Doc, when you started your practice, did you ever think that you needed to have mental agility and toughness to survive in this industry?
I know you love your practice, so there’s no turning back amidst all the threat and fragility that goes with it. Instead, let’s figure out a way up and around that threat by discussing the real science and tools behind mental toughness.
Let’s talk about the important topic of Mental Toughness for Dentists.
- Doc, if you want to see your challenges as opportunities,
- Stay motivated in uncertain times, and
- Engineer and environment that keeps you winning…
- So you can consistently level up your Practice Owner Confidence, tune in now!
And after listening, I hope you feel confident that you’ve got some extra tools and insights to thrust you into this new economy.
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- “You lead you to upgrade your confidence to lead your team. And you and the team, together, can lead patients to get the care that they need.”
- “Resilient leaders have resilient teams and resilient businesses that can win in any economy.”
- “We have to get to the point where we’re comfortable in our skin when running a dental practice because it’s less exhausting, and you’ll be much more influential to your team and patient.”
- “Give up to me is emotional, like I can’t handle it anymore. Quit is intellectual. Like it does not make sense for me to pursue this target, to wrestle with this challenge any longer.”
- “Between stimulus and response, there’s the freedom to choose. And within that freedom to choose, you have imagination. You have self-awareness, you have a conscience, and you have an independent will, but that will not happen if you do not have a steady mind.”
- “How you view the future matters – matters big time.”
Featured on the Show:
- People: Tom Osborne, American football player, and coach
- People: Abraham Maslow, psychologist
- People: Daniel Kahneman, psychologist
- People: Jim Rohn, entrepreneur
- People: E. Joseph Cossman, inventor, entrepreneur, and author
- Book: The Power of One More: The Ultimate Guide to Happiness and Success, Ed Mylett
- Book: Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl
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