Well, right about now you are probably starting to think more about “work” and that’s great BUT…
In order to nurture your optimism, add fire to your work ethic, and manage any tendencies towards worry, wonder, and total practice sabotage…
Here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Patients buy what they want, when they want, and how they want. It’s your job to maintain their attention and be ready.
- January doesn’t need to be your best month. The key is direction, speed, momentum, and consistency.
- Don’t let the calendar stress you out. In other words, it really doesn’t matter what month or year it is. Every day is a gift. Take that gift, make the most of it, and that’s your life. Nothing more, nothing less.
- The less you want and need, the happier you will be. Focus on your values and what makes you feel fulfilled.
- You really don’t own anything or anyone. Don’t be hard on yourself. Learn how to breathe, eat clean, and move. Increase your immunity to criticism, opinions, regret, and any unreasonable guilt.
- Shock your patients with vulnerability, honesty, and service.
- Raise up your B.S. antenna. Just because somebody is selling, doesn’t mean they are credible or that you should consider or buy. Use common sense.
- Operate on worst case scenarios. Only invest what you can afford to lose financially, emotionally, and with respect to your time.
- Be careful who you allow in your head. Nobody should be allowed in if they always trigger negative emotions.
- Create daily rituals that are congruent with your goals and your ideal day.
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