Today I’m going to talk about three domains of discipline. That way, you can do a diagnostic tool, grade yourself and see where you can get a bit better, and make things easier in each of these domains.
In this episode, I give dentists a new way to view discipline. So, if you want to:
- Maintain a calm and confident practice owner presence,
- Schedule your success,
- Guarantee personal and practice growth so you can make more while working less, then
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After listening to the entire podcast, I would like you to answer these three questions:
- Which one are you best at?
- Which one are you most challenged at?
- What commitment will you make right now to level up your discipline in one of those three domains?
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- “A disciplined person can run circles around an unclear and uncertain person in this profession.”
- “If you’re struggling with something, it could be a lack or an inability to execute a lack of discipline. Still, it also may be an inability to prioritize, and it also may be an inability to organize around those priorities.”
- “Responsibility is really response-ability, the ability to respond in a much better fashion than you would typically react.”
- “All organizations take on the personality of their leader.”
- “A rich life is usually built through relationships and experiences.”
- “You have the option to step forward into growth or back into safety.”
- “Growth discipline means that we choose courage over comfort most of the time.”
Featured on the Show:
- Blog: This is Water by David Foster Wallace (Full Transcript and Audio), David Foster Wallace
- Blog: The Assertive Leadership Mistakes Dental Practice Owners Make, Dr. David Maloley
- People: Mickey Joseph, football coach
- People: Stephen Covey, educator
- People: Viktor Emil Frankl, psychiatrist
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