A Minute (Or Two) With Colin Receveur, Episode 108
- If there's one thing more than any other that keeps dentists from the upper levels of financial success, it's a learned addiction to simply working too hard.
- We're told hard work is a virtue, but not when it chains you beside a chair for 30 years. Your mind gets trained to think that effort is forever bound to results.
- If it feels like you're carrying the weight of the entire practice on your shoulders, my hunch is that you're leaving a lot of money on the table.
- Why? Because stress and pressure are clues that there is tremendous potential to offload some of that heavy lifting in your practice.
- This doesn't mean giving up control. It means changing how your control over the practice is implemented.
- If you're going to achieve higher and higher levels of success, you simply can't micromanage every detail within your practice all of the time.
- The good news is that systems can do this for you. You, as the CEO, build, optimize, and refine the systems that will control the practice for you.
- You do this with marketing. You do this with recruiting. You do this with hiring. You do this with the performance of your teams and much, much more.
- But what's the goal of all this systematizing? One word, profit. More profit in your pocket more often.
- If you can wean yourself off of the habit of always being willing to simply work harder, then you can have the time to ask yourself the more profitable questions like how else can we get this done without working harder?
- To dig deeper into maximizing the profit of your practice with a systems-based approach, get a copy of our free report, the Ultimate Profit Fix, you can find it here for a limited time.
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