I was a bad Atticus® client. I participated in the Atticus® program including group coaching. During that time I stubbornly refused to listen to most of the advice given me, and my advisor eventually fled to the mountains of Colorado.
Despite my best efforts, the program did exactly what it said it would do; i.e., helped me organize my practice, become more profitable, and improve efficiency.
When I was given a “money back guarantee,” I fully expected to be taking Mr. Powers up on that promise. I was frustrated in my efforts, however, because my practice did improve significantly.
I am, of course, aware of other participants in the Atticus® program, “brown-nosers” who religiously followed the program and got better results than myself. I must admit, however, that I did improve my practice dramatically even applying the least diligent of efforts.
Richard A. Filson
Filson & Penge, P.A.
2727 S. Tamiami Trail, Suite 2
Sarasota FL 34239