Always in a rush?
Are most days spoken for?
Not much room for doing nothing?
Busy isn’t better.
I guarantee that there are many things that you are doing that aren’t necessary and aren’t adding value to your practice or to your life.
From policies and procedures to self-induced goals and commitments, both socially and professionally, ask yourself what it’s all about for you…
- Peace of mind?
- Less stress?
Then remind yourself of what you already know…
- A bigger house isn’t necessarily a better home.
- Attempting to catch up to or impressing others is meaningless.
- More money and more stuff won’t make you (much) happier.
I built ChiroTrust after doing it all and having it all.
And I can honestly say that I pushed myself too far and too fast and got nowhere that’s meaningful.
Sure, I have a few bucks that I will never use, need or spend.
So listen to Uncle Ben… 🙂
Take it slow!
There is an upside to downsizing what you think it takes to be happier and better off.
The ChiroTrust “schtick” of working only Monday – Thursday, not over selling or over treating, ONLY giving patients what they want, nurturing and maintaining relationships, and communication for life isn’t just “schtick”…
It’s a way to build better without “busy”.