries, chips, most granola bars, ice cream, candy bars, alcohol. 
While hiking: anything high in fat such as pastries, donuts, fries, chips. 
What are your favorites snacks and foods to bring when you are active outdoors? 
Share them with me and my readers by email or Facebook.   
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This pudding could easily be a healthier dessert substitute but you can also eat this for breakfast or as a snack. You can also customize it to your own liking, play with different fruits and toppings. Some of my faves are pear & peanut butter and this one blackberry & coconut... see more flakes. Hope you like it! 
Prep time: 3 minutes
Servings: 1
Nutrition info: 288 calories, 29 g carbs, 12 g fat, 19 g protein, 15 g natural sugar
Ingredients: 
1 container (5.3oz) Organic Greek Plain Yogurt (I used Stonyfield here)
1/4 cup water
1 cup blackberries
2 tablespoons chia seeds
1 tsp vanilla extract
sprinkle of coconut flakes
Directions: 
Mix yogurt, water and vanilla extract in a bowl  (make sure the mixture is pretty soupy as chia seeds will absorb the water and make this a lot thicker than in the beginning). 
Add chia seeds and stir well. 
Add fruit. 
Refrigerate overnight (or at least 4 hours). 
Notes: For more protein you can use more greek yogurt, or mix in some collagen powder or your favorite protein powder. 
For more articles and recipes check out my website: www.powernutritionct.com/blog
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Every day, millions of people rush to the pharmacy for some over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription pain medication. Most of us who live with the debilitating effects of chronic pain would do almost anything to find relief. While painkillers like ibuprofen, acetaminophen (the active ingredient in Tylenol)... see more or the more addictive opioid drugs can help manage your pain, know that they can also cause severe damage to your body.
OTC painkillers are considered safe by most people, but when taken in large doses they can be deadly. An acetaminophen overdose is one of the most common poisonings worldwide, causing numerous emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and deaths due to acute liver failure. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), overdose deaths involving prescription opioids have quadrupled in the past decade.
The good news is, more and more people are seeking natural alternatives to ease their aches and pains. So before you rush off to the pharmacy, check out the natural remedies below to heal your body and fight pain naturally.
1. Healthy weight
Give the body the right nutrients and it will start to heal itself. Maintaining a proper weight, or losing a few pounds if necessary, is a good way to start eliminating chronic aches and pain.
2. Exercise
Besides giving your body the nutrients it needs, regular exercise should also be part of your daily routine to manage and eliminate pain.
3. Turmeric
Turmeric is a nutrient powerhouse. Curcumin, turmeric’s main active compound, is one of the best remedies to fight chronic inflammation and pain. Research has shown that 500 mg of turmeric taken tw0 to four times a day can do wonders for people suffering chronic pain caused by osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
4. Capsaicin
The active ingredient in chili peppers, capsaicin, can temporarily block pain receptors in our skin. You can find capsaicin as a dietary supplement or as a pain-relieving cream for topical use.
5. Fish oil
When our body digests fish oil, anti-inflammatory, hormone-like chemicals called prostaglandins are created which help fight chronic pain.
6. Vitamin D
Many Americans spend too much time indoors, resulting in vitamin D deficiencies. Low levels of vitamin D have been associated with many diseases, chronic pain included.
7. Ice or heat packs
Pain can be caused by many things. While ice packs can help ease swelling and muscle or joint pain, some conditions will get better when you add a little heat.
8. Vitamin B12
Known as the painkilling vitamin, daily supplementation of 2 mg vitamin B12 promotes the regeneration of injured nerves. Vitamin B12’s analgesic effect has shown to be beneficial in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetic neuropathy, lower back pain, and neuralgia.
9. Ginger
If you are suffering from chronic inflammation and joint pain, powdered ginger, ginger oils, or ginger tablets can go a long way.
10. Willow bark
Commonly used to treat fever and inflammation, willow bark can be taken as a natural painkiller to treat arthritis, back pain, headaches, and inflammatory conditions. In the 1800s, willow bark’s active ingredient, salicin, was used to produce aspirin.
