Ep367. How Hidden Potential Can Fuel Your Practice Growth. Martin Harvey

In this episode of the Marketing Your Practice Podcast, I sit down with Martin Harvey to dive into Adam Grant’s thought-provoking book, Hidden Potential. Join us as we explore the key concepts and ideas from the book and discuss how they can be applied to grow your chiropractic practice.

Tune in to hear our take on:

  • Unleashing Hidden Potential through Character Skills: Discover why the people who grow the most aren’t necessarily the smartest, but those who strive to make themselves and others smarter.
  • Embracing Deliberate Play: Find out how to make practice and skill development enjoyable, rather than a grind, to enhance learning and improvement.
  • Balancing Perfection and Progress: Understand the importance of focusing on progress over perfection and how to implement this in your daily practice.
  • Seeking Discomfort: Instead of just striving to learn, aim to feel uncomfortable. Pursuing discomfort sets you on a faster path to growth.

Whether you’re looking to enhance your leadership skills, improve team dynamics, or simply gain new insights into practice growth, this episode offers valuable takeaways that you can start implementing right away.

Thanks for all you do. Keep saving lives!


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Dr Martin Harvey is inspired by the potential that chiropractic care has to transform the health of our communities. He is the immediate Past President of the Australian Spinal Research Foundation, is a sought after speaker and leads a multi-doctor family practice in Melbourne, Australia. Martin was awarded the Chiropractors Association of Australia (Vic) “Chiropractor of the Year” Award for 2012, Parker Seminars “2010 International Chiropractor of the Year”, and was honored as an inaugural Member of the Australasian College of Chiropractors.

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