Dr. Ginger Bratzel talks about knowing the right time to handle issues in your dental practice.
In your dental practice when you are presented with an issue, the first tendency is to try to resolve it quickly and move on. But that lets this urgency become an emergency, which derails all your positive momentum.
I wanted to make this video for you to tell you that when it comes to resolving issues sometimes patience really is a virtue. Stepping back and waiting for the right time to address the problem can be the key to the whole puzzle.
Click on the video image below to watch.
Like I’ve said before, I always take life lessons and tie them into these topics. So I compare this one to gardening. When it comes to gardening, timing is everything: when to plant and when to harvest. Living in Oklahoma where the dirt is concrete hard, the best time ‘to weed’ is after a big rainstorm. The same can be applied to resolving issues that arise in running a business.
Maybe you have a troublesome employee that you need to have a talk with but maybe today isn’t the right time to do that. Waiting for a better environment to address issues, isn’t avoiding the problem.
So watch the video I made for you to find out how to know when the time is right to resolve issues that might be bugging you in your practice.
- Patience really is a virtue
- Timing is a very important step in problem-solving
- Learning to wait for the rain