This will help you first get aware of what you're doing, your actions on a day-to-day basis.
If you're not aware of them that you can't change them.
The first thing you got to know is, there's a problem, or there's an issue.
>>You feel really busy, and you want to know how do I get less busy, right? How effective are you? Are you getting a lot done in that business? Usually not.
Now, 9 years into my own practice and probably for the first 5 or 6 years felt so busy, working so many hours. Doing well, but now I look at what we do and it’s just amazing how I’m working so much less, doing so much less and our office is so much more successful, so much more productive, things are getting done so much faster, we’re getting more projects happening, more effectively than I could have done, you know, what we're doing now in a month, used to take a 6 months to a year to get done, and this is one of the keys to that.
What this is called an action analysis.
The key is to get clear about what your skills are and start using and honing them immediately. There are always a million reasons not to do YOUR work.
There is a resistance that fights you.
It appears in your doubts, fears, excuses, and holds you back from making the impact you seek to make.
It tells you: "you can’t charge that much," "you can’t see that many people," "you can’t take that time off," "only you can do that," ....and then you end up stuck.
Unable to grow, Unable create freedom, Unable to prosper.
The only way I know to overcome this resistance
- Action Analysis
- Associate Dr
- Crisis Management
- Day 1/Day 2
- Doctor Tips
- Dr. FJ
- Financial Presentation
- front office
- Hiring and Training
- Internal Marketing
- New Patients
- Patient Loyality
- Practice Growth
- Rhino University
- Scale your Practice
- social media
- staff meetings
- Steve Jobs
- Unique Corrective System
- Warren Buffett
- work/family balance