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How Greg Eckel Added Over $1,000,000 To His Health Business With Better Storytelling

The Story Engine Podcast

On today’s episode, we have Greg Eckel. This is a very exciting and special episode because I was able to interview Greg in-person in his business Nature Cures Clinic in Portland, Oregon.  I met Greg a little over a year ago and we have had an amazing adventure together ever since.   Dr. Greg Eckel has been living in the Portland area since 1992. Dr. Eckel became increasingly aware of and concerned about the overuse of medications with children while teaching preschool, and this experience inspired his entry into Naturopathic and Chinese Medicine. In 2001 he co-founded Nature Cures Clinic. He is often asked what he specializes in with the quick retort, “treating people as whole dynamic beings moving through time and space.” We employ the physiology and biochemistry of the body in aiding in the healing possibilities. After 17 years in practice, he is continually amazed at the healing possibilities of the body and specializes in difficult and recalcitrant conditions. Dr. Eckel is trained in family practice and maintains a particular interest in neurology, allergies and asthma, and orthopedics.  Today we are going to be talking about how Greg made an extra one million dollars in his clinic by using digital marketing strategies, primarily an online summit.  We are also going to talk about the work we did together to create stories and a keynote speech that transformed his relationships with his clients. This is an amazing case study and story and I hope it inspires and uplifts you as well.   In This Episode: He focuses on being authentic and himself online just as he would in-person.    They talk about how to get people to go from a free summit to be interested in spending $20,000 at your business.  It is about really being really precise with your story.   He is always asking the question of how does he serve people better and looking at areas for improvement. And so much more!


27 Oct 2020