Well, we’ve been officially open for 1-month! The past 4-weeks have had their ups and downs.
Opening a practice from scratch isn’t easy, but it has been so much fun, and very rewarding.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been very busy trying to give you guys loads and loads of value.
And we really haven’t shared much of our personal lives with you guys.
Which we’ve decided needs to change. We’re not just walking/talking robots reciting health information. We our real people and have real lives.
For all our successes, we also have some defeats. We’re not perfect, and suffer with our own issues from time to time.
So, we plan on sharing more of our personal stuff in the future, in order to help more people.
We also plan on having even more fun!
Ultimately, creating better health should be enjoyable! And we figured you guys wouldn’t mind following along.
So, if you’ve been with us for any length of time, then you’ve most likely learned a little about myself, and Dr. Lauren.
However, we haven’t really talked to much about the third member of the team, Sharon.
Sharon is in charge of all the day-to-day operations at Prime. In fact, if you ever have a question for us, or want to get scheduled to come see us, you will most likely be talking with Sharon.
WHICH IS A GOOD THING!
She brings a calming, consistent, and gentle influence to our practice. We don’t like to brag, but we really hit it out of the park when we hired her!
One of the best things about Sharon is when we throw a curveball at her, she takes it in stride and always seems to beat our expectations (*Side Note* When you open your own business there are a billion curveballs).
Now to the point of this week’s blog…
There’s a popular segment Vogue puts out called 73-questions.
Have you seen it?
If you haven’t, click the link above. It’s worth 5-10 minutes of your time.
They pick a new celebrity each time, and ask them random questions so the viewers can get a deeper look into how their favorite stars tick.
We know we’re not celebrities, but we still thought it would be fun to try our hand at this.
Now, 73-questions seemed like a lot…so we cut it down to 30. After all, our office isn’t a mansion in the Hollywood Hills to walk through and keep asking questions.
So, we put Sharon on the spot for a few minutes and asked her all sorts of prying questions.
Outcome: she did an awesome job and would make a great celebrity!