If you are a successful D.C., I know I’m preaching to the choir — you already know that if you can’t run a business, then you can’t succeed in business.
That is why working ON your practice is so crucially important and can never end. Working “IN” your practice, on the other hand, is optional.
When you make good business decisions, you make fewer costly mistakes.
You also lose fewer patients and attract more “business”.
So how much time do you spend protecting your confidence, reading business books, and being around successful business people?
My personal development/business diet requires an extra hour set a side per day. Usually between 9 pm and 10 pm…and I’ve been at this business for more than 20 years…successfully.
School is never out for the Pro.
Remember that. 🙂