Extraordinary private practice owners are constantly looking for profitable additions to their offices.
If you are reading this article, like me you love taking care of patients.
You are also fiercely independent, choosing to call your own shots. Both with the design of your business and also style, patient hours and yes even the decorum.
And you also like to have fun, both inside and outside patient hours.
Lets face it, why else would you work so hard? There ARE easier ways to make a living.
But I submit, probably few other things are as rewarding as helping patients get back to health after an injury or illness.
Now more than ever mountains of “stuff” are making your job more and more difficult.
Adding in a few more layers of hassle causes ordinary practices to fail.
But extraordinary practices don’t. Extraordinary private practice owners are constantly looking for profitable additions to their offices.
And there is no better time than year-end to reappraise and re-energize your practice.
You see, it’s entirely possible to branch out and add key pieces to any healthy private practice, even in today’s new economy.
Just be sure these are products and services patients and their family and friends will gladly pay for and consume again and again.
But the biggest place I see private practice owners get into trouble is ignoring the basics. Things like the fun quotient, which largely stems from your attitude, and the policies you choose to implement or not!
If you are already extraordinarily happy with your life and practice congratulations on a great accomplishment.
If you are not, then let the game planning begin!
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