Join your fellow colleagues for a warm weekend of learning, connecting
and the beach in South Florida.
The first CSA Retreat in Portland, Oregon was a huge success and attendees took home actionable strategies and enjoyed the weekend activities. Some of the best learning was in small group interactions with the speakers and attendees. This is our same goal at CSA Palm Beach.
Saturday December 14th will be classroom work at the Seagate Hotel & Spa with lunch buffet provided.
Saturday night we have rented out a private bar and room at The Silverball Pinball Museum which is the hottest thing in Delray Beach, Florida. With classic pinball and arcade games to play, great food to eat, cool drinks to enjoy and fun events to take part in – Silverball Museum has all of the above, and then some. Join us for dinner, drinks and old school gaming!
Sunday we will take the Seagate Hotel’s trolley to the beach and enjoy a few hours of small group discussion with our 4 speakers to dive deep into your marketing and business needs. At 11:30am we will break and enjoy the beach for some rest and relaxation before you leave for your flight.
We have lined up 2 amazing guest speakers in Dr. Jeff Langmaid and Jon Morrison to join CSA founders Dr. Kevin Christie and Dr. Bobby Maybee.
All four will present on marketing and business to help grow your practice or future practice.
“Thank you doesn't seem like enough for putting on the CSA retreat, but THANK YOU!
When I see ads for practice management coaches and the like, it's usually pretty easy to tell which ones are bullshit. "I'm giving away my 5 best secrets for closing the deal!" or other crap. Great, you're giving me what worked for you. I know darn well that what works for one person won't work for another person. We see it every day in practice. Yes, I needed a "step 1, 2, 3,..." plan to follow, but I needed MY "step 1, 2, 3...." plan, not someone else's. After a weekend at the CSA Retreat I have a step 1. More importantly, I have the motivation to take that step 1. Next most importantly, I have a few people in my corner to hold me accountable.
Step 1: Pick a channel and start. For me, that's going to be putting my common recommendations on my YouTube channel and driving my patients there.
Step 2: Leveraging my "free patients" into building an email list and increasing my online presence. (Free patient: I don't market, nearly everyone I see is an internal referral from the primary care side. The most marketing-y thing I've done was create a professional Facebook page and ask my friends to "like" it. I have 11 new patients this week that I didn't spend any money to schedule, assuming they all show up. I have a tribe of people who like me, but I only connect when they come in for a visit.)
I learned this weekend to ask, "Who, not how?" and was informed of several online resources to answer that question. Some are no-cost, some are low-cost, some are spendy. But they will help you automate, outsource, or optimize your workflow.
Lastly, I cannot believe the genuine generosity displayed by Bobby Maybee, Kevin Christie, Josh Satterlee and Aaron Jorgensen. There was no ego, there was no "I'm up here". There was simply, "We have a unique knowledge base and thought process, we would like to help you solve your sticking point." Seriously, their entire attitude is, "I want YOU to be successful because it's good for the profession."
I'm sold. This is legit. This movement will continue an upward trajectory as long as we have selfless individuals willing to give up their first official summer weekend to teach, share, mentor, learn, and drink plenty of beer.”
- Dr. Andrew Wolfman