It’s the New Year! Which means, new habit making time. This time of year test to see how long our new habits will secure. We are going to lose weight, stop bad habits, create new habits, do all new stuff with the new year, right?
Reality sets in. We have curved off our goals already because we are not getting instant results. The poundage is barely less, the workouts are more, temptation sets in and BOOM, weakness overshadows our newly made dreams.
Do you ever think "I thought I’d be further along by now. How did I get to where I currently am? How can I get to where I want to be?"
Life is the sum of all our decisions. The cumulative effect of all the small decisions define who we are today. All those thousands of decisions we make daily are in front of you right now. But, do you ever ask yourself – How did I really get to where I am today, asking, are the results in my business where I thought they would be?
Do I lead my team with humble strength?
Does my team see me as an effective leader and manager of a business?
If any of those answers are no, this blog may be for you! Accelerate My Practice focuses on incremental growth using small, sustainable changes to provide empowerment within all members of the dental team. ALL.
Our business mantra is to teach you how to fish, providing tools to accomplish your goals. This may sound cliché , however, ask anyone of our former clients on their sustainable growth rate long after our services are completed. We start with the end in mind, reverse engineer your specific goals, breaking it down to small, manageable change. Once a single new task is mastered, we move to the next, adding tools for your tool belt of success.
How long do you wish to say, ‘If I did this differently, I would have that’ or ‘I have been doing this for so long, I don’t know where to begin to change.’ If you are new to dentistry and want to carve your business trajectory of sustainable success, now is the time to learn new, small, effective sustainable business habits that not only last a lifetime but allow you to choose to work when your colleagues are mid-career and struggling.