11. Skullcap
Skullcap, another powerful herb known for its medicinal power to treat anxiety, nervous tension, convulsions, and pain.
12. Magnesium
Magnesium – often called the master mineral – is involved in over 300 physiological reactions in your body. Upping your intake of magnesium through magnesium-rich foods such as pumpkin and sunflower seeds or magnesium supplements has shown to balance levels of NMDA, a brain chemical responsible for transmitting pain. However, if you are struggling with kidney issues, you should contact your physician first.
13. Acupuncture
Several studies have shown the beneficial effect acupuncture can have on arthritis pain.
14. Glucosamine
A dose of 500 milligrams of glucosamine sulfate taken three times a day has shown to alleviate symptoms of osteoarthritis.
15. Tart cherries
Packed with high levels of the antioxidant anthocyanin, tart cherries can help repair muscle damage to reduce muscle pain.
Originally written by Amy Goodrich and published on www.naturalnews.com
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We’ve all been there: After a long day at the office, you pick up takeout on the way home, zone out in front of the TV and fall asleep scrolling through your social media feed. It can happen to the best of us, but the lack of a healthy evening routine can be a serious saboteur when it comes to accomplishing... see more your overall wellness goals.
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I want to talk to you about something I like to call the "hamster wheel of high overhead.
It goes something like this...
You're in practice right now and you feel like you're just completely drowning in practice expenses.
Or...you want to start your own practice, but the idea of taking on... see more the financial risk is completely freaking you out. So let me break down what this "hamster wheel of high overhead" is and what you can do about it.
So let's see if this sounds familiar...The typical practice scenario that I'm seeing now in our industry is you have to start up your practice thousands of dollars in added debt.
You have to spend money on build up, getting the space ready, and buying all this equipment, and THEN you have to put thousands into it just to keep this thing going. You've got staff and expenses and maintenance and all of this stuff and end up spending thousands and thousands of dollars just to get a practice off the ground, let alone actually making a profit.
So you're thinking, "Ok, if I'm spending all this money on overhead, I'm going to have to see a lot of patients to be able to actually pay off the expenses and cover the bills, right let alone get a paycheck. So because I'm seeing a lot of patients I can only spend so much time with them because I need to cram in as many appointments into my practice as possible."
"And since I'm doing that I hope that I'm going to be making enough money to pay off the overhead. But just in case I'm not, I better start seeing even more patients."
It just becomes this hamster wheel of expenses, appointments, faster appointments, and you just find yourself burning out and just running through the cycle day in and day out.
You feel like you can't even get anywhere because all of my money has gone into your practice, and thinking, "I'm not even making anything! Heck I haven't even taken vacation!"
This hamster of high overhead has become such an epidemic in our industry, and it's one of the reasons why I believe that 50 percent of people in the health and wellness world are now dealing with burnout.
Because this cycle doesn't even make any business sense. You cannot build a thriving business if you're putting 50 percent of your money back into making it run.
So what's the opposite of that. Well I'll tell you, when quit my high volume associateship as a chiropractor, I knew that I didn't want to dump $10,000, $20,000, $30,000 a month into overhead, and I thought, "Ok, I need to completely flip this model and do it, so I'm not dealing with the hamster wheel of high overhead."
And I figured out how to do it so could I actually work part time. How to actually spend more time with my patients. How can I actually make the money that I keep.
So if you feel like you're dealing with the hamster wheel of high overhead or you feel like you could and you're putting your plans on hold because you want to start a practice but the financial risk is freaking you out...
Check out this guide I put together on something I call the OVV method.
It's the three principles that I used to build a part-time lifestyle practice that was without all of the stress.
And in this guide, I'll walk you through the three principles that I used to be able to break away from the high overhead, high volume grind, so I could actually build a stress-free practice.
So if that sounds like something that can help you, check it out by clicking here.
You'll get instant access to the free PDF, so you can get you to start applying these into your practice.
This is for you if you want to break away from that hamster wheel of high overhead or if you want to avoid it altogether. Hope to see you in the guide!
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