Physical Therapist Tip – How to Get the Results You Want

How do you get the results that you want?

Open YouTube right now, and put in the search bar “Physical Therapist” and a YouTube video called “Should You Be A Physical Therapist” comes up number one.

It’s tough to get ranked on YouTube; “Getting ranked” means that you put in a search for something and your video comes up on the first page. It’s a difficult thing to achieve.

We did that in 10 months, and have maintained it for 2 years now.

The truth of the matter is we’ve been massively consistent. There’s been no physical therapist on YouTube that has put out the amount of videos that I have put out in the last year.

With my schedule, I dedicate 6 hours a week just for me to respond to all of the people that need my help. That’s the truth. It takes consistent work.

There is nothing done without hard work and consistency.

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It took me 16 years to pull off this “overnight success.”

It’s just that you all are seeing me over the last year or so because I have decided to help a group of people.

The truth of the matter is this has been going on for a long time, and that’s why you guys will always hear me saying, “do what you love” because it’s going to be hard, and there’s no way around it.

Life is hard. Becoming successful is hard. So might as well do stuff that you liked to do. Things… Click To Tweet.

I love receiving messages or getting on the phone with these kids, students, and people that are 40-50 years old that want to take it to the next level. I love it.

Do not get roped into this overnight success.

Find people that you are passionate for serving.

Ask yourself a few questions, “Who would I want to serve?” “What would I love doing if money wasn’t an issue?”

That is your mission, that is your gift. If you can’t figure it out, sit down longer.

When you do that, then you can start figuring out how to serve those people.

That is the key. In the past I used to think, “I am going to grind hard in PT, and I am going to retire”

What is working better for me is thinking this way….which is that I needed to know how to enjoy myself in physical therapy every single day.

That’s what I needed to figure out.  Once I figured it out, I had to start asking this…

“How can I get my staff to enjoy it every day?”

Then my next question was….

“How can I get other PTs around the world to enjoy PT every day?”

If I gave you $20,000 more per year, but you are freaking miserable, would you be ok with that?

You hated the types of patients you are working with, your boss, the environment, everything about the situation, but I gave you $20,000 more a year.

That’s brutal, right? It doesn’t even make sense. No, you are not going to put a jackhammer to my head and give me $10 extra per hour. You are not going to do that.

 

Stay within what you are about – stay within your truth.

Be in your element, stay consistent, and keep it real. That’s the key to success.