Ask yourself: How can I infuse high-agency thinking into my daily interactions with my team and patients? The answer lies in your hands.

Embracing a high-agency mindset not only benefits you as a dental practice owner but also positively impacts your team and patients. As you lead with confidence and encourage ownership among your team members, you’ll witness enhanced team morale and performance, fostering a proactive and solution-oriented practice. By adopting this proactive approach, you can lead your practice with adaptability, innovation, and resilience, even in changing times.

In this episode, I discuss why you must avoid the blame culture in our industry.

  • So if you want to enjoy Have-it-All Prosperity…
  • If you are ready to abandon any reliance on external validation…
  • If you want to utilize the 12 tools of a High Agency Dental Practice Owner so you can have your best year every year…

Tune in now!

Listen in and find solutions to common practice issues at  Prescriptions for Your Practice.

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Key Quotes:

  • “High agency is the belief that dental practice owners have the power to act and affect change in their circumstances, irrespective of external conditions. It’s a proactive mindset revolving around resilience and personal responsibility.”
  • “Lack of agency can lead to stagnation in personal growth, external blame culture, and over-reliance on external validation. These hinder practice owner confidence and growth potential.”
  • “High agency dentists display an internal locus of control, seeing themselves as active shapers of their destiny, not passive recipients of fate. They exhibit visionary thinking, perseverance, empathy, and leadership.”
  • “Dentists can cultivate high agency by enhancing self-awareness, setting clear goals, fostering a growth mindset, taking responsibility for actions, being proactive, and learning from failures.”
  • “As high agency leads to more opportunities, it becomes essential to set boundaries and prioritize commitments aligned with one’s goals. Saying no to distractions is crucial for continued growth.”

Featured on the Show:

  • People: Howard D. Schultz, is an American businessman and author who served as the chairman and chief executive officer of Starbucks.
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