Success in life or business comes down to two things: knowing what to do and doing it. It sounds so simple—most of us, with a little coaxing, can list the things we need to do to be successful—but many people get in the way of their own success and simply don’t do what needs to be done.

You already have everything you need to create a life of wealth, happiness, and peace of mind, you just need a little help to uncover that hidden potential, and a system to help you do what you already know you should be doing. It comes down to mindset, and that’s where AMP comes in.

The best training in the world won’t help if you’re not ready to learn it, so we use our Dental Seminars to put you and your team in the right mindset for success.

AMP uses the combination of Neurology and Psychology to break patterns and change behavior through the metaphor of personal growth. If we coached you on this like a psychology professor we can guess that doctors and their teams would become uninterested very quickly.

Personal distractions cost the average dental office more than $100K in lost productivity every year. What if we could teach your team some methods to change those distractions, what would it mean to bring the focus back into the practice? Taking a psychology approach in a dental practice helps not only the growth of the practice but the growth of each individual within the practice.

As industry professionals AMP understands how Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) play a role in success. This is an approach that creates lasting change in behavior. Our goal isn’t to only help the practice succeed but to also provide the practice with lasting change far after we’re done working with the practice.

Understanding and mastering the psychology and mindset leads to a massive increase in employee performance, case acceptance and team buy in.

  • Neurolinguistic Programming

  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy

We teach the secrets that all consumer products companies understand. Believe it or not people definitely don’t make logical decisions. As much as we don’t want to admit it consumers would rather purchase the newest iPhone than invest in their health.

The Consumer Behavior download will help explain why this is as well as draft some clear examples and language to use when speaking with patients.

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