Benefits of a Staff-Driven Private Practice

Private Practice Owner: What Do You Stand For?

What Do YOU as a Practice Owner Stand for in Healthcare Today?

This is a great day to ask yourself if you truly have the personal life and private practice you deserve.

It has been said that, “If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything”.

To be truly independent, on this great day of American independence, you need to know where you stand on the major cornerstones of your life (Personal, Spiritual, Material, Fitness, and Financial).

A strong personal philosophy on each of these is vital to your success, and developing an evolving professional life and practice.

This is a great day to ask yourself if are truly living the personal and professional life you deserve.

Are your actions leading you in the direction of the goals you set at the beginning of the year? If not, make the midyear corrections NOW to ensure not another precious moment of your life is wasted! (This is one place where one-on-one consulting can really help this to take shape for you!)

So, what do you stand for as a practice owner?

Make sure your patients and your staff knows your personal philosophy on these vital cornerstones or you are liable to ‘fall for anything’!

If you are not crystal clear on your personal philosophy, or even if it needs some updating or fine-tuning, get out a blank legal pad, sit in a quiet place, close your eyes for a while and list what comes to mind.

Just make sure you do it before you go to sleep tonight!

All successful people can clearly define their stand. You must count yourself in these ranks.

I wish you the best along your journeys!

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Have a great day!

JPH

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