Dr. Ginger Bratzel talks about how doing more of what you love will promote growth in your dental practice.
This week’s topic came to me as I noticed a common issue I have heard from other dentists over time. It comes from that struggle between what they want to do and what they feel they can do. Upon further investigation we find they are strapped for time because they are doing things they don’t like to do or they shouldn’t be doing. So in this week’s video ezine I want to help give you a little focus on how you live your life and how you run your practice.
It’s those day-to-day things that come up while running a practice. I heard ‘I hate dealing with insurance’. While you might not be able to eliminate insurance from your dental practice all together, you can remove that task from your plate and delegate it to someone else.
We all have certain skills that we excel at and we need to embrace them. Maybe dealing with insurance drives you crazy, but maybe it doesn’t bother another team member as much.
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I want you to do what you are good it. I am challenging you now – for the next 30 days I want you to focus on spending more time doing things you love. Let me tell you how I define something you love, it’s something you lose track of time doing. If you find yourself looking at your watch the whole time that is probably not something you love. I personally lose track of time creating marketing campaigns. Many times I have looked up and realized hours have passed.
It’s like talking to a good friend and you realize an hour has gone by. I want you to find a ‘good friend’ in your work and embrace it.
This also applies to your personal life, too. What do you spend your weekend time doing? This will also help your business because you will return to the workweek with a clean re-energized slate. It’s all about finding a balance that works for you and your family. In that, is where you will find your genius.
In this video, you’ll learn about:
- Finding your life balance
- Doing what you love
- Finding the ‘good friend’ in your business