The 3 reasons why you must systematize your practice & business




The purpose of this course is for you to gain a deeper understanding of WHY you must systematize your practice clinic and business, and to stimulate your innovative mindset to produce systems that will positively impact the lives of everyone involved (SELF, CLIENT, TEAM).

Within the following lessons we will touch on many different aspects of your practice and business that should be systematized and automated. These are primarily areas that would apply to any practice or business. Although there are many parts of any business that are the same, each are also different, and have different priorities, so this is where the understanding of WHY you need to systematize is important. You will begin to recognize more and more parts of your business and practice that cry out to be systematized and you will be excited to make it happen because of the results that come with automation.

Whether you like it or not systematizing your business and practice, as many aspects of it as humanly possible, is an essential ingredient in it’s success, or failure. What organizing and systematizing ultimately does is take things off of yours or other staff member’s plates and filters them into an automated state – i.e. they take FAR less time, and you do not have to think about them near as much. Conclusion – more time for more important high value projects and tasks that are more enjoyable, not so fast paced and stressful, and actually are what drives the company to grow and produce. Shouldn’t you be writing about your knowledge and experiences vs. double checking whether a new client was properly taken care of by reception or the product order quantities checked out with the invoice…I could go on and on with all the stuff that can be systematized and delegated to free up your time, but the personal needs of each practice are different so you have to start exploring this for yourself – but begin to systematize and get stuff off your plate today – your business depends on it.

As I was putting together these steps I realized a succinct way to summarize the elements of your practice and business that need to be systematized, it really simply boils down to this;

Anything you do to operate your business or practice that you foresee having to do more than once, should be documented in a precise and detailed manner so that it becomes an automated process, and can be replicated by anyone. The task ends up taking less and less of your (or your staff’s) time and mental capacity, and ensures it is done right, every time.