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Monday, June 3, 2013

Permission to Succeed

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Permission to Succeed

Your biggest enemy to your success is not your bottom line, it’s not your office staff, and it’s not your patients. It is you. Most people stand in their own way of succeeding because they are busy telling themselves what they can’t achieve instead of finding ways to achieve the things they want. We create excuses on why something is going to go wrong or why we are not able to get more patients in the door. But you don’t have to fall in to this category anymore. You can give your self permission to succeed. 

            Giving yourself the open door to achieve success is not going to happen over night. It is going to take some hard work on your part however, the first steps are simply putting the excuses to the side and moving forward. If you want to have your schedule filled, then take the time to do some research on creating schedules. If you want a happier staff then build a team who promotes themselves to customer service genies instead of front office. And give them permission to achieve their goals as well.
          
   Here are  a few other suggestions to get you started:

1.     Pick what three things you need to change in order to succeed
2.     Write them down and put them all around you
3.     Write out the steps you need to take in order for you achieve these goals
4.     Restate your goals to yourself throughout the day and often
5.     Keep record of your progress, tweak what isn’t working and celebrate what is.

You are worth all of the success you want to achieve in this world and you don’t have to change everything in your office to be a successful business. You do have to take the time to step outside the box though and get out of your own way. 

Great teams take effort. Take time to work on your practice regularly to build teamwork and strengthen your results. For more information and to read other articles, please visit us at www.saltdpm.com.


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