Building the right group to support your dental practice is critical.
Who do you employ? What do you call your employees? I want to challenge you think of your employees in a new way.
The IRS calls them employees. However, no one really likes that term. They are so much more than that.
Staff is a more professional term, but it also makes me think of a staph infection. This doesn’t describe the support that you have behind the scenes.
Many business offices like to call themselves a team. This isn’t a very good reflection of the monetary part of your business. While you may be working together to ultimately achieve the same goal, you are the owner, the leader.
In my business, I prefer to hire ‘Multipliers’. Multipliers are clones, someone who can be another set of hands when you have too much on your plate, be your right-hand man. Or they can add benefit to your business by providing additional skills that you don’t have.
The purpose of a multiplier is to take on the more tedious or cumbersome tasks which multiplies your time and allows you to focus on more valuable tasks that help grow your business.
The next time you go to hire someone, I want you to think of hiring your very own multiplier. Someone who can help build and better your business. Someone who can multiply your time.
In this week’s video you’ll learn:
- A new way to think of your employees
- The meaning of a multiplier
- How you can benefit from hiring a multiplier