I’m a member of Decade One Northeast. I’m a solo practitioner in Maine. My practice focuses on general wellness.
What I like the best and find the most refreshing is being part of a non-competitive supportive group of my peers. You get the opinions and viewpoints of 20 other practitioners. Often, as practice owners we have tunnel vision for how well we think we’re doing things. As an example, I went into the first meeting thinking that my website was fantastic. What I learned is that it wasn’t clearly representing my brand. My brand is also something that I really clearly defined after the first meeting. Now if I have a business question, I pose it to the Facebook group and receive multiple answers. It saves time and often offers suggestions I would never have thought of.
Joining Decade One has to be one of the best decisions I’ve made, outside of opening my own practice.