Begin TODAY with those few daily disciplines that are critical for all private practice owners.
As Joan Rivers says, Can we talk?
In today’s article I want to talk a little about private practice owners behavior. And I’m not singling anyone out because I too used to wait on “Someday Isle”.
You know, “someday I’ll have the practice I really want”. Or the nice car, dress or new home in an incredible location.
But I got turned around very quickly when some mentors who really cared about me weren’t afraid to tell me thinking small was selling myself short.
Now, make no mistake about it, it IS a lot of work to build the life you really want. But who you become in the process teaches everyone around you what they can accomplish too!
What really struck home with me was working with patients that were sick, and dying in nursing facilities for 5 years while a student. Or watching patients die in the hospital. As a young, impressionable nursing assistant, doctors, nurses and yes especially patients always encouraged me never to drop an anchor on “Someday Isle”.
Because you never know when life will end. Game over.
“Discipline weighs ounces, regret weighs tons”, as Jim Rohn, said.
Begin TODAY with those few daily disciplines that are critical for all private practice owners. You know, tweaking your staffing systems, fully developing specialty care. Marketing like you know you need to in a crap economy.
Write out your goals, and then have the guts to double them!
Be all you can be to your patients today.
Serve them, not some 3rd party BS.
This is after all where all your rewards in your life in healthcare will come from.
Never forget it.
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