The new “Million Dollar” practice is about living life on your own terms. In less than 1 year, I went from working 6 days a week, to working 1 half-day per week. It was a bold and crazy move. From the outside, it looked like I had lost my mind. But the fact was quite contrary, for the first time in a long time, I had actually found it. I had reach my $1,000,000 practice goal in my own way. I was working less and I was making more money doing what I love.
When you focus on a growth mindset, you embrace all the things that have felt threatening: challenges, struggles, criticisms, and setbacks. When you embrace the tough stuff, you open yourself up to fully realize your potential and all that you can be. Instead of depending on luck or “natural” talent, you focus on developing your skills and abilities, and learning from your efforts.
5 Major Financial Threats To The CEO Optometrist in Private Practice In part one of this series, we talked about threat #1, Not paying yourself first. In that article, I reminded you that you’ve achieved something great by starting your practice. As a CEO Optometrist, you were willing to take risks to grow your…
Tracking metrics will allow you to see where you are in your practice. When you track your numbers, you will see the truth as it is, not as you wish to see it; because numbers don’t lie. Understanding the story behind your numbers is powerful. That is why as a CEO Optometrist, you need to track your numbers.