What’s a Perfect Practice?

What’s a perfect practice?

This is exactly the very first question that must be answered by each and every doctor in private practice. Having said this, I will also tell you the major cause of failure in practice is a poor initial design or redesign. This is also why in today’s world we advocate a redesign by each member doctor every six months.

We suggest a litmus test of 12 criteria, which when met, will propel you to personal and professional fulfillment. The 12 Secrets of Private Practice Mastery, (which I designed and extensively tested), is based upon linked systems and tools (which has revolutionized private practices around the world). This is the most life changing approach to private practice you will ever see, guaranteed! If you are in a group practice right now, especially as a newbie, you might have far less latitude in creation of your perfect practice. So you should think in ultimate terms here.

And let’s keep it that way. Its one of the hallmarks of a free society, and really a privilege. If you want a 9-5 type job, there are plenty out there.

My first criterion for our doctors is that emotional and financial rewards are far greater than the stress level.

If this is not true, why would you continue to tolerate it without changing how you operate? Do you see how having a primary criterion like this can set the stage for success? And how practicing without these criteria being met is a recipe for ultimate unhappiness and likely failure?

By now, you get my drift. This is why I am so adamant that doctors learn fully to “Practice by Design”©.

If you are ready to change your personal and professional life for good, contact us to learn more about our 12 Secrets of Private Practice Mastery ASAP.

I wish you the best along your journeys!

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Have a great day!

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