The holidays are in full swing, and it's common to reflect on the past year to take stock on how well, or not so well, things transpired.
While you're taking a closer look at your own achievements, do you find yourself inspired by what others have instead of feeling envious? Does it push you to try harder, look for different ways of doing things, or set goals to meet or exceed those of your peers?
It’s easy to fall victim to the “grass is always greener” in someone else’s pasture, but if you take a closer look at your practice, you may just find it has all the potential you’ve been looking for to make a splash in the coming months.
Voltaire stated, “Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.” That feeling of inspiration that comes from seeing others succeed should carry you into a new phase of wanting the same for your practice.
Many of us find ourselves reflecting on the good in our lives, and we feel thankful for what we have – Our families, friends, a successful practice, and a great team to name a few.
But we’d like to challenge you to be thankful for things you could have, might have, or wish to have in the coming months. This could include better cases, more staff, increased collections, better health (so you’re not stressed out all the time), or freedom from insurance.
Wanting more for yourself and your practice is natural, and admiring what others have can be just the catalyst you need to make it happen.
If there’s anything we’ve learned from working with thousands of dental professionals, it’s that you want a return for all your hard work — and maybe a well-deserved break from the dental grind.
We’ve partnered with doctors to help them grow their practice in many ways:
Cutting out the insurance middleman
Attracting high-value cases
Hiring the best dental talent
Growing their collections year-over-year
Giving them back their time for loved ones
Setting up their practice for a successful exit
All of the marketing strategies we help you employ resulted in lowered stress, more wealth, and more time for loved ones. And it’s because these doctors realized what they could have with a little effort – and help from us.
So while you’re preparing to spend another holiday season with family and friends, ask yourself, “Is there anything I don’t yet have that I’d like to be thankful for in the coming months?” And thensneak away to a quiet corner away from the holiday cheer and check out Dr. Tom Peterson’s story of pushing past his own limits to create a practice that gives back – not just takes. You’ll be glad you did.