This may be unusual dental practice advice by why not skip the resolutions this year and apply my ten rules instead for a more satisfying life in dentistry and personally.
Nothing makes me happier than having the ability to get what I want both for myself and for others.
Give and take is the highest form of human interaction. It’s one of the main reasons I built dentistry’s most trusted ethical selling system for niche services that helps doctors like you get far more of what you want from any and all practice endeavors, goals, and education.
Here are ten things for this year that will get you close to any and all goals you have for yourself financially or personally:
Step 1: Eliminate as much clutter as possible out of your office, home, and life. Anything that you haven’t used in the last 12 months is sold, given away, or thrown out. If you can’t sell it fast, then donate it to charity regardless of what you paid for it. Clutter sucks away valuable mental energy and requires ongoing maintenance that consumes your most valuable non-renewable
Step 2: Remove chemicals from your home life and as much as possible from your clinical life. No bleach, windex, or toxic cleaners of any kind unless they are safe and natural.
Step 3: Remove sugar from your diet and that includes fake sugar.
Step 4: Spend more time with friends and family.
Step 5: Stop worrying about what other people think. STOP! Who cares what make of vehicle you drive, how many suits you own, what kind of marketing you do, or if you if you belong to some club?
Step 6: Exercise 7 days a week. Even if it’s just a 30 minute walk, 20 minutes on a stationary bike or treadmill, 100 push-ups spread throughout the day between patients, a full body garage
workout, or a gym habit.
Step 7: Meditate, pray, or practice some sort of quiet reflective time, daily. Personally I like a few minutes of deep breathing combined with reading Marcus Aurelius’ meditations a few pages
at a time to reset my thinking.
Step 8: Take off 3 days in a row each and every week. I recommend Fri.-Sun. If you can’t “afford” to do this you are: A) delegating poorly or B) are not selling at the right fees or C) both.
If it’s is B, call 206-905-1874 IMMEDIATELY so we can help you fix how you sell for a lifetime. Without it, you will remain a slave to your week or set up an appointment with me here.
Step 9: Always be nice, generous, and put others before yourself.
Step 10: When you are working, work hard. Put in the time. Turn off all electronic leashes and distractions. Never stop investing in your capabilities and in what makes you confident.
Do these things and you’ll have a better chance at financial riches but you will also consistently have what can’t be bought: health and happiness. To help you on the way to a more satisfied dentist, check out my website which will set you on the road to a happier practice. You could also read my book for sale on Amazon.