MVR – Most Valuable Resource

Dr. Ginger Bratzel talks about your most precious valuable resource and how you can utilize it better to grow your dental practice.

I’m laying it all out on the line for this topic.  I want to talk about your most limited, most precious resource, and it probably isn’t what you think.

This resource is one we all struggle with using optimally and it isn’t money or patients…or even time.  I’m talking about your focus.

It is very easy to get caught up in the routine of life; it’s human nature.  We wake up, get ready for work, drink your coffee, go to work, come home and start all over again the next day.  It is very easy to go through the motions of your days and weeks, without realizing a month has passed by and you didn’t accomplish a goal you set for yourself.

Click on the video image below to watch.

To avoid that, you have to not let life’s daily activities distract you from your goals.  If you are presented with an urgency at the office, is it truly your emergency to deal with?  Make sure these types of things are delegated to the right person for the job and you are totally committed to your planned out goals.
The next thing is to make a list every day of three activities (and only 3 activities) you need to accomplish that day to move you closer to your end goal.  I give this assignment to my private clients and to myself.  And now I’m assigning that to you.

I’m not talking about your everyday activities like go to work, provide awesome dental work; I know you’re doing that already.  These are specific, laser-focused tasks that help move you and your dental practice in a positive direction.  By breaking your big picture goal down into bite-size pieces it helps you accomplish that goal faster and easier.
Take time and make your list of your 3 items every day and be diligent to get them accomplished.

In this video, you’ll learn about:

  • What your mot valuable resource really is
  • How to utilize that resource to the max
  • Daily lists make big picture goal
Please take a few minutes and watch the video above– do it for you and for your practice.

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