A Minute (Or Two) With Colin Receveur, Episode 131
- Struggle is not a circumstance. It is a choice.
- For most dentists, struggle is that feeling where you want to be doing more but, for some reason, it’s just not happening.
- Some dentists experience this feeling from time to time. Other dentists spend their entire careers with this feeling.
- Despite what it might seem like, struggle is not a problem. It’s a clue. It’s a clue that something you’re doing isn’t working.
- For that reason, struggle is not something you “push through,” it is something you fix.
- Dr. Tom Peterson, the guy we call the Wealthiest Dentist in the World, is no stranger to struggle.
- He did that for a LONG time. And then he hit a wall and decided to quit.
- He decided to give up practicing like an average dentist and to do something else.
- He decided to stop practicing in the ways that created struggle.
- How did he accomplish that?
- By reconfiguring his practice to produce far MORE with much LESS work.
- That’s how he ended up doing over $4 million a year working two days a week.
- Everyone gets 24 hours a day. So the difference between the dentist who generates $800K a year and the one who generates $4 million a year comes down to how that time is used.
- You can use the time to do the things that create struggle or you can use it in ways that make struggle disappear.
- If you haven’t read Dr. Peterson’s story, then make sure you get a copy of it at www.WealthiestDentistReport.com
- Just knowing what is POSSIBLE could very well transform your future in dentistry.
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