For medical practice owners (such as chiropractors, medical spas, physical therapists, etc.) attracting new patients and taking care of them is the name of the game.
Zack Siegel, son of a chiropractic practice owner, knows this all too well. Initially created to help grow his father’s practice, Zack started “Think Bullish,” a sales and marketing company that helps medical practices fill their offices with qualified new patients fast.
It All Started at Home
Zack’s company started as a way to use his marketing skills to help alleviate the stress surrounding significant financial hardships that his family had come to face. Zack shared a little about this with us:
“My family went through some pretty tough stuff financially growing up. We purchased a beautiful dream home in South Florida and came to find ourselves at a huge loss when it was determined that it had toxic Chinese drywall. The whole house became worthless overnight and with it went my family’s fortune.”
Zack knew that if he could learn how to build a business, he would be able to eliminate a lot of the stress that his family was experiencing and that of many others. So, at age 15, he picked up his first self-development book, and with a few trials and tribulations with various business ventures, he a few years later started his agency, “Think Bullish.”
“My dad referred me to a lot of his chiropractic friends, and since then we’ve grown pretty quickly into a big player in the R.O.I. [return on investment] driven marketing space,” Zack said.
For Zack, Quitting is Not an Option
But starting out your business career from the age of 15 comes with it’s up and downs. Zack attributes his strong perseverance back to his days on the high school wrestling team:
“There were many years when I was awful. Yet, I was one of the only guys in the wrestling room who would show up each day and work my tail off. When it came to matches, people were better than me, but I wouldn’t quit. There were many matches when I’d be bridging for the entire match, and although it was insanely challenging and highly unlikely that I’d win, I’d always keep fighting.
Over time I got better and with that fierce determination to never quit, I started to put a lot of wins on the board,” he said.
“With the right information and inspiration, we’re capable of far more than we give ourselves credit for,” Zack said.
Zack’s main drive comes from his desire to inspire and impact as many people as possible in his lifetime. A big part of why Zack started Think Bullish was to help change the lives of families just like his own. And though Zack has had a variety of mentors and influences over the years, there’s one special thing that reminds him of his purpose each and every day.
“The one thing that inspires me the most is my 15-year old self who, on vacation, picked up a special token: a key which reads ‘Inspire.’ The purpose of it is to wear it until you’ve demonstrated what it means, then pass it down to someone who you feel needs it.”
Whenever he wears this key around his neck, Zack is constantly reminded of its meaning and pushes himself to think about how he can inspire the world and leave a positive impact on more people.
Zack currently runs Think Bullish and works with a variety of medical practices, helping them “add massive amounts of new patients” and guaranteed growth. He talks about how he has tracked collected revenue for some of his clients over a 50x return on their investment with his company.
Think Bullish offers a “close and family-like” type of relationship with their clients, much like the way Zack has worked with his own father.
For more information, follow Zack on Facebook (@itszacksiegel) or visit thinkbullish.com. Also, join Zack’s Free Facebook group for medical offices (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thinkbullish/). He has reported that there is tons of valuable free information available for medical practice in his exclusive group.