Setting Up for Success

Tips on How to Create Your Desired Dental Practice and Lifestyle


What are you doing?

What are you thinking about?

 I’m asking these questions because what is going on your head right now is what you are focusing on. If you’re worrying about the problem patient that just left, staff drama, the family situation or whatever personal problem you are experiencing, if those are your primary focus 99 percent of the day, you will experience negative results from the rest of your day.

Whatever your focus is, that is what you will attract.

It is just like the saying “Garbage in, garbage out”.

If you want success and you want to grow your practice, are you willing to dedicate your regular time to make that happen?

Do you put it out in the universe every day, “This is what I want”? 

When you wake up in the morning, you have the power within yourself to create it.  You get to say “This is how I want my day to go”.

Because you will get what you ask for, just be positive.

Plan your perfect day, everyday. Be sure to make a plan on what your day will look like. Take time to think, what will it be when I wake up in the morning? Plan on what time will you get up, what you will eat for breakfast, what you’re going to wear, what time you’re going to drive to the office or are you going to exercise before the office.

Try to expect what your first patient will be and how your team greets you when they see you. You have to build your perfect day first in the mind, then in the heart, and start sending this out.

Make time and commit to yourself that you are going to do that. If you want to take a trip with your family this year or you want to buy a boat or you want a healthy economic situation, you need to have these things in your head and don’t allow the negative to poison your thoughts.

Sit down, write down your goals, expect to achieve them, put your mind on those things and take time to do it.

If you want to take this to the next level and increase your results then document it and share it.   Share it with somebody that you will consider as your accountability partner, somebody that you can talk to everyday even 5 to 10 minutes to make sure you are taking deliberate and purposeful action toward your goals.

You each share your goals and make yourselves accountable for each other’s goal. That is really important because you have someone now to rely on to and answer to. I urge you to do that to grow your practice.

Very simple! Very easy!   But also, very powerful.

Build your perfect day, build your goal, build your ideal lifestyle.