“Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frighten us.” — Marianne Williamson
Have you ever experienced something that you thought was bad but turned out to be for your own good? Or have you ever stepped in and made a bad situation better? Either way, you can feel that great power is at play in every situation.
You can be powerful and use that power as leverage to multiply your gains in your practice. As the famous line goes — “with great power comes great responsibility.” Just make sure that you use your power in influencing others to discover their potential.
In this episode, I will discuss how to enjoy more cash flow and the six greatest sources of power in your practice. So if you want to embrace the real leverage points in your business, acknowledge the untapped potential in your practice, and turn more of your ownership and obstacles into opportunities so that you can really take charge of that income, then stay tuned.
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- “When you’re constantly seeing power put in a negative context, it naturally becomes something that many of us disowned because we start to see it as power is bad.”
- “Most of our educational pathways teach us to blend in — not to be creative, not to be powerful, not to color outside the lines.”
- “Power is something that we need to embrace in practice because it’s just making sure that we’re more efficient and more effective in delivering the goods, the services, the experiences, that we want for our patients.”
- “We’re in a high transaction environment, but if you’re willing to play the long game and intentionally build a reputation, this can be a huge source of power because few are willing to pour into this.”
- “Clarity can bring certainty, and certainty will bring confidence for you and your team and your practice and your patients, and that all leads to cash flow.”
- “A lot of times we’re adding, we’re buying things. When in reality, the next biggest leap in our practice is literally hidden in plain sight.”
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