“The truth is, what you do matters. What you do today matters. What you do every day matters. Successful people just do the things that seem to make no difference in the act of doing them and they do them over and over and over until the compound effect kicks in.” — Jeff Olson
What daily practices would increase your confidence and improve in time that would have that compound effect? What would be a routine or a habit where you can feel good about extending that to other people? What would make you 1% happier today?
If you want to:
- stop playing small,
- move past your urgency bias,
- & have a much bigger impact on your team, patients, friends, and family …
so you can learn how to elevate your practice owner’s confidence, tune in now and harness Einstein’s 8th Wonder of the World.
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- “What is confidence? Confidence is trust in self.”
- “Compounding and positive feedback loops are, I would say, underappreciated in life because they’re a force of nature.”
- “The power of a goal, assuming that you have clarity, the clarity piece is really important.”
- “When we stop thinking linearly and start thinking exponentially, we get that powerful growth curve.”
- “We build confidence not in what we give; it’s, a lot of times, what we give.”
- “The one thing that I don’t think dentists are very good at is that we have to almost treat our brain like a puppy, like a pet, and reward it.”
- “Happiness doesn’t come from success. It’s really the ultimate precursor to more success.”
Featured on the Show:
- Movie: Top Gun: Maverick, starring Tom Cruise
- Book: The Slight Edge, Jeff Olson
- Book: The Compound Effect, Darren Hardy
- Book: Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones, James Clear
- People: Albert Einstein, theoretical physicist
- People: Dr. Stephen R. Covey, educator, author, and businessman
- People: Ivan Pavlov, physiologist
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