Capture Your Own Image: How to Get Started On Your Website

If you are looking for a strategy to start a website for your business, the following steps will help you get started in developing useful website content. 

Step 1:  Write your “Mission Statement”Screenshot 2016-08-12 21.25.06

Use this text to describe your intent for social interactions, business communication, and any other type of inquiry someone visiting your site may have based on your service/product.

Identify who you network with best.

Write something personal, professional, and thoughtful about why you do what you do.

Invite new connections and add content which highlights your favorite areas of interest (i.e. your philosophy/special skill set or technique, special tools you have, great clients you have worked with etc..)

Here is one we did for the DCTree

Here is some great work by Dr. Nathan Siebenaller, who did this very well: CLICK HERE TO VIEW DR. NATHAN’S WEBSITE

Step 2:  Use this newly polished first draft document to get input from one or two different volunteer editorsScreenshot 2016-08-12 21.22.49

Send your new content to someone that you admire for their perspective. Ask for advice like topics you could help clarify or details you could add or remove.

Sleep on it for a night and read it again the next day.

Make any final edits and then it’s time to get this in front of your audience.

Facebook, Instagram, email campaigns.

When you’re comfortable with what you’ve got, hit that publish button!

 

 

Step 3: Start a new post and brainstorm + document 5 topics of interest 

Number your page one through five and pick your 5 favorite aspects of what you do. Screenshot 2016-08-12 21.49.13

Under each topic you can simply write everything important that comes to mind.  Don’t worry if you start with 1 word or a phrase. Use each numbered topic to write about experiences you’ve had and who you are looking to work with. Talk about the solution you provide and how to access it.

 

 

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What’s Stopping You From Growing Your Network? Technique?

I met Dr. Chris Reid a few years back, and I have been more aware of my profession ever since.  His dedication to chiropractic philosophy and continuing education can not be mirrored or mocked.

Imagine if you were running an extremely successful diversified/heavy-force manual adjusting practice, and you turned the whole thing upside down for new research and new concepts.  (1)

Can you make a change? Of course.

Will you?

Up to you.

Dr. Reid learned Koren Specific Technique so he could “ask the body” by using a binary biofeedback challenge called the Occipital Drop to check and correct subluxation and shut off the stress response.  He also started using the NeuroInfiniti/Stress Response Evaluation as a part of his Neurologically Based Chiropractic examination.

No matter your level of success or technique, do you think you could benefit from technology that proves the need for your care?  Allows you to read the nervous system and correct subluxation in order while never over adjusting?

What’s stopping you from growing your network?

 

Finding Your Voice

We are creating something new.

That’s why I have compiled a network of amazing Doctors of Chiropractic, brain-based wellness experts, researchers, various students, along with entrepreneurs and tech gurus.  Together, this team has worked to build an online networking tool, known as The DCTree.  I have no doubt that this network can be used to meet personal and professional goals.

We must recognize that we are always learning. Wether your success comes from free DCTree resources or productive web solutions, our intent is to use these relationships to document our usefull experiences.  I believe by doing so, it will allow us all to grow and benefit.  That is why I am working together with the DCTree team to help expand our mission –> see here:  http://thedctree.org/what-can-the-dctree-do-for-you/

Are you a DC student looking to build your network? Join us at one of our many events.

Are you a chiropractic entrepreneur or blogger, interested in participating?  Contact: info@thedctree.com

Are you an experienced professional, willing to share your insights to the next generation?  link us up- we proudly share your content/info.

To reaching your potential,

Cory St. Denis, D.C.

Cory@theDCTree.com

OPEN TO ALL BUSINESS INQUIRES — LOOKING FOR WRITERS — ASK ABOUT OUR PODCAST INTERVIEWS

 

PODCAST POST: Interview with Dr. Cory St. Denis

Summary 

Cory St. Denis is the Co-Founder and Creative Director at the DCTree. This movement and company sprouted from his vision of ensuring all Chiropractic students receive the cutting edge technique, neuroscience and identity building information he was exposed to at training sessions with his mentors. He is passionate about building a coalition to bridge the gap between new Chiropractors and practice fulfillment. At the time of this interview, he was a doctoral student and senior intern at Logan University.

Optimistic Quote – Affirmation

“You are the average of the six people you spend the most time with”.

Top Three Core Values

1. Honesty

2. Health

3. Passion

Life & Practice Struggle 

Applying himself to the academics of Chiropractic college.

What’s Working and Amazing in Life & Practice

DcTree website development and creation. Professional networking site.