I talk to a lot of doctors who feel and experience an actual income and/or production ceiling. It’s not unusual nor is it a bad thing. It’s simply an indicator or symptom of a bigger challenge: growing your practice.
Most of us reach our solo potential at some point. It’s then that the challenge begins.
To get past the blockage, it first takes acknowledgement that we’ve reached a block. Next, we must have the desire to get through or around it. Finally, we must accept help if we want to experience accelerated success! (Or, continue to be bogged down and on our own.)
That very last step is often the most difficult for hard charging, independent entrepreneurs to accept…”Do you mean I have to ASK or seek help?” Yes, that’s exactly what I am saying.
You see, even the best and brightest seek help — because they understand it’s far tougher and takes longer to do it on your own — solo.
When you reach your solo potential, seeking help to get you to the next level is not an admission of failure. Quite the opposite: It’s an admission to yourself and those around you that you have more greatness to achieve and you’re engaged in reaching it.
We will never learn all there is to know through our own experiences — so relying on others and sharing their experiences expands our knowledge base and skills faster than any other way.
To do that, tap into the power of a dental office franchise — it’s the largest, most powerful Mastermind in Dentistry.
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