Let’s face it, running any business let alone a private practice is more than a full-time job.
You spend time in the morning before practice, and if you’re like me during lunch and then maybe some time in the evening planning events, then a final mental review of problem cases, administrative headaches, etc…
Now if you’re not engaged in these activities, I can almost guarantee that your practice is unrewarding and not profitable.
But more importantly, do you have the systems in place that actually integrate these functions and simplify this so it doesn’t consume every waking hour, allows you to sleep wonderfully, and stay focused and organized?
You see, this is the price of success.
But how you feel about this is how you think about it in your own mind.
You could either be a game player or a game changer.
Game changers find ways of doing things simpler and more efficiently.
Game changers consistently look for new and better ways of accomplishing those things that must be handled on a day-to-day basis.
There’s also a big difference from those who say they want to be successful but are not willing to pay the price to be successful.
So if you are the least bit dissatisfied with your private practice, then start asking yourself some serious questions.
Where do I want to be 90 days? Where do I want to be in six months, or one year for that matter?
Should I stop all third-party payer participation or not?
If you haven’t spent some time answering these questions for yourself I guarantee it’s more difficult in practice than it could be.
Like it or not, it IS all up to you!
I wish you the best along your journeys!
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