A confident team is a by-product of a confident leader.

Trust is one of the core values of a coherent team. A leader that exhibits confidence is easier to trust, and team members generally feel positive around leaders who exude confidence. I struggled with my confidence early in my practice, and it took a toll on me, my team, and my patients.

In this episode, I’ll walk you through the seven things that we inadvertently do to kill our confidence and how to turn these killers into winners. Also, I will talk about how prioritizing our confidence can significantly impact our psyche, our body, our relationships, and our income. Focusing on our confidence will help us foster a more confident team, more trusting patients, and a successful practice that we can be proud of.

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Key Quotes:

  • “A confident business with a great reputation, and great numbers come as a by-product of patients being confident in our services.”
  • “All businesses take on the personality of its leader.”
  • “We should put our own confidence first because that will lead to more loyal, more high-performing team members, more confident patients, and a thriving practice that we can be proud of.”
  • “Confidence is the feeling of whatever happens today we’re gonna handle it, and handle it well.”
  • “When you make your first maneuver a reactive maneuver, it sets the tone for the rest of the day.”
  • “Make sure that you diligently stacking habits that make deposits into your mind, body, and spirit.”
  • “There’s a reason you went into dentistry. You have to remind yourself of that meaning.”
  • “Book in some time to just unplug. You deserve that and your team deserves that.”
  • “The fortune that comes from your practice is gonna come from the expansion of your energy and your impact.”

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